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The Disturbing Truth about Your Life (Read at your own risk)

Postby Scepcop » 10 Dec 2010, 15:31

Check out my new essay.

The Disturbing Truth about Your Life (Warning - Read at your own risk)

Dear Reader,

I am about to tell you some disturbing truths I've realized after meditating on them and studying various material from researchers for a long time. Now I have to warn you though, this is very disturbing and once you realize them, you will never look at the world and life the same away again. As they say "Once you see the prison bars, you cannot "unsee" them". So read at your own risk. Choose now whether you will take the "red pill" or the "blue pill". If you choose the latter, then stop now. But if you choose the former, then read on.

The disturbing truth is that you are a mind-controlled slave on a prison planet. In fact, we are all slaves to the economic system and the world itself is a global enslavement machine. But we are programmed with illusions that help us bear our enslavement so that we don't even see it. (All those science fiction films that depicted automaton braindead societies of the future or on other planets, were trying to tell you something after all)

Freedom, for the most part, is just a word, not an actual state of existence. If you think about it, the reason people (especially Americans) believe that they have freedom is simply because they are told that they do and their minds are programmed to think that they do, not because any real evidence supports it. In reality, from grade school you are controlled in every way and treated like a prisoner and slave, not as a free and liberated person.

If you think about it, the only reason you believe that you are living in "the land of the free" is not because it's true or backed by any objective evidence or reason, but because you were TOLD to believe it. It's no different than Christians believing that the Bible is God's word because they were TOLD that it was and so they accept it.

But your slavemasters need you to be satisfied with your enslavement to keep you controlled. In order to do that, they give you choices in work and consumerism and call that "freedom". So, you are "free" to choose your form of slavery and to vote for your puppet dictators in a circus show and charade known as the voting process, which gives the stupid an illusion of control. That is exactly why we need to be constantly reminded that we are "free". So we don't forget.

As Jeffrey Grupp of AntiMatter Radio (AntiMatterRadio.com) often says, "The world is a concentration camp where we are told that we are free."

Basically, you are tricked into thinking that you are free. The system switches the meaning of "slavery" and "freedom" around to mean their opposite. For example, when you become a slave to a corporation (aka "getting a job") the system calls that "exercising your freedom to work" even though it is really a part of your economic enslavement. And when you don't have a job, you are considered "a miserable unemployed person" with no purpose or function, which carries a negative connotation in the economic system of course. Thus being free of wage slavery is labeled negatively. This is how the mind control of the industrial system works. And you are supposed to agree with it of course, not question it.

This is not just physical enslavement, but enslavement of the MIND as well. Moreover, we are also slaves to our bosses, company, spouses, peers, media, parents, teachers, society, government, political system, ruling elite, and even our own implanted thoughts and desires, in direct and indirect ways, whether we are aware of it or not. Thus there is very little leeway for anything that we can call "freedom" (unless you consider having 20 flavors of bagels to choose from to be "freedom of choice").

You see, there's a reason why society is set up so that you don't have much free time. In your youth, school keeps you busy and preoccupied. Then, in your adult life, work keeps you busy on the treadmill. And in your spare time, the mainstream media holds your attention with the official version of everything. The reason for all this is that if you have too much free time to think about everything - life, existence, the world, etc. - you will eventually realize that you are a slave on a prison planet (ala Alex Jones' PrisonPlanet.com) and that most of what you are told is hogwash, lies and gross distortions. That's the scary part, that with too much free time comes a lot of disturbing but liberating truths, not just in terms of conspiracies, but about the nature of your existence itself. Thus, we are kept from all that by a society that keeps us busy and distracted, for most of us cannot handle the truth. Plus it is not in the interests of the powers that rule us to let us know the truth either, for whatever reason, so they keep us in a state of Zeitgeist (illusion).

