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The True Story [By: @NefieP]

   I feel the following quote is important because it helps understand how we (the general human population) are manipulated to follow and act accordingly under created constructs, which a lot of us can and should see work against us:

   "Psychological warfare has been extremely rampant in this Matrix. They keep bombarding us with more and more crises (that they create) that mainly attack the emotions of the masses. So much crises, that logic and reason get overridden by the emotions. No more time to ask, "How did you know?" "Why?" And no time for the emotions to rest between crises to even remember past events that could override present ones. Constant fear. No time to ask questions. Instead, instantly believing what the media broadcasts. Why is there no time to ask questions? Because people are so busy with Matrix systems of slavery: work, school, religion, government. No time to ask, why is this crisis happening? Because they don't give us time to REFLECT, instead they give false reasons and causes. Which almost 90% of the population don't even realize are false. All these crises like false shootings, bombings, have underlying AGENDAS. Because they can't promote the agendas consciously, they use crises that trigger our emotional consciousness to eventually agree with them. Like these shootings for people to agree with gun control, where eventually no one can defend themselves, they had to create mass hysteria. So once the emotions get attacked, it will be easier for "suggestions" or "beliefs" to penetrate the mental subconscious mind."

   Basically, yes, bad things are happening, but they are being reinforced by the people who report it. It's a sad thing: crises have become trends, popularized when they (the media and, or government) wants us (a general population) to care. Let’s talk about this idea of "psychological warfare." The social world has been running off propaganda for a long time, and this hasn't changed. Current technology gives us the illusion that we report our own news and we are following are own stories and emotions. But, we must understand we still live under the influence of powerful propaganda. Many of our beliefs and feelings on subject matters are contrived which presets stories for falsehood. So, although current technology allows us to give and receive firsthand accounts, our accounts are already skewed before even reaching the masses. Now, I believe most of us understand, if you ever played a game of telephone or been in a situation when something you said came back to you differently, how a story being passed on through different channels (written and verbal) can substantially change a story. So, what makes a story true? Answer: how many people believe it. The more people you get to believe a story the more weight, or “truth”, it has. Simple. And, this is not necessarily a bad concept. We must believe something to have a satisfying sense of order in our brains. It’s in our nature to connect dots and desire an understanding of all things. Here’s the problem: it seems we have a group who wants the general population to believe in something that works against us, and this group has control over the main channels in which we receive information.

   Now, I believe, if this group was for the general population we would not get the stories we see and hear. I’ll break a (small) current event down for further understanding of the fore mentioned: America’s police violence. Let’s start off with the fact that this issue has been knowingly taking place for a long time and it is only now being addressed on a large scale nationally. And, now it’s worldwide. You can say video technology has allowed it to come to light. But, there incites the illusion that we control the news, especially because of said technology. Just because a story is told does not mean it has to be or will be retold, at all, nor told the same way. Which explains why the issue of police violence, though always prevalent and likely worse than it is now, hasn’t been told like this before. I believe the group who controls main channels of information did not find this story previously useful to report. But, the story has always had the same weight; many believe it or can believe it. So, why now? What makes the story so presently important, and not before. And I don’t mean important to us, but the media.

   It would be nice to think that we all just decided this is an issue to be fixed, and we are going to fix it now. Like all the other grave issues in the world (Because we clearly solved the other problems of hunger, poverty, etc. that were previously pushed in the media, right?). But take note, the media often does not report solutions, only problems. As the quote mentions, we are bombarded with crisis but not bombarded by acts of solution to the crisis. We have all these cases of police violence being reported, but near nothing being reported of what is being done to solve the problem. There are police departments allegedly working to prevent police from acting violently, but we wouldn’t know. We get more stories about the police who “get away with it” than those who are condemned. And, we often get pictures of victims looking their worst, while police officers still look their astute selves. We are not getting a story of violent people hurting other people and how they need to rectify their actions, but, rather, a story implying there’s a violent entity that cannot be controlled and the general population should be in fear. There’s clearly something we should be afraid of, but is it the police? Let’s addressed another loop hole in this current story of police violence:

   Why is this violent entity the police? How are all police bad? Do not many of us know a police officer in our family? Isn’t being a police officer just another career field? Why would we have an entity reinforcing laws and protecting people that is actually dangerous to the people? As the quotes mentions, questions of why and how are important, but we don’t seem to be asking them. We say police when speaking of this story, not specific names, or even types of individuals. Of course, a person who attacks a person based on race is racist, but we nor the media repeat the title racist police or racist people. How are we clear and vague that this is a racial problem? Then, there is the psychological issue of power going to someone’s head. Some people simply abuse their power; we could address that, also. But the way the police violence story is being portrayed, where the criminal police are not usually condemned and victims are not always verified victims, actually reinforces people with these problems to continue their acts. So, not only do we not get solutions but we also get influences to make the problem worse. And again, it’s not individuals with problems getting acknowledged, but generalizations made about a whole group. (Okay, so now police are bad, just like African Americans, the immigrants, homosexuals, street gangs, republicans, democrats, Jews…)

   I don’t know about you, but I’m suspicious of the story. There are many things to suggest that powerful entities, such as state governments, do not have the general population’s best interest at heart. They may very well be using “psychological warfare;” attacking us psychologically to make us believe in unbeneficial stories that keep us in a state of degenerating fear (I use “may” loosely). Why do these “agendas” exist? How are they being carried out? That is something for you to decide, if you choose to believe it. There is a lot of information that can you guide to an answer. And as the saying goes, “truth always come to light.” We may get an actual true story soon. Hopefully, it’s not one, in a time, that is futile.

Julian Roden