Bertrand Russell

Bertrand RussellQuotes from Bertrand Russell's “Impact of Science on Society”
Bertrand Russell, The Impact of Science on Society

Simon and Schuster, New York, 1953

Pages 50-51

Fichte laid it down that education should aim at destroying free will,
$0 that, after pupils have left school, they shall be incapable,
throughout the rest of their lives, of thinking or acting otherwise than
as their schoolmasters would have wished. But in his day this was an
unattainable ideal: ... In future such failures are not likely to occur
where there is dictatorship. Diet, injections, and injunctions will
combine, from a very early age, to produce the sort of character and
the sort of beliefs that the authorities consider desirable, and any
serious criticism of the powers that be will become psychologically
impossible. Even if all are miserable, all will believe themselves
happy, because the government will tell them that they are so.

Was o respected philosopher during
his time. Perhaps he shouldn't have
been.

Hove to odmit: Three out of

oin't bod.


Bertrand Russell, The Impact of Science on Society

Simon and Schuster, New York, 1953

Pages 50-51:

鈥淒iet, injections, and injunctions will combine, from a very early age, to produce the sort of character and the sort of beliefs that the authorities consider desirable, and any serious criticism of the powers that be will become psychologically impossible. Even if all are miserable, all will believe themselves happy, because the government will tell them that they are so.鈥

Quotes from Bertrand Russell’s “Impact of Science on Society”

Bertrand Russell, The Impact of Science on Society
Simon and Schuster, New York, 1953
Pages 50-51:

Fichte laid it down that education should aim at destroying free will,
so that, after pupils have left school, they shall be incapable,
throughout the rest of their lives, of thinking or acting otherwise than
as their schoolmasters would have wished. But in his day this was an
unattainable ideal: ... In future such failures are not likely to occur
where there is dictatorship. Diet, injections, and injunctions will
combine, from a very early age, to produce the sort of character and
the sort of beliefs that the authorities consider desirable, and any
serious criticism of the powers that be will become psychologically
impossible. Even if all are miserable, all will believe themselves
happy, because the government will tell them that they are so.

Was a respected philosopher during

his time. Perhaps he shouldn't have
been.

Have to admit: Three out of three
ain't bad.

The first time I read the above [in early 2018], I refused to accept this was being done.聽 I was facing death and dealing with horrific discoveries as to why.

As time passed, logic connected with occurrences in my past.聽

My children suffered vaccine-induced brain damage.聽 Things we are enticed to ingest are becoming more and more toxic to the human body, and public education is little more than an indoctrination process.

As I struggled to understand what had happened to my children, the very institutions to which I turned to for help taught my children I was at fault.

鈥淚t was your mother鈥檚 life choices that are your problem,鈥 they said.

But it was a lie woven inside other lies.聽 The damage done鈥攖hose wielding those shots are responsible.

“There will be, in the next
generation or so, a
pharmacological method of
making people love their
servitude, and producing
dictatorship without tears, so
to speak, producing a kind of
painless concentration camp
for cntirc socictics, so that
people will in fact have their

liberties taken away from
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= Aldous

Who was Aldous Huxly? An elitist and eugenicist.

The brainwashing started with Edward Bernays鈥擣reud鈥檚 nephew.聽 We鈥檝e been subjected to it for decades:

: Edward Bernays : on Propaganda and Public Relations ::


Russell had familial connections to the above group.聽 I鈥檝e witnessed deep chasms in human clusterings which makes me wonder to whom Russell was speaking.聽 I have observed the subcultures of humanity and seen canyons of divides in their meanderings.

Subcultures be Damned and They are Killing Us

Was Russell speaking to all of humanity or simply his own kind with his philosophical musings?聽 Was he speaking to all of humanity? Or just his Clan? I don鈥檛 know the man.聽 Russell would say this himself.聽

He鈥檚 dead and buried, so I shall never know.

The vast majority of the Human Species is under attack from those intellectual underlings profoundly proficient in such deviltry as theft, murder, deception, etc.聽 This makes them think they are superior鈥攖hey are not.聽

As I searched out easy information on the man [I cannot sit long on this machine], I found a number of memes with his philosophical meanderings.聽 Some memes fit more than one category and I place them there:


Facts, Science, and Opinions


Do not fear to be eccentric in
opinion, for every opinion now
accepted was once eccentric.

— Bertrand Russell

“Advocates of capitalism are
very apt to appeal to the sacred
principles of liberty, which are
embodied in one maxim: The
fortunate must not be
restrained in the exercise
of tyranny over the
unfortunate.”

 
 
  

- Bertrand Russell
Democracy; the fools have
aright to
vote. Dictatorship; the
fools have a
right to rule

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Do not fear to be eccentric in
opinion, for every opinion now
accepted was once eccentric.

— Bertrand Russell

The problem with the above is those deemed as 鈥淓xperts鈥 today are mere mouthpieces for those derelict in human connection.聽 What defines an 鈥淓xpert?鈥澛 Certainly not PhDs which are bought and sold today.聽 Experts of today should be required to undergo tests for levels of compassion, empathy, morals, and ethics.聽 Those deficit of these attributes are throwbacks to an earlier time and should be declined any such positions.

"Experts" nearly put me six feet under not so long ago.聽 "Experts" destroyed my family.聽 Dicks says it best:

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We have many out there calling themselves professionals that only half-do their professions.聽 I surely wouldn't call them professionals.聽 I suppose I can call myself a professional genius and professional social activist if that's the way things are.