In our subconscious minds, we all know that we are living an enslavement existence. But we don't want to face this, for we live in fear and feel helpless about it, so we just go along with it. To help us cope with it, we are programmed with delusions and mantras such as the myth of "living in a free country which makes us great" and "living to work and serve" so that we can find fulfillment and purpose in our enslavement. None of it makes any real sense and only serves to pacify and appease us.

And of course, you are also programmed to believe that "Authority = Truth" and that "Majority = Right". Thus, whatever you are TOLD is what you must believe, and if everyone else does too, then it must be right. So, according to this indoctrination, truth is NOT something you seek and investigate, it's whatever you are TOLD - plain and simple. Most accept this without inquiry. People are not programmed to seek truth or think for themselves. They are programmed to seek a good life and to serve the system. Thus, truth is not the highest value, conformity is.

In America, you are raised to believe that you are free and living in "the land of the free". Yet right when you enter public school, all your freedoms are taken away and you are controlled like in an Orwellian state. You are told what to do, what to think, what to believe, how to behave, etc. and PUNISHED for dissidence or disobedience. So, you are told one thing, and given the complete opposite! You'd have to be the biggest idiot not to see the total contradiction, yet because the US mind control system is so aggressive and effective, most don't, at least not consciously. So most people never question it, or if they do, they keep it in their private thoughts, because dissidence and nonconformity are NOT allowed in the school system.

See this video that explains how schools are essentially prisons that train slaves.



Those who run your media and education establishments are also programmed, just like you, but even more so. In order to serve in their managerial positions of influence, they are held to stricter standards by the controllers, and therefore must be controlled even more than you the sheeple are. Their job is not to teach you the truth, but to indoctrinate you with whatever those at the highest levels of power and influence - your slavemasters and above - want you to believe. These institutions do not teach you how to think, but what to think, cause that is their function.

Your mainstream media are not truth tellers or truth seeking investigators. They are public relations people for the official version of events - propagandists so to speak. Government, media and education are not there to teach truth to you or enlighten you. They are there to CONTROL you. That's their function. But you don't know that cause you are programmed to assume that "Authority = Truth" and that if everyone else believes it, then it must be true.

William Colby, former director of the CIA, upon retirement came out and said, "The Central Intelligence Agency owns everyone of any significance in the major media." This makes sense, and explains why even though it is an established fact that the CIA is involved with drug trafficking into the US, the mainstream media don't report such things (except for one report by Mike Wallace which was quickly pulled from the air). In fact there are hundreds of dark disturbing truths about history and world events that the major media, if it cared about the truth, should be reporting on but they don't. The CIA/drug trafficking connection is just one of many.

Now think about it. Does the government ever tell you to think for yourself? Hello no. Does the school system urge you to think for yourself? Nope. Does the mainstream media ever encourage you to think for yourself? No way. What does that tell you? Is society all about truth, or control? Meditate on this and it becomes obvious - that you've been duped and controlled all along.

Look at the big newscasters such as Bill O'Reilly of Fox and Anderson Cooper of CNN. Why do you think they are so narrow, judgmental, arrogant, ignorant, dumb and small minded? (which clearly shows on their facial expression) Why do you think they ridicule and attack everything that strays from the status quo? Why do they have that "everything outside the box is bullshit" on their faces? Why do they look so "programmed", embodying a "herd mentality"? Why doesn't the big corporate media pick newscasters who are wiser, more intellectual and more awake, and less programmed? It's because these figures are how YOU are supposed to be. YOU are supposed to be just like them - narrow, ignorant, dumb and small minded. These figures define the limits of your intelligence. You are NOT supposed to be smarter than them. You are not supposed to be intellectual, awake, wise or free-thinking. You are supposed to be a conformist with a herd mentality, no different than they are.

