1. Our political system is hopelessly corrupt. Virtually all politicians are hopelessly corrupt. No political party can be trusted. They all can be, and have been, bought.
2. Democracy is a sham. It has been a sham for a very long time. There will never be any real democracy when money and power amount to the same thing.
3. The system will stop at nothing to hold on to its power and, if possible, increase its levels of control and exploitation. It has no scruples. No lie is too outrageous, no hypocrisy too nauseating, no human sacrifice too great.
4. So-called radical movements are usually nothing of the sort. From whatever direction they claim to attack the system, they are just pretending to do so, and serve to channel discontent in directions which are harmless to the power clique and even useful to its agendas.
5. Any “dissident” voice you have ever heard of through corporate media is probably a fake. The system does not hand out free publicity to its actual enemies.
6. Most people in our society are cowards. They will jettison all the fine values and principles which they have been loudly boasting about all their lives merely to avoid the slightest chance of public criticism, inconvenience or even minor financial loss.
7. The mainstream media is nothing but a propaganda machine for the system and those journalists who work for it have sold their sorry souls, placing their (often minimal) writing skills entirely at the disposition of Power.
8. Police are not servants of the public but servants of a powerful and extremely wealthy minority which seeks to control and exploit the public for its own narrow and greedy interests.
9. Scientists cannot be trusted. They will use the hypnotic power of their white coats and authoritative status for the benefit of whoever funds their work and lifestyle. He who pays the piper calls the tune.
10. Progress is a misleading illusion. The “progress” of increasing automisation and industrialisation does not go hand in hand with a progress in the quality of human life, but in fact will “progressively” reduce it to the point of complete extinction.
Given where we are in the global birdemic coup, Winter Oak's list strikes me as little more than a "Captain Obvious" catalog of the easily observable and the patently proved. All the same, in a world in which the vast majority of people remain oblivious to or resistant to the reality of the 2020 global coup, the list does possess the potential to come off as explosive, controversial, revolutionary, or eye-opening.
Oddly enough, the list essentially notes many of the same observations I and the small circle of bloggers with whom I am fortunate enough to be associated have been describing in some detail for well over a year (and beyond).
Most notably, Bruce Charlton, member of the above-mentioned circle of bloggers, even managed to successfully predict the birdemic coup months before it occurred.
Anyway, via its list above, it's evident Winter Oak comprehends that things have essentially come to a point - that the gray area dividing good from evil has vanished - that things have been exposed, become more obvious, undeniable, etc. - yet when all is said and done, Winter Oak's list fundamentally misses the mark - which entails that Winter Oak also fundamentally misses the mark when it comes to the Big Picture of the global totalitarian coup.
Like other leftist, non-Christian, and/or anti-Christian individuals or organizations, Winter Oak is great at describing the pieces of the jigsaw, but it cannot put the pieces together. It cannot put the pieces together because it lacks a coherent worldview based on the primacy of the spiritual; more specifically, a worldview based on Christianity.
Winter Oak writes for something called The Acorn, an "organic radical bulletin" that is secular, anarchist, and leftist to the core. The Acorn gets the surface-level dangers of the Great Reset and a lot of other things, but its lack of a Big Picture perspective also leaves individuals within organizations like these open to believing in the reality of the traps the Establishment continues to peddle, most notably, the litmus test issues of the climate crisis and inequality, which Winter Oak affirms as pressing, real-world problems that it neatly categorizes under its revolutionary, social justice battle flag.
Read the list again. Ten fairly solid observations, but not a hint of spiritual insight into what the global coup really means or what people can and should do about it from a spiritual perspective.
And what are people who lack a worldview based on serious Christianity supposed to do with the Winter Oak list?
Why join an "organic, radical" political and social movement and overthrow the technocrats, of course. And then? Well . . .
And then, well what exactly?
As they say in New York, fuggedaboutit.
Winter Oak speaks of learning, but it - and groups similar to it - have learned nothing and will never really learn anything from the global coup.
They have learned nothing and will never learn anything from the global coup because without the primacy of the spiritual, without a coherent, serious Christian worldview, without the willing and active choice to be on the side of God and Creation, there is essentially nothing to learn from the global coup beyond the potential of shifting temporal power from one group to another.
Groups like Winter Oak can diagnose the symptoms, but they cannot and do not offer a real cure. They cannot and do not offer a real cure because they cannot and do not acknowledge the true source of the disease.
These groups and the individuals who comprise them are nothing more than demonic snares - more specifically, Sorathic demonic snares.
Above all else, they seek to destroy. And with the way things are going, the demons may just provide them with opportunities to do exactly that.
Spiritually distance yourself from the System and its warring factions. Stay firmly on the side of Creation.
Note added: By way of further criticism, I'd just like to mention that I believe Point 8 in the list is not really correct; the police have conventionally been the servants of the wealthy and powerful, but the police are currently being thrown under the bus by the same people they have so faithfully served. I also find Point 6 rather cute. I mean, it takes a lot of courage to criticize the bulk of humanity for its cowardice when you yourself are masked by a pseudonym. Furthermore, the organization in question seems to fit the definition it scathingly outlined in Point 4 . . . and so forth . . .