Attentive readers will be aware of RM’s views on the practice of genital mutilation (circumcision) on infants.

Its origins go back millennia. It is an act of violence that has deleterious effects on the boy who survives it.

Many readers will be all too familiar with the horrific levels of child rape, trafficking and abuse perpetrated by public figures and silently condoned by a body of institutions (the BBC, the Police, Parliament, the Judiciary et al) whose inaction, turning of ‘blind eyes’ and all manner of procedural and bureaucratic cover ups is plain to see for those who are prepared to look. In any event, all readers will most certainly be aware of the violence being perpetrated across the earth right now.

What are the roots of violence and cui bono (who benefits) from it?

cui bono? |kwē ˈbōnō|
who stands, or stood, to gain (from a crime, and so might have been responsible for it)?
ORIGIN early 17th cent.: Latin, literally ‘to whom (is it) a benefit?’

In part, this article concerns the more recent origins of violence in what some might euphemistically refer to as ‘corporal punishment’ or ‘disciplining the child’ and how such violence may be perpetuated into the life of the grown individual.

In the land known as the West Riding, the legacy of the religious bind known as ‘Methodism’ is clearly on view – huge chapels are dotted around the towns and villages, and although its congregations have shrunk considerably over the last 150 years, its teachings, practices and philosophies are as engrained in the culture as Gritstone, the local rock, quarried for the construction of its robust buildings.


“I was beaten as a child, and it never did me any harm,” is a common enough refrain and one which its advocates use as a ready-made mantra to justify parental child abuse:

“Spare the rod and spoil the child

The notion that children will only flourish if chastised, physically or otherwise, for any wrongdoing.


Spare the rod and spoil the child. This phrase has quite a long genesis. The coiner of the version that we use in everyday speech was Samuel Butler, in Hudibras, the satirical poem on the factions involved in the English Civil War, which was first published in 1662:

Love is a Boy,
by Poets styl’d,
Then Spare the Rod,
and spill the Child.

[by ‘spill’, Butler did mean spoil – that was an alternative spelling at the time]

The precise words were Butler’s, but the proverbial notion is much older. William Langland’s The vision of William concerning Piers Plowman, 1377, includes this line:

Who-so spareth ye sprynge, spilleth his children.

‘Spilleth’ is used to mean ‘spoils’, as in Butler’s poem. ‘Sprynge’ was commonly used in mediaeval English to mean the verb ‘spring’, that is, ‘rise quickly, at a bound’. It seems that Langland was using here as a synonym for ‘sprig’, that is, rod or offshoot of a plant, although the OED has no other records of ‘sprynge’ being used that way.

[The] English version of the Bible pre-1377 don’t include the line in the form we now use, but they do contain a similar thought, and this is probably where Butler took it from. In the King James Version, Proverbs 13:24, we find:

He that spareth his rod hateth his son: but he that loveth him chasteneth him betimes.”


Religions, of all hues and dispositions, have and will always remain well-engineered means of mind control for that is their very purpose. Weaponised Memes to control the minds of the people were planted long ago via such books as the Talmud, the Bible and the Koran which, such is the nature of the human mind, became adages by which people would attempt to live their lives. In this way, sayings and proverbs get sewn into the psychological fabric of individuals and collectivist organisations (of which religions are self-evidently manifestations), and are passed down with nary a critical thought from generation to generation.

Little wonder then, that from these memes, notions of psychological control and pseudo insight developed and became imprinted on the psyche of the individuals and the mindset of any collectivist, or statist, organisation. From whence we may trace the development of a variety of cultural phenomena – weaponised memes such as the divine right of kings, the infallibility of the Pope, ‘might is right’, the disciplining of ‘con-victs’, the establishment of cages for those deemed to be ‘miscreants’, the Panopticon prison system, capital punishment, Pavlovian conditioning of children in the Prussian-influenced schooling establishments, CCTV (‘we must watch them at all times -for their own sakes’), wars, propaganda spun out from religious memes, via an unquestioning media whose very existence, and it is now a precarious one, is for the promulgation of memes (including advertising), modern psychiatry, therapy, New Age religions, false notions of State and the (always) illegitimate use of violence.


And violence is, of course, that which each of the above institutions of control attempts to justify by falsely claiming that man is inherently violent and aggressive. Thus, the violence is self-perpetuating – it is as if the child is a creature, like a dog or a horse, that has to be domestically trained via violence or the threat of violence.


As violence begets violence, little wonder there is always a war or conflict taking place some part in the world being spun out by the Rothschild-backed script writers of profit and plunder.

