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Ep. 128 - Sowing the Seeds of Insanity

Examining the effects of repetitive propaganda on brain function and behavior.

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We've been hacked.

I have something important to say, but first let's have a look at the headlines:

  1. As another mass shooting leaves five people dead in Tulsa, progressive propaganda has grabbed for a higher gear to declare, "This is the price we pay to live in this kind of society." Noting that seeing news of one mass shooting after another (aka repetitive propaganda) produces a stress response, it also conveniently creates a sense of disturbed urgency and unhinged calls to "take away the guns" from law abiding citizens -- even as Joe Rogan is branded a 'moron' for pointing out the obvious fact that criminals are not going to give up their guns. What do liberals think?

  2. After spending the last couple years trying to defund the police, decriminalize criminal behavior, and allowing violent woke mobs to run rampant across the country, liberal leaders are now taking another giant leap toward utter lawlessness: This year, Seattle police will no longer be investigating sexual assaults, stating that it is an "unattainable" expectation, given the lack of funding. Not to be outdone, Seattle's liberal neighbors to the north are now imposing the most aggressive gun laws yet, making it illegal to buy, sell, transfer, or import handguns anywhere in Canada -- all while decriminalizing cocaine, meth, and opioids.

  3. As all of this is happening, the International Criminal Court is investigating possible crimes against humanity -- not for the experimental, emergency authorized, government imposed, genetic modifications (aka "covid vaccines") that have killed millions of perfectly healthy people around the globe, mind you -- this international authority is upset that Filipino President Rodrigo Duterte may have killed thousands of people during his "war on drugs." Far from fringe, this information comes from a top-of-page Special Report from one of the world's most trusted news networks.

Now then, the insanity of all this should be readily apparent--except it's not.

Circling back to the first story, it would be wise to consider how repetitive headlines produce a physiological response. Modern science tells us that neuroplasticity means our brains can be shaped, molded, and altered to created new patterns of thinking and behavior, allowing us to develop new mindsets, and even new memories, along with new skills and abilities.

The NIH explains that this process involves adaptive structural and functional changes to the brain in response to intrinsic or extrinsic stimuli.

Think that through for a minute: The structure and function of our brain adapts to our environment. Internal stimuli, such as our thoughts and feelings, can change our brain. More importantly, external stimuli -- such as repetitive propaganda and institutional indoctrination -- also directly shape and alter our thinking and behavior by creating "structural and functional changes" to the brain.

This is an inescapable aspect of our humanity. The implication is that we are all susceptible to being bio-hacked by the constant bombardment of information, neatly packaged in engaging videos, catchy sounds, gripping images, and the emotional impact of well-crafted headlines. This fact has not escaped the elites.

In fact, it is actively being exploited.

Why are so many people incapable of seeing the fallibility of disarming law-abiding citizens? Why are so many people convinced that Joe Biden is the most popular president ever elected? Why are so many people desperate to get inoculated against an invisible enemy? Why are so many people confused about their gender? Why are so many people desperate for more government control? Why are so many people eager to forfeit their freedoms for the illusion of safety? Why are so many people incapable of seeing tyranny for what it is?

The common thread in all of this is the inability to distinguish between what one thinks, and actual reality. This too is a function of the brain, the interpretation of perception, and the stories that run through our subconscious minds to imbibe life with value, purpose, and meaning. As long as we have internalized a story that justifies our perspective, we will be willing to die for our beliefs. That is just part of being a human being.

People kill for their beliefs, and whether they are right or wrong is irrelevant. It's been happening since the dawn of time, and it will continue to happen for as long as humans roam the earth. Keeping that in mind, let's zoom out and consider this in the context of the Great Reset and the transition to Future Earth: How might bio-hacking humanity play into all of this? 

Imagine a world where the majority of people are convinced that guns cause violence, so they vote to take away the gun -- to keep the rest of us safe.

Imagine a world where the majority of people believed that unvaccinated people are the greatest threat to public health and safety, so they vote to take away the unvaccinated people -- to keep the rest of us safe.

Imagine a world where global authorities have determined the greatest threat to the planet is the human population, so they vote to "take away" a portion of the population -- to keep the rest of us safe.

Honestly, it should require little imagination to entertain these ideas. These are the very ideas that have been persistently plied into the public psyche for decades. These seeds that have been planted are now sprouted and bearing fruit. It was as natural and predictable as planting a crop.

It is true, as you know, we reap what we sow. When lawlessness is sown, lawlessness abounds. When chaos is sown, chaos abounds. As history has shown, when the seeds of insanity threaten your crop, it's time to weed the garden.