Division makes it harder to control all. Instead they want to force unity upon all for huge control. This is why Order out of Chaos is more popular.
To them division, diversity, difference, uniqueness is all chaos.
This is true to an extent. BUT. There is a certain percentage of society that they basically own and they know it. These people (while many of them
might not be entirely braindead) do not like to rock the boat. They will not question anything regardless of what they really think.
Try it. Go to another forum that you're familiar with that isn't about conspiracies. Find a few people you know are pretty intelligent and start a
debate with them about a conspiracy theory. Any conspiracy theory will do. But make sure you present it in such a way that they aren't even required
to commit to it in order to acknowledge it as a possibility.
99% of the time (if not every single time) what you will see is smart, seemingly open-minded people will suddenly be completely stupid. Or that's the
way they will seem.
Why? Because they are not stupid. There are actually a lot of intelligent people who know there's something going on. But they're afraid. They DO
know something is up and none of them wants to be the nail that sticks up.
You see. Collectivism is a conditioning technique more than anything else. It doesn't work unless you can condition the majority to just mindlessly
obey. And not just obey. Rarely do they actually give clear orders for people to obey or not. What they need is a population that senses which way
they're supposed to go and just does it. Trying to talk to them is useless. They will always resist unless they go looking for answers by their own
volition. And how likely is that for someone who has dedicated their whole life to the herd?
So you see. TPTB don't really need to control everyone. Just the majority. They certainly would rather separate those they cant control from those
they can. Even though it isn't likely at all that the majority is ever going to start asking tough questions, they don't like to leave anything to
They know they cannot directly control absolutely everyone. They have always known that. But even if you don't believe their BS, they are still
indirectly controlling you because you'll be left with little choice other than to hang out with others like yourself. You're going to be far more
comfortable on a forum such as ATS than you are on a forum filled with people who refuse to even think about the word "conspiracy" outside of a
You don't even have freedom of speech many words arw banned because they are "mean" and not "accepting".
This has been going on for a long time. It's just getting worse now. It's easier to see. It was certainly already afoot in the 80s as I recall. It
accelerated in the 90s and was running on inertia until recently when the left came out of hibernation and began pushing it hard again.
At the end of the day, the collectivist knows the reality of the situation. He knows that human nature is to be selfish. He knows that it's not
natural to sacrifice yourself for the herd. So he goes with the flow and works WITH that fact rather than trying to change it (which he knows is
impossible). He uses the survival instinct against you by making it very unpleasant to deviate from the herd.
And everyone knows instinctively that if they stray too far, they will stick out like a sore thumb. You learn this in school. Very quickly. You don't
want to be the guy who wears funny clothes or has a different hairdo or whatever. It can be a little different but only if it's endorsed by the
By the time you're an adult, you know better than to make waves. That's what school really is. Collectivist boot camp. That's why it doesn't really
matter if you learn much on an academic level. What you're really learning is conformity.
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