People with psychotic disorders have trouble staying in touch with reality and often can’t handle daily life. The most obvious symptoms are hallucinations (seeing or hearing things that aren’t real) and delusions (believing things that aren’t true, even when they get the facts).
A shared psychotic disorder is a type of mental illness in which a healthy person starts to take on the delusions of someone who has a psychotic disorder. Now mix it up with a charismatic and “divine” cult leader like Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu who, in May, suggested microchipping everyone, beginning with children returning to school and kindergarten. Or Fraudci the Beagle Killer. Why else would people would be offering their 6-month-old babies at the altar to be injected as lab rats for an experimental vaxx that has now proven:
Not to protect the vaxxed
Not to prevent the spread of “Covid”
Not to be effective at all, which obviously justifies booster after equally useless booster…
In fact, the only thing these drugs have been proven wildly successful at are making its founders and funders increasingly rich.
Still, the donkey-sheeple are lapping it up – demanding more and more poison shot into their bodies – deeply believing that “you can’t get enough of a good thing”.
Cult doctrine or mass psychosis? Some cults over the ages have resembled a case of “mass” shared psychotic disorder, raising the question of where cult belief ends and delusion begins. And that’s pretty much exactly what today’s video is about, including some great stuff on how to escape the spell of totalitarianism.
It’s a very thin line. But there might as well not be a line at all, because it’s clear that you can’t argue with people under the spell of delusion.
Don’t Argue With Donkeys (A Fable)
The donkey said to the tiger:
“The grass is blue”.
The tiger replied:
“No, the grass is green.”
The discussion heated up, and the two decided to submit him to arbitration, and for this they went before the lion, the King of the Jungle.
Already before reaching the forest clearing, where the lion was sitting on his throne, the donkey began to shout:
“His Highness, is it true that the grass is blue?”.
The lion replied:
“True, the grass is blue.”
The donkey hurrayed and continued:
“The tiger disagrees with me and contradicts and annoys me, please punish him.”
The king then declared:
“The tiger will be punished with 5 years of silence.”
The donkey jumped cheerfully and went on his way, content and repeating:
“The Grass Is Blue”…
The tiger accepted his punishment, but before he asked the lion:
“Your Majesty, why have you punished me, after all, the grass is green.”
The lion replied:
“In fact, the grass is green.”
The tiger asked:
“So why are you punishing me?”
The lion replied:
“That has nothing to do with the question of whether the grass is blue or green. The punishment is because it is not possible for a brave and intelligent creature like you to waste time arguing with a donkey, and on top of that come and bother me with that question.”
There are people who, no matter how much evidence and evidence we present to them, are not in the capacity to understand, and others are blinded by ego, hatred and resentment, and all they want is to be right even if they are not.The worst waste of time is arguing with the fool and fanatic who does not care about truth or reality, but only the victory of his beliefs and illusions.
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“People in a cult don’t know they’re in a cult. But everyone else can tell.”
― Oliver Markus Malloy, Introvert Comics: Inside The Mind of an Introvert