MIND CONTROL VS. FREEDOM
Fingers pointed like a gun. A pop tart chewed into the shape of a gun. A toy gun. A screen shot of a gun.
For several years now, all over America, schools have been exercising what they call zero tolerance policy to suspend young children packing “suggestions of guns.”
Behind this practice is the idea that populations can be conditioned against owning real guns. Start early, indoctrinate the kids, and society will change.
In turn, such thinking rests on the premise that human beings are Pavlovian dogs. Programmed biological machines. If the program currently running is faulty, and fails to obey the mandate of “greatest good for the greatest number,” change the program.
As this Pavlovian approach expands and spreads, people begin to believe that a model of radical reconstruction is viable and good.
For instance, how many people would now respond favorably to the idea that “everyone can be programmed to forget guns even exist”?
Too far-out? Try this:
How many people would agree to a program that “guaranteed” racial prejudice would be wiped from human memory?
How many people would happily respond to the notion that environmental destruction, as an impulse, could be removed from the brain?
How many of these people would even notice that such programs eliminate freedom and choice? And if they did notice, how many would care?
The idea that you can obliterate “bad parts” of the brain and preserve the good parts is now embedded in standard science. It is childish, absurd, and dangerous to the extreme.
Brain researchers are, on the whole, disinterested in law. They aim to create a new species for whom no laws will be needed. People will do the right thing, because their upgraded brains tell them to.
Make no mistake about it, the technocrats/social engineers have a plan. They intend to program brains to fit their values-agenda. Whatever opposes that agenda is called a “mental disorder,” which needs to be corrected and erased.
Selling their work as social progress, these self-appointed elites will attempt to shape brain activity so it fulfills a goal of “cooperative impulse.” That means people would never think of their own desires, but instead would “serve the greater need of all.” Automatically.
No contemplation or independent thought necessary. Or required. Or possible.
All present attempts to achieve this goal—peer pressure, legislation, coercion, politically correct language, surveillance, dumbed-down education—are crude stopgaps, and pale by comparison to brain reprogramming.
The holy grail is a brain that can’t consider consequences, or even choices. It merely responds to stimuli along narrow channels.
For example, a clumsy indoctrination program which currently lasts four years in a “progressive” college could be installed in hours.
The enemy of all this is:
Not only laws that protect it, but, more importantly, the understanding of it within the individual BY the individual.
Has it occurred to you that virtually no college in America teaches a course in individual freedom?
When you step back and think about that, you know how far the nation has descended into a morass of “altruistic” derangement.
When enough individuals no longer care about their own expansive freedom and what it means and implies, the programmers have won—because then what difference does it make if one piece of brain software is substituted for another?
And if the sales pitch promises comfort and ease and the eradication of anxiety, customers will flock to enroll.
If a new steady-state hum of programmed brain activity reduces fear by replacing it with passive acceptance, who will notice the trade-off?
Behind all the elite covert ops on the planet that induce violence and chaos, there is one intent: convince the population that humans are too dangerous to be allowed to live free.
They must be “adjusted.”
At which point, “science” steps in and says, “The answer is here.”
And it is, unless more individuals understand what their own freedom means.
And how profound it is.
Written by Jon Rappoport
This article first appeared at NoMoreFakeNews.com.