I have long been intrigued by the power of the term “conspiracy theory,” but not because it contains any useful information. It does not. It is a blunt weapon used to beat people into quiet submission even as they hold views of the world around them at variance with their peers and colleagues. It is a powerful thought control device. Its true content is this:
Are psyops and endless inflammation of differences being used to distract from the employment elephant in the room?
Here are an interesting two posts on the worst forum ever to read.
Fill your trolley full of shopping, then walk out the shop. The machinery as you walk out will scan your ID and credit card and you’ll pay automatically. No remembering PIN numbers or queueing at the checkout. We already have self-checkout where we do that job ourselves.
No pickers and packers in warehouse distribution online shops. All automated. Just have a techy on hand to sort out any problems.
No break times. No getting to work late due to traffic congestion or too much beer the night before. No toilet breaks. No wages. No holidays. No illness albeit the occasional breakdown or service. No wage rises. No union walk outs. No workplace bullying or sexual harassment. No workplace injury or death compensation pay-outs.
Much higher production rates. No human error.
AI isn’t going to be needed….just automation, with very little pre-programmed control.
What will we all do then? Will we all live on welfare payments and just sit in the sun all day twiddling our thumbs.
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NASA’s biggest role is to gatekeep the wrong belief about the earth, space, and the stars, and to imprint this wrong theory in every child ever born.
I don’t know if Simon’s Tychos model is correct, but at least he has an alternative to the visual evidence we can all observe.
An interesting post on Hubble and Rhodes. I like the part about “recovering the United States.” Was it ever really lost?
“In the 21st century it is high time that independent thinkers break all ties to academia and begin forming our own parallel system of scientific development and achievement.”
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I’m going to have a stab at this one.
Smart people are enmeshed more than the average man with wild expectations foisted upon them from the cradle. To what financial or social benefit would be calling out lies and deceit serve? Adults already know in their deep subconscious that they are ruled by forces they cannot name or even point to. What parent would encourage their child to pursue truth over financial security, independence and acceptance?
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This is a story about how when you remove fear from any group or religion you lose control.
It’s clear that people want to live in fear, or are at least so used to it that they cannot accept any alternative, no matter how much more beneficial it may be. Our controllers know this, and play to it in their stagecraft every day. They rule by fear. This is why we call these events psyops. They play to the most powerful motivator in your mind.
This is instructional for fakeologists, because we are the equivalent of media heretics. Heretics have a very grim history.
We don’t believe in the “hell” that is laid out for us by the controllers, and for that, we are rebuked.
In the end, we will prevail. Just like in this audio. Just like in this movie.
The story of Reverend Carlton Pearson, a rising star in the evangelical movement, who cast aside the idea of hell, and with it everything he’d worked for over his entire life.
- Duration: 59:05, Played: 58:59
Published: 2018-04-22 6:00:00 PM
Episode Download Link (27 MB): www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.m…
Show Notes: feed.thisamericanlife.org/~r/t…
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Canadians, you have a choice:
Believe that there are radical young (MUSLIMS) out there willing to kill random strangers
that the people that rule over you are lying in a much bigger way than you could have ever imagined or are willing to accept.
There are no other choices in this matter.
I do not wonder why option number 2 is so difficult for people to choose. The consequences are far more disturbing than accepting the less complicated option 1.No tags for this post.
Fakeologists take note.
It’s difficult to be a dissenter. We often feel the need to go along with what others in our group think, and neuroscience shows that this desire for conformity isn’t just the result of peer pressure. It is wired into our brains.
Any leader that hints at sharing the wealth and helping the people will be targeted.
In Toronto, we had Jack Layton and Rob Ford actors that were similarly removed from the public scene.
These are my favorite type of posts. Good job Mark!
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I think this is a widely-used model, not only in remote places like Chile, but in the United States as well. We saw John F. Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King and John Lennon all idealized, lionized, and then, like Allende, assassinated. All of these assassinations were fake, we now know. That is not the point – each man was but a scoundrel used to raise up our hopes for meaningful change and then to crush that hope.
That, to me, is the meaning of 9/11/73 – crushing hope. It is a common treatment used everywhere to control us, keep us in chains.
A common theme in all hoax/psyops is you never get enough information to form a resolution: both the official and alternative stories are always incomplete. This forces your brain to fill in the blanks, which helps you convince yourself that you’re right.
In essence, gaslighting, where they place conspiracy in the culture and then deny its there when you point it out, calling you crazy.
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