So 2013 comes to an end. And what a year it has been for the truth movement in all of its many forms. From the mass exposure of Bilderberg in Watford in June, to the ongoing investigation into the paedophile rings connected to the BBC and the heart of the British establishment; and of course the defeat of Cameron and Obama in their attempts to launch another illegal war of phoney liberation in the Middle East. No one can deny that 2013 has been a year in which the architects of human oppression have been on the ropes. But we need to keep going and we need to keep pushing on. I am in no doubt that 2014 will be another year in which more and more people will sync with the energy of truth; a year in which the dark agenda of the elite bloodline families will be subject to further challenge and exposure. But we need to be street wise and we need to be vigilant. There is still so much more to do and so many challenges – some of which will seem impossible to overcome – that we need to face up to. From the appalling disaster that is Fukishima, to the destruction of our climatic systems caused by geoengineering and covert military weather modification programmes, the implosion of the global economy, and of course the continued threat to our life and liberty by the agents of this vast conspiracy. The next two decades will test us all as this centuries old plot of global control and human oppression increasingly breaks the surface. People often shirk responsibility and claim there is nothing they can do about events that appear to be beyond their control. Nothing could be further from the truth. The world that we see “out there” is a mirror of our own emotions, thoughts, ideas, beliefs, attitudes and feelings. If we change from the inside then the world “out there”- the reflection – has to change also. We are that near but at the same time also that far from getting out of this mess. A little bit of kindness, humility, tolerance and compassion, therefore, can go a long, long way in transforming humanity and thereby the world at large. So in 2014 let’s stop fighting with each other, competing with each other, arguing with each other, destroying each other; stop fretting about how we look, how “beautiful” we are from the outside and try, instead, to be beautiful from the inside. Let’s stop spending money we don’t really have on things we don’t really want or need. Mindless consumerism and consumption only serves as a distraction from the real issues that confront us, as well as lining the pockets of the greedy corporations who have a stake in this agenda to control and enslave us all. Happy New Year folks. Let’s make it a happy and a peaceful one for all of humanity.