Thinking for yourself isn’t what those in charge want right now, but they definitely preach it.

That’s part of the program, right?

It’s a little too easy to let people do the thinking for you, isn’t it?

People don’t want to think that they’re sheep, they don’t want to believe that they don’t have the power of free will and can make their own decisions. It’s a tough thing to do sometimes, isn’t it? But the fact is that if you don’t think for yourself then you might as well turn in your frontal lobe and call it a day, because some people already appear to have done that. What’s the argument you ask? Well, that’s complicated, since each root argument about free will tends to branch off like a radish into the most rational and the most radical lines of thought that one could possibly imagine. But one of the most concrete thoughts you could have in this world, no matter who you are, is that your thoughts are your own. It sounds too simple, doesn’t it? Unfortunately, it’s so simple that people don’t trust it, they want to dismantle it, and they want to make it as difficult as possible to justify their own line of thinking. Sadly, people listen to this.

The idea of being ‘woke’ is a joke, as I’ll keep saying it.

The woke thoughts that people want you to believe have some merit at times, but when they cross the line and start taking away the freedoms that people profess they love and want to protect, well, it becomes a seriously ridiculous turn that turns into a tangled ball of bullshit that is nearly impossible to unravel after the brainwashing that’s been done. It’s not impossible, but it is definitely a work in progress that takes years to undo. Is it college that does it? Well, college is one place it can happen, especially when a university is salted with brainwashed nutjobs that are trained on how to display the world so that people will think the way they do. But you know what I have to say to that?


Now, and always.

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