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Triggeroo and the Mother of All Psyops
Why do people get triggered over talking points?
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In this story, I am going to tackle a tricky and complicated beast. On the surface, it’s about getting triggered. Underneath, it’s about the Mother of All Psyops.
Have you noticed how everyone’s getting less patient? People are super-squeezed. Emotions are running high. It is getting increasingly difficult to open your mouth on any topic without pissing somebody off.
It helps of course that calling people out is temporarily good for one’s brand. It is good until a fresher, hungrier outrage master comes along and deflates yesterday’s darling du jour. And naturally, based on the market rules for broken people, chasing personal elevation at any cost is a factor for some—and “controversy” does work like charm as a branding tool. (Here is my overview of marketing tricks.) What is troublesome though is that some good people sincerely feel that only traitors and idiots can think thoughts differing from their own, and that the cancel culture is only bad when it’s used by those idiots, against the good us. In any other case, bring on the cancellations, call ‘em out, the throne is too small for everyone anyway, and the one controlling the outrage controls the throne. Etc.
(Now, wait a second, there is certainly something to this logic if we are talking my opinions as the gold standard of perfect perfection… I am joking, yes. But that is precisely how that logic actually works In real life! Lots roaming space for the good me, and none for the idiot thee.)
I am against the cancel culture in principle. I am against it on philosophical grounds regardless of who is sincerely right and who is sincerely wrong about the facts at a given time. Sincerity matters. And it is the very purpose of human existence to learn from the inside. Plus, who knows the finite and ultimate truth? Yeah, yeah, lots of people on the internet may raise their hands, lol, but I am going to keep my hand in the middle position since I think I know some things but there are so many more things I don’t know!!!!
(And this one is just to make you laugh)
And yes, there are also bad actors. I’ve written about it a million times, and I will address it here again—that’s an important topic—but holding differing opinions, including subjectively absolutely ridiculous opinions, does not in itself make one CO. And holding such opinions sincerely doesn’t give anyone the right to dehumanize them or treat them with disrespect. Dehumanizing others is what Klaus Schwab does!
Now, here is the most important thing I can say. We have the power to change things—but this power does not lie in twisting other people’s arms!
It would be ridiculous on my part, for example, to presume that I can somehow convince the opportunists to stop being opportunists. There will always be irresponsible opportunists playing with people’s minds, and there will always be those to fall in love with the opportunists. (But we don’t have an obligation to participate in their trade.)
At the same time, it would be very safe to assume that the MFM is packed with spies, metaphorical bad sorcerers, language inverters, and other shady characters pretending to be good. However, their power against the pure-hearted and open-minded people is significantly less than their power against anyone who is anxious, vain, hung up on talking points, or feels that abusing others or being unfair to others with “wrong” opinions (or ancestry, or religion, or politics, or standing on the 5D chess) is justified. It is quite the opposite.
The moment one gives himself the permission to be unfair and trauma- or ego-driven, one becomes a prime target for the shady characters’ games. Which is to say, staying pure-hearted and even-headed (and yes, alert and honest about signals!) is about the most practical thing you can do while swimming with metaphorical sharks. And I reassure you, reading a hundred books on MKUltra doesn’t make anyone any less resistant to the tricks of MKUltra. Spiritual work (work, not self-righteousness) helps a lot more.
And yes, we do have the power to insist on good things. We do! And no, we are not helpless, not in the face of Klaus Schwab, and not in the face of what we may feel is a mass delusion on “our side” (whatever it may feel like to you). We are not helpless. And we are under no obligation to march under anyone’s orders, to repeat any words that don’t ring true to us, or to accept any leadership that our head doesn’t want to accept. But we are under an obligation to act like decent adults and tap into our inner spiritual fortress and from there, be kind and fair to others and treat them with respect (even if their opinions make us roll our eyes from here to the moon). I feel strongly about this.
The issue of facts and the issue of how we handle disagreements are two separate issues. And each of us is personally responsible both for doing our best with facts (on our terms!!) and for treating others with respect—and not falling for the temptation of elevating ourselves by cutting the corners of conscientious, responsible adulthood, adulthood with soul.
Let’s now talk about the triggeroo.
What does getting triggered mean?
