WARNING: This content can be ADDICTIVE! If you like SATIRE, MISCHIEF, SURPRISE and QUESTIONING AUTHORITY you're in the right place.
For the past 8 years, I have been creating unusual 'situations' in public, often with the help of a megaphone, many of them filmed or recorded and posted on Social media. Followers on Youtube have reported that they can be up all night watching the films!
My primary weapons for facilitating the ongoing great awakening (in myself and others) are satire, humour, disobedience, and questioning authority in whatever form that takes, from Police and security personnel, to council employees, corporate management and headteachers.
And I am excited to be moving over from Facebook and Youtube to Steemit and Dtube.
What have I learned from doing this?
Primarily, I have learned that humour is a very powerful weapon when sharing truths about serious issues.
I have also learned a great deal about law and its enforcement. I have had more contact with the Police in the UK than anyone I know and have learned a huge amount about law, politics, economics and psychology on the fly whilst doing this.
I have learned that the master ASKS the question and the slave answers them. This is why the authorities try and monopolise the asking of questions. So I now play games with people who assume authority and the rules are simple. Whoever answers a question first is the loser. Try it yourself! It's not an easy game to win! Especially with people who have been trained in Police 'training school' to be the one asking the questions!
What do I do?
I question the use of labels although sometimes those labels can help, so long as they are not limiting. In other words the following labels that have been used to describe what I do are not exhaustive or even 'true!' They are perceptions, mostly from others, of what i do.
It has been called:
- social experimentation
- performance art
- modern day prophecy
- wake up art
- public nuisance
- hacking the matrix
- piercing the veil
- public free association (Freudian therapeutic method)
- spiritual entertainment.
Most of what I have done so far has fallen into three categories.
(1) Megaphone in Public spaces
(2) Matrix Hacking Phone calls
(3) Interviews, often with random people
Having watched some of the films, or even witnessing it in public, what would YOU call it?
Why I do this...
I do it for many reasons, including a reaction to the experience of not being heard as a young person. Primarily though, if I am honest, I do it because it is one of the most exciting, enlightening, fulfilling, creative, connecting and challenging things I can think of doing.
Although of course not all of the feedback I receive is positive, the films are clearly appreciated by many. Some simply enjoyed watching. Others have watched films with children or even grandchildren and helped them connect. Some say that watching the films has changed their perspective and even affected major choices in their life. I invite you to share your experience.
In fact the person who is helping me with STEEMIT is living in Bali - @samstonehil - says that the films helped him extricate himself from the Matrix of control that has so many of us stuck. His gratitude speaks for itself in the intro post he created for me here.
Why am I joining Steemit?
I will write a separate piece on the many reasons for joining steemit.
Briefly though, it feels like it's time to move away from Corporate and Government control and let blockchain technology help us cooperate and collaborate and share the rewards rather than let the parasitic class (most of us are parasites - its systemic) grab all the spoils of our creativity.
I want to encourage a community of truth seekers and creatives to move over to steemit and support each other in sharing our talents and being rewarded for it as well as learning about cryptocurrency and blockchain. This platform encourages us helping each other.
But it will only work if we invest a few hours of research into blockchain technology and in this case STEEMIT and how it works.
And it's taken me a YEAR to do that. Do you want to wait that long?
Can't wait to hear from you!