Table 6


I’m sure it’s the case with most of us free-thinkers – to a degree we somehow knew that society was warped. In our hearts we wanted to rebel, but didn’t quite know how or dared to. Yet internally we managed to maintain some levels of resistance to the norms, which inevitably projected externally as being awkward, or quirky. Somehow acting slightly different to how the other children did.


With me it just manifested as being scruffy and a bit of a thicko. Yes always scruffy and always a bit on the slow side. My school reports almost always read along the lines of Slow to receive information (their indoctrination), lack of confidence, lack of concentration and easily distracted. Not a lot’s changed there.


The class structure at my school had a system where each class had sets of tables grouping children in their rating of intelligence. Can you believe that!? Table one for the smart nippers and table 6 for the dunces. You guessed – Digger was lumbered on table 6 – and for years.


What kind of impact does that have on a child? What impact has that had on me as an adult?


However at the time I remember there were some benefits for being an idiot. For starters the Irish penguins (nuns) never expected much from us – after all we were too much hard work, too time consuming. We just would not conform.


We hardly had any homework. We could sneak in sweets as the attention really wasn’t on us. We could chuckle and giggle away without being reprimanded. I was quite contented on my beloved table 6, with all my dribbling friends. Especially sitting next to pretty Tanya with her long black hair. I often wonder if Tanya and my table 6 buddies turned out to be fellow truth-seekers.


I also wonder what happened to the table 1 group. Probably all turned out to be good little repeaters in the system. All degree’d-up accountants, doctors, high-ranking coppers, council officials. All with good steady incomes to afford comfortable lives with nicely decorated houses in the suburbs.


That’s really how things work. Those who flow with ‘the system’ are successful. Those who work against the system get crushed or penalized in one way or another – eventually. I do hear of those who are apparently ‘off the grid’, but are they able to maintain it? How long can one really survive in this world living outside the matrix?


OK lets say somehow some of you manage to get some land, or hide out in the wilderness. How long is it before some busy body jobs-worth comes along from the local council or the men in black impose restrictions on your new alternative lifestyle? Further taxes, health n safety regulations, licenses, local bye-laws, new government legislation, even fines. How free can one ever be in this judaic system?


I suppose where I’m going with all this is just highlighting the very obvious point that the way society dishes out it’s pavlovian rewards is usually based on a scale of subservience to this inverted artificial reality (AIR). The more corrupt one is, the more conditioned one is, the more obedient – then the more goodies one receives in forms of material wealth. Perfection in slavery.


In fact it is such a perfect system for the elite that it is even self-perpetuating, the slaves even encourage the other slaves to toe the line. It also works as a drug. People actually become addicted and intoxicated in this reward system.


What’s even more astounding and distasteful is that those who crawl their way up to the top through any means possible (it matters not who they’ve trod on to get to the top) are respected and lorded. Superstars, barristers, chief of police, cut throat entrepreneurs, pornographers, vivisectioners, media moguls – the list is endless.


However I do think the cracks are beginning to now show. Some of us so-called idiots have seen through this illusion. We have finally worked out the rules of this cruel game. In fact many of us have. It seems almost impossible that at this stage not more of us have sussed it. Perhaps they have, I mean deep down, but it’s just that good ol cognitive dissonance has kicked in to protect them from ever coming out of their comfort zones.


More and more people are beginning to see the difference between free-thinking and structured learning, between wisdom and academic intelligence, between common sense and health n safety regulations, between lawful and legal, between plain ol ethics and legislation, between real wealth and money, between straight forward good and bad, between right and wrong.


That if you add two to two it somehow adds up to 4 and not 5. We’re finally getting it – we’re finally seeing through the matrix.


But we just gotta make sure we never ever let those table 6 idiots start running things – or we’ll be stuffed!

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  1. Whitewraithe

     /  June 16, 2012

    Another great article, Digger!


    Here in the states we didn’t have tables not that I know of. I grew up in the southeast U.S. so I’m not aware of other state educational standards, however, we had advanced classes and classes for the slow learners. Actually, I don’t remember how they labeled these individuals. Then the retarded children were in “special classes.” I don’t know why it was special though.

    I was considered average, period, although I was a slow learner in mathematics so I was always a half year behind the other children. And I, too, received those little notes on the back of my report card; easily distracted, doesn’t put forth extra effort, blah…blah….blah…. That was because most of my teachers sucked to be honest. The only time I was ever a straight A student was when I had a really good teacher. Under great teachers I actually excelled regardless of the area of study.

    But get this: every job I’ve had as an adult dealt with mathematics. In insurance and finance most of the drone work consists of figures and calculations. LOL!

    I finally concluded that I am a “visual” learner versus someone who can process knowledge and information from a book. I didn’t really like reading then, but I love to read now.

    Contemporary educational processing groups most everyone together with only slight separations. If I had been educated based on my unique learning abilities then I would have been considered above average.

    When I discovered what my I.Q. was I was amazed. It was above average. That doesn’t say very much for America’s deteriorating educational system.

    • WW,

      Thank you. Looks like ‘the system’ across the pond is designed to produce good little repeaters as it is here in Little Britain. As George Carlin put it “Just enough to be a good worker, but not smart enough to work things out” or words to that affect. However the cracks are now showing and enough of us are working it out.

      Thank you again for contributing.


  2. Russ Hook

     /  January 12, 2015

    Hi Digs! What a coinciDENSE! I just discovered this unkempt-looking d00d on Joutube, and I think he is brilliant! I don’t think I would want to live with him though! L0L

    All the best…Nick


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