~ i noticed something recently. this society is trying to keep us from something. they teach us from a very young age to not ask questions and just follow the herd. you have to watch very closely. watch out for these trends: the promotion of conformity and something concidered wrong or corrupt, the creation of a rift between people that are different than each other (aka, the teaching of the seperation of people that differ. i.e.: girls are friends with girls, guys friends with guys, etc.), the looking down upon of people that actually decide to go against the grain (i.e.: the teasing of people that invent new things ex.: nerds, people that aren’t into the mainstream media), the discouraging of self advancement or improvement (promotion of social standing if you do things typical to your age/race/gender), the stripping of the pleasure of life (i.e.: unnecessarily long work/school hours [8+ hours within 12 hours of daylight], the restriction of art as a means of livelyhood/ promotion of science as livelyhood, ex: good-looking shoes in womens fashion always destroy the foot/shoes that are healthy for feet are less appealing, good tasting food is processed and created to be unhealthy/tasteless and bland food promoted as healthy, alternative lifestyles promoted as different and/or interesting/hidding of the unhealthy side, etc.), the censoring of game-changing ideas/goods or extracting of truth exposing facts of the mainstream industry from the media (ex: ding-king, a product that removes dents and dings from vehicles w/o $900+ cost, all infomercials extracted from most cable networks in less a year, exposé programs always lead you up to the end claiming to tell more about a controvercial subject, but always end the program with well-known facts), the social discouraging of people vearing from mainstream culture (women taking up hobbies said to be for men, etc.), finally and most of all, it’s always intricately and subtly hidden. why? why all this effort to hide whatever it is they’re hidding? and, what are they hidding??
That man you see there, he is a 92 year old veteran from Norway, who was tortured by the nazis during world war II.
The upper picture is the picture of the “BOY London” logo, that’s so popular now days.
Then, on the picture under, is a known symbol that were used under by the nazis in World War II.
Now you can all think of what you’re really wearing.
finally someone made a post about it, everyone’s running around with the Third Reich Eagle on their chests
i thought people knew but didnt care
oh dang wow did ppl really not know this??? I feel like the majority of those I know/who follow me do know full well but just didn’t care/use the excuse of “it’s fashion” and are either adults who are ignorant in their minds (not knowing they symbol’s dark past) or adults who are ignorant in their souls (knowing and not caring) but I have never/will never support a brand that makes money off of a symbol associated with the Nazis. Same w/the iron cross bullshit, just marketed towards a different group. People are so willfully ignorant when they aren’t the ones affected. I was reading about Zyklon B last week. It was a firsthand account of a Auschwitz survivor. He watched entire train cars of his people sent to the gas chambers, and was forced to collect the belongings from their poisoned corpses. He didn’t go through hell for you to look trendy. Please think.
~ people are pitiful enough to just follow the herd and just do what they’re told. people need to start taking advantage of the wide-spread knowlegde at their fingertips and pay attention to what this society is telling you. your eyes will open.
The Entrance Hall inside the Palais des Expositions at the 1889 Exposition, Paris
~ i’ve got some splanin’ to doooo…