Fear – the Controlling Factor

Anonymous wrote

Whether it‘s bird flu, mad cow disease, asylum seekers, terrorism, flesh-eating bugs, paedophiles, cancer, crime, germs left, right and centre ready to strike the moment our backs are turned… or even animal rights people and anti-vivisectionists, the reason for our government-directed media’s obsession with installing fear in us has one purpose…control.

Witness a country with a fifth of the world’s CCTV cameras, increasing use of automatic car number plate registration technology, routine surveillance of emails and phone calls, rapidly diminishing civil rights with new laws designed solely to curtail once legal protest, Blair’s plans for a compulsory ID card scheme and national identity register, and his professed desire to see a register of DNA samples of every UK citizen, as Britain slowly but surely descends into becoming a police state.

The reason for all this is very simple: when people live in fear they are easily controlled by their government, for such people do not upset the status quo.

Those who blindly ignore these facts with their mantra of ‘If you have done nothing wrong then you have nothing to hide’, are obviously missing the point: one’s need for privacy, trust, and right to express an opinion – no matter how strongly felt – does not begin and end at one’s own front door.

All things considered, the possibility for the NWO theorists’ vision of a future population microchiped, satellite-tracked, and controlled in it’s every act, thought and belief, actually becoming a reality seems frighteningly real.

Let us remember that three decades have passed since vivisector Jose Delgado, and his countless experiments in control on monkeys and other animals, stated:

“We need a program of psychosurgery for political control of our society. The purpose is physical control of the mind. Everyone who deviates from the given norm can be surgically mutilated. The individual may think that the most important reality is his own existence, but this is only his personal point of view. This lacks historical perspective. Man does not have the right to develop his own mind. This kind of liberal orientation has great appeal. We must electrically control the brain. Some day armies and generals will be controlled by electric stimulation of the brain.”

Essential for the creation of control are three factors: fear, chronic debt, and disease; only the first of these has yet to be fully realised. With all three in place the technology aspect becomes merely academic.

Would it be too far-fetched to consider the idea that Blair’s Britain is at the centre of some unthinkable experiment to see just how far what Delgado called a “psycho-civilized” society can be made a reality?

Not all is lost. Question authority. Remember that the ‘authorities’, whether your government, law makers, health providers or educators, are all public servants, and are paid to act in your best interests. If they fail to do so then question their actions and replace as necessary.

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