Or, what happens in Santa Fe doesn’t stay in Santa Fe
You can read the original post here: https://khmezek.substack.com/p/ive-been-to-the-mountain
Love pierces the heart deeper than any sword.
Santa Fe adventures!
I’m excited to share with my readers and listeners my adventures in Santa Fe—because unlike Las Vegas, what happens in Santa Fe should never stay there but should be shared EVERYWHERE!
I was invited by Patrick Henningsen to take part in a Creators Summit 2022, sponsored by 21st Century Wire and Alternate Current Radio. If you haven’t checked them out yet, please do so. They have amazing shows!
Everyone at the summit was a dedicated radio aficionado, so, naturally, all their radio gear was set up on the terrace. Even during a dramatic thunderstorm, the show went on!
A much-needed break
The menticide inflicted upon our bodies, minds and souls over the past few years has taken a toll. This gathering was an opportunity to remind ourselves how thankful we are that we didn’t give in to the madness and how important it is to continue the fight with an even firmer resolve.
I shared a slide presentation about a few miraculous life experiences that led me to where I am now, writing essays on Substack. I then had the pleasure of listening to everyone else’s stories and, wow, I have seldom felt so inspired. Each one told of facing censorship, cruel jokes, and cancellation for the “crime” of questioning the Covid narrative. All of us have lost family, friends, jobs. We’ve been banned from travel, schools, clubs, restaurants, you name it, for refusing to wear masks or get the experimental gene therapy jab.
In the United States, we now face the prospect of being accused of spreading mis/dis-information and being labeled ‘MAGA’ which will then translate into ‘insurrectionist’ and, finally, ‘domestic terrorist.’ The rhetoric is growing ever more vicious and irrational, with the intent of fomenting hatred and fear toward the demonized group.
During Covid, it was those who refused the jab who were demonized, promised by Biden last Christmas a “winter of severe illness and death.” No one objected, in fact, many encouraged our deaths.
On the steps of Independence Hall in Philadelphia, the same city where Biden launched his 2020 presidential campaign, the brain-dead puppet president had this to say:
“Not even a majority of Republicans are MAGA Republicans. Not every Republican embraces their extreme ideology…. But there’s no question that the Republican Party is dominated, driven, intimidated by Donald Trump and the MAGA Republicans. And that is a threat to this country.”
Get ready for a bumpy ride as we move into mid-term elections and beyond to 2024.
You don’t necessarily need to be a Republican, or MAGA, a Christian, or an antivaxxer. You can be a liberal, a democrat, an atheist, black, white, brown, gay, anything. All you need to do is object to the regime and you will be thrown into the same boiling pot. Notice how the distinction is carefully being made between “misinformation,” which is when you spread lies by mistake, and “disinformation,” which is when you do it intentionally. The path is being paved to imprison any free thinker for the crime of spreading disinformation.
If Newsom signs the bill into law, any doctor who dares question the regime’s ‘health & safety’ protocols will face—what? How far will they go to silence opposition? Doctors might as well sew their mouths shut, wash their minds clean of independent thought and kill their consciences.
How long before this mindset will be required for all jobs?
In my latest essay, No Greater Love than This, I wrote about the price warriors of the past have paid, such as Richard Wurmbrand, who refused to deny his faith and spent 14 years tortured in a communist Romanian prison.
Are we willing to do the same if it comes to that?
Joy, compassion, courage, common sense, creativity, and the ability to think outside of the box—that’s what I found in Santa Fe. That’s what I want to share with everyone. In my writing and in my daily life. Thanks to the wonderful warriors I met there, I feel better equipped to face whatever the future holds, knowing we stand together.
The fear and hatred will escalate. When it does, we would do well to remember these words, written by one of my favorite warrior-authors:
“It’s forgiveness that makes us what we are. Without forgiveness, our species would’ve annihilated itself in endless retributions. Without forgiveness, there would be no history. Without that hope, there would be no art, for every work of art is in some way an act of forgiveness. Without that dream, there would be no love, for every act of love is in some way a promise to forgive. We live on because we can love, and we love because we can forgive.” — Gregory David Roberts, Shantaram
Love pierces the heart deeper than any sword.
You can listen to my Santa Fe interviews here: On with Rick Munn
And here: Boiler Room Live in Santa Fe