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Re: Breaking Out of Taker Prison
« on: July 15, 2014, 03:12:03 pm »
Great stuff, Holden.  Now I have a reason to use youtube-dl,  It's a linux-based command-line program that down loads youtube videos.  When I make my move next month, I am planning on living disconnected, so I will grab this now and watch it several times.

As Blaze used to say, How long would authority ... exist, if not for the willingness of the masses to become soldiers, policemen, jailers, and hangmen?  and mental health technicians or whatever title someone is given to maintain the authority of the psychiatrist, the doctor-in-charge.  This is the kind of world we are in.  People who defer to authority and enforce whatever is ordered from above are given jobs on the funny farm plantation. 

It is about managing behavior and attitudes that someone doesn't like, and they call it treatment. 

Listen, in a psychiatric ward, in order to leave, you definitely cannot tell them that you find life is not worth living. Do you realize what an acting job one has to perform?  We are trained to tell the zoo-keepers what they want to hear.  Some poor suckers are far too honest with their genuine worldviews and philosophies ... and, as much as I encourage authenticity, I basically encourage knowing oneself and being comfortable with your true feelings and true thoughts, not necessarily to expose radical views while under the psychiatric microscope. 

They call "treatment centers" BEHAVIORAL OBSERVATION CENTERS.  When I am in one, I try to tell the more enthusiastically rebellious inmates/clients/patients/subjects that this is not the ideal place to fight the politics of the psychiatric police state.  You don't fight from a position of weakness. 

It's ok though ... the tribal impulse exists in nature, and people seem to form very tight bonds in these places because of a common enemy.  We witness what each of us is up against.  Of course, other patients/inmates are not really patients at all, but put there as spies ... they do it for a living.  I have no proof of this, and some will say I am just paranoid ... BUT

It is good that you are aware of these things.  This way, if you find yourself in the belly of the beast, you won't freak out.  You will stay calm and use your intelligence to get the **** out.

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