Monday, 29 June 2015

They Must Be Controlled!

They Must Be Controlled
What gives an electric jolt as strong as a typical Tase but is designed for prisoners already in police custody rather than suspects not yet arrested? Wireless "Stun-Cuffs" from Myers Enterprises. "Today's criminal is more hardened, desperate, and more dangerous than ever," its imperfectly punctuated brochure warns. "Whether taking a prisoner for a doctor visit, transporting them for trial, interrogations or dealing with a prisoner that is under the influence. They must be controlled." - See more at: http://www.thedailybell.com/news-analysis/36377/They-Must-Be-Controlled/#sthash.2CGt5j6K.dpuf
What gives an electric jolt as strong as a typical Tase but is designed for prisoners already in police custody rather than suspects not yet arrested? Wireless "Stun-Cuffs" from Myers Enterprises. "Today's criminal is more hardened, desperate, and more dangerous than ever," its imperfectly punctuated brochure warns. "Whether taking a prisoner for a doctor visit, transporting them for trial, interrogations or dealing with a prisoner that is under the influence. They must be controlled." - See more at: http://www.thedailybell.com/news-analysis/36377/They-Must-Be-Controlled/#sthash.2CGt5j6K.dpuf



What gives an electric jolt as strong as a typical Tase but is designed for prisoners already in police custody rather than suspects not yet arrested? Wireless "Stun-Cuffs" from Myers Enterprises. "Today's criminal is more hardened, desperate, and more dangerous than ever," its imperfectly punctuated brochure warns. "Whether taking a prisoner for a doctor visit, transporting them for trial, interrogations or dealing with a prisoner that is under the influence. They must be controlled." - See more at: http://www.thedailybell.com/news-analysis/36377/They-Must-Be-Controlled/#sthash.2CGt5j6K.dpuf


What gives an electric jolt as strong as a typical Tase but is designed for prisoners already in police custody rather than suspects not yet arrested? Wireless "Stun-Cuffs" from Myers Enterprises. "Today's criminal is more hardened, desperate, and more dangerous than ever," its imperfectly punctuated brochure warns. "Whether taking a prisoner for a doctor visit, transporting them for trial, interrogations or dealing with a prisoner that is under the influence. They must be controlled."
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Something similar was used in Wu Ch'êng-ên's Chinese Classic 'Monkey'.
However, the pain was administered by the one who freed him from the mountain he had been encased in (By Lord Buddha) - and who it was Monkey's part to guide and protect - regardless that this pilgrim in search of Scripture was liable to see everything awry.

I see a part of human desire operating as the intent to force its will upon life. However to be as a 'god' over others is to isolate and invalidate oneself from all that is true. Ergo; only one's own will determines truth. However the acceptance of fear-directives as if they are our true will is simply the refusal to challenge them.

The ideology of humanity as mechanism can only result in a conditioning against our true nature that then 'demands' technocratic intervention.
The racket isn't just to control felons - but to cultivate them like a crop. One can see this in pharmaceutical cartel, the war-machine cartel, the financial supply cartel. It is the mind that is being cultivated and targeted. That it happens Big-Time on the world stage does not mean we cannot see ourselves using the same devices in our relationships and our own identity. If billions are patterned in such a way - no surprise the world reflects the same writ large.

There is a place for forceful restraint to prevent harming self or others. But within a quality and commitment to a correction or realignment to free and responsible communication. Not within a socially justified hate scapegoating - nor within the usurping of the mob mind that has thus opened itself to shadow power.

That bodies can be hurt or attacked is not in question - but any true movement of freedom will meet the fear of pain and loss of life. Do we over identify with the body and become its slave - whilst playing in the mind-games of freedom was or freedom will be?



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