HAVING just been locked out of Twitter for a third time, this time for reporting on gagging orders on nursing and medical staff to stop them speaking out about vaccine injuries, I found the latest Corbett Report interview with Mattias Desmet, a Professor of Clinical Psychology at Ghent University in Belgium, timely (link below).
It is not just the gagging at the different levels social media censorship that works to curtail sceptics like me from getting information out. It is also the brick wall of silent denial you face when interacting with family and friends, people you love and grew up with, who will not even take a peek inside the world of scepticism, dissent, let alone dissidence, that some of us at least now inhabit. It struck me particularly forcefully the weekend before last. Saturday that I spent with some 500 ‘allies’ at The Better Way conference in Bath was a world apart from the ‘old friends’ party I was invited to the next day. At the first event there were non stop revelations of academic repression, of government propaganda and horrendous first hand accounts of vaccine injuries; sharing concerns, information and plans. At the next ‘all in the garden’ was still lovely bar those few irritating restraints on travel. Covid had largely come and gone except for the fact that they all seemed to have gone down with the lurgy since their vaccine boosters. But that was alright – it would have been worse if they hadn’t been jabbed. As for Lockdown the Government had to do what it did or we would have all died, what else could they have done? After all we only did what every other country did so it had to be right. That was the conversation I had with just one person – the beginning and categorical end of it.
It was astonishing how little these so called well educated people, questioned or appeared aware of or interested in anything. The worrying part was the ‘adeptness’ of their refusal to engage. Polite blank stares and a continuation of the previous conversation. As though everyone had become a ‘Stepford wife’, not of a man, but of the Government. It’s inhibiting – as you become the one who is rude if you persist in upsetting such seeming tranquility and indifference.
So what to do? How can you wake people out of what looks like selfishness – or is it in fact a trance? Mattias Desmet certainly believes a sort of mass hypnosis is at work and thinks that the baseline social and psychological conditions need changing if we are to prevent a further such event and future unquestioning compliance.
He shows what we are up against; how far people, friends, family and neighbours will go in their denial and, most importantly, why you (we) should not stop speaking out however uncomfortable that often is. His analysis also very much explains the obsession of governments with shutting down views which do not comply with their deceitful narrative.
You can watch the interview here.