The pleasure model of the future
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The worn document has passed from hand to hand in the underground. The title? “Life in the Pleasure Dome.”
Its date of publication is uncertain, owing to the torrid years of revolution and state repression. Most estimates place it at 2067.
The man who signed it is long forgotten, but it’s rumored he’d worked for the US Department of Control (aka “Sphincter”), an offshoot of the old Homeland Security Force.
He was, perhaps, a scientist with special access to the President, the Congress, and the Pentagon.
Why is this document so important? Because it mirrors recent developments—in particular, the mass drugging of the population, under the guise of mental health care.
From page 56 of the document: “The aim of the New American Order must be the reduction of pain and suffering, in favor of pleasure. The population must glimpse light at the end of the tunnel. New drugs in the research pipeline must deliver pleasure at a level that cannot be denied or ignored by the user.”
Many people believe in the current drugging program. They feel the pleasure. They are satisfied with their lives, regardless of external conditions.
But on page 294, we see the underpinning of the whole program:
“Pleasure alone is not enough. There must be an accompanying belief that the satisfaction-quotient these drugs create is acceptable, is a ceiling on what is possible in a life lived.
“For that, we need a general lowering of expectation, because the drugs cannot stimulate the kind of pleasure that comes with holding ideals such as freedom, independence, power, and imagination.
“These ideals must be eradicated. Then the drugs will suffice. Then the pleasure they bring will seem to be enough.”
In other words, a person who is still conscious of his own innate freedom, power, and independence will experience profound pleasure. The drugs do not and cannot deliver sensation at that level.
Therefore, our leaders state, the consciousness of freedom, power, and independence must be wiped out in the population.
In the underground, we know such a program is underway. It has been operating for many years.
As evidence, I point to the standard federal review form, X-12f-B, which is a series of questions put to every student in the United States before he graduates high school, and to every person in the country during a job interview of any kind, as well as to every person who applies for government benefits.
Buried in this standard form are the following:
“When was the last time you felt free? What year?”
“Did you feel free when you were a child?”
“Has anyone told you you should be free?”
An interviewer asks these three key questions to every American. If the answers suggest that the interviewee does, or once did, feel free, he will, sooner or later, be shunted into the so-called Road System, which is an untrained and unprotected workforce sent to toxic waste areas to do cleanup, on a seven-year federal contract.
Then we have the federal psych eval network, which functions as an offshoot of the NSA Home and Workplace Surveillance Anti-Crime Mandate (NHWSACM).
By electronic means, through remote brain scans, a belief-system profile is assembled on all Americans. Among other assessments, this profile determines to what degree people have any deeply held
The content of such beliefs doesn’t matter. What matters is the level of commitment to the beliefs.
The underground has learned that these profiles are used to identify Americans who still have deep faith in anything. Those who do are placed in several different types of grinding manual labor forces.
The whole idea is to separate and wall off “believers” of any kind from the general population.
Over time, the people of America will, presumably, accept the pleasure drugs as the highest form of life.
The drugs will become the ideals.
What the drugs impart will be the only recognized “higher pleasure.”
There will be nothing else.
That is why we in the underground have developed an antidote. It is based on an old formula which has been wiped from all public and private records.
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