I don’t watch many videos online because of the time involved, however this 10 minute one caught my eye.
Whether or not one agrees with him, Pat Condell is an extremely clever thinker with excellent oratory and public speaking skills.
This video is about the criminal migrant element in Europe.
I shared this with you today partly because the video is an excellent ‘study’ on many topics of importance, including some beyond the actual scope of the speech itself.
As we listen to this video, or read the transcript, it is best to put aside confirmation, and other biases, and listen to the truths and concerns contained within. We might find it challenging and for some it would be easy to write off the video because it activates some deep subconscious mind trigger. It is so easy to slip into the comfort of delusion, lack of ethics and closed mindedness.
Personally, I am not a fan of Donald Trump’s persona. Among other things, he comes across as a noxious and hurting personality underneath his ‘plastic’ exterior – I relate to the deep in people, and can see/sense it more easily than most (and no, that’s not a boast – it’s partly to do with my ‘intuitive gifts’ and experience). Donald Trump also has some viewpoints and methods which I don’t agree with; such as his stance on climate change.
Pat Condell mentions Trump in a positive light in the video. Don’t let that put you off. Be wary of ‘triggers’ that could lead to clouding of your mind. Listen instead for the truths contained in the video and especially the ‘essence’ of it. Europe is hurting.
One aspect I will comment on first is ‘generalisations’. A generalisation is where one makes an all-encompassing statement such as “you are always this’. Usually, generalisations are untrue and our credibility improves when we speak truth (not our opinion of truth) and say something like: “you are mostly like this, or often like this”. Speaking truth carries a strong spiritual and emotional energy. Cultivate the speaking (and thinking) of truth in your life and it will improve. At times however, it is wise to keep quiet; which is beyond the scope of my article today.
It is deeply concerning to me to witness the general reduction of quality thinking in society, along with the increase in fear, hate, sanctimoniousness, plain stupidity and more. One example is how disliking the ideology of Islam is labelled as ‘racism’. What race are Scientology, Mormonism and Catholicism? They are not races of course, and neither is Islam. Having concerns about Muslim thinking does not mean it is ‘Islamophobia’ and labelling people who have such genuine concerns is not only unhelpful, but arrogant, unprofessional and misguided, among other things. We need to see beyond the politically correct crap to the essence of issues.
Now, I don’t follow political party lines and am of no political colour, hence I comment on stuff from across the spectrum of life. Wary of confirmation bias and delusion, I aim to keep an open mind and look for important issues. Trying to put a label on me does not work. I have friends across the political spectrum also.
Political nastiness and lack of candour undermines credibility. We need to focus on truth and we need to own up to the instances when ‘our side’, ‘our viewpoint’ is wrong. Most people do not want to embrace truth in their inner cores and instead look for things that support their particular bias. Aim to avoid being like that. A key to this is clearing your subconscious mind of ‘controlling crap’.
In his video, Pat Condell addresses many deep societal concerns and says things many world leaders are afraid to. Donald Trump is a clever man in many ways. One of these is that he taps into deep concerns which exist in large sections of society. Let’s look at some of those. If these concerns were addressed properly, then people like Donald Trump would not have such ‘leverage’.
We have become a weak society. Weakness does not correlate with kindness, though many people seem to follow that belief. Loving our fellow people can mean protecting them against those who wish them harm. Sometimes protection can involve strong actions.
Personally I am deeply concerned about many things covered in the video, being a native Briton (European) expatriate living in a ‘British based’ society such as Australia. Some examples include the sheer scale of child abuse, violence, sexual abuse, soft justice, obfuscation of facts by authorities, general nastiness, and more.
Anyway, over to Pat Condell: (I have copied the transcript below the video for the benefit of people who have trouble viewing and/or hearing the video). I comment further below the transcript.
Title: A Word To The Criminal Migrant
By: Pat Condell
In case free speech gets censored by YouTube in future, the video is also available here:
An evocative speeech!
If you wish, you can follow Pat Condell on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/patcondell
You may also like to follow Dr Bill Warner here: https://twitter.com/PoliticalIslam
In closing I will add comments on some of my perspectives around religion. I am a Shamanist – and practice Shamanism which, along with Animism, is humanity’s oldest and original spirituality. Shamanism by the way is not New Age, but Stone Age. There is a lot of ‘New Age’ crap associated with Shamanism today, which is in fact nothing to do with it, but that’s beyond the scope of this article.
Pat Condell is deeply concerned about the effects of Islamic thinking and behaviour. So am I.
When you posit that Islam is a form of mental illness and not just a religion, things in current society start to make a lot more ‘sense’. In fact, many religions have thinking which can easily be classified as a mental health issue, not just Islam. I dislike how Islam, and many other religions, damage people’s minds and their ability to experience truth, love and genuine peace. I dislike this kind of thing also: Islam and Sex with Infants. Disliking such vile thinking and pedophillic behaviour does not make me a racist or Islamophobe. If you think it does, what does that suggest about you?
Much religion is supported by deep subconscious mind conditioning, often from an early age, by parents, other family members, care givers and friends. It is also present in varied cultures and can affect even those who are not religious. Religious ‘energies’ and ‘thought forms’ can be extremely powerful – like being pickled in something – a pickled onion for example tastes of vinegar, not onion. If you want help getting free of religious, or other, crap please contact me.