I knew that when I decided to do a show about the Superbowl being a venue for social engineering, I would get a few angry e-mails telling me that I was reading too much into the event.
I don’t know if it was that I questioned the validity of the game, or the score, or people are so desensitized to neuroprogramming that when someone points it out, they just don’t want to admit they are having their brain toyed with as many of the events from the coin toss, to the half time show, to the commercials are all there to plant the seeds of social change.
I expected to trigger social dissonance. Because this is what we have become in this country, we have become triggered animals that respond with emotional barks when our thought processes are challenged and our normalcy bias is tested.
During the Obama presidency, neurolinguistic triggers were commonly used in his speeches and were conveyed to the media, that were repeated as Newspeak and were used on the American people.
Crisis speak was an overused tactic that created mini traumas in the public consciousness.
Each time, Americans were faced with a perceived crisis or fear we were psychologically wounded inside. The sting continues to linger even after years of thinking that we have completely healed or have flushed the crisis of the moment into the memory hole.
Like it or not, whatever the perceived crisis and no matter how long ago it has happened, the consequences build in the subconscious mind.
It was called a “time of vulnerability” and in the process, people were falling into a vicious circle of learned helplessness.
The language of fear has become common place and now some Americans will do anything outside of their morality to survive. They are participating now in paving the road to pathocracy.
A pathocracy is developed during the interaction of normal human ignorance and weakness. An extremely active group of psychologically deviant individuals will then exploit the ignorance and weakness.
Just as it is normal in the life of any human to experience a decline in psychological or physiological resistance, the pressure to act irrationally to such crises may be caused by the influence of the media, a heightened hysterical condition, or a general spiritual crisis in the environment.
There are studies in ponerology that show pathocracy as the result of a macro social infestation of a viral meme that is detrimental to the consensus and weakens it.
The resulting weakness in proper reasoning and critical thinking skills leaves an opening for the activity of psychopaths and characteropaths. Their influence then results in a further decline in moral and intellectual functioning.
Remember that a Luciferian system in dry dock eliminates any chance of real choice. You are damned if you do and damned if you don’t. You then find yourself rationalizing your lack of choice by claiming that you acted on what you felt was the lesser of two evils. This is what pathocracy is – allowing for the adjustment of evil for the sake of social acceptance.
In some respects, many Americans have developed a dissociative disorder. This is a survival mechanism that is in response to trauma and abuse. We accept it as the “perfect system” of punishment and reward. The question is what happens when the reward is no longer given?
The answer can be seen in the riotous behaviors that have happened since Donald Trump became president.
Dissociation is one way the mind copes with too much stress, such as during a traumatic event. The word dissociation can be used in different ways but it usually describes an experience where you feel disconnected in some way from the world around you or from yourself.
If you dissociate for a long time, especially when you are young, you may develop a dissociative disorder. Instead of dissociation being something you experience for a short time it becomes a far more common experience and often the main way you deal with stressful experiences.
For many people, dissociation is a natural response to trauma that they can’t control. It could be a response to a one-off traumatic event or ongoing trauma and abuse.
Zbigniew Brzezinski is the author of a book that should have been read by every American interested in the future of this country. Entitled, The Technetronic Era, it was commissioned by the Club of Rome.
The book is an open announcement of the manner and methods to be used to control the United States in the future. Brzezinski, speaking for the Committee of 300 said the United States was moving “into an era unlike any of its predecessors; toward a technetronic era that could easily become a dictatorship.”
A dictatorship that could be forged through mass mind control, electronic control, and the devaluation of basic needs in society.
Brzezinski is a relic of the Cold War and literally and advised the likes of Barack Obama on his foreign policy. He was a counselor to President Lyndon B. Johnson from 1966 to 1968 and was President Jimmy Carter’s National Security Advisor from 1977 to 1981.
He despises Russia and China and as you can pretty well figure out, he is also a great campaigner for mass mind initiatives that will suppress open society and keep us enslaved by our own greed and desire for material well-being.
He has been involved in the mass mind alchemy since the days of Jimmy Carter. He is an advocate of the Committee of 300 agendas that create marked social change. These changes led us into the policies and mandates that we see now.
If you want to understand just how bad it is getting you may want to use the September 11th, attacks as an example of how the country dealt with stress as opposed to how certain groups of the country handled the election of Donald Trump.
Just watching television footage of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, was enough to cause clinically diagnosable stress responses in some people who did not even live near the attacks, let alone the millions of people who did.
