I have not blogged for awhile, so that means that I have a lot to say.
The first thing that I was thinking about was the movie Marlena. I saw this movie years ago, I am not sure why, but at the time it reminded me of something similar that was ongoing.
The movie starts with this young very beautiful widow, who's husband goes missing in the war. Because she is young and beautiful the cats in the community start in on her with rumours, and they basically try to destroy her life. What happens in the movie is malicious, but it's done in such an everyday way that it was a good reflection of society.
Throughout the movie there is this young boy who witnesses it all, and he is almost the narrator of the movie if I remember correctly. What I remembered most about that movie, is that after destroying her life, when the vermin in the town finally succeeded, they were at the end trying to give her free food, I just could not understand why she didn't throw it back in their face. I never understood why her and her husband even moved back amongst such people. People in society are so like that, and that is the one part of the movie that I really wish I could have changed.
I however think the movie is a good reflection of how this society works, and many others and it's a well worth watch. What these vermin try to do to targets is very similar to what they do to the character in the movie, they damage her reputation, then make it almost impossible for her to support herself, they turn her father against her, and then destroy her life, till she becomes what they tried to make her into. It's a great reflection of society, and how it functions.
The only time these vermin in many cases are truly sorry is when they have destroyed someones life. Most of them when they issue their fake I sorry, don't mean it, because they simply do not understand the concept and do not have enough humanity to issue forth such. The end reminds me so much of these people who take part in Gang Stalking.
The next thing that came to my mind was a case I came across with a young boy that had been molested by a priest. It was a real life case and it just served to show the pathology of this society. See the priest had molested before, but the priest was moved by the church to a poor community in South America somewhere. He offered to give music lessons to the 5 year old boy.
Anyways in time the young boy revealed to his grandmother that the priest had taught him how to "make love". He felt safe enough to tell his grandmother, anyways she did the right thing and reported the priest. You would think that the community would do the right thing and protect the child right, remove the vermin from amongst them, and not side with him? Wrong, worms support worms, another reason that society does not change. No they picked on the family, called the 5 year old boy the priests little wife, make it seem like he asked for it, and tried to pick on the family until they would bend and drop the case. See this is a large part of why society does not change, you see this in all aspects of society, but this was one of the worst examples, because it was society failing to protect it most innocent members. I never forgot that case.
Now I also think about how many times did this happen before? How many times in our societies were priest caught harming children and society pressured, or tried to pressure those that wanted to do the right thing by stopping it or exposing it? I think this is what happens more often than we think. I also recall a case where an officer came across a community where sexual molestation of children was ongoing, and had been happening for years, in the end he tried to do the right thing, and they destroyed his life to protect the vermin amongst them. They are if nothing else consistant.
I have now seen this example with workplaces and sexual harassment suits, mobbing suits. The case study after case study of a community going after the target, and protecting the perpetrators. That is why society in many cases is the way it is.
I think we saw this in the movie North Country as well. When I was doing research into this, before my research started into Gang Stalking, what was most interesting about that movie was the fact that the women in the movie were just as bad as the men in some cases, not just the women, but some of those same women who were being harassed tried to work with the harassers to shut Lois Jensen up. It was that boys with be boys mentality, the she was a slut, she deserved what happened to her. See they refused to take any ownership for their actions, and the community protected them, and the workplace protected them, and that had been ongoing in that community for some time, till Lois took a stance. Ofcouse that case changed laws across the US. The first class action lawsuit of it's kind.
What is amazing to me is that is society that prevents change from happening, it is society that protects the perpetrators, it is society that often refuses to allow positive changes to come about, even when it would be to their own benefit. Kind of like a group think, but you can not call it a group think, because they do not think.
It's this dirty code of silence, where men, women, and children are used to try to silence targets, and make the actions of perpetrators seem acceptable. It's this disgusting code that lacks honour that makes it ok for societies to keep silent about very detrimental things, that protect people that should not be protected and to lash out and to try to destroy the targets. Society has for the most part managed to continue to be this way, and it does not change. Many go along with it out of fear, they suppress what they know is right, be it defending children, women, or others, they do what they can to protect the perpetrators. It might even be out of a sense of misplaced loyalty, the individual does not have a reason to get involved, or they know that to side against the perpetrator will be detrimental towards them, either way the society continues down this path, and that is why society is the way that it is. That is why it does not change.
These cases all saw the targets being dehumanized, made to seem less than, the child was called the wife's little priest, Lois Jensen was made to look like a slut, the officer of several years was harassed till his life was ruined, and in the movie though a fictional account, the character goes through a similar process of having herself broken down. Society is this way at every level and it is too often because people allow it to be that way.
Can society ever change? Not while the monkeys are happy to live in the cage. Silencing anyone and anything that exposes that their are some real problems in society. Rather than looking at it and examining what is ongoing, the worms side with the other worms and thus it continues.
Like attracts like, and worms attract worms, and thus the decent in society is often removed to make way for the indecent, and even when it is bad for the society and the community, it's still continues.