The Origins of Totalitarianism and Thought-Control

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4 Responses

  1. Kevin. says:

    We’re coming to get you ! Hahhahaaaaaa ……


    Do not forget to also mention, the Jews and Muslims.
    Both groups are extreme in their thinking towards ‘others’.
    You’re all subhumans to them ; so watch out all you Goyim and Kafirs.
    Too late, they’re already in control here and have been for quite some time.

    Oops, not allowed to criticize those two groups !
    Death by ‘ A Thousand Cuts ‘ seems to be on the tarot cards for me now !
    Whoever read those cards got the meaning wrong …..hahahaaaha …

    Gnosis, escape from the thought police.

    • Maria Rigel says:

      Don’t worry, you wouldn’t merit attention from heresy hunters. Nothing heretical in your thoughts there. Most people can’t even think heresy, and that makes them safe.

      • Kevin. says:

        Wow, thanks Maria ; I’ll sleep easy now that I know that they won’t wanna drink my blood from a rusty can …. Phew ….. anyone wanna buy a thousand band-aids .. going cheap.

  2. luthien says:

    This desire for thought control is not unique for religion. It’s just plain old group dynamics, of excluding the dissenting voices. It happens everywhere, and most strongly in areas where people tend to form herds: (pop) culture, politics, religion and even science. The inquisition and the nazis are just the most dramatic examples, but the same principles result in things like kids being taunted for not wearing the right clothes, hipsters or the popularity of Damien Hirst.

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