posted on Mar, 1 2013 @ 04:28 PM
They were always with us. Throughout the ages. They have all sorts of names, but I think it's appropriate to call them ''little fascists''. Mind
fascists, mostly. These are people who follow you around (!), thinking you are up to no good; people who will tell lies about you, but never in your
These people are especially common in ''politically correct'' societies, where they scream racism/inequality/this person touched my child/this
person is strange/what have you. Without any relevance in their lives, they turn to absurd, insignificant things, and if there is an equally
intellectually-impoverished ''authority'' figure to listen to their complaints/claims, you've got yourself a potentially life-ruining situation.
I'm sure many of you know exactly what I'm talking about. Politically-correct societies are conducive to this level of idiocy.
Social media - especially Facebook - has shown just how common these people are. Look at any discussion and you will see them everywhere. These people
can flourish by hiding behind their screens.
If you ever met them in person, they'd be running away like crazy, denying everything.
I sometimes wonder if these people have souls. They don't appear to be psychopaths, but they're so robotic, as if someone wrote a script and they
acted out every scene, every thought. They serve the elite well without knowing it, no doubt - useful idiots at their best. Perhaps societies were
engineered to be this way, who knows?
Their incredible predictability makes it easy to control them: you can flatter them (you look nice today, for example, which most of the time is just
bull#), pretend they know things better than you (which mostly isn't the case), and they just might be eating out of the palm of your hand.
Arguing with these little pesky minds is pointless: firmness and calmness works best (if you can manage).
If you do attack them, hitting them fast and hard works best, I find: they must know their place as soon as possible or else they'll keep following