posted on Apr, 17 2013 @ 11:18 AM
On conspiracy sites like ATS, people are often accused of Paranoia simply for asking questions about the government. But it seems to me that the
people who either refuse or are unable to ask questions and refuse or are unable to see the forest of proof of government wrong doing, those are the
people who suffer from a mental disorder.
In ducks we know about the phenomenon called imprinting, which refers to a mental process causing anything moving during a critical time in its
infancy, the duck will consider its parent. In humans there is an analogous though more subtle mechanism that causes humans to believe in the religion
of their upbringing. This is the only logical explanation for why 99% of the parents of more than a billion catholics in the world today were also
catholics. And a similar statistic is true for most other religions worldwide. Sometimes this mechanism is referred to as conditioning.
The same process of imprinting or conditioning works with regards to the government. During our upbringing we are taught that our government is good,
it helps and protects us. We also observe often evidence of this being the case, when we receive benefits from the government, when we see that its
rules protect our health, etc. As a result we have the same firm belief in the government as we do in our religion.
But while religion acknowledges that it is based on faith, not on verifyable evidence, the government requires to be obeyed, not because of faith, but
because of its claim of altruism, that its rules are for the best of the community. This is not proof of altruism though because whatever it givess to
one it has to take from another. The government itself does not sacrifice anything.
When we analyze historical evidence critically, it is also positively confirmed that the claim of government altruism cannot be supported.
Unfortunately, due to the imprint or conditioning that government is good, the general public is incapable of such critical analysis, IMHO. Whether
this is considered a mental disorder, a weakness, or simply natural, is another discussion. The point here is that the imprinting makes the objective,
critical analysis impossible.
Fortunately, there are many intelligent observers, who dilligently write about the problems created through secrecy, in particular secrecy in the
federal government. People become gradually more aware of many totally foolproof pieces of evidence of the federal government's nefarious acts.
However, our memory is short and all the relevant details risk being lost to time. My question: How can we rescue those details? How can we establish
a database that people can refer back to in the future? Or does such a database or historical archive already exist?