Sunday, September 8, 2013

The Perfect Prison

I have only just found this site and have not gone through it, but this essay seems spot on regarding the Madonna theme.  Women are much more powerful than we have come to believe, and if "shopping" can keep them distracted then they aren't much of a threat....
In the latter half of the 20th century, the Old World Order turned to psychological manipulation to extend their control over the world. The best prison is the one that requires no guards - where people walk into the cells without any fuss and lock themselves in. It takes immense resources to physically create an oppressive regime. In the Big Brother society envisaged by George Orwell, citizens were monitored round the clock. But how would you keep 300 million Americans under constant surveillance? If a person worked an eight hour surveillance shift then it would require three people (taking no breaks) to cover a 24-hr period of continually monitoring one person. 900 million people would be required to watch the 300 million Americans at all times. Where will the 900 million come from? And who will watch the watchers? And if everyone's watching everyone else, who's doing any work? Very quickly, the model breaks down. The reality is that surveillance operations performed by the CIA, MI5 etc are extremely expensive and only a tiny number of people can realistically be monitored. It doesn't matter how many satellites there are or how many CCTV cameras are trained on you. 99.99% of the time, no one's watching.
After WWII, the Old World Order realised that tyranny had become unworkable. It simply didn't make economic sense. Their brilliant insight was that people could be rendered harmless by giving them things they wanted. And what people wanted above all was fantasy, escapism, a refuge from reality. Advertising, TV, Hollywood, glitzy magazines - they all portray a world and lifestyle that is infinitely glittering and seductive to many people.

Once people are slaves to the fake world, they never want to leave. They are addicts, with a desperate craving for the glamour so lacking in their real lives. The online world Second Life gives people the opportunity to create an idealised, fantasy avatar of themselves that inhabits the sort of world in which they would like to live for real. Are these Second Lifers the sort of people likely to be pursuing the truth, challenging the Old World Order, breaking out of their prison? These people will never rebel as long as they get their fantasy fix. If you are getting things that you think you want, you have no feeling that you are anything but free: the bars of your jail are invisible. The Old World Order do not seek to put us in concentration camps but in jails that we can't see because we have been so brainwashed and deceived.

David Riesman wrote in The Lonely Crowd (1950):

"Conspiracy" theories of popular culture are quite old, summed up as they are in the concept of "bread and circuses". In "The Breadline and the Movies" Thorstein Veblen presented a more sophisticated concept, namely, that the modern American masses paid the ruling class for the privilege of the very entertainments that helped to keep them under the laughing gas.
The last statement is critical: "…the modern American masses paid the ruling class for the privilege of the very entertainments that helped to keep them under the laughing gas."

To put it another way, the masses pay the Old World Order to continually sedate them with mindless junk that makes them incapable of resisting the Old World Order. This is genius. You get your victims to pay for their own enslavement. Not only do you not have to pay a fortune to subjugate your victims, they pay you. That is the world we live in now. And who are the biggest victims? Women.

In women's magazines there's never a word about science, history, economics, politics, philosophy, religion, technology. Conspiracy theories are never mentioned. Women's magazines are all about physical appearance, fashion, gossip and celebrities. Who's fat, who's thin, who's pretty, who's ugly, who's wearing what, who's up, who's down, who are the new stars, what are the old stars doing? Women's magazines are the sanctification of trivia. They are devoid of intelligent thought. Sex and the City - one of the most popular women's TV shows of recent years - is a story of career women with expensive shoes. That's it! They moan about men, but are obsessed with getting Mr Right. After decades of feminism, women are still locked in the frivolous, intellectually sterile world of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, published almost two hundred years ago.

The Old World Order have come up with the perfect formula for neutralising women: "retail therapy."  Give ordinary women a shop to visit and a credit card to brandish and they will be docile, obedient consumers, never posing any problems.

Riesman said, "The other-directed person wants to be loved rather than esteemed; he wants not to gull or impress, let alone oppress, others, but, in the current phase, to relate to them; he seeks less a snobbish status in the eyes of others than assurance of being emotionally in tune with them."

Is that not a definition of most women? Is that not a description of most office workers? Is that not a description of users of social networking sites? We live in an other-directed society, one where most people are scared to deviate from the normal, the average. "Fitting in" is imperative. Few people have the courage to be themselves.

To be interested in conspiracy theories, you have to be prepared for conflict. Them and Us. The Enemy. You have no desire to "relate" to those oppressing you. It is impossible for other-directed people - women in particular - to be attracted to conspiracy theories. They would rather go shopping.

Women are suffering from Stockholm Syndrome - complete sympathy with the people who have taken them hostage. Think how easy the world is for the OWO when they get people to actively embrace being their victims.

Do you see how difficult it is to overthrow the Old World Order? They are not crude, stupid bullies - as they are so often portrayed - but smart, sophisticated mind manipulators. And what's their most successful tactic? - supplying the people with unimportant things that they want. What woman feels oppressed when she has just bought a designer dress? Will she rise up against the Old World Order? Not in a million years.
In many ways, women are the key to overthrowing the Old World Order. Tragically, they are the least likely to care about the tyranny of the OWO. They are shopaholics and gossip addicts, and no conceivable threat to the OWO. Which is exactly as the OWO planned.
One of the Illuminati's main missions is to make women wake up.

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