denial

Denial is a set of mental defense mechanisms that serves to quell our alarm response to real and imagined dangers. Without denial, we, as slaves, would have been incapacitated by terror of the many threats to our human dignity that we have endured from the proxies of the slave masters. As we became stronger self-owners, we welcomed our expanded awareness of reality; even a decrease in “metanoia” does not scare us.

To come out of denial about the matrix of control, we suggest studying independent media and working the steps of Slaves Anonymous.

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