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the 3 forms of influence: rewards, indoctrination, and punishments

April 27, 2012

 

Book/Pamphlet cover (1920), giving publishing ...

Book/Pamphlet cover (1920), giving publishing details (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

U.S. Air Force Airman Matthew Bernard (foregro...

U.S. Air Force Airman Matthew Bernard (foreground) wears a water filled mask while performing flutter kicks after a non-stop physical training during an extended training day at the Pararescue Indoctrination Training Center. Location: LACKLAND AFB, TEXAS (TX) UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (USA) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

SASEBO, Japan (Dec. 9, 2009) Master-at-Arms 1s...

SASEBO, Japan (Dec. 9, 2009) Master-at-Arms 1st Class Christopher Williams conducts a uniform inspection on prospective 3rd Class petty officers during the 2009 Winter Petty Officer Indoctrination Academy at Fleet Activities Sasebo. The 10-day Petty Officer Indoctrination Academy, first implemented in Dec. 2008, is designed to produce better leaders and shipmates. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Casey H. Kyhl/Released) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

US Navy 071106-N-8933S-024 Lt. Cmdr. Bertrand ...

US Navy 071106-N-8933S-024 Lt. Cmdr. Bertrand Daniel, a French naval officer, speaks to Senegalese sailors during their indoctrination to classes with the Africa Partnership Station (APS) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

IndoctriNation Trailer on Vimeo by IndoctriNation

IndoctriNation Trailer on Vimeo by IndoctriNation (Photo credit: 6daycreation)

SASEBO, Japan (June 5, 2009) Newly selected 3r...

SASEBO, Japan (June 5, 2009) Newly selected 3rd class petty officers sing “Anchors Aweigh” during their frocking ceremony at Fleet Activities Sasebo. The Sailors completed an intense two-week petty officer indoctrination class. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Joshua J. Wahl/Released) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

SAN DIEGO (Feb. 3, 2010) Vice Adm. D.C. Curtis...

SAN DIEGO (Feb. 3, 2010) Vice Adm. D.C. Curtis, commander of Naval Surface Forces and Naval Surface Force Pacific Fleet, speaks to a group of newly commissioned officers at a surface warfare officer indoctrination class at Naval Base San Diego. The course provides ensigns with the basic knowledge of damage control, 3M, and other shipboard information to prepare them for the fleet. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Elena Pence/Released) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

US Navy 090205-N-3316L-028 Capt. Cindy Thebaud...

US Navy 090205-N-3316L-028 Capt. Cindy Thebaud, commanding officer of Africa Partnership Station speaks with an embarked trainee during a shipboard indoctrination class aboard the amphibious transport dock ship USS Nashville (L (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Escudo de la Santa Inquisición; Inquisition co...

Escudo de la Santa Inquisición; Inquisition coat of arms. Text: «EXURGE DOMINE ET JUDICA CAUSAM TUAM. PSALM. 73» (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Information Awareness Office logo; from http:/...

Information Awareness Office logo; from http://www.darpa.mil/iao/ (Currently down, see archived page: http://web.archive.org/web/20020802012150/http://www.darpa.mil/iao) Category:Images of official seals (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

the 3 forms of influence: rewards, indoctrination, and punishments

1 To everything — a season, and a time to every delight under the heavens:

2 A time to bring forth, And a time to die. A time to plant, And a time to eradicate the planted.

3 A time to slay, And a time to heal, A time to break down, And a time to build up.

6 A time to seek, And a time to destroy. A time to keep, And a time to cast away.

7 A time to rend, And a time to sew. A time to be silent, And a time to speak.

8 A time to love, And a time to hate. A time of war, And a time of peace.

<< Ecclesiastes>>
Young’s Literal Translation


Of the 3 forms of influence, note that indoctrination may be the most interesting one, because it is through indoctrination that people can be instructed about how to relate to reward and punishment (and also how to relate to indoctrination, which some may even say “should not exist… because it is evil,” at least according to certain indoctrination presented by certain practitioners of indoctrination who apparently value discouraging competition to their “monopoly”).

Two priests demand a heretic to repent as he i...

Two priests demand a heretic to repent as he is tortured. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Always remember that, in general, influence should not exist. In particular, indoctrination should not exist, rewards should not exist, and punishment should not exist.  This is the basic, fundamental indoctrination of all propaganda.
Because indoctrination is “secret” or covert relative to overt forms of influence like reward and punishment, indoctrination is the key to efficient social organization, structural hierarchy, imperialist tyranny or whatever else you may have been trained to call it. If you believe that the Holy Inquisition ended hundreds of years ago (or only began within the last thousand years), that is exactly the perception that fits the interests of certain parties.

What do you say about the future? Is the New World Order coming soon? Is paradise always “not yet?” Both orientations fundamentally miss what is already happening, which is the directing of attention away from the present and the past to a fixation or pre-occuption of attention as directed by what could be called socialization, programming, mind control, or simply

Werner Erhard and Associates v. Christopher Co...

Werner Erhard and Associates v. Christopher Cox for Congress (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

propaganda.

Indoctrination

Indoctrination (Photo credit: fd)

Seal for the Tribunal of the Holy Office of th...

Seal for the Tribunal of the Holy Office of the Inquisition in Spain. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 


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