The Anatomy of Slavespeak. Mind Control: A Field Guide to Language that Maintains the Master-Slave Relationship. How to Sidestep Political Entrapment
The Anatomy of Slavespeak.
Mind Control: A Field Guide to Language that Maintains the Master-Slave Relationship.
How to Sidestep Political Entrapment
USING WORDS AS WEAPONS / WAR OF WORDS / INFORMATION WAR
HOW TO SELL TYRANNY TO COERCE AND SUBJUGATE THE MASSES
The Birth of our Nation has Been Glorified. But the True Intent of the United States Government WERE NEVER REALLY THAT NOBLE.
The problem with a Glorified view of Government is that it’s romantic bullshit. Governments are instituted to secure power, profit, and privilege for those who constitute them, and nothing else.
A Government is in the End, is Nothing but A Hungry Beast that Always Seeks to Devour More and More.
“The Traps and Snares of Evil Lies Await with the Bait of False Promises.
The Carrot may Lure one in, but it is the Hidden Stick that Holds the True Intent.”
The Anatomy of Slavespeak
Mind Control: a Field Guide to Language that Maintains the Master-Slave Relationship
The first thing I want you to realize is that the primary tool or WEAPON Technocrats use to subjugate, control, and dominate their victims is WORDS. By “Technocrats” I mean “coercive political agent” or “terrorist bureaucrat.” A Technocrat is always an individual human being.
I don’t care how much thought you have to put into this, but it’s absolutely vital that you understand that the primary means terrocrats use to subjugate, control, and dominate their victims is words.
Actually, there are three kinds of “things” terrocrats use to control their victims. The first is violence. The second is money. And the third is words. By violence, here, I mean actual physical violence. (Threats of violence are almost always expressed in words.)
Please think about this issue. How often has a terrocrat stuck a gun in your face and said, “Pay your taxes or else?” Compare this to the number of times terrocrats have sent you pieces of paper with words on them, telling you what to do or what not to do – and what penalties you may be subjected to, if you don’t obey?
Now, please stretch your imagination and imagine a world in which nobody takes the words of terrocrats seriously. They say, “We are the government,” and everyone laughs at them and asks, “Government? – what’s that?” And, whatever they reply, they are greeted with more laughter.
Then they say, “Our word is law; and you must obey.” Everyone just laughs at the terrocrats and asks, “Law? – what’s that?” Again, whatever they reply, they are greeted with more laughter.
How much power would terrocrats have in such a world?
How to Be Free: Harry Browne’s Freedom Principles
Harry Browne’s Freedom Principles
There are two basic reasons why most people remain enslaved:
They’re unaware of the many options and alternatives available to them;
They accept without challenge certain assumptions that restrict their freedom.
Harry calls these assumptions traps. As long as you don’t challenge these assumptions, they can keep you enslaved.
If you want to increase your freedom, Harry Browne’s How I Found Freedom in an Unfree World is must reading. I don’t know of any other book that even comes close to providing you with such powerful self-liberating information. Here I can only present you with a brief overview.
Assumption Traps That Can Restrict Your Freedom
Identity Trap #1: The belief that you should be someone other than yourself. You need to be true to yourself. Find out who you are; be yourself; do things your own way.
Identity Trap #2: The assumption that others will do things the way you would. You can’t control others, but you can control how you deal with them. Harry Browne says, “you have tremendous control over your life, but you give up that control when you try to control others.”
Intellectual Trap: The belief that your emotions should conform to an intellectually preconceived standard. Emotions are best regarded as signals that tell you how you’re doing.
Emotional Trap: The belief that you can make important decisions when you’re feeling strong emotions.
Morality Trap: The belief that you must obey a moral code created by someone else. In order to become more competent (and free) you need to strengthen your understanding of the cognitive links between your actions and the consequences you produce. Morality is basically a set of very general rules concerning what to do and what not to do, generally involving large consequences. Blindly using someone else’s moral code, tends to reduce your competence, because it prevents the forming of proper cognitive links between actions and consequences. To be free you need to create your own moral code.
Unselfishness Trap: The belief that you must put the happiness of others ahead of your own. A world of maximum value is a function of the total of maximum individual value. You know yourself and what you value far better than you know others and what they value. Therefore, you are much more competent to increase your own value than that of others. So, maximum value is achieved by each individual maximizing his or her own personal value.
Because we live in an “expanding-pie” world, it’s possible to maximize personal value while at the same time adding to the value of others. We maximize personal value by creating values for others to freely choose. The assumptions that “selfishness” and “greed” are evil need to be questioned.
Group Trap: The belief that you can accomplish more by sharing responsibilities, efforts, and rewards with others than you can by acting on your own; the belief that anyone can speak on behalf of another.
