@sirseatsitter man, that was some podcast with Jan Irvin. Dude is not exactly an upbeat, jokey guy, but to keep his points landing I suppose he can't be. The cult aspect he laid out, in terms of falling into more mind-traps and social movements - leaving one then inadvertently landing into another - was incredibly interesting.
CIA Memo 1967: CIA Coined & Weaponized The Label "Conspiracy Theory"
@adam Great episode with Moe yesterday - specifically about how the younger generation views the culture of work/reward.
As a Gen Z'er, I'm astounded at how our woman from my generation are being treated. They sell themselves short much of the time, be it by sleeping around, or simply undermining their own characteristics to relate to narratives they don't entirely agree with.
The guys are angry, but that anger will be channelled in a useful manner. I'm more worried for the woman of Gen Z.
In Terms of Vaccines;
If they are trying to control my mind by fudging the facts, obverting public discussion, covering over blatant truths, or even telling me I'm a nutcase by trying to question things.
If they do these things from a non-physical point of view, then what on earth would they want to do to my body?
The covid hoax is so blatant, they want people to see it. They want people to claw themselves from the inside out. And they want people to be angry.
Be a dirty, uncleaned, human.
I've heard story after story after story of young people (10-14) having horrible experiences with online bullying/loosing friends out due to emotional disconnection
One story about a young girl who lost her friend after being emotionally black mailed over texts. Another where a boy is bullying a girl over texts due to a crush the girl had.
Another where a boy can no longer play with his friends due to their toxicity online, that doesn't match their real life behaviour.
We are killing the young
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