"Collective fear stimulates the herd instinct and tends to produce ferocity toward those who are not regarded as members of the herd."
This photo used to look kind of strange and out of the ordinary. However, considering the world's current situation, where two wildly different histories are being written simultaneously, this guy exhibits the probably necessary attitude required to navigate through the the seemingly never-ending sea of ignorant cowardly snitches.
The negative connotation associated with the term "conspiracy theory" is gone. Most of the "conspiracy theories" of 8 to 10 years ago have exceeded the correlating "official" story in facts and are no longer even thought of as conspiracies. Still, in defense of the made-up system of "civilization," "officials" want to persecute people with made-up laws and rules of quarantine that undoubtedly, are purposely to hamstring humanity, while moral busybodies wish to wag their finger in reprimand. The sane minority is often forced to genuflect to such overwhelming force or be made a grotesque example. Even as layer after layer of bullshit fades away under the light of truth, these close-minded people cling harder to the lies that originally duped them.
The latter people, the "moral busybody useful idiot" are far more numerous and far more maddening than the "official" class. Though they have never have had an original idea in their life, because somebody that they perceive as an authority told them so, they want to reprimand, scourge, and belittle anybody who steps outside the mainstream. Their own questions of personal freedom have been buried long ago either consciously or subconsciously. For the useful idiot, their own sense of worth is associated with widespread acceptance of the established order. It bothers them to see people question "official" stories or refuse to blindly accept deadly vaccines or genetically modified foods, for examples, into their bodies. These people can only react by cheering the wanton illegal aggression of the state because they have already been subjugated and are such unbelievable cowards, they now assist the tyrannical forces in punishing people who challenge the status quo. It isn't so much a lack of critical thought, as much as their refusal to confront their fear of being different. To not always be on the winning side is a scary thing. For the sycophant or bootlick that has not an ounce of honor in their entire worthless soul, it is not an option- They will always seek shelter under the wing of the powerful tyrant, no matter how atrocious his rule.
|Scene from the movie adaptation of George Orwell's 1984:|
Main character Winston Smith is tortured until he admits
the person holding up four fingers is actually
holding up five becasue the state says four is five
-F. Scott Fitzgerald
"The ultimate value of life depends upon awareness and the power of contemplation than upon mere survival."