Alex Jones talks about mass intentional homicide in the community in the January 10 episode of “The Pete Santilli Show,” where he shared that the medical-industrial complex “is nothing but a bunch of government minions.”
He also said that in this communist, state-run system, the government guidelines have nothing to do with promoting life. He went on to state that testing facilities are scams, saying, “We literally have 50 to 100 people sitting in a frickin’ parking lot waiting to get on the conveyor belt of death. It’s disgusting to me.”
Jones was talking about how people are on the internet to get scheduled for tests, and then all of a sudden, they are being put “on the rat wheel” and getting treated with remdesivir, getting ventilated. “It is a massive, intentional homicide.”
A video went viral recently about a new phenomenon linked with COVID-19, called mass formation psychosis, a theory that suggests millions of people have been “hypnotized” into believing ideas about COVID-19, including steps to combat it such as mass testing and vaccination.
Jones called the phenomenon a scam; however, the posts, which had been shared online this week, dismissed the “efforts” made by the government to combat COVID-19.
The term gained attention after Dr. Robert Malone used it on “The Joe Rogan Experience” podcast on December 31, where he described it as similar to hypnosis, adding that people “literally become hypnotized and can be led anywhere.”
Malone further claims that this same “phenomenon” was responsible for the rise of Hitler in 1930s Germany. (Related: Dr. Robert Malone warns of “mass formation psychosis” amid COVID pandemic.)
However, psychology experts say that the concept described by Malone is not just unsupported, it is also similar to other theories, such as mob mentality and group mind, that have long been discredited. The concept of “mass formation psychosis” explains that millions of people believe in a mainstream narrative that makes them trust the safety and efficacy of vaccines. Malone cast doubt on vaccine safety and claimed that the phenomenon has resulted in a “third of the population being hypnotized” into believing the nation’s top infectious disease expert and information from mainstream news outlets.
“When you have a society that has become decoupled from each other and has free-floating anxiety in a sense that things don’t make sense, we can’t understand it,” Malone said. He also claimed that these people, who have been hypnotized, will not allow their “narrative” to be questioned.
Jones accused the medical-industrial complex of being nothing more than a bunch of government minions in a community, state-run system, with people sitting in parking lots, “waiting to get on the conveyor belt of death.”
Jones’ line of thinking comes from the fact that the pandemic has already previously agreed on the maliciousness of China’s Communist Party, and whether or not the economic giant started by planning out COVID as a biological weapon, it certainly now turned it into one.
The pandemic is a mass death event, and assessments of its impact should center on collective experiences of death, loss and grief. By using death as a foreground in theorizing the pandemic, people will be able to better understand the ways in which it is “reordering the world.”
In 2021, deaths in the U.S. have included more and more younger people, with every age group under 55 seeing its highest death tolls, surpassing over 700,000 deaths by October.
The new and alarming surge of deaths means that the pandemic is officially one of the deadliest in American history, overtaking the toll from the influenza pandemic of 1918 and 1919, which killed around 675,000 people.
Watch the full January 10 episode of “The Pete Santilli Show” with Alex Jones below:
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