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The best theories are the ones agreeing with me
Your leaders did this to us. Period.
“I follow a theorist with expertise on emergent psycho-societal phenomena, but if he suggests any hypothesis that doesn’t fit my childish this-was-all-planned-long-in-advance-by-evil-mustache-twiddling-plandemic-puppeteers idea, then that theorist guy is evil and I totally hate him!”
Many are looking for witches to blame, witches that themselves sat outside the hysteria and planned it all. That’s a deep misunderstanding of evil, and of all the evil historically that caused democide and genocide.
And the UK is a paradigm case of a hysterical populace demanding lockdowns, which Boris didn’t initially want. He bent, to look like he was in control.
And the psychological psyop (with their evil nudges) happened AFTER all this, as part of the hysteria.
Although all the sheep are culpable, the ones who are disproportionately culpable are those in charge, who got swept up, joined the mobs, and set out to righteously enforce it.
Your leaders did this to you, and they believed they were helping, and that people like me fighting it were evil deniers.
THAT’S what evil IS at the societal level. Evil is almost always done by those who genuinely wish to do the “right thing.” And put you and me in prison for defying their notion of righteousness.
Some have called me ‘optimistic’ for this view, which I find bizarre. If you get it, it should depress you.
Some Moments on this…
~ Free will and mass hysteria
~ Evil comes from the KoolAid drinkers
~ Culpability doesn’t require preplanning
~ The human tendency to see witches
~ Blame the sheep
~ Three reasons the sheep are culpable