North America, Mind Control, Conspiracy And Beyond

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I have followed conspiracy theories for a long time.  I view them in the same way I view a good puzzle or riddle.  Good ones have to a be complete and consistent. For this to be true they need to follow a logic of their own, but it need not follow any known rationale. The best ones have the beauty of simplicity.  If they can build their “truths” from basic principles, then it can create a world of lies that is easily believed.  Or they may just happen to be true.

All critical thinking about conspiracies, or anything really, begins by examining basic assumptions.  First note what are the core assumption being made about human nature.  Whether  people are thought to be basically good, bad or neutral will drive how the theory is created, maintained and resolved.  Whether people are thought to have free will, control and are able to change is equally critical.  On the other hand, the nature of reality is also crucial to understanding conspiracy theories.  Is reality realistic, unitary and rational?  Or is reality unknowable, plural and meta-rational?

Most might think that conspiracy theorists all start with the assumptions that people are basically bad and helpless unless they submit to (and are saved by) my belief and that the only truth is mine and nothing less makes sense. In fact, only fundamentalist strains of conspiracy theory rely on these assumptions. The fundamentalist conspiracy always involves those with which they disagree and there is usually a matter of wealth, power and control involved.  So that the enemy always is taking away what is seen as their birthright.  The fundamentalist conspiracy often hides behind religion to continue to deny some segment of society the right to exercise some element of control over their lives.  This usually starts with premises that rewrite history so that every moment in the redefined past is given meaning which you would have never seen unless you agreed that the enemy has engineered history for its purposes from the start.

More liberal conspiracy theorists usually find people basically good and having free will.  These theorists often find themselves in the same Dystopian camp as the right. They do so because they seek out the  flaws in their own own Utopian vision.  They look at where all the models breakdown and work to fix them.  In the process they learn to distrust much of what appears to be “just so” stories even though they tend to create their own.  At first glance you might think the left are often Luddites or just irrational, but their creativity is not anti-science or anti-reason.  It is often just such a thought process that takes the quantum leaps of insight that advance science and reason into new paradigms.

So the next time you hear what appears to be just another conspiracy theory consider where it is coming from, what are it assumptions, and where it could lead.

Conspiracy or not – who should decide?

posted July 14th, 2011 |in Pak Tea House 

 “The basic tool for the manipulation of reality is the manipulation of words. If you can control the meaning of words, you can control the people who must use the words.” – Philip K. Dick

We have been watching the so called democratic governments around the world, using words to enchain millions of minds and turn people into their obedient machines without a will and without any thoughtfulness in their actions beyond the lies they are fed , by their leaders – read role model, for many. What really makes words a bigger threat to freedom, justice, and truth than bullets is how they manipulate minds of the masses into submission. I call it speech enslavement, – they use words to bring people to compliance.

I’d like to mention a rather relative expression here that we all have so often heard of and most of us even despise; “conspiracy theory”. What is conspiracy theory really? Have we ever considered how often we have watched leaders use this term to shrug off things and how many times has this been an alternative answer to rather uncomfotable questions? The term “conspiracy theory” has thrown in more to the obliteration and enslavement of people in Pakistan than the oligarchical Establishment’s assassinations of reformers like Hakeem Saeed, Salman Taseer, Shahbaz Bhatti, Saleem Shahzad and other truth-telling speech a’meliorators. The stigma surrounding ideas and topics that are collectively referred to as “conspiracy theories” thwarts away the possible critical thinking among the masses avoiding to reveal the exact intentions of their biased leaders and the policies ratified by their governments. [more]

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