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The epidemic of Trauma in the United States

Postby Eric » August 4th, 2017, 11:31 pm

I've noticed there seems to be a lot of trauma in the United States - Literally everybody, everyone is traumatized to some degree. This is a thing going on that's not talked about ever. Does anyone else look around and notice that everyone in the U.S. seems to be traumatized. I mean seriously traumatized - trauma makes this country run itself. I look around and see traumatized people, families, traumatized angry drivers, traumatized kids in school. We know that trauma effects people drastically - and it is lasting and dramatic and sustained; the trauma that is inflicted by bosses and employers at work is then inflicted in families from traumatized parents to kids, messing them up with engrams for their life. Traumatized people traumatize others. It's a vicious cycle and one reason the US of A is so hard to live in. Trauma stays in an organism for its sustained life until that person dies, unless they face and process it, that's why it's so, so damaging - especially during developmental years. I just feel and see that this country feels like literally a living hell to someone who's living here if they are normal or sane. Traumatized individuals are everywhere - you can feel the vibes in the air and that's why nobodies good or fun to talk to anymore, or people don't have fun talking to each other. You hear it on the airwaves, turn on the news and hear fast talking heads spinning away, radio same thing; everyone's traumatized and that's why listening to the radio isn't relaxing and everything in the USA stresses you out. That's also why it's so effective to be used as mind control. Trauma is organizing. That's why the elite Illuminati gov uses trauma as a form of mind control in the populations via media, PC culture warfare and constant use of humiliation and ridiculing - this causes a trauma, an engram; that engram can be sustained on entire populations and especially through schools when it's done to kids while they are still developing.
Seriously f***ed up stuff. I have no doubt it's happening though.
I have no doubt that trauma is being used by the NWO elite to mind control people. This is very evil and it's got to stop. That's why mental health rates are rising in the US and around the world. I'm convinced the main culprit is indeed trauma. Elite satanists have known that traumatizing a small child will fracture their mind into slivers that they can then be programmed again and again. People repeat trauma and tend to repeat it, that's why programming someone through trauma is so effective; you literally control them. That's another reason promiscuity is so big now. It's also why people are so violent towards each other, afraid/hostile etc. People are repeating programming they've had over and over again. It's not that they like or want to be spiritually empty and go from one to another etc. It's that they are in a shock pattern that has affected them so much they can't stop having it. They told the minorities and blacks that whites hate them and they are evil, that's why many blacks having known no whites are instantly hostile to white men in particular. I couldn't understand this growing up but now it makes sense.
The only way to process trauma is to feel it on the animal level. You can't think it away, run from or dodge it. It's impacted on a core level of our being which is in the primitive brain and stored for safety so you don't die.
If you remove one existing engram at the core, then what happens is that all after that are erased like a hard disk also. So, basically anything you've racked up attached to that existing engram is gone. It vanishes. You deal with trauma by 'touching' it and experiencing it like a thawing while experiencing it, then it recedes and comes back a little bit. Then you do it again without defenses and that's how it's erased.
Since trauma is cumulative and adds on itself, If you've had trauma while young it will affect you and greatly had drastic consequences on your well being and life patterns. This is why it's so important to start now and heal the trauma in your life.
What do you guys think about this?
David Icke also talks about how angry evil energies are created to control the people and feed off of them. I believe this is what he's saying.



The USA is practically a living hell. I have experienced it, and it's even at home in the family. Unfortunately, we have to work on ourselves. If you've ever had any major traumatic impact on your life. It's real important to start looking at that issue and start working on yourself. Your life and all of your relationships will improve. You'll become a healed, whole person that you were meant.
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Re: The epidemic of Trauma in the United States

Postby Eric » August 22nd, 2017, 11:26 pm

I'm surprised no one had commented yet on this thread. It may be intense, but I assure you it affects us and people you know, love and care about. I for one have admitted that I suffered from trauma, a sort -of traumatic experience when young that brought on what was full ptsd, and I've dealt with fear, recurring messages and thoughts, intrusive recurring, crippling thoughts, I've had even dissociations, fragmented states of self and mind etc. I've been through and still go through it all - the more you fight it, the worse it gets. The trick is to face it; conquer it. Like a man and to stand upright. You could just lay down and let it roll over you.... couldn't really blame anyone for doing that, as it's a safe route to take, you'd probably lie low and find it through life okay somehow, better to take the low road.
But it's better to stand upright.

