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Gang Stalking – Lego Movie – about what freedom is and isn’t.

Today is Orange Day. Orange everywhere – orange umbrellas, orange t-shirts, orange pants, orange jackets, orange handbags, orange bikes, orange shoes, orange towels, oranges hats. Orange, orange, orange.

I really don’t get the orange thing. I have nothing in orange. I don’t particularly like the color, but it seems it must mean something to me. What? I don’t know.

Oh, I suddenly remember. I was looking at oranges in the fruit section.

Can you believe it? I can’t even look at an orange for them to mock me with the color?

What a bunch of idiots. They’re told to wear orange and they wear orange.

Unbelievable. American people can be such zombies.

It’s weird. I saw the “Lego Movie”. It was playing for free at the library, so I figured, why not? I’m not into Lego, but…I read reviews saying the movie  is very good, but still, a movie with Lego?

But it turned out to be a very good movie. I had to force myself to forget about the Lego.

The movie is about becoming zombie-like. The people who live in Lego land are all zombies. When they’re told to sit, they sit. When they’re told to stand, they stand. Whatever their boss tells them to do, they do. Doesn’t that sound like the zombies we have to deal with every minute of our lives? And, or course, there are the misfits who everybody thinks are losers. They do their jobs, mind their own business and don’t bother anyone. Live and let live is their philosophy. But this doesn’t sit well with those with whom they work.  The misfits are made fun of, and talked about behind their backs.

Well, I’ve told you more than I wanted to, but see the movie. I recommend it. It’s really about freedom. And what freedom is not.

I’m recommending a Lego movie; I can’t believe it. But see it.

The zombies clapped at the end of the movie, but I’m sure not one of them saw himself as the zombie he is.

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Gang Stalking – Less government: a more peaceful world.

"The World Cannot Live Half Slave, Half F...

“The World Cannot Live Half Slave, Half Free.” (adaptation of a quote from Lincoln’s “House Divided” speech). Anti-German propaganda poster, claiming to echo a quote by Kaiser Wilhelm II. “While Germany dreams of dominating the world by force, there can be no peace.” (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

English: The ethnic groups of Austria-Hungary ...

English: The ethnic groups of Austria-Hungary in 1910. Based on “Distribution of Races in Austria-Hungary” from the Historical Atlas by William R. Shepherd, 1911, File:Austria_hungary_1911.jpg. The city names were changed to those in use since 1945. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The western front of the United States Capitol...

The western front of the United States Capitol. The Capitol serves as the seat of government for the United States Congress, the legislative branch of the U.S. federal government. It is located in Washington, D.C., on top of Capitol Hill at the east end of the National Mall. The building is marked by its central dome above a rotunda and two wings. It is an exemplar of the Neoclassical architecture style. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Selmo Cikotic, defense minister of Bosnia-Herz...

Selmo Cikotic, defense minister of Bosnia-Herzegovina, and U.S. Ambassador Douglas L. McElhaney, shake hands after signing documents marking the formal turnover of Eagle Base from the United States to the government of Bosnia-Herzegovina in Bosnia June 30, 2007. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

It happened in German.  It happened in Bosnia.  It happened in Hungary.  It’s now happening in Syria and the U.S.  I’m talking about how holocausts began.  Because,  in my opinion, Germany wasn’t the only country where a holocaust occurred. And I didn’t name all the countries in which it has happened.  I don’t think I have the room to state them all.  And the way the holocausts  began are the same.  It began with government turning citizens against each other.  A whispering campaign against one neighbor and then another and another and another.  Before  people discovered what was really happening, they also were part of the government’s whispering campaign.  When they looked to others for help, there was no one left to help.  A lot were put in prisons, tortured, under house arrest, or killed.  What’s happening to us targets is not new.  It’s been going on for millenniums.  Since the beginning of man.  If we look back in history, there’s proof of what went on about  people considered “undesirables.”   The people were not of the right race, class, color, ethnic origin, religion, etc.

The difference between the past and present  is that we are  a lot more aware of  what’s happened in the past.  But our brains, in my opinion, are still very much undeveloped when it comes to feeling empathy for others.  We still are very uncivilized in the way we think about other groups who are not the same color, religion, race, etc.  We don’t see each other as part of each other’s humanity.  We’re still single mindedly focused on only what’s best for our group and feel that the other group doesn’t matter.

But we have to change our way of thinking.  We have to change our mind-set because every human being matters.   What’s done to someone in another group can happen to us.  That no matter our race or color, we’re all in this world together. We have to stop governments from pitting us each other.  We, the people, should have the last say in what happens to all us.  We can’t let the government make rules to keep us apart.  When the government pits us against each other that’s when holocausts happen.  And if  we don’t learn this lesson, there will a lot more holocausts to come in the future.  We have to resist the government’s interference in our lives.  We have to learn to live with a lot less government in our lives.  The less government, the less control they have over all of us.  And the better the world will become.  The government only cares about how much control they can have over us.  We have to learn to be more self-sufficient and lean on government a lot less.  When we learn to turn to each other for help, then the government won’t have as much power as it now has.   And it won’t have the power to turn us against each other,  as it now does.  Perhaps, then, there will be peace in the world.

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Gang Stalking – Off Topic – PostaDay 2011 – Do you think peace in the middle east is possible?

Do you think peace anywhere is possible?  Likely? Why is it so hard for neighbors, whether its countries or  people and their homes, to get along?  Or is it easier than we think?

I don’t think peace is possible in the middle east.   The  war in the middle east has been going on since Roman times.  And till this day it continues.  There has never been peace in the world.  Peace is an illusion.

We could all be the same color, race, religion, be economically and professionally  on the same level, we would find something to argue or fight about.  We can’t  seem to agree to disagree.  We are only able to see our point of view and dismiss someone else’s.  If we could truly open our mind to someone’s viewpoint, we might  be able  to have a peaceful  world.

Today, especially, people,  more than ever, don’t want to listen to anyone’s point of view.  What they believe is what matters.  They don’t  want  anyone changing their mind,  or expressing their opinion.  They’re not willing to listen.  Or be friends with someone with a different  outlook on life.

I don’t think peace in the middle east is possible.  Nor do I think peace is possible anywhere in the world.