posted on Jul, 21 2018 @ 06:45 AM
How does this even degenerate into a debate about fluoride?
I mean, personally, I don't think the average person is that bright to begin with. It doesn't take that much dumbing down to split people up into
opposing groups. People just do that naturally and always have.
Anyway, regardless of whether or not there are any special ingredients involved in the mass delusion of choice, the main point here is that it
exists. The vast majority of people actually believe they have a real choice and a say in what happens. This likely will not change. But even if it
does, I personally wouldn't want to be alive in a time of a such a mass awakening.
People are not just dumb when they don't know the truth. People are just as dumb when they're pissed off. And probably even more likely to get really
Anyway, the average American does not need any chemical help with being a moron. That's genetic. Humans are kind of like pack animals. If you ever
see a bunch of geese all running away from something that isn't even a threat (one panics and they all go) that's pretty much what most humans do.
Even the people who run things. They know a lot more than the average person but that doesn't necessarily make them smarter. They just have a better
Well, at any rate, the example of the geese may not have been totally accurate. Whatever threat the geese are perceiving when they run away might not
be a real threat at that particular moment but the geese don't know that. Their instincts they built up over however many ages have helped them
survive by running away from anything that seems sketchy. So for example if a human is approaching, they are not wrong to be perturbed. Even if the
human just wants to take their picture. But anyway, that's what humans do. We're groupthinkers.