No one who truly seeks the truth or speaks the truth gets put into positions of influence by the big corporate media nor into top positions of power in the US government. No way. And besides, the fundamental nature of power attracts evil and corruptible types. Thus, good people do not usually seek power. Evil people do. As a result, most people who attain power tend to be evil, deceitful and sociopathic, not good, honest or sympathetic. We see this all throughout history. That is the sad reality of the nature of power and the types of individuals it attracts - conniving, lying, sociopathic, evil personas who maintain the facade of being good while their actions are the exact opposite.

The elite (our slavemasters) want ignorance, not awareness. They want you thinking about stupid things like celebrity gossip and pseudo-social issues like "gay rights in the military", etc. Why do you think they spend hours covering such useless and irrelevant topics, and when they occasionally cover more important subjects, they only have a few minutes due to "time constraints"? They cater to the stupid, and insult the intelligence of the wise everyday. In short, they are idiots who demand that YOU be an idiot too.

You are a slave, puppet, and toy to your controllers. That's all you are. These slavemasters have engineered the deaths of millions before all throughout history, through all sorts of ways you couldn't even begin to imagine. So what value are you to them? You're just an ant to them.

Why else do you think world events are insane and irrational? Why do you think there is so much unnecessary suffering, wars and bloodshed? Why don't logic, reason and fair compromise solve the world's problems like it should? Why do you think society and life are set up to be full of stress, fear, worry, etc. when they don't need to be?

Obviously your slavemasters want it that way. They don't want peace and harmony. They are nothing like you. They do not think like you, feel like you do, and they have no empathy with you at all. You're just a toy to them, and a disposable one. Their plans and agenda are unknown to you, and if you knew what they were, they'd be far too disturbing anyway. So it's better you don't know.

The neverending conflict in the Middle East for example, is not necessary at all if you think about it. The average common person who is just trying to make a living has NO REASON to be in a war with another common person across the border. It's an EVIL ELITE CABAL in power (at the top and behind the shadows) that is orchestrating this perpetual unnecessary conflict for some diabolical purpose, and MANIPULATING the common people against each other and DIVIDING them through religion, race, etc. Otherwise, none of it makes any sense.

Likewise, the major wars like Vietnam, Iraq and even WWII, which resulted in millions of casualties and bloodshed, were not necessary or logical. They were engineered and calculated by evil cabals, with lies and excuses as the cover for them. If you do the research, you will discover this. Most historians only know the official version of things. They do not even know how Hitler was funded and who was behind it. They just assume he came out of nowhere and brought up a bankrupt Germany to power by being a great orator only. But if you look up which organizations and individuals funded Adolf Hitler and brought him to power, which you were never told in school, the "hidden hands" become apparent. And if you research the Bush family, you will find that they have connections to funding Hitler, the JFK Assassination, Watergate, CIA drug running, 9/11, and many other crimes which are "above the law". (See "Family of Secrets: The Bush Dynasty" by Russ Baker) The rabbit hole gets deeper and more terrible the more you learn about all this.

All we know for sure is that these "slavemasters" do not thrive on peace, justice and harmony, but on suffering, stress, fear, conflict, division, inequity, bloodshed, evil, oppression, etc. for that is exactly what they have created and engineered throughout history. They've engineered and funded wars, revolutions, oppression, famines, mass murders, global events, assassinations, terrorist attacks, etc. while feeding the public lies and cover stories about them (aka the official version of history and events). Do a little research and you will find this out.

Had they wanted to, the controllers could have engineered a peaceful harmonious world centuries ago. But they didn't and have their reasons. They are not reasons you would be able to understand or accept though, for they are not like you and do not think like you. You can't comprehend them. All you can do is realize the truth about your enslaved existence and how you are controlled and programmed, so that you can "wake up" so to speak.

Now, whether there is a coordinated grand conspiracy at the top (e.g. Illuminati, Bilderberg, Freemasons, Secret Societies) and what forces are behind them (Satan, demons, interdimensional beings, or just plain evil people) and how high up they go, are all subject to debate. However, what we do know for sure is that we are mind controlled, enslaved, and lied to. That much is certain.

