Psychology of vaxxers. They are accepting the state into their body, becoming one with the government

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2021 Oct 22, 3:04pm   156,759 views  1,159 comments

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Maybe the battle is between those who unfairly benefit from credentialism, and those who don't.

Liberals defend their credentials which allow them to exploit those who don't have the same credentials. Credentials create monopolies, the ability to set high prices regardless of quality of service. It is a way to defeat free market competition.

The funding of universities depends entirely on the demand for their degrees, which they control. Their biggest horror would be a system where anyone could take tests to prove competence in a subject without paying for the years of classes and subjecting themselves to obedience to professors.

Thatcher and Trump refused to give the automatic respect many academics feel is their due. They gave the impression that they could see right through us, an uncomfortable feeling.
- Thomas Frank

Most of academia is less about learning than about paying for a paper proof of status and conformity. Non-conformists are expelled from schools, or failed out. Most teachers do not like their authority to be questioned. Bosses like the academic proof of conformity when they hire. The most "educated" are the most obedient.

Trump was a threat to their credentials and therefore a threat to their incomes and status.

The academic elite need a reason to hate those threatening themselves, therefore they use imaginary "racism", to which there is no defense. The accusation is the conviction.

Then they don't need to worry about the real class problem, which is independent of race. They would be uncomfortable looking at class, because they'd have to look at themselves and their unearned class privileges.

So their faith in the injection is faith in the "expert class" of which they are members, and they demand that the hoi polloi submit to it as an expression of the elite's power and prestige.

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902   Patrick   2023 Oct 24, 10:09am  


Speaking of the Washington Post, the paper also ran an unintentionally hilarious pandemic performance review yesterday, or maybe it’s a limited hangout, or a partial sideways apology, or something, headlined “How We Got Covid’s Risk Right But the Response Wrong.”

See? They were right, even though they were wrong. More Orwellian double-think! It’s all so very, very nuanced.

The article was labeled an “analysis,” and authored by Bloomberg business commentator and former Harvard Business Review director Justin Fox, who apparently drew the short straw for having to frame the paper’s abject covid failures and hysterical fear-mongering as “successes” — successes, that is, if you squint really hard and look at it in just the right light. And also backwards through a telescope.

Justin got off to a terrific start by immediately explaining he was qualified to cover covid since 2020 even though he has “no background in epidemiology or even health journalism,” since “I can multiply, divide and make charts.”

My son Luke, who just turned thirteen, can also multiply, divide, and he makes great charts. I guess we’re all experts now!

Obviously feeling very generous, Justin credited himself for his 2020 estimate of a 1% covid fatality rate, since he didn’t fall for the obviously-wrong CDC and W.H.O. and their much higher 2-3% estimates. Of course, one percent is a chucklesome exaggeration all by itself, but the rest of the article swelled with even more belly laughs, like Justin’s claim that the CDC’s covid death estimates were “almost certainly undercounts, because in the early days the lack of testing meant many Covid-caused deaths were attributed to other maladies.”

Hahaha! I’ve personally reviewed hundreds of covid death certificates and coroner reports. My favorites are the covid gunshot wounds, covid tumbles off of roofs, and covid motorcycle accidents, but the great variety of covid nursing home trip-and-falls comes in at a close second.

Justin also quoted Bill Gates, even though he’s not a medical professional or a scientist. At least he tried to credit whatever dumb thing Bill was saying. Justin labeled the software billionaire a “well-informed amateur epidemiologist.” Hahaha! You really can’t make this stuff up.

Justin even claimed lockdowns “seem to have saved lives when implemented early enough.” We just need to do them earlier. If only we could implement lockdowns before pandemics start. I wonder whether Justin thought of that idea.

But anyway, after all that, Justin got down to brass tacks, the hideous point of the awful apology tour. After congratulating himself so many ways, and whole expressing great magnanimity and praiseworthy open-mindedness, Justin ultimately allowed that “the US did an awful job of balancing Covid’s risks with the costs of fighting the disease,” and even conceded that Sweden “ended up with one of the most successful and sustainable Covid management efforts among Western countries.”

