Life’s a Stanley Milgram Experiment. (part1)

Stanley Milgram

Shock Generator.

Life is not meaningless and amoral.
It is in fact a ‘Stanley Milgram’ Experiment.
A test of your Moral character and conviction.
The decisions you make throughout your life are all being observed and recorded.
One day you will be asked to give account.
When confronted with your sheepish (yet vicious) conformity to the Ungodly system of Leviathan will you reply “I was only following orders!” ???
Will you expect such an excuse to save you from the Judgement of Almighty God?

Nuremberg defense

The Stanley Milgram Experiment was created to explain some of the concentration camp-horrors of the World War 2, where Jews, Gypsies, homosexuals, Slavs and other enemies of the state were slaughtered by Nazis.
Read this description of the experiment

How Evil are you?
To what degree will you subordinate your own values to those in power and authority?
Do you have a code of ethics powerful enough to overcome submission to tyranical powers… powerful enough to stop you from tyranizing over the weak?
Or will you obey evil commands?
And where are your charitible deeds?
Where is your compassion? Where is your humility?
Do you practice forgiveness, or do you store up wrath and guile?

“For with what judgment ye judge, ye shall be judged: and with what measure ye mete, it shall be measured to you again.” (Mat 7vs2)

These are questions that shine a light into the dark places of the soul, and highlight the essential part a persons faith in the moral nature of Reality plays in determining how we live and behaive when faced with morally weighty circumstances… exposing our ultimate values and ideals (Or lack thereof).

“And I saw a great white throne, and him that sat on it, from whose face the earth and the heaven fled away; and there was found no place for them.
And I saw the dead, small and great, stand before God; and the books were opened: and another book was opened, which is the book of life: and the dead were judged out of those things which were written in the books, according to their works.” (Rev20vs11,12)

Here we sit.

The reality is we all fail the Great Moral test of life.
To understand this moral truth is an enlightenment.
We all sin and come short of the glory of God.
Yet God commenteth his love toward us in that while we were yet sinner, Christ died for us.
Whosoever shall call upon the name of the Lord shall be saved.
Tim Wikiriwhi

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17 thoughts on “Life’s a Stanley Milgram Experiment. (part1)”

  1. For me Stanley Milgram – the great scientist. His experiment helped me understand why
    democratic Power must prohibit propaganda of Fascism – in spite of Freedom of expression.

  2. Ellan, It was a great experiment.
    It proves what sheep most people are.
    Unfortunately Democracy is no Defense… remember Hitler was elected!
    The best defense is an enlightened and Armed Population, whom vigilantly ensures the government obeys a constitution with strictly limits State power, separates the state from religion, separates the state from education, and guarantees Individual rights and liberties.
    This is a society which maximises self reliance, self responciblity, and personal ethics.
    The experiment proved that it was a weakness in standing strong upon their personal convictions which meant they buckled under Authority. And this is true of world history. Mankind suffers tyranny and subjection because they do not have the moral backbone to resist.

  3. But when people are asked to obey authority and do obey completely, this is usually under force or intimidation. These subjects have free will to stop even though they are being asked to continue, if someone was told ‘do it, or else…’ then they are highly more likely to obey.

  4. Dear Sir:

    I have written a book titled Allah, Jesus, and Yahweh: The Gods That Failed. I would like to obtain permission from you to include one photograph from your Website. My literary agent is presently farming my book to different publishers in Canada and the USA.

    It is understood, of course, that I will acknowledge your kindness in granting permission, and that full credit will be given either as a footnote or as a reference within the text or in the formal acknowledgements, whichever you prefer.

    The following is the photograph I wish to use:

    Stanley Milgram Posted on Tuesday 5 June 2012 by Tim

    Thank you for your help and consideration. I will be grateful for an early response. You may send your reply by email to . Please use the word “per-mission” in the subject line when responding.

  5. I give permission for you to use it Gordon.
    I must confess to personally thinking this piece I wrote ought to have been given more substance.
    It was written in haste.
    I would hope that you will keep it in the context that it is written, or qualify it as meaning that ultimately we are responsible for our own actions… that even if a priest or Church leader asks you …’In God’s Name’…to do something you think is wrong… you ought to obey your own conscience and refuse… believing God would never expect you to commit an evil which contradicts Christ’s / St Paul’s scriptural moral code (Esp “Love thy neighbour as thyself”).
    Nor is God a cold Clinician… using the helpless as mere tools to see how humane the strong are with the weak at their mercy… yet I think the Experiment shows that Milgrim was not a cold clinician either… he was acutely aware of the moral issues… and ‘feigned the suffering’ of the victim in his experiment rather than actually torture some one for the sake of ‘authenticity’.
    Thus I could have called this blog post …”Life is ‘Kinda like’ a Stanley Milgrim experiment “.
    The Title of your publication is interesting.
    ‘The God that Failed’… is of course a famous jab at the Atheist God of Communism.
    May I as what is the theme of your Book?
    I will e-mal you my permission.
    Please cite this Blog and my name as the Author.
    Regard’s Tim Wikiriwhi.

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