Like many other major disasters, 9/11 brought with it a host of psychological repercussions, one of the most severe of which has been post-traumatic stress disorder. PTSD is characterized by trouble sleeping, difficulty controlling anger, losing interest in activities, flashbacks, emotional numbness and/or other symptoms.
It was obvious that after a major event like this many businesses and schools closed so that children could be with their families. However, after a few days school was back in session and we as a country attempted to function and get back into the groove of things.
Now let’s look in contrast to the election of President Trump.
Some school districts offered counseling services to students and staff upset about the election. They mailed out letters to parents and students urging calm.
Parents dropping their students off at schools in different areas reported seeing teachers crying, and teachers said non-white students expressed fears that they and their families would be negatively affected by a Trump Administration.
The superintendents of Boston Public Schools and St. Paul Public Schools in Minnesota offered counseling support and other resources to students and teachers in need of it. In Denver, counselors were made available at public schools for students.
Students at the University of California at Berkeley received an email from the administration saying that counseling support was available, while students at Berkeley High School and other high schools in California marched out of class in protest.
It is as if something triggered trauma and the answer for most of those affected was fight or flight response. Others withdrew, some couldn’t sleep at night.
The question is what has changed and why are we seeing this personality change behavior in young people?
According to a new article written by John Rappoport the answer may be found on college campuses.
The NAMI reports that “More than 25 percent of college students have been diagnosed or treated by a professional for a mental health condition within the past year.”
Can anyone even comprehend that staggering statistic.
Rappoport claims that this can be seen as a Mind-Control Program at US Colleges.
Says Rappoport: “Colleges are basically clinics. Psychiatric centers.
Colleges have been taken over. A soft coup has occurred, out of view. You want to know where all this victim-oriented, “I’m triggered” and “I need a safe space” comes from? You just found it.
It’s a short step from being diagnosed with a mental disorder to adopting the role of being super-sensitive to “triggers.” You could call it a self-fulfilling prophecy. “If I have a mental disorder, then I’m a victim, and then what people say and do around me is going disturb me… and I’ll prove it.”
The dangerous and destabilizing effects of psychiatric drugs confirm this attitude. The drugs DO, in fact, produce an exaggerated and distorted sensitivity to a person’s environment.
You want to know where a certain amount of violent aggressive behavior on campuses comes from? You just found it.
Furthermore, Rappaport says:
The usual variety of student problems are translated into pseudoscientific categories of “mental disorders” and toxic drugging ensues.
A college student says to himself, “I’m having trouble with my courses. I don’t understand what my professors want. My reading level isn’t good enough. I don’t like the professors who have a political bias. I’m confused. I miss my friends back home. I feel like a stranger on campus. I’d like to date, but I don’t know where to start. There are groups on campus. Should I join one? Well, maybe I need help. I should go to the counseling center and talk to a psychologist. That’s what they’re there for. Maybe I have a problem I don’t know about…”
And, so it begins.
The student is looking for an explanation of his problems. But this search will morph into: having a socially acceptable excuse for not doing well. Understand the distinction.
After a bit of counseling, the student is referred to a psychiatrist, who makes a diagnosis of depression, and prescribes a drug. Now the student says, “That’s a relief. Now I know why I have a problem. I have a mental disorder. I never knew that. I’m operating at a disadvantage. I’m a victim of a brain abnormality. Okay. That means I really shouldn’t be expected to succeed. Situations affect my mood. What people say affects my mood.”
Young people today are being programmed into acting like trauma survivors.
For the past two weeks, the movie “Split” has been in theaters and it has generated a lot of controversy with the younger demographic.
Split is directed by M. Night Shyamalan and stars James McAvoy. McAvoy plays the role of a man who has 23 personalities who kidnaps three girls.
Dissociative Identity Disorder gives its sufferers multiple distinct identities. It is real, but it also very rare, affecting 0.01% to 1% of the general population. Suffers have differences in posture, mannerism and speech pattern. They may also have their own gender, race, or age due to their dissociation from memory.
Split has become an epicenter of outrage for progressives, who also claim that the movie is transphobic. One of McAvoy’s two dozen characters wears a dress and is a woman, But there’s nothing transphobic about it.
The younger demographic urged a boycott of the movie because they saw it as problematic not just because they saw it as a film that put dissociative identity disorder in a bad light but they also say that it was full of what they called emotional triggering.
A growing online movement is calling for movie companies to establish a trigger warning — an alert prior to the screening informing viewers that the film they are about to watch contains potentially distressing material.
