V for Victory Campaign – Take Action Now!

It was just 2 1/2 years ago that I wrote a despairing message on this website about the lame July 4th turnout to a call that had been made to protest the takeover of freedom by the world’s global elite and the New World Order.

Since that time, we have seen a tremendous public awakening. The birth of the grassroots Tea Party movement, though later infiltrated by the Republican Party, speaks volumes for the fact that the truth is getting out. Five years ago, if you brought up the subject of the New World Order, most people didn’t know what you were talking about, or would laugh at you. Today, you can find people leaving remarks about the global takeover in the comment section of almost any public forum (Yahoo News articles, for instance).

Several decades ago, I’m ashamed to say, I was a Transcendental Meditation teacher: one of the youthful, naive mouthpieces for Maharishi Mahesh Yogi in his campaign to popularize and infiltrate Eastern religious philosophy and mantra meditation into the Western world. At the time I started speaking on TM and publicizing it in my community, TM was laughed at and ridiculed every time it was mentioned.

Then came the day when the tide started turning. Teachers like me, working in every major Western city, had saturated their locales with information. At the behest of Maharishi, we had made personal visits to government officials, business icons, and educators. We had set up public lectures in every local neighborhood. We had posted fliers until our arms ached.  And after years of doing this, it started to pay off. TM became a mainstream word. Six million recruits joined us worldwide. Transcendental Meditation became so popular that other Indian gurus, in the wake of Maharishi’s success, began flooding the U.S., attracting devotees like bees draw honey.

Today meditation is a household word, and having a guru is as socially acceptable as having a drink with dinner. I was a witness to how this about-face occurred, and I am excited to report that I’m seeing the same kind of “percolating” going on now as preceded the explosion of Easternism in the public consciousness.

It’s like popcorn sitting in oil. At first, nothing seems to be happening, but you just keep applying the heat. Then you hear a pop. Again, all is silent. You think perhaps you imagined what you heard. And then there’s another pop. Slowly they begin, with long intervals in between. Next, the intervals grow shorter. Then at a certain point, critical mass is reached, and the pot all at once explodes in a riot of sound, with popping all you can hear.

Based on my experience with how gurus seized the public awareness, I think we are now in the stage of shortened intervals between the pops. None of this was happening just two years ago. Now it’s starting to happen everywhere. It’s time to apply more heat, as much as we can give it, to explode public awareness wide open to the well-crafted design behind the deceptively “bumbling” mistakes of our global leaders. It’s time to pull the canvas off the statue. It’s time pull Granny’s glasses and nightcap off of the Big Bad Wolf.

Wonderful Alex Jones of prisonplanet.com and infowars.com is one of the greatest leaders of the charge to defend freedom. He has just announced a new campaign that will get the word out to people on a grand scale. Although he launched it with an impassioned call to action, to succeed the effort calls for grassroots doing. That means you and me.

The campaign harkens back to the Nazi occupation of France, when the French encouraged each other by leaving the “V” for victory symbol all over their cities. It was a silent message – one heart to another – to hang on, to resist, to stand together – and it countermanded the messages coming from the Nazis to turn each other in and to hopelessly submit to tyranny.

Alex Jones is asking us to download “V” posters from his website and to post them all over our towns and communities. Not only will they encourage other aware people to refuse to comply with the police-state control grid that is being structured around us: the posters will also stimulate curiosity among the uninformed. This is perhaps their most important function.

The posters include the URL of one of the Alex Jones websites and a bit of information about the danger we are in. Like the TM posters of the 1970s, which wallpapered the West, the V posters can have a powerful, local effect that will be felt globally.

Visit this link to get the information, and to download the posters. Print off  extra copies at your local copy shop. Post them everywhere you can think of where it is legal to post things. In a week, go back and post in those places again, because they will create controversy and probably get torn down. If the media picks up on it, so much the better. Just keep the V symbol out there, a magnet of information for the world to tune in and learn more.

It’s a small, simple action to take, but like the humble efforts 1970s kids made at spreading TM, it can have a stunning effect. Grassroots change is the most powerful kind of change there is, because it takes place in the hearts of the people. So let us sow that grass seed now, ensuring springtime won’t be far away.

Go there. Be bold. United we stand.

If we do nothing, we are personally responsible for the tyranny that is designed, slated, and proceeding on schedule to ensnare us, our children, and our grandchildren.

Here again is the link:



Bronte Baxter

© Bronte Baxter 2011. All rights reserved.

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  1. Meg said,

    February 8, 2012 at 4:01 am

    Hello! First, my christian beliefs were shattered a few years ago.
    I somehow got involved with the eastern religions, and now you have just shattered my faith in them (thank you!).

    I am really confused about yoga and meditation though.
    If I am not worshipping a god, can i still meditate and do yoga?
    yoga is a great exercise for me, and i would be very sad to give it up. Thank you!

    • brontebaxter said,

      February 8, 2012 at 10:28 am

      I myself do meditation of a sort and see nothing harmful in simple yoga exercises. But I’m careful not to involve gods (or their calling card: mantras) in either.


