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How to brainwash the sheeple into doing anything you want

Natural News – by Mike Bundrant

A few hours ago I was cycling through an nearby neighborhood. As I approached a mother and her two children walking down the sidewalk, the cutest little four-year-old piped up.

“Hi…!” she said.

“Hi…!” I replied.

At that point, mom jerked the little girl by the arm, bent down and whispered something hushed and intense in her ear. As she continued to watch me ride by, I saw the girl’s expression morph from happiness and curiosity into pain, fear and confusion.

“Well, there you have it,” I said to myself. “Fear is once again hammered into an innocent child’s psyche. How sad.”

Children have no way to question their parents’ wisdom. If mom says strangers are dangerous, they are, no questions asked.

In this case mom did more than just tell her I was dangerous. She activated physical pain and fear during the child’s interaction with me. In NLP we call this “anchoring.” By associating an intense state of mind/body – fear and pain – with strangers, the mother hopes to condition her child to avoid them.

The next time the girl finds herself in a similar situation, she will most likely experience fear, pain or confusion. Over time, she will lose her desire to reach out and connect with people she doesn’t know. By avoiding strangers, she hopes to avoid the negative feelings associated with them. Classic Pavlovian conditioning!

Needless to say, there are other more effective, yet non-traumatizing ways to teach children about their own safety, but that is a topic for another article, coming soon.

Anchoring is remarkably effective if done well. Think about it. How many of your responses during the course of a day are preconditioned? Do you stop at red lights? Shake someone’s hand when it is extended to you? Do you pull over when you see flashing red lights in your rear view mirror? You don’t have to think about any of these responses. They are anchored in, ready to be employed when triggered.

If you want someone to be in your herd, then find a way to condition them. Fear works best for creating sheeple.

We could do a warped experiment, for example, on a small child. Find any common object – say a red ball. Hold up the red ball and then terrorize the child into a state of intense fear by yelling or screaming at him. Then, put the ball away and return to normalcy. Repeat this sick little ritual daily.

Before long, all you will need to do is hold up the red ball and the child will respond with anticipatory fear. Soon, the ominous red ball will haunt the child’s dreams.

If you want to expand your power over the child, the red ball is now a nifty tool. Teach the child that the only way to escape the fear inducing red ball is to do what you want. For example, teach him that if he bends down to touch his toes, you will put the ball away immediately. Soon, all you will need to do is pull out the red ball and he will touch his toes without even thinking about it.

His fear may then generalize. When he sees other red objects, he may feel afraid and bend over for them, too. He may even start to bend over compulsively, in anticipation of any potential new red objects that might show up unexpectedly.

Yes, he is now running from the red balls in his mind!

At this point, he might develop a ritual. To prevent any and all red objects that day, he bends over 10 times every morning, noon and night. In other words, he is now a slave to fear. To control him, all you need is a red ball (or to know how to get him to think of one) and a warped conscience.

Much of counseling is devoted to undoing unfortunate anchors that were conditioned in childhood. If the counseling is successful, the red balls of life lose power and new, more positive anchors are put into play – intentional anchors for greater personal power, joy, confidence and so on.

Most people are raised with some version of the red ball. Do what I say or else you’re gonna get it! Do what I tell you or I will reject you, abandon you, hurt you, scare you or otherwise make you feel miserable. 

Negatively conditioning a child in this way is the perfect set up for creating sheeple. All you need to do to herd them is stimulate their fears. People do the most amazing things to avoid fear.

If I were a twisted tyrant creating a country of sheeple, here’s what I’d do:

First, I’d champion principles like conformity, consumerism, instant gratification, social status, and intolerance for personal sacrifice. All of these are wonderful “red ball” kinds of tools that can be used to induce workable positive and negative feelings. Of course, I’d be grateful for all of the lazy, immature parents who help tremendously by enslaving their children to fear. Then, I would:

1. Scare the living hell out of everyone, probably by creating a catastrophe that could “happen again if we don’t take measures to stop it” (we want red balls floating around in people’s imagination).

2. Associate some visual symbol or keyword to the horror of the event.

3. Repeat the keyword or show the symbol at key times or whenever I want to manipulate people. Doing what I want is a way for people to escape the fear that I conditioned in them.

With this system firmly in operation, I am now free to subject my sheeple to all kinds of degrading practices that will keep them in their place, permanently. I can do almost anything I want, given their fears. Amazingly, they will not only cooperate, but even think I am doing them a favor as I degrade and humiliate them!

“We’ve got word that someone in the vicinity may be carrying a red ball! Alright everyone, bend over and let’s inspect your junk. It’s for everyone’s safety.”

The ultimate mind bender is that people end up willingly subjecting themselves to what their parents most feared – molestation by a stranger.

Thank you for protecting me from the dreaded red ball, sir! The inspection wasn’t that bad, either.

Wait, where’s my wallet?

What an ironic mess it would be, if such a society existed!

Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/038260_brainwashing_sheeple_fear.html#ixzz2EWAvqNSS

 

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18 Responses to How to brainwash the sheeple into doing anything you want

  1. Greg Bacon says:

    Americans have been giving up their liberties to ‘protect’ their freedoms since 9/11, the biggest red ball in history.

    • RedTail Hawk says:

      So True!

