posted on May, 12 2012 @ 02:40 PM
reply to post by earthdude
I know this sounds a little bit of skunk works, but there were none. This is only a more highly evolved kind of slavery. The one that denies itself. I
have read about it, believe me. A lot. And my conclusion is that the current state of human farming is only just a few steps further from the ancient
models. How ancient? The 'gubbment'(call it what you want. it is very old, very powerful, and it is there for longer than one can imagine) has
perverted almost all aspects of history. In everyone's place, I would not be sure of history, older than the oldest men alive. But the point is that
as long as there are more than one man in this world, there can be no equality. Thus there will be stronger, and the stronger, in time will accumulate
even more power. From the weak, of course. This is slavery. 'ccept now you are allowed to choose your own work, you(in boundaries of course) can
choose where to live(although, permanent relocation is, by intention, very hard), you can choose what you eat, and thus you will be productive
livestock As Long As You Think You Are Free. The moment it becomes clear to you that you are by indirect means, owned by the state, you break down,
and become a liability. That is why people like us will be 'Re-educated' by the powers that be. As long as they are here, we will not be free. This
is all I have told thru my whole life, but it seems that the common mass holds the word of the mainstream media and the goverment 'education' more
By the way, this is a thing I have been studying. The automated reaction of the common people(integrated by the telly) when they hear my argument.
almost ninety percent of people find the nearest pile of sand and bury their heads in it.
They Want to be owned. It is more comfortable to be livestock, than to actually have to think for solutions, and integrate critical thinking into
This is why the smartest suffer almost every time in the school. if you really use your brain, the system knocks you out. I do not think the staff
knows the machinations of the highest echelon, but I do think that gov't-ed is designed in this way.
P.S.: This is the kind of thing you start seeing one day, and you can never unsee it again.