Emergence of Leaders
To decode what qualities must be exuded to emerge as an incorruptible leader requires a lifetime of noncompliance, perseverance, recusancy and resiliency. Leaders must honor truth over bribery and manipulation. Simply gaining notoriety as a leader in the current paradigm is not satisfying when we know that imports, exports, rising stock numbers and a booming economy does nothing to fix the broken system which disassembles cultures and governs our way of life. Our heart and soul both tell us that we must encourage others to stop contributing to what dismantles harmony if we wish to accrue lasting and widespread global change.
The extirpation of other nations to sustain economic growth in the country where our ancestors once lived wholesomely, without prejudice or hatred, does not align with meaningful core values. We cannot accept this paradigm. We are capable of coexisting with nature, the animal Kingdom, and all life without needing to control, imprison, penetrate, poison and pollute. America is not defined by the reckless adaptations acquired through the indoctrination of idiocy. The inexplicable beauty of this nation permeates from our relationship with peace. To divorce ourselves from this compatibility is to succumb to harsh circumstances.
In February 2019, an American politician claimed that the real national emergency this country is facing is that people are dying from lack of healthcare. She expressed this statement on a social media platform and millions of people agreed with her. To clarify, people are not dying from a lack of healthcare. This business claiming to provide healthcare never offers or promotes cures, they only complicate the processes in the body further and greatly exacerbate disease symptoms. The national emergency America is facing is a lack of clean food and water, chemical pollution, and a toxic culture. A large majority of food sources in packages are saturated with food chemicals and drugs. The municipal water is contaminated with chlorine, fluoride, glyphosate, prescription drug residues and several other harmful compounds. When consumers develop illness from the poisoned water and food, they receive healthcare in the form of more drugs that are toxic to the body. This system annihilates health. People are literally dying from healthcare.
What America lacks is a presence of real leaders. The men and women in congress who have been enacted as leaders do nothing to help people. They are bought and paid for by corporations who want to sell chemicals and drugs, drill and frack for oil and gas, cut down trees, and poison all water sources. The notion of relying on anyone outside of within our own being to improve our quality of life, or enrich the reality of our limited perception, is the epitome of a system that is not working. An elected candidate is only amassing change for himself – which he is responsible for – to protect his way of life. We do not benefit from either side.
The herds of a brainwashed culture displaying a lack of understanding by enrolling into divided political systems that disassemble unification are stepping out of their power by waiting on other people to somehow liberate them from their limiting beliefs. The propaganda manipulating us into believing our vote matters is stealing our democracy.
In the political system two candidates are chosen as leaders. These two are often ecocidal criminals selected by wealthy people who govern the corporations that rule the economy. If either candidate was an effective leader they would be chosen by the people and would refuse to accept money from corporations seeking to fulfill their agendas. Leaders do not steal from the poor. Leaders do not give executive orders to kill. Leaders do not support corporations that poison the planet. Leaders do not have agendas overseas to invade and conquer for resources they do not need. Where are the leaders promoting world peace, unity and kindness? They do exist.
“We have the money, power, medical understanding, scientific know-how, love, and community to produce a kind of human paradise, but we are led by the least among us – the least intelligent and least visionary.” – Terrence McKenna
If we collectively desire the creation of jobs there are an array of wonderful opportunities available. Rather than resurrecting employment in an industry dependent on non-renewable resources – such as building dams, coal mines, developing infrastructure, fracking, logging, and drilling for oil – we can build a new paradigm.
There are new industries emerging from clean energy sources; alternative medicines; remediation of the forests, land, and soil; and sustainable agricultural practices. By investing in jobs that require the farming of bamboo, hemp, and other industrial fibers we can save what remains of the forests. By legalizing marijuana, millions of jobs will open up in the growing cannabis industry – which is arguably the most powerful medicine for treating a multitude of health ailments.
By phasing out dirty energy sources like coal and oil we can generate millions of opportunities for employment installing solar panels and building electric cars here in America. Abolishing the biotech industry, banning genetically modified seeds and chemicals, and encouraging the transition to universal veganism will open doors for jobs that require the remediation of land and forests, and growing an abundance of fruits, grains and vegetables to replace feedlots. Instead of constructing new dams that stagnate our rivers, we can hire people to start removing the dams already in place as solar power makes hydro power obsolete. This is how we will make America great. The butterfly effect will have a global impact.
In America we are taught that terror organizations operate everywhere outside of where we reside. The truth is that the regime governing this country aggregates more terror around the world than anywhere else. In fact, all terrorist agendas in other nations are rooted in the pursuit of economic growth in the richest nations. The terrorism ploy is only a mask to divert angst and hatred toward outside forces that do not exist. We create wars where resources are most abundant, install government regimes in those locations, accuse them of fictitious crimes, supply them with weapons, and start wars that defy nature.
