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Are you as free as a Liberator?

Libby Griffin


In a world where people are scared to talk to strangers, knock on their neighbour’s doors, speak their mind or express themselves in public (the very things that came naturally to us as children), the question is... how free can you be if you care what people think of you?


Born in Perth, Western Australia; the most isolated city in the world where ‘nothing ever happens’, it seems that things are now well and truly happening...

What was once a small group of outcasts & dreamers has now become a global network of over a hundred thousand strong, who’s revolutionary social experiments are continuing to spread inspiration to all corners of the globe. The Liberators International have become world leaders and experts in bringing people together in the most simple, beautiful and inspiring ways.

 Most of us resist change like it will kill us, even though ironically, it is the only thing we can count on. Same goes for connection; most of us are pretty lonely, yet we avoid each other. We can barely look each other in the eye.

Change is desperately needed in the world. We all know and sense it, yet most of us won’t dare try new things or step outside our comfort zone. We yearn to feel deeper joy, share more meaningful connections with others and express ourselves more authentically, yet we won’t put ourselves in situations where this could become possible. We long to be free from our little boxes, but we won’t dare step outside the line.

Perhaps this is one of the reasons why Friday night drinks has become the west’s new modern day religion. We spend all week looking forward to it: one of the rare times that we can almost be ourselves. After a few drinks we can let loose and express ourselves more freely. It’s when we feel that rare sensation of freedom roll through us. When we are around our friends and almost feel safe enough to just be ourselves. It's when we finally get a bit of release from our cages of caring what people think. Of having to act a certain way in order to be taken seriously. Its the time when the caged animal gets a little walk around before being put back into the cage.

It's actually kind of ironic: we spend all week pretending to be a "professional" and put on a brave face when actually deep down inside we just feel like having a good cry or sleep, and then to try and balance this out, we get blind drunk on Friday nights (while wearing the same suit) and act like a complete animal. Then we wake up the next day feeling even worse and the cycle just continues.

What we really want is to feel free. To just be ourselves. To feel some relief from the inhibitions and self-doubts that usually prevent us from doing what we really want to do.

The Liberators seek to free you from your seemingly insignificant little fears... the ones that are so easy to brush off and ignore. For they believe that life begins just outside of your comfort zone.

They understand the rewards that await those who dare to be vulnerable.

 They believe that facing your fears by doing what scares you is your golden ticket to true liberation.

Their message is simple; freedom is a state of mind.


For how free can you really be if you are fearful of what others think about you?

Founded by accountant turned social artist and public speaker Peter Sharp, it all began when he decided to conduct his first social experiment; hitchhiking from Spain to Croatia…in a business suit. Never having hitchhiked before, his goal was simple: to completely step outside of his comfort zone. Learning many valuable lessons on his adventure, he was blown away by the kindness and generosity he received from so many strangers.

On his first day he waited only 3 minutes before being picked up by a nice couple with a baby in the back. On the second day he was picked up by an Entrepreneur and his opera singer wife in their flashy BMW and was even bought a beer, lunch and offered a room to stay in at his holiday house in Cannes. Peter refused his generous offer and many others like it, reminding himself that his priority was to remain outside his comfort zone.

Describing hitchhiking as an “alchemy of deep conversations”, he made many new friends and broke through many limiting fears and beliefs, realising the world is actually a much safer place than the media makes it out to be and that our distrust of each other is simply unreasonable.

Most importantly, the success of his experiment inspired him to try some of his other ideas, and soon he conducted his next social experiment: the blind trust experiment. Blindfolding himself in front of a cathedral in Barcelona with a sign that said “I trust you, do you trust me? lets hug..” it wasn’t long before there was a line of people waiting to hug and thank him. This experiment was more successful than he could have ever imagined, receiving over 400,000 views on youtube, it sent waves of love all over the globe, and like a chain reaction it inspired many others to try similar experiments of their own. These experiments demonstrated that when you give trust, you get trust.

It also showed just how much the world is waiting for us to step up and do it.

