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Tuesday, October 23, 2012

THE MADNESS OF GENIUS - The Government (excerpt from chapter 2)

 Plato’s words ring true, "Those who are able to see beyond the shadows and lies of their culture will never be understood, let alone believed, by the masses."  Those that use the “quieted” part of the mind are considered outlaws and rebels; dangerous if you will, by the government. Unless you offer these services to the powers that be, you are marked for life. Any government wants full control of a mind that reaches beyond the allowed education. As the church once limited knowledge of the “Word of God” to the clergy, the governments of today’s world allow limited knowledge to be piecemealed out to society. If one bows and accepts the tack and harness of control, one is given a certain length of rope with which they eventually hang themselves.
Control of knowledge has always been the rules to the game of social division and enslavement. If only given a fish when hungry, one never learns to fish. To end the cycle of dependency, the producer stops supplying and the receiver eventually starves. This is the current state of affairs in the public education system. Instead of allowing the genius to move forward at an accelerated rate, they are now hobbled with those less interested in academics and more in tune with dreaming. And to complete the tail biting, the dreamers are forced to learn academics which alter their perception of their realities; hence a paradox infinity. The madness of genius becomes confused and out of control under the thumb of self-proclaimed rulers of the world. A group that created a false sense of ruler-ship by drafting monies and forcing a system of commerce upon the world is now taking individuality and selling it back to the individual at an extraordinarily exponential increase. But the genius of madness is beginning to awaken and realize the mental fetters and chains are being tightened and soon will become crushing and debilitating.  We want out and we will use or madness and genius to extrapolate a plan of escape.

© Oct 13, 2012 ~ DBC, Duke of the Arctic

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