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Conscience vs "authority" and What I Mean by "Satanism" {Part I}

'How shall a man judge what to do in such times?'

'As he ever has judged,' said Aragorn. 'Good and ill have not changed since yesteryear; nor are they one thing among Elves and Dwarves and another among Men. It is a man's part to discern them, as much in the Golden Wood as in his own house.'

~ Tolkien

2020 brought a giant, unavoidable magnifying glass to ManKIND's biggest threat: the loss of so many's ability to tell Right from Wrong. Or, to use a now triggering (worrying in itself) word, the loss of 'Morality'.

How this ties into "Satanism" will become clear as we proceed, so please bear with me, while we go off on a pleasant Quest(ion) into what you really think/feel.

Allow me ask you some quest-ions.

- Was it wrong to teach slaves to read, even when a poly-tick-ians piece of paper said "it was so"?

- Was it right to dial up the electric shock button to "fatal" in the Milgram experiments, simply because a white coated man gave someone the order to do so?

- In these examples, and without the pressure of a perceived authority figure issuing a command, which has more importance to you?

Your conscience - i.e. your inner moral compass of what is Right and wrong - or a command by "authority"?

Now, I innerstand that the vast majority of people are not born psychopaths (that's about 2-4% of the population), therefore the 96% of you should still have empathy/ conscience, provided the fear-based trauma ritual that was 2020 hasn't deleted it.

So that means that most of you should have innerstood that your sense of right and wrong, your CONSCIENCE, in the examples above, trumps the immoral dictates of "authority".


With that in mind, could you find the time and heart to ask your conscience (not what everybody else thinks or does) the following questions?

- Is it okay/ do YOU have the right to threaten someone (a peaceful, non-violent someone) with violence to give up their stuff/ or to force a particular way of life onto them?

- If they resist, is it then okay/ do YOU have the right to go ahead and do violence against them?

- Is it okay to vote between a group of YOU to take another individual's things, and if the vote is yes, go ahead and threaten them/ forcibly take their property?

- Do YOU have the right to force a peaceful individual against their will to take part in a form of "healthcare" that they do not agree with/ think is a good idea?

- Finally, if you answered 'no' to these questions, how do YOU then justify passing on a right you, or your group don't have to the poly-tick-all class? Again, can a friend and I vote for another friend to come and take YOUR things, using coercion or actual violence to force you? No? Then how does "voting" pass on the right you don't have onto another group - the poly-tick-ians/ their owners?

Political Ponerology.

Do you remember the statistic I gave about 2-4% of people being born psychopathic? Psychopaths have zero empathy - they are inter-species predators. They are quite incapable of feeling compassion for another being and will do anything to (try to) satisfy their lust for power*.

These are the Saurons and Sarumans, the Moriartys and the Maos. With this twisted mindset and unquenchable urge to dominate others, what institutions do you feel the psychopath will gravitate toward?

Do you feel that giving such institutions almost unlimited power - see 2020 - is a good idea?

But, let's get back to my point: is it even possible to legitimately grant these loonies a power/ right that you yourself don't possess?

If I don't have the right to steal, how can I grant that illusory "right" to a B0ris Johnson, or a Jeremy C0rbyn, or any of these interchangeable lackeys of Empire?

Some things for you to ponder before we move onto what "Satanism" really is, and the Law that the FoE (Forces of Evil) don't want you to know about.

"Unjust laws exist; shall we be content to obey them, or shall we endeavour to amend them, and obey them until we have succeeded, or shall we transgress them at once? ... A man has not everything to do but something; and because he cannot do everything, it is not necessary that he should do something wrong ... It is for no particular item in the tax bill that I refuse to pay it. I simply wish to refuse allegiance to the State, to withdraw and stand aloof from it effectually. I do not care to trace the course of my dollar if I could, till it buys a man, or a musket to shoot one with—the dollar is innocent—but I am concerned to trace the effects of my allegiance ... Must the citizen ever for a moment, or in the least degree, resign his conscience to the legislator? Why has every man a conscience, then?"

~ Henry David Thoreau.

{to be continued}

A.J. Dunbar

*"try to" being the important point; the black hole that forms where a normal person's Conscience sits is impossible to fill. The connection to Source/ Soul/ SELF is murdered, therefore the only energy that can be used must be leeched from the dominion of others ('loosh') - see also 'psychic vampirism'.

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