Normies and coronavirus

Roosh

Cardinal
I'm sick and tired of trying to convince the sheeple. Unfortunately, that includes my parents. They're threatening not to visit me for Christmas because I'm "always" "angry" about Coofid-1984.

I just don't see how anyone can NOT be angry about this s___show. I don't see how anyone can accept the new normal as normal.
You should calm down. Let them make their own choices. It's not your job to exert your will over other people.
 

Justin C

Pigeon
I'm sick and tired of trying to convince the sheeple. Unfortunately, that includes my parents. They're threatening not to visit me for Christmas because I'm "always" "angry" about Coofid-1984.

I just don't see how anyone can NOT be angry about this s___show. I don't see how anyone can accept the new normal as normal.
You gotta realize the globalists want you fighting with your family like that.
Think about it like this, if it were the last Christmas you ever got to spend with them, would you really care if they believed in you or not?

Like Roosh said, you just have to calm down. It's bad but it's not worth losing your family over. It's really, really hard for people to come to terms with the fact that everyone around them is living in an illusion and their leaders don't have their best interests in mind. Can you blame them for wanting the blue pill? Waking up is not easy or enjoyable.

It's not to say that you should shut up and take disrespect or anything, but just don't be aggressive to your family. You are healthy, you have food to eat, life is still good and you gotta keep your spirits up.
 

Pendleton

Pelican
I'm sick and tired of trying to convince the sheeple. Unfortunately, that includes my parents. They're threatening not to visit me for Christmas because I'm "always" "angry" about Coofid-1984.

I just don't see how anyone can NOT be angry about this s___show. I don't see how anyone can accept the new normal as normal.
I generally take the view that if people aren't polluting my environment with their grotesque left wing views but I know/suspect they are leftists, I just don't bring up politics. Most people aren't going to be persuaded and frankly what regular people think is largely irrelevant to what those in power will do. If a leftist shows respect and tacitly acknowledges on some level that his views are shameful by not expressing them in my presence, that is good enough. No point in creating pointless conflicts.
 

Athanasius

Pelican
Heard a Muslim guy say today in a meeting that he hoped that even after the "pandemic" was over that masks would be worn all the time by everyone.

You have to wonder if people will ever get that someone, let's call them "controllers" as CS Lewis did, might find it advantageous to have people living in voluntary fear and atomized/fragmented away from family, churches, and friends while they consume porn and globohomo propaganda on Netflix and social media.
 
Yesterday, I was walking on the street on a small pavement; a young girl was coming towards me, with a mask on.
She got so scared to see an other human's face, she unvolontarely scrubbed herself on the opposite wall, to avoid all the covid I was breathing out.
There's no helping the mass, they decided to live in fear, and won't change whatever evidence is presented to them.
Clown World.
 

Uprising

Woodpecker
I think it's important to remember that it probably took most of us years, maybe even a decade for many of us, to come to the world views that we have based on the information that we have acquired throughout the years. I don't say that to be prideful or conceited and we certainly don't know everything. I'm just saying that you don't go from CNN to the Roosh V Forum in a day. It takes time.

It's a very scary place in the world for a lot of people who haven't ever faced real hardship in their lives (me included). You have hardcore communism going on with sponsored racial riots, you have a near worldwide totalitarian dictatorship imposing brutal lockdowns and a disease that most of the general public are deathly afraid of from nonstop and relentless propaganda.

Imagine if you were older and had never figured out how to really use the internet, and all that you knew was Fox News, CNN and the BBC. Or for the younger crowd, imagine that the only thing you really did on the internet outside of work and school was watch YouTube videos and post photos on social media (probably at least 50% of people under 45 years old only use the internet for this purpose).

Now with that said, imagine somebody comes up to you and gives you RVF or a similar site that provides evidence of a coordinated international effort by elites to promote and fund most everything that's going on in 2020, and use it to their advantage to gain even more power than what they already have.

What would you do, if exposed to that much truth all at once?

Your brain would short circuit and shut down, locking out all the information that was just given to you so that you could keep your sanity, because too much truth was exposed at once.

