posted on Nov, 9 2002 @ 06:11 PM
God Echelon, and I bet you think the Soviet Union had democracy too? Do you know they did EXACTLY if not worse, than what hitler did?
When a child was born, they'd have the family stand before a "court" and the "judge" would tell the family that it is their duty to raise a good
and loyal worker for the communist party of the Soviet Union.
When the child was at school...they'd be taught how to "fear bad answers" which is expressed excellently in the documentary filmed during the
soviet union (which was illegal) by a film maker about his daughter.
He'd ask her a few questions once each year, such as What do you want to be? What do you fear most?
When she was a little kid she feared most the Witch...you know kid things...but by the time she was seven she already feared answering wrongly...or
giving "bad answers"
Also this same documentary captures the Communist youth (not sure of what they were called) giving their oath to the communist party
leaders.....thousands upon thousands of children would sit as their spokes child gave his speech...every time he'd say something like "the great
soviet union" they'd all respond with something like "and may we loyaly serve".
Another question asked the daughter was "how do you feel", the dad would ask her this multiple times, including every time a "leader" died, such
She'd always say...sad...sad that such a great man has died, I only hope that they choose another man as great as he.
And her "what do you fear most" turned from answering wrongly (now she knew exactly what to fear) to War..."I fear war, I hope that the Americans
do not start a nuclear war, blah blah..."
And this was around mid 80s. late 80s......I don't know about any of you, but there hasn't been a need for americans to fear "War" in such a large
scale since 1960s.
More Brainwashing, just like in 1984 where they bombed their own people so that they feared war, and they felt that they had to be absolutely loyal to
defeate the enemy.
Only because of Gorbechev did they ever have any hope in releiving this oppression...by having the propoganda removed, and the social restrictions
And still his "unpopularity" for allowing this much freedom was very well expressed...as people would say "I wish things were like the old way,
this wouldn't be happening otherwise" or "this is all gorbechev's fault, he's brought ruin upon us".
Until of course the revolution following the Soviet Coup where they all finally decided to throw down the shackles of communist soviet union.
There....Echelon...is a brief view of the Symbol you wear as an Avatar.