Thursday, January 14, 2010

Censorship is Monkey Business

In the 1950's, scientists observed a group of monkeys (Mucata Fuscata) on the island of Koshima, near Japan. Over a period of years, scientist would drop sweet potatoes onto a sandy area. Eventually, one primate found out that washing the potatoes in the water made the meal taste better. As time progressed, other monkeys, mostly younger monkeys, picked up on the technique and began washing their potatoes in the water, also.

Six years after the first monkey started to use the water to cleanse the vegetables, seemingly all of a sudden, the entire village of monkeys were washing their potatoes. Strangely, after the tipping point was reached and all the monkeys on Koshima island were washing their vegetables, other monkeys on other islands and monkeys on the mainland began using water to clean their food. The phenomena, known as the 100th Monkey Theory, proves that when an idea reaches a certain number of living beings, it eventually replaces the old cultural norm and becomes its own standard. (For a more in-depth description of the monkey story click here).
This story has been disputed- especially the part about the consciousness of the Koshima monkeys telepathically entering the consciousness of other monkeys on the mainland and other islands. To have doubts about questionable observations is natural. Even if the part about the potatoes being washed instantaneously by other monkeys as soon as the tipping point was reached was a stretch of the truth, the fact remains- on the island of Koshima, a complete shift in the cultural habits occurred. Like the free market, monkeys, like people, are going to find the most advantageous route eventually.

As this phenomena pertains to people finding out the truth about their government, the results are encouraging. Gradually, people are waking up. Not, of course, to the extent or the pace desired by The National Pulse, but the signs of the awakening are everywhere. Basically, what is happening is people are realizing that the government cannot help at all. They can only impede. Once the facade of their necessity fades, people will realize how badly they have dug into their lives by providing shoddy services and stealing their money. Promises haven't been kept, they continue to lie about foreign policy and the economy, and are desperately still trying to scare everybody into accepting their yoke of control.




Obama has packed his Cabinet chock-full of Communistic freedom-haters who are forever scheming and preaching about what information should and shouldn't be discussed. Obama himself has warned citizens not to question the government's 911 story even though the evidence shows an apparent government cover-up and the government has refused to implement the advice of the 911 Commission. Obama's director of Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, Cass Sunstein would like to outlaw ideas. The Censorship Czar wrote in his recent article, "Conspiracy Theories: Causes and Cures,"

"W]e suggest a distinctive tactic for breaking up the hard core of extremists who supply conspiracy theories: cognitive infiltration of extremist groups, whereby government agents or their allies (acting either virtually or in real space, and either openly or anonymously) will undermine the crippled epistemology of believers by planting doubts about the theories and stylized facts that circulate within such groups, thereby introducing beneficial cognitive diversity. (Page 219.)"

So according to Sunstein, "extremists supply conspiracy theories." Apparently then, when jets scream over the newsroom of The National Pulse spraying white shit intended to blot out the sun and it is seen by our editors, they are extremists. When bankers collude to steal money from the taxpayers and deliver it to the privately-owned Federal Reserve and people say its bullshit, they are extremists. Sunstein is promoting active spying on Americans and suppression of the truth through disinformation. Through this tactic he hopes the truth will just fade away or people will discount the truth and believe the agents' phony facts. Officials like Sunstein are riddled throughout the Obama Administration. Check out the new TSA appointee- he thinks Christians are extremists... and yes, you are right, the Spanish Inquisition ended a long time ago.

Right now, whether you support the nanny state or not matters little. Right now you may think government is absolutely necessary. You may think that without their structure, people would lose their shit and all hell would break lose. You may choose to think this and all the while not even know that you are the tide-turning monkey that will change the consciousness of the entire world. OO OO ooooo AAHH aaHHHH !!!!!


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