Psychological trigger: what’s behind the official rage against leakers?
Technocrats, who are obsessed with designing the future for all of us, are Globalists in sheep’s clothing.
Their plans coincide with the intention to direct the world’s economic and political activity from a central-management locus.
“For the greatest good of the greatest number.”
However, there is a glitch. And it is permanent. It appears suddenly, here and there, and it’s the kind of variable that won’t surrender to any sort of programming.
It’s so odd, even the population at large doesn’t notice it.
It’s the “unpredictable function.”
Behavior and thought that fit no pattern.
To go even further, it’s not really a function at all, except from the point of view of the technocrats who are trying to map it.
It’s the result of imagination deployed in such a way that the user experiences “cracks” between items of consensus reality. These cracks are emotions, thoughts, and sensations that are new.
There is no way to assess what such experience might lead to.
No map of behavior or prediction about where it’s going will be accurate or complete.
All maps count on the fact that people keep thinking and feeling along the same paths.
Most people do stay in the same worn grooves. They have no idea they can leave these paths or venture down new ones.
But such people are not all people.
Down through history, artists have imagined their way into non-consensus realities. This is not a trivial circumstance. It is a case of asymmetrical “cause and effect”—which is to say, unknown cause.
Unanticipated social and political response to tyranny can develop from this asymmetry.
The response comes from the root of a person: his creative faculty.
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