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In fact, the origins of the word ‘terrorism’ indicate that its practices lay in government-backed violence designed to cast fear into the hearts and minds of the populace in order that they may more easily be controlled


Terrorism” comes from the French word terrorisme,[5] and originally referred specifically to state terrorism as practiced by the French government during the 1793–1794 Reign of terror. The French word terrorisme in turn derives from the Latin verb terrere (e, terreo) meaning “to frighten”.[6] The terror cimbricus was a panic and state of emergency in Rome in response to the approach of warriors of the Cimbri tribe in 105 BC. The Jacobins cited this precedent when imposing a Reign of Terror during the French Revolution.[7][8] After the Jacobins lost power, the word “terrorist” became a term of abuse.[9] Although “terrorism” originally referred to acts committed by a government, currently it usually refers to the killing of innocent people[10] for political purposes in such a way as to create a media spectacle. “



As one directs attention towards Syria and the Middle East right now, is it not blatantly obvious how violence begets more violence? It is also apparent just how ignorant and ill-informed those who masquerade as ‘politicians’ are when the ‘parliamentary Labour Party’ moved towards a ‘free vote.’ Tom Watson is a fine example of this. The deputy leader claimed that David Cameron had laid out a ‘good case’ for a bombing campaign to ensue in Syria, a comment that could only have been made by someone who is obviously either a brazen liar or who is profoundly ignorant of the facts concerning the formation of ISIS, the oil-driven agenda of the government, the history of countries like Libya, Iraq and Afghanistan who resist Rothschild control of their central banking and, of course, the endless false flag acts of terrorism committed by governments and/or international ‘security’ agencies against their own people in the name of ‘National Security’, in order to inflict more controls on those populations they falsely deem to rule over. Does Watson really base his decisions on the scripted fallacies of Rothschild’s whipping boy, the pork-meister himself, David Cameron? Evidently he does, because the ignoramus voted for the bombing of Syria to commence.


In any event, the ‘House of Commons’ vote of 02 December 2015 was cast by those faux statists and what was particularly astonishing is that amongst the war-mongers of the ‘Labour’/Fabian Hue, at least 30 of those who voted to bomb the feck out of the country are women, which would indicate that they inherently and falsely believe that states have the right to initiate acts of violence against citizens of other countries, as casualties inevitably mount once the Royal Airforce’s missiles start to fly. Those women should be ashamed of themselves, every bit as much as the rest of those who voted to bomb. They are at best tragically ignorant of the grotesque puppet show they act in or, at worst, chronic examples of a womanhood that has been strangled by feminism and fallen for the lies of the statists.


In any event, their collectivist approach to mass murder highlights the whole charade for what it is – a ghoulish spectacle of enormous tragicomic senseless violence from which only arms dealers, oil stealers and, inevitably, banksters benefit.

None of this, of course, is effected solely by acts of physical violence -‘government’ literally means ‘mind control’- though of course, it has been established that beatings of young children cause neurological and psychological harm to the individual’s development. Moreover, there is always a psychological impact, which is used to engineer frightened populations into falsely seeking ‘protection’ from the ‘state’, which is in essence nothing less than a collective of individuals prepared to commit acts of violence on others, either directly or by way of proxy.

RM was brought up in a culture in which acts of violence towards children were an every day occurrence – teachers would utilise ‘corporal punishment’ against children and, in this hothouse atmosphere of casual violence by adults, children would smack each other in fights, often with extreme violence, as RM can testify to himself, for he once was both receiver and perpetrator. Shouting and yelling at children by teachers (in loco parentis) was the norm.

The following articulates the effects of violence on the child, its corresponding association with powerlessness and how that might affect the individual’s behaviour into ‘adulthood’ in the context of the control systems in which Mankind finds himself and the propensity of those systems towards more violence:

This would have to do with how the drive for worldly power is sourced in formative infant experiences of powerlessness, particularly as relating to abuse and usually sexual in nature. Therefore, the more severely abused a person was (provided that other social and psychological elements are also in place), the fiercer their drive to achieve power and influence in the world will be. At the same time, there will be an equally powerful, unconscious need to reenact their early experiences of abuse, only now from the opposite end (that of abuser), as a way to feel powerful and offload psychic toxins of the past onto others. This is what Lloyd deMause calls “poison receptacles.”

It’s this unconscious woundedness, and the many layers of denial that keep it unconscious, that determine the outcome of every last agenda of the so-called “elite.” This is why it doesn’t matter what an individual or group’s professed (or even private) intentions are, but only the results. When talking about individuals and groups driven by an unconscious terror of powerlessness combined with severely wounded and overstimulated libidos, the goal is always the same—power. And the results equally predictable—abuse.” SOURCE

And yet, amongst all of that, there will always be moments of peace – the good-natured voluntary association that exists between individuals.

