The Cabin’s On Fire: The End Justifies The Meme

THE CABIN’S ON FIRE:
THE END JUSTIFIES THE MEME

As I was watching the coverage of the manhunt for Christopher Dorner, I was confused by a number of things that the media failed to report about the case. While the foreground meme is that of a crazed former cop on a killer rampage, the background meme that isn’t exposed yet and should be is just how crazed the entire Los Angeles Police Department has become.

A perfect example of this is how after it was reported in the news that Dorner’s vehicle was destroyed by fire near Big Bear, California, police officers engaged in firing on vehicles that looked like the suspect’s vehicle. Once again the police decided to fire on vehicles that looked like Dorner’s vehicle even after it was reported by the media that his vehicle was destroyed by fire.

David Perdue was on his way to sneak in some surfing before work when police flagged him down. They asked who he was and where he was headed, then sent him on his way. Seconds later, Perdue’s attorney said, a Torrance police cruiser slammed into his pickup and officers opened fire; none of the bullets struck Perdue.

His pickup, police later explained, matched the description of the one belonging to Dorner. But the pickups were different makes and colors. And Perdue looks nothing like Dorner: He’s several inches shorter and about a hundred pounds lighter. And Perdue is white; Dorner is black.

The incident involving Perdue was the second time police looking for the fugitive former LAPD officer opened fire on someone else. In the first incident, LAPD officers opened fire on another pickup they feared was being driven by Dorner. The mother and daughter inside the truck were delivering Los Angeles Times newspapers. The older woman was shot twice in the back and the other was wounded by broken glass.

The question is why they fired on these vehicles. ,a href=”http://karisable.com/crlebclapd.htm” target=”_blank”>Is there a crazed brutality that is happening within the Los Angeles Police Department?

Or is it the meme that everyone is a suspect when the police become targeted?

Another interesting turn events in the case is that even after it was announced that the police had Dorner cornered in a cabin near Big Bear, the police were searching vehicles miles away and pointing guns at drivers.

Is there a lack of communication, are police being excessively violent, or is the meme that everyone is suspect when the police are targeted a necessary evil?

We also have heard that Christopher Dorner is now the first American citizen to be pursued by drones on American soil. What has changed in America that now we need to selectively use predator drones as judge and jury without due process?

How is that tactical officers are no longer capable of doing their jobs of negotiating and bringing a suspect out alive to face a jury? Instead, with the aid of drones and the eye in the sky, the nation focused on a cabin where he allegedly hid. The final moments in this news story has all the trappings of “The Running Man,” a science fiction story about a future reality show where a criminal tries to outsmart authorities.

The cabin ended up catching fire in a scene that triggers memories of the Waco, Texas fire that incinerated women, children and David Koresh. At that time we suspected that they were murdered and that law enforcement intentionally set fire to the compound making them judge, jury and executioner.

Barack Obama now has executive authority to kill by mere suspicion and now we see how the police departments and paramilitary tactical teams seem to be of the idea that we should shoot first and ask questions later.

Violent and suicidal memes have now been part of our nightly routine. If we pay attention to mainstream narrative, you would think that everyone is a ticking time bomb and the solution is to just coerce the public into disarming itself so that they can be subjected to other violent behaviors being brought on by the encroaching police state.

We have a suicidal crisis that is evolving because of generated memes that make all things suspect and the response from both the public, the military and police is mutually assured destruction.

Days ago, I demonstrated that a few indicators during the Super Bowl gave me the impression that the symbolism of the “bull” – or the bullish meme – was being replicated during the performance by Beyonce and Destiny’s Child who’s newest hit song was called “Nuclear.”

The “bullish” or “bullying” nature of man was the meme that was cloaked in fire and the burning of elements in a “scorched earth” meme that I indicated was quite possibly about “nuclear nationalism.”

Days later, Iran reported that they had officially become a nuclear state and that North Korea has now, under the condemnation of the United Nations, successfully tested a nuclear bomb.

There have been many times in my life where I have had a bad experience with a project or a relationship and then realizing that my first thoughts were I never should have engaged in it to begin with. The reason why we do it is because in the beginning we really want something to work even though there are warning signs and mimetic triggers that are telling you to stay away or to be cautious and yet you do not listen.

