Popular Sentiment – Psychology of The Zeitgeist
Popular Sentiment – Psychology of The Zeitgeist By argentus maximus for TFMetals Report
The people are divided, or possibly being divided. Sides are drawing up, and all as both sides are becoming discredited for multiple shady practises. Is this “just happening” or is it a concerted operation in progress? Who benefits from this? Will gold re
Popular sentiment – psychology of the zeitgeist.
I called it “psychology of the zeitgeist”, but I considered calling something like “When Everyone Has Their Own MKUltra” instead just for a minute. Just considered it for a moment, but state of the art as at that particular post WWII mentalist agency project has moved onwards so far in the years intervening since then. So I don’t want to make the suggestion out that we are back there when it comes to the activities of the people with the big expensive national defense toolboxes now available, and also the complete lack of oversight.
Anyway, to the point. Tim Pool has something to say about over (unjustified, crazy) moderation of events in the gaming world by e-game developer corporations EA, Blizzard, Overwatch, et al:
OK so far?
Now let’s take a peek behind that painted scenery facade-curtain with this other different video:
So this is a little glimpse of a, shall we call it, a hierarchy of awareness?
And certain loony news suddenly becomes a little more understandable from seeing this interplay of actors and actions under the surface.
And the proles are not supposed to know this stuff, because they will stop voting right or left when they eventually cop on, but instead begin to regularly choose the alternative option rather than the recommended twin choice menu presented by mainstream news and establishment.
So that’s why we have a war against free exchange of ideas on the internet by the political class of both sides, and also their backers.
But …… go another level higher.
Where is that old mind control project arrived at by now, and who is running its present day iteration?
What would you do if you are in that entity’s shoes?
Censoring the internet is so passe, so retro! Don’t go back. Go forwards instead.
Just for a moment, just make an assumption. You own the arena and hhold stock in both teams. Imagine this world: the crowd are booing Team X, and also booing at Team Y. Do you throw them out of the arena and say goodbye to all that ticket revenue?