How about that? Sadly, Sweden need not apply to the Washington Post to get its reputation back. This brief, footnoted admission is probably as much credit as Sweden will ever get, even though it deserves to be included in the title of every textbook about pandemic management from here on out. Still, the Nordic country is enjoying the best revenge, the quiet victory of being right.
903   Patrick   2023 Oct 24, 12:50pm  

I recently attended a funeral at the Church of the Immaculate Vaccination. It was a moving ceremony, so much so that in these dark times I was moved to share this short report for your edification and in memory of all those, like Brother Credulous, who have passed away tragically early.

All rise and adjust their masks.

The congregation sing the first hymn:

Amazing grace! Oh sweet lockdown!
That saved a wretch like me!
I once was free, but now I drown,
And still refuse to see.

The Expert processes in followed by the coffin borne on the shoulders of exceptionally prosperous undertakers.

Expert: We are gathered here today to mourn Brother Credulous who passed away unexpectedly of myomywhatacoinciditis.

We mourn his loss yet we celebrate his life, his double vaccination and his treble boosters.

The Expert raises his arms as though conducting the congregation:

Expert: Cause of Death?

Congregation: Anything but the Jabs!

Expert: Amen.

Expert: Thank goodness he was vaccinated…

Congregation: … otherwise it would have been so much worse.

All: Amen.

The Altar boy performs the involuntary prostration.

Expert: Today’s reading is taken from the book of Schwab, Chapter 5, verses 1-12

Now when Klaus saw the crowd of humanity, he went up to Davos and his disciples came to him and he began to teach them.

He said:

“Blessed are the poor for they will soon be in heaven.

Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be next.

Blessed are the meek, for they will be interred in the earth.

Blessed are those consumed with self-righteousness, for they will do the devil’s work unbidden.

Blessed are the dutiful, for they will do their duty, even unto death.

Blessed are those with spike protein in heart, for they will see God rather sooner than they expected.

Blessed are the pacemakers, for they will be installed in children with cardiac injuries.

Blessed are those who are prosecuted for standing up for truth and professional integrity because they will be barred from practising and imprisoned indefinitely.

Blessed am I the Schwab when people insult me and say all kinds of evil against me for I will not be prosecuted because my people control your Government.

Rejoice and be glad, because great are the rewards of Big Pharma and we will persecute the speakers of truth, as we persecute all those who oppose us.”

All: Amen.

The coffin is borne out of the church to the strains of “Guide me O Thou Great Deceiver”.

After the service boosters are served in the presbytery.
904   Patrick   2023 Oct 24, 1:08pm  


For the next edition of the DSM

Getting a Covid “booster” is a sign of profound mental illness. I think we should coin a name for it: Fascist-Obedient Personality Disorder (FOPD). It’s when a person values fitting in with authority over their own health and well-being.
905   Patrick   2023 Oct 26, 10:42am  


💉 In case you wondered who at this point is still WANTING the boosters, behold this young lady, who has chronicled all her shot reactions on TikTok, including her very latest booster shot, which she took last week:

CLIP: Booster Gal describes reactions and side effects (2:47). Adult language.

Wow. I hardly know what to say about all that. I guess that’s how you know the shots are working. And please note that the boosted gal has not posted anything since her last update on October 17th, so … we hope she makes it.

I'm also keeping an eye on my vaxxer neighbor, who just keeps taking them.
908   Patrick   2023 Oct 30, 12:56pm  


The only way to break the spell of the word slavery system is being aware of what you are seeing. That’s it.

This is the Great Awakening in its entirety. This is why we have to accelerate it.

The way to identify the tactic is to identify the emotion behind any information you see. We all know on our side that fear is the greatest motivator. Fear can be fire or ice. Those words hit you and they can get you to do anything. Buy a product, get out in the streets and protest, vote for a certain candidate, or even take a vaccine.

Did they force anyone to take the jab?

Technically no. People took the jab because of the words they used that generated fear in the minds of people they suspended better judgement.

