Emotional War in America: Shame vs Compassion

War is here in America. Not a physical war, but a war on our minds, in order to infiltrate our hearts.

We are in the midst of a PSYOP aka a “Psychological Operation”

A very successful one at that. Just look at the results. Look at the last 18 months and how many small concessions we have made. How many more concessions will there be until we say enough?

How much longer will we listen to science, facts or news outlets that belong to the highest bidder?

If we were told to juggle fruit in clown suits, many of us would eagerly line up to do so while shaming those who don’t.

Our issue is not political, although it may seem like it. Our issue is psychological. Many have become hypnotized by the ideological echo chambers of the day who serve collective shame.

Many have taken their marching orders from hypocritical sanctimonious sycophants who have no right to bark orders or point fingers at anyone.

Many bask in insulting, invalidating or labeling independent thinkers that think outside of the moving goal posts of collective thinking.

The collective ideologies have one goal in common. To shame independent thought and/or independent thinkers.

It is no accident that when you attempt to challenge collective thinking; you are met with some form of gaslighting, blameshifting and/or projection. These tactics have become overused cliché defense mechanisms to protect the collectives most prized possession:

Identity exploitation.

The only hope we do have is to ignite a fire inside of those who profess to be Christians.

As self professing Christians, we must move beyond salvation. Liberation for all is at risk. Shame is on the warpath. Christians can no longer sit in comfortable ignorance as collective shame engulfs our land under the cloak and guise of virtue.

Self professing Christians now have an opportunity to spark a renewed sense of respect in this country by leading independent thought, by leading themselves, by leading their children and by leading their families.

For example: Romans 12:2 “And be not conformed to this world: but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what is that good, and acceptable, and perfect, will of God.”

Now is a chance for self professing Christians to renew the culture of Christianity in this country by renewing a sense of compassion and healing instead of belittling and shaming others.

Compassion is how we heal and end collective identity exploitation.

If we are to challenge the evil we see today, we cannot achieve results debating or arguing. We must lead by example by healing ourselves while becoming more self aware at the tactics at hand.

We must focus on our path, our purpose and our missions in life. We must turn our pain into power.

As we lead the way, we become an example of what it’s like to be a Christian in America as free liberated thinkers. A culture that courageously embraces independent thought and compassion for one another. A culture that rejects collective shame and identity exploitation. To live free from the shame tactics of the PSYOP that drive the ideologies within the collective.

God spoke to me, and maybe he is speaking to you as well, with that small voice from within.

His message is clear. He is taking a remnant of believers and he is imbuing them with exteme power.

The pendulum is about to swing the other way.

I’m on the front lines. If I stand alone, then so be it.

I stand for compassion and healing. I stand against collective shame and identity exploitation.

It’s up to self professing Christians to challenge this war for yourself, for your families, for your kids and for your countryman.

Will you kneel before shame or stand for compassion?

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