When Peter returned to Perth from Barcelona he founded The Liberators International and soon after he had a team that would help him bring more of his ideas to life. Also known as “the inner circle”, his team are a collection of around twenty Gen Y’s. These radical bohemian hippie activist visionaries, artists, dare devils and professionals share common stories and big dreams of a world free from the systems of social behaviour that keep us disconnected from each other.

Their next experiment, was the Perth Train Party. But this time he wasn’t alone; planting members from his team and any willing volunteers to act as members of the public, their intention was to inspire other passengers to join in the fun. On what had probably seemed like just the average morning on TransPerth’s Fremantle line, suddenly the train commuters were awoken from their daydreams when Peter stood up and announced his desire to simply express himself. Stating that he didn’t want money and instead just wanted to spread a bit of joy, he invited others to join him if they wished to. This video quickly went viral on youtube and made international headlines.

Some people have simply brushed off The Liberators as just a bunch of exhibitionist hippie show offs. And its true, they are certainly larger than life, and their tremendous senses of freedom can certainly overwhelming for the average person, but these people are driven by their love for humanity. And they are wise.

They are the kind of people who truly see you when they look into your eyes. With big open hearts and playful personalities, they are fully present in the moment with you. And that is exactly where they challenge you to meet them: the here and now.

Next time you're in a public space, have a look around: how many people are present in the moment and how many are away somewhere else, thinking about the past or future? Sure it is important to dedicate time for planning and daydreaming, but what percentage of them are simply distracting themselves with Facebook and mindless games? How many people look fulfilled and how many look sad or mad?

We escape the present moment when its uncomfortable, and we all know how uncomfortable public transport is. Its confronting, because it becomes blatantly undeniable just how disconnected, shy and socially awkward we all are. It highlights just how scared we are to do anything outside the norm, for fear of drawing too much attention to ourselves. It shows just how sad or "insane" some of us are. It shows the lack of trust we have in each other. 

Isn’t it ironic that as a society we feel lonelier than ever and yet when we are around each other we can barely stand it?

Does public transport really need to be so depressing and uncomfortable?

Perhaps it’s time our public transport system got a little makeover. And when it comes to bringing people closer together, surely public transport is an ideal and convenient place to start? Perhaps it’s time we began utilising our public spaces with more creativity, innovation and good old-fashioned love.

What’s special about The Liberators is that they don’t just dream of a world that supports us enough to want to stay present; they are prepared to do something about it.

They are modern day freedom fighting warriors; they paint on their colourful battlefield art, dress in courageous costumes, arm themselves with sparkly signs of truth, and with their brave spirits, all in the name of love and freedom, they charge out with their uninhibited self-expression, love songs, and freestyle dance moves. Facing an army of time paupers, serious shoppers, and not so curious onlookers, they are too often simply ignored, laughed at or dismissed. But not by all. For some: the curious and the brave, it is an unforgettable life changing experience.

"None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are free" - Johann Wolfgang von Goethe  


Perhaps The Liberators are to us what Martin Luther King was to African Americans, what William Wallace was to the Scots, or Gandhi to India. Sure, they aren’t being punished, jailed or killed for their acts of freedom, instead they are simply being ignored, for their message is misunderstood, for they are attempting to do the seemingly impossible; to liberate those who are the most hopelessly enslaved; those who believe they are free.

One thing is for sure: The Liberators are experts at creating spaces for people to drop their barriers and come together to celebrate what makes us the same. They are professionals at throwing spontaneous heart-centred parties where everyone really is invited. They have been know to throw supermarket flashmobs and shopping mall "dance of freedom" parties, and one of my personal favourites train sing-alongs.

Their colourful and outrageous drug/alcohol-free morning raves have demonstrated that the key to a good time comes from the natural high we get when we feel connected to and accepted by those around us; when we feel safe enough to just let go and be ourselves.

They have demonstrated that the sensations of freedom, joy, authentic self-expression and connection really don’t have to wait until Friday night drinks or even until you are with your closest friends.  And they inspire us to think outside the square for how public spaces can be better utilised to make the world a better place; that perhaps life could be lived very differently.

We have forgotten the power that music and dance has to heal and connect us. There is a subtle yet powerful connection between music and revolution. When you look at the fresh new sounds of the 1920s and 1960s and the social revolutions that occurred at the time, it makes you wonder... 

