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Saturday, April 11, 2009

What would Jesus do?

Yeah the title sounds corny, but if you remember what this weekend is, it's Easter weekend, and yesterday was good Friday. That's the day the state assasinated him by nailing him to a cross, after bringing up phoney charges against him, by false witnesses. Sound familiar?

He came with a mission to help people. He was persecuted at times, until finally the state found a way to target him once and for all. They used a snitch that was a part of his company to sell him out, and along the way he had to tell the powers that be that they were corrupt and misleading the people. He would get angry at times, he also found it frustrating how people were at times. The spread rumours about him, said he had a demon, that he was crazy, a friend of sinners and publicans, they asked him all sorts of questions to try to set him up, like is it right to pay taxes? Hoping he would say no, so they could set him up.

In doing this activism, I realise that State oppression and the parasite informants don't change that much. The same stuff that happened then, is the same stuff that pretty much happens now. The world does not change, and the people in charge know how to manipulate the people in the system. They know how to keep people in check, give them a sense of freedom, and then keep then in check in various ways.

I have been thinking about this a lot, because I am wondering what he would do about the informants? Would he try to out them, out them but subtly, or just ignore them? I have been thinking about the ways he handled himself, because I see a lot of this stuff is the same. He came across the same kind of system.

The more I see of these people's actions and the deliberate tactics they use, the more I am reminded of his activism/ministry. I know a lot of people might not be able to relate, or this might not be there cup of tea, but if you are a target, it might not hurt to brush up on the way he handled irritating people who were spreading rumours, slander, a family that cared for him, but might not have been there for him, the way he needed, people trying to set him up, officials that were corrupt and teaching the common people all the wrong things, and Judas the snitch that would betray him.

Most times I just ignore them, but I don't think this is the right approach, so I have been wondering what others would do. I know people always think of Jesus as peaceable, and for the most part he was, but he was not above telling the corrupt leaders what they were, what they were doing to the people, and he could hold his own.

The same type of parasites then and now. It's fascinating, but it's true. So that's what I have been wondering, how did he handle being around Judas, how do you handle these snitches? How do you handle the provocation they bring, and cause, and what is the best way to deal with them?

I think you can learn a lot from the past, but I also think each activist is going to be different and you have to find ways to deal with each situation. What works for one will not work for the other, and yet we can take advise from past targets and apply them quite easily to the current situations at hand in trying to determine what to do under some circumstance.

[quote]18 For John came neither eating nor drinking, and they say, He hath a devil.
19 The Son of man came eating and drinking, and they say, Behold a man gluttonous, and a winebibber, a friend of publicans and sinners. But wisdom is justified of her children.[/quote]
Always trying to find something. They also called him crazy at times as well.

[quote] 14 Then the Pharisees went out, and held a council against him, how they might destroy him.[/quote]

Always looking for a way to bring down those who would question and challenge the system.
A lot of the stuff John Lennon said is coming back to me as well. The quote is from the US vs John Lennon.

[quote]“When it gets down to having to use violence then you are playing the systems games. The establishment irritates you, pull your beard and flick your face to make you fight, because once they have you violent then they know how to handle you. “[/quote]

They really don't change that much, this parasitic element. I guess each person in every generation has to find their own way to deal with them, and leave what they can for the next target.

It's interesting however, a lot does not change i.n the way these people think work and operate, it would be nice for once to fully win

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's interesting to note that crucifixion itself was a form of psychological warfare. I don't know if you saw the program on History or not, but it was pretty informative. It was meant to deter the people not to challenge the mighty Roman government, with the badly mutilated bodies hanging on crosses (or sometimes impaled on stakes), so the people can witness the suffering. It was meant to serve as an example to others what happens when you challenge the established order of the day. Vlad the Impaler used the same technique many centuries later (impaling on stakes, not sure about scourging and hanging on crosses). It was definitely psychological warfare, not really a mad sick tyrant who loved to see the spectacle. They pointed out that the severity of the punishment via scourging depended on how the two floggers felt at the time. It was a form of sadism for them, much like today.

The gangstalking system in place is meant to circumvent all the rules our forefathers put in place via the Constitution and Bill of Rights, and restore the cruel sadist aspect of Roman empire style crucifixions.

Keep up the good work with your site.

Monday, April 13, 2009  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Another thing that crossed my mind: I now wonder if there was some other controlling force pulling Vlad Tepes' strings, forcing him to engage in his (quite common for the day and in the past as well) psychological warfare. Impaling on stakes was a powerful image to the enemy of the state... they wanted the population to witness all aspects of the slow grueling, suffering death... the victims had their internal organs punished, and slowly suffocated as well as experienced extreme pain while they died. Kidneys were damaged as well as the lungs by scourging.

And furthermore, don't forget the most important part -- the death was slow enough that they were intensely humiliated at being impaled and shown off in such a grotesque manner. The fact that the victim was helpless in the process was part of the punishment. The people were supposed to take all of this in, all aspects, to witness hours and sometimes days of this.

Monday, April 13, 2009  
Blogger gang stalking said...

I did not know that crucifixion was a form of psychological warfare.

I knew about Vlad.

The informant system is a system of control that has existed since the British Empire and it has spread to all the colonies and it has been used to keep people in control.

Slaves were always afraid the other slaves would sell them out. It was used to control people on the plantations.

Informants are a part of history. Delila informed on Samson for her people. Judas betrayed Jesus. Same stuff all the time.

Saturday, April 25, 2009  

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