Delusion

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A delusion is a fixed belief that is not amenable to change in light of conflicting evidence. As a pathology, it is distinct from a belief based on false or incomplete information, confabulation, dogma, illusion, or some other misleading effects of perception as individuals with these beliefs are able to change or readjust their beliefs upon viewing the evidence for these beliefs.

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  1. walker

    I’ve recently had a couple people in my life relay experiences of medical crimes.

    One person had their molars removed and wound up out of work and basically useless for a week while recovering in severe pain from the “procedure.” (Why is extraction of non-diseased teeth in adults a common thing?) I told this person that they should prepare to sue for the suffering they had endured and expressed my sympathy for their predicament. Their response: “Nah…it’s OK, they did a great job.”

    The other person told me she had been prescribed a BIG HARMA drug to stop a breakout on her face. And, while the breakout had ceased, she now was experiencing constant mensuration. I chose not to say much except to, again, express my sympathy for the harm. This person was was at-least annoyed but seemed confident that a call to the victimizer would lead to a resolution.

    These experiences demonstrate that society was totally ripe to buy the covaids psyop after generations of conditioning to NEVER question medical so-called authorities. In fact, indifference is not enough; one must idolize, praise and, of course, obey these medical priests. And, the obedience to doctors, nurses, pharmacists, dentists and their ilk is turned up to 11 — it probably can’t be amped up any higher. It is worship. It is love. Even when the criminals perpetrate their heinous assaults and tortures right to your face, in your mouth, through your genitals, on your grandparents, spouses and children, you actually feel a sense of relief and pride. You did the right thing.

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