In a world where we can now listen to anything at any time, where there is an overwhelming amount of new sounds being created all the time, are we all sitting on a massive well of untapped musical revolutionary potential? Science has now proven just how powerful our intentions are… combine that with the fact that the human voice is the most powerful instrument on the planet, and perhaps we can start to understand the purpose of the The Liberator's recent global experiment The Worlds Biggest Sing -a-Long.  A project to “turn fear into love and inhibition into liberation." The Liberators understand the power of thousands of people from all corners of the globe singing the same beautiful song at the same time while holding the same intention in their hearts.

But of all their accomplishments and successful projects, The Eye Contact Experiment has to be one of their most incredible, for not so obvious reasons. It was their first global experiment conducted on a mass scale, and simply involved sharing a minute of continuous eye contact with a stranger or friend.

Setting up spaces in well known public spaces just after 5pm, over 100,000 people across 156 cities participated in this revolutionary experiment that sent a powerful message to the world. Deeply transformative for many, it brought up many questions and realisations, such as 'why is it so hard to sit and look into a strangers eyes for a minute without saying anything?' For some it was an enjoyable walk in the park, whilst for others, it was challenging and confronting; bringing some to tears and others into uncontrollable laughter. 

The Liberators aren’t your average hippies, nor are they your average activists. They are a unique breed of freedom fighters; a powerful concoction of dancers, engineers, accountants, doctors, teachers, students, artists & visionaries. They are leaders, among many others, who are at the forefront of a revolution thats been taking place for decades, one thats about to blow the lid off of our outdated system. The signs are everywhere that humanity is waking up to our long lost truths; we are remembering what it really means to be a human being.

In our rapidly changing world; the age of information and technology, most of us are so busy and distracted that we still haven’t stopped for long enough to notice all the new possibilities and opportunities now available to us: one small act of kindness or love now has the potential to ripple positive vibes all over the world within minutes! We are pioneers of a new world of possibilities and unexplored potential.

As Peter Sharp said in his recent birthday post: “we all have huge untapped reservoirs of human potential to shift and change the story of the world around us, Humanity is crying out for everyday citizens to stand up in the name of creating more authentic and sustainable pathways for ourselves, our communities and our planet. Now is the most vitally important and well supported time to stand up and create proof of what we believe will assist the healing of the planet. I am humbled and deeply inspired by your love, participation and support. Let’s keep enjoying the moment whilst thriving for a better world!”

We all have the power to write a new story for ourselves and for humanity, and sometimes all it takes is one minute... 

Education Revelation

Libby Griffin

“Education is what remains after one has forgotten everything he learned in school”– Albert Einstein


It's an incredibly ironic world.

We live in the age of information, yet we are exceptionally uneducated.

In fact, considering most of us spent at least twelve years in school... we are fucking retarded.

We graduate school with no practical life skills and completely unprepared for real life; socially inept, highly confused, and completely misinformed, we are robbed of our imaginations, individuality, and the best years of our lives; forced to mindlessly memorise things we will likely never need to know and trained to blindly follow orders without question.

And we are so scarred from the experience that we keep ourselves distracted for the rest of our lives with television, work, and play (getting blind drunk on the weekend) so we never have to think about it again.

And thank god we are so distracted from thinking about it too deeply for even one second... otherwise we would be fucking outraged. If we really thought about it for long enough... we would be rioting in the streets.

And that’s why I have written this article. Because I want you to get mad. We need to; it’s time we did something about it. But rioting in the streets isn’t going to help us; we will just be pelted with tear gas like anyone else that steps outside the square, no matter the cause.

What we really need to do is educate ourselves. Because knowledge is power, and it will set us free from our psychological cages of ignorance.

In the last century, and especially thanks to the birth of the internet, the world has changed so rapidly, that most of us have been too distracted to even fully comprehend just how much we are actually living in almost a completely new world. We are pioneers of a whole new world of opportunities never seen before.

Opportunities that we are not taking full advantage of.

Opportunities we may not have forever.

With the answer to almost any question only a click away, how come we aren't asking more questions?

