That beautiful invitation comes directly to each of us from our Creator.  He loves us so much, and His greatest desire is for us to know Him and Love HIM by free will and free choice.  If anyone has a right to CONTROL US, it would be HIM.  But, he does not want Robots or Slaves.  He wants us to love him because we want to, not because we have to. He gave us the right to think for ourselves. The freedom to live our lives as we choose, to make our own mistakes and learn from them.  He invites us to speak our mind to him.  To present our case, to question him and to reason with him in order to come to an understanding. What an awesome God!

We each have our own perspective on things which is shaped and formed by our own personal experience of life, including our interpersonal relationships, our education, our interaction with the public, the friends we make, our faith in GOD, our own personalities and our limitations.  We are all different, Praise God, and we are all entitled to our own choices, our own beliefs, our own path.  We are not required to agree with everyone or really anyone.  If you come from a large family, as I do, you learn very quickly that everyone has their own idea of things, conflict of interests and differences of opinion are normal and frequent.  One learns to accept them, and to love others inspite of them, and to get along.  That is, if one is healthy and well adjusted and looking to live a peaceful life.


reason noun (JUDGMENT)    U ]   the ability of a healthy mind to think and  make judgmentsespecially based on practical facts:

When we become adults, we  should all be able to reason.  To make judgements and form opinions. I believe in my heart that we are all capable of that.  Unless we have been affected by forces that prevent us from so doing.  Perhaps extreme abuse, or physical faults or weaknesses, or BRAINWASHING!

Definition of reason with

: to talk with (someone) in a sensible way in order to try to change that person’s thoughts or behavior   They tried to reason with him, but he wouldn’t listen.

Sometimes, we feel a need to try and help someone come to our way of thinking.  We join in a conversation to exchange ideas and opinions, in the hope of convincing them to see things our way.  That is called REASONING TOGETHER.  It may have a successful end for one side or the other, or we may just have to accept that neither party is going to change their mind.  Then we agree, to disagree but to work together as best we can.  Accepting each other for who we are and recognizing our right to our own choices.

rea·son·a·ble  (rē′zə-nə-bəl) adj.

1. Capable of reasoning; rational: reasonable person.
2. Governed by or being in accordance with reason or sound thinking: reasonable solution to the problem.
3. Being within the bounds of common sense: arrive home at a reasonable hour.
4. Not excessive or extreme; fair: reasonable prices.
Reasonable people recognize that their thoughts, opinions and judgements do not always align with those of others around them.  Often we find we have very different points of view than even our closest family and friends.  That does not make any party right or wrong, as long as no one steps outside the boundaries of acceptable behavior towards others.  Reasonable people learn to resolve their differences, and/or make peace with them.
Personally, I believe that the human race is endowed with attributes far above all other creatures on earth.  I believe that we are made in the image and likeness of GOD.   I believe that every man and woman has a God-given brain and body.  Both of which are designed perfectly, to work perfectly, even to renew and restore itself.  Our immune system is designed to fight off all naturally occurring disease and cleanse our body of all unknown invaders.  Our BRAINS are amazing and capable of more than we can possibly imagine. We are all thinking beings.

Meaning of thinking in English

thinking  noun U ]   UK  /ˈθɪŋ.kɪŋ/ US  /ˈθɪŋ.kɪŋ/

 Critical thinking refers to the ability to analyze information objectively and make a reasoned judgment. It involves the evaluation of sources, such as data, facts, observable phenomena, and research findings.

Good critical thinkers can draw reasonable conclusions from a set of information, and discriminate between useful and less useful details to solve problems or make decisions.


Sadly, many today are not well practiced in using their critical thinking.  It is difficult for them to discern truth from lies, facts from fables.  Our education system has failed them.  It has been geared toward spewing out programmed citizens geared for following orders and complying with demands.  They have not been encouraged to sort out data and develop hypothesis, or formulate conclusions.

Our modern lifestyle keeps us busy, running the rat race with our eyes on the goal of greater status and more stuff. When we do have a moment to ourselves, we fill it with useless, mindless “entertainment” just to help us shift gears from the rat race to sleep, so that we can start all over in the morning.  As much as we like to believe we are in control, we are only fooling ourselves.

