Tuesday, October 20, 2015

God And Magnets At UCLA

            According to an article in the U.K. Express, the journal “Social Cognitive And Affective Neuroscience” (I am a long time subscriber!) published the results of a recent study under a headline reading, “Scientists claim they can change your belief on immigrants and God- with MAGNETS.”
            How might they do this? By utilizing a technique called “transcranial magnetic stimulation” (TMS) researchers can shut down certain groups of “neurons” in the brain. Researchers recount an experiment which they claim can “make Christians no longer believe in God and make Britons open their arms to migrants.” Well done, lads, well done, indeed! Just what the doctor ordered!
            The article went on to state that, in essence, these scientists hope that “in the future, belief in God, or in some other politically incorrect question that might…lead to ‘zealous acts,’ can be treated, maybe even cured, by magnet zappings.” (This could lead to an entirely new definition of ‘magnet schools!’). The scientists looked at how the brain resolves abstract ideological problems. They say that their research suggests our brains use the same basic mental pathways to solve practical problems such as following directions that they do to analyze ideological issues such as immigration and religion. Lead author Dr. Colin Holbrook, from the University of California at Los Angeles, said: "These findings are very striking, and consistent with the idea that brain mechanisms that evolved for relatively basic threat-response functions are re-purposed to also produce ideological reactions."
                         Rampant political-correctness in our schools and our mainstream media has already lobotomized a large percentage of the American populace and has attempted to put mental straitjackets on everyone else. This, however, takes thought-policing to the next level. This combines the worst elements of Nazi propaganda, eugenics, Stasi nosiness, and the Soviet Union’s branding of anyone disagreeing with the party line as “crazy” and in need of state provided mental help.
             “You don’t like zis president? Nein? Perhaps you are, how you say, unwell in ze head, ja? Ve have vays of making you all better!”
            This is as scary as it gets, folks. And it’s no coincidence that they picked Christianity and aversion to illegal immigration as mental illnesses in need of “curing.”
            If the civilized world is to be saved, and if we wish freedom rather than slavery to reign in our future, every sane person must resist this sort of perverted, stultifying, ‘scientific’ insanity.
            No matter what.

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