Bangkok-based journalistic infidel impervious to propaganda:
from ArmageddonProse Website
A psychosis can be defined as,
In the place of facts and
thoughts based in objective reality in the world, those afflicted by
psychosis become overwhelmed by delusions - false beliefs that are
believed to be true, in spite of the available evidence presented,
even if witnessed first-hand by the eyes and ears of the psychotic.
Thousands of people,
especially women, were killed during the witch-hunts, because they
were blamed as the scapegoats or the "others" by societies that had
collectively gone completely mad.
Then follows the "othering":
Once the population's rational and logical faculties are overrun with fear, they can no longer think critically; unchecked, that fear quickly becomes an existential threat to the "others":
Anecdotally, a friend of mine surmised the cultish behavior we are witnessing worldwide as a case of everyone believes, because everyone believes that everyone else believes...!
I found this to be a very
I would like to share a
few short exchanges I've experienced first-hand, along with those of
my friends who can see.
Those listening to her say that means it is working.
The next day she cannot move the entire left side of her upper body whilst in the office...
People tell her to get well soon and that we are in this together...
The common denominator across these exchanges is two-fold.
For to forsake our ability (or cognitive choice?) to empathize with someone else's suffering, or to be indifferent to humans inhumanely treating other humans, is to forsake our humanity itself.
It reminds me of another exchange I had with a lifelong friend, whom I was particularly disheartened to learn was "captured"'.
In response to me detailing all the atrocities being carried out, she was puzzled at why I was at all bothered, because I was not directly affected by it, still full time employed with a roof over my head and food in my belly.
There are no words. Only realizations...
Circling back to popular culture on how and why some people can see and some cannot, we may borrow a line from the film The Animatrix:
This reinforces Leonardo da Vinci once having said:
I will hold my hand up at being in the second of these aforementioned classes of people.
I spent March-April of 2020 wearing a mask, wiping down door handles, taking my own pen to the supermarket for receipt signing and other cringeworthy "rituals"...
I had a taste of what it must be like to be fully immersed in the new normal ideology. I can recall the anger I felt at seeing people unmasked. Not because I thought they were dangerous biohazards, but because they weren't following the rules, and I was.
I will be eternally grateful to the friends who persisted with showing me the light.
Once the Wizard of Oz's curtain fell away, it was extremely disorientating, yet I've never felt more alive and self-aware. Perhaps it is the loss of face, pride and ego that prevents a lot of people from questioning the narrative.
For those that can see, or see when shown, you will need to be spiritually, mentally, physically, and emotionally strong enough to let this mass delusional psychosis burn itself out.