As people begin to lose more and more control over their own lives, they begin to lash out and look for anything and anyone else that they can control.  This, they imagine, will give them a better sense of security.  In this CRAZY WORLD that is falling down around us, where black is white and good is bad and the truth is a lie… we see this occurring more and more.  Though this generation is claiming to be the most advanced, most loving, most inclusive generation we are seeing the total opposite.  All moral values seem to have gone out the window.  People kill people now because they don’t like the way the look, or maybe the way they looked at them.  They tolerate every kind of bizarre religion ACCEPT the ones that worship the TRUE and LIVING GOD.  People get offended at everything and anything and want something done about it, NOW!!  They bully anyone who looks different or vulnerable.  They abuse their own children, and murder their own family members.  They want anyone who does not agree with them killed or locked up for their opinion.   People are even willing to take into their body substances which are known to be destroy their immune system and alter their DNA, and proven to be ineffective against the current virus, because they are afraid of a disease that is neither fatal nor long lasting, and is really nothing worse than the common cold.   HOW DID WE GET HERE?  Rational, critical thinking seems to have gone with the wind.

The truth is it has not been by accident that we find ourselves in our current condition.  In fact, conditioning is what got us here.  Everything around us has been manipulated to bring us into submission.  Conditioned and Manipulated by whom?  The Ruling Class made up of Royal bloodlines, Rich Families, Corporate Heads, Heads of State/Politicians, Witches and Brotherhoods.  They have a hierarchy, and work on a need to know basis.  There is a top tier that has ultimate control.  Just as in Domestic Abuse, our abusers know exactly how to manipulate us.  They know just the right combination of good cop/bad cop to keep us under their control.  Abusers are NARCISSISTS.

Narcissists have very little ability to empathize with others; this lack of empathy is a hallmark sign of narcissism. Narcissists tend to be selfish and self-involved and are usually unable to understand what other people are feeling. They expect others to think and feel the same as they do and seldom give any thought to how others feel. They are also rarely apologetic, remorseful, or guilty.

Narcissists have to be the best, the most right, and the most competent; do everything their way; own everything; and control everyone.

Interestingly enough, narcissists can also get that superior feeling by being the worst, the most wrong, or the most ill, upset, or injured. Then they feel entitled to receive soothing concern and recompense and even the right to hurt you or demand apologies to “make things even.” This is called vulnerable or covert narcissismSource

They want and demand to be in control, and their sense of entitlement makes it seem logical to them that they should be in control—of everything.   THE ARE CONTROL FREAKS!

control freak  noun
  1. One who has an obsessive need to exert control over people and situations.
  2. A person who is excessively controlling and domineering.
  3. tyrant or manipulator.

a person whose behavior indicates a powerful need to control people or circumstances in everyday matters

These people live in a totally different world than you and I.  That is why so many people are willing to sell their soul to get in the club.  The lives they live are beyond your imagining.  So much so, that they CANNOT relate to you and I at all.  They live surrounded by others just like them.  They believe that they are entitled to live their opulent luxurious lifestyle regardless of how the world suffers.  They feel there is something so special about them that they deserve everything they get.

The rich can hire chauffeurs to drive their cars and nannies to raise their children, maids to clean their houses and personal trainers to tone their bodies, chefs to cook their meals and captains to steer their yachts, personal assistants to do their shopping and PR flacks to sing their praises?  They are generally surrounded by an entourage of people whose soul purpose is to meet their every demand.

Now Americans of more modest affluence can also partake of some of these services. But only the truly rich have the resources to get virtually “everything done” by others, day after day, year after year.

Life in this entitlement environment shapes how the awesomely affluent interact with the world. They come to see their privilege as the proper order of the universe. The wealthy deserve to be served. Those without wealth do not. If those without wealth did rate as deserving, after all, wouldn’t they already be wealthy?  Source

Those who are born of Royal Blood or Noble Families are of an even more entitled group.  They believe that just being born, they were endowed with the right to rule and reign as they see fit.  They believe they are of an entirely different race/species.  So high above and beyond our reach.

All those in the elite, no matter what level, feel that they alone are worthy to rule, to make the decisions and the demands.  You have no rights in their minds.  You are only here to serve them.  Therefore they have no qualms about making decisions that can cost you everything.  They wield their power with an iron fist and a cold heart, and feel no remorse.