  2. Meg said,

    February 8, 2012 at 10:35 am

    Thank you for the advice! I learn vipassana yoga from a dvd, that also has chakra balancing meditations, which I’m thinking that I should probably skip?

    • brontebaxter said,

      February 8, 2012 at 8:13 pm

      I am really not in the business of giving advice, and have not studied that form of yoga in particular, so I cannot comment. But it’s important to know where the meditation comes from. Be wary of any Sanskrit you don’t understand, and don’t chant or meditate with foreign words you don’t understand. If the discipline starts with blessings or protections from a god or guru, that’s another sign of manipulation. I have never personally found much value in “chakra balancing.” When I meditate, I simply focus my attention on my own awareness: on that place within me from where the thoughts arise. This brings about a deep stillness and a blissful experience of the self in its most expanded state, where it joins with the Infinite.

  3. Kelsey said,

    February 8, 2012 at 10:37 am

    Hey Bronte, I enjoy your posts very much. I was wondering what your opinion is on using psychedelics such as LSD, shrooms, and smoking weed? Some say that the illuminati want you to do them because it makes us easier to brainwash, others say it frees you.

    • brontebaxter said,

      February 8, 2012 at 8:04 pm

      I am very against recreational drugs. “The Voice” spoke to Icke during his drug experience, and he has allowed its instructions to twist the excellent information he otherwise had to share, turning into another “oneness” teaching. From my own personal experience years back as a hippy, I know the damage drugs can do to people. Marijuana, in particular, destroys brain cells and damages short-term memory if you take enough of it. I’m certain that spiritual freedom must be achieved using the unlimited abilities we have yet untapped within us – not by using something outside ourselves in a vain attempt at gaining spiritual power. Read my article on David Icke for more thoughts on this.

  4. Kelsey said,

    February 9, 2012 at 12:37 am

    I read your article on David (along with your many others), and am now very confused. In my heart and soul, I very much agree with what you have to say, about the conspiricy and visualization. But it seems like the only people who I can connect with, who are very compassionate and also creative, and aren’t all about materialism are into the eastern religions. These people are my friends, and I’m not sure what to do. I don’t want to be closeminded, and I also yearn to help them but I have no idea how. It seems to me that most of the world is either into christianity or eastern religions, most christians seem closeminded where most who follow eastern religions seem to be carefree, happy, and compassionate. But if it’s all other entities trying to devour our energy, where do I belong now knowing this? I’m sorry, this is a bunch of ignorant rambling. I’m 17, and more confused than ever.

    • brontebaxter said,

      February 9, 2012 at 3:36 am

      Kelsey, I’m not an advice columnist and I don’t want readers to start sending in questions like this one, but because you’re just 17, I’m going to reply with a few thoughts. I cannot start dialoging with you here, but hopefully the thoughts in this message will be helpful, because it’s the best I can do. So here goes.

      It isn’t fair to decide that Christians are materialistic and that New Agers are compassionate and creative. Some of the most creative and loving people I’ve known have been Christians, and some of the nastiest and most boring, New Agers. And – vice versa! Don’t judge all people by the few you’ve met in your young life so far.

      Sometimes having knowledge sets you outside of any group. If fitting in is what’s most important, if having the comfort of lots of friends who believe just like you do matters more than truth, then you’ll fit nicely into some church or spiritual group where nobody questions or thinks too deeply because it might mean they would have to go their own road for a while, which feels scary and lonely to most people.

      But if you care more about truth, about becoming all you can be personally and spiritually, about becoming an authentic human being and living your life as such, you’ll start to become a unique individual who becomes comfortable in her own skin, enjoys the pleasure of her own company (her own thoughts), and finds comfort in the stillness of her own meditations. Then you’ll become a leader, because people will start to gravitate toward your strength, and you’ll have to avoid the trap of turning into a guru and telling others how to live their lives (which is why I don’t offer an advice column!)

      There’s no reason to try to change others to think like you do, and it won’t work anyway. Share your insights and opinions, but let people be who they are. Learn to like people for reasons other than their having the same beliefs you do. Like them for their virtues, personality, and for things you have in common.

      The older you become, the more of an individual you’ll become (if you keep thinking and being true to yourself). And the more of an individual you become, the harder it will be to find friends who think just like you do, because everyone’s life experience takes them down their own unique road, which causes them to develop their own perspective on the world. It’s a situation all the more interesting older people encounter – you are just facing it at a younger age than most.

      There is a lot more to life than what you believe. Enjoy all of it. Share the good things of life with those whom you can, and enjoy their company. At the same time, be true to yourself. Discover the pleasures of reading books by other true individuals. Ayn Rand with her profound insights … Louis L’Amour with his simple but empowering “can do” adventure stories … Tony Robbins with his personal-empowerment books … so many great authors. Read the books on my “great books” list and scout around to find authors you like on your own. You will feel comforted and less isolated when you meet other true individuals, even if only through their books.

      And don’t just believe the way I do because I’m a writer and you liked the articles. Let your own beliefs evolve out of your own broad reading, deep thinking, and life experience. Find the pleasure there is in being an individual. It’s scary at first, then becomes deeply satisfying. Be true to who you are, and the friendships will develop naturally.

      Best of luck to you.


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