If you go back to COVID you remember the setup. A fast spreading disease around the world is all we heard on our TV’s. All the programming of TV and Movies for decades whether real or not gave us just enough information to back up what was going to happen right after. I remember every night before bed we would read off news headlines that talked about people dying and getting sick. Rising cases like a deadly gas spill in your area getting closer and closer all the time. With precision they slowly and steadily ramped up the fear language to the point where the black magic spell worked.

It only worked on the unaware. The people that don’t scrutinize and question everything they see and hear like we do. They didn’t distrust the “experts” because they had no reason to.

Never mind no one knew anyone who died of COVID.

And after a while the spell started to wear off because there was no truth or evidence of the magnitude the news was trying to sell us. People like you and I saw through that in like two weeks. The rest not so much.
909   Patrick   2023 Oct 30, 12:58pm  

Fact checkers lie about this, claiming it's a hoax, but Stefan Oelrich did literally say it:



Stefan Oelrich, president of Bayer’s Pharmaceuticals Division, made these comments at this year’s World Health Summit, which took place in Berlin from October 24-26 and hosted 6,000 people from 120 countries. Oelrich told his fellow international “experts” from academia, politics, and the private sector that the novel mRNA COVID “vaccines” are actually “cell and gene therapy” that would have otherwise been rejected by the public if not for a “pandemic” and favorable marketing.

“We are really taking that leap [to drive innovation] – us as a company, Bayer – in cell and gene therapies … ultimately the mRNA vaccines are an example for that cell and gene therapy. I always like to say: if we had surveyed two years ago in the public – ‘would you be willing to take a gene or cell therapy and inject it into your body?’ – we probably would have had a 95% refusal rate,” stated Oelrich.
912   HeadSet   2023 Oct 30, 3:02pm  

Patrick says

Did they force anyone to take the jab?

Technically no. People took the jab because of the words they used that generated fear in the minds of people they suspended better judgement.

Quite a few people were forced to take the jab or be fired, or if at college, take the jab or be forced out.
913   Patrick   2023 Oct 30, 3:10pm  

Right, I agree that it is definitely force to tell people take the jab or be fired or expelled from school or military.

I was just quoting https://startlemag.substack.com/p/beliephesy-memes
914   Patrick   2023 Oct 30, 3:31pm  


But terms such as “social distancing” (which clearly parallels such Chinese concepts as “social credit score”), along with newly empowered terms such as “public safety” and even “public health”, are being “privileged” — that is to say, given validity and authority — over and above that formerly fundamental Western premise, that society is made up of individuals with rights.

Phrases such as “social distancing,” are predicated, in contrast, on the core beliefs of societies that manage the ordering of movements or behavior of masses of people by compulsion, as they do in China.

The repetition of “social distancing”, “public health,” “public safety” etc., along with the weird little circles on the supermarket floor during 2020-2022 telling you where to stand, as if you were prisoners getting exercise in a prison yard, all served to rewire the Western brain to become accustomed to the concept that we can indeed be told where to go, where to stand, whom to touch, whom to avoid; and that our individual wishes and rights are fungible.

All of this repetition is mind-rewiring that undoes the Western brain’s original wiring toward liberty.
916   ForcedTQ   2023 Oct 30, 9:12pm  

Here’s an idea: anyone (right or left or in between) that espoused those ideas during CONVID times should be banned from voting. Clearly their tyrannical motives are not matched with the constitution. That should be the bare minimum punishment; No Amnesty!!!
917   Patrick   2023 Oct 31, 10:36am  


Surprisingly Yahoo still has Matthew Perry’s death in the news: acccording to this article, he died without drowning. That would imply that some sort of medical event like cardiac arrest as originally reported took him out. It’s almost like in times of old when a star died with all of the speculation in the comments section. One claimed it was a miracle that the 54 year old star had lived that long at all with past issues with alcohol and drugs. The commenters seem to think hhis heart gave out from past addictions, or it could have been his prescription drugs, or maybe he got back into drugs and somebody snuck in and out of the house, or maybe it was the hot tub water constricting his blood vessels…they speculate about everything but they don’t want to be one of those antivaxxer conspiracy theorists who thinks everybody dies from the jabs! No no no it couldn’t be that! And why can’t we just let him rest in peace already!
919   Patrick   2023 Nov 1, 8:35am  


There are about 10 cartels that control the US but the main interests driving Stakeholder Fascism are:

Big Pharma;

Big Tech;

Military contractors; and


Civil society is just expected to obey. Everything is decided by executive order. Government by the consent of the governed disappeared. The ideology that now governs our country operates from the belief that:

The Pharma State owns your body.

