Witch & Wizard is like a Manga, but not quite; kinda like how Avatar: The Last Airbender is like an Anime, but not quite.
Witch & Wizard is a visual story of what to expect in a few years’ time, less the magic. One day, the MCs awake to find their world has changed entirely; a political movement had come out of nowhere and taken the country over by sheer popularity.
Yet, few actually seemed to notice it. In the MCs’ case, they’d been going about their days normally until one night when they’re abruptly shocked awake by military police crashing into their home unannounced. They are simply taken away, without due process, and separated from their parents. This new world — aptly called the “New Order” — has all the hallmarks of a New World Order (NWO), including almighty dictator, oppressive tyranny that everybody merely cheers on about, and surveillance like you wouldn’t believe thanks to all the Smart tech that’d already been rolled out.
Things end up happily for the MCs, but among media concerning the coming NWO Witch & Wizard is a rare gem in that it gives an accurate portrayal of the NWO’s completion of roll-out — while most people weren’t paying attention to the things they should’ve been paying attention to. This is the kind of thing Max Igan has been warning about for years now; even those who are awake continue misplacing their attention, arguing among fellow Red Pill-ers on who’s got the right view of Truth all the while the 5G/SmartGrid system is rolling out. They keep sitting tight, convinced the NWO will come in with a “bang,” while in reality the NWO keeps peacefully being rolled out and set in stone.
You won’t get the chance to bug-out/in when the NWO is completed; you’ll be Swatted one night, unexpectedly, while you’d been searching for that thing that’ll tell you unequivocally that the NWO has arrived. The NWO has already arrived; as Whit and Wisty found out the hard way in Witch & Wizard, the time to head them all off was back when the N(W)O was working on becoming more and more popular and powerful. That is, right now — while we can still do something about it.
Do whatever little or big thing you can to remove your support from this System; we’ll at least slow them up, that way. We just gotta realize that forcing ourselves into a bad state we can control now is better than being forced into the NWO’s bad state of affairs beyond our control; the latter is far worse than the former. Once we do that, and have no stake in an outcome, we’ll already be well on our way to making something Good happen.
Even doing nothing, so long as it’s not for the System, is better than not doing anything to stop it — yes, there is a difference between the two! Though, since we should set our attentions on something pertinent I’d suggest uniting against the 5G/SmartGrid system first. Then, perhaps we focus next on preserving our individual liberties namely Freedom of Speech.
Anyway…, if you’d like one helluva three-part visual novel for some bedtime reading with your family, or an easy-to-read variant of 1984 or similar works, then be sure to pick up Witch & Wizard! Maybe you’ll learn a thing or two about tyranny, and stopping it, while you’re at it…?