It is a multi-layered inter-generational web of mind control, whose strands span thousands of years and whose consequences are felt to this day.

In a limited sense, you are a person living in the early years of the 21st century. In a much larger sense, though, you’re equipped with inner resources that outstrip any cultural tradition. You’re not your history or history in general. The entire thrust of conventional psychology is to re-embed you in your past. Supposedly, this will enable your liberation—but actually liberation is a choice: you’re free to choose to be free. And if you don’t make that choice, no amount of immersion in the past is going to produce satisfaction. It will only relocate the same theatre called your life from 53rd St. to 43rd St…”

“A popular piece of received wisdom: ‘everything is connected to everything.’ This is supposed to carry very positive connotations, but it actually describes how mass reality is built and the intention behind it. Each piece of the matrix is hooked up to every other part. These parts all ‘confirm the truth of the whole.’ Constructing such a closed system that is internally consistent is like building a hospital where the treatments for patients ensure they will never leave—except in a box.  SOURCE




Anyone seriously interested in how false flags are used to initiate more control of the people might well start with a close look at the facts surrounding the ‘7/7’ London ‘Terror’ event.

The 7/7/2005 bomb attacks on the London underground: “A fictional ‘scenario’ of multiple bomb attacks on London’s underground took place at exactly the same time as the bomb attack on July 7, 2005.

“Peter Power, Managing Director of Visor Consultants, a private firm on contract to the London Metropolitan Police, described in a BBC interview how he had organized and conducted the anti-terror drill, on behalf of an unnamed business client.

“The fictional scenario was based on simultaneous bombs going off at exactly the same time at the underground stations where the real attacks were occurring:

POWER: At half past nine this morning we were actually running an exercise for a company of over a thousand people in London based on simultaneous bombs going off precisely at the railway stations where it happened this morning, so I still have the hairs on the back of my neck standing up right now.

HOST: To get this quite straight, you were running an exercise to see how you would cope with this and it happened while you were running the exercise?

POWER: Precisely, and it was about half past nine this morning, we planned this for a company and for obvious reasons I don’t want to reveal their name but they’re listening and they’ll know it. And we had a room full of crisis managers for the first time they’d met and so within five minutes we made a pretty rapid decision that this is the real one and so we went through the correct drills of activating crisis management procedures to jump from slow time to quick time thinking and so on.

(BBC Radio Interview, 7 July 2005—as reported at Global Research, 8/8/15, “Ten Years Ago: The London 7/7 Mock Terror Drill: What Relationship to the Real Time Terror Attacks?”)

The use of ‘drills’ and ‘crisis actors’ are two seemingly ever-present factors in all false flags. This is not conspiracy theory, it is fact, as exposed in this piece by the inestimable, Jon Rappoport.

These ego-driven useful fools are the dregs of the whoring profession known as acting. It is usually obvious why and how these individuals have to take on the drill-acting gig – they are capable of nothing more.

When they then act out the role of grieving relative, often with some kind of crowd-funding scheme already in place via social media accounts, it is plain to see how inept these liars are.

For a neat encapsulation of how those corporate whores in acting, music and ‘entertainment’ will supplicate themselves to the grand alter of deception whereby they actively promote the state-corporate mind control programmes, in return for material benefits, let us take a brief look at the band who were playing at the Bataclan Theatre on the 13 November.

“The Eagles of Death (Metal)” are fronted by a man who is known  as ‘the Devil’. The founding group member has a surname ‘Homme’ which is French for ‘man’. The stage was set at the Bataclan Theatre, the play? “Man and the Devil”. The actors? Take a look at this and follow the money and then tell me the world is not a stage and that the Fear Game is not always being played out in some form or other, on some medium or other, in some theatre or other..

Some might take the view that such is their level of complicit deception that they need taking to account for the fraud they have perpetrated on the people by way of their woeful misrepresentations of the facts (lies). One might say their abilities as actors are equally woeful but that is to miss the point somewhat. Each of them is culpable for the fraud these two-bob whores are committing on a daily basis.

On the simple basis that violence begets violence, there is now, more than ever perhaps, a clear need – across the earth – to raise children who have no need to recover from their childhoods. It is a necessity that is as prescient now as it has ever been.


Violence – of all hues – perpetrated on children only serves to prevent this happening and leads to the perpetuation of more violence on personal and geo-political fronts. The answer, as ever, is to remove the child from the state-fooling system, stop inflicting psychological and physical pain on them,  stop injecting them with vaccines that poison them and nurture within each one, levels of creativity and critical thinking by which they can see through the methods of others who would seek to control their thinking and do something to protect themselves from the violence of all statists.

Ironically enough, the very false flags perpetrated by State entities themselves would be an excellent case study for the development of the necessary critical thinking skills in the young.



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