Remember to try to see the good in people and realize that if they have a visceral reaction to small droplets of truth/evidence that you give to them in regards to the world today, it's probably not out of hate but rather a defensive reaction out of fear. Many people are just trying to survive and keep what's left of their sanity.

I think that these people deserve our respect and empathy too.
 
I think it's important to remember that it probably took most of us years, maybe even a decade for many of us, to come to the world views that we have based on the information that we have acquired throughout the years. I don't say that to be prideful or conceited and we certainly don't know everything. I'm just saying that you don't go from CNN to the Roosh V Forum in a day. It takes time.

Speak for yourself. Other than a few minor views, my view has been the same since I came of age. People want to believe other things, instead of accepting cold, hard reality. This reality has been staring us in the face for decades.
 

MtnMan

Woodpecker
Speak for yourself. Other than a few minor views, my view has been the same since I came of age. People want to believe other things, instead of accepting cold, hard reality. This reality has been staring us in the face for decades.
I am similar. I really saw it in around 2006 when I first really started thinking about the 9/11 events. It all changed for me in an instant, but the pump was already primed. Normies that are STILL normies after all this have worked very hard to shut out decades of obvious deception. Trying to crack that shell now is almost certainly futile. I have trouble feeling bad for these people, because it is a choice, at least subconsciously.
 

Pilgrim

Pigeon
I've concluded it is essentially impossible to open a normie's eyes. They have to want to open them.

And they are likely to do so only when they experience sufficient exasperation, distress or pain.

Also God Himself will ultimately send great deception on all people who do not receive the love of truth. When that happens, there is no helping them.
 

Grow Bag

Kingfisher
Groupthink is resilient. Going against the grain is uncomfortable and people simply don't like the discomfort of having socially marginalized views. And so they refuse to ask questions, to critically challenge the mainstream narrative. They go along to get along. I see this time and time again. The elite, through the Tavistock Institute and Stanford Univesity, invested a lot of money into understanding group psychology and now have a such a good understanding that they believe they can be as bold as they have been in recent years.
 
I think it's important to remember that it probably took most of us years, maybe even a decade for many of us, to come to the world views that we have based on the information that we have acquired throughout the years. I don't say that to be prideful or conceited and we certainly don't know everything. I'm just saying that you don't go from CNN to the Roosh V Forum in a day. It takes time.

It's a very scary place in the world for a lot of people who haven't ever faced real hardship in their lives (me included). You have hardcore communism going on with sponsored racial riots, you have a near worldwide totalitarian dictatorship imposing brutal lockdowns and a disease that most of the general public are deathly afraid of from nonstop and relentless propaganda.

Imagine if you were older and had never figured out how to really use the internet, and all that you knew was Fox News, CNN and the BBC. Or for the younger crowd, imagine that the only thing you really did on the internet outside of work and school was watch YouTube videos and post photos on social media (probably at least 50% of people under 45 years old only use the internet for this purpose).

Now with that said, imagine somebody comes up to you and gives you RVF or a similar site that provides evidence of a coordinated international effort by elites to promote and fund most everything that's going on in 2020, and use it to their advantage to gain even more power than what they already have.

What would you do, if exposed to that much truth all at once?

Your brain would short circuit and shut down, locking out all the information that was just given to you so that you could keep your sanity, because too much truth was exposed at once.

Remember to try to see the good in people and realize that if they have a visceral reaction to small droplets of truth/evidence that you give to them in regards to the world today, it's probably not out of hate but rather a defensive reaction out of fear. Many people are just trying to survive and keep what's left of their sanity.

I think that these people deserve our respect and empathy too.
I think the part about people having a 'short curcuit' in the brain is true it is kind of a protective mechanism. The brain shuts down to prevent harm. Similar to how people develop alters after abuse. The alter protecting the core original personality.

CNN to Roosh V in a day would be pretty extreme!

I think we have to remember these people are our father our neighbour a friend. They have to find a path for themselves whilst we remember that these are good people at heart.
 
