Thursday, July 31, 2014

No Worries



Centuries-old cultural conditioning has given us a nasty neurosis: the belief that happiness must be "earned". It can be "earned" only by enduring unpleasantness (eg work, pain, misery). But how do you know if you've endured enough unpleasantness to deserve happiness? Another unspoken game rule: "responsible adults" can never endure enough unpleasantness to truly deserve happiness.

You're finally on holiday/vacation. Sun, sand, palm trees, etc. You say to yourself:
"I think I deserve this after all those months in the office!" Suddenly, an apparently random worry pops into your head: did you turn off the water before you left for the airport? What about the dripping tap?


Undoing the Worrying Habit

The Disapproval System


Many people grow up believing that disapproving of things makes you a better person – ie the more things you disapprove of, the more virtuous you are. The problem with this is that you end up disapproving of everything. But it’s easy to rationalise this disapproving attitude as responsible and moral, since some sense of disapproval is obviously justified in everyday life.

But what we seek to escape controls us. Advertisers seem to understand this – most advertisements target our disapproval feelings. As children, we received the message: “you have to be good to get approval”. As adult consumers, we receive the message: “you have to own these items to get approval”. As a result we have the highest consumer debt levels in recorded history.

Advertisers seed disapproval-anxiety within “love” relationships. Disapproval-anxiety amounts to sexual anxiety in this context. If “real” love is unconditional approval, then what kind of “love” is founded on the endless comparison of economic and social status, body weight, hair shininess, etc, to “approved” levels as defined by marketers?


Full Article via Jan Erik


Tuesday, July 29, 2014

The Tate Murders Were Faked

Markus Allen of Truth in 7 Minutes recently mentioned on his show this awesome exposé from Miles Mathis showing how the Tate murders were faked.

"Ask yourself this: do 5 foot 3 ex-con bums like Manson “have a gift for attracting wayward teen girls”? Do they now? Did they in 1969? No. What attracts young girls is money and fame, and Manson had (or should have had) neither."

"If these murders are fake, and if most of the main characters are paid agents, then we don't need anyone to be mindcontrolled. This is why the government doesn't mind seeing conspiracy theories that include mindcontrol or Satanism: those theories still include real murders and real corpses, so the desired story is kept intact. You are allowed and encouraged to theorize along those lines all you want, with Mae Brussell and others. The only theory you are not allowed to pursue is the correct one: the murders were faked."

"Manson then missed parole appointments throughout 1967 and 1968, was arrested for marijuana possession in May,1968, and for counterfeited driver's licenses in April, 1968 (the famous Oxnard bust). He was arrested again on June 4, 1969, for rape. Although any of those things should have landed him back in jail, he always managed to skate. I guess we are supposed to believe that California state police were impressed by his beard and Jesus bit."

"Hollywood is basically a subdivision of the CIA and military intelligence. The entire entertainment industry is a vast subdivision of military intelligence, including music, TV, art, film, and a majority of the internet. This is what the Matrix really is: not a dream induced by robot bugs, but a waking false reality created by uberdirectors."


Monday, July 28, 2014

Defeating The Delphi Technique


1. Always be charming, courteous, and pleasant. Smile. Moderate your voice so as not to come across as belligerent or aggressive.

2. Stay focused. If possible, jot down your thoughts or questions. When facilitators are asked questions they don't want to answer, they often digress from the issue that was raised and try instead to put the questioner on the defensive. Do not fall for this tactic. Courteously bring the facilitator back to your original question. If he rephrases it so that it becomes an accusatory statement (a popular tactic), simply say, "That is not what I asked. What I asked was . . ." and repeat your question.

3. Be persistent. If putting you on the defensive doesn't work, facilitators often resort to long monologues that drag on for several minutes. During that time, the group usually forgets the question that was asked,which is the intent. Let the facilitator finish. Then with polite persistence state: "But you didn't answer my question. My question was .. ." and repeat your question. Never become angry under any circumstances. Anger directed at the facilitator will immediately make the facilitator the victim. This defeats the purpose. The goal of facilitators is to make the majority of the group members like them, and to alienate anyone who might pose a threat to the realization of their agenda.




Defeating The Delphi 



Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Rome Rules The Super Bowl

Jesuit Connected NFL Owners via Promote Liberty:

John York-49ers

John Mara-Giants

Steve Biscotti-Ravens

Robert Kraft-Patriots 

Pat Bowlen-Broncos

The last 3 Super Bowls have featured these Jesuit owned teams: