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"The ideal tyranny is that which is ignorantly self-administered by its victims. The most perfect slaves are, therefore, those which blissfully and unawaredly enslave themselves." - Dresden James
In part one, I promised I would get pure and simple with the truth about the war on terror. I posited that if the average person were to be furnished with real facts about the war on terror, conditions necessary for a radical change in the status quo on this planet could be created. What form such a change would take is not readily determinable, although a decent amount of chaos could be expected.

I understand that many people have trouble believing that the average person can ever wake up to the reality of the world around them. Nourished almost since birth on a diet of lies and disinformation, not to mention chemical-laden food and drink, we could be forgiven for concluding that their destiny as cannon fodder for the pathocrats is all but assured. The problem with this theory however is that there is no way to prove it.

Even if all life on this planet were soon extinguished in a nuclear war or a cometary bombardment, (evidence of cometary bombardment having been deliberately concealed for centuries), that is still not conclusive evidence that humanity should long ago have been consigned to the scrap heap of cosmic history. We can't, in good conscience, dismiss the possibility of a change in the course of human history (even a last minute one) until we have done all we can to dispel the fog of illusion that blurs the lines between real and false.

Pick any relevant topic, one that floats your boat or gets your goat, research it, and in one way or another publicly Truthify it. It really is that simple. Spend less time as a harbinger of irreversible doom and more as a public warning system. You may be surprised to realise how amenable people are to the unofficial view of reality. I realise that opinion polls are usually more reflective of what the political elite would like us to believe than actual public sentiment, but a recent poll in the US rings pretty true to me:
Most Americans say U.S. on wrong track, poll says

More than 80 percent of Americans believe the country is headed in the wrong direction, the highest such number since the early 1990s, according to a new survey.

The CBS News-New York Times poll released Thursday showed 81 percent of respondents said they believed "things have pretty seriously gotten off on the wrong track." That was up from 69 percent a year ago, and 35 percent in early 2002wrong direction, the highest such number since the early 1990s, according to a new survey.
That's a pretty decent trend and evidence that the average Joe may still possess a semi-functioning BS meter. What if you were to email or print out that CNN article and pass it around to your friends, and what if you followed it up with this:
Cheney On Two-Thirds Of The American Public Opposing The Iraq War: 'So?'

This morning, on the fifth anniversary of the Iraq invasion, ABC's Good Morning America aired an interview with Vice President Cheney on the war. During the segment, Cheney flatly told White House correspondent Martha Raddatz that he doesn't care about the American public's views on the war:

CHENEY: On the security front, I think there's a general consensus that we've made major progress, that the surge has worked. That's been a major success.

RADDATZ: Two-third of Americans say it's not worth fighting.


RADDATZ So? You don't care what the American people think?

CHENEY: No. I think you cannot be blown off course by the fluctuations in the public opinion polls.
Notice Cheney covering for his arrogance by dismissing "fluctuations" in public polls and ignoring the fact that polls have been "fluctuating" in a very specific direction since 2002. Could it not be cogently argued that Cheney's despicable attitude poses a much greater threat to the American way of life - government by for and of the people - than that posed by the alleged "Muslim terrorists"? After all, there are no Muslim terrorists in the White House...

It is not hard to see that it may be easier than anyone thinks to influence public opinion, if only a few people at a time. Nor is it hard to see how easily a discussion of this nature could be used to introduce the most essential information of all - psychopaths and the fact that they have taken control of this planet and our very lives.

All that is necessary for the delivery of a potentially powerful punch to the wall of complacency and inertia surrounding the masses is a little research and networking by enough genuine truth seekers.

I don't care how inured a person is in the American or any other way of life - show them the above poll data and other public opinion data from around the world and show them Cheney's contemptuous attitude towards the people, and it will register. Only the most self-depreciating, obsequious authoritarian could be left indifferent. That introduction is the first step, the first opening.

Widespread awareness of psychopathy is essential. Understanding psychopathy provides answers to so many of the 'whys' and 'hows' of the current deplorable state of life on planet earth. In the hidden details of the war on terror, the cold treachery of the psychopathological mindset is laid bare - its horrifying contribution to human suffering revealed.

In Part 3 we'll put some of those details under the microscope.