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The Red Pill ideology, and how it can improve your life

By Che 

“You take the blue pill, the story ends; you wake up in your bed and believe whatever you want to believe. You take the red pill, you stay in Wonderland, and I show you how deep the rabbit hole goes.”  

This is the famous line from the movie The Matrix that spawned the “red pill” ideology. The ideology posits that the majority of the world is asleep to the workings of the world while they, the red pilled, are enlightened to the truth. 

Over the past year, the theory evolved. It began from deep conspiracy theorists who believe in everything from aliens to globalist politics. But it has since grown to include boomers in American flag apparel wanting to make their country “great again”. 

Some would say there’s been a “watering down” process allowing those to claim to be “red pilled” now, because the status quo has found them unacceptable and, in some cases, “deplorable”.   

But, like its counterpart “Wokeness,” the red pill ideology doesn’t offer practical solutions. 

It provides a lot of information and talking points that should lead people to self-transformation, but instead just offers the newfound ability to win arguments in comment sections. And instead of writing a long-drawn-out piece complaining about the problem, I decided to offer a more practical and doable way in which to take your own red pill.  

In the movie The Matrix, the main character Neo is presented with a choice; take the blue pill and return to a life of lies and delusion or take the red pill and become enlightened to the truth. What we forget when assessing this fork in the road is the fact that after taking the red pill Neo had to do something. 

He couldn’t sit around meditating all day like a monk living in a cave. No, he had a mission, he was “the one” assigned the task of liberating humanity. Think of yourself in the same manner. 

You came across information exposing you to a truth that’s been hidden from you and now you have to act on it. You can’t just be red pilled; you have to live it. 

What does that mean? Your life is an amalgamation of all your past decisions. The quality of your life is a direct result of the quality of your decisions. You make good decisions; you make a good life. You make bad decisions; you make a bad life. It’s really that simple.  

I often tell the story of my own awakening when it comes to this principle. I was in the Security Housing Unit (SHU) in one of California’s 34 state prisons. I was looking outside my cell into the dayroom and contemplating how I ended up there. And that’s when it dawned on me; I created my own reality with the decisions I made. 

I made the dayroom, the gun tower, the showers, and the cells by making decisions that led me to that very place. But I didn’t stop there. I began to realize I had the ability to create too. 

Before, I created a bad reality by making bad decisions. Therefore, I could create a good reality by making good decisions.  

If this sounds elementary, it’s because it is. We all know this to be true, yet we allow professional grifters and swindlers to manipulate our emotions to their benefit. 

For example, the mainstream status quo wants you to believe your conditions are permanent. They do this so you’ll take up the fight to persuade your oppressors to ease the oppression, which not so coincidentally benefits the grift. You say you’re “demanding your rights” when in all actuality you’re begging for something that’s there for the taking.  

In my two previous articles I touched on how manipulating grifters used the defund the police movement and feminism to empower their corporate overlords. People who were led to believe their lives would get better if such and such and so and so would just allow them to be free. 

They never take into account their own power to create their own path. Instead, they delegate control over their own lives to the swindlers and hustlers. If the swindler’s goal was to never allow you to tap into that power, they succeeded. And they did so without firing a shot.  

True power resides in our ability to choose. Red or blue pill, the choice is yours. Every second of the day we are making decisions. We choose how we spend our time, what we allow into our minds, and the words we put into the universe. 

Right now, you’re choosing to read this article. You’re also not choosing to scroll social media for the next hour, wasting your brain cells away. This is the red and blue pill concept. The more you decide to do red pill activities and neglect blue pill frivolity, the closer your life becomes to living a red pill life. 

Even Neo had to learn this the hard way, for it was Morpheus that said, “there’s a difference between knowing you’re the one, and being the one.”  

Put the phone down and pick up a book. Stop allowing low vibrational content to enter your mind. Avoid frivolous discussions. And always choose the path that leads to true enlightenment.

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Che is a writer and host of “The No Spoon Podcast” on Scoon TV.

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