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The Story of the Owl and the Sheepdog - A Parable

 
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The sheepdog is the best description of the human global elite that you will find anywhere...
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Anyone care to say who the sheepdog represents?
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The strong arms of the authority. The muscle, not the brains.
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Anyone care to say who the sheepdog represents?
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The strong arms of the authority. The muscle, not the brains.
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Exactly...
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my dad told me that one when i was a little wipper snapper. good story,with a good point.

get out the bloody game
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my dad told me that one when i was a little wipper snapper. good story,with a good point.

get out the bloody game
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How did he do that? I wrote it...
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So many people have a terrible desire and yearning to control others. They crave power, elite status and control and will do anything or hurt anyone to achieve it. That makes them very easy to manipulate and control by the evil beings in this reality. All it takes to control the "sheepdogs" of our world is money, status, sex and power.

The problem for these lost souls is that sooner or later they will have to pay for their mistakes. They will not be protected and supported by the controllers of the world when they are no longer needed. They will finally begin to realize that they are no better off than the so called "sheep" of our society. I view, priests/preachers, politicians, police/military, supervisors/managers, bullies as very sad and lost beings. We should pity them and not envy them.

To control anyone in my view is wrong. Whether it is with good intentions or not. We each should have the right to make our own choices. That is real freedom.

Peace
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Yes! In truth, they are just slaves themselves.

Sad
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Anyone care to say who the sheepdog represents?
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Sheepdog is 'da police', the knee-breakers who keep the sheeple in line.

Sheep are, duh, the sheeple, content to be bossed around and do as told by the Sheepdog.

Owl represents the 'awake' who do not follow the sheeple, and who observe and question all around them.

Farmer is TPTB, who feast off the products of the sheeple and use 'da police' as their knee-breakers, yet keep them low enough that they are nothing more than sheeple themselves.



This is how I saw it anyway...
It is, to me, sad how fast people forget the FOUNDATIONS of our fine country! This country was built by an armed population capable of fending for themselves, and will be lost by couches full of potato-sheeple riding their 52" HD-LEDTV's into the orwellian sunset. :(
:abomb::abomb::abomb:
BRING ON THE DOOM!!!
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Sheepdog is 'da police', the knee-breakers who keep the sheeple in line.

Sheep are, duh, the sheeple, content to be bossed around and do as told by the Sheepdog.

Owl represents the 'awake' who do not follow the sheeple, and who observe and question all around them.

Farmer is TPTB, who feast off the products of the sheeple and use 'da police' as their knee-breakers, yet keep them low enough that they are nothing more than sheeple themselves.



This is how I saw it anyway...
 Quoting: Billy_Sastard


Bingo! Exactly right.
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12/13/2012 12:02 PM
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People really need to pay heed to this parable...
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So many people have a terrible desire and yearning to control others. They crave power, elite status and control and will do anything or hurt anyone to achieve it. That makes them very easy to manipulate and control by the evil beings in this reality. All it takes to control the "sheepdogs" of our world is money, status, sex and power.

The problem for these lost souls is that sooner or later they will have to pay for their mistakes. They will not be protected and supported by the controllers of the world when they are no longer needed. They will finally begin to realize that they are no better off than the so called "sheep" of our society. I view, priests/preachers, politicians, police/military, supervisors/managers, bullies as very sad and lost beings. We should pity them and not envy them.

To control anyone in my view is wrong. Whether it is with good intentions or not. We each should have the right to make our own choices. That is real freedom.

Peace
 Quoting: 1123581321


Yes! In truth, they are just slaves themselves.

Sad
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 12744798


+1
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Please read this! This parable is the truth!
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Very good.
Amen!
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"He who controls others may be powerful, but he who has mastered himself is mightier still."

Tao Te Ching
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5* & a bump
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Hmph. Managers.

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Anyone care to say who the sheepdog represents?
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I don't know.

I don't use them.
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Anyone care to say who the sheepdog represents?
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Owls represent awareness: light flooding the darkness, seeing things that others can't see, seeing things for what they really are, seeing through masks that people wear.

So it's interesting that an owl is depicted instead of say a crow or other type of bird or animal.

The owl sees the invisible strings that are controlling the sheepdog which he is obviously unaware of.

The sheepdog is the manager (see my previous comment) given the illusion of control over the worker drones who operate under the guise of protection only to be blind to their own coming slaughter.

The owl will not play the sheepdogs game (wisely enough) which is to be ignorant (or not, or in utter denial) of the control that the humans have over the farm.

He who has all the gold (land, production, workers) makes the rules.

Top down heiharchy:

Humans (Elite, Central Bank, Godlike, etc.)

Sheepdog (Managers, CEO's controlled by investors (see Humans)

Sheep (working class, slave labor, sacrificial)

Inner Party, Outer Party and Proles.

See: 1984 by George Orwell

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