1) Convince them that they need to be saved, as if some form of peril awaits.
2) Repeat step one, using useless and inaccurate language.
3) Give magical explanations for naturaly occuring events.
4) Convince them that human behavior was part of a design.
5) Have them believe it in such a way, that logical imformation seems insane.
6) Use idols and props to keep the attention of the crowd.
7) Perform "mirracles" With the help of an "audience" member.
8) Repeat steps one through seven.
Just follow these steps and your followers will be brain washed.
Satisfaction guaranteed or no money back.
Another good method is to rant angrily and sarcastically in an attempt to appeal to the natural rebellious anti-establishment mentality of (generally) young people who think that doing the exact opposite of what their parents did counts as thinking independently.
I think keeping them tied up in front of a TV playing nothing but "Leave It To Beaver" reruns for fourteen days helps.....but what really works is daily waterboarding.
You said, "but what really works is daily waterboarding." LOL!
Per Wikipedia: "Waterboarding is a form of torture in which water is poured over the face of an immobilized captive, thus causing the individual to experience the sensation of drowning. Waterboarding can cause extreme pain, dry drowning, damage to lungs, brain damage from oxygen deprivation, other physical injuries including broken bones due to struggling against restraints, lasting psychological damage and death."
Holy flying fecal fling outs!
All of that is required, just to teach people to act less like wild, untamed animals, oops, I mean heathens?
by Rafini7 years ago
I dont mean a traumatic brain injury that causes one to lose their senses, what I am asking is...when experiences are shared (such as being in school, not home-schooled) how does a person grow up to be naive?
by Emile R4 years ago
I was just reading through some of the more emotional and fanatical posts on the religious threads and I'm beginning to wonder how many of the more extreme posts aren't simply theatrics. Reality TV style.Am I the only...
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