"The First Law of Social Engineering: the loftier and the more universally desirable the objectives of proposed legislation, the poorer will be its draftsmanship, the more cumbersome its implementation, and the more depressing its results." - Social Engineering 1899-1999 An Odyssey through The New York Times
I think by now it is clear that politics plays a major role in social engineering. According to Wikipedia “Extremely intensive social engineering campaigns occurred in countries with authoritarian governments. In the 1920s the government of the Soviet Union embarked on a campaign to fundamentally alter the behavior and ideals of Soviet citizens, to replace the old social frameworks of Tsarist Russia with a new Soviet culture, to create the New Soviet man.
The Soviets used newspapers, books, film, mass relocations, and even architectural-design tactics to serve as a "social condenser" and to change personal values and private relationships. Similar examples include the Chinese "Great Leap Forward" (1958-1961) and "Cultural Revolution" (1966-1976) programs and the Khmer Rouge's deurbanization of Cambodia (1975-1979). In the United States of America a 1939 CIA Memorandum for CIA director J. Edgar Hoover “We know how that men can be made to do exactly anything.....It's all a question of finding the right means. If only we take enough trouble and go sufficiently slowly, we can make him kill his aged parents and eat them in a stew." We think this statement says its all.
In Singapore, the government's housing policies attempt to promote a mix of all races within each subsidized housing district in order to foster social cohesion and national loyalty while providing citizens with affordable housing. In Tanzania in the 1970s, the government pursued a policy of enforced villagisation under Operation Vijiji in order to promote collective farming.
“Multiple genocides upon sentient beings through drowning, famine, and disease by what is worshiped by billions of people for thousands of years as a forgiving and all loving God, no wonder why most humans emotionally and physically abuse themselves, others and the planet and call it love.”
While there are many examples of social engineering, the reason why we are compelled to mention this topic is because religion for the most part, from primitive to modern day has been a major driving force in the social engineering for thousands of years. As you can see throughout this website, even though we may not agree or support certain religious beliefs, there are wonderful and inspirational religious messages we intuitively share that can help guide you to your awakening (or continued awakening) if you chose, but as with most life situations in our relative world that have positive and negative aspects, we find it unfortunate that some humans have manipulate religion and its intuitive messages for the power to control human beings. It is very important for us to point out that we realize that this may be a very sensitive topic for some people, therefore please keep in mind that all opinions are just another perspective NOT that they should be yours or anyone else’s.
The flowing is an excerpt from a Los Angeles Times July 2011 online publication “Science and religion: God didn't make man; man made gods” “In recent years scientists specializing in the mind have begun to unravel religions "DNA." They have produced robust theories, backed by empirical evidence (including "imaging" studies of the brain at work), that support the conclusion that it was humans who created God, not the other way around…" Like our physiological DNA, the psychological mechanisms behind faith evolved over the eons through natural selection. They helped our ancestors work effectively in small groups and survive and reproduce, traits developed long before recorded history, from foundations deep in our mammalian, primate and African hunter-gatherer past.”
The second civilization was not based upon this kind of religion but upon another kind ultimately derived from philosophy. A wave of new thinking swept through civilizations of the Old World during the first millennium B.C. associated with such philosophers and spiritual leaders as Confucius, Buddha, Zoroaster, Jeremiah, and Pythagoras. From their teachings came new philosophies and religions. Some philosophers, such as Confucius, Zoroaster, and Plato, brought a moral critique to government. Their approach was to try to reform government as advisors to the king. Others challenged government as outsiders.
Jeremiah, for instance, predicted that Jerusalem would fall to the Babylonians; he was jailed for expressing that belief. Socrates was convicted of impiety with respect to the civic religion of Athens and put to death. Jesus was crucified on order of Pontius Pilate, Roman proconsul in Judaea. Choosing between royal power and truth, Buddha renounced the throne of a Nepalese principality to pursue truth. Followers of many religions were renouncing the evil world of physical pleasures and power politics. Yet they also had to operate in that world.
“Prophet, make war on the unbelievers and the hypocrites and deal rigorously with them. Hell shall be their home: an evil fate.”
- Quran 9:73
“But those enemies of mine who did not want me to be king over them--bring them here and kill them in front of me.” –Jesus of Nazareth, Luke 19:27 Christianity
Their institutional fortunes were made when powerful monarchs sponsored their religion. The Indian emperor Asoka sponsored Buddhism. The Roman emperor Constantine sponsored Christianity. The religious ideologies then became state religions, armed with resources of the state,” William McGaughey description corresponds with most historical accounts we researched which as expressed by others in the adjacent videos also corresponds with the definition of social engineering.
ANOTHER PERSPECTIVE -NOT- THAT IT SHOULD BE YOURS OR ANYONE ELSE’S
"I form the light, and create darkness: I make peace, and create evil: I the LORD do all these things"
- Isaiah 45:7 King James Bible
The consciousness of the cell is inside the cell's membrane. Each and every cell in our bodies has a type of consciousness." Dr. Konstantin Eriksen, Epigenetics