A WORD TO THE WISE

Over the last few days, I have been looking for references which illustrate why so many people, both online and in the real world, appear to exhibit behaviour which is best described as a type of ‘madness.’

This madness, akin to a mass hysteria, usually accompanies any event which captures the public’s attention, and are almost always high-jacked by those who see these events as an opportunity to not only further enhance their status as purveyors of the real ‘truth’; but to basically rinse every penny they can from it.

One doesn’t have to do a whole lot except use a few well placed ‘trigger’ words and phrases, as many people can, in my experience of carefully observing the world (and the people) around me, be steered and ultimately controlled, and will eagerly chase each and every carrot that is dangled before them.

Many of the big noises who exist within the Alternative Media use these tactics.

The mainstream media and the establishment owe their continued existence to it.

The American motormouth Alex Jones and his ‘Prison Planet’ website is a perfect example, as like the majority of ‘Truthers,’ he never fails to emphasize how you, the eager listener or viewer, are ‘enslaved’ and are being spoon fed bullshit on a daily basis by the establishment and the mainstream media, yet never once offers a practical solution.

You need look no further than his apoplectic and wholly inaccurate reporting on the recent Tommy Robinson case, and how he promotes what has been shown to be complete garbage, to see this for yourselves.

Jones, like others of his ilk, will never offer practical solutions, simply because frightened, misinformed and ultimately desperate people – are the source of their revenue streams.

Because if you took some time out to think about it, it will become clear that if solutions are offered by any of these people, their incomes become non-existant.

Spreading fear (particularly online) is a very lucrative business, and these new-age charlatans and digital harbingers of doom have a proven track record of using fear to their advantage.

That being said, what of those who are not making a living out of muck-spreading and disseminating wholly inaccurate information?

What drives them?

What is it that makes what appear (on the surface at least) to be rational, intelligent and level-headed people, like and share widely the output of these agents of mischief, all over their social media pages?

It has become so prevalent at present, that I am currently in the process of ‘pruning’ my Facebook and Twitter contacts to the point where I no longer have to scroll through page upon page of that type of rubbish every time I log on to social media.

The same applies to the ‘Satan Hunters’ and ‘VIP Paedophile Accusers’ and the ‘Satanic Ritual Abuse’ pushers and the purveyors of the #paedobritain and #pizzagate tripe, who more often than not, attach themselves to genuine survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse, and are causing complete chaos within credible groups and attack genuine agencies which deal with CSA and Child Protection issues.

What of them?

And why do they so rabidly push these stories, and then proceed to collectively harass and violently threaten anyone who questions them, or confronts them with facts which ultimately destroy their claims?

And before I forget, I did find one reference which may prove helpful …. or not!

‘There are in fact many people who never cease to be small children in their emotional lives. Such individuals need authority figures whom they can idealise and trust unreservedly as they did their idealised parents; but they also need ‘bad’ authority figures, scapegoats on whom they can blame all their misfortunes and whom they can hate and attack with a clear conscience.

Moreoever such individuals tend to identify with the idealised parent-authority and to see themselves, too, as altogether perfect.

In the grip of such fantasies, men (and women) can develop into murderous fanatics. But what dominates the minds of murderous fanatics is to some extent present in the minds of almost everybody. In medieval Europe normal religion was experienced largely in terms of ‘good’ and ‘bad’ parental figures.

This is less true in the twenty-first century; but even today, people who have attained a relatively high degree of maturity may, in situations of stress and fear, find themselves using again those infantile emotional mechanisms. Worse still the process can occur on a mass scale. Where there is widespread suffering and above all, a widespread sense of disorientation and impotence, a wholesale regression to infantile modes of thinking and feeling, can occur quite easily.

And when it does, nightmarish fantasies of ‘bad’ parents can still influence the attitude and behaviour of a modern society.’

‘Warrant for Genocide’, A Case-Study in Collective Psychopathology – Norman Cohn 1966

18 Responses to A WORD TO THE WISE

  1. Jane says:

    I think Alex Jones sums himself up the best, (when speaking about his very good friend Icke).

    He describes Icke as “A Turd in a punchbowl, it’s his/their job.”

    Totally agree with that, except make that 2, because they both do exactly the same job.