America was built on genocide, but we can clear the energetic karma by remediating the land, cleaning up the atrocities, and using our power and prestige to promote peace globally. The discovery of America by tyrants and murderers escalated into a hostile takeover. Indigenous clans who occupied this land were slaughtered and subdued to mass-extermination and crimes against humanity. Among those who were forced to surrender to the savageness of these foreign intruders was Chief Seattle. He wrote with passion in an attempt to save the land he loved so much. His letter explains in depth how the views of my ancestors were congruent with coexistence, harmony and peace. He stated, “The President in Washington sends word that he wishes to buy our land. But how can you buy or sell the sky? The land? The idea is strange to us. If we do not own the freshness of the air and the sparkle of the water, how can you buy them?
Every part of the earth is sacred to my people. Every shining pine needle, every sandy shore, every mist in the dark woods, every meadow, every humming insect. All are holy in the memory and experience of my people. We know the sap which courses through the trees as we know the blood that courses through our veins. We are part of the earth as Earth is part of us. The perfumed flowers are our sisters. The bear, the deer, the great eagle – these are our brothers. The rocky crests, the dew in the meadow, the body heat of the pony, and man all belong to the same family.
The shining water that moves in the streams and rivers is not just water, but the blood of our ancestors. If we sell you our land, you must remember that the land we sell still holds her sacredness. Each glossy reflection in the clear waters of the lakes tells of events and memories in the life of my people. The water’s murmur is the voice of my father’s father. The rivers are our brothers. They quench our thirst. They carry our canoes and feed our children. So you must give the rivers the kindness that you would give any brother.
If we sell you our land, remember that the air is precious to us, that the air shares her spirit with all the life that she supports. The wind that gave our grandfather his first breath also received his last sigh. The wind also gives our children the spirit of life. So if we sell our land, you must maintain the sacredness, as a place where man can go to taste the wind that is sweetened by the meadow flowers.
Will you teach your children what we have taught our children? That the earth is our mother? What befalls the earth befalls all the sons of the earth. This we know: the earth does not belong to man, man belongs to the earth. All things are connected like the blood that unites us all. Man did not weave the web of life, he is merely a strand in the web. Whatever he does to the web, he does to himself. One thing we know: our God is also your God. The earth is precious to him and to harm the earth is to heap contempt on our creator.
Your destiny is a mystery to us. What will happen when the buffalo are all slaughtered? The wild horses tamed? What will happen when the secret corners of the forest are heavy with the scent of many men and the view of the ripe hills is blotted with talking wires? Where will the thicket be? Gone! Where will the eagle be? Gone! And what is to say goodbye to the swift pony and then hunt? The end of living and the beginning of survival.
When the last red man has vanished with this wilderness, and his memory is only the shadow of a cloud moving across the prairie, will these shores and forests still be here? Will there be any of the spirit of my people left?
We love this earth as a newborn loves his mother’s heartbeat. So, if we sell you our land, love this land as we have loved her. Care for this land, as we have cared for her. Hold in your mind the memory of the land as she rests when you receive her. Preserve the land for all children, and love this land, as God loves us. As we are part of the land, you too are part of the land. This earth is precious to us. The planet is also precious to you.
One thing we know – there is only one God. No man, be he Red man or White man, can be apart. We are brothers after all”.
How aligned are your values with those embraced by Chief Seattle? Are you giving kindness to the rivers? Do you recognize the sacredness in each pine needle? With each step you take are you massaging this planet with the soles of your feet or leaving an indentation of annihilation? Our insubordinate ways have dismantled the web of life Chief Seattle spoke of. We have failed to honor the life force of the land as our protector, only source of nourishment, and ultimately as our mother.
Much of the habitable land on this planet has been commandeered by corporations and is being depleted further daily. As more of nature is ruined, the health of humanity declines. To improve health and extend longevity we need to care for our planet. We begin by cleaning up our diet. We use the advantage of our purchasing power to resurrect beauty rather than contributing to decimation. We become the needed change.
Each of us carries within the capacity to effectively lead. We can be influential to our family members, friends, colleagues and all who we associate with. We start by customizing personal change. Once we adapt to a lifestyle that does not promote harm, we can define what we stand for. When we are aware of what drives and motivates us to better ourselves and those around us, our duty is to spread the knowledge and wealth.
We can no longer depend on others for happiness and well-being. The spark we need to build new paradigms, collapse unjust regimes, and revolutionize health is waiting to ignite in you. If you are growing weary of feeling stuck, sick, policed and hopeless, do your part to clean up the planet and stop contributing to her destruction. Gaia is waiting for you. Your health and well-being are interrelated with hers.
“Wakan Tanka, Great Mystery. Teach me how to trust the senses of my body and the blessings of my spirit. Connect my heart with my inner knowing, intuition, and mind. Teach me how to confide in these elements so I may enter my sacred space and love beyond all fears. Guide me to walk in balance with the passing of each glorious sun.” – Lakota Prayer