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« Reply #10 on: August 06, 2014, 09:53:16 PM »

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Matrix: Einmal raustreten und nie wieder zurück
In was für eine Welt sind wir nur hinein geraten? Wahrscheinlich hätte niemand, der die 80er Jahre bewußt mitbekommen hat, erwartet, dass unser Leben sich einmal so ändern wird. Es tut schon fast weh, das ansehen zu müssen.

Rote Pille oder blaue Pille? Wer einmal rausgetreten ist aus der „Matrix“, wird mit Schrecken feststellen, dass er nie wieder zurück kann, und das alles schon so weit fortgeschritten ist, es fast undenkbar scheint, es aufzuhalten. Wer aber noch in der „Matrix“ lebt, wird sich zwar wundern, aber nicht bemerken, wie gesteuert das Szenario abläuft.

Was hier passiert, ist an Scheinheiligkeit und Doppelmoral kaum noch zu überbieten. Schon die Umdeutung der Sprache, wie sie bei uns stattfindet und von den Menschen nicht mal bemerkt wird, ist ein wichtiger Aspekt im ganzen Geschehen. Was ist es für eine Scheinheiligkeit, einen Krieg zu einer humanitären Intervention werden zu lassen? Wie kann es sein, dass wir zivile Opfer eines Krieges Kollateralschaden nennen? Wie kann es sein, dass man das, was in Gaza passiert, Verteidigung nennt?

http://www.buergerstimme.com/Design2/2014-08/matrix-einmal-raustreten-und-nie-wieder-zurueck/
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« Reply #11 on: August 26, 2014, 05:13:48 PM »

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10 George Orwell Quotes That Predicted Life In 2014 America
George Orwell ranks among the most profound social critics of the modern era. Some of his quotations, more than a half a century old, show the depth of understanding an enlightened mind can have about the future.

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-08-25/10-george-orwell-quotes-predicted-life-2014-america

The “War On Terror” Is A Fraud – It Is Not Meant To Be Won, It Is Meant To Be Continuous
http://themillenniumreport.com/2014/08/war-on-terror-exposed-as-multi-millennial-orwellian-plot/

1984 vs 2014: ‘George Orwell was an optimist’
http://themillenniumreport.com/2014/08/1984-vs-2014-george-orwell-was-an-optimist/
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« Reply #12 on: September 08, 2014, 06:32:39 PM »

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Mind Control and The ‘Conspiracy Theory’ Meme. Echoes of George Orwell and Aldous Huxley

By Richard K. Moore
Global Research, September 08, 2014
News Beacon Ireland 3 September 2014
Theme: Media Disinformation, Police State & Civil Rights

We are able to see the architecture – the structural patterns – of each kind of mind-control regime. This can help us recognize precursors – signs that such a future is coming our way.

Dystopian predictions

In 1984, George Orwell paints a picture of a dark, gray world. People are afraid to say anything contrary to the official party line, and surveillance is universal. Even thinking contrary to the party is a crime, and thoughtcrimes may be treated by radical psychological intervention. Information is closely controlled by the party media, and the historical record is routinely edited, so as to conform to the latest party statements.1984web

By contrast, in Brave New World, Aldous Huxley paints a colorful, superficially pleasant world. Personal freedom of all kinds is encouraged, even to the point of being a cultural imperative. In the book a young boy is referred to a therapist, because he doesn’t want to play sex games with a girl classmate. An adult character is considered aberrant, because he is drawn toward a monogamous relationship. Drugs and distractions are readily available for mood enhancement.

Central to Huxley’s world is the abolition of the family. Sex never results in pregnancy, and embryos are grown in a production process, based on selected seed material. As part of the production process, an embryo can be fed or starved, at various stages of its development, so as to create classes of people (alphas, betas, etc) with differing levels of intelligence and skills. Quotas are set, regarding how many people of each class are going to be needed, and should therefore be produced.

Various kinds of conditioning are then used on infants in order to get them to accept their class, along with its prerogatives and restrictions, as being best for them. Children are raised on a communal basis, with no concept of parents, siblings, or family. From embryo to adulthood, the state has fine-tuned control over the development of the person, and of their thinking. In the resulting society, people behave as they were programmed to behave, and can’t imagine things being any different.

In Orwell’s world, wrong-thought (thought crime) is detected and suppressed. In Huxley’s world, wrong-thought is unlikely to arise. Orwell’s world suppresses the individual; Huxley’s world manufactures the individual. In both cases, mind control – control over what people are able to think – is the strategy of the regime, as its means of social control generally. Orwell explores a brute-force approach to mind control, while Huxley explores a scientific approach.

The novels are useful because they each take one of these basic approaches to mind control, and follow its consequences to the end. If you really want to suppress what people think, you’d need to do A, B, and C. If you really want to program people, you’ve got to start when they’re born and do X, Y, and Z. We are able to see the architecture – the structural patterns – of each kind of mind-control regime. This can help us recognize precursors – signs that such a future is coming our way.
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http://www.globalresearch.ca/mind-control-and-the-conspiracy-theory-meme-echoes-of-george-orwell-and-aldous-huxley/5399249
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