Getting triggered means being negatively moved by a sensory event so strongly that one gets shifted off one’s emotional base. Being shifted one’s emotional axis feels to the shiftee as great unease, a danger to the integrity of “self,” a feeling of being violated. That sense of helplessness before a violating force (a force that, from the perspective of the shiftee has no business being present in the world or violating the emotional status quo) is then masked by irritation or anger, the latter representing the act of one’s rebellion against the violating force. But all this complexity happens within a split second, and we just say that the person got triggered.
The level of sensory impact is determined by the ratio of the event to the stability of one’s emotional “terrain.” A person who is stable and confident on the inside is very hard to pull into the triggeroo. A person who is pre-wounded and electrified and like a living pile of pins and needs is just waiting for any trigger to happen and he is ready to explode.
Most of the easily triggered people, I believe, are sincere. I am talking about the ones who in all actuality get triggered as opposed to pretend to get triggered to accomplish a goal. Many things can contribute to their being wobbly on the inside.
Being wobbly on the inside means that one is not whole. For example, one could suffer from disrupted cellular function due to a variety of reasons (environmental toxins, EMFs, or microbial wars, invisible to the eye). One could carry unhealed trauma, possibly multi-generational trauma. One could be a target of psychological abuse or energy manipulations. Or one could simply be a spoilt brat but likely, still suffering from one of the factors above , as the state of being a spoilt brat is a pitiful state of a human being no matter how often it masks as being a “social win.”
The interesting question though is this. Why is it that people get triggered and go to war over talking points?
Short answer: zombies.
Longer answer: It is complicated, and there are usually several participating parties to the triggeroo.
First, let us deal with zombies and tackle the curious question: what constitutes a zombie? (My entire life as a writer has been preparing me for this moment when I make a serious face and do zombie analysis.)
Jokes aside, what constitutes a zombie? A zombie is a person whose behavior is not his own. It’s a person whose choices are determined not by the internal core but by a foreign influence, a biological or psychological entity whose goals are not coinciding with the person’s own goals.
By the way, zombie making is the #1 priority of the dominators, tricksters, and thieves—and it has been for thousands of years. Actually much longer than that—but they didn’t succeed at zombie making on a massive scale until the human civilization took a turn toward linear time, written language, and institutional faiths.
Zombiehood exists in nature, too, in the animal world. I wrote about this a few months ago in an article titled, Do Not Underestimate Mind-Controlling Parasites. It really is a fascinating topic.
In nature, parasites employ techniques of manipulation and mind control that are so refined and treacherous that no alphabet agency can compete with them. They take over the minds of their hosts and, through release of chemicals, make them dramatically alter their behavior and even appearance and dedicate their entire remaining life to nurturing and protecting the parasite offspring.
Then, once the offspring is ready to move on to the next host (since parasite life cycle often consists of several different animals), the original host who has literally given their everything to “raising” parasite babies, gets murdered in cold blood.
Or sometimes, the host gets mind-controlled into behaving in ways that are atypical for uninfected animals and that turn it into easy prey for a predator who conveniently happens to be the parasite’s next host.
There are even well-documented cases of parasite “commanding” their “used up” hosts to commit suicide — as well as observations that suggest a possible strong correlation between risky behaviors in humans and parasite infections.
When it comes to human beings, zombiehood, again, can be a result of biological or chemical interferences that mess with healthy bodily circuitry, or it can be a result of trauma, or it can be a result of sensory deprivation during formative years, or it can be a result of intentional manipulation to the effect of messing up the stability of one’s emotional ‘terrain.”
Which brings us to the longer answer to the question, why people get triggered over talking points.
Why do people get triggered over talking points?
Like I said, there are usually several participating parties to the triggeroo. But the main participants are just two.
Party #1, setting the vibe: dark-intended people.
Party #2, eating the bait: the people who get triggered and go to war over their talking points
A detailed look at the parties:
Party #1, dark-intended people
There are dark-intended people doing metaphorical dark magic to zombify people. This is not new. Dark-intended people have been putting discombobulating, zombifying spells on people for centuries (forever really, but successfully on a massive scale for centuries), often mind-twistingly ascribing their zombie propaganda and spiritual hooks, with which they eat people and turn aliveness and love into dead-ends and tortured, shifty eyes, to “our good God,” to “public good,” and to “science.”
