My analytical viewpoint of certain societal faux pas

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Sean Dickerson

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Feb 1, 2013
 
The term "political" is often misapplied, or used loosely, in order to justify one's obvious case of denying reality. It is simply too difficult for some people to accept or to deal with an uncomfortable or inconvenient reality. So they brand something as being “political”. This is such a typical cop-out they use to keep from dealing with whatever challenges their comfort zone. It’s simply a lazy-minded approach to something that is apparently either objectionable, or too controversial when dealing with an issue of a sensitive or emotionally-charged concern, relatively considered so for that type of heated issue.
When someone has their personal guard up like the Great Wall of China, figuratively, it’s really not that hard for me to detect that. I am quite able to scrutinize or psychoanalyze them well-enough to some degree, figuring out what upsets the apple cart for them. They often behave in such a manner by using what I consider to be “argumentum ad hominem”, which is to say that they use fallacious arguments to attack not an opponent's beliefs but his motives or character, simply because they let preconceptions they have about someone like me to be automatically a deciding factor for that person, if ever receiving any consideration to the point they make. They are reluctant to consider carefully any validity to the point being made by a certain individual, simply because they have fear of what they do not understand.
They are afraid to acknowledge the obvious reality in what is pointed out to them, and they refuse to face this, thinking about it, for fear of personal conviction being possible. Or they probably fear the chance of deviating from the trained popular consensus of others, basing it on favor from notable reputation by the opposing or mass-approved objections from the populace. What I have observed in many cases or scenarios is that people often build a series of mental filters through biological and cultural influences. They then use these filters to make sense of the world. Thus, the choices they then make are influenced by their creation of a “frame”. This is also what might be considered a scarcely-known concept, such as “framing”. And that refers to the social construction of a social phenomenon often by mass media sources, political or social movements, political leaders, or other actors and organizations. It is an inevitable process of selective influence over the individual's perception of the meanings attributed to words or phrases. It is generally considered in one of two ways: as frames in thought, consisting of the mental representations, interpretations, and simplifications of reality, and frames in communication, consisting of the communication of frames between different actors. Framing might also be understood as being either equivalence frames, which represent logically equivalent alternatives portrayed in different ways (see framing effect (psychology)) or as emphasis frames, which simplify reality by focusing on a subset of relevant aspects of a situation or issue. In the context of politics or mass media communication, a frame defines the packaging of an element of rhetoric in such a way as to encourage certain interpretations and to discourage others. Also, in social theory, framing refers to a schema of interpretation, a collection of anecdotes and stereotypes, that individuals rely on to understand and respond to events. Framing is also a key component of sociology, the study of social interaction among humans. Another conceptual image or concept in psychology is what might be referred to as “SET and frame”, in some cases, or “mixing set with frame”. There are also certain doxies that others hold to that they never want to be challenged, or deviated from, so therefore, they limit their perceptions and sometimes fail to focus on more important details, because of the chronically illegitimate behavior pattern of mixing the set with the frame.
Sean Dickerson

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And they are distracted through their tangents of the trivial or the irrelevant. There is also a tendency to use what’s known as argumentum ad hominem. They discredit or attack the assertion, based on the individual, or group of individuals asserting it.
You see, the way a person perceives an issue or subject is what might also be termed, metaphorically, as a “frame”. So that is how one could describe this psychological concept. Then a person brings their own preconceived ideas into approaching the matter (or “frame”). This is also considered their “set” of ideas, notions, etc. and when they approach that frame, they bring their preconceptions (or doxies, ways of thinking), and therefore they limit themselves from seeing an issue from a deeper perspective.
In other words, one might say they have a failure to “think outside the box”, so to speak. They are incapable of grasping or perceiving the subtleties beneath many various issues. This is, of course, being that the truth will always remain hidden, so that it becomes this way, and never to be rediscovered, or even discovered to begin with. It is also for the purpose in how idioms or clichés can be used ad nauseum to exhaust some of us around who get frustrated whenever the typical, empty, predictable doubletalk or cop-out lines are used to escape reality that may be getting too close to one’s conscience for comfort. And so history continues to “move right along”, and the past is never accounted for, pushing it further and further into the fog, the fading picture of obscurity, or oblivion. The past gets further distorted, and answers are never found, and the ones that ARE found (AND proven) are never accepted by the establishment because their goal is to keep their human subjects in as much darkness, not having light ever shed on these mistakenly overlooked, but important issues. Somehow the confusion continues to get worse, as much as possible. This is what generates the cycle of power for those who socially engineer things to become this way. They obviously intended it this way by design, especially by those who are working behind the shadows, trying to control the flow or maintain their monopoly over the public understanding of history, because they arrogantly think they can always hold the keys to it. You see, they want many of you in society to think what you do about me. These puppet masters pull the strings and play on your expectations they have induced you into having, due to false preconceptions they want to herald about me, and brainwash or exploit you with. They are hoping you never wake up from the hypnosis. What you have got to understand is that this is the way they are so that they are always in control. They have a monopoly over the past and how it is written for someone else. It’s part of their social engineering and plotting game. They have too much at stake, also, that they do not wish to lose. They do not want their secret agendas that easily revealed. Don’t you people in society realize how clever and diabolical that they are? They LOVE to create difficulty in your search for the real answers. One of their best tools is distraction. So are the diversions that continue to be generated by the mainstream media. So this is how it works. And their propaganda is like this, in order to deceive you into trusting THEM and never trusting ME (or those of whom I listen to and learn from, being the experts).
So a lot of the mainstream uses what is considered disinformation. That is exactly what these powers-that-be want to use, hoping to keep you ignorant. Okay? This is their best tool. Their best form of a weapon. They want to keep as many of you as possible from winning the information war, just as it was also once stated not all too long ago by Hillary Clinton. And the global elite are afraid of losing the information war, naturally.
Sean Dickerson

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Feb 1, 2013
 
But now in my particular situation, I have become simply a name and number, at best. In some cases, I’ve even become ward of the State, or a slave to the system. I’ve become ensnared, trapped in some kind of vicious cycle of never-ending dependence on other people, even against my will, involuntarily. I suppose some people consider what I have as to be defined greatly as “blessings”. Well, maybe. But I don’t consider what I have necessarily to be freedom. Not the type of liberty that once existed for many people in this country. I’m deemed ignorantly by certain others as being “incompetent”, as they are entrusted to be “advisers” to those who deal with my situation. And now I am a stranger, undiscovered and ignored. And somehow I have continued to be forced to depend on others, surviving only on their terms, maintaining their efforts for limiting me to being a consumer only, or a slave.
You see, the thing that you, the reader, needs to understand is that there are certain levels of slavery that have some great deal of freedom, relatively. But it is a lot more restricted. They want me to stay in my shell.
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I am not allowed certain privileges, because they fear I may "rock the boat" so to speak, when pointing out certain things to people, creating awareness. So they do not want me circulating among society. They don't want others to think. They just want me to stay on my leash, figuratively. they know I am a free thinker, or that I have what they consider "radical" ideas that can germinate and be a great deal of help, giving them hope about the situation that they are possibly facing likewise. they don't want me spreading my seeds of knowledge, plain and simple. They also don't want to create for me any opportunities in utilizing my ideas. They instead want me to continue to cooperate with my earthly masters and be a "good doggy". Just stay in your corner, Sean. Stay in your box. I am expected to not create any inconvenience or "trouble" for the status in quo. Yep. that's right, Sean. Don't make anyone think outside the box. let them stay in their hypnosis. Don't upset the apple-cart of the "established order". Yessa, Massa.

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