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God Bless The SEC is right.

"The degree to which a man substitutes the judgment of others for his own, failing to look at reality directly, is the degree to which his mental processes are alienated from reality." Nathaniel Branden in Ayn Rands 'Capitalism The Unknown Ideal'
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Susanlauren wrote..
Yes it can be found and people are busy with jobs, family, church and community activities. No one expects this level of evil to show up at their doorstep.

are you ****ing kidding me? Even the stupidest people know that crime and corruption are common in big business. The media spends most of people's media consumption showing stories of evil and cavalier behavior and that a screwing awaits them just outside their front door. Anyone above the age of forty will remember that negative medical stories in the media with the associated litigation raising professional liability insurance costs for doctors. Remember calls for tort reform. People do not trust their doctors in everyday conversation.

Want to know why people are so busy with the "jobs, family, church and community activities?" As a distraction is the answer. People have been programed, see Huxley, that not being busy is a pain worse than death. Boredom must be fought. Why?

So that they do not need to make decisions.

This is the great fear that they have, not death, not injury, not loss of wealth or security. People are groomed to accept the decisions of others in that they do not have responsibility and accountability. as said best by Bruce Lee:
We have more faith in what we imitate than in what we originate. We cannot derive a sense of absolute certitude from anything that has its roots in us. The most poignant sense of insecurity comes from standing alone; we are not alone when we imitate. It is thus with most of us! We are what other people say we are. We know ourselves chiefly by hearsay.

If one wants to be rich in selling anything, remove from people their need to make a decision. they want the salesman to make the decision for them.

The education system, churches and industrial leaders conspired to make workers and consumers by removing that transition to manhood where a person makes decisions for himself, by himself and at a cost to himself alone even to support his culture. Notice that cultures and even beliefs that ethically thrive all have a system where one comes of age and makes a decision without emotional blackmail.

Yet, we started teaching patriotism in schools thinking that it was good when we should have been teaching basics, logical thinking and history and asking every young man if he wanted to be a patriot when he came of age.

If anything that i contribute here teaches you something let it be this little tidbit. That which looks good can be evil, and many things that are evil can do good.


"Better to reign in Hell, than serve in Heaven," Satan's monologue in the first book of John Milton's Paradise Lost
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Just another observation, news coverage of this has been rather light ... almost bordering on a boycott. I bet they're keeping the lid on it to not disturb the narrative that "thou shalt get vaxxed, serfs!"

The illusion of freedom will continue as long as it's profitable to continue ... At the point where the illusion becomes too expensive to maintain, they'll just take down the scenery, they'll pull back the curtains, they 'll move the tables & chairs out of the way & you'll see the brick wall at the back of the theater
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Jungian Depth Psychology theory explains why some people make logical decisions and others make emotional ones. The most popular application of JDP is the MBTI test.

According to the JDP, people's minds have four cognitive functions they prefer to use (ego). They have a further 12 cognitive functions that take progressively more and more mental energy to access.

There are two thinking functions: Extroverted Thinking (Te) and Introverted Thinking (Ti). Te processes data (multiple things at once), Ti determines true/false of one thing at a time.

People typically make decisions based on their top two cognitive functions because it takes the least amount of mental energy. If people have either Te or Ti in their top two cognitive functions, they will make decisions based on data or true/false.

If their top two functions are Extroverted Feeling (Fe) or Introverted Feeling (Fi), well, that's when you virtual signaling, scolding, and fear.
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Shadowmask, sounds spot on.

Part of me would like to understand why some people are all about the feelz, but it wouldn't do amy good, change anything, I would still be disappointed, so maybe I won't bother.

I do like to understand why people do the things they do. It fascinates me how people react. I guess if hurt people hurt, and dumb people do dumb things.

I really thought it was mostly INTJ'S being our usual 'No Thank You, **** you very much' against the jab, yet my folks are NOT at all INTJ, and they're fellow Fauci haters. Recently watching The Dark Horse (forgot his name) doesn't love the jab either.
It doesn't appear INTJ'S have corned the No****ingVax market.
So my theory has gone out the window.

Kind of a shame ame, I thought we'd finally rule the world.

"****'em ALL! I'm rooting for the virus now"
"Keep pushing ****ers, you'll find the trip wire eventually"
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FWIW here's a list of personality types that have Extroverted Thinking (Te) in their top two cognitive functions: ESTJ, ISTJ, ENTJ, INTJ

Types that have Introverted Thinking (Ti) in the their top two cognitive functions: ESTP, ISTP, ENTP, INTP

Even if thinking is in the top two slots, there's no guarantee someone will THINK a certain way. Folks with those personality types get the shot for their own reasons, just like feelers DON'T get it.
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