Before I being talking about using NLP against the enemy, I want to give you a little background of how I came to learn about it and use it in my own political activism.
I have always been the kind of person who’s wanted to know everything because I’ve always believed that knowledge is power. Even as a young boy, when I was at the doctor’s office I’d always ask him what everything was and how things worked just so I could know what was going on. I was always questioning everything around me and trying to make sense of this world. I remember, instead of reading comic books as most young children would, I’d lay in my bed at night and go through all of my giant encyclopedias; absorbing whatever information my little mind could handle at the time. As I grew older, I became a truth-seeker and I hated when people had the wrong information. I would make sure everyone around me knew what I learned, so they too had the chance to learn the truth about the world. I guess it was inevitable that I would find myself on this path fighting against the deceptive cultural Marxists who are the eternal enemies of truth.
Yes ago, before I got into political activism, I used to do personal life coaching. I got into life coaching because I was actually trying to find ways to heal myself mentally after serving in the military and having a hard time readapting to civilian life. During my quest to learn how the human mind worked, I read all kinds of books and watch hundreds of YouTube videos trying to educate myself on this complex supercomputer. Although I had studied a bit of psychology, philosophy, and communications in college, I was always open to more information that wasn’t available on campus. One day, while researching about self-improvement, I stumbled upon one of the greatest life coaches in the industry: Anthony Robbins.
Robbins is one of my favorite coaches because his techniques and delivery are so powerful that you almost have no choice but to follow his lead and change. But what most people don’t know is that he’s not just speaking normally like any other person, he’s actually using a strategic method called NLP (Neuro-linguistic Programming). Most people have never even heard of the term NLP, and those who have will either say it’s a bunch of nonsense or that it’s mind-blowing. I can tell you from personal experience that it is real and it does work very well. I took a two year course to get certified as an NLP Master Practitioner and Hypnotist and it changed my life.
During my training, I was taught the most effective ways to create rapport, how read body language, how to influence people with powerful words, how to control my state of mind, body, and emotions so I can focus on tasks; along with tons of things over those two years. But the most important thing that I learned was the power of language itself and how we use it determines how we experience reality.
What makes a skillful NLP practitioner so effective is their strategic use of language in such a way that they break down any defense mechanisms and find out exactly what the underlying cause is for whatever negative thoughts, behaviors or issues that their clients are dealing with.
Marketers use NLP all the time in their ads to influence people to buy their products; politicians use NLP in their speeches; even champions unknowingly use NLP strategies that help them triumph over their opponents. Unfortunately, most of us unknowingly misuse NLP on ourselves and become self-destructive simply by reinforcing the negative language and thoughts that we think in our minds.
NLP works by providing the listener suggestions, in the form of words, which the mind then turns into images, movies, sounds and other senses once the words are processed into thoughts. The reason why this works is because the mind cannot differentiate between what is imagined and what is real; it will respond in the same way whether you are actually seeing it with your own eyes, or are seeing it in your mind’s eye (the cinema in your mind). For example, I want you to take a moment and imagine yourself on a very hot summer day biting into a sweet and juicy sour orange that would make your mouth water. Some of you may be salivating right now simply because I told you to imagine eating an orange. There is no orange, but the mere description of a sweet and juicy, sour orange is enough to make you salivate as you imagine eating the pretend orange!
Now that was a pleasant experiment, but let’s show you the power of imagined fear: I want you take a moment and imagine, right now, getting a phone call from a doctor telling you that one of your closest family members have died. I know it’s terrible to even think about, but you see, it’s not even real but the mere thought of it is terrifying, painful and causes you to react as if it was!
What I am trying to show you is that everyone will respond to nonexistent scenarios that the mind conjures up. The mind creates a scenario, and as it plays out, your emotions react to it as if it was real. That is essentially how NLP works, and it is the practitioner who programs the person to create such scenario through the power of suggestion.
As I stated earlier, the way we use language determines how we experience the world. Language creates reality by giving your brain the information it needs in order to create the images, sounds, and feelings inside your mind and body. Think of the mind as a supercomputer and language as its command lines. Depending on what you are doing, you are either retrieving information (memories) or creating new scenarios (imagining/problem solving). When you process language in your mind is it similar as if you were typing into Google search; with the result being what your brain creates or finds after the thought is complete. The way we arrange words, or even which words we use, can greatly change the way we experience or imagine things; just like how different words typed in Google will have different search results.
I want you to pay attention to how your mind imagines these two scenarios. Notice how you “see” them differently in your mind’s eye just because one word in the sentence is changed.
A.) “The car was ruined when it hit the tree”
B.) “The car was annihilated when it hit the tree”
I bet your mind probably created an image of a car in worse shape in sentence B than in sentence A. If I were to ask you in which scenario did you think the car was traveling faster, I’d be safe to bet on B right?
The reason why I am talking about NLP in this article is because our enemies are using it against us. Politicians are always using NLP. They are always using words in certain ways, coming up with strong and powerful phrases or memes that become viral and used to influence the population. They are always playing on people’s emotions and fears; trying to exploit the masses by manipulating their mental imagines. Notice how the Marxists are always trying to censor certain words and phrases by labeling them as “hateful.” They also create new words that will make the mind elicit the exact images and emotions that they want. By censoring certain words and creating new meanings in language, sometimes even redefining words, they are actually preventing people from experiencing and gathering any information that could destroy their matrix. This is literally mind control via hypnosis, aka NLP.
By creating a politically correct matrix they are actually censoring how reality is perceived, and that is why it is so hard to wake up our fellow citizens to their tricks. This is all exacerbated because of the Marxists’ control of the media which enables them to disseminate their hypnotic language to unsuspecting people across the world on a daily basis. This constant bombardment of NLP helps subdue the masses and remove any form of resistance; making people more susceptible to Marxism and ultimately leading them to commit Globalism and other things related to it. But there are ways to destroy the Matrix, and one of them is using NLP against the enemy.
We must create our own words and phrases to describe our unique struggle for the world to understand. If we cannot label our experience, then we cannot share our experience with others; thus making our efforts futile. We also must avoid using words that the Marxists have already deemed to be “hateful” and politically incorrect because we cannot possibly spin them around even if we tried. Such words and phrases are counterproductive and should discarded permanently from our vocabulary.
Another way to destroy the Matrix is using NLP in our confrontations with possible converts and our opposition. The best way to win an argument is engage in a line of Socratic questioning that systematically forces your opponent into a corner where their reality can be shattered. This is achieved by carefully leading the conversation in a direction where you set them up to hang themselves with their own contradictions. This is done by questioning how they know what they are saying and making them define their terms; breaking down everything they are saying into its more basic forms, until the contradictions, which you know exist, are exposed for all to see. This by no means is a form of deception or trickery; someone who has the truth cannot be deceived nor can they contradict themselves because the truth is always constant. Finding flaws in someone’s argument is as simple as questioning the veracity of every single thing they say – like peeling off layers of an onion – until they realize the flaws themselves.
The best part of all this is that they can lie to you, but they cannot lie to themselves. Once you trap them in a corner with a question that causes them to doubt their beliefs and values, their mind will answer it no matter what; whether they tell you what their mind actually told them is another story. They will either get upset and call you names or break free from their spell. Regardless, that person will not think the same again.
So next time you find yourself debating with someone, try some NLP. Remember, NLP is not an offensive strategy; all you have to do is strategically set them up with questions (like your trying to catch someone lying), sit back and point out flaws in their arguments until they are forced to realize them, and then hope they are strong-minded enough to accept reality.