posted on May, 10 2018 @ 05:23 AM
a reply to: Riffrafter
Psychological experimentation of this sort is... well its frankly barbaric.
I am not a man possessed of a weak stomach, and have a clinical approach to matters. I have long stated that the sanitisation of news media, the
editing out of the harsh realities of death and life from all reportage, the failure to display all the morbid elements of life completely and
honestly, is a massive error, because it fools the population into a comfort zone they have no right or reason to occupy. Its a harsh world, and being
so caught up in propriety that we hide from its worst, means we are less prepared than we need to be, to ensure that the future contains only the best
of what the human race has to offer.
Forcing people who do not have that approach, and could be negatively effected by a piece of film, to expose themselves to visual information that
they are too weak to withstand the effects of, is simply barbarism, it is akin to rubbing a persons brain matter down with high grit sandpaper, and
expecting them to survive it intact. Until the society of which we are a part is uniformly wise enough, educated enough, disciplined enough and strong
enough to absorb data without being controlled by it, forcing people into situations where they cannot avoid exposure to something potentially
damaging to their mental health, is a vile and immoral thing to do!
Just on that basis alone, he ought to be investigated, but you add the other things in the article to that, and you have grounds for a serious root
and branch deconstruction of his entire history in practice, if you ask me. Theres something deeply unsettling about this whole affair.