Moreover, as part of the control system, virtually everything that can set you free has been painted as evil. As one fan of David Icke put it:

"Everything that can set you free has been painted as evil... It's called the "scarecrow technique" and it's used for basically everything that might set us free - through a variety of mindless religions, such as science skepticism, judeo christianity, anti-drug, capitalism, and psychiatry. If people are screaming "evil", there's a good chance so long as it's not hurting someone, that it is actually the path to freedom."

The more you think about all this and meditate on it, the more obvious it all becomes - that you are enslaved, living an enslavement existence and that your mind and beliefs are programmed (not with truth). Along with this realization comes a sense of helplessness and hopelessness, which is natural since after all, what can you do against a whole global system of enslavement, propaganda and mind control? You can't change it, so isn't it better you remain ignorant and not realize the truth?

These are all very disturbing realizations no doubt. It is certainly not pleasant to realize all of this. I won't lie to you about that. But this is not just about government being corrupt (which everyone already knows). No. This goes far beyond that into the realization that most of everything you've been told about the world turns out to be false. As Mark Twain said, "The trouble with the world is not that people know too little, but that they know so many things that ain't so."

But it is liberating though, in that once you realize that you were a programmed slave all along, and woken up from it, you are finally free to set your own path and destiny, think for yourself, and realize what you truly are and have been all along - infinite consciousness. That is why the Neo character in "The Matrix" chose to take the "red pill". He knew that when he woke up and discovered the truth about reality, it would be very disturbing and unpleasant. But as Frederich Nietze said, "No price is too high to pay for the value of owning yourself."

Here is an important lesson. Truth is not something that's handed to you on a silver platter (and this not only goes for the mainstream media, but for the alternative media and conspiracy culture as well). It is something you gotta DIG for constantly, and even then, you will only get fragments of it. The problem is that most assume that truth is handed to you on a silver platter by your media and education establishment, and thus is simply the official version of things that we are told. The trick is to set yourself free from that. Therefore, it's smart and progressive to question things, even cherished beliefs. When you do, you often find that the official version of things is often not the truth. That is the disturbing but liberating realization that you come to eventually. It's a painful process, but once it's done, you will be glad you did, for nothing beats the value of freedom.

Finally, you can take solace in this. If our universe is holographic and fractal in nature, then any change in one of its parts affects the fabric of the whole. Thus, your awakening does affect the matrix as a whole, similar to the so called "Hundredth Monkey Effect". As Gandhi said, "You must become the change you wish to see in the world."

Now, no one is asking you to go out there and awaken or change the world. That would be an unfair burden. But if you can help or awaken even 2 or 3 people among your family and friends, and show them that they can free themselves from living in fear, then you will have done your part and made a difference. If we all do that, and those we help in turn help others, then our awakening will multiply exponentially. You can start of course, by forwarding this essay to everyone you know, to help plant some seeds. :)

The biggest lie that the controllers tell us is this: They want us to believe that without a ruling hierarchical structure, chaos will erupt and looting will occur everywhere. Therefore, we need to be controlled, like animals. This is pure fearmongering, and nothing could be further from the truth. In reality, a population with an awakened consciousness will be fit to rule themselves without the need for coercion by dictatorial rulers and governments. But society has done everything it can to keep us from awakening, keeping us in a state of fear consciousness and stress instead. They don't want us to know the nature of our true power and what we are. But we are consciousness, and we can change that by simply making a choice. The future of the world is in our hands. Will you choose fear or love?


