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How to deal with your Sheeple family

 
Jaid0gz

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12/05/2012 06:57 AM
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What you have to understand that these people aren't your enemies, and will need to be educated at one point (will probably want to be as well) however you should only bring up small things and in a calm note. Try not to use profanities as it makes you seem uneducated and they may take it as an insult and shut off completely.

My mom is exactly the same, and I expect anyone born/raised within the last 60 years to be quite alike (due to TV programming and all of those products). One exception is my dad, who I believe to be open minded due to his participation in the hippy days as well as being a sagittarius (like me) and an INFP - both which claim to be freedom loving and true to themselves.

Those who disbelieve just haven't been deprogrammed and are so engrained in the society which created them.

You really have to give it to TPTB for having predictively structured society in such a way it works so beneficially for them.

I haven't had any success with trying to enlighten her... I brought into a conversation once about "The skull and bones club (America's secret establishment)" by Antony Sutton and she seemed kind of interested, but then I told her about how Copenhagen university analysed dust samples from New York - post 9/11, and she hit the programmed brick wall.

Tell me how you guys manage to crack it, because I just want to save my sister and her (even my sister is more awake then her, she's 14 but she hasn't been exposed to the information I'd like to present her)

GL GLP.
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12/05/2012 07:04 AM
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1) silence

2) keep your distance / draw a line. only play their game as long as it benefits you. sheeple are unconsciously wired to help us

3) plant small seeds of truth when they are the most receptive.

4) lead by example
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this is a good method.



you really need to NOT USE WORDS.

you must show them with actions that can be verified and then talked about.



but not saying it is easy. good luck op. i gave up and I feel great so there is always that.
Fèlix Misérable

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12/05/2012 07:08 PM
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my family are sheep to nothing can be bad in the world as long as their retierment portfolio looks so kick ass, but i guess i ened up falling off with them they think im crazy and dont trust me... why i am the oldest of my genoration, and was made to sit it the kids table while my younger cousins who are going to school to be doctors to put people to sleep sat a the adults table.... even though they are peasants they think they are ellite and thoose are the worst there is.... hope you can find a better way than i did i just kinda excommunicated my self from them.
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anti-agenda21

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12/05/2012 07:12 PM
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The first rule of Awake club is...
The second rule of Awake club is...
 Quoting: Leslie Zevo


that is a very good one.
you should copyright it and start writting books.

oh ya get a bullhorn....lol


good one though dude, nice karma.
Anonymous Coward
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12/05/2012 07:20 PM
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Ignore them. Just eat and let them babble, smile vacantly and nod your head. Drink a lot and go home as soon as dinner is over. That's how I've done it for nigh about 40 years now.
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12/05/2012 07:53 PM
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OP, I totally understand what you're going through. So many other people are going through similar or worse situations. I've heard stories of couples who got married because they were going to have a baby and never discussed vaccinations, much less any thing else that's important for people to be on the same page about before committing. Anyway, just remember to keep doing the right thing, no matter what!

I know people don't like to hear or see references to the bible but they help me and I hope they help others who may read this message.

Jesus said 'My mother and brothers (family) are those who hear God's word and put it into practice.' IMO, Not the people you shared a house with growing up.

Daniel said 'And those who have taught many people to do what is right will shine like the stars forever'

Jesus said 'Do not be amazed at this, for a time is coming when all who are in their graves will hear his voice and come out—those who have done good will rise to live, and those who have done evil will rise to be condemned.'

This life is a test, do what is right, love others, never allow people to provoke you to do the wrong thing. The end result is a reward greater than any of us have the capability to wrap our minds around.
Generation Doom

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12/05/2012 08:00 PM

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My dad and uncle are awake so I'm happy with that. The rest mostly seem to have a don't care don't want to know attitude.
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12/05/2012 08:44 PM
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LUKE12:51 Suppose ye that I am come to give peace on earth? I tell you, Nay; but rather division:

12:52 For from henceforth there shall be five in one house divided, three against two, and two against three.
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12/06/2012 12:14 AM
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"The dust we raise, resettles." -- Jeremy Reed

Though Reed was talking about poetry and its temporary impact on the reader, I think the quote applies in this situation. In my experience, it's almost impossible to awaken those who do not wish to be awakened. But we all keep trying, don't we, with various degrees of success. Sometimes it seems we're making progress, but then, with time, it's clear that our efforts have been in vain. Such is the nature of our task.

I also believe there are varying degrees of "awake". For example, my parents can now see the economic and financial manipulation everywhere, but I would never attempt to get them to accept the truth about 9/11. They are highly intelligent and open-minded people, but I've found that almost everyone, even those who consider themselves "awake", have limits to their ability to digest information that, to them, is controversial and runs contrary to the grain of their long-held belief systems.

I'm fortunate that my immediate family is awake to some degree (my sister understands that vaccines are to be avoided and she would never get a flu shot), but even they are light years removed from the truth. I would never try to explain to my sister exactly WHY, for example, vaccines are to be avoided and why it's such a great idea to never get a flu shot. She and I have had several discussions about certain topics that have resulted in her getting seriously freaked out and crying. So I learned to back off. At some point, we have to accept that most people aren't ready to truly be "unplugged", but, in order to keep certain people in our lives, we have to learn to moderate what my sister termed "the bludgeoning". She had a point. When people close to you start to feel like they're being hammered over the head with radical viewpoints that are far outside their comfort zone, we have to learn to take a step back, give them space, and let the dust settle.

That being said, I do believe it's our responsibility to educate, to arouse curiosity, to provoke and to cajole. I don't know if the awake among us have been "chosen" or not, but I do feel we occupy a particularly important position on this planet at this point in time. The pedagogic problem will always be with us, I'm afraid, but we should never give up trying to impart the knowledge and wisdom we have gleaned, even if we can only do so in some small, almost infinitesimal way. Planting seeds, as it were, in the hope that someday they will grow and consume the sheep in whose brain they were planted and take over the organism and bring it closer to the light of enlightenment.

Just telling the truth when asked my viewpoint about certain topics sets me apart to the point of being ostracized from polite (meaning brainwashed) society, but that is something I have to live with, in order to be true to myself. Having to moderate my answers to certain questions is challenging, but, when I'm around family and close friends who aren't yet awake, I do my best. I want them to be comfortable around me. And I want them in my life, so I make concessions to their current state of mind. That never stops me, though, from doing everything I can, even if only surreptitiously, to push them closer to Truth.

Lawrence Ferlinghetti wrote, "We have to raise the consciousness; the only way poets can change the world is to raise the consciousness of the general populace." Our task is the same, only the medium is different.

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