Sunday, December 18, 2011

Fishead Corporate Psychopath Snakes in Suits



I watched this documentary yesterday and thought it was worth sharing because there is so much important and empowering information like this coming out lately in the field of psychopathy helping people learn to cope with these natural-born predators. There are a bunch of annoying subliminal fishes flashing in the film for some reason, but other than that it's quite good.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi Eric,

Thanks for posting this video. Very interesting. It ties together somethings that I've been thinking about and struggling with recently.

In my work, which involves teaching creativity, I explain that creativity is not so much held by individuals as by communities. This is why we tend to have a flourishings of certain kinds of creativity in particular historical moments and geographical areas. The same is true of knowledge, which is one of the reasons secret societies, and jargon filled professions for that matter, do everything in their power to make information difficult to access.

I've also been thinking about this phenomena in terms of morality and spirituality, but until I saw this documentary I'd only been thinking of it in negative ways. How can people make good ethical choices if they are so easily mislead about the facts? And it certainly discredits the focus on salvation or enlightenment of the self, which is so prevalent, in various forms, in so much religious dogma.

I've been feeling all very negative about this for the last couple of weeks, but this documentary certainly opens a more positive train of thought.

Nonoun

nvra75 said...

excellent vid Eric.

Anonymous said...

Figments of our imaginations...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=klwWcp9eiPw&feature=related

Anonymous said...

Dr. Oz ~ Mr. Oz
(Dr. Jekyll~Mr. Hyde)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bGNn_prJXhg&feature=related

~~~
Utterly sad

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mSjVZx4jnuY&feature=related

Anonymous said...

Drug Company Says Flu-Shot Vaccine "Safe" (You say Psycho ~ I say Sicko):

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v7k0e3kpoxE&feature=related

Anonymous said...

Somethin smells fishy...

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Anonymous said...

Funny that where the video tells us of the ripple effects of good works it shows a symbol of the Salvation Army. That would be the same Salvation Army the colluded with the British government to steal thousands of children from poor families and send them to Australia, telling the parents they were incapable of looking after their children, and the children that there parents were dead. Seems the ripple effect isn't going to solve all of our problems.

Eric Dubay said...

Haha, good point Anonymous, I thought the same thing seeing the Salvation Army bell ringer while they were talking about positive solutions. Thanks to Nonoun for those ideas as well. The Anonymous vaccine links are saddening. I hope people are rejecting vaccinations more nowadays. No child needs 30 shots of mercury to the bloodstream by age 2, but this is now the norm.

Baron Munse said...

Meh, the emotional disconnection they are so worried about could be a good thing, some monks work their whole lives to attain this supposed evil detached emotional state.

I think the cognitive evolution of mankind requires some intellectual freeing from the lower emotional impulses of the brain.

It means in essence they are not influenced by the collective herd mind this video eludes to and can "form their own individual value systems".

Though these individuals are not found and trained in empathy, and how to use their different cognitive functions, they could be dangerous indeed.

The Rosicrutians I believe it is, teach that something like this is a step in humanities evolution the individuals leap from the group identity to the individual.

I agree by and large humanity is very much a group consciousness, far more then individuals. We(the herd) still crucify individuals.

Anonymous said...

Pyschopaths Phone ROME:

http://remnantofgod.org/jones.htm?zoom_highlight=alex+jones+jesuit