Related Links and Videos:

Article: Why the World is a Global Enslavement System and You Don't Know It

Video - Herd Mentality: The Schooling System

Video - The Story of Your Enslavement

Recommended book: To learn more about how to think for yourself, I recommend you read Darryl Sloan's "Reality Check". It's the best book I've seen that teaches you to think for yourself and see through harmful and bogus belief systems. It is very easy-to-read, thought-provoking and priceless. You can order it, read sample chapters and listen to its audio intro at http://darrylsloan.wordpress.com/reality-check/

To learn more about mass mind control in America, go to YouTube or Google and enter these names in their search engines to pull up their work and videos: David Icke, Alex Jones, Michael Tsarion, Jordan Maxwell, Jesse Ventura (not that everything they say is true, but their work does contain a lot of truths and insights into the real nature of things).
“Devotion to the truth is the hallmark of morality; there is no greater, nobler, more heroic form of devotion than the act of a man who assumes the responsibility of thinking.” - Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged
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Postby ProfWag » 10 Dec 2010, 18:55

Your "essay" is really nothing more than your opinion without referencing any facts. Considering the source, it not only didn't disturb me, but made me giggle. Your comment/opinion of American freedom is quite unfounded. As a person who has lived in 4 countries, and visited over 25 others, I have concluded that Americans have as much freedom as any other country and more than most. Try spitting on a sidewalk in Singapore or having an affair in Iran. Also try saying anything negative about KIM Jong II in North Korea or allow your daughter to get an education in Afghanistan (at least the way it was just a couple years ago.) No, no thanks, I'll put my freedom up against anyone's in the world, thank you very much.
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Postby Scepcop » 10 Dec 2010, 22:37

You are comparing America with small fascist countries. Try comparing it with Holland, or Russia, or the Philippines. People experience far more freedom there. I can go on for hours about it, and so can my friends.

Most Europeans can cite many specific examples of how America has less freedoms than they have. But that's another topic.
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Postby derrida » 10 Dec 2010, 23:08

this wasnt disturbing nor thought provoking.. this was actually funny
is like reading the unabomber manifesto. there´s no facts in it.. just opinions and fantasies

i think the greatest quote was that
there are interdimentional beings in control of the world.. what are your sources??

oh right.. an ex-footballer that believes in shapeshifting lizards without any proof of it.
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Postby caniswalensis » 10 Dec 2010, 23:25

YARRRGH! I shouldn't have read it!

My safe and comforting illusion of freedom has been shattered, along with my fragile mind!

I'm a broken man. Please, someone get me a shrink to help me deal with this. :shock:

(OK, that is quite a bit more derisive sarcasm than I usually like to indulge in, but I couldn't think of any other way to respond to this one. Sorry Winston, but I need you to back this up with some actual information before I can give you a serious opinion on it. )

Edit: I will say this: The constant referencing of "The Matrix" by conspiracy theorists is becoming quite tiresome. It was just a movie, guys. No matter mow badly you want it to be true, it's just not. No matter how badly you want to think of yourself a a gun-toting, wall-running, bad-ass freedom fighter with super powers, you are just not. However, if you must use this movie to vainly try to support your one world reptilian government fantasies, please actually watch it at least once, and maybe take notes so that you can get the name of the main character right. It makes you look bad when you get that wrong.
Scepcop wrote:That is why the Nero character in "The Matrix" chose to take the "red pill". He knew that when he woke up and discovered the truth about reality, it would be very disturbing and unpleasant. But as Frederich Nietze said, "No price is too high to pay for the value of owning yourself."
"It is proper for you to doubt ... do not go upon report ... do not go upon tradition ... do not go upon hear-say." ~ Buddha
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Postby ProfWag » 11 Dec 2010, 01:51

Scepcop wrote:You are comparing America with small fascist countries. Try comparing it with Holland, or Russia, or the Philippines. People experience far more freedom there. I can go on for hours about it, and so can my friends.

Most Europeans can cite many specific examples of how America has less freedoms than they have. But that's another topic.