I realized that when it comes to speculating on current events and where they will take us, I have decided that – regardless of criticism – I often point out memes that I see and understand that they are powerful things.

I am a firm believer that intuition tends to rule in many situations and no matter how crazy the meme seems to be, it always seems to manifest to the fullest in the zeitgeist and soon meaningful coincidences transpire which makes life more interesting and magical.

Memes, quite literally, are like genies that are let out of the lamps and once they are released they tend to live and breathe and they also grow within a certain amount of time.

Memes are very much like viruses that hijack reality and if enough people are subjected to a meme that is covertly transmitted they become unaware that they have submitted themselves to something that is against their self interest or self sustainability.

It is unfortunate that the memes that have been transmitted by the elite have become parasitic and are most definitely not in the self interest of the public at large.

We are told that there are memes that we should be willing to die for and many people with no intention of self preservation will defend to the death a meme that has become viral and leads to a suicidal tendency that is voluntary and very frightening because it guarantees virtual destruction of human life.

Think of all of the memes you are willing to die for. Will you lay down your life for something as nebulous as freedom? Do you believe that justice is worth dying for? How is your spiritual health when it comes to the truth? Is the truth really what we see every day? I have always heard from people that there are trusted sources that they get information from and yet most of the time these so called trusted sources are only sources for engendering destructive memes that simply put ask you to surrender your protection, your integrity, and you cognitive resonance.

All these states of mind, from freedom to slavery can be changed with a meme that that sets the agenda for your thought processes that you once thought you had total control over.

Many people wonder why people will fight for something like communism, socialism, Mormonism, Catholicism, or even Islam and never stop to wonder if the memes they pick up on are not destructive and put the stop to spiritual evolution.

Many of us today have fallen victim to unthinking engineering and have been socially coerced into thinking that the end justifies the meme.

The dangerous memes now are replacing biological imperatives, common sense and virtual well-being.

The elite seem to misuse memes in their ineffable way of social coercion and in some cases “sorceress” ways of ritual and showmanship. We all see it as entertaining and make excuses for the way it is presented and if anyone reads into the grandstanding and points out that it is an infectious hijacking of common sense, those who are already mesmerized by it will immediately criticize or malign anyone who does not enable the idea for a detrimental hijacking of the collective consciousness.

For those who see the misuse of these memes it becomes a thankless job of identifying the destructive flow of thought and trying to warn that the meme will eventually manifest if we don’t identify it and try to eradicate it and prevent it from replicating.

Toxic memes are like pathogens and as they spread it is fascinating to see how these ideas can be presented covertly, accepted within the core belief apparatus and then soon everything is suspect.

The mental concept when illustrated can be a pathetic exercise in knee jerk reaction to crisis and the outcomes become suspicious and degenerative. They can be placed in a song that has a repetitive hook or an advertisement with a subliminal image. They can be symbolic gestures that seem harmless, or major motion pictures that are made to change history through an artistic interpretation meant to sway an opinion towards a false or clouded view of what really happened.

Lately we have seen the tale of the antihero, becoming a hero. We cheer on serial killers, drug dealers and the mentally unstable in television shows and movies. We are told to enable politicians that make promises of change and hope and yet continue in generating nightmare memes of injustice and a police state spirituality that condones the murder of people without due process and a trial by peers.

We are given the meme that the constitution has become a literal death sentence, that it is archaic and does not apply to modern day activities where the imperative is to adjust evil to fit an agenda.

We see memes today that through the use of technology are now spreading into various places around the world that are wiping out cultures, demanding the move towards collectivism, destroying the idea of individual will, destroying language, belittling rites of passage, eliminating cherished traditions, and destroying religious beliefs.

This is really not our fault, because there has not been a lesson in developing immunity to such memes, there is no vaccine to prevent the spread of a bad idea, or a philosophy that creates a demon of the hour, that arouses suspicion and dread.

While positive memes exist and we feel that they bring us comfort in some ways we may have to be extra aware of how memes that we think are for our benefit can literally be a threat to the memes of others.

These memes, of course, are what others are willing to die for.

You can’t eliminate toxic memes but you can try to somehow develop an amoral understanding of what they are and how they are being generated in order to stop their virulence.

When you get the facts about anything you can attack it with passion and use vigilance to prevent making the same mistakes in opening yourself up to the same virulent ideas.

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