Dean told host Kristi Leigh that Calm's creator is Michael Acton Smith, a man with ties to the WEF. Calm is considered the number one meditation cellular phone application these days. Dean has probed deeper into the toolkit and proved his point based on WEF's own words.
For context, the WEF released last year the global governance toolkit for mental health.
"They're listening for your mood through your voice and they're going to actually use computational psychiatry, as well as ingestible. They're going to get the American public adults, and even children to start labeling themselves with psychiatric diseases through their phone, which is insane," Dean said.
Leigh said the apps seem innocent as they offer some guided meditation and relaxation, or make people fall asleep to some nice music. "It seems like a good thing, but it could be another case of the great deception," the she said.
The host also talked about the data collection aspect of the apps, citing other technology software that takes the genealogy information, gets the DNA or PCR tests results and reportedly collects and reports personally identifiable information. (Related: HUMAN LAB RATS: Getting "vaccinated" for monkeypox automatically enrolls you in WHO data collection "clinical trial.")
"It's actually interesting because right in the WEF report, they talked about computational psychiatry. So they actually have robots already made and are working with teenagers. When a teenager has a bad day or their boyfriend or girlfriend breaks up with them and they would not want to reach out to their families, they are actually going to get diagnosed by the phone using the data collected from the users," he said.
That is how you install communism, Dean said.
"Quite honestly, people aren't waking up to this. We have more than 200 million Americans on psychotropic drugs. This is how you destroy the source of creation and you disconnect Americans from our Creator," he noted.
Elsewhere in the show, Leigh mentioned Matt Lauer's old interview with Tom Cruise when the latter was promoting the movie "War of the Worlds."
She said everything Cruise was saying then was spot on. The award-winning Hollywood actor was against the whole concept of the chemical imbalance of the brain. He was against Ritalin and other antidepressants because these do not address the real problem.
In the interview, Cruise emphasized that drugs aren't the answer.
Dean agreed and provided his own insights. "In every single major school shooting in the United States, the toxicology reports come back. It's not the guns in the reports; the shooters are literally on psychotropic mind-altering medications," he said.
And with the advent of the self-assessing applications readily available to the children, he said that they're letting the kids diagnose themselves through the phones.
"Tom Cruise, he said it, we're going to enter into a brave new world if we don't get to control this. And that literally looks [like] what happened in the last two years. They've used fake, magical, invisible viruses to put fear in other people's minds and at the end of the day, the worst disease you can have is that frequency of fear," Dean said.
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