Brain-Wash

The most reoccurring point of this blog is to encourage you to be a free-thinker. To open your mind and also be skeptical, to apply scientific method to all information you receive and to have the pursuit of reason as your utmost highest value.

The enemy of this is something people from all religious views and from every end of the political spectrum are very susceptible to; mind control. To relinquish your mind to the will of another simply because it “feels” right. To simply choose to stop thinking for yourself. We have no moral compasses, we are not endowed with a natural knowledge of what is wrong and right, it is only through reason that morality can be found.

The people who wish to control you, they are intellectuals whores, feeding off the blind obedience of others. They wish to have the most dangerous of human lusts; power–the more they get, the more they want, as much as they can get.

These parasites of society have many means of obtaining this great vice, the greatest of which is emotion.  They dazzle you with void rhetoric, with pleasing voices and well tuned body language. They promise wonderful things like hope and salvation, they comfort you and give you a yearning to hear more. They make you feel alive and impassioned! Of coarse, not everyone giving a speech, even ones that are good speakers are these people but you can never know. You must confront all sources of ideas with a critical mind, no matter how used to it or how trust worthy you think it is and you must not let emotion get in the way of it.

Please, you WILL be enslaved if you do not question EVERY source. Question me, question your beliefs, question your parents, question your government and do all initial questioning respectfully, then do any counter-action that may result from the questioning with a ferocity.

This video below is called The Milgram Experiment, it shows just how weak people are to authority even when they know it’s wrong.

The leaches who wish to brain-wash you to think as they do will use much trickery of words saying things like “this is your only chance”, “you must act now”, “later might be to late”, “just trust me”, “look inside yourself”, “deep down you know it’s true”, “become like a child”, “surrender yourself”, “you have a whole that can only be filled by ___”, “this is the only way for your salvation”, “let ___ take control of your life”, and they will constantly be preaching to you to have obedience to their cause.

Tell me, if you believed your God told you to kill someone, would you?

And this doesn’t just go for religion, there are many instances in which this could occur.

Please don’t become a slave. Be free.

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3 Responses to “Brain-Wash”

  1. Hi, freedomaniac, I tried posting this on RichardDawkins.net, but the answers I got… didn’t seem too creative nor investigative to me. Since you have several arguments analyzing the impossibilities of the christian god, I’d like to see what you think up:
    http://forum.richarddawkins.net/viewtopic.php?f=18&t=104478

    “First of all, let me state that I am an atheist.

    One argument I hear for the nonexistence of a described god (ex. a god as described by the bible, quran, other scriptures) is that anything that exists must by definition be composed of matter (premise 1).
    Matter is subject to the laws of nature (premise 2). Therefore, the contradictory natures of a described god (omnipotence paradox, free will, killing in the name of a god that says thou shall not kill) violates the laws of nature (prayer, heavenly mandate), and therefore such entities as described in religions cannot exist.

    1) However, why can’t this “god” Not be composed of matter? (justify premise 1)
    2) Why can’t the activities of this “god” Not be confined by laws of nature? (justify premise 2)
    If “godly” activities were to interact with real life, then they would be measurable, and then by definition the perpetrators of those activities would be natural and real. But there are no evidence of such activities…
    Perhaps the answers lie in:
    1a) If theists claim argue that this god were Not to be composed of matter, what would this imply / why wouldn’t it be considered existent? explain why.
    2a) If the activities of this god were Not operated upon natural laws, what would this imply? A logical contradiction?

    In dealing with another premise in another argument against the existence of god(s):
    Bonus) Does the universe really contain all of existence (including time dimension itself)? How do we know this?”

    • Oh, sorry, I didn’t really mean to say that I wanted answers that were “creative” (not to restrict your answers) , but I would like to know how those premises would be justified… (it can be simple as long as it justifies the premise)
      The thing is, theists will come up with the lamest excuses for their gods, but just exclaiming “lame!”…. is pretty lame. So, I’d like to point out what’s wrong with their excuses, that their god is supernatural and laws do not apply to them.

  2. Premise 1: I’ve never said it had to be made out of matter, I see no logic behind that, he very well may be made of something else.

    Premise 2: I’ve made the distinction between “Universe” and “Reality”. Universe is defied by time/space and Reality is defined by objective law which is impossible not to exist(see other blogs). If God is contained within the Universe it is bound by both the laws of the Universe and the laws of Reality as a whole, which means it can’t have control over them. But it doesn’t have to be contained within the Universe, it could be outside the Universe but within reality, which still doesn’t make it omnipotent. In order to be omnipotent it would have to be outside Reality, which would make it unreal.

    Does the Universe contain all of Existence: It all depends on how you define Universe. By my definitions as I described; no, there is existence outside of the Universe.

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