A Hypnotist's Take on Israel, Palestine, and Q
Has the Mockingbird Media Finally Destroyed Itself?
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Listen up, butthead! If you don't choose a side, you won't be able to have your emotions torqued & be manipulated!” – Clif High
The world we live in is fake. The hard part is figuring out specifically how it’s fake. And the fact that everyone is yelling doesn’t help either.
We know the media lies, but we don’t always know how to sift through what’s true and what isn’t. Disinformation is the art of blending truth and falsehood into a dizzying web designed to stir the passions of the masses and lead them towards specific actions. As one of my hypnosis teachers once told me, “if I can heighten someone’s emotions then I can give them a hypnotic suggestion”. It follows from this that the key to remaining un-hypnotized is to remain as emotion-neutral as possible in the midst of chaos, but I digress.
Today, we’re going to talk about the effect that the Israel-Palestine battle is having on the minds of the masses. We’re reaching a point in the 5G battle where the hypnotic propaganda of the cabal is visibly backfiring; assuming that Q is a legitimate insider, we are witnessing the part of the plan where they’re “showing the people” what’s going on …
The people are seeing that the news is fake, and this is an extremely positive development in the 5G battle for the future of our world.
According to Rasmussen, 58% of American’s today believe the media is deliberately misleading them, and it’s reasonable to assume that that number will drastically climb in the coming months.
Nonetheless, despite the people realizing that the media is fake, old programming still persists.
It would not surprise me at all to discover that those 58% of Americans probably think that their favorite media couldn’t possibly be deceiving them—old tribal loyalties and strong emotions are keeping people tethered to their old programming, to a certain degree. The Israel-Palestine conflict nonetheless is proving to be a wrecking ball for many people’s sense of tribal-loyalty, on both the right and the left.
The physics of an avalanche apply here—at first only a few patches of snow slide out of place, but this destabilizes the structure to the point where the whole thing comes crashing down at once, moments later. Some might call that moment, “the point of no return”.
At the risk of speaking too soon, I wonder if the Israel-Palestinian conflict will serve as that point with regards to the edifice of mockingbird programming that has ensnared the minds of generations …
Propaganda Stirs the Emotions and Suggests an Outlet for Their “Discharge”
Back in 2015, I took a mini-course in Photoshop … after which I promptly forgot everything I learned save for the spine-chilling lesson realization that anybody can make anything look like anything. Needless to say, Photoshop, deep fakes, etc have come a long way since 2015; the conditions under which we live call for near-categorical skepticism of everything one finds on—or off—line. Nonetheless, before we’re afforded any reasonable opportunity to figure things out for ourselves, society demands that we pick sides and start hurling rocks at each other.
For many of us, it’s self-evident at this point that the passions of the people are intentionally enflamed by divisive propagandists. If the people would (metaphorically and literally) set down their rocks for long enough, perhaps the fog of war would dissipate sufficiently for everyone to see the puppeteers pulling the strings behind the scenes. Unfortunately, the entire purpose of the Mockingbird Media is specifically to prevent that from happening. Such is one of many reasons why Trump called the mainstream media the enemy of the people.
A key feature of divisive propaganda is that it must not only activate the amygdala, but do so in such a way as to provoke a pre-programmed response. As far as social engineers are concerned, it’s not enough that people are merely fearful and/or enraged—the key ingredient is that those fearful/enraged people take their emotions out in a direction set up by said engineers. That’s really what they want.
Anger is like rocket fuel, but a rocket becomes useless if you can’t aim it where you want. No matter how much “rage fuel” the social engineers dump on the people, they still need the people to carry out pre-scripted responses to such provocation, otherwise their “weapon” loses most (if not all) of its utility.
At the present stage, it appears to me that the people collectively have reached a point where they’re losing sight of where to direct their emotions, which potentially signals a critical breakdown in the Mockingbird, social-engineering “technology” that has plagued us for so long.
I’m not saying we’re out of the woods by any stretch—I’m only saying that I see what I believe to be a critical crack in the dam.
American Hypnotist’s Stance
For the record, here is my stance on things:
Criminal enterprises masquerading as “government” are, without exception, wrong.
We mustn’t hold innocent civilians personally culpable for the actions of said “governments”.
The goal should not be for one side to lay waste and decimate the other side (though losses in war do occur)—the goal should be for the removal of criminal elements from these governments. Beyond that, I don’t know what else ought to happen—more importantly, I refuse to be goaded into taking a stance without sufficient reason for doing so.
Part of what it means to be (legitimately) “awake” is to recognize that we are living in a world full of fake news designed to hijack our cognition by way of first hijacking our emotions and needs.
Realistically, how is someone who lives halfway across the world supposed to know precisely what’s going on when propagandists from every corner of the Earth are skewering the story in numerous different directions, for myriad different reasons both knowable and unknowable?
Having asked that question, let’s move on and look at one of the key components of modern day hypnotic propaganda.
