7/8/11

how far is heaven, part 2

In how far is heaven, part 1, we wrote about pursuing truth.

Part 2 is about the importance of critical thinking.

The resistance begins in your mind. We know that some of us have escaped with our minds and can see through much of the social engineering going on around us at all times. We have escaped from teevee, escaped from organized religion, escaped from politics, to name three big examples. These elaborate, old and powerful social engineering traps appear like glorious mansions until one learns the truth and simply walks outside into the fresh air.








But great and necessary though escaping traps may be, it is not sufficient. Personal mental freedom does not get us off the hook because the problems the world faces affect us all. Understanding that the radiation from Fukushima, for instance, includes “tiny” “invisible” particles presented as inconsequential until one embeds in your lung and proceeds to bombard you with internal radiation like a tiny invisible never-ending exploding grenade, does nothing to make the radiation less deadly or invisible. Thus, we must apply critical thinking to the problems even after we escape the various social engineering traps.

Why? Because people are depending on us. Because it's the right thing to do. Because we are all connected. Because when we can finally see the traps, our responsibility to each other increases rather than diminishes.Do you want justice?
“It doesn’t feel good. It was a horrible decision to *have* to make. But I had to do it based on The Law.” ~ Jennifer Ford, juror in Casey Anthony trial, explaining her “thinking.”
The Law? Not natural law, but man’s law, created by psychopaths for psychopaths.
“But the worst aspect of the legal system is the most hidden part of it. Most people know someone who really needs to have the devil beaten out of them. Why don't you do it then? The answer: because you would get in trouble with the law. Here then we see the worst feature of the law: it is designed to make the world safe for evil people. In effect the law serves to take the horns away from the bulls, while leaving the lions their teeth and claws. Massive, overwhelming, advantage to evil. Indeed, without the legal system insuring their safety, the world would be a much more difficult place for evil people.”

Are we or are we not in an enormous social engineering experiment then, when the entire country gets sucked into watching a psychopath get away with murdering her child? Where is the justice for this ONE dead child?

Nowhere to be found since somehow the jury managed to avoid critical thinking but took The Law very seriously.

IN REALITY, people murder children every day and get away with it, writ large, in the name of National Security for various nations. There is no justice for those children either, and very little outrage; but the children are just as dead. And all that is LEGAL too, supposedly.

Again, what sorts of laws are these that we bow down to? Man's laws.

We guarantee you this child's death went AGAINST GOD'S LAWS.
Nonetheless, we presume no man was ever held accountable
because it happened during war.
An ILLEGAL war.

Apparently, during WAR TIME God's Laws are suspended?
Thus if we have Perpetual Illegal Wars,
God's Laws can be suspended indefinitely?
 Win win win?

Psychopath logic.

Murdering children and getting away with it has just been demonstrated for everyone to see, writ small, in this trial. Have no doubt, if you watched this trial, and we did not, that you were just rolled, emotionally rolled, while psychopaths everywhere rejoice in their ability to murder and get away with it. In Your Face this time.
But why? Why was this the new trial of the century?
We suspect that people have a lot of anger brewing over various matters of national and international importance, or if they don't yet they will soon, and we suspect that our overlords perhaps want to divert some of this brewing anger safely away from their precious selves, and perhaps this outrageous trial has been supplied for this very purpose...?

 cockpunches.com
 
Free to be a porn star now?
http://www.issues.cc/complaints/casey-anthony
Truly, they arranged for a loathsome creature to collect our venom, a worthy scapegoat. We are impressed. 

And what will people do to somehow try to rectify this horrific injustice? Of course, they will petition congress for ANOTHER LAW! Caylee's Law.




"Never interrupt your enemy when he is making a mistake." ~ Napoleon
 

No doubt the psychopaths pee their pants at our hapless condition.
Look away if you must. The woman is already dead, nothing but a shell of a human being. We share it, but save your outrage for the bigger picture. Zoom out.
Forbearance is to wait patiently--no rush, no anxiety--a simple, joyful holding back of what is due. A warrior knows that he is waiting and what he is waiting for. Right there is the great joy of warriorship.
Timing is the quality that governs the release of all that is held back. Control, discipline, and forbearance are like a dam behind which everything is pooled. Timing is the gate in the dam.

