Friday, November 8, 2019

All Abuse Depends On Dissociation

All abuse depends on dissociation. Thus the saying “you’re not yourself.” Mind control is professionally induced dissociation.

Splitting, dissociation, division, etc. explains how a seemingly religious person can engage in horrible deeds in one setting, and yet excel in community service in another.

It is mechanistic thinking. Mechanistic thinking makes sexual victimization possible. It is night/day thinking, good/bad thinking, Jekyll/Hyde thinking, tell-Siri-the-command thinking. It is bad.

In any case, the movie shows how seemingly "religious" people slam their political opponents' heads into the ground, throw shit at their walls, and viciously exclude and traumatize them all because "they just don't fit in" - to mechanized thinking.

We see a link from mechanized thinking in Judaism to mechanized thinking in the classroom, where teachers "teach to the test" rather than allowing kids to learn naturally.

We see it in the technocracy that reduces us to constantly filling out forms and responding to computer prompts.

Wow, this doesn't seem like such a "dangerous" thread but Twitter is breaking it like crazy!

I guess what I'm saying is, yes, we have to figure out the truth but yes also we have to come up with a way of living that is NOT MECHANIZED and TECHNOCRATIC.

I never really thought about how assembly-line stovepiping could be linked to child sex abuse and trafficking, but the more I reflect on it the more clear it becomes - and I'll give you just one more example and then go.

The notion of "daytime TV" and "nighttime TV"
The notion of "news" versus PR"
The idea of "workplace etiquette" versus "nightclubs"
- all of these create situations where bad behavior is permitted.

Institutionalized bad behavior is always the gateway to trafficking.

What we need to do is create a world where people can be whole, and wholly healthy.

If we had that they would not need to discriminate.

And something like child trafficking would never make sense at all.


By Dr. Dannielle Blumenthal. All opinions are the author's own. Public domain.