A bigger problem lies in the fact that the derelicts appear to be running the whole show.


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SUBSTITUTE EMOTION
FOR EVIDE
BERTRAND RUSSELL


This is so reminiscent of what I see happening today.聽 All those who bought the title of 鈥淓xpert鈥 are telling us we should fear this imaginary plague.聽 Could they levy something worse?聽 It鈥檚 been said they will.聽 They are the enemies of the human species.

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~ Bertrand Russell

I agree with Russell in this one.聽 What we want to call evil these days are mere manifestations of the worst of the human species.聽 We call them evil only because we do not want to accept that there are those of us profoundly deficit in areas of human behavior.聽 If we can blame something on 鈥淓vil,鈥 we do not have to accept the responsibility of the potential that lies within each of us.聽 We project that responsibility on to an innocuous 鈥淓vil鈥 thing.

So I decry the existence of 鈥淓vil.鈥澛 It simply does not exist.聽 What we are experiencing is terrible,聽 terrible human behavior.聽



Do not fear to be eccentric in
opinion, for every opinion now
accepted was once eccentric.

— Bertrand Russell.

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This is a most profound meme.聽 Those we have allowed to take charge believe we who have been put at the bottom of society are nothing more than animals.聽 We have been ingesting all their toxins and their lies. They are certain they were right to do such things.

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On Governing

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On Religion

Yes鈥擱ussell was an atheist.聽 Am I? Close to it.聽 The bible was written three hundred years after Jesus鈥檚 death and it possible his words were perverted in those writings.

I know good people exist, but they are far and few in-between these days.聽 I prefer to believe Jesus was the best of the best and horribly taken advantage of.聽 I believe in the man鈥攏ot the subsequent religion.

_ AzouOTES

"So far as | can
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the Gospels in prais
intelligence.”

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On Fear

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Do not fear to be eccentric in
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accepted was once eccentric.

— Bertrand Russell

On Emotions

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On Intelligence


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What do I think of Bertrand Russell now?聽 My jury is still out.聽 Was he speaking to us all?聽 I don鈥檛 know.聽 I will never know鈥攖he man is dead.

So we are now down to it.聽 A man by the name of Randall burns pointed this one out to me.

We now view the silver-tongued snake [who I swear deceived Eve in the garden] tell us what we are going to be allowed to have and do and be happy with.聽 It is a descent into full-blown slavery.聽 We are to be chipped and poisoned and tracked by these people and be forced to do their will.

Did you see the movie 鈥淭he Matrix?鈥澛 Welcome to your pod.



Copyright November 2020 By Joyce Bowen
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Zacharias 馃悵 Voulgaris

Zacharias 馃悵 Voulgaris

11 months ago #7

Great interview! Thank you for sharing, Joyce \ud83d\udc1d Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee!

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Randall Burns

11 months ago #6

That is a great video Thanks for sharing Joyce \ud83d\udc1d Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee

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#4
They did and they are. It's a lifelong thing--never ends until it ends. This is a book recommended to me by an MIT scientist. Many scientists I know have seen too much to maintain any optimism at all. Aids, Opium, Diamonds, and Empire by Nancy Turner Banks. She did a video about it, too. https://www.bitchute.com/video/beKvzZ4e8DVt/ We all know what's coming, and all of us aren't going to like it.

Zacharias 馃悵 Voulgaris

Zacharias 馃悵 Voulgaris

11 months ago #4

#3
I don't, which is why I prefer to keep an open mind about the matter. As for children, I don't have any, nor do I plan to. I'm sorry about yours though; it sounds like they suffered quite a bit.

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#1
You still don't know the half of it. And I suspect your children are intact. Mine are not. My children and I suffered the full brunt of his plan.

Joyce 馃悵 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee

#1
You still don't know the half of it. And I suspect your children are intact. Mine are not.

Zacharias 馃悵 Voulgaris

Zacharias 馃悵 Voulgaris

11 months ago #1

Personally I find that when viewing a person who lived a long life as a single homogeneous entity over time is a bit unfair. I can't speak about Mr. Russel but I don't think Aldous Huxley was a bad individual overall. His first books (e.g., the Doors of Perception and its sequel, Heaven and Hell) were eye-opening and quite positive overall. Of course over the years it's not farfetched to get some elitistic views as he developed his perspective. It's best to take the positive things every thinker has to offer, much like a bee takes the pollen of various flowers, rather than label them in a binary manner. IMO, it's not one's beliefs that are usually the problem but how they are interpreted by those with the means and the blind faith in those beliefs that put them into practice. Take Helene P. Blavatsky for example, the individual that brought Eastern philosophy to the West, through a life ridden with strife and challenges (remember she lived at a time when women didn't have much of a say in anything). She wrote several books on esoteric philosophy and the origin of mankind. Then a few decades later some lunatic from Vienna took some of these beliefs, adjusted them to his twisted worldview and tried to install a faschist regime in Europe (and possibly beyond, if he wasn't stopped). Was Blavatsky to blame for all this? I'll close with another example of someone with somewhat extreme views, who is still worth reading: Plato. He was a firm proponent of the collective (an idea that has degenerated into Statism these days) over the individual, while also a big critic of religion. Does that make him a bad person? Perhaps in his era one had to be those things in order to battle the injustice that was being done (e.g., the trial of Socrates in the "democratic" Athens which is viewed as the pinacle of Democracy today). Perhaps a quote from the Bible would be suitable here: "He that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone at her.鈥 - John 8:7

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