Shock Doctrine

Ever since first seeing this, I cannot help but to wonder how much we have been shocked into submission for someone elses gain. Sure, we may bitch and complain that a law is unjust or that a politician is extra slimy, but we never do anything about it. When was the last time you contacted your government – on any level? After all, you elected them to represent you, and if you are not talking to them, how can they represent you? Maybe I am taking it a little too far. The politicians surely have ways of representing the people without talking to them daily. However, I am still pretty sure that we are a nation of sheeple.

TV feedingYes, we sit in front of out TVs and listen to (and believe) everything they say. We are more concerned with who won American Idol, 13th season, more than we are, say, the Global Poverty Act that is being pushed through Congress right now. A law that will require you, an American tax payer, to pay more taxes that go to other countries that are deemed poverty stricken. And don’t get me wrong, watching TV and getting news from there is not bad in itself. But when you hear something of the contrary, and you don’t believe it because CNN, ABC, MSNBC (etc.) didn’t say it, you don’t believe it. That ideology is a very dangerous one. One that Goebbels would be proud of.


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