DWQA QuestionsCategory: Extraterrestrial Corruption of Human InstitutionsWhile being trained as an intelligence officer, this individual learned he was an ideal candidate because he was special (clearly an appeal to ego), or at least that is what he thought. But, in fact, he learned he was special because he had been algorithmically identified as psychologically damaged and traumatized in particular ways that were useful for intelligence gathering. These are people one would rarely label “well adjusted” by society’s standards. The agency was ruthlessly honest in telling him they intended to leverage that dysfunction, give him a vocabulary for understanding the nuances of human motivation and manipulation, and techniques for achieving goals and agendas with targets. In this undertaking, the overall wellbeing of the target is not a top consideration and moral flexibility was a prized capacity for successful agents. What is Creator’s perspective on the moral flexibility so highly prized by intelligence agencies?
Nicola Staff asked 2 weeks ago
Here, by definition, you are on a slippery slope of dangerous proportions. Anything compromising morality will put one's very soul at some risk, and that is a significant liability that can have quite unpredictable long-term consequences, particularly if this happens over and over again. In a sense, someone employed, seemingly serving a higher calling, such as one's country, would seem to be enjoying special privileges. This is exploited in popular literature with the figure of Secret Agent 007 who had a "Licence to Kill" from Her Majesty's Government. That arrangement is a legal artifice, but not a defense against a reckoning by the Law of Karma that would see an extreme sanction, like a targeted killing, as a grievous moral error calling for a severe consequence in all likelihood, and such a thing cannot simply be excused because one is in the employ of a seemingly higher authority. As soul-based beings, we hold human beings to a higher standard. This is why moral teachings of the young become quite important, because this can get even children thinking about right and wrong and prepare them for a life lived in divine alignment. It is easier to do for the youngster than for a case-hardened adult who has been thrust into compromising situations on a regular basis, which are rationalized in a way to simply accept them as normal and not think about the consequences. So, in a sense, the manipulation versus motivation, utilized as the stock in trade of a secret agent, begins with their recruitment in manipulating them to be a kind of weapon for taking advantage of others on behalf of their agency. It is clearly obvious that individuals with moral flexibility will be more malleable, more likely recruitable for doing things that some would find unsavory or even repugnant because they call for a kind of mistreatment of others. So we would say that someone with a character flaw that allows them to ignore moral principles at times, because of greater convenience and perhaps a personal reward for taking advantage of others at the behest of those they report to, is simply a good match to be a kind of weapon, a force directed at people to take advantage of them in one way or another for someone else's benefit, and this will put them well out of alignment and at risk.