One might argue that society has been led through a series of lies, tactics, manipulation and psychological and behavioural strategies in order to drive conformity. Up until 2020 I had no idea I too was caught up in it until things started making very little sense to me anymore and watching friends and family bow down to the suggestions made in mainstream media; suggestions like “until we get a vaccine, we’re all at risk”.
I observed the various committees that I was on citing the very same, and friends asking on facebook whether they would be getting vaccinated when the time came. My own father declaring that it is his “duty” and my sister letting me know in no uncertain terms that it would be her personal choice and not for me to attempt to sway otherwise (as I was busy reading all the potential issues with a MNRA vacccine, never before used on mankind and previous trials had resulted in animal deaths).
In fact we’ve always been “at risk” of getting sick or “catching” a virus (many virologists and terrain theorists maintain that you *cannot* catch a virus, that a virus is the body’s way of shedding toxins from the system but that’s for another write up). The whole scandal surrounding the HIV virus (see Judy Mikovitz book “the plague of corruption” where she was thrown in jail for 5 days, her notes removed and then released without charge) whereby HIV was found in contaminated blood, intimating that it is only possible to acquire a virus through vaccination. [more research required].
65000 people may die each year in the UK from the flu and if one is already immuno compromised a cold, nosebleed or even constipation can finish you off. In 2020 it seemed there was no flu at all. Perhaps that normally 30-50% effective flu vaccine suddenly shot up to 100% effectiveness or perhaps it was replaced by that other illness. Hospitals were overwhelmed, allegedly – as they are every year according to headlines; but in fact they weren’t as hospitals were surreptitiously filmed and being shown to be pretty empty with nurses entertaining themselves with dance routines; people were sent home, to care homes, elective operations cancelled, life saving treatments were reported to have been cancelled or postponed etc; do we actually know what caused the spike in deaths in the UK between April and May since the statistics show that the survival from the dreaded illness is around 99.7-8% with the average age of a c death at around 82 years of age, when the average age of death is 81?
So looking at the behavioural manipulation, Noam Chomsky who is a political scientist, philosopher and respected linguist researcher came up with the following observations that seem to lead up to the present day and become far more blatant than ever – even though these points can be observed over the past fifty years at least. I’ve already cited in my first blog about how 2020 evolved with the declaration of the illness not being a High Consequence Infectious disease (from the government website), and the subsquent minutes from March 22nd 2020 implying the public were not sufficiently fearful and how one needed to increase that fear. But here, Noam Chomsky sums it up even more effectively.
1-The strategy of distraction
The primordial element of social control is the distraction strategy that consists of diverting the public’s attention from major problems and the changes decided by political and economic elites, through flooding of continuous distractions and insignificant information.
Distraction strategy is also essential to prevent the public from becoming interested in essential knowledge in the area of science, economics, psychology, neurobiology and cybernetics. Keeping the audience’s attention deviated from real social problems, imprisoned by themes without real importance.
Keeping the public busy, busy, busy, with no time to think, back to the farm like other animals (quoted in the text ′′ Silent weapons for quiet wars ′′).
2-Creating problems and then offering the solutions.
This method is also called the ′′ problem-reaction-solution “. It creates a problem, a ′′ situation ′′ planned to cause a certain reaction from the public, with the aim that this is the mandate of the measures they want to accept. For example: letting urban violence intensify or intensify, or organize bloody attacks, with the aim of the public being those requiring security laws and policies to the detriment of freedom. Also: create an economic crisis to make social rights demotion and dismantle public services accept as a necessary evil.
3-The Strategy of Graduation
To make an unacceptable measure accepted, you only need to apply it gradually, to dropper, for consecutive years. This is how radically new socioeconomic conditions (neo-liberalism) were imposed during the decades of the 80s and 90s: minimum state, privatisation, precariousness, flexibility, mass unemployment, wages that no longer guarantee dignified incomes , so many changes that would have brought about a revolution if they were implemented at once.
4-The Strategy of Deferring.
Another way to get an unpopular decision to accept is to present it as ′′ painful and necessary”, gaining public acceptance, in the moment, for future application. It is easier to accept a future sacrifice than an immediate sacrifice. First, because effort isn’t that taken immediately. Second, because the public, the mass, always tends to naively hope that “everything will be better tomorrow” and that the required sacrifice could be avoided. This gives the audience more time to get used to the idea of change and accept it resigned when the time comes.
5-Reach to the public like children.
Most publicity advertising uses speeches, topics, characters and a particularly childish intonation, many times close to weakness, as if the viewer was a few years old creature or a mental moron. When you try to deceive the viewer the more you tend to use a childish tone. Why? Why? “If someone addresses a person as if they are 12 or under, then based on suggestibility, they will probably tend to a response or reaction even without a critical sense like that of a 12 person. years or less” (see ′′ Silent Weapons for quiet wars ′′).
6-Using emotional aspect much more than reflection.
Take advantage of emotion – it’s a classic technique to provoke a short circuit on a rational analysis and, finally, the critical sense of the individual. Additionally, the use of emotional register allows the unconscious access door to implant or inject ideas, desires, fears and fears, compulsions, or induce behaviours.
7-Keeping the public in ignorance and mediocrity.
Making the public incapable of understanding the technologies and methods used for their control and slavery.
“The quality of education given to lower social classes must be as poor and mediocre as possible, so that the distance of ignorance that plans between lower classes and upper classes is and remains impossible to fill from the lower classes”.
8-Stimulating the public to be complacent with mediocrity.
Pushing the audience to think it’s fashionable to be stupid, vulgar and ignorant…
Making the individual believe that he is only the culprit of his disgrace, because of his insufficient intelligence, skills or efforts. So, instead of rebelling against the economic system, the individual devalues himself and blames himself, which in turn creates a depressive state, one of whose effects is the inhibition of his action. And without action there is no revolution!
10-Knowing individuals better than they know themselves.
Over the past 50 years, science’s rapid progress has generated a growing gap between public knowledge and those possessed and used by dominant elites. Thanks to biology, neurobiology, and applied psychology, the “system” has enjoyed advanced knowledge of the human being, both in its physical and psychological form. The system has managed to learn better about the common individual than he knows himself. This means that, in most cases, the system exercises greater control and greater power over individuals, greater than that which the same individual exercises over himself.