How We Become Slaves Of “The System”
Almost everything you think and do is against your best interest and you don’t even realize it. It’s planned that way.
The state seeks absolute control of your mind, body and spirit. Can the state succeed? It has, but only a precious few ever know.
Your mind and your thoughts are not your own. Almost every thought you have channels you toward the state.
By the time a child grows up and goes through the public (non)education system, he or she has no thoughts of his or her own. By the time that person is finished with college, the system has sealed his or her thought processes so that nothing is questioned. The imperative to inquire beyond what comes from the propaganda media and our leaders is gone.
Our minds are so smug in darkness and organized confusion that we are complete automatons. Our ego, our individuality, is completely excised and we are completely transferred into the state organism and group thought. Any deviation from the system by anyone is met with hostility by friends and neighbors.
By this we become locked into a system based only on conventional wisdom. Conventional wisdom is what everybody knows. It is the court history (faux history) we receive in school and through the controlled media, repeated ad nauseum.
Conventional wisdom is based on confusion and disinformation. It has a crowding-out effect in our thought processes that stifles inquiry. In other words, conventional wisdom programs us to reject any information or thought not in harmony with our preconditioning and experience. It is called cognitive dissonance.
The more one is formally educated, the more he/she is locked into the system mindset. (Why do you think there is such a push for everyone to receive a college education whether a person is so inclined or not?)
I myself went through four years of college, worked on a master’s degree, and attended law school. What a pity! It took valuable time and money for me to pay for the brainwash. It took years to get over it. I had to completely erase this education foolishness before I could begin to have half sense. My inquiring attitude and much, much reading helped me escape the programmed maze that entrapped me. The many conflicts and confusion was emotionally and financially costly.