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‘HOMO AHIMSA’: Truckers and Vegans for a free world


Why are animal activists and vegans considered terrorists, subject to jail and fines for protecting suffering animals? Because we believe that all beings, including the human ones, deserve absolute and inviolable freedom.

JUDY CARMAN: A few days ago in Canada an elderly man was pulled out of his vehicle, handcuffed and forcibly taken to jail. His crime? He honked in support of the 60,000 (and counting) truckers who are currently rallying in Canada in an ongoing peaceful protest for freedom. Like activists for peace, animals, and the environment, the truckers and this elderly man are considered terrorists. Why? Because they believe all human beings have an inalienable right to freedom from government control and freedom of speech and assembly. Why are animal activists and vegans considered terrorists, subject to jail and fines for protecting suffering animals? Because we believe that all beings, including the human ones, deserve absolute and inviolable freedom. Why are peace activists considered terrorists? Because they think war is a very bad idea—useful to governments, the war machine and central banks, lethal for us. Why are activists for the earth considered terrorists? Because they want to stop the reckless destruction of the earth by the power elite.

On February 7, 2022, the Department of Homeland Security produced its “Summary of Terrorism Threats to the Homeland.” It states, in part, “The United States remains in a heightened threat environment fueled by several factors, including an online environment filled with false or misleading narratives and conspiracy theories, and other forms of mis- dis- and mal-information (MDM) introduced and/or amplified by foreign and domestic threat actors. These threat actors seek to exacerbate societal friction to sow discord and undermine public trust in government institutions to encourage unrest, which could potentially inspire acts of violence.”

A key phrase points to undermining “public trust in government institutions.” That’s one of our primary jobs as activists isn’t it? It is precisely trust in elite government institutions and their corporate handlers that has led to massive extinction of wild animals; the sickening abuse and slaughter of trillions of cows, pigs, chickens, fish and others for food, experiments, “entertainment,” etc.; and the desecration of our sacred earth mother’s air, water and soils. We must always be on the lookout for bad deeds and criminal acts by the government (and their corporate sponsors) against those who cannot defend themselves. That’s what we do.

DHS also wants to “protect” us from “false and misleading narratives and conspiracy theories.” The narratives that have been force-fed to nearly every person on the planet are falling apart from the sheer weight of their falsehoods. When nearly every government in the world suddenly, and clearly on cue, begins lockdowns of healthy people, ruining small businesses, and closing schools, does this not warrant “theories” on all our parts as we try to make sense of such madness? Activists—veteran questioners of the status quo—do not believe much of anything the government has to say and certainly not this. And when they ramp up the censoring and telling us they are protecting us from misinformation for our own good?—No. That is our job as individuals, as questioners, as critical thinkers. We research for ourselves. We seek the truth always. In fact, like Gandhi’s nonviolent satyagraha, we insist (agraha) on truth (satya).

Since those first days, we have seen the narratives we have been told to accept unquestioningly (as if an activist could ever do that), begin to crumble. Many countries have now lifted their covid restrictions. And we have seen activism at its finest as people from all walks of life, including the courageous truckers of Canada, risk all to let these governments know we are not letting go of our freedom. They are afraid of us, not because we are violent. We are not. Our activism comes straight from the love in our hearts—for our loved ones, for all beings, and for liberty for all and freedom from totalitarian control. No. They are afraid of us because there are a lot more of us than there are of them. We don’t need violence to regain our freedom. We only need to stand together. That is precisely why the DHS statement is designed to make us afraid of each other. If they can divide us, they can win the control that they are bent on achieving…

But here’s something that is really exciting to me. At the same time that these folks are planning a totalitarian world government, humanity is in the midst of the greatest transformation to higher consciousness ever imagined. We all know it is time. We know we cannot continue the destructive actions of Homo Sapiens any longer. Our species is right on the precipice of awakening to an entirely new way of being on the planet as Homo Ahimsa. Ahimsa is the Sanskrit word for non-harm. Some of us are closer than others, some more aware of this transformation than others, but all of us are being invited to leave our competitive, hierarchical, dominating Homo Sapiens identity behind and enter into the divine truth of who we are—the Homo Ahimsa gentle caretakers of earth and partners with all life, including each other. This nature is and has always been within us. The seed of lovingkindness and desire to live nonviolently has always been a part of us…

As I observe the apparent chaos that swirls around us, I see truckers willing to risk imprisonment and loss of income to stand for our freedom to choose whether we want an experimental drug or not. I see nurses and doctors losing their practices in order to stand firm against forced injections without informed consent in order to uphold their Hippocratic Oath to do no harm… Many of these people are not vegan yet; many have never protested a war or handed out flyers on a street corner. Some have not even realized yet that our actions, up ‘til now, have caused and continue to cause the extinction of millions of species. But all over the world, during these “covid” years, the truth is coming out. The damage and corruption are on open display, and our freedoms are being threatened as never before. All of that is bringing us together, and that is terrorism to them. We have a common cause. It’s our own survival as a species, a species that must be free to be the egalitarian, loving human beings we were always meant to be. We cannot survive on the planet if the other animals are gone. We cannot fight for their freedom from tyranny if we are not free…

We are journeying upward on many paths toward a new way of being in the world, a way in which we can be helpmates and beloveds with the rest of our earth family. Having seen the harm that we are capable of, let us embrace this holy opportunity to heal the damage we have done, to never again follow “leaders” into wars for profit, to never again kill and harm animals for any purpose, and to bring heaven to earth. To those of you who are working so hard to create a vegan world of peace and freedom for all beings, I want to say how much I love and admire every one of you for your selflessness and for demonstrating with such grace how to live as Homo Ahimsa.

But I am also in awe of the many people who are selflessly sacrificing their time and nonviolently enduring the viciousness and violence of those bent on the control of us all. They may not be vegan yet. They may not have connected all the dots yet, but neither have we. The threat to animals that we face down every single day is happening to us too. And, as I said, at the same time, the invitation to higher consciousness and living in a holy, sacred manner is also at hand. This is an urgent, yet glorious chance to bring Homo Ahimsa into being, but to make it happen, we must also be very clear, courageous and bold. We have always said “animal liberation is human liberation.” Never has it been more true than it is right now. SOURCE…