Because with the way our school system is run, all the curiosity & enthusiasm is squeezed out of us, among other things.  Our bright, enthusiastic and gifted young children are being put through an education system that’s barely changed since the industrial revolution.

The mainstream education system we have in place today was developed during the industrial revolution when the world needed good little order following factory workers who understood basic Maths and English, so the school system was set up to prepare us for factory life (hence the bells for lunch and recess breaks). Today, the world needs very different things than what it did during the industrial revolution and yet our school system has barely changed. 

Its not rocket science: our world is fucked. We desperately need to make some serious changes, and fast. And carbon tax and having shorter showers isn't going to change a damn thing. It is how we educate our children that is paramount in creating a better new world. 

Education has always been incredibly important to me, and thats why I loath the mainstream school system. I love to learn, and teach; I crave new information almost as much as a caged animal craves freedom, but what I learnt in school could not satisfy my ardent curiosity. It could not answer all my questions, so I keep learning outside of school, and what I found was remarkable, and criminal.

Our schools are doing the opposite from educating us. And here is the tricky part to accept: on purpose. Innocent children are systematically having their creativity, individuality, curiosity, enthusiasm and courage squeezed out of them, for a very sinister reason. One that most people don’t want to hear about, to the point that as soon as I mention one word about it, they quickly grab the nearest spade so they can bury their head back into the sand.

Sorry folks, but we live in a world of polarity; it's science; there is up and down, left and right, hot and cold, love and the lack of it; shit people exist. And unfortunately, our world is run by an elite few who don’t want us to think or be educated. It's not a paranoid delusional "conspiracy theory"... its the cold hard and butt ugly truth, and the evidence is everywhere, if only you would look for it. 

Our masters don't want us to be curious, intelligent or informed. And they definitely don't want us to be united.

This is why our school system is set up to divide us and encourage competition rather than teamwork, collaboration and equality. This is why our schools are rampant with bullies; our schools are breeding grounds for judgement and anger. Our children and adolescents are angry and rebellious because instinctively they know that something is very wrong.

Think about it... like being forced to mindlessly memorise absolute shit that we will likely never need to know isn't outrageous enough... being forced to sit still in a chair all day is utterly diabolical. It is nothing less than an unnecessary torture. Forcing children to sit unnaturally still in a chair all day while their bodies ache and fidget in an attempt to communicate with that it needs to move, means that in order to survive they must learn to ignore the wisdom of their own bodies, and as a result, become disconnected from their most essential, most important navigational system: their feelings.


There is much wisdom within our feelings; and if you learn to understand them, listen to them and learn from them, you will always be guided towards the fulfilment of your desires. Its how your soul communicates with you (they definitely won't tell you this in school). Check out Esther Hick's work if you are curious and unconvinced.

This is partly why we live in a world full of sick, obese and unhealthy people who are completely out of touch with the needs of their bodies.

This torturous and uncomfortable school system also ingrains a very dangerous subconscious belief system into children's impressionable young minds: study, work or learning just isn’t meant to be enjoyable. No wonder so many people stop learning or educating themselves altogether after they graduate: they are still traumatised and don't even realise it. 

But learning is meant to be fun. Einstein was right: "play is the highest form of learning".

School also robs us of our imaginations and opinions; it squeezes the individuality out of us; all our curiosities, unique view points and perspectives are almost completely shut down because subconsciously we learn that our opinions don't matter. 

Think about it: when you have almost no say in what you get to learn or how you want to learn it, and are often graded down for giving an opinion that's different from the norm, doesn’t it just discourage you from having an opinion at all? 

There is much debate over whether uniforms have a positive or detrimental impact on children, and personally, I believe uniforms are just another overlooked violation to our freedom of expression and only further disconnects us from our sense of identity. 

Some say the purpose of uniforms is to create an identity for the school, to show you are part of an organisation; that they give students a sense of belonging and increased sense of school pride and spirit. That they can increase self-discipline, minimise economic and social class barriers, reduce the risk of bullying and take off the pressure off figuring out what to wear.

And I can see their point.


If children were allowed to wear whatever they wanted to school, would they really be running wild and out of control, bullying and teasing each other relentlessly, with nothing that unites them? 