I can guarantee you - it, this problem is a bigger issue than this forum hides away from it or refuses to address. Trauma, fear, pain and endless doubt live and thrive in the shadows. We have to bring them out to the light, or better yet, venture down into the Underworld to slay them there.

The analogy can be drawn through the myth of Osiris. Set - which symbolizes chaos, disorganization, malevolence, evil slew his brother Osiris and dismembered him. Isis brought them back together again and she re-"membered" him. Gave birth to Horus who went down to the underworld to battle and face Set and slew him, this story has more deeper significance than meets the eye. It is a guide, I believe, to what we have to do.



I'm still thinking about whether the high road or the low road is actually better. Sometimes I feel like the low road, somehow, what do you guys think about this?
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Re: The epidemic of Trauma in the United States

Postby xhatox » August 25th, 2017, 11:20 am

It's rare to meet an American man whom hasn't been physically assaulted/robbed or an American woman whom wasn't raped or physically assaulted. When I've told other American women how much safer it is in Asia as a female, I've been told that rape cases just aren't reported in those countries and American women report what happens so statistics are misleading. Of course the women telling me this have never lived outside the country, and seem to think everywhere else is like South Africa and thus the U.S. is sooo safe. I have met multiple women who are physically disabled for life by random attacks by lowlife scum who reside in this county. I live in a wealthy area and rarely socialize outside of necessity anymore, and still encounter stuff like this far too often. The media focuses on false rape allegations, but most people I know were randomly attacked (including myself by a stranger in broad daylight outside a store...). Likewise the media loves stories about racist white men. My black male neighbor was attacked by a group of strangers while walking down the street because he didn't look "black enough" He was from Africa and never reported to the police. I reported what happened to me, but don't know anyone else who did unless they needed medical help afterward. In my case, since it was daylight, the person was a stranger, I don't drink or use drugs, and it was near a normal location (grocery store parking lot ), the cop who I spoke with blamed me for wearing a knee length skirt instead of pants...American media likes to pretend that our country is more progressive than it is...

I never met anyone who was attacked (male or female) in the other countries I lived. Donald Trump becoming president is one of the best things to happen in this country since I was born here, simply because he isn't PC and acknowledges what a shithole our country has become. In places like Japan you have 70-80 year olds who are less jaded and have less trauma than underaged children in the U.S. They still retained some sense of innocence that is taken from Americans when they are still young. I personally blame foster care, lack of psychiatric institutions, degradation of morals and family values due to Hollywood/feminism and of course, the crime from class/income inequality, illegal immigrants bringing in gangs and dangerous drugs, and the lack of a cohesive culture that results from the prior issues. I see no hope for this country. Even my family and counselor told me I should just leave as the country is falling apart...
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Re: The epidemic of Trauma in the United States

Postby Contrarian Expatriate » August 25th, 2017, 5:47 pm

I would call it an epidemic of negativity and toxicity.

I had to get rid of the TV and unplug from the USA and Americans in general. I am virtually purged of the negative feelings I had before I departed the US of Gay.

Unplug and plan your departure my good men. If America explodes into violence and civil unrest, I would likely read about it on a Twitter feed then go about my business of the day.
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Re: The epidemic of Trauma in the United States

Postby gsjackson » August 25th, 2017, 7:13 pm

Contrarian Expatriate wrote:I would call it an epidemic of negativity and toxicity.

I had to get rid of the TV and unplug from the USA and Americans in general. I am virtually purged of the negative feelings I had before I departed the US of Gay.

Unplug and plan your departure my good men. If America explodes into violence and civil unrest, I would likely read about it on a Twitter feed then go about my business of the day.


An inspiring post. For me it's not trauma per se, as just the constant passive bombardment of negativity and toxicity. The ongoing war against truth. Seeing and hearing America is a daily downer.