Forbearance means holding back with the spirit something that the warrior knows is rightfully due. It doesn't mean that a warrior goes around plotting to do anybody mischief, or planning to settle past scores. Forbearance is something independent. As long as the warrior has control, discipline, and timing, forbearance assures giving whatever is due to whoever deserves it.
Do you want justice? Are you a warrior? Are you prepared?
Surely you know that the military awards the Medal of Honor for “conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his or her life above and beyond the call of duty while engaged in an action against any enemy…”?
We are engaged in action against the enemy. We do what we can. Critical thinking counts. Opening your mouth counts. But pick your battles carefully.


and Headdress

30 comments:

Anon said...

Most interesting thoughts.

- Aangirfan

malcontent said...

GG had a closing link in congruence with your theme today that I wish to share here

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=acLW1vFO-2Q&feature=player_embedded

George Carlin is still prescient.

Hei Hu Quan said...

That was extraordinary AP, spoken with both heart and firmest of conviction. The image of the dead little girl is a hard punch to the gut and b rings your words to full horrifying clarity. It's strange the way that a picture like that can resonate within one's consciousness, well after they've seen it. For that is the measure of humanity and what separates us from non-human psychopaths like our self-imposed leaders that bang-a-gong for war and more war. Death and carnage for fun and profit is a sick obscene fetish. Those who relish it are nothing more than mad dogs who will never exhibit any modicum of remorse. The tree of innocence, goodness and empathy have long withered and died. Lying next to the empty hole where a soul once resided, but was violently evicted.

I noticed that you mentioned in your post about the Medal of Honour. Which is a bitter joke of a concept, obviously created by someone with no concept of the word. Or perhaps fabricated by those who have nothing but contempt and ridicule for the term. They've left that mocking clue in the design of the medal itself. For it's is no accident that the medal is fashioned in the form of an inverted Pentagram.

Watchman on the Wall said...

Wonder what was going on while they were distracting the drooling dullard sheep with that trial of depravity and misery. Gun control? Rural councils? Agenda 21 implementation? Codex Alimentarius? Printing up some more fiat currency?

Greg Bacon said...

This is a good article, just don't read it late at night.

I'm no wussy, but some of those weird looking patches and sinister Latin phrase gave me the creeps.

Top 10 Most Sinister PSYOPS Mission Patches

Mission patches are used by military and space organizations to identify, symbolize and describe a mission’s objectives and its crew. This tradition is also observed in the shady world of PSYOPS where each secret mission of the Pentagon gets its patch. These patches offer a rare glimpse into the Pentagon’s secret operations and the symbolism on them is rather striking: ominous and cryptic phrases, dark occult symbolism, references to secret societies, and sometimes even a rather dark sense of humor. Here’s the top 10 most sinister PSYOPS patches.

As it is nearly impossible to obtain information regarding these highly classified endeavours, mission patches offer a rare glimpse into the world of PSYOPS. Even if one is not well-versed in symbolism, it is easy to perceive a sinister “vibe” emanating from the patch designs. Laced with strange symbols, ominous creatures, obscure Latin phrases and even dark humor, these patches reflect the mindstate of those wearing the patches.

The trailblazer in this area of research is Trevor Paglen, who, in 2008, published the book “I Could Tell You But Then You Would Have to be Destroyed by Me: Emblems from the Pentagon’s Black World”. By the means of hundreds of Freedom of Information requests, he obtained and analyzed forty mission patches. From the book reviews:

“Of course, issuing patches for a covert operation sounds like a joke … but truth be told, these days everything is branded. Military symbols are frequently replete with heraldic imagery—some rooted in history, others based on contemporary popular arts that feature comic characters—but these enigmatic dark-op images, in some cases probably designed by the participants themselves, are more personal, and also more disturbing, than most.”