The Pharma State is all-knowing.

The Pharma State is infallible.

The Pharma State is going to reduce costs by having fewer useless eaters.

That’s the political and economic ideology of the Democratic Party, the mainstream media, the largest investment managers, academia, science and medicine, and nearly all elite institutions in this country. This is not some projected future dystopia, this is the ideology that governs our country right now.

Between creating a weaponized virus, blocking access to off-the-shelf treatments, imposing deadly hospital protocols, authorizing toxic Remdesivir, and injecting the most dangerous vaccines in history, Stakeholder Fascism has already killed over 7 million people worldwide.
924   Patrick   2023 Nov 5, 10:09am  


I wanted to share another thought on why less people want to be parents these days, especially because it became evident to me during COVID that this is a thread that runs through a lot of aspects of society: the obsession with "safety" means that we're willing to inflict an unlimited amount of misery on everyone in order to "save just one life".

There are tons of articles on how parenting has changed because of our obsession with safety, but most of them focus on the impact to our children. However, it has an effect on parenthood too.

We've decided that it's unsafe for kids to play outside in the backyard unsupervised, let alone roam the neighborhood with friends or go to the playground down the street by themselves. The result is that parents feel almost obliged to have their kids in the house with them ALL DAY; a task which very few people genuinely enjoy. Having lived in California, I watched someone call the cops at a playground because he was concerned there wasn't an adult hovering directly over a couple kids (probably 7 and 5). The very confused Dad who was playing catch with his son in the field across from the playground wandered over to see why the Police had arrived.

Society basically requires that you be a helicopter parent, or face the looming threat of having the authorities called at any time. All kids will be less independent, and all parents will be chained down, to prevent the risk of one kidnapping or accidental death.

Look at any article where either something bad has happened to a child, or a child is allowed to do something difficult or challenging. The comments are always parent-shaming. As we saw during COVID, not many people are willing to do anything that might expose them to public shame.
926   HeadSet   2023 Nov 5, 11:11am  

How many of you as kids jumped off a low roof with an umbrella thinking you would parachute to the ground? Own up.
929   Patrick   2023 Nov 7, 7:07pm  


i think the mask-querade really came down to one potent messaging mantra repeated endlessly until it broke brains and shunted aside critical faculties thereby becoming endlessly integrated into medical mythology:

“your mask protects me.”

"your mask protects me" was made up science but it was phenomenal propaganda.

this pseudo-moralistic psyop probably cannot ever be cured among the anxious and authority craving. it was just too perfect.

it's a societal spirochete penetrating the blood brain barrier and making mad those it infects. honestly, it’s worse. it’s basically herpes. and herpes is forever.

every time you get run down, it's there, waiting to flare up.

this pervasive propaganda essentially reframed the issue of wearing masks from being a "choice" into being a "duty." that’s powerful stuff.

that's how you take away the perception of freedom to act.

it's also how you give everyone who complies permission to attack those who do not comply.

"why are you threatening me!"

it turns your aspirations toward autonomy into perceived assault on/by others. in this, it represents the perfect way to pit society against itself and turn it into its own self-policing tyranny.

those who comply are instantly furious with any who do not. “i’m caring for you, why won’t you care for me!?!” is permission to act beastly while cloaked in purported virtue. and that’s impossibly seductive stuff for the addled, anxious, and angry.

truly, it was an astonishing piece of messaging.

that said, what people seem to miss in all this is that this was NOT new. this happens all the time. it’s being framed and hurtled at society all the time. you see echoes of it all over; this one was just unusually visible because it had such a clear physical marker. ...

shifting the duty of "making me feel secure" upon the rest of the world by casting obedience as "alliance" is a classic brainwashing technique.

