mass psychosis psychology

people are weird – “here are the important psycho-social experiments that teach us about the way people think, but more than that they actually explain how our modern world works, and just how we got into this mess.” — Kit Knightly via Off-Guardian.org: 5 Psychological Experiments That Explain The Modern World | ZeroHedge

example – “The lighting and staging of Biden’s speech evoked pure dystopia — all I could see was the wicked High Chancellor Adam Sutler from the film V for Vendetta.” — Olivia Murray: #DarkBrandonRises – American Thinker — “Genocide can be accomplished only with the willing collaboration of the masses, so to witness my fellow Americans take the bait hook, line, and sinker…I find that scarier than one would-be murderous maniac.”

here, too – “What the radical Left could not achieve by force with the typical levers of government power, it is now poised to accomplish with nominally public-private enterprise partnerships” — David Hoyt: ESG and Corporate Totalitarianism – American Thinker

and another – “Approximately 50 New York State lawmakers believe they have found a way to reduce firearm trafficking and mass shootings. These legislators penned a letter to Mastercard and American Express, requesting that the credit card companies flag purchases made at gun stores.” — Eric Utter: New York pols ask credit card companies to track firearm purchases – American Thinker

response – “it is apparent that those in charge of the U.S. military are on a mission to destroy what is left of a once unmatched war-fighting capability that was earned by blood and sweat.” — Drew J. Reiner: A heartbroken grad watches the woke descent of the US Naval Academy – American Thinker — “Never would I have believed that after humbly swearing an oath to the U.S. Constitution as a requirement to serve as an officer in the U.S. Navy, one day, I would look upon that same organization with disgust and disheartenment. … It is not clear how an officer can serve under such conditions, such that the very principles which he swears to uphold are being rejected by their leaders, forcing violations of that very oath.”

words as weapons – “As with neoliberalism, “capitalism” is more or less a smear used by those who hate that which they neither understand nor have a hand in creating. Ignorance as a rhetorical strategy works mainly because the masses have become more credulous and ignorant with each passing year. Critics simply have to indicate some socio-economic phenomenon they don’t like and blame the c-word.” — Max Borders via The American Institute for Economic Research: Intervention, The ‘C’ Word, & The ‘F’ Word | ZeroHedge

election misdirection – “There are other reasons why Joe Biden and the Democrats try to demonize Republicans as “racists” and “fascists,” but one of their most important motives is that they want to delegitimize all efforts to make our elections honest and secure.” — John Hinderaker: It Isn’t Hard to Cheat | Power Line

A pact with the people – “The antipode of authoritarianism is not democracy, but rather inviolable individual rights.” — J.B. Shurk: COVID Authoritarianism Paved the Way for Biden’s Socialist Tyranny – American Thinker

dereliction of duty – “ruled that the lawsuit be thrown out because Page had “brought no actionable claim against any individual defendant or against the United States. … the judge noted that Congress has “not provided for damages claims against federal officers for constitutional violations stemming from unlawful electronic surveillance in the national security context,” and thirdly, “Congress has not waived the United States’s sovereign immunity for this kind of claim.” — Katabella Roberts via The Epoch Times: Judge Dismisses Carter Page Lawsuit Against FBI Despite ‘Deeply Troubling’ Surveillance | ZeroHedge

CYA – “Trump’s ‘stash of nuclear secrets’ is this summer’s Kremlin collusion conspiracy. But the latest chapter of Russiagate may end with a bang” — Lee Smith: Why Did the FBI Raid Mar-a-Lago? – Tablet Magazine — “What is preserving the stability of the United States at present is therefore something like a Mexican standoff.”

manipulating the mob – “As has been the case with every previous get-Trump effort, the deep state seeks to convict Trump first in the court of public opinion … While the theory the DOJ paints seems simple enough, it just doesn’t pass a sanity test.” — Margot Cleveland: DOJ’s ‘Classified Documents’ Story Feels Like Get-Trump Déjà Vu

pushing the mob – “the Justice Department is preparing new legal maneuvers to keep its Trump-related contraband outside of the public eye. But what remains in the public eye for now—a picture of scattered files on the floor of Mar-a-Lago—isn’t helping make the regime’s case that this is a serious investigation undertaken by serious people.” —  Julie Kelly: Scattered Pictures of the Files He Left Behind › American Greatness

feeding conspiracists – “The new “detailed” inventory list only further proves that this unprecedented and unnecessary raid of President Trump’s home was not some surgical, confined search and retrieval that the Biden administration claims, it was a SMASH AND GRAB,” Budowich tweeted.” — Jordan Dixon-Hamilton: Over 50 ‘Classified’ Folders Seized by FBI from Mar-a-Lago Were Empty

 

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