I've gone overseas eight of the last nine years. The ninth time, Oct. 3, is for good. Any inconveniences will be dealt with, and any employment necessary to supplement passive income will be undertaken. Maybe come back occasionally for visits or to escape a month or two of winter. This place is just evil. Americans, we're living on the death star.
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Re: The epidemic of Trauma in the United States

Postby E Irizarry R&B Singer » August 27th, 2017, 3:55 am

xhatox wrote:It's rare to meet an American man whom hasn't been physically assaulted/robbed or an American woman whom wasn't raped or physically assaulted. When I've told other American women how much safer it is in Asia as a female, I've been told that rape cases just aren't reported in those countries and American women report what happens so statistics are misleading...

Stop the press & the cotton gin now. Correction: there is less rape in those countries because women want to have sex in those countries with guys whom accost them to get it (and typically get it whilst in a relationship with those women!)
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Re: The epidemic of Trauma in the United States

Postby Eric » September 4th, 2017, 7:30 pm

gsjackson wrote:
Contrarian Expatriate wrote:I would call it an epidemic of negativity and toxicity.

I had to get rid of the TV and unplug from the USA and Americans in general. I am virtually purged of the negative feelings I had before I departed the US of Gay.

Unplug and plan your departure my good men. If America explodes into violence and civil unrest, I would likely read about it on a Twitter feed then go about my business of the day.


An inspiring post. For me it's not trauma per se, as just the constant passive bombardment of negativity and toxicity. The ongoing war against truth. Seeing and hearing America is a daily downer.

I've gone overseas eight of the last nine years. The ninth time, Oct. 3, is for good. Any inconveniences will be dealt with, and any employment necessary to supplement passive income will be undertaken. Maybe come back occasionally for visits or to escape a month or two of winter. This place is just evil. Americans, we're living on the death star.


That is trauma. Make no mistake, that's trauma just as well. This country is full of trauma as others have pointed out and, it is a shithole waiting to collapse. There is no hope or continuity or even health here anymore. There are laundry buckets of lists of things wrong with this country that go way back, it's not a modern thing solely or even entirely. The Bolsheviks are here and they've been working behind the scenes to make us the next communist overthrown shithole.
There is no future here, the future is most likely martial law. Trauma is and has been inflicted and used on this country to degrade it, make it violent as you can see. We all as Americans suffer from it.
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Re: The epidemic of Trauma in the United States

Postby Eric » September 4th, 2017, 7:30 pm

gsjackson wrote:
Contrarian Expatriate wrote:I would call it an epidemic of negativity and toxicity.

I had to get rid of the TV and unplug from the USA and Americans in general. I am virtually purged of the negative feelings I had before I departed the US of Gay.

Unplug and plan your departure my good men. If America explodes into violence and civil unrest, I would likely read about it on a Twitter feed then go about my business of the day.


An inspiring post. For me it's not trauma per se, as just the constant passive bombardment of negativity and toxicity. The ongoing war against truth. Seeing and hearing America is a daily downer.

I've gone overseas eight of the last nine years. The ninth time, Oct. 3, is for good. Any inconveniences will be dealt with, and any employment necessary to supplement passive income will be undertaken. Maybe come back occasionally for visits or to escape a month or two of winter. This place is just evil. Americans, we're living on the death star.


That is trauma. Make no mistake, that's trauma just as well. This country is full of trauma as others have pointed out and, it is a shithole waiting to collapse. There is no hope or continuity or even health here anymore. There are laundry buckets of lists of things wrong with this country that go way back, it's not a modern thing solely or even entirely. The Bolsheviks are here and they've been working behind the scenes to make us the next communist overthrown shithole.
There is no future here, the future is most likely martial law. Trauma is and has been inflicted and used on this country to degrade it, make it violent as you can see. We all as Americans suffer from it.
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Re: The epidemic of Trauma in the United States

Postby Eric » September 4th, 2017, 7:32 pm

E Irizarry R&B Singer wrote:
xhatox wrote:It's rare to meet an American man whom hasn't been physically assaulted/robbed or an American woman whom wasn't raped or physically assaulted. When I've told other American women how much safer it is in Asia as a female, I've been told that rape cases just aren't reported in those countries and American women report what happens so statistics are misleading...

