Anything your senses come into contact with makes an impression, especially what we hear and see. "Schizophonia" describes a state where what you hear and what you see are unrelated. Is that happening to America?
There is a lot of psychological mumbo jumbo out there, much propagated by Jews such as Feminism, that influence people's conception of themselves. Sites such as http://www.redicecreations.com/article.php?id=12861 puts out information such as, "men typically adopt a reductive listening position, listening for something, often a point or solution. Women, by contrast, typically adopt an expansive listening position, enjoying the journey, going with the flow. When unconscious, this mismatch causes a lot of arguments."
Certainly males and females are different. One bears children and the other defends the cave. I know many women, including myself, that "adopt a reductive listening position..." looking for a solution when a person has a complaint. Yes, this had made me a bit unpopular with women but the fact is, woman CAN be logical like men and still be women. It just isn't encouraged in females during their training. That would be too powerful and threatening.
Women thinking logically would destroy feminism. It would make women great, faithful partners for men and make our nation strong again. But again, we are what we see and hear and forty years of Jewish-run propaganda has told women they need to take that job from the man because 'you are equal.' They never encouraged women to be strong. They encouraged them to be weak followers of the propaganda.
Socrates said, "Rhythm and harmony find their way into the inward places of the soul, on which they mightily fasten, imparting grace, and making the soul of him who is rightly educated graceful, or of him who is ill-educated ungraceful." Socrates was speaking of men, not women.
As the above sites states, "Compressed music makes you tired. However clever the technology and the psychoacoustic algorithms applied, there are many issues with data compression of music, as discussed in this excellent article by Robert Harley back in 1991. My assertion that listening to highly compressed music makes people tired and irritable is based on personal and anecdotal experience - again it's one that I hope will be tested by researchers." That is what rap music has done to millions of American children.
And headphone abuse is creating deaf kids let alone hard, thumping rap music. And then there are the WORDS in the rap music that encourage children to be mean. Television shows for young girls depict petty, nasty behavior towards each other. They plan attacks on other girls. They kiss each other on the lips. Listen to 'I kissed a girl and I liked it' by Katy Perry. Here are some of the lyrics:
"I kissed a girl and I liked it
The taste of her cherry chap stick
I kissed a girl jus to try it
I hope my boyfriend don't mind it
It felt so wrong
It felt so right
Don't mean I'm in love tonight
I kissed a girl and I liked it"
Girls HEAR that. Girls see them kissing each other on cable television. Girls SAW Madonna kiss Brittany Spears on TV. K.D. Lang kissed Ellen De Generes on the lips on television in March of 1997. There are sites out there such as http://www.afterellen.com/node/35819 featuring "bi female and lesbian singers." Girls think that is okay if you don't tell them its not.
So, how do we fix that? Pretty simple.....tell your children rap music is creepy but if they want to be creepy, that's ok. Take your children to the museum, the opera, stage plays. Encourage your child to be strong and take care of themselves. Spend TIME with your kids. Listen to them. When kids are confident, they are much less likely to listen to musical garbage or take drugs.
Help kids with their homework or get them a tutor. Do NOT drug them. Our children are messed up because of busing and the Liberal agenda now in schools. Teachers are overwhelmed with meetings and training indoctrinating them into this 'new' way of thinking and they are angry about that. Support your teachers. Go to their Union meetings.
Just plain think. That's how you fix America.