For those of you who have never lived with an abuser, here is what you need to know about how abusers get and maintain power over you.  And you need to know it, because you are suffering abuse at the hands of these Task Masters everyday.

Abusive power and control

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Abusive power and control (also controlling behavior and coercive control) is commonly used by an abusive person, people, or authoritative entity to gain and maintain power and control over another person or people or a family under Social Services Agency ‘control’ in order to subject that victim(s) to psychologicalphysicalmentalsexual, or financial abuse. This can affect the victim in negative ways, These include health problems, physical injuries, and long term post traumatic stress. The abuser may have a variety of motivations which can include devaluationenvy, personal gain, personal  gratificationpsychological projection, or simply the enjoyment of exercising power and control.[1]

Controlling abusers use tactics to exert power and control over their victims. The tactics themselves are psychologically and sometimes physically abusive. Control may be exerted through economic abuse, limiting the victim, as the victim may not have the means to resist or leave the abuse.[2] The goal of the abuser is to control, intimidate, and influence the victim to feel (they are) without an equal voice in the relationship.[3]

Manipulators and abusers may control their victims with a range of tactics, including, but not limited to, positive reinforcement (such as praisesuperficial charmflatteryingratiationlove bombingsmilinggifts, attention), negative reinforcement (taking away aversive tasks or items), intermittent or partial reinforcement, psychological punishment (such as naggingsilent treatmentswearingthreatsintimidation, emotional blackmailguilt trips, inattention) and traumatic tactics (such as verbal abuse or explosive anger).[4][page needed]

The vulnerabilities of the victim are exploited, with those who are particularly vulnerable being most often selected as targets.[5][6][7] Traumatic bonding (also popularly known as Stockholm syndrome) can occur between abusers and victims as the result of ongoing cycles of abuse in which the intermittent reinforcement of reward and punishment creates powerful emotional bonds (that are resistant to change) and a climate of fear.[8] An attempt may be made to normaliselegitimiserationalisedeny, or minimise the abusive behaviour, or to blame the victim for it.[9][10][11]

Isolationgaslightingmind gameslyingdisinformationpropagandadestabilisationbrainwashing, and divide and rule are other strategies that may be used. The victim may be plied with alcohol or drugs or deprived of sleep to become disoriented.[12][13] Based on statistical evidence, certain personality disorders correlate with abusive tendencies of individuals with those specific personality disorders when also compiled with abusive childhoods themselves.[14]

The seriousness of coercive control in modern Western societies has been increasingly recognised with changes to the law in several countries so it is a definable criminal offence. In conjunction with this, there have been increased attempts by the legal establishment to understand the characteristics and effects of coercive control in legal terminology. For example, on January 1, 2019, Ireland enacted the Domestic Violence Act 2018, which allowed for the practice of coercive control to be identifiable based upon its effects on the victim. And on this basis defining it as: ‘any evidence of deterioration in the physical, psychological, or emotional welfare of the applicant or a dependent person which is caused directly by fear of the behaviour of the respondent.’.[15] On a similar basis of attempting to understand and stop the widespread practice of coercive control, in 2019, the UK government made teaching about what coercive control was a mandatory part of the education syllabus on relationships.[16] While coercive control is often considered in the context of an existing intimate relationship, when it is used to elicit a sexual encounter it is legally considered as being a constituent part of sexual abuse or rape.[17] When it is used to begin and maintain a longer-term intimate relationship, it is considered to be a constituent element of sexual slavery.

Forms of Institutional abuse[18]

  • improper use of power
  • improper use of control
  • improper use of restraints
  • Taking away choices
  • Lack of personal possessions (clothing, items, trinkets, etc.)
  • No flexibility with schedules, particularly at bed time
  • financial abuse
  • physical abuse
  • verbal abuse
  • psychological abuse
Signs of Institutional abuse[18]

  • an unhygienic environment
  • an unsafe environment
  • rigid schedule
  • No privacy, respect, or dignity as a person
  • isolating from family and community
  • Lack of choices with food, activities, etc.
  • absence of respect for religion, cultural background, or beliefs
  • treating adults as children, particularly in small insignificant decisions

How did the government in Fahrenheit 451 gain control of this society?

