Invisible Slavery System - I

Written by Emmett Dabru


Invisible puzzles are mechanisms hidden inside products and services you use, andrepparttar social/political systems you interact with. They are invisible due torepparttar 125876 use of manufactured perception and deniability-tactics. These puzzles are designed to harness everyone's efforts to silently maintain and operate an Invisible Slavery System...

What would happen torepparttar 125877 world economy if global problems like terrorism, global warming, pollution, drugs, cancer and AIDS were suddenly solved? These problems harness trillions of dollars per year, both directly and indirectly fromrepparttar 125878 poor,repparttar 125879 middle class, andrepparttar 125880 rich. This money fuels a large portion of our economy and it eventually makes its way to a very few select people,repparttar 125881 "very few very powerful". These "very few very powerful" did not use principles found in your everyday how-to business books. They and their families engineered special techniques that led to their success, and they kept these techniques a family secret for hundreds, maybe thousands of years. The funny thing is these techniques can be looked up quite readily, but they still remain secret torepparttar 125882 vast majority because ofrepparttar 125883 combination of a deniability cloak and a perception cloak.

I will now begin to explain my own theory about these secrets, and how they relate to what is really happening inrepparttar 125884 world today.

First of all, an "invisible puzzle" is just that, a puzzle that is invisible without some special way to view it. As it pertains to my theory, "invisible puzzle" more specifically refers torepparttar 125885 deniable lines of function that are hidden insiderepparttar 125886 products and systems that we interact with. These invisible puzzles are there to control us in very direct tangible ways while shedding off proof ofrepparttar 125887 real purposes behind them.

For example, whenrepparttar 125888 bank processes several checks in one day for a specific customer they now wait torepparttar 125889 end ofrepparttar 125890 day and sort them by size, biggest first, smallest last. Many people wait torepparttar 125891 last minute to deposit their money, so an unsuspecting customer walks in duringrepparttar 125892 day and depositsrepparttar 125893 amount to coverrepparttar 125894 checks, asks for his balance, and breathes a sigh of relief to see that he was in time. The balance according torepparttar 125895 deposit slip is inrepparttar 125896 black. He goes home withrepparttar 125897 feeling that everything is in order. However,repparttar 125898 checks that were held torepparttar 125899 end ofrepparttar 125900 day can be back-posted to a time beforerepparttar 125901 deposit, since that is when they really came in. Sorepparttar 125902 customer's account is then returned torepparttar 125903 red prior to his deposit, asrepparttar 125904 checks that were not reflected before are back-posted. Then these checks get posted in size order instead of chronological order, causingrepparttar 125905 most possible overdrafts to be generated. Then asrepparttar 125906 overdraft fees stack up,repparttar 125907 customer's account goes further negative than it would have otherwise, makingrepparttar 125908 deposit ineffective at stopping subsequent overdrafts fromrepparttar 125909 following day's checks. The customer's account spins out of control by potentially hundreds of dollars without his immediate knowledge so that he won't know in time to fix it beforerepparttar 125910 full damage takes place. The combination of these things cause overdraft income to increase three to four times on average. And that's if he deposited cash. If he deposited a check thenrepparttar 125911 deposit may post three days later (an arbitrary decision onrepparttar 125912 part ofrepparttar 125913 bank) - and it doesn't matter if itís from a bank acrossrepparttar 125914 street. You could have just walkedrepparttar 125915 cash acrossrepparttar 125916 street but that makes no difference torepparttar 125917 bank. Sure,repparttar 125918 bank can make any rule it wants, andrepparttar 125919 customer is legally at fault for letting his/her account go negative. But thenrepparttar 125920 bank purposely manipulates their paperwork to triple their income from it. And they do it legally. How? All they had to do to triple their overdraft income was to issue a notice to their customers stating something torepparttar 125921 effect: "From this point forward, in an effort to better serve our customers, whenever there are multiple checks to process inrepparttar 125922 same day we will processrepparttar 125923 biggest one first,repparttar 125924 second biggest one second, and so on, processingrepparttar 125925 smallest one last. In this way if there are insufficient funds you are more likely to get your most important check through, such as your mortgage or car payment." This notice makes it impossible forrepparttar 125926 customer to accuserepparttar 125927 bank of manipulatingrepparttar 125928 paperwork for profit. The deniable alternate purpose (manipulation of paperwork to triple overdraft profits) is hidden behind a perception cloak (the statement thatrepparttar 125929 change in calculations is to get your most important check through). As a result, this situation becomes an invisible puzzle.

Invisible puzzles can be used to manipulate, but you can't prove this intent becauserepparttar 125930 stated purpose makesrepparttar 125931 potentially manipulative purpose deniable.

