Recently, word has really started getting around about how every person who still somehow believes in the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) plandemic is stuck under a spell of mass formation psychosis. In response to this, the mainstream media is now claiming that there is no such thing – a statement that in and of itself is a form of mass formation psychosis.
The irony is thick, seeing as how mass formation psychosis is a form of brainwashing and mind control about a subject that is often propagated by the media. In this case, the media is still trying to brainwash the masses into believing that there is some scary “virus” floating around in the air, and the only way to stop it is by wearing a mask and getting “vaccinated” – otherwise you might suffer a horrible, horrible death while killing your neighbor and grandma in the process.
Anyone who still believes this type of ridiculous fearmongering narrative is indeed suffering from extreme mass formation psychosis. Those who continue to believe the media when it claims that mass formation psychosis does not exist are proving that mass formation psychosis is real with their unwavering allegiance and obedience to the narrative.
It was the Associated Press (AP) and Reuters that together put out a misinformation piece claiming that mass formation psychosis is “not an academic term recognized in the field of psychology.” This apparently proves, according to these two fake news outlets, that even the definition of the phrase mass formation psychosis – regardless of whether or not the term itself exists – is also false.
Besides the logical fallacy at play here, this denial of the fact that paranoia and insanity have spread like a virus among the believing Branch Covidians epitomizes what it means to be a mass-formed psychopath who is incapable of parsing reality from fiction.
Just because a few so-called “experts” insist that mass formation psychosis is fake news does not make it so, but this is the claim of both the AP and Reuters. Even so, everyone who is already stuck within the media’s mass formation psychosis spell will simply believe these “experts” without a second thought – assuming they ever had a first original thought of their own.
“Once a collective group creates an alternate reality of itself, in this case a totalitarian reality based on government needing to create an irrational illusion of fear that becomes part of the accepted national identity, how can anyone call attention to the outcomes without finding themselves in front of the board of inquisition who organizes the collective?” asks The Conservative Treehouse.
“Put another way … if the pod under your bed malfunctioned, but the pods under all the other beds in the city worked, what happens when you awaken and realize you are not one of them, but you must engage in the world of them while looking for others -like yourself- whose pods hopefully malfunctioned? That is the current challenge for anyone trying to communicate on contrary evidence and yet avoid the ire from the collective board of COVID compliance who have successfully brainwashed the audience.”
Simply put, mass formation psychosis is a type of mob mentality, group mind, or “hive mind” that operates not in facts but in feelings. It is the kind of mindset and thought process that does not actually involve any thinking, but rather hands off that privilege to someone on a television screen or on social media.
“The very heavy amount of denial is a ‘perfect example’ of mass media psychosis,” wrote someone at The Conservative Treehouse.
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