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Cultural Monitors Are Agents Against Freedom

by Credo (writer), I practice living in the Spirit, January 04, 2008

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Truth is not the accolades which are laid before the feet of those waiting to be bribed, and therefore citizens of truth don’t require anyone’s permission or approval to exclaim the truth.

Although it is not widely perceived within our culture, the control of social perceptions is something that has always been utilized to manipulate masses of people around the world, and this engineering of perceptions is a process whereby the controlling social powers sort to determine how the people within that society would consider, perceive and think about the very nature of their social construct.

The powers that be would send out many feelers, whose job would be to locate nonconformist, those who thought independently or those who considered the system with very critical observations. In an effort to maintain the status quo of the power structure these feelers would then condemn the dissenters for their defiance or critical observations of the system by generally defacing their character or publicly claiming them as lunatics for even suggesting that something is wrong with our society. They want you to believe that our system which is collapsing all around us on a daily basis is normal and perfect and no one should say otherwise. Feelers fought hard to control the messengers of observatory classes, they continuously labored to distill the growing information that would suggest anything other than a perfect system, perfect government and a perfect President, who by the way according to these feelers should be haled as an off limits topic of consideration, examination or any critical analysis

The very fact that someone wants to control another mans ability to differ or voice his or her own analysis of the system should suggest to the world that freedom of speech and freedom at its very basics are under attack if not already destroyed. To attempt to defame a person because of his opinions is something that is tantamount to subtle enslavement and in no way reflect or represent the ideologies of freedom, especially in the land of the so called free. The defamation of character are one of the tools among many that is used to destroy the ability of the few admonishers within a collapsing society that something was not right, that our system of checks and balances were no longer working. Not once does any credible evidence or charges against the dissenting concepts is brought against the activist by the feelers, because they war without the weapons of truth, and they struggle using the weapons of control.

To debate is to discuss, deliberate, ponder, examine, and to meditate on together in an effort to come to a conclusion about the correctness of a subject, and it is unfortunate that during a time of such crisis the people are not allowed to debate, discuss, deliberate, ponder, examine, or meditate over these issues. The strength of the internet feelers is their anonymity and their ability to filibuster the forum of the examiners of our system. A filibuster, or "talking out a bill," is a form of obstruction in a legislature or other decision making body. An attempt is made to infinitely extend debate upon a proposal in order to delay the progress or completely prevent a vote on the proposal taking place. To flood the forum with nonsensical arguments to prevent the public from voting on these issues is another form of filibustering. Their (feelers or government agents) aim was to flood the forum with nonsense so that the information that is being given by the observers of our system would be disregarded as rhetorical information and thus not heard.

The feelers use street tactics like flammatory words to try to defame the character of an opinion while debasing the character of the messenger, (they always seek to kill the messenger of any disapproving information) in hopes of dismembering the quality of the message and disenfranchising the reputation of the messenger or the right to vote your own opinion. These are ancient and crude tactics of control brought about by the power structure and as time continues you will notice the continuing end of constitutional freedoms here in this country. And if you don’t see it yet then you may wake up to one day see the herding of the people in blankets of soldiers to prison camps claiming everybody to be terrorist. Today they have already thrown out "habeas corpus" which is the name of a legal action, or writ, through which a person can seek relief from unlawful detention of themselves or another person. The prisoner, or another person on his behalf (for example, where the prisoner is being held incommunicado), may petition the court or an individual judge for a writ of habeas corpus which allows the prisoner and the court system to readdress false issues and perhaps correct false judgments. (Because of the new Bush laws this no longer exists in the legal forum).

Today they have military tribunals which extends the power of government to judge people without constitutional protections in place which is their to offer a fair trial to free people, so you will see more convictions in this country (once someone is convicted it is universally assumed that they are guilty of the crime that they were accused of) is finalized through engineered perceptions. Therefore they could now arrest you (due to the Patriot Act and the war on terrorism) indefinitely detain you and as implied secretly execute you without proof of any wrong doing. Currently the monetary system is failing the social systems are failing the educational system is failing the political arena is failing and the international ambassador systems are failing. Are we not suppose to examine these issues, or are we thought to be in a state of shock (Because of 9/11) as a nation that we quietly submit while awaiting our turn at the condemnation booth. While many of our soldiers go to kill and die is it really important that they do this (go to war) for the right reasons, or do we just blindly follow leaders who has never told the truth on any of their own actions, as bush has never told the truth about Iraq having WMD which means they killed and died for a lie.