Nominalizations and Hypnotic Triggers
How do you keep two or more groups of people fighting forever?
Easy, you just make sure to keep them fighting over words that they can’t define in the first place. (It may also be necessary to silence the truth-tellers in your midst in order to keep the fight going.)
For example, if no one can agree on the definition of “fascism”, then that creates the perfect conditions for people to fight endlessly over it. In hypnosis, such buzzwords are referred to as “nominalizations”—which are, essentially, non-tangible nouns.
You can’t put the nominalization, “fascism” in a wheelbarrow nor study it with a microscope, and that’s what makes it a nominalization.
While one can, in theory dispute the definition of a tangible noun (like a chair or a rock), it’s much easier to do that with nominalizations (intangible nouns); unless there exists a common agreed-upon definition of “fascism” then the word becomes nothing more than an excuse to attack random people. Quite literally, the word has lost all utility save for its use as a hypnotic trigger to cause certain types of people to blindly vilify and assault certain other types of people.
It’s helpful to think of a nominalization as an empty cup in which you can pour almost any meaning you’d like.
For example, there’s no shortage of people who act in monstrous ways towards others and call it “love”. The misuse of nominalizations is one of the key techniques of mainstream media propaganda; for one’s sanity, it’s VERY important to have a sensible understanding of what words SHOULD mean.
Nominalizations and hypnotic repetition together form two of the main pillars of modern propaganda. All you need to do is attach as much emotion to a word as possible, make sure that word is a nominalization for which no commonly agreed upon definition can be found, and then repeat it over and over and over again …
Eventually, the learned response, no matter how illogical or even self-destructive it might be, becomes automatic. (For a good idea of how an “automatic learned response” works, just think about how quickly you respond when someone calls your name.)
Learning how to recognize nominalizations when they’re spoken in real time will make you relatively invincible to all forms of Mockingbird propaganda. For our collective survival, we must learn to raise our immunity—in a manner of speaking—to such tricks.
If the Mockingbird Programming is Breaking, What Happens Next?
The pain of having one’s reality 100% torn asunder can in some cases be comparable to literal torture—Q warned us many times of pain incoming. Keep this in mind when you see people breaking down; be glad you still have your wits if that’s not you.
At the end of the day, people generally don’t change unless they’re in pain in some sense. (That’s not a blanket statement—there are exceptions out there). The pain of social ostracization alone will often cause people to continue changing themselves to conform to the shifting norms. In marketing/persuasion, this is sometimes called the “compliance ladder” and it is very hypnotic to a lot of people (but not all).
Nonetheless, the spell will break when the social environment breaks down past the point where it can continue to deliver coherent instructions to its members regarding how to act and think.
You need a functioning ladder, you see …
The bar for “coherence”, by the way, is very low for many people, but a minimum amount of it is nonetheless necessary. This is because you literally can’t walk forwards and backwards at the same time—if someone asks you to do so, then they’re asking you to do something you’ll never be able to do. As long as a program is executable, then that’s what really counts.
When a program ceases to be executable, then it will “short circuit”. Again, for the person experiencing a breakdown in their programming, the experience can be primordially terrifying
Just like with any garden-variety, pathological liar, the mainstream media NEEDS to be utterly discredited. This isn’t said with malice; it’s a genuine survival imperative that this happens. But this is only the first step.
Many reading Badlands are already well aware of numerous specifics regarding the Q drops, but for the “average” person out there, the Q movement is loosely associated with a certain number of ideas—a prominent one being that everything we see is scripted and fake. The fact that this idea has become so well-known in recent years is giving people a place to go when their old narratives break down.
Given that the conflict in the Middle East is of a quasi-religious nature, receives nonstop air time, and goes back thousands of years, it’s guaranteed to affect people very deeply. Fundamental questions of right and wrong—and of truth and falsehood—are simultaneously being raised for millions of people because of this battle. The timing of this could not be more extraordinary considering that this all coincides with a general trend in loss of faith in the media.
Both the “right” and the “left” are seeing the internal coherence of their parties crumble as it becomes impossible to know exactly where people stand on the issue based on party affiliation alone. “Peer pressure” doesn’t work if you don’t know what you’re supposed to do about it!
For the above and many other reasons, I believe WWIII will be like a car that won’t start—or at least has a lot of trouble getting started—prompting people to look under the hood. No amount of “rage-fuel” can repair a broken engine!
From there, the people will see more than they ever imagined; they will see what Badlands readers (amongst other groups) have been seeing for many years before them. They will see the same truth exposed by decorated general Smedley Butler all the way back in the 1930s when he told us that war is a racket, and that the puppeteers play both sides against each other.
There’s much more driving this transformation than Israel-Palestine conflict on its own. Nonetheless, I predict that this battle will represent the “final straw” that breaks the camel’s back for a lot of people.
The avalanche is really getting started, now.
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