To all of you out there who have problems with society, religion, government etc.Â I can tell you that there’s a good chance that your anger and/or frustration is justified.Â I have answers.Â You may not want to hear them.Â I am not a therapist, counselor, psychiatrist etc.Â I am a philosopher, an author, a teacher and a student.Â I am not here to preach, judge, defend, or honor.Â I am here to provide concepts and theories that I have gathered from decades of research and self-identity.
I want to make something very clear.Â To those of you reading this, I am not condoning violence on everyone and everything around you, but rather a convergence or an attempt at it anyway.Â Practicing aggressive efforts towards ones who have no control and no clear perception of actuality, would be a waste of time and energy.
I know I’m being vague, don’t worry I’m going to break this down more.Â Let’s start with your parents.Â I could tell you that they will hold your hand and give you a big smile as they lead you into society’s raping of your mind and primal emotions.Â That would not be a lie.Â Does that make them your enemy, let’s hope not.Â Your parents teach you what they’ve been taught. People by the masses usually participate in a “monkey see, monkey do” type of upbringing.Â This is a very efficient learning method for a lot of species on the planet and it probably benefits us as well…but there is a drawback.
Society started brainwashing your parents prior to schooling.Â They were taught that obedience was usually rewarded with monetary value or material items (for example: Santa Claus) or whatever mascots your particular religion uses to instill specific behavior.Â Be a good boy or girl, get a toy.Â As they got older, they of course were told that Santa was none other than mom and dad.Â Disappointed maybe, but the ideal had already begun to take hold.Â Obedience is rewarded with material possessions.
Next they were taught to be good citizens.Â They were told that the government knows what is best for them and even if they disagree, to perform any act of rebellion was frowned upon, dishonorable, whatever words clicked best in their mind with a negative feeling.Â By the time they had finished high school they had been told over and over and over that “success” was something along the likes of: An expensive house with a price tag way beyond their means, so far in fact that it would take them an average of thirty years to pay it off.Â That’s of course if they volunteered for four more years of propaganda, or college.Â Don’t get me wrong, I think college isÂ great, if not essential, but I also think that like everything else the longer it exists the more “the powers that be” construct the facilities to do their bidding. It also gets you into debt before you even start a career or buy a home or have a child.Â They want the shackles on you as quick as possible.
After college, jump into that thirty year mortgage right away, so that you and the love of your life can start producing an average of 2.5 kids.Â The kids will need food, clothing, schooling, etc., you know, the same as you did.
Why would religion and government work together in this cleverly devised plan?Â Almost all religions are just an old type of control or “government”, therefore they have many similar “brain washing” techniques and control tactics.Â The church has always wanted to keep it’s congregation associating material possessions with success or “godliness” (although they claim they don’t), because “god said” you should give ten percent of your money to the church, therefore a faithful follower who prospers more monetarily is obligated to give more to the church.Â Before I get off the subject, most religious leaders will call me preposterous and claim that the last thing they enjoy or seek is material goods.Â If you are able to go to their home, you would probably see different, but it’s not necessary.Â What is the “non-materialistic” reverend driving?Â Cadillac?Â I bet it’s a Cadillac.Â There’s something about religious leaders and Caddys.Â I’ll bet it’s not a beaten up clunker.
So you see your parents are a victim of this scam as well, and I’m willing to bet that when they were growing up, they had the same pressures and symptoms associated with rape that I discussed in the blog “what no one will admit”.Â You can try and reason with them but let’s face it, they’ve gone far too long thinking that they always know better than you, just to change over night. They have gotten through being mentally overwhelmed by society and maybe even found a tool to help them stay adjusted: Like a drink or two after work, religion, charity, anti-depressants or one of a million things society offers you to dull the pain of it’s venom. Might I suggest watching “Zeitgeist” and “How Science Saved My Soul” and see if this clears your perception of things.Â If so, might I also consider sitting down with your parents and watching it with them, so that they can see that you’re are getting scientific, factual information and your thoughts and opinions on control and society and religion and whatever else your eyes are opened to, should be taken seriously.Â The worst they can say is “No”.
Don’t give up on them, they have had to endure this pain much longer than you and to accept your point of view would mean not only admitting to themselves that it happened to them, but owning up to guiding you into the same path. You may even have an older sibling that your parents have already coaxed into becoming a “good christian” or “model citizen”.Â The guilt must be overwhelming once exposed to the truth.
Then there’s the case of pride.Â Whether your parents admit it or not, pride will probably come into play in this situation.Â If your parents got this information from some college professor, or psychologist or other person that was “credible” in society’s eyes, it would be easier for them to “swallow” that they made ill informed decisions, but if you are the one who confronts them with this “different perception”, you can bet that it will cause some friction. Like I said, it’s probably going to take some time for them to see things the way you do and the first discussion probably won’t go over smoothly, but if we are to turn this society around, if we are to put civilization back on its correct course, change is essential.
So look up the movies, let it all soak in and think about what you want toÂ say before you confront your parents, because it’s easier to get caught up in emotion once you get started.
Well I’ve said a lot about parents, so I’ll make tactics for taking on religion and government quick.Â Religion is usually a mixed bag, but if your religious leader is preaching “The weak shall inherit the Earth” while rolling around in a luxury vehicle, if he has any common sense at all he knows he’s a fraud and should be called out on it.Â I’m not saying to go a round with him after church, but I’m sure there is some clever way for you to word it to him that you know he’s b.s. and you are clearly there for your parents best wishes.
As far as government goes, how can a mass that big, take in the amount of money that they do and our lives continue to decline generation after generation.Â I’m not even talking about material goods, I’m talking about freedom.Â They know exactly what they’re doing and even if there’s a good apple in that big bag, if they continue to reside in that bag we call government…Well if there’s one good apple in a rotten bag, is the good apple ever able to “unrott” the rest.
I hope this is not only educational, but inspirational as well.Â If you have questions or comments, you can google: “you have been beckoned”.Â It will take you to my website titled “Nolen: The Beckoning”.Â Click on “My Search” and leave a response under one of my posts.Â The site is for my publication, but your comments will be sent to my personal email address.
Is scientology one.?
Scientology was founded by a fiction author…This is not to say that it is fiction just because he usually writes fiction, but I have read enough of Scientology to form my own opinion, which is that it is nothing more than facts mixed with a powerful imagination. Again, that is just my personal opinion.
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i just posted something kind of similar earlier today titled “would you ever want to be a fellow citizen” i am very tierd though and im not sure i understand what you’re trying to say? people are taught by society how to be “fellow citizens” for the benifit of the society? well that’s obvious to those who aren’t good citizens.
@donnie i never understand the things you say but they often make me laugh thanks donnie