The Wall of Silence is a theoretical concept which reflects the desire groups have to ensure conformity among adherents and to make sure people outside of the group are not successful in questioning or stopping their activities. This wall is enforced through sabotaging efforts against anyone who tries to break out or fight back. Sabotaging efforts include direct physical abuse, murder, ridicule, harming reputations, calling someone crazy and isolation. It can include the sneaky use of surveillance to steal information, ideas and goods/money, or to be able to jump ahead to block those trying to fight the system. The more technical forms of control include the use of electronic devices and computer software to hook into people’s brainwave and body electric systems to monitor and influence thoughts, behavior and actions. Esoteric control includes the use of professionally organized and trained remote viewing or other psychic viewing. This might or might not include psychic influencing. CONTAINMENT PRACTICES: BLOCKED INFO AND SAFETY Watching, following, jumping ahead and blocking actions relate to the idea of being stuck in a situation or place the victim cannot get out of. If someone feeling victimized is trying to avoid trouble spots or pull out of bad places inherent to the negative system but finds that the offending party or system is continuously keeping watch or blocking things, this is part of the containment practices of The Wall. The Wall can also hold together a body of people so sure of their point of view or way of life that they cannot let new ideas in or flexibly discuss alternatives. In other words, it is a two-sided impermeable wall, hard to let new information in and hard to get secrets or real information out of. LABELS CREATING PEOPLE AS UNTOUCHABLES Silence enforcement can be encouraged through the use of labels placed on those who do not fit in; these labels act as isolating barriers so that the person is treated as an untouchable. Untouchables can be thought of as unreachable because an image has been put out through various forms of communication that they are too dangerous, radical, mentally ill, strange, dirty, low class, or too this or that to be reasoned with or talked to. Untouchables are kept at arm’s length, talked at rather than to or with, and can find themselves walking around in a zone of libeled unbelievability (hence isolation.) DO-GOODERS USING POP PSYCHOLOGY “FOR YOUR OWN GOOD” SET UP WALLS The Wall can also be enforced by so-called do-gooders who tell themselves they need to hold support back (ie, emotional support, financial support, group belonging support, etc.) from that individual until they “get real help” - for example, join the standards of the cult, religion, social/cultural orientation, political organization, or misguided/illegal system. A misguided system can have limitations which the people inside of it are not aware of - they don’t realize they are working from inside a box. They use a line of thinking but do not see the line. They also use a set of principles organized around a central theme but don’t realize the central theme might have flaws. An illegal system is one in which something like the United States constitution has been reworked to the ends of a take-over group not in alignment with the will and well- being of the general public. Special interests are being taken care of at the expense of the majority. Certain people are doing well and making money while others are being sucked dry, quietly and slowly taken out of commission or quickly eradicated. These do-gooders can come across as sincerely helpful and that their efforts at getting you to just be normal are for your own good; the amount of self-deceit that goes on creates an enticing barrier against truth and fair play. Things stop having flow and become locked up; communication becomes a thud rather than a river. This wall style is the most insidious of all because do-gooders of this type are the least likely to question their own motives - after all, they are doing it for your own good, right? SCRIPTS ACT AS WALLS Distancing strategies used against political dissidents, people questioning the negative system, or anyone deemed a likely troublemaker When someone is dealing with the offensive tactics of The Wall, what many people think of as the application of common sense and good psychology can keep victims from getting real help. This is because the victim might be displaying odd behaviors which look like one thing but are something else, but no one is around to properly assess the behaviors or situation. As a result, mislabeling, misdiagnoses and just plain wrong errors in judgment can and do occur. In addition, people behind The Wall can be tweaking this situation to the detriment of the victim (ie, trying to make that person look unstable, crazy, incompetent, dishonest, not trustworthy, etc.) These types use mental programs called “psychology” (actually usually pop psychology) to remove themselves from things they tell themselves are the evils of codependency, aiding an addict, or keeping the mentally ill in their delusions. These mental programs act as barriers to responding in real time to the individual as a real person. The programs are scripts which draw more attention to themselves than to the person supposedly being helped by such behaviors. The scripts take on a life of their own. Such walls convince people they are “doing the right thing” when in fact they are chastising the individual and dehumanizing him or her while keeping things at such a distance no one is really having a dialogue - it is all a monologue. The scripts give people the false sense of being professional or “adult.” In fact, they are not engaged in the connection with the other individual in any real or meaningful way - in fact, they have dropped out emotionally and mentally. Using scripts and arms-length behaviors toward someone deemed problematic or crazy is a way of controlling the situation without getting involved. It can reach the point the barrier kills the human spirit on both sides of the line. Keeping someone at arms length like that maintains a sense of false security and does not leave room for self-evaluation. Someone can stay stuck in viewpoints which prevent caring or thinking things through more deeply. This behavior can be more destructive than helpful if there is a sense of loftiness which is actually a shield for hiding personal limitation. That limitation can include the inability or unwillingness to see a broader picture. It is important to not rely too heavily on so-called good psychology and scripts as an antidote to supposedly difficult people with problems. THE WALL AS BLACKLISTS AND HIDDEN NOTES IN THE POLICE SYSTEM People can be punished or kept isolated by so-called official practices and statements which encourage an air of suspicion or unworthiness throughout certain systems. Blacklists can keep people from boarding airplanes or being able to access certain services. Hidden system-wide notes about a person’s character or mental capacity can act as a character destroying system which blind-sides that person everywhere he or she goes. People need to know how they can legally question, investigate and stop these practices. PEOPLE FOCUSED ON FINANCES CAN KEEP UP THE WALL Worried about money or focused on jobs/income can help the tactics of The Wall because people are more worried about survival or success than on negative systems. People might tell themselves money and security are the priorities to the point they overlook, ignore or accept negative Wall practices. They may tell themselves things are not that bad or that it is the price one pays to have a piece of the pie. They might assume it is that certain troubled or bad people are getting “it” while they are being the good ones staying out of trouble. They might also tell themselves that by behaving in certain ways as associated with having money, the negative system will smile favorably upon them or leave them alone. They might be trying to look like part of the human landscapes which receive the less negative attention, whatever that is, so their approaches for staying safe might be dependent on the best camouflage tactics of the time period, not on some universal favored spot in the sun. Money might be a soothing torch which gets people by in certain ways in certain periods, but remember, the Jews sent to the death camps often had money and were successful: in fact, in many cases, their success was their downfall because the Nazis resented it so much. In addition, there were Jewish bankers in places like Berlin who were supporting the Nazi cause up until things got really bad because they thought it would benefit themselves. They did not look after their own cultural/religious group but themselves. Money is not a cure-all against tyrants and it might not ultimately keep you safe. On the other hand, it might! 2023/02/05; 2021/01/13 page copied from rivergold dot net; on rivergold dot net updated 2018/11/04; 04/03/2017
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