This caught my attention on my Facebook wall today. An image that has so far been shared 30,000 times. Unfortunately I wasted a few hours reading all the comments, mostly from conspiracy-extremists. I’m a George Orwell fan, and really enjoyed stretching my mind with his books ‘1984’ and ‘Animal Farm’. But I’d never heard of this Huxley fellow before, and since the quote was saying something that was already on my mind, I decided to read through the hundreds of comments. I was a bit disappointed that all the comments seemed to be from fanatics (from both sides), not many were discussing anything in a logical manner, it was all “emotion-based”.
I have no opinion either way with Huxley since this is the first I heard of him. I try and keep my head on my shoulders and not get sucked into all the conspiracies, but I also like to keep my mind open to what could be truth, do my own research, to try to not keep my head in the sand either. Not sure if it’s worth more invested time to look more into his stuff, whether I’ll watch the videos or read the books. Time will tell because my focus is on cellular stuff right now and I like to keep my intentions pure, as in.. to focus my attention on things that I “want” to happen, rather than bringing into my life more negative thoughts, fear and anything that I “don’t” want tointo my reality.
It’s fascinating to watch how people think though… interesting to witness how an image like this stirs up emotions in people who are trying to “wake” people up, but who do so in a way where they sound like raving lunatics. The only way conspiracy extremists will start to be taken seriously by the masses they want to reach, is when they look at themselves through the eyes of others, and realize they need to tone it down, remove the anger / hate and negative abuse of others who don’t think like them, and explain their thinking in a logical, fact-based, sincere way.
Here is the image that is being shared around facebook:
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 entire societies so that people will in fact have their liberties taken away from them, but will rather enjoy it, because they will be distracted from any desire to rebel by propaganda, or brainwashing, or brainwashing enhanced by pharmacological methods. And this seems to be the final revolution. ~ Aldous Huxley (1894-1963)
(these are the least-rude comments that I found… just a random assortment of different view points that people have from the same image/quote)
Note that a lot of them are people who are members of government conspiracy groups, so keep that in mind. Also, some of them are responding/answering the question that was asked with the photo “Was Huxley prophetic?”