Front Group Think Deception
Don’t think, don’t ask, don’t tell, don’t argue. I’ve been thinking really hard about the whole deception of the human race thing lately. There seems to be a system of lies that goes back as far as you could hope to see. It can be wrapped up like this: If you do this; then this.
Outside of the totalitarian state of law where governments and parents say, “Cause I said so …”, there are the thousands of little manipulations that go on everyday. Children are constantly coerced to obey through the promise of some reward – this is in actuality – a threat. It’s seems like a nicer way of getting ones way but in truth it’s just a threat.
Religions use it, governments use it, schools, corporations and parents use it to get their way with those who would otherwise remain outside their control. We’ve lost two essential qualities that make for the best people and the best communities, or societies. (1) personal responsibility (2) The idea of leading by example
When people turn responsibility for their safety, happiness and so on over to others they’re on the road to tyranny. When people expect something of others they don’t do themselves they’ve lost effectiveness as teachers. When you can’t supply good reasons for what you ask of others you must rely on threats.
We in the US have turned responsibility for our own existence over to the government. We now live under that tyranny. The ironic part of it is we’re still responsible. People who don’t like the way things are vote for more of the same. Why? They are led to believe, and thus behave, the same way a child might sit still so Santa Claus will bring their present.
So here’s the pitch: finish school and/or, go to church and/or, obey the law, love your country, become a part of, be like us, do this, don’t do that – and you’ll get the reward. What’s the biggest reward you can get? Money.
You think money just grows on trees? Well, since the people who make money simply make it out of paper with nothing to back it up, then yes it does just grow on trees.
Questioning establishment lies is critical thinking
Paul Joseph Watson
Tuesday, October 18, 2011
It’s a delicious irony highlighted many times before and it underpins the entire education system. While complaining that children are not engaging in “critical thinking,” Demos, a government front group, is abolishing any notion of critical thinking by telling students that they should only believe what the government and the mainstream media tells them is true – the same establishment that has been caught proliferating lies time and time again.
In reality, it is the very fact that students are increasingly engaging in “critical thinking,” ie questioning the official version of events, that has the likes of Demos so petrified.
Having been caught lying and covering-up all manner of scandals, from the WMD farce, to Climategate, to the death of Dr. David Kelly, the British establishment and its sycophantic media cheerleaders like the BBC are losing credibility fast, that’s why young people are turning to alternative sources of information to try and get the truth, something deemed intolerable by the system.
Here is some more, plus a list, on government front groups: sourcewatch.org | Front groups