Dark-intended people—with the help of their zombified victims—have been weaving upside-down realities for a long time. As a result of their weaving, today, for us, it is very hard to imagine a world in which our official purpose is happiness and fulfillment—as opposed to compliance and the performance mode.
Luckily, the light inside us is inextinguishable, and so even the darkest trickers are just “hopefuls,” they are just trying, albeit often, successfully so. But our entire civilization, predicated on domination as a guiding principle of human interaction, has been in many ways defined by such people. That is reality. And that is the reason why there is so much sadness.
By the way, I am fully certain—and I know this from the inside—that the absence of love, that colorless, odorless, empty feeling of lovelessness that leads to confusion, insecurity, hoarding, and dogma-addition—is not a universal human condition. It’s a personal choice and a result of earlier choices by other people. Yes, it’s an available choice. It’s a choice that people often make out of a wide range of other available choices—but it’s just one available choice. But it’s an easy and possibly the most immediately available choice to make when one has been thoroughly broken by metaphorical vampires, the upper management of the metaphorical vampires, the tortured servants of the metaphorical vampires, and the well-intended but mis-routed victims of the metaphorical vampires.
Party #2, the triggered
They are the people we talked about earlier, the lovable, good people who are temporarily wobbly on the inside and are easily shaken off their base. It’s a tragic fact but lots of people are broken, and broken people tend to seek alternative support. Dogma to the broken people is what gives their lives ‘structure.” People who have been traumatized—often due to no fault of their own—and not yet repaired, find a certain security in dogma, in deriving the essence from the format, etc. Thus, those good people who are not yet whole on the inside are prone to dogma-addiction.
By the way, a very important point:
Being wobbly or “insecure” is not a static quality of a human being, it’s a temporary state of a human being. A stepping stone. A learning phase that we all eventually transcend (although perhaps in some future life).
For example, speaking for myself, the only person I know and can speak of with confidence, I have with time become extremely secure. I can say unpopular things if I think they need to be said for existential reasons. However, there was a phase in my life, once the confidence of a child was beaten out of me by life and the confidence of an adult has not been yet earned, when I cared a lot to please, to fit in, and so on. Which is to say, I am not better or worse, I am just experienced and been through serious drama that cured me of the dependence on external validation. And absolutely anyone can be “secure.” “Security” is really being spiritually grounded, not anything fancy they tell you in self-help books.
Nowadays, in the MFM, one is judged based on how hip one is and how many layers deep into the 5D chess. Personally, I laugh at the obligation to think anything that I don’t naturally think. Such an obligation is ridiculous. And obviously, I am very curious about the world. And I am going to make up my mind however I feel, change my mind if I feel like it, and change it as many times as I want. That is because I have a free will.
(An interlude: Several years ago, when I was trying to cancel one of those gym memberships where they just don’t want to let you go, I actually cited “my free will” as a reason why I wanted to leave. That was a very funny exchange. The robo-manager grilled me as if she owned my soul, and insisted that I gave her another reason. But I didn’t. I insisted that the reason I wanted to cancel my membership was that I felt a desire to cancel it, and I had the desire because I had the free will to do so. After we went back and forth for a short bit—she didn’t act amused—she let me go.)
Anyway, back to viruses. I am agnostic about them. I have heard each side of the argument many times, and I respect the honest people on both sides. It is obviously very interesting to understand how the world works. However, to my senses, the scientific debate about viruses is a separate topic from how individual people choose to have that debate. I don’t like yelling. I avoid yelling. Yelling doesn’t help.
Most importantly, the totalitarian trend is not predicated on the notion of whether viruses are real, and from the practical standpoint, I believe that the most productive behavior is to hold one’s truth sacred but keep a cool head. True, we’ve been put under lockdowns (and some people, in camps) as a part of “COVID response.” True, the mandates are an abomination of abominations, and all based on lies. Anyone who knows me even a little bit knows that I have been very vocal about all of this since the very beginning, and still am. However, the tyrants can use anything—fear of contagion, fear of immigrants, fear of political opponents, fear of other ethnicities, climate change, and even aliens (my brain!!)—to do their tyrant thing.
