posted on May, 26 2011 @ 05:01 PM
This is a discussion about the two most powerful forces of manipulation, hate and pride. How does it work - I will explain.
How do convince someone that they are not controlled by an external force?
A) Conceal it from their awareness
B) Substitute it for their awareness
C) Promote it for the empowerment of the individual
Solution A has a problem, in that, once discovered, the control ceases to be effective.
Solution B is a stronger dellusion, as the individual will assume that control inputs from the system are a product of thier "free choice" even if
the control offers limited and linear choices.
Solution C is the strongest, as individuals will be willingly controlled as they deem the control to be a sense of power over others.
However, the problem, the last problem with C, is that if the entire population has the same degree of power, the control is revealed to have a
greater amount of power than the individuals, and for this reason, a pyramidal structure is ideal, as individuals can hope to attain "higher powers"
by climbing the ranks. However, paradoxically, those that climb higher in the pyramid, are essentially exposing themselves to higher and higer degrees
of control, and thus, in actual terms, a reduced amount of power, carrying out the instructions of the signal feedback from those at the bottom level
of the pyramid.
How does hate come into the equation - hate is the best seasoning for solution C, as a common enemy, and a perceived advantage is an idea way to
ensure solidarity between those who are controlled - the "enemy" presumably those who are unable to be controlled, and those who have the
opportunity to "change sides". Given a sense of hate, pride will be the antithesis for feelings of hatred, as pride will create a sense of
superiority that creates a sense of justification against the object of ones hatred.
If we examine closely, the enemy is a control system, substituting one control system for another, is simply foolish. A control system cannot be
hated, it cannot really even be called an enemy, rather, it is another facet of the evil that controls the world, that turns one against another, that
creates endless wars and conflicts, over, essentially, a pictorial implant in your subconsciousness.
The question is, who do you really hate, is it "them" - or are you simply being played llike puppets, that is, are they simply on the other side of
the coin, on the same grid, programmed to hate you? If that is the case, we are talking about a double pyramid system.
How do you escape such a game, how do you attain freedom? Who created the system, is the question you should be asking yourselves.
In the end, we are simply thier little ant farm. My advice, is to put down the weapons, and look up, tear a hole in the sky, and see a war between
inmates in the same prison.