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Groupthink is resilient. Going against the grain is uncomfortable and people simply don't like the discomfort of having socially marginalized views. And so they refuse to ask questions, to critically challenge the mainstream narrative. They go along to get along. I see this time and time again. The elite, through the Tavistock Institute and Stanford Univesity, invested a lot of money into understanding group psychology and now have a such a good understanding that they believe they can be as bold as they have been in recent years.
This is so interesting. As a sigma I literally don't intuitively understand herd mentality or peer pressure at all.
 

barrythecyborg

Kingfisher
Fuggin' normies...

I've been gently introducing the realities of con-rona to an associate.

I thought for sure he'd get it, but he just tells me that he watched the video I sent him (of the Russian colonel disclosing everything) and he was "talking out of his arse"...

Why?

"Well, he clearly believes in Zionists, and he said global daily deaths were 300 a day back in March, and they were way more than that..."

"Yeah, but I guess it depends where you get that data from. Numbers are inflated... 'Plandemic'? You watched it all, right?"

"Well, no..."

"But the Event 201 stuff, didn't that seem strange to you?"

"Yeah it was a bit strange, but probably just a coincidence. I've seen enough claims where it's taken out of context or you check it and it's not true to be sure none of this huge conspiracy could really happen. If I'm going to believe something like this, I need to see some real proof..."

I.e. The News.

There's no hope for these people.

What's crazy-making is that they think they're the smart guys who actually get it, and we're the idiots who'll believe anything.

Oh, and we have to work out how to live in the shadows whilst they've all sat by and watched the world be demolished.

C... cretin.
 

Chains of Peter

Woodpecker
You gotta realize the globalists want you fighting with your family like that.
Think about it like this, if it were the last Christmas you ever got to spend with them, would you really care if they believed in you or not?

Like Roosh said, you just have to calm down. It's bad but it's not worth losing your family over. It's really, really hard for people to come to terms with the fact that everyone around them is living in an illusion and their leaders don't have their best interests in mind. Can you blame them for wanting the blue pill? Waking up is not easy or enjoyable.

It's not to say that you should shut up and take disrespect or anything, but just don't be aggressive to your family. You are healthy, you have food to eat, life is still good and you gotta keep your spirits up.
What, though, is worth losing family over? Even Jesus says families will be divided against each other for His Name's sake.

Is resisting this VirusRegime equivalent to fidelity to God? I believe it is--the first institutonal casualty of this VirusWar was public divine worship.

What really doesn't help is many low information Catholics believe that the faith is whatever the Pope happens to say is the faith at that very moment. That's not Catholicism; that's liberalism.
 

barrythecyborg

Kingfisher
Amazing...

The guy next to me in this cafe had taken off his mask to have a coffee and muffin...

So I asked him if he could please put his mask back on between bites.

He actually went to put his mask back on (until I told him I was joking).

He's about 21, seemingly in good health, and more than 6ft away (I just checked, theatrically).

Still... you can never be too careful.
 

Syberpunk

Pelican
Gold Member
Amazing...

The guy next to me in this cafe had taken off his mask to have a coffee and muffin...

So I asked him if he could please put his mask back on between bites.

He actually went to put his mask back on (until I told him I was joking).

He's about 21, seemingly in good health, and more than 6ft away (I just checked, theatrically).

Still... you can never be too careful.

You see I take something else from this too, that I saw mentioned back a few pages.

Their actions betray and reveal their subconscious thoughts.

The faux hysterics (and the majority of the unwashed masses) if they truly believed it was deadly, would never eat sugar or flour during a pandemic, caffeine wears out the adrenal glands. What they're doing doesn't require discipline, it's been 8 months, if they truly were scared of not wanting to die, the amount of obese people would have declined dramatically, we'd all be able to see it, they'd be scared shirtless into an existental terror and would act, do you how much you can lose by dry fasting in just one week?
You can lose 15kg!

They quite literally get to have their cake and eat it too.

They want to believe they're brave without finding the bravery in themselves, they're too busy looking good to others while ironically staying visually appalling.


Don't tell me you tried to lose weight
Don't tell me things are tough, and it's hard for you to do because stress.
You're the one that says the pandemic is real, so nothing else should matters to you mask and vaccine enforcer other than your weight? Right?!

Play russia roulette with your health for years while wanting to know nothing about health for years from me.

Books given, not even read.
 
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