By the way, recently, in a presentation for the Doctors for COVID Ethics, David Martin said something along the lines of “viruses” (and “atoms,” and “DNA”) being approximate models, as opposed to exact physical representations of reality. I liked that. Intrigued, I went and looked into “molecules” and learned—to my great surprise—that the first time the scientists ever “photographed” a molecule was in 2013 (while they were trying to do experiments on graphene, none the less, and it is a big question whether they actually photographed a molecule, there was some “methodology” fiddling involved in the act). So, all this time we’ve been talking about molecules, has it been a model and an approximation, as opposed to an observable physical “thing”? Is an “inference by spectroscopic analysis” enough? I don’t know the answer, and I’d love to hear from chemists about this. But perhaps, underneath it all, there is an animated relationship between mysterious elements, and perhaps the scientists guessed some of it, or maybe they just reduced a mystery to a “sampled” mechanical beast. I really don’t know.
Same with viruses. I am, ahem, not a biologist, I am not familiar with the intimate undergarments of the methodologies used in virology. All I know is that without that familiarity, any opinion about the true nature of viruses is very approximate, and I am fine with not forming an ultimate opinion on viruses until the moment in time when I feel like I have grounds to form an ultimate opinion. (Hint: repeating your opinion one more time—and louder—has no chance of moving my position on the true nature viruses. I am very comfortable with agnosticism. There are things I think I know and things I know I don’t (there are a lot more things that I don’t know than the ones I know). And I am fine with that!
And—once again—while it’s really cool to know as much as I can know, because it is pleasant to know, tyrants do not depend on the viruses to do the tyrant thing.
Why? I’ll tell you why.
Virus or no virus, the peasants are food on the table anyway
Let us look at two hypothetical and arbitrarily constructed scenarios with a mental focus on the practical implications of each. They are constructed arbitrarily in earnest, from random pieces of semantic Legos, just to demonstrate a logical punt and also kill several “heresy” birds with one stone. There is no implied logical connection between the existence of viruses and the existence of genocides. And for the new readers, I have personally written about the Great Reset, creeptech, 4IR, IoT, weird things in vials, etc. etc. (here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, and here).
Anyway, under scenario #1, we live in a world in which both conspiracies of planned genocides and viruses most definitely exist. In that world, a small and powerful group of BlackRock investors, pissed off at the irresponsible breeding of the useless eaters, have unleashed on the world a (mostly failed) bioweapon, made on the basis of modified viral RNA, with the goal of depopulating the planet. Let us say that this bioweapon was specifically designed to take out the oldest, the sickest, and the weakest.
As a result of the bioweapon attack, the oldest, the sickest, and the weakest—as well as those who were for some reason susceptible to this bioweapon—ended up with extreme pneumonia, inflammation, and a feeling of being intoxicated.
They were then intentionally blocked from receiving proper treatments and antidotes—and without proper treatments, they tragically passed away. Their passing then scared the ones who were perhaps not susceptible to the bioweapon into taking what they thought to be a good preventative measure but was really a toxic product made on the basis of that same bioweapon, plus intended as a stepping stone toward universal digital ID, total surveillance, and so on.
What world does this scenario describe? A world in which the little guy is a cog in the machine. A world in which the little guy is like a roach to the powerful BlackRock investors, a pest whom they poison without any mercy because that’s what important people do with pests. It is a world in which the little guy is on his own and has to come up with ways to defend himself against the mob.
Under scenario #2, we live in a world in which neither viruses nor conspiracies of planned genocides are real. And in that world, an ordinarily corrupt and power-hungry group of BlackRock investors and their servants, ordinarily corrupt and money-greedy “industry leaders” are hellbent on installing 5G towers on every corner. They are hellbent on installing 5G towers on every corner because, for one, they need to have 5G antennas on every corner in order to surveil their precious resources (which includes us), and for two, a ton of sweet money can be made in the process of “blowing up” this brand new bubble and “developing” this brand new market.
These ordinarily corrupt and not genocidal at all individuals have an inkling that the electro-magnetic radiation from their precious 5G towers is detrimental to human health—but they don’t care. And so they shoot their satellites into space, and install their 5G towers—and people’s immune systems go to hell, and as a result of their immune systems going to hell, all sorts of ordinarily controlled cancerous cells, bacteria, and parasites get an opportunity to throw massive parties inside people’s bodies.
