posted on Dec, 14 2012 @ 04:19 PM
reply to post by MountainLaurel
I have yet to speak to a single person who is willing to admit - even in the slightest degree - that the United States of America is a full blown
police state, and that the police state tactics of the TSA are modeled after the Nazi Brown-shirts. Like the citizenry of pre-war Germany, the
Americans have permitted themselves to be psychologically and physically imprisoned by the powers of the state, thereby entering of their own free
will, into various states of stupefaction = astoundment, confusion, consternation, dumbfoundment, perplexity, confoundment, and finally stupor - they
have become stupid. These are all signs of disorientation and bewilderment much like we see in the behavior of persons having been subjected to a
cult. Bear in mind that all adult cult members have entered into subjugation by their leader voluntarily, therefore allowing themselves to fall under
the hypnotic spell of another.
Even though the American people have been subjected to a host of mind-controlling techniques implemented and set into action by the powers that be,
this has all been accomplished because the people allowed it to be so, and they continue to allow it - they have voluntary entered into an evil
satanic pact with those who govern over them. Without the passive submission of the average American these police state tactics on the part of the TSA
would never have been allowed, but the people have permitted them to have undue authority over them, so now they have been stupefied into obedience -
all through their own fault. This all reduces down to one thing to, to one word - stupidity!
The American people are in a stupor, and have allowed themselves to fall under the hypnotic spell of another. The word stupid comes from the Latin
verb stupere, for being numb, and stupefied as in "to dull the senses and/or faculties," and is related to stupor.
PS - I will go into the reasons for this in my next posting on the subject.
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