      • opr says:

        Its not fear people. WAKE up. its conformity, passivity and narcissism. people are not afraid- they’re self-involved and will do whatever is demanded so as not to be inconvenienced.
        its football, porn and endless entertainment that have destroyed america. its not fear of torture etc, that drives the ameri-morons, its fear of losing the flat screen TV…

  2. RedTail Hawk says:

    It must depend on the child? When I was little It was the yard stick, back of a brush or a wooden spoon. I’d get the yard stick (When I could sneak it away) put it between the box springs and bed frame and jump up and down on the bed, sweet revenge :) Went through a bunch of those! Many a brush went missing too hehe! The wooden spoons, ah some came up missing hehe! Excuse was digging outside with them :) They aren’t my red balls , I guess not so easily trained. Even into my 20′s my Mom told me to stop smiling and talking to strangers. My Mom was a Block Parent, we had a BP (In black letters on a white square) sign on our front window. Does anyone remember those days? If you saw a BP on someones window, it was a safe place to go if someone was following you, or bothering you. I don’t suppose you could actually trust that now-a-days, but back in the old days you knew everyone that lived around you for blocks. My point, kids that grew up back when I did, didn’t fear “The” red ball, we got rid of it :) & it seemed (To me anyway) you knew who you could trust and the people you couldn’t, common sense even to a child. We ate a lot of wild game and garden vegs maybe that had something to do with it, or maybe it was just the era?

    • Steve in Iowa says:

      Worst beating I ever got was when I buried all the wooden spoons in the back yard.

      • # 1 NWO Hatr says:

        Worst beating I ever got was when I broke a cop’s nose.

      • RedTail Hawk says:

        Steve in Iowa. LOL! Not that I was a terrible child, but know where you are coming from! I mean I would wash my own mouth out with soap, just so I didn’t have to go through the BS of having it done for me :) And did you get the knitting needle bonked over your head? If nothing else was handy we’d get the knittting needle hehe! Ahhhh the good old days :)

  3. # 1 NWO Hatr says:

    It basically boils down to one of two choices – the red pill or the red ball.

    Unfortunately, there doesn’t appear to be an overwhelming demand for the red pill.

  4. RedTail Hawk says:

    #1 NWO Hatr,
    I believe some people are born with the red pill already in them.
    No need to choose.

    • NetRanger says:

      YES WE ARE! I love red balls! In fact, how that I’ve read this article, I’m going to go buy some foam balls, paint them read and use them for targets.

      I don’t know what caused it. I think it must be the gene pool I was dipped in. My mother’s people were all RPs (Red Pillers). Many times pissing off the populace by doing what they wanted, when they wanted, “Damn the torpedoes! We’ll dodge them as they come in!” They were not trouble makers or bad people just people that never saw the legitimacy of most of the red balls. I never really understood this process until about 5 years ago when I started studying personal sovereignty and started seeing exacty what they are doing. Its all about empowering the powers above you. Most sheople refer to them as “TPTB” or “The Administration”. I often call them “The Wizard” (as in the man behind the curtain, but, with much less of a amicable attitude).

      Let me tell you! Its hard to reprogram most people! There are so many red balls. My own biggest hurdle was that I thought that when “they” pulled out the red ball it dishonored me. I thought I was just maybe not a very good person. I mean, there are red balls EVERY EFFING WHERE!!! But, in the last five years I’ve been able to see them but I just ignore them when I want to. I have my free will back. It actually makes me angry because I know that there is no dishonor in ignoring them.

      Now I look for Red Ball Busters everywhere. Don’t get me wrong, there are people that bad people. They bust red balls because they like to see people hurt. They still think its dishonorable but they don’t care. Those people are dishonorable, trouble makers, immoral. They do bad things they think are bad and they enjoy it. Thats not honorable. Thats evil. Thats immoral. But, when you see rules that are fake, illogical and there only to restrain your freedom, and you break them, that is the perfect example of a moral, honorable human being.

      Pucker up red ball raisers! Pucker up and kiss your own butts because I’m not doing it anymore!

      I mean, I was pretty well liberated by the genes I carry anyway. But in the last five years, understanding the condition, I’m carrying the message to everyone I can. Every once in a while I happen on to a Red Piller and its an amazing thing to see freedom rise in their eyes when they realize what I’m saying.

    • # 1 NWO Hatr says:

      RedTail Hawk: They’re the lucky ones.

      Took me 55 years before I started figuring things out.

      I’ve been in a massive self-imposed re-education program ever since.

  5. flek says:

    America’s biggest psychological anchor: 2 tall burning buildings

    -flek

  6. DL. says:

    For all the great stuff on here, this is the best yet. Having a Masters in Counseling I KNOW this is exactly how “they” do it…as well as many of us “little people”, including husbands, wives, parents, teachers, bosses, etc. Pavlovian, or BF Skinner operant conditioning.

    • RedTail Hawk says:

      Enlighten us DL, can you give us a short thesis? Or even a long one would be good.

      • RedTail Hawk says:

        DL, Psychology was something I was into until I took the class(S), it was assinine MHO, it had nothing to do with book, or my out look on what the brain was about… it was the Prof’s outlook. Um… Temps were high, a lot of people ate ice cream, the killing rate was up….

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