Sunday, January 16, 2011

PTSD, Stockholm Syndrome, and the New World Order

Why are most of the worlds people so apathetic? Why are we so forgiving of the atrocities and theft of our freedoms that are blatantly perpetrated before our very eyes?

We seem to accept every new terror and cataclysmic event by offering more of our rights and freedoms to the very Powers that create these events. We accept the explanations offered by the Media, even though their explanations fly in the face of common sense, or even the most cursory examination of the facts!

Are we the victims of major PSYOPS (Psychological operations) which "alter the behavior of a person, without altering their beliefs"?

The governments and elites have invested untold billions of dollars, and uncountable decades researching how the masses respond to terror, oppression and fear. They have full knowledge of how we will react to any given situation, and how to manipulate those reactions to best serve their ultimate goals.

Let's define a few terms before we continue,


What is Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder?

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, PTSD, is an anxiety disorder that can develop after exposure to terrifying events or ordeals in which grave physical harm occurred, was witnessed, or was threatened. Traumatic events that may trigger PTSD include violent personal assaults, natural or human-caused disasters, accidents, or military combat.
PTSD can cause many symptoms. These symptoms can be grouped into three categories:

1) Re-experiencing symptoms:

Flashbacks—reliving the trauma over and over, including physical symptoms like a racing heart or sweating.

Bad dreams.

Frightening thoughts.

Re-experiencing symptoms may cause problems in a person’s everyday routine. They can start from the person’s own thoughts and feelings. Words, objects, or situations that are reminders of the event can also trigger re-experiencing.

2) Avoidance symptoms:

Staying away from places, events, or objects that are reminders of the experience.

Feeling emotionally numb.

Feeling strong guilt, depression, or worry.

Losing interest in activities that were enjoyable in the past.

Having trouble remembering the dangerous event.

Things that remind a person of the traumatic event can trigger avoidance symptoms. These symptoms may cause a person to change his or her personal routine. For example, after a bad car accident, a person who usually drives may avoid driving or riding in a car.

3) Hyperarousal symptoms:

Being easily startled

Feeling tense or “on edge”

Having difficulty sleeping, and/or having angry outbursts.

Hyperarousal symptoms are usually constant, instead of being triggered by things that remind one of the traumatic event. They can make the person feel stressed and angry. These symptoms may make it hard to do daily tasks, such as sleeping, eating, or concentrating.

Since 9-11, the Media has been almost exclusively focused on terrorism, crime, natural disasters, and war propaganda. A constant exposure to this type of information immerses the public in a "world gone mad"  scenario of existence. We question our safety at every turn, the neighbor next door could be a mild mannered serial killer, our trust in the basic humanity of our peers is destroyed! We are bombarded daily by images of murder, rape, war, and famine. Repeated often enough, this visual stimulation is accepted by the human brain as reality. The mind cannot distinguish whether things have happened internally or externally!
Stockholm syndrome is a term used to describe a paradoxical psychological phenomenon wherein victims express adulation and have positive feelings towards their victimizers that appear irrational in light of the danger or risk endured by the victims, essentially mistaking a lack of abuse from their abusers as an act of kindness.
The following are viewed as the conditions necessary for Stockholm syndrome to occur:

Victims who develop Stockholm syndrome often view the perpetrator as giving life by simply not taking it. In this sense, the captor becomes the person in control of the captive’s basic needs for survival and the victim’s life itself.

The victim endures isolation from other people and has only their abuser's perspective available. Perpetrators routinely keep information about the outside world’s response to their actions from captives to keep them totally dependent.

The abuser threatens to kill the victim and gives the perception of having the capability to do so. The victim judges it safer to align with the perpetrator, endure the hardship of captivity, and comply with the abuser than to resist and face murder.

The victim sees the perpetrator as showing some degree of kindness. Kindness serves as the cornerstone of Stockholm syndrome; the condition will not develop unless the abuser exhibits it in some form toward the victim. However, victims often misinterpret a lack of abuse as kindness and may develop feelings of appreciation for this perceived benevolence. If the abuser is purely evil and abusive, the victim will respond with hatred. But, if perpetrators show some kindness, victims will submerge the anger they feel in response to the terror and concentrate on the abusers’ “good side” to protect themselves.

In cases where Stockholm syndrome has occurred, the victim is in a situation where the abuser has stripped nearly all forms of independence and gained control of the victim’s life, as well as basic needs for survival. Some experts say that the victim regresses to, perhaps, a state of infancy; the victim must cry for food, remain silent, and exist in an extreme state of dependence. In contrast, the perpetrator serves as a 'mother' figure protecting the 'child' from a threatening outside world, including law enforcement’s deadly weapons. The victim then begins a struggle for survival, both relying on and identifying with the abuser. Possibly, victims’ motivation to live outweighs their impulse to hate the person who created their dilemma.
Most people consider their governments to be benign, and concerned for their welfare. Even when shown that atrocities, and acts of terror were caused by those whom they trust, they maintain a state of denial!

This is why governments maintain social support services such as food programs, pensions/social security, medical programs and other benevolent programs. This is the EXACT recipe for bringing about the Stockholm Syndrome!!

Abuse and control, tempered with the illusion of generosity are part of the psychological warfare now being waged against humanity on a global level. We have all been shown the agenda of The New World Order players, thanks to the Georgia Guidestones monument erected in the United States. In the speeches given by our world leaders endorsing the need for a New World Order. It is obvious that our leaders have an agenda, and it will NOT be in our best interests, but will only further their insatiable desire for more power and control!

They (governments) already control our money, our ability to work, our medical care, our speech (via the cries of racism and anti-semitism), parts of the world are already controlling our reproductive rights, and people of faith are portrayed as fanatics and terrorists!

The Georgia Guidestones in
Elbert County, Georgia USA
The culling of the non-essential humans is already beginning, via weather modification, creating food shortages and conditions that will breed infectious diseases! Floods, earthquakes, drought and famine are daily headlines across the globe. Reports of mass animal deaths are becoming a daily routine. New viruses are popping up everywhere. Industrial "accidents" are destroying our natural resources at an alarming rate, leaving millions stewing in un-godly mixtures of chemical waste!

Knowledge and spiritual awakening are our only weapons in this fight for our very existence! Get right with your Higher Power, stay informed, spread truth to whoever will listen, and remember that all who seek the truth are brothers and sisters, love one another!


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