Stop the press & the cotton gin now. Correction: there is less rape in those countries because women want to have sex in those countries with guys whom accost them to get it (and typically get it whilst in a relationship with those women!)


That doesn't even make sense. Why/how would a woman want to have sex with a man who's accosted her? You've been obviously dealing with some gutter and very traumatized females apparently.
That's not an insult.
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Re: The epidemic of Trauma in the United States

Postby Eric » September 4th, 2017, 7:36 pm

Not only all that. It's harder to heal once you've had trauma here. Because everyone's so separate and the societies such shit, you'll most likely stay that way forever or for your life, unless you do something about that personally. In other countries, where trauma happens frequently, people have a strong sense of buffer with the social interactions which are frequently occurring, and help you be resilient.
America is basically like a walking, diseased, stick-man. It really is. This country is so sick it's about to collapse. We're already past there. We are limping along in a dysfunctional damaged state, people still aren't willing to admit something has to change, that there is something 'wrong' with this country, on almost any level; they cling doggedly to "American Ideals and exceptionalism" which have all but lost their meaning by this point.
It's only a matter of time now.
In other countries that are healthier and vibrant, and more family oriented, and where women haven't been inculcated with feminism, you see smiles, brightness and welcoming. In the U.S. you see haunted, traumatized faces of women everywhere...trying to be "independent", who've been picked at by hundreds of men and are easy victims for abuse, being taken advantage of and exploitation; anywhere you go that's all you see. It is the most hauntingly depressing phenomenon ever. For a man, this is almost worse than death itself. No wonder no warm interactions happen anymore and that men are completely just turned off by the women. It is impossible for us to initiate anything with such women in a state as that - and certainly it feels just as terrible and depressingly unenticing for us. That's the perfect word for that, unenticing. These women are literally - the worst women in the world to be around, who wants them? Except to bang... that's all they market themselves for. They "stupidly" do it to themselves...by listening to feminism, which tells them to put themselves out there and be independent (what's really vulnerable, scared, intimidated, weak....prey). We've been reduced to a predatory state...where the men prey upon damaged females, and the women "stupidly" keep thinking they can be independent & deluding themselves into thinking they are exercising "freedom" by banging as many guys as they want, or being taken by them...
I can't believe it is this bad, that I'm alive in such a time and state. I have to remind myself that I'm alive, and human. I surely don't feel like it and I'm sure I've not even got close to experiencing the truly beautiful and wonderful state life is supposed to offer us.
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Re: The epidemic of Trauma in the United States

Postby Eric » September 4th, 2017, 7:52 pm

It is so hard to pair with a woman here, because of this. It's become so bad... men are forced into being predators, just to bang these females so that they can get something.

This is a bad and a truly depressing situation. Like I said in my OP, I've long suspected that micro-traumas are inflicted on the American people for a long time now, there are so many but many have to do with race, politics..constantly hearing about war and terrorists, identity politics, and probably the single worst of ALL time, feminism and fracturing men and women apart like that.

I haven't dated in years, and I used to think it was me. But I figured out it's not me, it is this place and all the factors that make normal coming together and mingling of male and female impossible or fraught with so much bullshit - everyone's become so traumatized they just know what to "expect" and don't bother.
It happens with different races too, just look at how much we judge one another from past experiences. That's trauma and the imprint of trauma.
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Re: The epidemic of Trauma in the United States

Postby Lgover » September 5th, 2017, 9:06 am

Great topic. Pitfall of extreme capitalism. People have forgotten how to communicate normally. You get meaningful contact with folks 65+, because they do not give a f**k about life in retirement. Their guard is down.
For the rest , they are in some competitive, fear driven,race driven, testosterone driven ego fest
So much for land of the free.

Surprisingly largest porn industry is in USA . Alcohol and Porn generating money are widely and legally prescribed.
This is too much trauma of various kinds.
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