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Mind Control - Is Somebody Thinking for You

Mind Control - Is Somebody Thinking for You

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Mind Control - Is somebody thinking for you?
Is there really such a thing as "brainwashing," or "mind control?" What kind of person issusceptible? What exactly is a "cult" and how are followers controlled? How can onerecognize an organization that engages in such practices, and should such organizations beheld responsible for the damage intentional manipulation can cause?The most insidious threat to our basic freedoms, such as freedom of mind and freedom of speech, is a little-known phenomenon known as mind control. "Mind control" refers to allcoercive psychological systems, such as brainwashing, thought reform, and coercivepersuasion. Mind control is the shaping of a person's attitudes, beliefs, and personalitywithout the person's knowledge or consent. Mind control employs deceptive andsurreptitious manipulation, usually in a group setting, for the financial or political profit of themanipulator. Mind control works by gradually exerting increasing control over individualsthrough a variety of techniques, such as excessive repetition of routine activities, intensehumiliation, or sleep deprivation."Cult" refers to a destructive group which uses mind control to deceivingly influence itsmembers. It has become fairly standard to use this term for any organization or group whichuses mind control on its members. Cults are not necessarily religious. A cult may formaround any theme, such as a political, racial, psychotherapeutic, or even athletic agenda.For the protection of our basic human and constitutional rights, I hope to provide afundamental education on the subject of mind control so that you can protect yourself andyour loved ones from any individual or organization that is engaging in this kind of manipulation. Satan implemented his mind control scheme on the human race along timeago. Dumbing us down using various mediums. And it is time to recognize them.
How does Mind Control work? 
A technical overview of mind control tactics:[This document, in substance, was presented to the U.S. Supreme Court as an educationalAppendix on coercive psychological systems in the case Wollersheim v. Church of Scientology 89-1367 and 89-1361. The Wollersheim case was being considered related toissues involving abuse in this area. In this document coercive persuasion is the professionalterm being used to describe the nature of coercive psychological systems. Wollersheim case-specific details have been deleted.]Coercion is defined as, "to restrain or constrain by force..." Legally it often implies theuse of PHYSICAL FORCE or physical or legal threat. This traditional concept of coercion isfar better understood than the technological concepts of "coercive persuasion" which areeffective restraining, impairing, or compelling through the gradual application of PSYCHOLOGICAL FORCES.A coercive persuasion program is a behavioral change technology applied to cause the"learning" and "adoption" of a set of behaviors or an ideology under certain conditions. It isdistinguished from other forms of benign social learning or peaceful persuasion by theconditions under which it is conducted and by the techniques of environmental andinterpersonal manipulation employed to suppress particular behaviors and to train others.Over time, coercive persuasion, a psychological force akin in some ways to our legal conceptsof undue influence, can be even MORE effective than pain, torture, drugs, and use of physicalforce and legal threats.The Korean War "Manchurian Candidate" misconception of the need for suggestibility-increasing drugs, and physical pain and torture, to effect thought reform, is generallyassociated with the old concepts and models of brainwashing. Today, they are not necessaryfor a coercive persuasion program to be effective. With drugs, physical pain, torture, or evena physically coercive threat, you can often temporarily make someone do something againsttheir will. You can even make them do something they hate or they really did not like orwant to do at the time. They do it, but their attitude is not changed.This is much different and far less devastating than that which you are able to achievewith the improvements of coercive persuasion. With coercive persuasion you can changepeople's attitudes without their knowledge and volition. You can create new "attitudes"where they will do things willingly which they formerly may have detested, things whichpreviously only torture, physical pain, or drugs could have coerced them to do. The advancesin the extreme anxiety and emotional stress production technologies found in coercivepersuasion supersede old style coercion that focuses on pain, torture, drugs, or threat in thatthese older systems do not change attitude so that subjects follow orders "willingly."Coercive persuasion changes both attitude AND behavior, not JUST behavior.
Coercive persuasion or thought reform as it is sometimes known, is best understood as acoordinated system of graduated coercive influence and behavior control designed todeceptively and surreptitiously manipulate and influence individuals, usually in a groupsetting, in order for the originators of the program to profit in some way, normally financially
or politically. The essential strategy used by those operating such programs is tosystematically select, sequence and coordinate numerous coercive persuasion tactics overCONTINUOUS PERIODS OF TIME. There are seven main tactic types found in variouscombinations in a coercive persuasion program. A coercive persuasion program can still bequite effective without the presence of ALL seven of these tactic types.TACTIC 1. The individual is prepared for thought reform through increased suggestibilityand/or "softening up," specifically through hypnotic or other suggestibility-increasingtechniques such as: A. Extended audio, visual, verbal, or tactile fixation drills; B. Excessiveexact repetition of routine activities; C. Decreased sleep; D. Nutritional restriction.TACTIC 2. Using rewards and punishments, efforts are made to establish considerablecontrol over a person's social environment, time, and sources of social support. Socialisolation is promoted. Contact with family and friends is abridged, as is contact with personswho do not share group-approved attitudes. Economic and other dependence on the group isfostered. (In the forerunner to coercive persuasion, brainwashing, this was rather easy toachieve through simple imprisonment.)TACTIC 3. Disconfirming information and non-supporting opinions are prohibited in groupcommunication. Rules exist about permissible topics to discuss with outsiders.Communication is highly controlled. An "in-group" language is usually constructed.TACTIC 4. Frequent and intense attempts are made to cause a person to re-evaluate the mostcentral aspects of his or her experience of self and prior conduct in negative ways. Efforts aredesigned to destabilize and undermine the subject's basic consciousness, reality awareness,world view, emotional control, and defense mechanisms as well as getting them to reinterprettheir life's history, and adopt a new version of causality.TACTIC 5. Intense and frequent attempts are made to undermine a person's confidence inhimself and his judgment, creating a sense of powerlessness.TACTIC 6. Nonphysical punishments are used such as intense humiliation, loss of privilege,social isolation, social status changes, intense guilt, anxiety, manipulation and othertechniques for creating strong aversive emotional arousals, etc.TACTIC 7. Certain secular psychological threats [force] are used or are present: That failureto adopt the approved attitude, belief, or consequent behavior will lead to severe punishmentor dire consequence, (e.g. physical or mental illness, the reappearance of a prior physicalillness, drug dependence, economic collapse, social failure, divorce, disintegration, failure tofind a mate, etc.).Another set of criteria has to do with defining other common elements of mind controlsystems. If most of Robert Jay Lifton's eight point model of thought reform is being used in acultic organization, it is most likely a dangerous and destructive cult. These eight pointsfollow:
Robert Jay Lifton's Eight Point Model of Thought Reform 
1. ENVIRONMENT CONTROL. Limitation of many/all forms of communication with thoseoutside the group. Books, magazines,letters and visits with friends and family are taboo. "Come out and be separate!"

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