We’re in the biggest psyop in history. Here’s but one piece of the puzzle.
Great chat – especially the part discussion Amazing Polly’s behavioral experiments.
I don’t think many people understand the centrality of behavioural psychologists at the heart of this phoney resetting ‘pandemic’. The UK has not just a Behavioural Insights Team [a private sector operation at the heart of government] find-and-update.company-inform…
with sister operations in New York, Canada, Australia and New Zealand en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Behaviou…
The BIT has been very active right from the start of the plandemic.
eg. June 29
Blog 29th Jun 2020
Life after lockdown: A strong & sustainable economic recovery Covid-19 has disrupted our lives on many levels
is straight out of the Schwab phrasebook, but I guess Schwab’s language actually originates in these mind-benders.
Or right at the beginning, February 24, before Dr Tedros decided the phoney images characterise a pandemic www.bi.team/blogs/covid-19-how… Covid-19: how do we encourage the right behaviours during an epidemic?
Addressing the Munich Security Conference on February 15th, WHO Director-General Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said, “we’re not just fighting an epidemic; we’re fighting an infodemic”. Unfortunately, we don’t yet know how to stop the ‘misinfodemic’, but behavioural insights can help enhance our response to Covid-19 and develop new approaches to tackling misinformation.
This is the clearest indication that the state was needing to work very hard to make people believe the nonsensical [and later the level of threat was ratcheted up to overcome that problem]
And at the heart of the government’s SAGE advice unit is the SPI-B nest of behavioural psychologists, [Scientific Pandemic Influenza Group on Behavioural Science, which comes up with such gems as this paper on making younger people adhere to the ridiculous rules… assets.publishing.service.gov….
SPI-B: Increasing adherence to COVID-19 preventative behaviours among young people
• Communications targeting young people should where possible be delivered by
trusted, non-governmental sources e.g. charities,celebrities, sports clubs, commercial brands
…the message – trust in government, trust in scientists
Here’s a final piece of manipulation – targeting women with the propaganda as they try to cancel Christmas celebrations….
•Womencarry the burden ofcreating and maintaining family traditions and activities at Christmas . These traditions are informed by the preferences of partners and children. “Messagingshould be supportive of women adapting traditions and encouraging those around them to share the burden and to besupportive of any alterations to adapt for Covid19 restrictions” .
source –SPI-B paper
Source – October 29 2020 SPI-B paper
Papers like these are all about helping the government abolish freedoms without upsetting the animals on the farm too much.