Over the past year we have seen the largest campaign of fear the world has ever seen. In May, The Telegraph reported how the use of fear to control behaviour was ‘totalitarian’.
Some SAGE members have admitted they were stunned by the weaponization of psychology, and have described it ‘mind-control’. But these admissions haven’t changed anything except they’re no longer trying to hide it.
Is fear the only tactic? Most likely not. For example there has been the continuous flip-flopping of policies and advice from the government and its advisors. For many it’s been confusing, so legacy media tells us.
Some assume Government is handling an unpredictable, unprecedented crisis and confusion can’t be avoided. Others assume the Government and its advisors are simply incompetent. But what if there was another explanation, namely: creating confusion is a deliberate and well thought out strategy.
Do people deliberately create confusion? Well, yes, they do, for a variety of reasons. One being as a technique used in hypnosis. A technique commonly used is to confuse the conscious mind, until it gives up trying work out what the instructions are, and so opening the door to the subconscious. Put another way, the confusion technique makes people more suggestible. A useful tool for someone who knows how to use it effectively.
Fear, manipulation, confusion – could there be others? Below is a list of some psychological ploys. As you read through each point see how it compares with what you’ve been hearing throughout the pandemic from Government, SAGE and legacy media.
They’re consistently negative, derogatory, insulting, abusive and destructive.
They foster and create negative emotions. They breed anxiety, fear, paranoia, shame and guilt.
They foster self-isolation with the aim to shut out others so they have control over a person and there’s no interference with their agenda to generate negative emotion.
They constantly manipulate perception causing people to interpret situations and information in a wrong or negative way.
They’re consummate liars and lie about everything.
Do these ploys match the pandemic’s voices? If your answer is ‘yes’ then you’re not alone. You’ll be shocked to discover this is a small selection from a list of common patterns identified by Dr. Jerry Marzinsky. Patterns which are common to the voices all schizophrenic patients hear.