Before I get started, let my just mention how ironic it is that I spent 24 years of my life in the military, supporting the fight for freedom that allows you to say whatever the hell you want.
Okay, back on topic.
I'm comparing America with Italy, England, Portugal, Germany, Poland, Austria, Qatar, Iraq, Afghanistan, Slovenia, Tunisia, France, Croatia, and a slew of other countries for which I have first-hand knowledge of.
As for the Phillipines, Russia, etc., what do you consider freedom? Perhaps my view of freedom is different from yours? For example, the following quotes are from the 2010 Index of Economic Freedom:
"The Philippines is weak in business freedom, investment freedom, property rights, and freedom from corruption. The government imposes formal and non-formal barriers to foreign investment. Reflecting a lack of domestic economic dynamism, the Philippines still relies heavily on remittances from abroad. The judicial system remains weak and vulnerable to political influence."
Additionally:
"The government’s failure to do anything substantial to liberalize the economy has set back efforts to attract much-needed foreign investment in basic industries and infrastructure, and the Philippines continues a long slide from being one of Asia’s richest economies to being one of its poorest."
Further:
"The government influences prices through state-owned enterprises and utilities and controls the prices of electricity distribution, water, telecommunications, and most transportation services. Price ceilings are usually imposed on basic commodities only in emergencies, and presidential authority to impose controls to check inflation or ease social tension is rarely exercised."
Finally:
"The judicial system is weak. Judges are nominally independent, but some are corrupt or have been appointed strictly for political reasons. Organized crime is a serious problem. Despite some progress, enforcement of intellectual property rights remains problematic."
So, once again, I think we should possibly discuss what we each consider "freedom." You first...
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Postby Arouet » 11 Dec 2010, 03:46

Ok Scepcop, once I've accepted the truth of my life, what's next?
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Postby derrida » 11 Dec 2010, 11:42

Arouet wrote:Ok Scepcop, once I've accepted the truth of my life, what's next?


i will spoon feed you arouet.. next
accept shape shifting lizards from another dimension rule the world

take the green pill..
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Postby NinjaPuppy » 11 Dec 2010, 21:26

Winston - I can agree with many of your ideas in your essay as control over the masses has been something that has been around since the beginning of time. However, I don't see it as some government plot or mind control sort of thing. To me it's simple human nature. Give someone (anyone) the feeling of power and control over others and they will go with it. Perhaps it can be considered a human instinct or survival tactic?

As far as the American school systems goes, it may or may not be a good system but anything that gave me a few hours break from my two kids was a good thing. :D Decades ago, a mother would send the kids off to school 5 mornings a week and that gave the average mom the chance to do her work. Some worked outside the home in business and earned a second paycheck and some stayed in the home doing the housewifey stuff such as cleaning, cooking etc. Trust me, with either type of job, it's work. Now a mom sends the kids off to school and wonders if they're going to come home in a body bag.

I'm sure that many parents look at schools as nothing more than unpaid babysitters. Certainly not all parents, but those who don't give a flying crap about what little Johnny does is part of the reason that schools are set up the way that they are. The older the child, the bigger the problems. Without rules and regulations it would be impossible to control hundreds of kids contained in one building with a handful of adults. When was the last time you had 20 or 30 little children at your house for a kids birthday party with NO other adult help? Have you even seen 20 children cooped up in a room after consuming some soda and birthday cake? It's similar to a nuclear holocaust if you can't maintain control and those kids WANT to be there. They're HAPPY to be there.

I am reading your essay from a woman's point of view. Yes, it all makes sense to me but I see it from a slightly different angle because I grew up during a time when women had finally been given the same rights as a man but they were NOT yet socially accepted. You think that YOU are a slave of the establishment? Walk a mile in my manolo blahniks and you might have a difference of opinion.

Now, whether there is a grand conspiracy at the top (e.g. Illuminati, Bilderberg, Secret Societies) and what forces are behind them (Satan, demons, interdimensional beings, etc) and how high up they go, are all subject to debate. However, what we do know for sure is that we are mind controlled and enslaved. That much is certain.