The interesting thing is, these invisible puzzles can be created through remote control. Every now and again a major world event hitsrepparttar 125932 news, likerepparttar 125933 "9/11 terrorist attacks". Then millions of people everywhere are glued torepparttar 125934 TV full of emotion overrepparttar 125935 event, waiting to see who is responsible and waiting to see what solution will be presented. Each time this happens no proof will be given for what really happened. That is one ofrepparttar 125936 keys to their technique. This is because ofrepparttar 125937 principle that whenrepparttar 125938 truth is hidden people will then look to some other source for answers, like authority or stereotypes. At this point perceptions are being engineered for a purpose. The purpose is to mobilize large groups of people into specific actions that create and enforce new invisible puzzles. Inrepparttar 125939 case ofrepparttar 125940 9/11 terrorist event our security spending was tripled, dozens of new track & identify laws were launched overnight that wouldn't fly previously because of privacy activists, several major legislative acts and antiterrorist treaties were mysteriously completed in a matter of days (hmmm, I would have thought they would need more time than that), and our president declares torepparttar 125941 world "any country that is suspected of harboring terrorists will be attacked". Was this a declaration torepparttar 125942 world that we intend to deal with terrorists everywhere? Or was this a bully tactic to get other countries to sign our antiterrorist treaties to avoid suspicion of harboring terrorists so that we won't attack them? Another invisible puzzle?

The "terrorist event" was a perception-engineering tactic. It is easy to see that it was rigged, so long as you don't fall forrepparttar 125943 mind control. Thenrepparttar 125944 antiterrorist treaty was pushed on other countries through a deniable bully tactic ("will attack if suspected of harboring terrorists", therefore better sign that treaty to avoid suspicion). Thenrepparttar 125945 antiterrorist treaties were used asrepparttar 125946 Trojan Horse to carry a slew of new invisible puzzles into other countries. This method accomplishes two things. First, it delegatesrepparttar 125947 effort sorepparttar 125948 controlling entity has less work to do. Second, it cloaks what is really happening. Once this step is successful then honest people in key positions who are just doing their job will generate dozens of new invisible puzzles. Of course they are doing their jobs while underrepparttar 125949 influence ofrepparttar 125950 perception game at hand. So without knowing it they will create these new invisible puzzles, which control us through two or more levels of deniability. For example, when Canada signed on with our president's anti-terrorist treaties, they rerouted a major portion of their legal system to make room forrepparttar 125951 demands of those treaties. Through this process a slew of new invisible puzzles for Canada went into place, with little or no additional effort by those who actually designed them. In other words,repparttar 125952 "very few very powerful" can efficiently delegate their work while simultaneously creating multiple levels of deniability - pretty slick if you ask me.

Don't Trade Rights for Security

Written by Terry Mitchell


"Those who sacrifice essential liberty for temporary safety are not deserving of either liberty or safety." -- Ben Franklin, 1776 Inrepparttar wake of 9/11 and subsequent terrorist attacks aroundrepparttar 125875 world, there is a real temptation to allowrepparttar 125876 government to take away some of our most precious rights in exchange for greater security. We must resist this temptation. In order to have a free society, there are certain prices that have to be paid. One of those isrepparttar 125877 possibility that someone will take advantage of our freedom and use it as an opportunity to endanger us. So what if they do? Giving up any part of our freedom is notrepparttar 125878 answer. In fact, that's exactly whatrepparttar 125879 terrorists want. When we do that, they win. The U.S.A. Patriot Act is a step inrepparttar 125880 wrong direction and could represent a slippery slope toward further erosion of our rights. Write your Representative and Senators and ask them to repealrepparttar 125881 U.S.A. Patriot Act and avoid passing similar legislation inrepparttar 125882 future. If we don't do something soon,repparttar 125883 U.S. could soon have policies similar to many communist, fascist, and Islamic fundamentalist countries, all underrepparttar 125884 guise of greater security! People have accused me of being "obsessive and overzealous" on this issue but that's okay with me. Ask some ofrepparttar 125885 senior citizens in Cuba who have been under Castro's repressive regime for 45 years how they feel now. I bet many of them wish they would have been a little more "obsessive and overzealous" about their freedom in 1959, instead of standing by passively whenrepparttar 125886 communists took over. Look what it's gotten them! If some of those currently under Islamic rule inrepparttar 125887 Arab world were free to say what they thought about their situations now, I bet many of them would tell you they wish they would have been a little more "obsessive and overzealous" about protecting their freedom instead of sitting by passively and lettingrepparttar 125888 Islamic fundamentalists take over.

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