To overcome the Group Trap organizations can be organized in such a manner that the links between actions, results, and rewards are as direct as possible. For example, instead of hiring additional personnel, work can be subcontracted.
Government Trap #1: The belief that governments perform socially useful functions that deserve your support.
Government Trap #2: The belief that you have a duty to obey laws.
Government Trap #3: The belief that the government can be counted upon to carry out a social reform you favor.
Government Trap #4: The fear that the government is so powerful that it can prevent you from being free.
Obviously, the vast majority of people believe that the noises and scribbles of government people constitute “the law.” There are also hordes of bureaucrats, police, and judges who regard “the law” as sacrosanct. If they suspect you disrespect their “law,” they tend to feel very threatened and may become extremely vindictive. There are times when your freedom depends on your ability to convince them that you respect the noises and scribbles they call “the law.”
Despair Trap: The belief that other people can prevent you from being free. You are always free to move on and start a new life.
Rights Trap: The belief that your rights will make you free. The U.S.A. is supposed to be a country where certain individual rights are guaranteed by the Constitution and government officials are supposed to swear an oath to uphold the Constitution. Yet there are thefts, robberies, rapes, murders, etc. every day. Furthermore, government officials violate individual rights with abandon in the form of taxation, regulation, more taxation, and more regulation.
In choosing your actions, you are far better off carefully considering the consequences to yourself, rather than acting in accordance with your “rights.” As Max Stirner said, “Might is a fine thing, and useful for many purposes; for “one goes further with a handful of might than with a bagful of right.”
Utopia Trap: The belief that you must create better conditions in society before you can be free. You’re far better off and much more powerful if you concentrate on changing and improving yourself — and creating your own personal utopia of freedom and wealth — rather than trying to transform society.
As Harry writes:
The world-changers are powerless. They dream of remaking the world; but they can’t, and so they’ve placed their emphasis where they have no power at all.
Free men recognize that they can’t change the world. and so they concentrate on the power they do have — which is enormous. They realize that they can choose not to be involved in situations that don’t suit them.
So, they look for situations that do suit them. And they discover far more opportunities for such situations than most people imagine exist.
A free person doesn’t try to remake the world or his friends or his family. He merely appraises every situation by the simple standard: Is this what I want for myself? If it isn’t, he looks elsewhere. If it is, he relaxes and enjoys it — without the problems most other people take for granted.
A free man uses his tremendous power of choice to make a comfortable life for himself.
The power of choice. You have it. But you forfeit it when you imagine that you can choose for others. You can’t.
But you can choose for yourself — from hundreds of exciting, happiness-producing alternatives.
Why not use that power?
Burning Issue Trap: The belief that there are compelling social issues that require your participation.
Previous-Investment Trap: The belief that time, effort, and money spent in the past must be considered when making a decision in the present. You know the old saying, “Don’t throw good money after bad.”
Harry Browne says:
“In every case, the question is: With what you have now, what is the best way to use that to get the most in the future?” What you’ve paid to get where you are now is irrelevant; those resources are gone and can’t be retrieved, no matter what you do.
Box Trap: A box is any uncomfortable situation that restrains your freedom. The box trap is the belief that the cost of getting out of a box is too high to consider. The problems associated with maintaining a false image are part of the box trap.
To get out of a box, consider three factors, that is, the disadvantages of the box: The price you pay for remaining stuck in the box; The cost of escaping from the box; and What you could do after escaping the box, that is, the benefits you gain by escaping the box.
Obviously, a marriage could be a box. There’s a very important principle: the sooner you pay the price to get out of a box, the less it costs you. In other words, the longer you stay in a box the more it costs you.
Certainty Trap: The urge to act as if your information were totally certain. Firstly, our perception is limited and subject to error. Secondly, information evolves continuously. Tomorrow we’ll know more than today. Some of what we know today will be proved wrong by what we discover tomorrow.
Because we always act on incomplete or on at best partially correct information, we take risks in everything we do.
Harry Browne says:
The individual who ignores these risks can lose his freedom in three important ways:
1. He’s likely to take risks that would be unacceptable if he were to recognize them; and by acting rashly he can get himself into boxes that restrict his freedom
2. When things don’t go his way, his previous certainty can turn quickly to despair and depression: after all, he was “so sure.” Now that he’s discouraged, his emotions can tempt him to run from his bad consequences into a worse situation. In other words, he’s fallen into the Emotional Trap.
3. By accepting opinions as absolute fact, he can allow his freedom to be restricted by information that may not be true.”
Harry Browne identifies five “information principles”:
Popularity isn’t proof. The fact “everybody knows” could mean little or nothing.