To really understand the motivation of these forces, let's add religion into the mix and bring up the "Seven Deadly Sins". Now there's a psychological plethora of double standards. It's the standard life plan for the elite and a sin for the filthy masses. A simple case of the "haves" and the "have nots". This religious idea has been around since the 4th century and really got good press around the 14th century. That goes to show you that the media has been controlled by some form of 'government' be it political or religious for a heck of a lot longer than the secret societies. The so called secret societies just use those basics to their advantage but it seems to me that good old "GREED" is on top of this smelly pile of crap. Without greed, the other six vices are hard to maintain in your everyday life.

So in essence, we are all greedy SOBs at our own level. Since most of us are not handed the keys to the kingdom we are required by those who are, to work for a little taste of what they have. Sometimes we even believe that crap but we find out sooner or later that it was just a temporary situation. Not that the elite haven't also had that same experience. Empire rise and empires fall. One day you're on the top of the world and the next day you can be watching info-mercials on daytime TV.

Nobody does this to us. We do it to ourself in some bastardized search for what is called 'happiness'. Who ever said that a human being is programmed for happiness? Humans are programmed for survival, period. Survival of the fittest is the bottom line and every greedy SOB out there will use that to their personal advantage to make their survival as comfortable as possible.
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Postby derrida » 11 Dec 2010, 21:44

NinjaPuppy wrote:Winston - I can agree with many of your ideas in your essay as control over the masses has been something that has been around since the beginning of time. However, I don't see it as some government plot or mind control sort of thing. To me it's simple human nature. Give someone (anyone) the feeling of power and control over others and they will go with it. Perhaps it can be considered a human instinct or survival tactic?

As far as the American school systems goes, it may or may not be a good system but anything that gave me a few hours break from my two kids was a good thing. :D Decades ago, a mother would send the kids off to school 5 mornings a week and that gave the average mom the chance to do her work. Some worked outside the home in business and earned a second paycheck and some stayed in the home doing the housewifey stuff such as cleaning, cooking etc. Trust me, with either type of job, it's work. Now a mom sends the kids off to school and wonders if they're going to come home in a body bag.

I'm sure that many parents look at schools as nothing more than unpaid babysitters. Certainly not all parents, but those who don't give a flying crap about what little Johnny does is part of the reason that schools are set up the way that they are. The older the child, the bigger the problems. Without rules and regulations it would be impossible to control hundreds of kids contained in one building with a handful of adults. When was the last time you had 20 or 30 little children at your house for a kids birthday party with NO other adult help? Have you even seen 20 children cooped up in a room after consuming some soda and birthday cake? It's similar to a nuclear holocaust if you can't maintain control and those kids WANT to be there. They're HAPPY to be there.

I am reading your essay from a woman's point of view. Yes, it all makes sense to me but I see it from a slightly different angle because I grew up during a time when women had finally been given the same rights as a man but they were NOT yet socially accepted. You think that YOU are a slave of the establishment? Walk a mile in my manolo blahniks and you might have a difference of opinion.

Now, whether there is a grand conspiracy at the top (e.g. Illuminati, Bilderberg, Secret Societies) and what forces are behind them (Satan, demons, interdimensional beings, etc) and how high up they go, are all subject to debate. However, what we do know for sure is that we are mind controlled and enslaved. That much is certain.

To really understand the motivation of these forces, let's add religion into the mix and bring up the "Seven Deadly Sins". Now there's a psychological plethora of double standards. It's the standard life plan for the elite and a sin for the filthy masses. A simple case of the "haves" and the "have nots". This religious idea has been around since the 4th century and really got good press around the 14th century. That goes to show you that the media has been controlled by some form of 'government' be it political or religious for a heck of a lot longer than the secret societies. The so called secret societies just use those basics to their advantage but it seems to me that good old "GREED" is on top of this smelly pile of crap. Without greed, the other six vices are hard to maintain in your everyday life.

