Problem of the Mistaken Brain: Healthy versus Abused/Enslaved

Abusing the Brain through the Whip of 'Education'

Let us begin by revealing the ‘inherited’ Colonial culture destructively driving society. Colonially, punishments of flogging and deprivation were used to force people to work against their will and state of wellbeing. To support its expansion, ‘Colonial Education’ was not designed for personal development, rather to delegate so-called ‘Honorable Slaves’ to enforce punishment.

Now we have Honorable Servants (whether educated or not) using the myth of ‘Education’ (whether by government, religion or business) to deprive so-called uneducated Common Servants without adequate consideration for the basic rights, needs and behavior of human beings. Can people excel contrary to how they are designed to survive and function?

Enslaved by the Whip of Education

Oppressive ‘Master-Slave’ Colonial Leadership Style
Both Honorable and Educated Servants are rewarded by the ‘Big-Brains’ Colonial Masters for turning a blind eye to the inhumane practices of colonial governance. Since punishment enforces ‘ignorance’, are people being rewarded for brainlessly conforming without thinking - rote learning? Yes, self-directed autonomous humans are oppressively treated as ‘owner-directed’ robots. This lifestyle depletes their health, relationships and overall ‘wellbeing-ness’, which indicates a contradiction to how Reality expects people to survive and function.

Example: Can ignorant people miraculously make an educated choice and vote? Is the vote a garrison tradition? Is garrison politics about punishment? Is this a Punishment Democracy? Have we colonially ‘inherited’ a Fake Democracy of Slaves, by Slaves, for Slaves?

The ROOT Problem: Morality's Mistake About Crime & Creativity

Is it morally wrong to mistakenly punish someone for not performing due to a physical disability or defective hardware, such as a damaged brain due to lifestyle practices? Colonial rote based lifestyles and foods demote and damage the front lobes of the brain.

A Healthy Brain

The lifestyle practices of this normal child show regions of high (red) and low (blue and black) activity. In regions like the frontal and temporal lobes, at the top, early childhood nutrition, games, training and culture determine how brain neurons network. A healthy brain hardware auto-evolves to achieve greatness through learning the signs, puzzles, hints and cues from challenges.

“Are these youths the Innovators unknowingly engineered by society?”
An Abused Brain

The lifestyle practices of this institutionalized Romanian Orphan shows the effect of extreme deprivation in infancy. The temporal lobes (encircled) which regulate emotions and receive inputs from the senses are nearly dormant. This results in emotional and cognitive problems which require early special education to address the neural or brain disability. The brain may auto-repair itself via proper nutrition and stimulation

“Are these youths the Criminals unknowingly engineered by society?”
Can you compare these PET brain scans of two children? The Mistaken Brain
A healthy human brain is critical for people to participate in the world orchestrated by the ideologies of government, religion and business. How often do we make poor decisions or jump off the cliff expecting the world to react contrary to how it has been designed to work? Crazy? Instead of defective or wrong assumptions and beliefs, let us embrace investigation and research to unearth the world’s design principles. Children unknowingly misbehave, but to avoid penalty they are forced and trained (early) to “retroactively invent/give arbitrary reasons" of apologies to parents faultily thinking that mischief is driven by evil, unruly and poor thoughts instead of brain disability.

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