Limbo a Little Lower Now! How Low Can You Go?

Discussion in 'What's On Your Mind?' started by Elizabeth Conley, Nov 21, 2011.

  1. Elizabeth Conley

    Elizabeth Conley Original Member

    When the TSA began irradiating citizens, creating and viewing pornographic images of citizens and pawing at citizens' reproductive organs, they lowered our national standard of public behavior.

    Reckless endangerment and sexual assaults are going to be committed, and because of the lower standard of behavior the TSA has set, our LEOs, DAs, and the general public will feel less empathy for the victims and less outrage toward the perpetrators.

    Further, some TSA employees are going to commit crimes they would not otherwise have committed if their work with the TSA had not given them a taste for sadistic, perverted or larcenous acts.
     
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  2. Cartoon Peril

    Cartoon Peril Original Member

    Yes, and we see the attitude spreading outside the airport. Have a look at this:
     
  3. Caradoc

    Caradoc Original Member

    The current set of TSA employees is there because of the opportunities they have for such acts. The ones that had a conscience or any semblance of humanity all quit back in November, 2010 - or before.
     
  4. Lisa Simeone

    Lisa Simeone Original Member

    This scenario jibes exactly with the results of the experiments conducted by Zimbardo, Milgram, and Asch. And countless studies since then. There was just another comprehensive one a few months ago; will dig it up in my files. It's simply untrue that all people everywhere naturally feel sympathy for other human beings. It's simply untrue. Humans have the capacity for sympathy and they also have the capacity for cruelty. And we shouldn't need studies to tell us this; history provides ample evidence.

    Different people have different capacities for these emotions, different triggers, different degrees, different responses, etc. And no, not every person is going to behave in a predictable way. But what is predictable is that in any given situation, most people with absolute power will abuse that power. Most people. Most people will also buckle under to authority. Again, not all, but most.

    It doesn't even matter if they were predisposed to behaving that way in the first place. The point is that once they find themselves in such a situation, most people will behave according to script. They will conform.

    My god, we all see this enough at airports already. And in the reactions of the population at large. Most TSA agents, no matter their personal predispositions beforehand, tend to be abusive. Most passengers tend to be compliant.

    I know you know all this stuff, Elizabeth, Caradoc, CP, etc.. I'm writing it (again, and again, and again) for the benefit of other readers who may not be familiar with it. We have to keep plugging away at this. It's a terribly dangerous notion for people (or nations) to think they're "special." That is a recipe for abuse.
     
  5. Elizabeth Conley

    Elizabeth Conley Original Member

  6. Lisa Simeone

    Lisa Simeone Original Member

    Some excerpts from that article:
    (Have no idea what he means by "globalist population controllers," by the way, as well as a few other things in the article, but overall, the gist is good. And necessary.)
     
  7. Elizabeth Conley

    Elizabeth Conley Original Member

    Like I said, I read what the conspiracy nuts are writing. Many of their conclusions are a bit loony, but their fact are good. Most of them have crazy research skills, because they're so obsessed.

    Like a lot of relatively liberal conspiracy theorists, he thinks there's a global conspiracy to reduce populations. For instance, he thinks vaccines are actually reducing people's health, life span and fertility. I'm fairly confident he's wrong about that, but I don't really care. He's right about quite a few things, and one day he may come up with a fact that will convince me wrt the vaccine issue. (I'm not holding my breath!) He's a good source of facts on the FDA's abuse of citizens and businesses. His heart's in the right place. He's been known to draw attention to little known cases of official abuse of disadvantaged individuals and organizations. His efforts on their behalf have probably led to a few sociopathic officials backing down in the face of public disapproval.
     

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