Perhaps they might actually be less rebellious because they would have less to be subconsciously pissed off about.

Of course creating a sense of unity and community is important. Its paramount. But look at our society; there is no community or unity. Nobody knows their neighbours anymore and when I go into public places, I don’t feel a sense of unity, I feel like I’m trying to dodge a minefield of judgemental looks. 

There are plenty of other more positive and effective ways to stop bullying.

Perhaps it's a catch 22. Perhaps the reason we are all so critical and judgemental of each other's differences is because we are robbed of our right to express ourselves when we are young and encouraged to try and be the same. Perhaps thats why, when we do differentiate ourselves in even in the smallest of ways, we become a target for criticism and bullying.

It's almost hilarious to hear people defend uniforms by claiming they can "improve learning by reducing distraction, sharpening focus on schoolwork and making the classroom a more serious environment, allowing students to perform better academically.”

Um.. maybe children having trouble focusing because what they are learning is a load of shit that is unnecessary, irrelevant and boring as fuck. Maybe its because they aren't meant to sit in chairs all day, because they should have more time outside in the fresh air, enjoying their lives. Maybe children deserve to have a say in what they wish to spend their time and energy learning about.

Take Finland as the perfect example: their students have the highest academic record in the world, and they only go to school for 3 hours a day and have no homework.

Our students aren’t the problem, it’s our outdated and corrupt school system. 

I am no superficial showpony fashionista; I don’t follow trends, and I dont care what other people think of me. But I believe that what you wear is an essential part of self-expression. Of course, you are so much more than what you’re wearing, and no outfit could ever define you; you are a forever changing, expanding piece of art. But your outfit can certainly tell people a lot about you, if you let it. Fashion is one of the ways we tell the world who we, and we should not be robbed of this right when we are growing up and figuring out who we are.

School also absolutely destroys our sense of self esteem and self worth by grading us.

If you do your research, you will discover that our current grading system was originally designed so that we could differentiate between those that are "special needs" and those that are "normal". It was never intended to be a measurement of intelligence. The grades you get in school in no way reflect how "intelligent" and "capable" you are.  

“Oh but people need to be competitive”... Yeah, but making children feel shit about themselves is unnecessary and traumatic, and affects their sense of self worth for the rest of their lives. Couldn’t we teach children to be competitive within themselves? To keep improving themselves and be better than they were yesterday, rather than better than your friends?

"Modern education is competitive, nationalistic and separative. It has trained the child to regard material values as of major importance, to believe that his nation is also of major importance and superior to other nations and peoples. The general level of world information is high but usually biased, influenced by national prejudices, serving to make us citizens of our nation but not of the world." - Einstein

This is why we live in a society that is so divided, where most of us try to compete with each other over who is the coolest or richest, rather than wanting to make real and genuine friendships and help each other - because we are all still traumatised from being labelled as “stupid”, "loser" or “trouble maker”, or simply given average grades.

It is utterly outrageous that a student should spent twelve years in school and still not be able to answer the most basic and essential questions like, 'who am I' and 'what do I love the most'? This mere fact alone shows how much of a failure the school system is.

This is because, instead of being taught to figure out who we are and discover the unique gifts within us, we are trying to be "good enough"... to be like everybody else and fit into a model thats flawed, unrealistic and soul destroying.

Instead of learning about things that will actually help us thrive in the world, we are forced to learn virtually pointless things for the purposes of competition and grading. Instead of learning about things that are actually relevant to what the world needs, like innovation, kindness and creativity, we learn about war and complicated Mathematics. Instead of reading books we like, we must read the ones given to us. Instead of teaching our children to be sharp thinkers, we are training them to switch off.



This is why there are all these new diseases like Dementia - we are so under-stimulated that we are literally starting to switch off. 

Why are we not taught about basic psychology so that we can develop healthy communication and relationship skills? Is this not relevant to all aspects of life? Why don't we all have a basic survival skills and an understanding of good healthy living practices, preventative medicine and first aid? Why do we learn almost nothing about true health and nutrition? With all the knowledge available to us, how can people still think that a bowl of cows milk and wheat bix is healthy? Why do we not learn how to read and understand ingredient labels? 

