posted on Sep, 3 2014 @ 04:48 AM
To anyone unfamiliar with the concept of thoughtcrime (properly spelled as one word) as illustrated in George Orwell's 1984 - where the term Big
Brother comes from - you will need either to research it or read the book.
Thoughtcrime is plainly NOT the same as truly criminal thought and behavior; in fact it's quite the opposite.
What such "criminals" are absolutely NOT is basically anyone who gets any (at least significant enough) attention from or coverage by the popular
media, no matter how vile, violent and otherwise unpopular (overall) or not they are or aren't. We are at THE very top of the list of the ignored. We
are unrelated to the prescribed, useless, futile spinning-the-wheels-in-neutral routine of the conservative versus liberal, Democrip versus
Rebloodlican (in the US), religion versus atheism etc. paradigm.
Perhaps a close enough general term for the only REAL "thought criminals" would be the "new agers," though that's not to say everyone under that
basic label is of the same mindset, personality, agenda. Probably most essentially, to me, being "new age" is about having enough honesty and
humility to admit that no one actually KNOWS any of the greater truths - as in matters of the intelligently unseen (IU) - and that ONLY knowledge and
its practical applications matter. It's about DESIRE, not mere belief. There's much more to it, and to the extent mere words can express.
Actually thoughtcrime is a silly and meaningless word, used only as hyperbole to make a point.