Originally posted by Xoanon
reply to post by VoidHawk
ahhh, another psyop thread
I hadn't thought of it that way. But since you mention it, yes, it is greatly an extension of the narrative told by would-be MkUltra survivors. It also reminds me very much at times of the MILAB silliness...
This gets much darker though, in the way that it seems to be affecting schizophrenics and other folks with personality disorders.
The phenomenon is entirely dependent upon and is fueled by the internet, and that makes it especially pernicious when it comes to vulnerable children that are already experiencing social pressures beyond reason.
It provides a naked template within which people can inject their own personal dis-ease, and there is no end, in terms of speaking sense to these folks.
Thanks for checking in.edit on 26-1-2013 by Xoanon because:
This, I believe, is the crux right here. These people see proof *everywhere* and all the time. It is so reinforced because common, everyday occurances take on the appearance of proof, based on the very nature of what constitutes proof, as well as the creation of self-fulfilling "proofs" - it can run very deep very fast, and moreso the more fragile the psyche. As you say, the internet feeds this, as they find others' share the same problem, and all of a sudden, those "am I just crazy/overthinking" questions are erased.
There's a movie, I forget what it was called, where a guy thinks there's invisible bugs everywhere in his house. His belief in it is so strong, it rubs off on his girlfriend, and I believe others who come to the house. Makes me think of the same kind of deal.