Sunday, June 1, 2008

Let's Get Real

A lot of people ask me why I'm so angry. Why I can't just "go with the flow."

They miss the point that that's how people fall into this cult mess to begin with: by being pliant, willing to believe anything, wanting to appear "nice," and/or wanting to be liked at all costs.

Another point is that cultism isn't static: people involved in cults and cultish-thinking are aggressively pushing others - either to join up or, one way or another, being forced to do what they say: they're trying to make something happen - and their occult (or "hidden") actions are bound to get a reaction, which (once discovered) they know will be negative. No one likes being manipulated and taken advantage of:

So it's necessary to label anyone the bad guy who says people are not "saving the planet," though that's the real inconvenient truth.

It's necessary to label anyone the bad guy who will show you recycling is useless, wastes our time, raises our taxes, and makes people feel superior.

It's necessary to label anyone the bad guy who can prove there's no overflowing landfills, and people are reacting to a lie.

It's necessary to label anyone the bad guy who will show you one scientist after another who, either, didn't go along with global warming "science" - or decided they've changed their minds - while others insist "the debate is over" and efforts are underway to levy another hefty tax on us for that, too.

It's necessary to label anyone the bad guy who will alert you that environmentalist's alarming "global warming" - which believers would've had to prove quickly - has morphed into the more user-friendly "climate change," and, both, it's critics and supporters speak of it as a "religion," something "spiritual," and a "cult."

It's the people who can see through cults and cultish-thinking - and don't want to be pushed around, and ripped-off, in this way - who it is always necessary to label as the bad guys.

It's necessary to label anyone the bad guy who will prove Homeopathy's pure water, and the quacks who sell it are delusional at best, and liars at worst.

It's necessary to label anyone the bad guy who says Reiki, Therapeutic Touch, and Healing Touch, are other shape-shifting titles for essentially just waving your hands.

It's necessary to label anyone the bad guy who says chiropractic makes no sense, and documents how it's causing problems - like strokes. Or that vitamins and supplements are nothing but a scam, ran by a cartel in Utah.

It's necessary to label anyone the bad guy who will alert you that the "occult" section of bookstores morphed into "NewAge," and then to "Mind/Body/Spirit," and these worthless and expensive "practices" are thriving in a hospital, hospice, and health food store, near you - with, absolutely, no evidence any of it works.

It's necessary to label anyone the bad guy who will tell you there's no such thing as a "chakra," nor is there "energy," or "meridians," or any "auras" one can find anywhere - despite years of x-rays, surgery, and other procedures, where we can easily look inside and around the human body.

These are all examples of cults and cultish thinking in our society, ripping off the public (and, many times, directing money to criminals), and it's necessary to label anyone the bad guy who can see how and why such things are being done.

It's necessary to label anyone the bad guy who rudely mentions that, both, John "Men Are From Mars" Grey and Deepak Chopra were followers of the giggly Maharishi, and all were busted trying to run a scam past the Journal of American Medicine Association (JAMA).

It's necessary to label anyone the bad guy who will show you their scam occured after the Maharishi was originally denounced by The Beatles, something newspapers rarely mention when they connect his beliefs with the band.

It's necessary to label anyone the bad guy who finds the Maharishi suppressed negative meditation studies that showed meditators grow cold-hearted, and go crazy, and says there's nothing "compassionate" about telling folks lies.

It's necessary to label anyone the bad guy who will remind you the Maharishi was (clearly) a cult leader who got away with it, and anyone who says the media assisted him must immediately be labeled a very bad guy.

It's necessary to label anyone the bad guy who will show you the Mormon's leader, Joseph Smith, was first brought to the attention of the public after being arrested for fraud.

It's necessary to label anyone the bad guy who will show you the Catholics worked with the Nazis. It's necessary to label anyone the bad guy who will show you the Dali Lama did too.

It's necessary to label anyone the bad guy who will show you another Buddhist leader, here in the West, knowingly gave AIDS to his followers.

It's necessary to label anyone the bad guy who will show you L. Ron Hubbard was a racist and his e-meters do nothing at all.

It's necessary to label anyone the bad guy who will say all religions started out as cults because stating that truth, in the face of their "faith," is what makes anyone faith's bad guy.

It's necessary to label anyone the bad guy who points out the "cult" talk around Oprah.

It's necessary to label anyone the bad guy who noticed it around Obama, too.

It's necessary to label anyone the bad guy who saw cults are all around the Clintons.

It's necessary to label anyone the bad guy who discovered Arrianna Huffington is best friends with a cult leader.

It's necessary to label anyone the bad guy who saw Congress made the Moonie leader "king."

It's necessary to label anyone the bad guy who knows MoveOn.org was and is an astrology outfit.

It's necessary to label anyone the bad guy who is addressing cults and political power - another subject newspapers won't seriously touch - and it's necessary to label anyone the bad guy who doesn't think such crass and bald-faced liars are deserving to lead.

So why am I so angry?

No reason:

I guess I was just born a really bad guy.