—Steven Heller, The New York Times Book Review

The rest of this weirdness is at this link:

http://vigilantcitizen.com/vigilantreport/top-10-most-sinister-psyops-mission-patches/

A. Peasant said...

malc, i've seen that before but it seems to get even more stunning as time goes by. way back then people thought it was "comedy" and he must be exaggerating, but actually it is clear now that he didn't exaggerate anything.

HHQ, many thanks. the haunting pic i found some time back and originally posted it at the rude blog. it makes you look carefully to understand and then it blows you away.

re: medal of honor, yes i had to look up which one was for the guys who go back for their mates, because i was reading Thomas Merton during the posting and was thinking to include something he said: paraphrase: it is God's will that all should be saved. but i decided not to include it. however the point is that we can't wash our hands of the situation even after we use our brains to suss it. so i was looking at pics and noticed that upside down star too and thought, that fucking figures.

watchman, good point. it was a huge distraction for all that time, with a massive sucker punch at the end. how's that teevee watching going for the peeps huh?

hey greg, yeah it's like the evil boyscout mentality with the patches. secret handshakes, secret knocks, codes, magic spells. it's creepy and yet it's like having juvenile delinquents in charge of all the weapons.

Anonymous said...

Reading about these smart meters that are supposed to be in every home within the next few years. Have you heard about these? In some places if you say I don't want one the electric company says no service at all.

A. Peasant said...

i have not heard about these. seems redundant too since no doubt they have all the data they need with all their secret spy satellites, etc. but that won't stop them.

Anonymous said...

Jerry Day, an electronics and media expert from Burbank California, recently detailed many of the ways that smart meters act as surveillance deviceswhen they are installed in our homes….

1. They individually identify electrical devices inside the home and record when they are operated causing invasion of privacy.

2. They monitor household activity and occupancy in violation of rights and domestic security.

3. They transmit wireless signals which may be intercepted by unauthorized and unknown parties. Those signals can be used to monitor behavior and occupancy and they can be used by criminals to aid criminal activity against the occupants.

4. Data about occupant’s daily habits and activities are collected, recorded and stored in permanent databases which are accessed by parties not authorized or invited to know and share that private data.

5. Those with access to the smart meter databases can review a permanent history of household activities complete with calendar and time-of-day metrics to gain a highly invasive and detailed view of the lives of the occupants.

6. Those databases may be shared with, or fall into the hands of criminals, blackmailers, law enforcement, private hackers of wireless transmissions, power company employees, and other unidentified parties who may act against the interests of the occupants under metered surveillance.

7. “Smart Meters” are, by definition, surveillance devices which violate Federal and State wiretapping laws by recording and storing databases of private and personal activities and behaviors without the consent or knowledge of those people who are monitored.

8. It is possible for example, with analysis of certain “Smart Meter” data, for unauthorized and distant parties to determine medical conditions, sexual activities, physical locations of persons within the home, vacancy patterns and personal information and habits of the occupants.

A. Peasant said...

good info anonymous. and of course they are called "smart meters" so that people will think they are being so smart and agree to go along with the program, tying into the green agenda of guilt.

here's the link i think you are referring to:

http://endoftheamericandream.com/archives/no-more-privacy-smart-meters-are-surveillance-devices-that-monitor-the-behavior-in-your-home-every-single-minute-of-every-single-day

also, your comment went into spam. it would be helpful for you and others who want to post anonymously to please sign off with something to identify yourself consistently, please. i respect that people want to avoid having a booger ID. however we can't tell one anonymous from another unless you provide the courtesy of identifying yourself.

chuckyman said...

Thank you AP. The words of wisdom at the end of your article had a real resonance with me and the link to the Don Juan article gives a lot to contemplate.

Outrage and anger can sometimes coil in the pit of the stomach like a snake. It is reassuring that we can use these feeling to focus on the pursuit of redress.

questioning said...