Be skeptical about new information.
Don’t expect to have an explanation for everything. To some extent, you always have to act in the dark.
You can’t see everything; recognize that you see only part of the picture.
Recognize the risks and liabilities. Action always involves risk.
“You are the sovereign authority for your life. You are the ruler who makes the decisions regarding how you will act, what information you will accept. You do it anyway — but if you recognize that you do it, you can gain much greater control over your future.
But whether or not you accept it, you are sovereign. You rule one life — and you rule it totally.
You decide which information you will accept or reject. You decide what your next action will be. You decide what moral code you’ll live by.
To be free, you have only to make the decision to be free. Freedom is waiting for you — anytime you’re ready for it.”
ANATOMY OF SLAVESPEAK PDF. ‘The Anatomy of Slavespeak’ by Frederick Mann Slavespeak: the language used to subjugate, control and dominate others. Slavespeak includes words like.???
THE ANATOMY OF SLAVESPEAK
The Anatomy of Slavespeak Mind Control: a Field Guide to Language that Maintains the Master-Slave Relationship
Report #TL07B: THE NATURE OF GOVERNMENT
(AMERICA IS IN A CONSTANT STATE OF WAR AGAINST THEIR OWN CITZENS)
The US Governments Attempt to Nullify our Constitution
#TL07: The Constitution of No Authority
There is a game called “U.S.A.” The play of the game is concentrated on parts of a board called “United States of America.” But players can move all over the world. The players have different pieces they move around. Some pieces are considered more important and more powerful than other pieces. The pieces are called names like “president,” “senator,” “representative,” “secretary,” “judge,” “general,” “captain,” “governor,” “attorney,” “marshall,” “sheriff,” “policeman,” “policewoman,” “businessman,” “businesswoman,” “doctor,” “soldier,” “citizen,” “employee,” “taxpayer,” “voter,” “parent,” “child,” “teacher,” “preacher,” “journalist,” “unemployee,” “criminal,” etc.
The pieces considered to be most important (joined in an association called the “government”) make up the rules of the game as they go along. The rules are called “laws.” The “most important players” change the rules whenever they like. The score of the game is kept with tokens called “money.”
The board on which the game is played has good squares, neutral squares, and bad squares. If a piece lands on a good square, the player might win a million tokens or get a promotion and exchange his or her piece for a more important piece. If a piece lands on a neutral square, the player just continues as usual. If a piece lands on a bad square, the player might get sick and/or die, or might have “money” tokens or “property” “seized” by the “most important players,” or is locked up in “jail” by the “most important players.” Sometimes when two pieces land on the same square, they form a union called “marriage” – this could be good, neutral, or bad.
The “most important players” compel the players with pieces called “children” to move into squares (good, neutral, or bad?) called “schools,” where the pieces are “educated” so they will learn that the game called “U.S.A.” is the only game and the best game in the world. Of course, they are also “educated” on how to play the game.
Sometimes the “most important players” organize a subgame called “war.” The purpose of this subgame is to destroy as many pieces as possible. When a player’s piece is destroyed, the player is killed and buried.
The Birth of our Nation has Been Glorified. But the True Intent of the United States Government WERE NEVER REALLY THAT NOBLE.
The problem with this view of government is that it’s romantic bullshit. Governments are instituted to secure power, profit, and privilege for those who constitute them, and nothing else.
A Government is in the End, is Nothing but a Hungry Beast that Always Seeks to Devourer More and More.
Lies Our Forefathers Told Us By Victor Milan
The belief in “government for the benefit of the governed” is a variation of the something-for-nothing fallacy. It’s predicated on the notion that humans are too wicked to govern themselves, and therefore must be governed by others. But those others are…human. So where does this “something” — the ability to govern — come from? The same place the plenty leftists believe should be the lot of everyone (except those who produce) comes from: thin air.
Politics and liberty are mutually fatal. They are not symbiotes, they are not co-evolutionary. Over the long term, one must strangle the other.
Government exists by destroying liberty, and therefore exists to destroy liberty. Only by destroying liberty can government fulfill its only function, which is to convey power to its participants.
Likewise, only by depriving the people of liberty through force or fraud can government transfer their wealth to its component persons and their friends.
Some of our forefathers understood this scam perfectly well. John Adams, one of the most heinous betrayers of Revolutionary principles, spoke with cynical candor of the need “to contrive some method for the colonies to glide insensibly from under the old government into peaceable and contented submission to new ones.”
Which is to say, “Meet the new boss, same as the old boss.”
And from the other side, Thomas Payne wrote in Common Sense that “Government, like dress, is the badge of lost innocence; the palaces of kings are built upon the ruins of the bowers of paradise.”
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