    Alex Jones has just become one big parody. Most people seem to watch him for the comedy element these days, much like is said by people on here often, about Spivey’s site.

    And how strange that they all link to each other, in one way or another.

    And so many of these online tussles, totally staged and backed by media or ‘politics’. So little is real.

  2. Phil Atterley says:

    “In medieval Europe normal religion was experienced largely in terms of ‘good’ and ‘bad’ parental figures.”

    Very true.

    And see what that led to…

    IMAGE

  3. Facepalm Death says:

    Spivey is the worst.It’s about time this plank was re-arrested for the offensive garbage he spouts regarding murdered children etc.

    £300 quid a month to run that blog? LOL. The “registered tattooist and body piercer” who has no income?

    Dear me…

    How many on here are on £50 an hour? Cos thats what even the most bog standard of tattooists charge.

    What an utter plantpot.

      • ADMIN says:

        Vanity publishing for the rough end of the market.

        No writer with an ounce of self respect would go near that shower, or at the very least do their homework as to what’s involved.

        Paying between £4 & £8k upfront to a publisher and with no visible guarantee that the book is even going to be marketed in the way claimed??

        Madness!

        Only an complete idiot would sign up for that IMO

        • Faith says:

          Are we talking about the super smart Christopher Spivey who is using those publishers in the above link? That’s unfortunate 😉 😉

        • AngelStorm says:

          Did someone say “complete idiot”? It’s a wonder that doesn’t work as an insta-link to our dear tattooed friend. I’ve just about recovered from the hilarity of reading the most recent post over on the dark side with him complaining about all the lost revenue from said literary venture. Though I do wonder how the Small Claims Court might adjudicate on the matter of £29.78…

          • ADMIN says:

            Really!! What happened? I am afraid I never visit that corner of the www, but am intrigued now I must admit 😉

            In Wales, there are various grants available to help new authors get published …. but their work has to have some merit and general appeal of course.

      • ADMIN says:

        Or a dissolved company ….

        COMPANY CHECK

        • Jane says:

          2018 – Mr Nigerian The Book Publisher – owner of Melrose Publishing & similar in Nigeria. BUSTED FOR SUSPECTED FRAUD. Impressive, NO?

          VANGARDNGR

          2011 – Here he is slating dodgy book publishers. These people really don’t do irony or hypocrisy by halves, don’t they? 😀

          THE NIGERIAN VOICE

          1 of the companies he had in this country, was in Rochdale.

  4. I'm a Psycho says:

    *Comment deleted by Admin*

    • ADMIN says:

      You appear to have made a huge mistake in your latest attempt to intimidate and harass people Mr Psycho, or shall I use your actual name of Mr Matheson?

      In your rabid pursuit of me and other innocent people you have targeted, you have made a fatal error.

      You may have even realised it by now.

      It’s far too late to try and contact that website to remove it now though.

      • Pete the Seeker says:

        Shit Jimmy! Is that plantpot Fabooka still stalking you? He needs to get a hobby, leave his bedroom for a bit or get a girlfriend (or boyfriend) or an inflatable animal or something. Anything to take his mind off harassing people on the Internet

  5. Be Bop A Lula says:

    Hey Jimmy have you seen this? About Belinda McKenzie’s Knight Foundation? Pretty damning stuff!!!

    HOAXTEAD RESEARCH

    • ADMIN says:

      Yep! I saw it last night and it’s not really surprising …. considering that almost all of the most vocal of the Hoax Pushers and Satan Hunters, are connected somewhere along the line to child sex offenders….

      • Jane says:

        So many of them pretending to be anti CSA Campaigners, yet linked to sex offenders.

        Why would anyone be that brazen, knowing that the links keep popping up, yet keep going scam after scam? Risky.

        I would have expected even the dumbest of crooks to have ducked off by now, yet they still scam on.

        All in plain sight, drawing as much attention as possible.

        T’is strange.

  6. Eric says:

    There are so many of these idiots online it’s not funny. They should never have closed the asylums

  7. My skies fracked. says:

    All those crazies banging on about fracking…The constant spraying of the atmosphere….The 5G microwave weapon….. Clockwork orange them with BBC news……Quick !!!

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