So in essence, we are all greedy SOBs at our own level. Since most of us are not handed the keys to the kingdom we are required by those who are, to work for a little taste of what they have. Sometimes we even believe that crap but we find out sooner or later that it was just a temporary situation. Not that the elite haven't also had that same experience. Empire rise and empires fall. One day you're on the top of the world and the next day you can be watching info-mercials on daytime TV.

Nobody does this to us. We do it to ourself in some bastardized search for what is called 'happiness'. Who ever said that a human being is programmed for happiness? Humans are programmed for survival, period. Survival of the fittest is the bottom line and every greedy SOB out there will use that to their personal advantage to make their survival as comfortable as possible.


Im not sure if you read winton´s article properly
and accepted the idea that interdimensional shapeshifting lizards control the world
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Postby NinjaPuppy » 11 Dec 2010, 22:25

Im not sure if you read winton´s article properly and accepted the idea that interdimensional shapeshifting lizards control the world

I'm a woman.... all men are interdimensional shapeshifting lizards to me. ;)
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Postby ProfWag » 11 Dec 2010, 23:49

NinjaPuppy wrote:
Im not sure if you read winton´s article properly and accepted the idea that interdimensional shapeshifting lizards control the world

I'm a woman.... all men are interdimensional shapeshifting lizards to me. ;)

Now see, that's funny!!! Even being a man, I can relate.
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Postby Arouet » 12 Dec 2010, 01:13

NinjaPuppy wrote:Winston - I can agree with many of your ideas in your essay as control over the masses has been something that has been around since the beginning of time. However, I don't see it as some government plot or mind control sort of thing. To me it's simple human nature. Give someone (anyone) the feeling of power and control over others and they will go with it. Perhaps it can be considered a human instinct or survival tactic?


I think this is true to an extent. Even before humans were human there was organization: at least a pack leader. Animals have long realised that at least some sort of hierarchy aided survival of a community. Humans obviously took this much further.

Without rules and regulations it would be impossible to control hundreds of kids contained in one building with a handful of adults.


This, his anarchist video implies that we should just let the kids do whatever they want, with no directly, or discipline.

I am reading your essay from a woman's point of view. Yes, it all makes sense to me but I see it from a slightly different angle because I grew up during a time when women had finally been given the same rights as a man but they were NOT yet socially accepted. You think that YOU are a slave of the establishment? Walk a mile in my manolo blahniks and you might have a difference of opinion.


Problem is, Scepcop hasn't defined freedom nor slavery. He presents an naive idea of everyone just doing what they want. He seems to think that back in the early days of humanity, before government came around, that everyone just frolicked in the grass and sang songs. Problem is, what they were really doing was a daily struggle for survival, hunting and gathering, defending themselves from predators, seeking shelter. In order to aid with this hierarchical structures developed - why? Because otherwise they would all be dead, and we wouldn't be here today.

Freedom is a relative concept. One is not "free" or "not free" - there are degrees.
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Postby derrida » 12 Dec 2010, 01:52

what!?!??!
are you implying that Winston is Naive!?!??!
no way!!

he is smart enought to know about Icke´s interdimensional shapeshifting lizards!!!
this guy can whip your butt with his intellect! (or youtubellect.. not sure if that word exists)
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Postby NinjaPuppy » 12 Dec 2010, 05:40

Arouet wrote:Problem is, Scepcop hasn't defined freedom nor slavery. He presents an naive idea of everyone just doing what they want. He seems to think that back in the early days of humanity, before government came around, that everyone just frolicked in the grass and sang songs. Problem is, what they were really doing was a daily struggle for survival, hunting and gathering, defending themselves from predators, seeking shelter. In order to aid with this hierarchical structures developed - why? Because otherwise they would all be dead, and we wouldn't be here today.

Freedom is a relative concept. One is not "free" or "not free" - there are degrees.

I always believed that a human being was happy until someone else came along and told him/her that they weren't happy. You can't miss something that you never had. If you believe that you are free, then you are. Yes Arouet, you are correct....freedom is a relative concept.
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