"Orwell hit the nail on the head when he stated that language is the key to mind control. If you remove certain words or alter their meaning beyond recognition, the process of definition and questioning comes to a halt. When you can't describe your problem, you become less aware of it, less able to fight it. Eventually, the false meaning drowns its good twin, and you'll lost the battle of ideas. Meaning is power. Control the meaning of words, and you can isolate rogue elements until people abandon them; not because they oppose the concept but because they can no longer comprehend it." Dr. Paul Chomsky /QC, Ret. Malady of the Masses (2021)
"What the hell are you doing with all that underwear1 on your head, kid? Didn't your momma tell you not to set fires on other people's property?" - senior officer A. Batulli, Portland Riot Response, about to fall into the generation gap
"It ain't underwear, you fuckin' gerrie2! Don't you know what this means, you spongy pensioner3?!?!" - John Lee-Prang, naive second-boomer4 student, about to be 'subdued while resisting arrest'5
People who resist authority through logic, law and peaceful resistance are
called dissidents. People who attack authority through bombs and
massacres are called terrorists. Outlaws who bring information to the
public, sabotage government propaganda, destroy the levers of control
and disturb the functioning of lawful society are called Saboteurs.
Saboteurs wage a daily guerrilla war with disinformation, corrosion programs,
spray-paint, class-action lawsuits, convoluted legal challenges, genetic
attack templates, booby-trapped military research contracts, and
- occasionally - bullets and explosives. Rarely organized, often arrested,
and mostly misunderstood even by the people they're supposed to be liberating,
saboteurs lead lives of frenetic obsession. Cryptnet is supposedly a
cool-headed offshoot of the original Sabotage Declaration, while XSABOTage
is the latest radical-youth movement to have embraced viral image ideas
[see VIIDs] as a means of coercive de-programming.
Deprogramming is itself the core of sabotage activities, being in essence
the liberation of one's mind from the imposed messages and prejudices of
others. Often this involves the rejection of society and moral values of
all kinds. Rather dangerous and perhaps the reason it so often fails to
impress the masses, or even fringers.
The world is saturated by a vast number of organizations and societies with saboteur agendas, but North America and East Asia appear to be nova-hotbeds of activity. The vise-like grip of the Federal Bureau of Security makes 'sub-legal' operations very dangerous, but saboteur sentiment remains high, and the nominally-autonomous status of the Heartland States provides a perfect staging area for attacks on the east and west coasts.