A Decade of Denial and Deception

Posted: September 17th, 2011 by Militant Libertarian

by Silver Shield

It is said that men go mad in herds, and only come to their senses slowly, and one by one.” -Charles MacKay

9/11 is the biggest event in our life time, and yet here we sit a decade later, and the average American has not put any logical thought into what happened that day. For the most part, Americans were driven by emotional, almost animalistic, herd mentality into multiple wars, loss of liberties and explosive generational debt.  We were driven by the fear of  Mushroom Clouds and Weapons of Mass Destruction that were only found in our minds.  When I look back at how much our world has changed over the past decade since 9/11, it is astounding to me how much death and debt could have been avoided if we just came face to face with reality.

In this article I am going to take a very different approach of explaining what happened that beautiful Tuesday in September.  Not only will I present evidence to you, I will place the proper political, social, historical, economic and psychological context.  It is only from there can people really come to terms and truly understand what happened that day.  One other thing I am going to insist of you, is that you question everything I show you.  If you can do that simple thing, you will be well on your way to a much bigger and freer world.

Our Input/Output Disorder

I am not surprised at how many people have not come to terms with 9/11, they lack the tools to comprehend it.  Our educational system is centered on an input/output process of information.  Our success or failure depends on our efficiency of taking what the teacher tells us and then regurgitating it on  to some exam.  Those that are able to blindly regurgitate information the best are rewarded with higher grades.  They are told they are smart, when in fact they are just thoroughly indoctrinated.  This input/output process is no different than what a computer or a slave does.  You give it a command and it just does it, without question.  This system was carefully created to mold us into what we are today.

“In our dreams, people yield themselves with perfect docility to our molding hands.  The present education conventions of intellectual and character education, fade from their minds and unhampered by tradition, we work our own good will upon a grateful and responsive folk.  We shall not try to make these people, or any of their children, into philosophers, or men of science. We have not to raise up from them authors, educators, poets or men of letters.  We shall not search for great artists, painters, musicians nor lawyers, doctors, preachers, politicians, statesmen — of whom we have an ample supply.  The task is simple. We will organize children and teach them in a perfect way the things their fathers and mothers are doing in an imperfect way.” – John D. Rockefeller  General Education Board (1906)

The masses blindly flow through the educational system and naturally fit into centralized systems that want good little obedient workers who take orders without question.  We all know of that person who is very smart/indoctrinated that excels in a corporation/military/government job and yet they lack any streets smarts to see what is really going on.  When you understand that their mind only functions on what they are told, it becomes clear to you how they are able to be successful in a centralized system where taking orders is a way of life.

Valedictorian Speaks Out Against Schooling

http://youtu.be/9M4tdMsg3ts

Full Transcript Here.

“I think therefore I am, is a classic philosophical statement on human consciousness and existence.  What about people who do not really think, do they really exist? “ -Chris Duane

This input/output mindset is reinforced outside of the school and career world.  Our society is all about what is popular.  From early on in your life you are pressured into doing what is popular, not what is best for you.  This is a way a collective gets individuals to sacrifice what is unique and special about themselves, to become the lowest common denominator in a group that really does not care about you at all.

“The most brilliant propagandist technique will yield no success unless one fundamental principle is borne in mind constantly – it must confine itself to a few points and repeat them over and over” -Joseph Goebbels

When you look at our news or political debate, it is driven by talking points that are repeated with such accuracy, it is scary.  Intellectual debate in this society somehow passes for those who can scream their talking points the loudest over the other.  This is done purposefully to get a conformational, emotional reaction from the indoctrinated and to dissuade the logical, independent thinker from even entering the debate.  Through this process, the collective is intellectually safe from any challenge to its power.

“Do your thoughts serve to free you or simply to make you serve?” –Chris Duane

These talking points are created by people who do think about how to control societies.  They weave this input/output slave thought into a Hegelian Dialectic that they control.  They essentially have a society that bickers over issues that have no real importance on the real power of the world.  They use hot button, emotional issues like abortion or gays in the military to divide and conquer us, while they laugh all the way to the bank, march us off to war and destroy our Constitution.

What about those of us that did not do well in this indoctrination environment?  I was one of those kids that did not do very well in school. I knew from a very early age that what was being pumped into my head was not to make me a better person. I knew that the most successful people I knew of did not have jobs or went along with the crowd. Yet our schools teach us to get jobs and do what we are told.  I knew that our school system wanted me to learn about sex, drugs, death, multiculturalism much more than issues that would have driven my success like economics, history, and psychology.  They wanted me to drone on about senseless boring topics, instead of inspiring me to a higher and better self through art, music and philosophy.  What they were really teaching me was to keep my head down and deal with their system.  These days, those that are restless in this indoctrination environment run the risk of being drugged with Ritalin.

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