Huxley was right.

If you have been following the crap coming out the different Occuppy-Everything-But-a-Job you may have bumped into one or several very creepy videos where people repeat back what a speaker is saying.

Allegedly this is a way to “amplify” what the person is saying so everybody around can hear. First time I saw this stuff, I had a nasty visceral reaction against it. I felt it was cult-like programming at its worst and something in the back of my head has been bothering me ever since. Just now it finally came to my front lobe.

Henry Foster patted the Assistant Predestinator on the shoulder. “Every one belongs to every one else, after all.”
One hundred repetitions three nights a week for four years, thought Bernard Marx, who was a specialist on hypnopædia. Sixty-two thousand four hundred repetitions make one truth. Idiots!
“A Brave New World” Aldous Huxley

God almighty, it is here.

2 Replies to “Huxley was right.”

  1. I reread Brave New World and Atlas Shrugged last year. I do not posssess the vocabulary to express my concern and dismay at the repettition, socialist views and behavior of these people.



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