"The Matrix was a documentary." —Keanu Reeves
A wonderful message from Keanu Reeves about the current situation:
A war is underway that will shape the future of human existence and the world we leave to our children is silently optimistic about the future because humanity shows signs of breaking the matrix.
The human race has been reduced to slavery for thousands of years, we have been kept in a mental prison by dark elites and secret societies who have done their best to oppress us and prevent us from achieving our potential.
The real world matrix is starting to crack.
Humanity shows signs of the release of the matrix.
What a time to be alive!
Exciting times we live in.
Yes, of course, there are many people who are only interested in the Kardashians, but a large portion of the population has been awakened.
The most important thing is that there is now a war between our supreme masters and those who want to free us.
What is the matrix?
The matrix is a holographic universe projected into us by those who want to control us.
Humanity has been repressed and controlled in this way for millennials.
We think it's real, but in reality it's just a movie that's playing in the collective consciousness, which presents itself as "reality".
This is a spiritual shift that needs to take place.
People have had enough of useless wars, totalitarian leadership and authoritarian control.
People wake up to what's really important in life.
It is time to regain our infinite power and open the doors of our mental prison.
It is not an easy thing to do, but it is time to walk in the light of freedom.
"Here's the thing about feelings: They're so much easier to control than facts...Right now, you’re feeling good about what you’ve done. You should. It was a victory. Bravo. Now what? You’ve come here to negotiate some kind of deal? You think you hold all the cards, because you can do whatever you want in this world. I say: go for it. Remake it. Knock yourselves out. Paint the sky with rainbows. But here’s the thing: the sheeple aren’t going anywhere. They like my world. They don’t want this sentimentality. They don’t want freedom or empowerment. They want to be controlled. They crave the comfort of certainty. And that means you two, back in your pods, unconscious and alone, just like them." —The Analyst (Neil Patrick Harris), The Matrix 4: Resurrections