In Plain Sight

More than a year on, censorship muzzles stay donned

As highly questionable algorithms roll out a blanket new-world communism

The one size A.I. fits all, driven by the machine of greed and consumerism

Trolled by fake fact-checked big-tech, that supports corporate giants such as Facebook and Google

Who were originally seeded by CIA venture start-up capital

That now sit upon the throne alongside Apple and Amazon

Who between them all, own everyone’s personal data and financial information

Whilst paying homage to The World Health Organisation, The World Economic Forum and The United Nations

Corrupt NGO’s that launder quadrillions without paying a single dime

Of income tax, aka the perfectly legal swindle, broad-daylight crime

Money is the currency! With the Megacorps and the Black-Ops-Military more powerful now than any government, or monarchy

The self-proclaimed King of the short-term, quick-fix, instant-gratification fantasy

Seduced by the ‘God-Complex‘ and the ‘I want to live forever’, no matter what the cost!

Or how many innocent women and children’s lives are damaged, or lost

Or how many empires, timelines, histories, wisdoms, knowledge and faiths, have been hidden without a trace

Humanity’s collective memory of ‘who’ we really are, has been forcibly erased

But it’s time now to fight through the human-amnesia, to go within and remember!

It’s time to see beyond the Illusions that keep one a prisoner

For the vibrational frequency of Love and the desire to Serve

Will always be the purest form of energy in the Universe! ✩

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The Big Four Illustration from an Article by Andy Yen: 30th July 2020:
Four misleading claims that tech CEO’s of the ‘Big Four’ told Congress:

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September in the Park

I place two shiny new conkers in your hands

Commenting on how many leaves are gathering now under the trees, fallen to the ground

We count the grazing geese upon the green, (there’s more than fifty!)

And remark upon a fearless squirrel darting across our path with boundless energy

I let down our ponytails so we can feel the Autumn breeze in our hair

With the sound of the fountain spray upon the lake in the air

We stop to say ‘Hello‘ to a majestic white swan upon the pond who holds its neck so proudly

And over the hump back bridge we say ‘Hi’ to a crow changing branches in a tree

Whose slick black feathers shine iridescently

Then we see two little girls chasing each other around a playground

They laugh and shout: ‘you can’t catch me, you can’t catch me…’

On the way back we wave at our reflections in the window and pause briefly

Before I comb and braid your hair into a plait so very neatly


“Nothing’s lost forever. In this world, there’s a kind of painful progress. Longing for what we’ve left behind, and dreaming ahead.” – from Lydia’s monologue in the last scene of ‘Still Alice’

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