Why is it that we learn about certain parts of our history and not others? Why don't we all have at the very least, a basic understanding of how our government, legal and financial systems work? Why does nobody understand how the Federal Reserve was created? Why don't we learn how to make wise choices with our money? Why does nobody understand how money is created and what this really means? Why aren't we informed about outrageous laws such as "planned obsolescence"?

Why do we not learn about the amazing transformative power of our own breathe or the absolutely incredible life changing benefits of meditation?

"If every child in the world was taught meditation, you will eliminate violence within one generation" - Dalai Lama


Why don't we learn about the importance of sunlight, instead of being taught to fear it? Why do we use sunscreens that have cancer causing ingredients in them?

Why don't we learn about the simple yet relevant things to us such as the amazing truths about colour, sound and water, their relationships and what they are truly capable of? Why don't we learn about the absolute importance of uninhibited self expression?

Why are we trained to think we must choose one thing "to become"?

Our mainstream school system is a streamlined process where bright, brave, self-motivated, curious, enthusiastic, and naturally & effortlessly themselves six year olds are squeezed out 12 years later into socially awkward, insecure, immature, and highly confused order followers who have forgotten how to use their imaginations, have no clue who they are or what they want to do, and are almost completely unequipped for real life, and to top it off – you paid for it. 


Instead, we should be learning from children.

Einstein understood this; he was always hanging out with children. In a way, children know more about who they are than we do. This is because children are naturally curious and brave. They aren't afraid to participate and try new things, and that's how they discover what they like and what they don't like. They are still connected to their innate sense of self because they work with the simplicity of their feelings - if it feels good, they do it, if it feels bad, they don't. It is a simple philosophy to live by, which is why it is so over-looked, but a wise one: it is absolutely crucial that we be connected to the wisdom of our own feelings if we are to live truly fulfilling lives.

Imagine a world where every child was treated with absolute respect and told that they are already amazing and gifted; where they were all treated equal and encouraged to work together doing what interests them the most so they can explore their unique gifts and talents and express them freely in a judgment free environment, without fear of failure or rejection.

What if the teachers role was not to discipline, grade and boss the children around, but instead guide and support them to do what is naturally inside them. What if teachers paid attention to their children’s needs and interests, and let them explore what they were most passionate about? What if instead of getting told off for fidgeting, you were encouraged to go have a dance? What if you were not punished for laughing or talking with your friends, but encouraged?

Instead, by the time we graduate high school, many of us have no clue who we are or what we love, so we decide to study business for a lack of better idea. We then get a job in the city, wearing the most impressive suit we can afford, with some shiny shoes and cufflinks to show the world we mean to be taken seriously, while secretly we spend all week waiting for the weekend so we can get as drunk as possible to forget about the fact we feel completely lost and unfulfilled.

Once upon a time, university was people's only option for receiving an education. But now that we have the internet, the idea of paying money to study something at Uni is absolutely ridiculous (depending on which course/profession). Even the idea of paying to study business doesn't seem reasonable when you consider all the resources now available online and in books. If you want to learn about art, go and do some art. If you want to work in media, buy a camera and start your project. All you need is passion, determination and a burning desire. All the resources you need are out there, and not just the information, but the contacts too; with all the social media available now, there are platforms everywhere that are designed to connect like-minded people.

Chances are one of the main reasons you are prepared to pay $50k and wait three to ten years is because you think you aren’t ready. Or perhaps it is to please your parents. If you aren’t 100% sure what to do and don’t have a burning passion that gets you out of bed in the morning: go travel, or simply explore your own city and community. Try new things. Meet new people. Step outside of your comfort zone. Have some fucking fun. Don’t just do a business degree for a lack of a better idea! Isn’t twelve years enough time wasted on our brain-numbing education system? This is your life! Don’t waste another day.

If you don’t know who you truly are and what you love the most, beyond any doubt – go find yourself a rabbit hole and find the fuck out. If you don’t ask questions and search for truth, you will never find it.

