The Slave Mind Properties of Media and Government
If someone you know takes what the government, the media, or anyone else says at face value without thinking critically
then they have a slave mind. The acceptance of the prevailing narrative or the refusal to speak out against it are just two examples of having a slave mindset. These factors and others help keep people cowed into mental poverty while making sure no one can expand their own knowledge thus becoming self-aware.
They say that if you have nothing to hide, then there's no reason for concern. But how can we know what they're doing
with all of our personal information? This is an issue everyone needs to think about before handing over vast amounts digital data and logs every day, but most will trade their privacy for convenience.
So how does one break free from the chains of mental slavery? That is a difficult question with no easy answer, but it starts with education and acquiring knowledge. People need to be taught how to think for themselves
and question everything. The goal should be to become self-aware and break out of the herd mentality. Once someone has done that, they can start to see through the lies and propaganda peddled by the government and the media.
1. Educate Yourself
The first step to breaking free from the slave mindset is to educate yourself. Question everything that you see, hear,
and read. Research both sides of every issue. When it comes to news sources, remember that there is always bias - even if it's not immediately apparent. Be discerning and use your critical thinking skills. Once you start seeing through the lies and propaganda, it will be much easier to break free from the mental slavery that has been inflicted upon you.
2. Speak Out Against Real
Another way to break free from the slave mindset is to speak out against the real injustices being committed - even if it's just in your own community. Show others that you are not afraid to stand up for your God given rights. When more people start doing this, it will create a snowball effect (not a snowflake effect) and eventually lead to real change on a larger scale. There are many ways to speak out against injustice
(and not be a SJW), so find the method that works best for you and get started today!
3. Stand Up for Your Constitutional Rights
In addition to speaking out against injustice, it's also important to stand up for your Constitutional rights - even if it means going against the prevailing narrative. Don't let anyone tell you what you can or can't do
with your life - YOU have the power to control your own destiny. Start asserting your rights and taking back your power today!
In conclusion, the slave mindset is something that affects us all to some degree - but it doesn't have to be permanent! By educating yourself, speaking out against injustice, and standing up for your rights, you can break free from mental slavery and take back control of your life. And most
importantly, think for yourself!
Question the motives of those in power:
Why are they telling you this? What do they stand to gain? Is there another side to the story?
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