2015: 3 Things Sheeple Do That You Don’t Have To

Dylan Charles, Waking Times Do you ever get that feeling like you’re surrounded by automatons, people who merely mimic life, without really living it? Sheeple, as they may be called, are otherwise ordinary folks who’ve adapted particularly well to the workforce/consumer/obedience training agenda. They’ve been taught to be docile, foolish and easily led. They’re particularly keen at following mainstream narratives and adapting to group-think and group-behaviors. Almost criminally uninformed at times, they are predictable, obedient, gullible, and uninquisitive, always doing their part to sustain the cultural power dynamic by policing and enslaving themselves and staying focused on whatever tasks have been given them. The primary rewards for their acquiescence being the comfort and the illusion of security. Sheeple are everywhere, to be sure, but a tremendous counter-movement is rising in opposition to this engineered madness. The amount of people waking up is truly inspiring, and a big part of […] Read More

Psychological Warfare and the Fragmentation of the Psyche

By: Jay The subject of dissociative identity disorder and the fracturing of the psyche is a complex topic that is becoming more mainstream through alternative media.  The causes, nature and extent of the disorder are still shrouded in mystery, though modern medicine and psychology do have a lot to say about the matter.  One of the reasons the disorder is controversial is that it doesn’t seem to fit well in the dominant materialist/biologist reductionism upon which mass science is built.   Given the presupposition of modern science that the psyche is entirely equated with the brain itself, the assumptions are thus that any possible solution to mental problems of this nature can only be remedied or suppressed through the addition of, and rearrangement of, molecular compounds. This fact is seen most clearly in the pharmaceutical solution, which may provide temporary relief and the subduing of more manic tendencies, fails to […] Read More

2014: Police Lock Woman Up In Mental Hospital For Throwing Bacon, and Calling Them ‘Pigs’

You may have heard about the story out of Massachusetts, where a woman recently threw pork at a police station. Lindsey McNamara, 24, said that she was only trying to “feed the pigs.” No one in their right mind could have believed she was doing anything other than insulting police officers. But the police testified in court Friday, that she was “mentally ill” and really believed that she was doing what she said. McNamara was charged with disorderly conduct and malicious destruction of property after throwing the pork products at the Framingham Police Department. Initially she had approached with a Dunkin’ Donuts box to gain the trust of police, but inside there was raw meat hidden. She told the dispatcher “it’s time to feed the pigs,” then smeared raw bacon and sausage all over the safety window as well as throwing the meat on the counter. None of this […] Read More

2014: How Modern Life Is Making Us Addicted and Insane

Constant distraction creates an insecure attachment with kids, which can lead to addiction and mental health issues. Over the past decade or two, seasoned therapists who treat young people have been seeing some increasingly worrisome trends. Although solid statistics are hard to come by, one indication of a surge in troubled young adults comes from the reports of college mental health services. A 2010 survey by the Higher Education Research Institute (HERI) at the University of California, Los Angeles of almost 202,000 incoming college freshmen at 279 colleges and universities showed a shocking decline in self-reported mental and emotional well-being—at its lowest level since 1985 when HERI began conducting the surveys. In this recent survey, the percentage of students who rated their emotional health “above average” fell from 64 percent in 1985 to 52 percent. According to the June 2013 APA Monitor, 95 percent of surveyed college counseling-center directors said […] Read More

2013: The Secret to Breaking Out of Our Most Destructive Habits

All of us occasionally become the angry, unpleasant, depressed, reactive people we don’t want to be. So what happens in the brain that scatters all our good intentions? Charles Dickens’s A Christmas Carol is one of my all-time favorite stories, as it’s been for millions of others since it was written in 1843. Who doesn’t start sniffling when reading this classic tearjerker about Ebenezer Scrooge, a cold, bitter old man dragged—by the ghosts of his past, present, and potential future—on a terrifying midnight journey of self-discovery, from which he emerges transformed and redeemed? Most people love movies about driven, selfish people who, struck by the life-altering experience of sudden love or near loss, eventually see the light and blossom into life-affirming mensches. Miraculous conversion stories appeal to the wishful thinker in all of us. We want to believe that hitting bottom—being forced into genuine awareness of one’s bad behavior and experiencing […] Read More

2012: Biden: It's a Depression For Millions of Americans

by Washington’s Blog Joe Biden said yesterday: My grandpop used to say … “When the guy in Minooka‘s out of work, it’s an economic slowdown. When your brother- in-law‘s out of work, it’s a recession. When you’re out of work, it’s a depression.” [Asked how he views it, Biden responded:] Well, it’s a depression. It’s a depression for millions of Americans, through no fault of their own. Before you decide whether Joe is just shooting his mouth off or he’s onto something, read this, this and this. Global Research Articles by Washington’s Blog Related articles 1966: Close encounters of the 3rd kind: Cincinnati Ohio The Miracle Of Right Thought 1970: Aliens vacation at a Motel in Saint Louis Colorado floods ‘completely overwhelm’ search for oil and gas leaks 1948: AMAZING STORIES: Texas – New Mexico The Sands Of Time