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Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Royal Priesthood of the State

It is always fascinating to see the scientific and occult elite demonstrate their intentions so openly:

A bizarre experiment claims to be able to make Christians no longer believe in God and make Britons open their arms to migrants in experiments some may find a threat to their values.

Scientists looked at how the brain resolves abstract ideological problems.

Using a technique called transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), researchers safely shut down certain groups of neurons in the brains of volunteers.

First of all, messing with brain neurons is anything but safe.  Doing so may cause you serious brain damage which is not a good thing.  Ask anyone who has had severe brain trauma and they’ll tell: it’s not like in the movies.

Notice how the opening paragraph of the article talks about trying to get Christians to not believe in God and change the political opinions of people to one that is more in line with our elite overlords.  No need to use magnets to make people believe in God or believe in nationalism.  That would be a grave sin in our post-post-modern secular Utopia tainted by the dumb masses.

I would also like to point out that science such as this should be observed with a raised eyebrow and a very skeptical mind.  This is because what passes for science these days is not science at all.  In many cases, the scientists, who are sanctioned by the State, tend to create results that are not replicable, which isn’t science.

This has been going on for a long time now I suspect.  Researchers and scientists are often paid by the governments they work under to produce favorable results.  If those results are about making better weapons, usually they succeed.  But if those results are explanations as to why lesbians are overweight, you can bet that the results are less than honest.

I don’t hate science and I am not anti-science, despite what atheists will say about a true believer such as myself.

But I hate dishonesty.  And this who study smacks of dishonesty to me.

It also harbors a much darker implication.  What if the elite overlords decide to employ this technique on the general populace?  What if they decide to engineer a mechanism that sends wave after wave of magnetism across the land in an effort to make people conform to their standards of living?

It probably won’t work as intended, but the side-effects could cause serious societal ills.  It is theorized, for example, that crime dropped after the 1960s in America because we started using unleaded gasoline and that lead in the air caused people to be come more aggressive, especially in cities.  A similar effect could happen in this case.

It’s not like they haven’t been planning something like this in the past.  I’ve heard that elected leaders once thought it would be a good idea to put anti-depressants in our drinking water.  While it is conjecture, I wouldn’t put it past certain stuffy bureaucratic types with high-minded ideals to try out all kinds of crackpot techniques in order to control the population.

And they have legions of “scientists” at their backs to justify all of it.  A royal priesthood for the State, if you will.