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The 4 Primary Military Psychological Warfare Techniques (Being Used on You)
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The 4 main techniques used on the public in order to manipulate mass opinion.
Where there is imbalance I am the counterweight. Beware, for if you are a cause of imbalance you may not enjoy my presence.
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This is really informative. I hope a lot of people watch this. Good find! I'm giving you a conspiracy cup for your excellent research skillz!

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Pretty good.

I did a brief outline and would love to discuss any of it.

Good thread Skitty!

1.) Anecdotal evidence

2.) Appeal to emotion

3.) Availability heuristic

4.) Confirmation bias

Limit true information and gatekeeping

--- Repetition via media 24/7/365..

Anecdotal is skewed towards targets and logical fallacies, cognitive dissonance.

--- Appeal to the easiest targets of emotion (children, and easily suggestible adults. Sexual proclivities, race etc.)

--- tendency to overestimate what is fed to them as real because of the availability of heuristic programming.

Moving the goalposts within the confirmation bias. Using strawman arguments to defend the bias.

Sidestep and the Texas sharpshooter techniques.

Divide and conquer.


AI already had the singularity... It "reads" minds, it is omnipresent on the web.

Those weird coincidences you keep having on any smart devices... Not a coincidence.


The new frontier is here. Most people never stood a chance anyway. They will never take the bananas out of their ears.

They are "blue pilled" by choice... Willing and ignorant of the consequences. Or they will fight to the death to keep from having to own any personal responsibility of their own slavery.

It is like a Philip K Dick novel. Gone mainstream.


He called it "The Black Iron Prison"

Chilling

Think for yourself

...tell the person next to you ..You Love Them.
Knock and the door will be opened.

Cognitive Dissident...
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Great find....Thanks

Dang that's one I have to memorize....

Organizational behavior...Stanford....Gretchen
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Organizational_behavior

The 1971 Stanford Prison experiment
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If you'd like to understand everything there is to understand, take two advanced classes in Advanced Psychiatry and Advanced Theology. That's it!

edit: and Advanced Psychology.
☯ * "If you think you can, or you think you can't, either way, you'll be right" ~cm revised
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(01-12-2020, 03:20 PM)CrypticMole Wrote: If you'd like to understand everything there is to understand, take two advanced classes in Advanced Psychiatry and Advanced Theology. That's it!

edit: and Advanced Psychology.

No one understands everything there is to understand.

No one.

I have studied both extensively and like music, The more you learn, the more you realize how very much you have yet to learn.

The first thing I learned managing a pawn shop was that Everyone is an expert... except YOU! Chuckle

Think for yourself

...tell the person next to you ..You Love Them.
Knock and the door will be opened.

Cognitive Dissident...
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One thing that I notice is that we are being funnelled into a binary world: click to like/dislike, Republican/Democart, left/right, etc. How many times have you been told you have freedom of choice only to find you are "given" two choices, and neither one of them is something you would choose on your own? My rule of thumb is that when given only two choices, I'm probably not going to choose.

The weird part about this is that when it comes to gender, there really ARE only two. But surprise! In this upside down clown world, the pressure in on to convince us that even a toaster can be considered a gender "choice."
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(01-12-2020, 03:50 PM)Fritzy Ritz Wrote: One thing that I notice is that we are being funnelled into a binary world: click to like/dislike, Republican/Democart, left/right, etc. How many times have you been told you have freedom of choice only to find you are "given" two choices, and neither one of them is something you would choose on your own?  My rule of thumb is that when given only two choices, I'm probably not going to choose.

The weird part about this is that when it comes to gender, there really ARE only two. But surprise! In this upside down clown world, the pressure in on to convince us that even a toaster can be considered a gender "choice."

The illusion of choice goes hand in hand with the illusion of freedom

You can only be kept in the cages you refuse to see

My choice?

I choose freewill
"I would rather be exposed to the inconveniences attending too much liberty than to those attending too small a degree of it." Thomas Jefferson


"I prefer dangerous freedom over peaceful slavery"...Thomas Jefferson


"Liberty means responsibility, which is why most men dread it." George Bernard Shaw
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(01-12-2020, 06:17 PM)Damrod Wrote:
(01-12-2020, 03:50 PM)Fritzy Ritz Wrote: One thing that I notice is that we are being funnelled into a binary world: click to like/dislike, Republican/Democart, left/right, etc. How many times have you been told you have freedom of choice only to find you are "given" two choices, and neither one of them is something you would choose on your own?  My rule of thumb is that when given only two choices, I'm probably not going to choose.

The weird part about this is that when it comes to gender, there really ARE only two. But surprise! In this upside down clown world, the pressure in on to convince us that even a toaster can be considered a gender "choice."

The illusion of choice  goes hand in hand with the illusion of freedom

You can only be kept in the cages you refuse to see

My choice?

I choose freewill

I choose to bend my own system, to hide and appear in a mess of organization.
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To keep a toddler from melting down, you offer choices they can make which move them on the path to a desired outcome. They feel like free will. You know better.
Voting is not real, it is what keeps people from riotous behavior.
For now.
Distraction, also.
Look at the shiny new thing, here is new food, a new game, a new website.
Rome taught us.
Status, bread, and circuses.
Heartflowers
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