How to Stifle Change: keep people tired

11 06 2007

tired people can’t start a revolution.

it’s the next best thing to mind control.

how it’s done:

1. work – work, work, work, and more work.  The more time you spend at work, the less time you have for yourself.  Work, and don’t think.

2. tv – tv, tv, tv.  When you aren’t at work, you’re at the tv.  The ultimate distraction machine.  Take your pick – drama, movies, sport, news.  Plug your mind in.

3. poor food – everyone knows our food is being mucked around with.  Even before it reaches the factory for mass processing with additives, it’s already been subjected to countless sprays of fertilizer and insecticides.  The soil itself has been poisoned.  Heat it, freeze it, store it for months on end.   Poor diet contributes immensely to low energy.

So through work, tv, and food, most people are kept in a perpetually tired state.

They have the whip hand.





6 responses

12 06 2007
Naughty Heather

I agree – work work work tired tired tired

12 06 2007

Fear, too. Don’t rock the boat, or you might lose your job and you won’t be able to “put food on your family” as G W says.

13 06 2007
perspective inc


14 06 2007

Actually have to disagree with you on this one. It is people who make choices to “work, work, work” and “tv, tv, tv” that waste away their lives.

Working less than 60 hours a week and having hobbies is great for your body, mind, and career.

14 06 2007

Newhoosier, I agree. You can’t have much of a life at all if you’re working constantly just to stay above water.

14 06 2007

I’d start a revolution but I have to get to work.

You’ve been tagged by Grace 🙂

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