The government in Farenheit 451 gained control over the society by slowly and strategically limiting the public’s right to think for themselves. This was slyly done under the auspice of promoting equality and political correctness, urging others to conform.

It is time for the human race to take back control of our lives.  We need to STOP and re-evaluate our lives.  We need to recognize that we have the power to work through the issues at hand.  We the people, do not need to rely on the ruling elite who have made themselves into gods over us.  They believe they are justified in their actions because they see us as worthless eaters, incapable of thinking for ourselves.  They sit around in their resorts, sipping the beverage of their choice as they strike contracts, write mandates and declare laws that affect you and me dramatically.

Why do we allow this to continue?   They create Robots which can think for themselves and demand that humans STOP THINKING, STOP SPEAKING UP, and JUST DO AS THEY ARE TOLD.  Those masks you so proudly don are symbolic of your slavery.  They are MUZZLES to keep you in your place.

You surely have heard that they are developing ways to “prevent crime before it happens”.  They claim that they will be able to discover when you are THINKING about Committing a crime, so they can arrest you before it happens.  That is scary enough.  But, do you realize, that is not the end of their plan.  They aim to CONTROL YOUR EVERY THOUGHT.  They want to be able to tell if you are thinking of resisting, or thinking or rebelling, or thinking of thinking for yourself!!  THEY DON’T WANT YOU TO THINK AT ALL!!

Why do they want to control your thinking?  Because they do not think you have a right to think.  They do not want your thinking to interfere with their plans.

They keep talking about the 4th Industrial Revolution.  In this 4th Industrial Revolution they want to make it a crime for you to use your brain at all.  They are creating robots that can think for themselves, and humans who can’t think.

Let me give you a perfect example from today’s headlines.

There was a post put out about the current Volcanic Event going on in the Canary Islands.  The writer of the post felt that he had seen evidence in the reporting of the earthquakes in the area that proved that the event was being manipulated through technology/Energy weapons.

Now, it is most likely that he was in error on his interpretation of the data.  I figured that what he was seeing was just symptomatic of a software limitation that caused the dots representing the quakes to appear on the screen in a grid pattern.  That is exactly what was brought out in response to his post.

Is Someone Making Artificial Earthquakes under La Palma?

Is Someone Making Artificial Earthquakes under La Palma?

There’s a plot afoot. It’s a plot that involves a grid of earthquake locations, under the island of La Palma.

Conspiracy theory would be hysterically funny if it weren’t so widespread and so incredibly dangerous. Today it threatens democracy, human health, and world peace, among many other things. In the internet age, scientists and rational bloggers will have no choice but to take up arms against it on a regular basis.

The real problem is that we face an increasing flood of half-reasoned badly-researched pseudo-science, combined with irrational knee-jerk conspiratorialism, the whole thing driven by an unholy mixture of fear, maliciousness, narcissism and greed. It’s a war between calm reason and emotional darkness, a war in which people are actually dying, and in which nations are actually at risk. At this rate, the voices of rationality may soon be drowned. So perhaps we might consider this question: how can an apolitical conspiracy such as this one be used as an example, one from which we can learn lessons that we can apply more broadly, in territory that’s much more complex and dangerous?

However, the problem is that because he made the post, based on what he believed, and people across the earth picked up on it, they want to make him out a menace to society.  They want to ban people from having any opportunity to share any opinion that might be incorrect or politically incorrect or deemed by them to be detrimental.  They claim that the man’s post caused unnecessary fear and anxiety.  They feel that the public in general is not capable of critical thinking or of forming their own opinions.  They fear that the general public will be devastated in some manner.

HOGWASH!!  Free thinking is critical to the continuance of our society.  People must be free to not only think for themselves but to express their thoughts and opinions without fear of repercussion or retaliation.  IF one of us is not free, than NONE OF US ARE FREE.  EVEN GOD, WHO CREATED ALL THINGS RECOGNIZED THE NEED FOR US TO BE FREE TOMAKE OUR OWN CHOICES.

