Does your mind belong to you? (Only 8 percent of the population have the propensity to start this essay.)
A fact can be purposefully misconstrued, and definitions intentionally changed, if you own the media. Sometimes, just a small amount of false information can cause a great deal of confusion, and coupled with a misconstrued definition becomes the very essence of mind control. Yes, it is intentional. Mainstream Media are the very masters of mind control, as they can very scientifically redesign definitions to promote an agenda out of confusion, and redefine a fact once thought implicit. Once you wake up to even the possibility of this, you will see it blaring at you. Truth is a blinding light, as you realize that the media is controlled by conglomerate mega-industries, working in conjunction.
The attempt to coerce the mind of America comes from every direction, and played with great skill. Today, for instance, a question was posed as to the constitutionality of Louisiana's 2012 budget. Those who posed this question knew well what they were doing. They understand that the average person will not dig into the matter sufficient to find truth, but will subconsciously make a decision based on the question. Americans think that if a question is posed, something must be amiss, and so in their minds that question becomes an accusation.
Consider the many amazing mind control devices of this past election. One stands out to be a victory for the Progressive mindset in Washington, and it was played with great cleverness. Ask yourself. Why, pray tell, did the Tea Party back Mitt Romney? The Tea Party Platform was one of liberty, so why push for a Neocon socialist? The answer is this: The Tea Party was infiltrated by a Progressive/Neocon mindset. Pure genius really, as the American right dances to their tune. So angry that Obama won, they just can't comprehend that it is all just a dog and pony show. Our country, our elected officials almost to the last man, is bought and paid for by a military industrial consortium of international bankers and businesses, and an unaccountable Federal Reserve.
The double edged sword... (Only four percent of the population has the propensity to continue this, the two percent who quit got distracted.)
Using a simple word like "Democracy", and then transferring its meaning to another word like "Democratic," is nothing short of brilliant. The transference isn't that hard to do when the populous is dozing off. Having an interchangeable definition can be very bewildering, even for an educated person trying to pay attention. But for them, their newly constructed definition becomes a powerful tool for control. Like a double edged sword, we are conditioned to kill our brothers and unceremoniously kill ourselves at the same time, sometimes metaphorically, and other times tangibly. In the process, there are a lot of money to be made. And if their coffers run dry, more can be printed out of thin air, and this debt becomes yours and your children's forever and a day.
The flavor of the week...
Another word used today is "liberal" and how some people are being designed to think that the word "Libertarian" is coupled with it. Liberal in the sixties was described by John F. Kennedy when he said, "Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country." has little to no meaning for a liberal today. Progressivism has displace liberalism, or haven't you noticed?
Old words are revised, like "Progressive," for instance, and a new definition discovered, like NeoCon or Neoconservative, have little to nothing in common with these fundamental political definitions. It is understood all too well by them, that the nurtured mindset of American's today is to take the easy road, and doing homework to find truth just takes too much effort. They believe the flavor of the week, as viewed from the black box, hypnotized.
Why would the powers attempt to link words like "Rhino" or "Blue Dog," with words like Neocon or the new Teaocon? No controlling entity wants to be understood or seen, like a mouse in the shadows illuminated by a light. The point is, we must learn the meaning of the words we use freely, and make sure they reflect what we think they mean, that is, if truth holds any meaning for you at all. Just as you should not trust anyone, or any institution with your immortal soul, neither should you depend on another to find your truth. Do your own homework, as that is the truest form of individual responsibility, and the very backbone of the Liberty movement.
Also, just a brief study of American history will explain that our Republic, based on law, has little in common with what is called a democracy. We have never had a democracy, our founders emphatically did not want it, and yet our leaders continually refer to the United States as being one, and it is endlessly repeated in the corporate media as fact. Is this done purposely, or purely-d-stupid? Well, whether it is intentional or not, the result is the same, confusion. A lot can be accomplished in the dust of confusion, like the Patriot Act after 9-11, where liberty is doled out like a carrot on a stick, and as we fight over the crumbs on the floor, we remain divided. It is fundamental, a Princely understanding of a Machiavellian ideologue, divide and conquer. Their biggest weapon, and their fear, is your intellect. Read "The Prince," as it is required reading on the Beltway. Learn the thoughts of your masters.
