I want to share a post full of links for all curious and needing more tools in order to get digging.  These are teachers and thinkers and communities who have taken the proverbial red pill.  The web is getting pretty thick and I just want to recommend those who have and continue to inspire and teach me.

Stefan Molyneux, mountains of great works philosophical, psychological, anarchic, witty and much more, pumping out a ton of work even as he recovers from cancer treatment–it really doesn’t get much more inspiring than that.  His quote that inspired me today: “Use the flame of knowledge to light candles, not people’s hair.” Hmmm, duly noted.

He was on the Alex Jones show just today, making sense of the senselessness.

Moving along, more teachers:

“Now the situation in brotherly Czechoslovakia has been normalized.” Brezhnev said, as the tanks rolled into Prague.  As quoted by Yuri Bezmenov, journalist, informant, defector while discussing, The 4 stages of Ideological Subversion.

Demoralization, Destabilization, Insurgency, Normalization.

He says:

“But in reality, the main emphasis of the KGB is not in the area of intelligence at all! According to my opinion, and the opinion of many defectors of my caliber, only about 15% of time, money and manpower is spent on espionage as such. The other 85% is slow process which we call either ideological subversion or active measures, (2 Russian words, активные something, I couldn’t catch it) in the language of the KGB, or psychological warfare. What it basically means is, to change the perception of reality of every American to such as extent that in spite of the abundance of information no one is able to come to sensible conclusions in the interest of defending themselves, their families, their community and their country.

It’s a great brainwashing process which goes very slow and is divided into four basic stages, the first one being demoralization. It takes from 15 to 20 years to demoralize a nation. Why that many years? Because this is the minimum number of years which is required to educate one generation of students in the country of your enemy exposed to the ideology of your enemy. In other words, Marxism / Leninism ideology is being pumped into the soft heads of at least 3 generations of American students without being challenged or counterbalanced by the basic values of Americanism, American patriotism.

The demoralization process in the United States is basically completed already, for the last 25 years, actually it’s over fulfilled because demoralization now reaches such areas where previously not even Comrade Andropov and all his experts would even dream of such a tremendous success. Most of it is being done by Americans to Americans thanks to a lack of moral standards.”

When you look at history without the blinders of propaganda narrowing your view, it’s amazing how obvious the social manipulation becomes.  It’s evident in Walt Disney films for small children, games and toys and cartoons for young kids, driving the entire education system from prenatal to post-doc, saturating Hollywood and Mainstream News, in the Prepping movement for the urban and countrified alike–it’s like a Fibonacci sequence of conspiracies!

“Is there a conspiracy to create conspiracies?”  asked one of our fellow bloggers on this site.  I will answer now after some reflection and research: How could there not be?!

“. . . Home schooling breeds terrorists” From one of my favorites at the moment, Jon Rappoport, his last post so good I feel called to re-post a good portion right here!

The Eternal Sunshine of the Mind Controlled Classroom:

“Well,” Jimmy’s teacher said, “we’re trying to emphasize cooperation. But Jimmy has another agenda. He apparently wants to stay separate from the other children.”

“Yes,” the principal said. “It’s matter of psychology. You see, separateness breeds conflict. On a larger scale, this is why nations have wars.”

“Agreed,” said the school superintendent. “We want each child to see the reflection of himself in the other children. And we want him to see the reflection of everyone else in himself.”

“You lost me there,” Jimmy’s father said. He was trying to remain calm.

A week ago, Jimmy, six years old, was sitting in class drawing. The teacher had taped a sketch of a face on the blackboard. She was taking the students through a step-by-step process aimed at getting them to reproduce the face in their notebooks.

She walked up and down the rows, and when she came to Jimmy, she saw he was drawing a very different face. It wasn’t bland. It was the face of a woman laughing. The face was floating among trees in a forest.

She stopped. The drawing looked very real.

“Jimmy,” she said, “this isn’t the face we’re all working on.”

He looked up at her.

“I know,” he said.

“So why are you doing this other one?”

He shrugged.

She said, “When we’re done, we’re all going to put our drawings on the blackboard and see what they look like. But your face will be different.”

“So?” he said.

She felt a wave of anger sweep through her. She controlled it.

“The other children will be confused when they see your face,” she said.

Jimmy shrugged again.

“I won’t put your face on the blackboard,” the teacher said.

“Okay,” Jimmy said.

After class, the teacher went to the principal and they sat down and looked through Jimmy’s file. They noticed that Jimmy had once worn an unusual T-shirt to school. It had a photo of a crown on it.

Another child had asked the gym teacher what the crown was.

Now, sitting in the meeting with the teacher, the principal, and the superintendent, Jimmy’s father said, “Jimmy just likes crowns. I don’t know why.”

“Well,” the teacher said, “a crown is a symbol of monarchy. One ruler over all the people.”

The principal said, “That other child felt confused when she saw the T-shirt. Confusion is an indicator that the communal spirit has been , well, interrupted.”

The superintendent said, “A crown can also have religious connotations.”

“Look,” Jimmy’s father said, “we were at a garage sale. Jimmy saw the T-shirt and liked it. So I bought it for him.”

“You let him wear a T-shirt from a garage sale?” the teacher said.

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Another one unschooling and re-educating on the essentials is Richard Grove, at History, so It Doesn’t Repeat.

Interested in education: check out Charlotte Iserbyt and John Taylor Gatto.

That should keep y’all busy for a while, back with more next week!

“The truth will set you free, but first it will piss you off” said Gloria Steinem, ironically, now considered part of the Feminist conspiracy.

Can we apply a Fibonacci sequence to conspiracy?!

Thought of the Week: Can we apply a Fibonacci sequence to conspiracy?!