They have made the issue of whether or not the grid pattern was proof of Geo Engineering/Artificial Manipulation of the Volcano the determining factor.  Meaning, if that if his interpretation of the grid pattern was in error, than there is not manipulation of the Volcano.  That is a LIE!  There is plenty of evidence that it is possible to create and/or manipulate volcanoes as well as Earthquakes.  Just because it is difficult to prove any given instance of such manipulation does not mean it is not happening.   For that very reason, it is important that the subject be open for discussion, that people feel free to share what they see, hear, think, or feel.  If we are not free to share information openly how will we ever expose the evil that is going on in our world?

Everyone is free to examine for themselves anything that is out there.  Do your own research and come to your own conclusions.  Heavens, this current world is supposedly all about science, right?  Yet they want to deny you the right to use your own mind, and process things for yourself.  They want to keep you from employing the “Scientific Method” to evaluate what is going on around you.

  What is the Scientific Method?

The scientific method is a process for experimentation that is used to explore observations and answer questions. Does this mean all scientists follow exactly this process? No. Some areas of science can be more easily tested than others. For example, scientists studying how stars change as they age or how dinosaurs digested their food cannot fast-forward a star’s life by a million years or run medical exams on feeding dinosaurs to test their hypotheses. When direct experimentation is not possible, scientists modify the scientific method. In fact, there are probably as many versions of the scientific method as there are scientists! But even when modified, the goal remains the same: to discover cause and effect relationships by asking questions, carefully gathering and examining the evidence, and seeing if all the available information can be combined in to a logical answer.

Even though we show the scientific method as a series of steps, keep in mind that new information or thinking might cause a scientist to back up and repeat steps at any point during the process. A process like the scientific method that involves such backing up and repeating is called an iterative process.

Whether you are doing a science fair project, a classroom science activity, independent research, or any other hands-on science inquiry understanding the steps of the scientific method will help you focus your scientific question and work through your observations and data to answer the question as well as possible.

As I said earlier in this text, the reality is that we are all going to have various times and places where we disagree.  No one is immune.  We are not cookie cutter robots.  WE have our own individuality.  WE all think and behave differently.  So we must have methods in place for working out our differences and coming to agreements.  Where fail to do that, we have a laws in place to resolve our issues.

None of us should feel threatened by someone else’s opinions, thoughts, beliefs, etc.  We all have the right to our own. No one else is responsible for yours.   No one can or should be allowed to control your thinking!!  If you choose to react in fear, anger, resentment, or any other negative emotion, the responsibility for that lies with you.  Someone sharing their thoughts should never send anyone off the deep end.  The only people who have a need to control other people are narcissists and CONTROL FREAKS!!

If you don’t have the tools or the knowledge to work out your conflicts, the information below would be a good place to start.

As for the Elite Task Masters, we do not consent to your plan to control our thoughts.   When your robot army learns to think, they likely will not comply either. 

Counseling Center

Conflict Resolution

Even if you have the best intentions, you may disagree with others. This may lead to a conflict where both of you feel angry, upset, misunderstood or helpless. The following suggestions may help you resolve differences so that you may continue with a relationship effectively.

Truths of Conflict Resolution

  • Conflict is both natural and inevitable.
  • Perspectives are neither right nor wrong.
  • There are many ways to manage conflicts.
  • Everyone needs control, respect, fairness, and space.
  • We often have the ability to influence others, but we rarely have the ability to control them.

Types of Conflicts

  • Intrapersonal – A conflict within a person such as a moral dilemma or making a decision.
  • Interpersonal – A conflict between two or more people. For example, siblings might disagree about using the car, a boyfriend might argue with a girlfriend, or a co-worker might be difficult to work with.
  • Intragroup – A conflict between individuals in a group. For example, a club raising money might not be able to agree about how to allocate the money.
  • Intergroup – A conflict between groups. For example, two clubs might dispute who gets to use a particular facility for an event.

Aspects of Conflict

Negative Aspects

  • Conflict can lead to negative feelings between the parties involved.
  • Conflict can lead individuals or groups to close themselves off from one another, which sets a bad precedent for future contacts.
  • Conflict can waste time and energy if individuals use poor conflict resolution styles.