Beating around the Bush...
The Bush Doctrine is a idiom describing various interrelated foreign policies. It is based on a set of principles mandated by our former president, George W. Bush. The first time this phrase was used was by Charles Krauthammer, in 2001, where he described the concept to "unilaterally withdrawing from the ABM treaty and rejecting the Kyoto protocol." After 9/11, it was put into operation that the United States now had the right to secure itself against countries that harbor or give aid to terrorist groups. What hypocrisy, as there has been no declaration of war since WW2. In that process, it justified preemptive war by rule of law, and the 2001 invasion of Afghanistan, preordained for generations, was now in easy reach without the need for Congressional approval.
Though no other mandate has done more to stymie Liberty than the Patriot Act, we now have Patriot Act two, under Obama. While we are slammed with further liberty threats, from the NDAA, to UN sanctions, with the efforts of Hillary Clinton to take our guns away and destroy due process, we are beginning to understand that we have not had state's rights since the mandate's of Abe Lincoln. We are taught about old Abe, honest Abe, and this year he is fighting Vampires. Hillary admitted she is a Progressive, as I have verified on You Tube, and though unproved, it is said she is working jointly with the UN for the proper method to take away our guns. This is unverifiable, because I have only heard this accusation on line, and not in mainstream media, and I do not trust ether. All must be verified, and that takes time.
Preemptive war, by definition, coincides with the concept of preventive war, where a so called, "foreign regime" can be eliminated because it represents a potential threat to the security of the United States. Since WW2, all wars are called a police action, from Korea to Libya, with the guise of "spreading democracy around the world." and to destroy Communism. Progressivism, as found in the White House today, is the precursor to Marxism. Those same people who feed us our concepts will never tell us that they are trying to instill a Republic in a country they conquer by blood, or a Constitution like our own, designed to limit an overbearing and top heavy government, because they are fighting to destroy just that here in America.
Corporatism is not Democracy, democracy is not a Republic, a Republic is not Republican, and a Democrat is not democracy. Also, using the word "regime" subconsciously embeds the notion that it is an illegitimate government. Its definition indicates no such thing. It is a government in power, a form of government, and using the word regime has nothing to do with illegitimacy. So how did we come to that conclusion? Do you see it? What we are, we were taught to be, as manipulated to be, and it will take a great deal of strength of purpose to break those bonds. The light of Liberty is impossible without a Constitution and Bill of Rights, a gift from our funders. That is worth fighting for, however, few will.
Truth is a light in your mind...
Another eye-opener is what is going on in the Middle East. Said to be a strategy to combat terrorism, it is in reality a collective impetus by military industrialists to unilaterally pursue U.S. military interests, in that region. In essence it is the pursuit and control of commodities... oil is one, and the asset of cheap labor another. They are indeed slavers, as these policies were codified in a National Security Council text entitled the National Security Strategy of the United States. as published on September 20, 2002. We are their slaves, and we help them to enslave others.
The phrase "Bush Doctrine" was used at least once by Vice President Dick Cheney. In a speech in June of 2003 he stated: "If there is anyone in the world today who doubts the seriousness of the Bush Doctrine, I would urge that person to consider the fate of the Taliban in Afghanistan, and of Saddam Hussein's regime in Iraq." Think about the reality of these words, then study the history of Afghanistan and Iran. Who was Osama and Saddam? How did we break the backbone of Russia? Homework, that will set you free. Only with truth can you make a viable decision. Truth is a light in your mind.
Obama promises to finish what he started, so he says, and the only thing in his way are a handful of people, the liberty movement. ( Finishing this indicates you are part of that movement.)