Rev. Chris Korda of the Church of Euthanasia writes:
You’ve all been conditioned, every one of you. You’ve all been conditioned. Okay. What was the first and most important thing that you’ve all been conditioned for? You’ve been conditioned for many things, but without this thing, you couldn’t be conditioned for anything else. It’s the thing that makes it possible for you to receive further conditioning. Somebody tell me what this thing is, it’s a word. I’ll give you a hint: it’s the first thing we all condition our pets for, for the same reason. What is this thing we condition our pets for? It is… Obedience. Yes. Obedience. We’re conditioned for obedience.
Who did this? Who did this to you? Who conditioned you for this? First? Your parents. Yes. Yes, your parents and then your teachers, principals if you had any spunk at all, and then… Your bosses, yes, your bosses. Or ROTC drill instructors. Detention supervisors. Priests, nuns. Jails, reform school, whatever it took. You learned obedience.
And how was it done? How was it done? At the very beginning, how was it done? What were the chief methods, two methods, the main methods that they used to do this to you? Unless you grew up in some hippie household, breaking all the rules. God bless you if that’s so. But for all the rest of you. Physical violence, of course. Physical violence. Basic. Maybe not even hitting you. Maybe just holding you back. Physically preventing you from doing something. From pissing on the floor. From touching yourself in an inappropriate way. Getting up on the kitchen counter. Whatever it was that your instinct, your primal nature, told you to do, because remember, at this point you’re a wild creature. You are wild, you are an animal. You’re not just like an animal, you are an animal. And your instinct speaks to you, and you listen. Your instinct tells you to do something, and then they grab you, and they say “Don’t do that!”. They physically hold you back.
And then they use the other weapon, what’s the other weapon? The other weapon is… Fear. Fear of what? Fear of physical violence? Yes, but more than that, more important than that. Fear of losing something, something that you desperately need, because you’re so small. You’re so fragile, so vulnerable. Without it, even for a second, you panic, you have to have it, what is that thing they’re withholding? Love. Unconditional love. They make love conditional. They say… Okay, if they’re real shits they say “You do that again and we won’t love you. Piss on the floor one more time and we won’t love you.” If they’re intellectuals, if they read Dr. Spock, they’re trickier than that, they say “We’ll love you more if don’t do that. Don’t piss on the floor and we’ll really love you then.” But it’s the same thing.
And what is happening as you’re learning to cooperate? What is happening inside you? What are you learning to do? In the same way that they’re holding you back, you also learn to hold yourself back. You learn to… Suppress your basic primal drives. You learn to create the false self. The false self. The mask. Yes. Yes. Yes sir. Yes, thank you, sir. May I have another, please. You cower behind the false self that gets you the approval and the love, the conditional love that you so desperately need. You cower, in fear, fear of the most terrible threat, fear of expulsion from the love of the tribe, the only tribe you know, the nuclear family. This is your tribe, and you can be punished, excommunicated, banished to the darkness of non-love. And so you create the false self. First for them, first for your parents. And then, as you get better… When they can take you out in public without embarrassment, and parade you around, and say “Look at our little Lord Fauntleroy! Look at our little junior! Look how well behaved he is. How he follows our every command.” Of course they would never say this to you, or even in front of you, but they say it to each other, to the other parents. They say “Oh, we’re having such success, she’s so obedient, so well trained. She never cries anymore. She says ‘please’ and ‘thank you.’” Look at the false self! Look at how perfect it is. Look how perfectly it imitates us, who are also conditioned.
And then you’re ready for what? For school. Yes. Then you’re ready for school. You’re ready for real obedience. Obedience to the dictates of what? What will you learn in school? Who will you become useful to, whose skills will you learn? The skills of your future… Bosses, yes, your future bosses, your future masters, who will give you much more difficult commands. Just like our pets, who first have to learn the most basic obedience. To piss where they’re told, to eat where they’re told, using the basic methods, physical violence, fear of withdrawal of love, and rewards. Good dog, bad dog. Good dog, bad dog. Here’s a cookie. You can have a cookie because you’ve been a good dog. You piss in the toilet, now you’re ready. You walk when we tell you to walk, you sit when we tell you to sit, you don’t fidget, you don’t talk back, you don’t interrupt. You’re ready for school. You’re ready to be indoctrinated, to learn the skills of the technological state. You’re ready to become a citizen now. Yes, a citizen.
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