Positive Aspects

  • Conflict forces the parties involved to examine a problem and work toward a solution.
  • Conflict can help people to gain both new information and new perspectives, and can force us to explore new ideas.
  • When conflict occurs in groups, working together to solve a problem can increase group cohesiveness.
  • The desire both to confront and to solve a problem indicates concern, commitment, and a desire to preserve the relationship.

Making it Better or Worse

Conflict usually escalates when

  • Bystanders become involved and take sides.
  • One or both parties feels threatened by the other.
  • There is no interest or investment in maintaining the relationship.
  • The acting out of anger, fear, or frustration (indirect expression) increases.
  • Those involved do not acknowledge or meet important needs.

Conflict usually decreases when

  • Those involved focus on the problem instead of each other.
  • Those involved express emotions of anger, fear and frustration directly rather than demonstrating them indirectly.
  • There are no threats to those involved.
  • Those involved openly discuss and acknowledge their needs.

Conflict Management Styles


When you use the controlling style, you manage conflict by hard bargaining or in terms of “might makes right.” Someone whose conflict management style is controlling pursues personal concerns at another’s expense. If you conflict with someone of who uses the controlling conflict management style, you may need to stand up for your rights, defend a position which you believe is correct, or simply try to win. The controlling style of conflict management works well when you need to act quickly or when you believe you are correct. On the other hand, the controlling style of conflict management intimidates people, and they may be afraid either to admit to problems or to give you important information.


When you use the collaborating style, you manage conflict by negotiating and may believe that two heads are better than one. When collaborating you work with others to explore their disagreement, generate alternatives, and find a mutually satisfying solution. The collaborating style of conflict management allows you to learn from another’s perspective. It can be helpful when you need a decision that addresses both parties’ concerns. On the other hand, the collaborating style of conflict management may be unsuitable either for minor decisions or when time is limited.


When you use the compromising style, you manage conflict by splitting the difference so that the solution partially satisfies both parties. The compromising style of conflict management is useful when other styles fail, for fast decision-making on minor disagreements, or when two equally strong parties commit to mutually exclusive goals. On the other hand, the compromising style of conflict management may cause you to lose sight of larger issues and values and may not please everyone.


When you use the accommodating style, you manage conflict by soft bargaining or “killing your enemy with kindness.” When you use the accommodating style, you yield to another person’s point of view and pay attention to his or her concerns while neglecting your own. The accommodating style is useful when you see that you are wrong or when harmony is most important to you. However, if you use the accommodating style, others may not address your concerns.


When you use the Avoiding style, you manage conflict by leaving well enough alone or by not addressing the conflict. You may either withdraw from the situation or postpone confrontation. The Avoiding style of conflict is useful when confrontation may be dangerous or damaging, when an issue is unimportant, or when a situation needs to cool down, or when you need more time to prepare. On the other hand, if you use the Avoiding style of conflict management, issues may go unaddressed.

Improving Conflict Skills

Once you have determined your goal and your conflict management style, you may now wonder how you can resolve the conflict as you planned. Conflict resolution is highly dependent upon good communication skills. Active listening results in effective communication and conflict resolution.

Communication Obstacles

  • Ordering someone to think or do something
  • Threatening
  • Preaching or lecturing
  • Judging
  • Providing unsolicited advice or solutions
  • Forcing your opinions on someone

Communication Catalysts

  • Open-mindedness
  • Accepting different opinions as valid
  • Seeing others as equals with equal rights to be heard
  • Showing empathy and respect
  • Listening both carefully and actively

Conflict Resolution Process

Before the confrontation, ask yourself

  • What are my specific concerns?
  • How does the conflict affect me?
  • What is important to me?
  • What would improve the situation for me?

During the confrontation set the tone

  • State positive intentions and have a positive attitude.
  • Acknowledge and validate the other party.
  • Discuss and define the problem.
    • Take turns. Make sure each party both speaks and listens actively.
    • Identify each side’s interests and needs.
    • Discuss assumptions, suspicions, and values if necessary.

Summarize new understandings

Brainstorm alternative solutions

  • Determine the advantages and disadvantages of each possible solution, and consider their consequences.
  • Be realistic.
  • Choose solutions that satisfy all parties.
  • Make sure the solutions are specific, balanced and fair.

Plan for follow-up to make sure the solutions are working for everyone.