You can't awaken someone pretending to be asleep



Copyright Naomi Astral © 2012 

Many are 'dumb by choice'...they've invested so heavily into the system that they don't want to jeopardise their pay cheque or pension. It suits them to believe that the UN is a peace keeping force so they don't have to think about the 500,000 Libyans who died [and that’s just for starters]. It suits them to believe that African's can't govern their own affairs so they don't have to think about the 20,000 children who die every day from designer starvation; or that throwing some money at Rothschild’s charities/piggy-bank accounts will ease their conscience. It suits them to believe that Christ will return so that they don't have to think about their own salvation; and it suits them to believe that voting for the right politician will actually make a difference so that they don’t have to acknowledge that; ‘Hegelian Dialectic’ actually means that the system doesn't give you a choice and that the politicians are the problem and not the solution. Many of these people are not dumb because they've been duped; they're dumb because they choose to be that way – you can’t awaken someone who’s pretending to be asleep - is an old Navajo proverb.       


To defeat the elite, we need to understand the Hegelian Dialectic. This is where the ruling elite create a problem, anticipating in advance the reaction of the population to the crisis and thus conditioning the people for a call to change. When the population is properly conditioned, the desired agenda of the ruling elite is presented as the solution.

The solution they present is never designed to solve the problem but to serve as a basis for a new problem or to exacerbate the old one. When a newly created problem reaches boiling point, it becomes the focus for the people to call for change again....This process is repeated over and over all the time, moving society towards whatever end point they have in mind...'problem-reaction-solution' 


"..Sometimes people hold a core belief which is very strong. When they are presented with evidence that works against that belief, the new evidence cannot be accepted. It would created a feeling that is extremely uncomfortable, called 'cognitive dissonance'. And because it's so important to protect the core belief, they will rationalise, ignore and even deny anything which doesn't fit in with the core belief.." - Frantz Fanon

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