This is odd because we already have a ratings system for films – but now they are petitioning for a rating system that warns that the film may trigger emotional stress or outrage?
In this case they want a trigger warning for a scene that depicts child sexual abuse.
What makes this film about Dissociative Identity Disorder any different from what was depicted in Alfred Hitchcock’s, Psycho?
Or if you want to go back 100 years before cinema was even invented you can read the 1886, Robert Louis Stevenson published classic The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, which is in essence, a study of an extreme DID case: a respectable Victorian gentleman and a bestial monster residing in the same body.
Stevenson denied any real-life inspirations for the story, but that same year, Frederic Myers, a founder of the Society for Psychical Research, published an article on what he called “multiplex personality.”
In what appears to be some great mind control experiment on a sleeping nation, our college students are now being programmed to embrace such absurd concepts as Trigger Warnings, Safe Spaces, and Micro-aggressions.
These concepts seem to be closely related to MK Ultra/Monarch programming methodology, where “trigger words” are used to activate programmed alters using trauma-based mind control programming, and “safe spaces” are akin to the dissociative state and resultant amnesia that creates walled off partitions within the victim’s mind.
In the name of emotional well-being, college students are increasingly demanding protection from words and ideas they don’t like.
Three years ago, Jeannie Suk wrote in an online article for The New Yorker about law students asking her fellow professors at Harvard not to teach rape law, or, in one case, not even use the word violate (as in “that violates the law”) lest it cause students distress. Laura Kipnis, a professor at Northwestern University, wrote an essay in The Chronicle of Higher Education describing a new campus politics of sexual paranoia — and was then subjected to a long investigation after students who were offended by the article and by a tweet she’d sent filed Title IX complaints against her.
Comedians like Chris Rock, Larry the Cable Guy and Jerry Seinfeld will not perform on college campuses anymore because of the whole trigger warning phenomenon.
Seinfeld said in an interview that teens and college-aged kids don’t understand what it means to throw around certain politically-correct terms. “They just want to use these words: ‘That’s Fascist,’ ‘That’s racist;’ ‘That’s sexist;’ ‘That’s prejudice,’” he said. “They don’t know what the hell they’re talking about.”
It kind of reminds me of debate I had when a listener called last night’s Superbowl show and couldn’t define fascism but knew that Trump was a fascist. When I asked him to define fascism he wouldn’t and then said he wouldn’t listen to my show anymore.
Later, a caller named Fred called to say that he was part of a fascist organization and that he believed Fascism is the key to a better country – I also realized that the caller was also misguided.
What kind of fascist was he? You could put 100 people in a room and each one would define it differently. But of course young people can throw it around thinking they know what it is, or what it means.
All they can say is that fascism is hate.
The political term that has been used in history to describe this type of person is “useful idiot.”
A useful idiot is a term for people perceived as propagandists for a cause whose goals they are not fully aware of, and who is used cynically by the leaders of the cause. This term has been attributed to Vladimir Lenin and echoed by Joseph Stalin.
In the Russian language, the equivalent term, “useful fools.”
The term has been used for fellow travelers and other Communism or Soviet Union sympathizers in Western countries during the Cold War. The implication was that, although the people in question naïvely thought of themselves as standing for a benign socialist ideological cause, and as valued allies of the Soviet Union, they were actually held in contempt and were being cynically used by the Communist Party of the Soviet Union for subversive activities in their native Western countries.
The use of the term in political discourse has since been extended to other propagandists, especially those who are seen to unwittingly support a malignant cause which they naïvely believe to be a force for good.
If you think that what I am saying is misguided consider this:
People showing up at psychologists offices with a new problem; it’s called “Trump Trauma.”
They are complaining that what they feel is that Trump’s signing of executive orders is creating an air of fascism in the country and that they can’t stop the anxiety that they are experiencing.
Well, let me use a bit of shock therapy that may ease the blow, or might piss you off.
Here is a list of executive orders that were signed by Barack Obama:
Executive Order to Control the Internet, Executive Order Accelerates Mandatory HIV Testing For All Citizens, Obama Signs Cybersecurity Executive Order, Obama Executive Order Pushes Us Closer To A North American Union And A One World Economic System, Obama’s Executive Actions on ‘Gun Violence Reduction, I reported back in the day that Obama signed some pretty damaging presidential executive orders and there was no uproar, no street protests, no triggering trauma.
No university exams had to be postponed and no one wanted to wage civil war.
Now, can someone explain how this is not some sort of split level headed mind control operation?