The impact of the EMFs tips the bucket of other environmental poisons that have already been present—and as a result of poisons and ordinarily controlled and not very dangerous pathogens now on the loose, people end up with inflammation, including in the lungs, multi-system organ failures, and so on.
And then come the experimental injections that are so poorly made (without any genocidal intent) that people just start dying like crazy, and the politicians and the media keep covering up to save the arse of their owners at Blackrock, etc.
What world does this scenario describe? A world in which the little guy is a cog in the machine. A world in which the little guy is like a roach to the powerful BlackRock investors, a pest whom they poison without any mercy because that’s what important people do with pests. it’s a world in which the little guy is on his own and has to come up with ways to defend himself against the mob.
See where I am getting here? Yes, it is extremely important to understand the actual truth. But it is not mandatory that everyone in the MFM agrees on every single thing in order for us to agree that we are being f**cked in the arse!!
And it is that act of bodily and spiritual rape that we are all against (except the metaphorical bad sorcerers and the spies who are actually working very hard to increase the rape).
Speaking of metaphorical bad sorcerers and spies
Yes, there are people who are metaphorical bad sorcerers. People of that kind operate in cold blood. They have their eyes on being on top of others, and they attempt to cast spells on others in order to disorient, corrupt, derail, and ultimately dominate. People like that are not sincere people. People like that lie without effort and utilize any talking point that may work to derail the target. People like that use fear, flattery, and finger pointing. Over the course of history, people like that have pretended to speak on behalf of progress, God, and science.
Historically and presently, it has been particularly devastating when people like that ended up as big religious leaders (which has happened a lot, and in fact, lots of religious psyops have come to be thanks to such people). A respected religious leader who is really a metaphorical bad sorcerer can cause a lot of harm. And they have. And they are still doing it now. And this, by the way, is a reason why people like that like it very much when the lowly peasants’ religion is tied in the hips to dogma-addiction and fear.
Can you imagine the Creator hovering over stale words and offering preferential treatment to some people over others, favoring those who believe they were born to dominate? Can you imagine the Creator who is unable to translate emotion and spiritual feeling on the inside to what matters, unless the ratified prayer is used? Can you imagine the Creator who enjoys dominating shrunk slaves and who is mad at people for seeing and honoring life in everything that is alive by the Creator’s actual own will? This is so ridiculous even on its face—and yet, this is how the metaphorical bad sorcerers, pretending to speak for God, have taught their followers to believe. And this, by the way, is precisely the reason why the metaphorical bad sorcerers have made it a point to demonize and diminish old traditional cultures whose members remember the world before the Mother of All Psyops. They just don’t want to be found out.
Incidentally, talking points as such aren’t that potent on their own, it’s the energy of the “speaker” that gives them power. Bad intention can spoil the energy of even the best talking points. Klaus Schwab is one example of a language inverter but he is probably not even the biggest one! Lots of widely accepted verbal structures of today are ancient psyops, subsequently re-appropriated and cleansed by sincere people through the purity of their hearts.
The important thing about all good words is whether they respect the listeners’ free will. Imagine this. If you are forced to do you absolutely favorite thing under a sword, will it still be your favorite thing?
Complication with words
When it comes to words, we can consider the following scenarios to see just how complex word usage may be, and how ridiculous it is to judge people based on words alone.
“Good, correct words” said by well-intended people who know what those words really mean (powerful)
“Good, correct words” said by well-intended people who have no idea what those words really mean (questionable)
“Good, correct words” said by dark-intended people to do mimicry and deceive or to hijack the good words and mix them up with lies (a lie)
“Incorrect words” (words that describe reality incorrectly) said by well-intended people who believe them to be correct (unhelpful)
“Incorrect words” used by dark-intended people with a direct goal of misleading anyone who believes the incorrect words (a lie)
See how complex this is?
The article is already too long but here is an Appendix.
Here is an example (that I like a lot) of a dialogue where I talk to one of my favorite people, Dr. Garcia, and we don’t necessarily agree on every talking point—and then what happens? Nothing! We keep talking, with our eyes on love of the world and on mutual respect. I find this modus operandi to be healthy especially in a world where the probability of everyone agreeing with us on every talking point is rather low. :)
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