Perhaps we’ve all experienced this: A conversation is going on, embedded in which is every lie being told today, that there are viruses, that they are out to get us, that people are dying of “Covid” (rather than obesity, poor nutrition, environmental pollution, etc.), and that vaccines can save us. If we say anything contrary, we are not met with derision or disagreement, but rather with what appears to me to be an eye-dart. It’s not a weapon or something fired at us, but rather a brief eye movement that signals lack of comprehension. People are so deeply brainwashed that the things we know and give voice to simply do not register. It is as if our mouths are moving but no sound emerges. There is not a lack of courtesy or ill will (in most cases), but rather a total lack of ability to understand what is transpiring.
I read once, though I have no reason to accept it as true, that the original Native Americans, coming upon European sailing vessels for the first time, could not see them. The reason is that they had never seen anything like them before, had no frame of reference, and so in their minds filled in water and sky where the vessels sat. That is where we sit with people brainwashed by both Covid and Climate psyops and all the others before.
I grew up American, attended Catholic schools and was deeply brainwashed. I should not look down my nose at my fellow citizens. But I did break free. What did it take?
I have a good intellect, but am not a genius by any standard. I’ve always been intensely curious about some things, like the Kennedy assassinations. I read about those up the yin yang, never coming close to solving anything. This is as intended by our juggling masters, the people who are charged with keeping the balls in the air at all times. So in this regard I was a little different from most people who see things that cannot be so, but accept that they are so because thinking is such hard work. They live in a perpetual state of cognitive dissonance.
Our society is heavily dependent on structural engineering more than any other profession. Our roads, bridges, and buildings depend on very smart and highly trained people, and at least part of their training has to be a study of Newtonian physics. So conceptually all of these hundreds of thousands of people in the profession would know that every action causes an equal and opposite reaction. They would look at the Twin Towers with the farcical holes in the shape of planes in the sides, and would realize that it cannot be so. That cannot have happened as we were told.
What do they do? They internalize the contradiction, and continue at their jobs. However, they don’t just internalize, but truly believe that the holes were real, that 2+2=5, and that Newton’s Third Law was suspended on 9/11/2001. George Orwell went to great length to explain in 1984 that it was not enough for proles to pretend to believe that 2+2=5, but rather that they had to believe it so. And with 911 and hundreds of thousands of structural engineers around us, the same thing has happened. They firmly believe in Newton’s Third Law, as it describes reality, and also that jet airplanes flew through concrete and left a hole. Believing in two things at once, even as they contradict, is called “cognitive dissonance.” It is the state of mind of the normie.
That is why it is so pointless to try and change them. The lies of our time are embedded in kids in grade school and reinforced throughout their lives. I was listening to a family conversation on vaccination (small pox) last night, and while it is easily discoverable that the vaccine did no good, rather that improved hygiene and diet led the way to eradication, and that the State of Massachusetts experienced its worst epidemics after mandatory vaccine laws were implemented, the argument is already lost. The easy information is the information the that prevails. That information is brought to kids in the schools, and reinforced throughout life in entertainment and news. We cannot overcome the power of the propaganda machine. Mind control is all around us.
I broke free, I think, because of a horrid event in my life, a crime against my child that was a slap in the face, a wake up call. My world was turned upside down, and through it all, and only slowly, I came awake, and slowly came to life. I became more open to others, feeling a new energy called freedom. I was getting happier, becoming friendlier and more confident in my persona. My confidence was growing, and I began feeding my curiosity. Rather than wondering about things, I found I had it in my power to investigate, and even, eventually (says this former Chomskyite) to think for myself. Frank Pasciuti described the phenomenon in his book, Chrysalis Crisis, which I read a couple of years ago:
“According to [Kazimierz] Dabrowski, there are times when your personal development will require that you break down certain existing structures of your personality. New growth will sometimes necessitate its partial loosening or dismantling. During the process, you can feel as though you are all over the place. But with effort, you can modify or replace those structures, reassemble them, and transform yourself into a higher version of your potential.
That’s when you’re like the caterpillar that completely melts down in order to transform into a butterfly. It can be a distressing process and it may take time. When you find yourself in the middle of such a transition and you’re suffering, it may be hard to trust it can lead to any good. There may be a tendency to flee the struggle rather than stick with it long enough to acquire the growth.
But if that struggle is undertaken in the right way, it can bring light to key areas that are lacking in your development. They could be areas of deficiency that contributed to bringing the crisis about, undermined your ability to cope with it while it went on, compromised your capacity to adjust in its aftermath, or limited your inherent potential thereafter.
Once you gain knowledge of the transformative process and undertake it with growth and development as your goal, you can derive the specific knowledge you need to turn your crisis into a Chrysalis Crisis.” (Page 49)
This is why, I think, despite the horror of the crime I witnessed and the deep and perpetual effects on my daughter, that there was some benefit for me personally. When it happened I was a Conservative Republican Catholic, straight-laced and boring. Within two years I would no longer be any of those things, and within six years I would be divorced, saddled with child support, and happier, much happier, for it.
So the vast majority of the people around us are deeply brainwashed, and incapable of change. There’s no slap in the face for them, only reinforcement of mythology with fake mass shootings, fake planes flying through buildings, and fake viruses and vaccines. They passively absorb all of this as they watch news, and then have it reinforced in entertainment. One of the worst TV shows ever offered in this regard was called House, wherein a team of beautiful and brilliant doctors reinforced every medical myth there is, from germs to autoimmune to plagues and viruses and vaccines. Gregory House was said to be the greatest diagnostician of his time. Don’t argue with him.
How can we fight that? (There was a similar show in Britain, Doc Martin, that did the same thing for them. Martin was especially insistent on vaccines.) People do not think about things, but rather passively internalize their environment, and propagandists control that environment. There is no breaking free.
So I was fortunate in one regard, but also, and readers here know this well, consigned to a life of isolation. I have had to decide to be happy living among automatons, as I cannot change them. Sometimes in my mind, on long drives or falling asleep, I imagine conversations with them wherein I am allowed to make my points and people even listen. Those conversations never take place in real life. It is like this, and will always be like this. We have to endure. It is a wacky and insane planet run by evil monsters, and populated by good and caring zombies.