Q: Why do I think there's a commie behind every tree?

Utilize the language with the same manipulation the Commies do, using the phrase "VACCINE FREE" instead of "UNVACCINATED" or "NON-VACCINATED"

Thursday, January 27, 2022

January 27th

Mass Formation Psychosis Recognition Day

Q: How did ordinary Germans think supporting the Nazis was a good idea and turn a blind eye to the horrors of The Holocaust? How did the people of Jonestown line up to drink the Kool-Aid? How about the mass suicides of Japanese citizens on the island of Saipan in WWII?

A: Mass Formation Psychosis


From the blog The Other McCain. Let's make this an annual thing so people never get taken in by such bullshit ever again! The fucktards on the left claim Mass Formation Psychosis is a made up thing and a dog-whistle to the "science deniers" that are not subject to plandemic panic porn and against all the jabs. I'm gonna do my part here.

  1. Call attention to the censorship campaign by which COVID-19 panic brigades are attempting to suppress criticism. If you look at the Google results, you’ll notice that the first page of results (which is all that most Googlers ever see) is dominated by “fact checks” and people endeavoring to “debunk” Mass Formation Psychosis as a “conspiracy theory.” This obviously reflects manipulation of the Google algorithm in an attempt to support censorship of Joe Rogan and others.
  2. Explain what “Mass Formation Theory” really means. There is nothing outlandish about the theory that Dr. Malone has outlined. When the “dominant narrative” is promoted by politicians and major media organizations — when they’re all on the same page, so to speak — most people will believe what they’re being told and react the way they’re instructed to react. The theory is a bit more complex and nuanced than can be summarized in a sentence or two, but the basic idea isn’t at all crazy or “extremist,” no matter what the self-declared “fact checkers” claim.
  3. Most critics of COVID-19 policy are not “anti-science.” This has been the problem with public reaction to the pandemic from the start. Various “experts” (including Dr. Anthony Fauci and the science/medical commentators on TV news outlets) presented themselves as having all the answers to COVID-19, and advocated restrictive policies as the One Right Way to fight the virus. Because these experts were presented as being the voices of “science,” anyone who criticized the restrictive policies was implicitly accused of being “anti-science.” This involved an appeal to a common prejudice among college-educated people, who cherish a self-image of being on the side of enlightenment, and who view themselves as engaged in a war against ignorance. To such people, it was easy to see Dr. Fauci as a heroic knight doing battle against the dragon of “anti-science.”

1 comment:

polimathI said...

I once knew a fellow who had an uncle in Germany during the Nazi regime. The uncle was a tradesman, a gas fitter as we would call them now. He was forced to work at one of the death camps. He was the guy who made sure the ovens worked.
He told his nephew that he would have been in the ovens too if he disobeyed. People forget it just wasn’t Jews that were gassed and burned. You could be hauled away even if you had a name similar to a Jewish name. In any territory that the Krauts held you could be at risk for the gas chambers.
It was ANYONE who disagreed with the present Nazi worldview at the time. Your best friends would rat on you if it saved their skins. People lied and falsely accused others if they thought it would get them in good with the Nazi.
I have no time for Holocaust deniers. I met a lady in Calgary at a nursing home with tattoos on her arm that they gave at the camp.