reply to post by Doomzilla
The point here, beyond the programming that is employed to create the circular logic that binds people hopelessly into a unjust and corrupt system
with no real mechanism to influence it or change it through it's laws designed to make sure no individual or honest group of individuals legally can,
is that there really are ways and mechanisms those who don't want to feed the beast, can do so.
I call it the beast because it is a beastly system, which is quite easily evidenced in the beastly behavoir of those who worship it and praise it and
submit to it in every way as a false virtue.
It is a system built on brute force, might makes right, murder, theft, extorsion and all manner of cruelties.
Much of what binds people into it, and woshipping it is based on convenience (yes it takes a little more effort to peddle your bicycle 12 miles to
tribal land to shop, as opposed to driving your car a few blocks to the nearest Wal-Mart to buy the cheap foreign goods, one needs too, to make sure
Americans have no jobs) and it's based on threat (do this, do that, don't do this, don't do that, or go to jail and be publicly humiliated).
So yes as we can see here well evidenced in this thread those attempts to humiliate when it comes to promoting that circular logic of the rules that
are designed to prevent this thought and freedom robbing system from changing, in what could best be described as an ego driven sport, where in
reality the only thing of value the system really does offer is the notions of absolution from adhering to the constructs, promoting and defending
them, that keeps the brute force of the State from being directed at you.
While many pretend what people like me do is wrong or foolish, there attempts to humiliate those that are not so lazy, so stupid, or so unwise as to
feed this beast, are really more about convincing the beast that they aren't that person, or that kind of person, by publicly decreeing that they
aren't, by assailing publicly those that are.
They do this primarily out of fear, because they are fearful of challenging the beast and speaking ill of it, they believe it's safer and wiser to
praise it and worship it and extoll all others to do the same, and while deep down they know this is why they live on a war torn planet of perpetual
violence, scarcity and deprivation, they are so afraid of loosing the little that they do have, that they serve the beast willingly in this fashion.
Amazingly they either don't seem to notice, or pretend to not notice, that the little the Beast allows them, becomes smaller, and smaller, as the
Beast grows in it's power, and becomes more secure in it's own position.
They feel that's it's better to mimic and parrot the Beast's lies, that things will get better, and they are only 'not so good' because some other
person or entity that isn't obeying and serving the Beast caused these setbacks and hardships.
Most of all they are terrified of the beast though, and feel the best way to avoid it's wrath, is to promote it and praise it and assail those that
Amazingly many of them are religious and their own religions warn them not to do that, but they do it anyway.
They desperately want and need to believe one person can't make a difference even though history is full of such individuals because they know if they
choose to be that one person who tries, it means eventually facing the wrath of the beast.
They also know two more important things, that ultimately when the beast is destroyed, and the beast is always destroyed in the end, that they will
pay a personal price for having worshipped and served it. They also know as the Beast battles to perpetuate itself and it's power and hedgemony that
those who struggle against the Beast are bound to trigger collective punishments by the Beast that effect them too.
After all isn't that what the Patriot Act, Homeland Security, and the TSA are all about? Why good paying jobs for the masses have all but been
eliminated by the Corporate elite?
So it is fear by and large that compells them, false hope that sustains them, and desperation that often motivates them, in that selfish endeavor to
not have to be the kind of honest and noble person who will speak to the truth and attempt to right real wrongs.
Because they are all about safety and might makes right, yes they do tend to band together in that endeavor.
They are very good at lying to themselves and fooling themselves and arriving at false conclusions and yes, they do get most angry when there is
someone present who wisely and bravely speaks to the truth.
They seem to hope if they repeat the lie often enough and get enough other people to repeat it often enough it will become the truth.
The very definition of Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.
Aspiring to the lowest possible common denominator, the false safety of the herd, the false absolution of worshipping and praising the beast, they do
of course become most irate at those individuals who shun those things.
edit on 11/2/11 by ProtoplasmicTraveler because: (no reason given)