You may suggest that patriotism is not to question or complain during a time of war or tremendous crisis within the nation, it is a time to focus our attentions on the job at hand and further to secure the troops that are in harms way. To be supportive of American troops is to be supportive of our sons and now daughters who are placing their lives on the line to secure a cause of great humanistic values and I support that idea. However! (And you knew that there would be an however) I differ with the notion of being silent as a criterion for patriotism especially if the war is not only waged abroad but at home against freedom and the citizens of freedom. Therefore I will except being called an idiot a crazy man and a fool so long as I submit my beliefs in truth and in honest research prior to open discussion. The fear of injustice is the revealing of duplicity and those who protect such corruption run from the radiance of the truth, they hide while clamoring over the shoulders of others who have the tenacity to openly dissent against corruption.

In any historical society that was about to make a subtle yet big change you will always find that any person who seeks to tell the truth about the changes that is apparent he is at once herald as a traitor and a fool, and today as always it will become a revolutionary attitude should anyone speak the truth during such a revolutionary time. Big brother watches and monitors everything, he is sitting next to you at the coffie shop,while he is counting the words that you read and write on the internet



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6 comments on Cultural Monitors Are Agents Against Freedom

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By Lady D on January 04, 2008 at 01:00 pm
I was watching "Democracy Now" at a friends' house. And then I came home a wached the movie "V for Vendetta." We so need to wake up. If you kee people worried about a roof over thier heads and food in thier stomachs, they won't have time to think about what is really happening. Good article.
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By Credo on January 04, 2008 at 10:37 pm
I appreciate and honor your support, it is time we all began to realize the actual circumstances in which we live. It is not me that is creating this information and I do not except the rewards or the condemnations for bringing it to the forefront for others to see. However we must consider that the time in which we live and the conditions under which we survive are in great peril, obviously I will stumble across many feelers who will continue to heckle me because they think that they are protecting a system that is in their own best interest and they don’t or can’t see the many possible conclusions of this misguided and out of control system. As I won’t run from these people I know that they will not intellectually fight fair, they will use what ever means available to them to struggle against this message including name calling, foul words and genuinely trying to clog the system up with a nonsensical debate over items that don’t involve the issues at hand. They think that by giving me a low score on these articles is going to deter me from saying my piece from expressing what I believe to be the truth and from trying to warn others of pending danger signs that I have discovered about our system than they certainly are wasting their own time. Thank you all (feelers included) for your comments, and your recognition. Credo
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By Rose Mountain on May 05, 2008 at 12:40 am

Thanks for article Credo, numerous worldwide scholars, experts, investigations agree with you. See Congressman Conyer's Report "Constitution In Crisis" later published as book "George W Bush vs US Constitution". Many innocent Americans being spyed on including anti-war groups, and 90% prisoners have never been charged with crimes.

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By Credo on May 05, 2011 at 11:40 am

Thanks again

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By Credo on October 22, 2013 at 07:33 pm

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By Lady D on January 04, 2008 at 01:00 pmI was watching "Democracy Now" at a friends' house. And then I came home a wached the movie "V for Vendetta." We so need to wake up. If you kee people worried about a roof over thier heads and food in thier stomachs, they won't have time to think about what is really happening. Good article.

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By Credo on October 22, 2013 at 07:34 pm

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By Rose Mountain on May 05, 2008 at 12:40 am

Thanks for article Credo, numerous worldwide scholars, experts, investigations agree with you. See Congressman Conyer's Report "Constitution In Crisis" later published as book "George W Bush vs US Constitution". Many innocent Americans being spyed on including anti-war groups, and 90% prisoners have never been charged with crimes.

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