Rich or Poor

Here’s the thing, as a society we are sick and damaged. This is the part that makes the least sense though. We have many agencies that are supposed to help people and families heal.  Violence in our lives is not an economic thing or even an occupation thing.  We have batters of women, children and even men in our society.

We as a society should be healing and growing. We should be trying to change our family dynamics so that child abuse, battery of women, men and even rape are no more. Some people will point the finger at the Justice System. Here’s the thing with the Judges’ depending on the state the Judges’ hands may be tied by what their allowed and not allowed to do. How do I even know this? I studied criminal justice once upon a time.

I can’t even say I have the answer. None of it makes sense, it used to be people thought many of these crimes were more likely to happen in families that were in poverty. This theory soon goes out the window when you see this same pattern in middle class and upper class families. Is it a learned behavior? Maybe, yes and no.  Children are especially vulnerable to this pattern when picking their future mates. I don’t think any person sets out to carry this on as a family tradition. In many, cases each generation is a little less violent than the one before.

The agencies can be the problem themselves, some people go into social work to make a difference or to appear to make a difference. The child protection agencies aren’t that great either. Some of these agencies step in too late. Part of the problem is that the case workers don’t know what to look for? They ignore the calls from neighbors telling them the children are being neglected. They have no idea what a starving infant or child looks like. Almost sounds like some shit out of a third world country right.

It’s amazing how developed countries are still sick themselves. Now to get to that part about violence being a learned behavior. Here’s why I said maybe and no. Law enforcement and soldiers have in some cases been known to batter their families. In some of these cases seeing so much violence can start to desensitize them to it. Stress can also play a part. Everyone has a different breaking point.

As far as we’ve come as a society, we still have much further to go to become truly civilized. I don’t think this is just an American thing either. We don’t truly have a culture, since we are composed of lots of subcultures. It’s surprising to have so much violence still going on in the 21st Century.

Penny J. (MN, USA)

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There seems to be a major push for banning of guns. Only they don’t want to come out and say it. After all that would be too obvious. After all the agenda is Martial Law. That can’t happen if there are still people tooting guns.

The media is one of their greatest tools to freak people out and distort the truth to a certain view-point. There has been an increase of pushing an even bigger wedge between races and different groups to promote violence so they can justify the removal of guns from civilians. They make it out that some how there is civil unrest and that it must be dealt with by using brute force. These are all the same tactics that Hitler used in his control of Germany to segregate people to eventually get his target group to be a scrape goat and put them in concentration camps.

Mind control, think that its science fiction. Nothing could be further from the truth. We have nano technology and lots of pharmaceuticals that can aid in mind control. Musicians have been saying that there are subliminal messages in news casts, music and other such triggers.

With the increase in violence and other events. Law enforcement officers going rogue. After all a lot of officers are ex-military. Very few of them have come from the civilian pool. The violence or the perception of violence is on the rise. That’s not an accident either. All of the things that are happening are not just a fluke. They are deliberate and orchestrated for the sole goal of Martial Law. This was Hitler’s original vision and the US adopted it when they embraced the Nazi Scientists and their technology. They studied intensely how Hitler pulled off what he did. They’ve been testing it out to eventually roll it out on society for over more than 20 yrs.

This was presented in a high school class when I was young. It’s not like I went searching for this shit. Now it is becoming more and more of a reality for those that are a sleep at the wheel. After all they were able to take away a lot of your rights with the 911 incident. That was no accident. After all the lone tower that fell had never even been hit by a plane. Why do we have to have cameras on every single corner. Seems like a police state to me. If your argument is for safety. I have to ask, whose safety exactly?

Penny J. (MN, USA)