Many people including use (Keema and Rob) have found ourselves saying at one time or another when thinking or acting a certain way something of the nature of “That’s the way I was brought up.” Most people do not think about this statement before saying it, and say it in relationship to the way their parents brought them up and for some in a very proud way.
Before we get started it is important for use to emphases that many aspects of social engineering are wonderful and bring character and color to the world. In fact regardless if people agree or not with its influence and ways it has impacted society, social engineering has and continues to contribute to the survival of our species. That said, as with everything in our relative word that has a positive side social engineering also has a negative side. As the adjacent video and our research points out there are those social engineers that are very familiar with the power of social engineering and the way it effects people and see humans as robots that can be manipulated and controlled through our habits and their propaganda. As described in the video “Are we acting out the artificial roles created by others who have successfully harnessed our minds through our habits? To answer that question one must first lean how the minds of individuals can be harnessed by systems of physiological control.”
Be aware that some of the following views may be of concern to some people, even a bit offensive or frightening to others, and some people may even labile them as unbelievable or conspiracy theories. It is not our intensions to try and convince, offended or frighten anyone with the following research, only you can do that to yourself and for those that may believe that what is being presented is some type of conspiracy theories you have every right to for as with everything expressed on this website, we (Rob and Keema) are only the messengers delivering the messages with humble and loving intentions, therefore we hope that you will keep to heart that all the following views are just ANOTHER PERSPECTIVE NOT THAT THEY SHOULD BE YOURS OR ANYONE ELSE’S.
According to numerus books and online resources including B. Larsson, M. Letell, H. Thörn authors of Transformations of the Swedish Welfare State: From Social Engineering to Governance? The Dutch industrialist J.C. Van Marken introduced the term sociale ingenieurs in an essay in 1894. The idea was that modern employers needed the assistance of specialists—"social engineers"—in handling the human problems of the planet, just as they needed technical expertise (ordinary engineers) to deal with the problems of dead matter (materials, machines, processes). "Social engineer" occurs in the New York Times for the first time in 1887 and "social engineering" for the first time in 1899.
"We are not makers of history. We are made by history." - Martin Luther King, Jr.
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“Give me a baby and I can make you any type of man.” -John B Watson founder of Behaviorism
“If that's the way you were brought up then, who are you really?”
“The test of every religious, political, or educational system, is the man which it forms.”
- From the Journal of Henri Frederic Amiel, philosopher,June 17 1852
While there is certainly nothing wrong with being proud of the way we were raised, we could not help but ask, if that’s the way we are brought up then who are we really? What many people don’t realize is that the majority of the way humans live was taught to them at a very early age based on what is referred to as social engineering that continues out through their lifetime as adults.
In today’s modern day thinking the term social engineering is use in social computing networking. Even though computers are part of todays social engineering, our research is primarily based on the dictionaries original definition “management of human beings in accordance with their place and function in society.”
In other words social engineering is not only the way we are brought up as a child by our parents but also include generations of culture, religion, education, community, government, corporation, media, technology and a host of other people’s values and beliefs that influence the way we think and live as an induvial and a global society. The adjacent video uses a description from Edward L. Bernays a pioneer in the field of public relations and propaganda to describe social engineering as “The conscious and intelligent manipulation of the organized habits and opinions of the masses is an important element in democratic society. Those who manipulate this unseen mechanism of society constitute an invisible government which is the true power of our country.”
ANOTHER PERSPECTIVE NOT THAT THEY SHOULD BE YOURS OR ANYONE ELSE’S.