I had to skip over that little girl, seen that pic elswhere and it breaks my heart. I dont know what to say other than thank you for another excellant article which I will revisit over the next few days to see the links. The warrior`s one is decent so far.

aferrismoon said...

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-14038729

Warrior jellyfish invade Israeli Nuke Plant. While they were looking at the Flotilla and the Flytilla the Jellies sneaked through their defences.

cheers

A. Peasant said...

C,q, i have read a bit of Don Juan over the past year or so and find it very good stuff to contemplate.

http://www.prismagems.com/castaneda/donjuan7.html

just that one chapter is all i have read a few times.

ferris, warrior jellyfish! love it. i may have to annotate a pic to go with that idea.

Anonymous said...

yep mrs peasant another brill post with all sorts of really good links,

I feel I need to repay your hard work with a poem,but will have to write it tomorrow as it is really late now....

respects neil

A. Peasant said...

no need to repay me neil, as you already do by reading and especially checking out the links. so much great stuff on the web and sometimes i like to break out my favorites like Robert Canup and Don Juan.

but if you do write a poem i'm sure i will love it. :D

Penny said...

I love it!
What on earth is really happening is making you think.
It does that to me too.
If you want a copy of that one little book he mentioned, let me know, I have it.

Of course can't think of what it is called??

I love the lower/upper case law and man's law vs natural law thinking

Anonymous said...

wolves and lions
sun and water
minds and hearts
shining source of
dynamic streams
ancient stars
butterfly motions
thunders charge
moonlit streaks
mountain heights
life embraced
rivers might
birds of paradise
lines of wonder
glowing beams
on rays of summer

..peace..

A. Peasant said...

hi Pen,
yeah i am finding some of the big concepts very helpful in framing things. i will send you an email re: the book, yes i would like to add it to my list of books that i hope to read someday if i ever get an ipad or something like that.

neil, thank you for the beautiful poem. i really like your style. your poems are very meaningful, and positive, and yet they don't require a lot of mental gymnastics from the reader. that was always my problem with poems, having to work to understand them. plus once someone wrote me a poem which i readily understood and it broke my heart and made half my hair turn white overnight. no kidding.

Flerfo said...

AP! Check out this excellent blog dealing with MKultra

http://mkculture.blogspot.com/

A. Peasant said...

hi flerfo, thank you. excellent resource.

freethinker said...

Excellent interview with Adrian Salbuchi here: http://www.redicecreations.com/radio/2011/07/RIR-110705.php Full 2 hours free.

The creeps seem to be using Argentina as one of their testing grounds for the new super-city urban feudalism that is our future. And a little more on Israel-2/Patagonia.

A. Peasant said...

yes, and the south america / hezbollah / tri border area narrative is heating up. hopefully i can get a post together about it in the next day or so.

Anonymous said...

thanks mrs peasant,I would love to get all the topics of the day in a poem really,but the thing with poems they sort of drift off into their own little place,,

anyway this blog is really good
well done mrs peasant

respects neil

Penny said...

what happened to Dublin Mick's blog?
Anyone?
Dublin Mick?

chuckyman said...

Hi Penny. DM has decided to delete his blog at this time. He is still online and will update us I’m sure in time.

Anonymous said...

I grew a little impatient dealing with the trolls and tools. I am still jawing though. Dub

http://aadivaahan.wordpress.com/2011/07/13/dublinmick-shared-this/

Rate of Dissent said...

Where do you find the energy for these elaborate posts? Reading this blog makes me feel like a lazy blogger. Anyways, excellent article as usual.

A. Peasant said...

hi dubs, glad you're ok.

rate, thanks. i don't always have the energy or time so i have to steal it from other things i should be doing, which makes everyone at home mad at me. i don't know why i do it. i am compelled, and you are not lazy.

Anonymous said...

I was spending way too much time on this computer. I had promised myself I wasn't just going to do fill pieces but try and find something that maybe would not be seen on another blog that people might find useful. Then going in everyday deleting all the viagra, triple X and troll spam became like a job.
Dub

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