You’ve taken over my mind. You’ve raped my thoughts with your image viruses then sold me fake cures for your own disease. Your words and pictures scream orders at me like angry prison wardens. When I cover my ears, your voices echo in my head. I hate you.
I am filled with a rage that burns my eyes.
I don’t want to feel this way. You have done this to me. These feelings are the fruits of your multi-billion dollar sowing. And I am not alone.
Remember this: My mind is big. The more you try to push me down and make me small, the greater the pressure inside me becomes. The greater the pressure, the greater the chance of an explosion. There was once a time when I felt love, but now I feel only hate and anger, and fear at what I might do. And you can tell me to “BE HAPPY,” but I know that you really mean “BE QUIET”.
Believe me, I want to be happy. You stand in my way.
I just thought this was interesting as I have experienced a ‘bad trip’ with LSD… From the book "The Rough Guide To Conspiracy Theories" under the topic of MK-Ultra: Messing With The Mind.
"It has also been alledged that many prominent advocates of LSD, including Ken Kesey (author of One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest), Timothy Leary, Allen Ginsberg, and Baba Ram Dass (Richard Alpert), not to mention future Unabomber Theodore Kaczynski, were introduced to the drug under the MK-ULTRA programme. The book Acid Dreams suggests that LSD [was] deliberately allowed to spread among the rebellious youth of the 1960s, in order to space them out and melt their minds into submission. When the programme backfired, and [the drug] turned out to encourage critical thinking and the questioning of authority, “bad trips” and bad tabs were used to scare users away again. The full truth of MK-Ultra is unlikely to be revealed any time soon. In the meantime conspiracy theorists, many of who claim to have been under its influence, will no doubt continue to provide their own accounts - or hallucinations, as the case may be.”
Richard Condon The Manchurian Candidate The Cold War paranoia novel that penetrated - or perhaps inspired - the dark heart of MK-ULTRA.
Bruce Shalin and Martin A. Lee Acid Dreams The history of LSD in America, from the social effects on the hippy scene, the literary genius unleashed the whole sinister CIA plot behind it all.
Educate yourselves on the fucked world around us!!! From Monarch trauma-induced programming, MK Ultra mind control, Disney slaves, to Satanist symbolism & under-lying New World Order suggestives on our movie/tv screens!!!
“We need a widespread rebellion of women who are tired of worrying about their weight, who understand that weight is not a matter of health or discipline but a weapon our culture uses against us to keep us in our place and feeling small. We need to quietly say no to ridiculous weight standards, reassuring ourselves that we’re good and worthwhile human beings even if we aren’t a size 6, and further, to protest those standards more demonstrably, on behalf of others as well. Both decisions require a change in attitude which, while not necessarily impolite, is rather less tolerant of the everyday demeaning comments about body size that women now accept as their due. In other words, we need to begin to throw our weight around.”—Laura Fraser, Losing It: America’s Obsession with Weight and the Industry that Feeds on It
“We are feminists
Because Women’s work is never done
& is underpaid or boring or repetitious
& we’re the first to get sacked
& what we look like is more important than what we do
& if we get raped it’s our fault
& if we get bashed it’s our fault
& if we get bashed we must have provoked it
& if we raise our voices we’re nagging bitches
& if we enjoy sex we’re nymphos
& if we don’t we’re rigid
& if we love women it’s because we can’t get a “Real Man”
& if we ask our doctor too many questions we’re neurotic or pushy
& if we expect community care for our children we’re selfish
& if we stand up for our rights we’re aggressive
& if we don’t we’re typical weak females
& if we want to get married we’re out to trap a man
& if we don’t we’re “unnatural”
& because we still can’t get adequate contraception
But men can walk on the moon
& if we can’t cope or don’t want a pregnancy
We are made to feel bad about abortion
&…for lots & lots of other reasons
We are part of the women’s liberation movement
We are feminists”—Joyce Stevens 1975