Truth and Consequences
Foster shares helpful insights for the conversations that are liberating humanity.
Hi folks, Foster Gamble here.
And I want to take the opportunity today to just have a short and intimate conversation with you about what I’ll call truth and consequences.
There are hundreds of millions of people around the world who now pretty much get what’s going on. The global domination agenda that I’ve been laying out for the last 15 years has unfortunately proven itself to be very true, very real. There are also hundreds of millions of people who will probably never actually get it, or at least in time.
What I want to talk with you about today is our conversations with the also hundreds of millions people who do want to know and who are capable of it. They are like we were in transition. They’re waking up to challenging realities.
So there’s three main things I want to go over.
And the first one is I want to have us really let it in that when people begin to find these big truths, they sense a huge risk. So I don’t want to just have that be an abstraction. I want us to each experience that.
So you might even close your eyes for a moment and think to yourself, imagine or think back to when it was actually your own transition. Think to yourself, Okay, I’m feeling emotionally overwhelmed. I’m afraid of feeling alone, of losing my friends, losing my social life, maybe even my job, maybe even my life.
So there is a good chance that, as perhaps with you, when people make this shift, they might end up losing friends. And we’ll talk about that shortly, because it’s important to consider what’s on the other side of that and potentially how to not lose friends in the process.
So when we’re having these conversations, we need to find common ground with our fellow humans. We need to ask rather than just tell, and we need to listen respectfully to really understand what they’re going through, have them feel heard, and understand it’s as hard for them to listen to you as it is for you to hear the aspects that they describe that you don’t agree with.
Okay, number two, this is what my brother calls stage direction.
When you’re in a conversation, you get kind of caught in the thick of it, it can be really helpful to just literally kind of jump outside of it and see the conversation and comment on the conversation from a place that’s bigger than being caught in it.
So if we can do that, then we are by definition instantaneously bigger than the conversation and so is the other person, because now we’re considering what it is we’re talking about.
It’s useful then to go over some things and ask the person, okay, I see that this is getting tense. Let’s make sure we’re taking turns. Let’s don’t interrupt each other. Ask them, are you willing to proceed. Is it worth it to you to keep going with this conversation as long as we can do it respectfully.
Because it’s critical for us to understand that we are not at first offering good news. They’re probably thinking, okay, there’s big problems in the world. We’ve got pandemics, we’ve got wars, we’ve got inflation, but there are good people in strong institutions who are doing their very best to fix it all for us. That’s an uncomfortable but hopeful perspective. But then reality starts to creep in.
Now on the other side of that, what we’re offering them is the realization that there is some nefarious international, well-organized group of psychopaths who actually want to get rid of most of us and then rule the world.
So why would it be worth it to someone to entertain that kind of reality. Well, first of all, because it’s what's real, and therefore what’s right. You can deny reality, as Ayn Rand said, but you can’t ultimately ignore the effects of reality.
And when we know what’s really going on, like with an important medical diagnosis, then truth can lead to solutions that are commensurate to the problem.
Now secondly, as I mentioned before, on the other side, as people make this shift—and I’ve interviewed hundreds or thousands of these people, very inspiring—what happens is people are consistently finding coherence, peace, strength, courage.
They’re finding new relationships or a new basis for old relationships based not on geography or gender or age or class or particular ethnicity or a political party, but actually based on the willingness to share the quest for truth and for freedom.
This is what’s happening all over the world. And in that process, what’s happening is people are finding deeper relationships, they’re finding satisfaction, they’re finding more health, they’re experiencing their own integrity, and the ability to think critically, ongoingly.
So most of the folks that we’re in these challenging conversations with are not stupid. They’re not bad, but they’re simply radically uninformed.
My experience is they’ve been getting their information from one type of source, literally since elementary school. I’ll often actually lead with the question, so where do you get your news.
OK, here’s an example of the coherence. Let me talk about the injections that have been coerced worldwide. So it’s very compelling to step out of the conversation and realize that the numbers are in the billions worldwide. And as far as I can tell, no one who didn’t get the injection regrets it. That’s quite a statistic.
No one who wakes up to these truths—as uncomfortable as it is—is going back, even if they have to pretend it in some circumstances.
No one on the side of truth is out there trying to censor disagreement. They may want to argue with it. They may want to debate. They may want equal time, but they’re not trying to censor a distant opinion. They’re willing to debate.
OK, so I don’t want to go on and on about this, I just want to want to keep it as succinct as I can.
So let me just say in closing, this is a hard choice that each of us is making as human beings. So, don’t coerce or intimidate your friends or acquaintances or work associates and so forth. You can say, if necessary, we don’t need to agree, but don’t try to coerce me or manipulate and endanger my kids.
Also, don’t try to have these conversations when you’re off-center, when you’re scared, when you’re angry, because being freaked out about all of this doesn’t inspire trust in what you’ve found.
But do share your own process of transformation, your own concerns, your own sadness about the suffering. Also, if love is your primary goal, then you may not get onto the same page in terms of content.
And then another time, we’ll talk about how to have these conversations so that you can respect disagreement; talk about things of mutual interest, but not actually tear the relationship apart.
Now if agreement on facts is primary, you might lose the connection. So this is the dance.
Go in with your eyes open and open your heart, open your mouth, though your voice may tremble, and then honor their timing.
We’re all waking up at our own pace, and that’s critical for our own emotional wholeness, our own soul integrity. It depends a lot on our maturity, on, as I said, our sources of information, on our character, what our purpose is, what our degree of self-esteem is, and this is different in every person.
Ultimately, it really comes down to who you believe yourself to be. We’ll talk about that again in a future conversation.
So finally, my motto these days is, truth floats and love wins—over time. So be patient, be kind, be strong, and be clear.
Thank you all.