My true education began long after I left school and college; I learnt more during my 8 months of solo world travel than I did in a decade of living a "normal life" within the system. Learning about yourself is the most important, most rewarding thing you can do. But here's the catch: it takes time. And you have to make it. This is why, when I worked part time over the past few years and people labelled me as some "lazy hippy slacker", I would just roll my eyes. I knew that I was buying myself the most precious commodity: time. And I can tell you - it paid off.

Perhaps "Me” should be the main subject at school, with everything else based around it. It’s not selfish or self-absorbed, its practical and essential that we should know who we are and what we are capable of.

What many people seem to forget is that many schools are actually businesses. They are in it to make money off you. And they won’t tell you about the other cheaper options. If you can learn something naturally, why pay someone to teach you? Im guessing because you believe that you are not good (or smart) enough (you can thank our diabolical school system for your deeply ingrained lack of self-esteem and belief in oneself)

Not only does school brainwash us and waste our precious time, it also puts most of us off learning altogether. It destroys our sense of curiosity, and so we stop asking questions. Not only this, but we are also ingrained with the idea that once we graduate, it means we are now officially "educated". And this is a very dangerous belief indeed. 

Education Never Ends. 

“The fool believes himself to be wise, and the wise man knows he is a fool” - William Shakespeare


To think that so many people graduate school or university believing they are now officially an "educated" "intellectual", and that continuing their learning is unnecessary (especially if they have a large income) is concerning. To think that most people believe that by reading the newspaper, listening to the news or by subscribing to National Geographic, that they are an "informed intellectual".

Oh now that I have brought the media into this I’m really starting to sound like a “conspiracy theorist” aren't I? I understand that some of you may still be quite sensitive to the idea that you are a slave and that your masters don’t give a fuck about you and are intentionally dumbing you down and distracting you from what really matters, so lets lighten the mood with an innocent little game shall we? 

Lets use our imaginations and pretend: what if you suddenly realised that your education was corrupt and virtually pointless.

What if.

That you were turned into to a good little order-follower who won’t question authority or the status quo, that has been so put off by learning that you can't even be bothered looking up the information to see if its true.

Imagine that this programming continued long after you graduated in the form of the mainstream media and the social "ideals" presented to us left right and centre about how to be.

Imagine you barely knew yourself, because your values/the lens through which you see the world, was chosen for you.

That your education didn’t prepare you to succeed and flourish in the world, instead it was a streamlined brainwashing program, that tag teams with the media and our entertainment industry to turn you into a money making machine for the 1%. That you are actually highly uneducated.

Now here is the important part of this game: if that were true… 

what would you do?

I’m guessing that after you get over the initial shock and rage, and have calmed down, that one of the first things you would do is start seeking out knowledge and get yourself a real education!! Am I right? Suddenly the world would seem full of mystery again. Suddenly you would have a desperate thirst for knowledge. 

Well, I’m telling you right now... regardless of whether you believe there is any truth in my theory, it is in your best interest to keep a healthy level of curiosity and hunger for information alive within you. Seek out and uncover as much truth as you can.

We know the top 1% own at least 60% of the worlds resources. Have you ever really thought about what that actually means for us in our daily lives? It means they run everything.  They control our politicians, laws and therefore the school curriculum. And they purposely withhold information from us.

And the question is: what do they know that we don't?

They know things we can’t even imagine. They have technologies and abilities we can’t even dream of.

And to those of you who don't believe what I'm telling you: Im not telling you to believe me. Im telling you to go and check out the facts for yourself. There is more factual scientific evidence to prove this is true, than there is to disprove it. The only reason you have not come across it is because it will never be presented to you; you have to look for it, and it’s as simple as a google search away. The only difference between me and you is that I looked for it; I was curious. 

All the evidence is there... life changing information at your finger tips. But be quick now, “they” are beginning to tighten their grip on the internet too.

"to be nobody but yourself In a world that's doing it's very best, night and day, to make you everybody else means to fight the hardest battle which any human being can fight; and never stop fighting" - e.e cummings


Figure out who you really are.

Because the truth is more amazing than you could possibly imagine.

And for the love of god - send your children to an independent school like Steiner or Montessori.

and for those of you who are extra extra curious - a great talk by Sir Ken Robinson...