Military grade psychological warfare
1.) Induce fear.
If you can put people into a state of fear you’re returning them to a childlike state. It switches off your critical thinking abilities – basically, fear makes you stupid.
This quote gets attributed to Joseph Stalin, I’m not sure he actually said it but it’s certainly a truism.
“The easiest way to gain control of a population is to carry out acts of terror. The public will clamour for such laws if their personal security is threatened.”
Let’s update that with what’s happened in the last three years.
“The easiest way to gain control of a population is to use the fear of death by a virus. The public will clamour for a vaccine if their personal security is threatened.”
2.) Divide and conquer.
No need to spend much time on this one, we’re all familiar with it. It’s basically getting you to argue amongst yourselves while the big stuff’s going on behind the curve.
“One of the great achievements of the modern media is to get people angry about the small fiddles and not know about the giant ones.”
One of the giant ones is the following. The US national debt in January last year ticked over to 30 trillion. It’d taken 247 years to get there. You might be surprised to hear that 21 trillion on top of that has been stolen. Those figures were brought to life by Catherine Austin Fitts, and a professor at Michigan State University. I’m guessing no one read about that figure in any of mainstream media.
So we saw at the beginning of the lockdowns it was go outside, don’t go outside. Wear a mask, don’t wear a mask. All this on the surface looks like people not knowing what they’re doing. If you look at it through the lens of psychological warfare, inconsistency is a way of destabilising and confusing the opposition. I would argue this is much more the reason it was done, rather than just incompetence.
“Consistency never has been a mark of stupidity. If the diplomats who have mishandled our relations were merely stupid they would occasionally make a mistake in our favour.”
James Forrestal, December 1946
So we’re not dealing with competence, we’re dealing with minions working to a script.
You could probably do a whole talk on this one. I’m just going to cover it in one quote which I think is quite interesting from Eric Hoffer. I think written in the 1950s.
“Propaganda does not deceive people. It merely helps them to deceive themselves.”
5.) Weaponised morality.
Sociopaths always gain control of people with morality because the sociopaths have none and the people who do don’t understand that until it’s too late.
So what we’re looking at here is a predator-prey model. It’s a bit like a mouse trying to impart its value system to a cat. It’s not going to be very successful and it’s a triumph of hope over experience.
We’ve also seen guilt tripping and word shaming. This is more weaponization.
“If you don’t get vaccinated you’re going to kill granny.”
“You’re anti this, you’re anti that, you’re an XYZ denier.”
Once you understand these are all just tactics in the psychological warfare, then they don’t have any effect on you anymore.
This is probably our biggest problem.
Why? Because we’ve seen from the Stanley Milgram experiments in the late 60s that when people are tested most people will do what a figure in authority says regardless of the consequences.
So in this particular example for those not familiar with it there were two people involved. Candidate A would go into a hidden room and candidate B would be asking that person some questions. There was also a gentleman in a white coat stood next to candidate B in case he had anything to say. The idea was every time candidate A got a question wrong then candidate B would have to give him a small electrical current put through it. Electric shock. Now every time he got another question wrong they would ramp up that electric shock, up to a maximum of 450 volts, which is more than enough to kill anyone. Unfortunately, 70% of people, without any coercion. All that was said was the experiment requires you to continue if they queried it.
70% were willing to think that they killed the other person. In fact they didn’t actually get any shocks they were just acting but that person didn’t know that. So obedience is a huge problem particularly when you’re dealing with corrupt systems.
“Civil disobedience is not our problem. Our problem is civil obedience. Our problem is that numbers of people all over the world have obeyed the dictates of leaders of their government and millions have been killed because of this obedience.”
Howard Zinn, 1970
So just a friendly reminder. “Obedience. Doing what you’re told regardless of what is right. Morality. Doing what is right regardless of what you’re told.”
7.) The “BIG” lie.
If someone tells you a lie, sometimes you can spot it. Maybe body language, vocal tonality, that type of thing. If someone tells you a huge lie, it’s more difficult to spot and that sounds counter-intuitive. Why? Because the big lie is more credible by being incredible. i.e. you can’t wrap your mind around something, or the general public can’t wrap their mind around the fact that this level of evil would be carried out, and therefore dismiss it instantly even as a possibility. Two quotes on this:
“Only the small secrets need to be protected. The big ones are kept secret by public incredulity” ~ Marshall McLuhan.
“The individual is handicapped by coming face to face with a conspiracy so monstrous he cannot believe it exists.” ~ J. Edgar Hoover former FBI.
So I just want to give a quote from Dr Lee Merritt for anyone who doesn’t think that they didn’t know what they were doing from the very beginning with the mRNA jabs.
“We never force people to have a medical treatment and having a vaccine of any kind is a medical treatment. That’s why we hung the doctors after World War II in Germany. For violating that principle. We’re not getting informed consent here. These are experimental biologics. I don’t even like to call them vaccines. I’ll tell you what happened in the animal studies. All the animals died. It wasn’t subtle. They didn’t die of the vaccine. They died of antibody dependent enhancement. The stylised immuno response that they built in subsequently allowed the virus to act as a Trojan horse. This mRNA technology is a perfect binary weapon. I give you part one and you subsequently get in contact with part two and you die.”
Dr Lee Merritt
“There is a term for this. It’s first degree premeditated mass murder.”
Dr Zev Zelenko
So the problem isn’t that the government is lying to you. The problem is that too many people still believe them. Or put another way, we can’t fight our enemy on the beaches this time. They already sit in Westminster.
If you think you’re going to vote your way out of this problem, I’m sorry you may be slightly deluded. Why? Because we only really have two main parties. The opposition wanted to lock you down harder and quicker, and also we have Keir Starmer who is the only MP out of 650 MPs who is a member of the Trilateral Commission. You heard Andy Thomas talk about that earlier, and of course he was head of CPS when Jimmy Saville was let off. So you can vote in a different party. You’re going to get the same agenda.
We know something is desperately wrong when you hear this from professors out of Cornell University, states:
“You psychopathic lying sacks of shit…You have maimed or killed an unknown number of gullible victims with your lockdowns, vaccines, remdesivir, (over here Midazolam) and oppression of Ivermectin. You jammed a vaccine that bypassed animal trials into the fetuses of pregnant women, assuring them it was safe. If we spoke up, we got muzzled. If we refused the vaccine, we got fired. You should all hang from your necks until dead. I will piss on your graves.”
(Authored by David B. Collum, Betty R. Miller Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology – Cornell University (Email: email@example.com, Twitter: @DavidBCollum)
David B. Collum
And that’s the problem with Dave. He tends to sit on the fence.