if you put it out in the world and see who wants to play “perpetual discontent” it also selects for deeply anti-social adherents.

they want attention, assurance, and status and because people who already had paths to such things would not feel a need to seek them by playing the victim, you’re also selecting for failures and losers. and if there’s one thing failures and losers hate, it’s success stories and winners. it’s why they war on virtue, self-reliance, and even beauty.

this is also why the “everything is structural, there is no success from merits” mantra stands as so persuasive to them: because it makes their failure into someone else’s fault. you had privilege. you oppressed me unconsciously. you were not my ally.

“if you had just worn your mask, i would have gotten into harvard.”

it’s your fault if this does not scream “woman” to you.

it’s your job to make sure that everyone gets to be jessica rabbit. no one gets to say no. it’s duty, not choice.

see how it’s all the same issue? the same frame?

it’s all “if you are upset or unwell, it’s someone else’s fault and they should have to fix it.”

no wonder these people cannot get better and instead keep getting worse.

no wonder nothing can appease them.

it’s all just kabuki enabling of an ongoing crisis culture.
930   Patrick   2023 Nov 8, 9:29am  


“…we care about being in the numerical majority even when we don’t necessarily care about the group and even when the group opinion is merely an illusion. Acting on instinct, in social situations our brains don’t actually bother to make the distinction between appearance and reality…Even in the absence of intentional pressure or incentives, we like to go along with what we think is the consensus because, quite simply, we’re biologically wired to do so.”
931   HeadSet   2023 Nov 8, 10:24am  

Patrick says


“…we care about being in the numerical majority even when we don’t necessarily care about the group and even when the group opinion is merely an illusion. Acting on instinct, in social situations our brains don’t actually bother to make the distinction between appearance and reality…Even in the absence of intentional pressure or incentives, we like to go along with what we think is the consensus because, quite simply, we’re biologically wired to do so.”

Non-verbose version - "People are sheep."
933   Patrick   2023 Nov 8, 11:37am  


While, under certain perverted fiction-based logic, I could see why she would not allow unvaccinated people to come near the baby, Redditor /u/sexandjack also decided not even to send baby pictures to her unvaccinated parents.

Many other vaccinated pregnant women chimed in in support. They cut off their moms, dads, or siblings for not getting the Covid vaccine.

Strangely, they blame their relatives and feel “hurt” by the relatives’ irresponsible health choices. The redditor above smugly points out how the relatives are “making a choice and have to deal with consequences.”

My baby’s health is more important than your feelings, another Redditor quips, seemingly enjoying the anguish of relatives that she is blocking from seeing her baby.

Above, /u/bachennoir complains about feeling lonely and isolated from her relatives. The irony is completely lost on her that the preceding sentence explains her loneliness by showing her nasty personality! She says, “This is why I think OP’s decision not to share pictures is actually a good one.” I hope you agree: if there is one thing that could make the mother lonely, it is not sharing pictures - but I digress.

There is a truly tragic comment: /u/unicornshoenicorn reports that Covid vaccine killed her father - via blood clots - and yet she unyieldingly demands that her remaining terrified relatives get the COVID vaccine if they are to see her baby:

935   Ceffer   2023 Nov 9, 11:37pm  

Patrick says

Just like "safe and effective".

More like part of a complete GMO and additives castration.
936   Patrick   2023 Nov 10, 10:42pm  


It was criminal how nurses prohibited all HCQ and ivermectin.
938   stereotomy   2023 Nov 12, 1:32pm  

Patrick says


It was criminal how nurses prohibited all HCQ and ivermectin.

I will have an essentially antagonistic relationship with any GP or non-emergency doctor going forward. They pushed the poke 'n croak for profit - FUCK THEM. I'll run through them like @Rin's whores until I find one that will do what I want, when I want it.

No disrespect to @Rin - your cocktail of nutraceuticals brought me from uncertainty to confidence. I'm spreading the gospel one by one.
939   Patrick   2023 Nov 12, 1:51pm  

@stereotomy Me too.

I wasn't too sure about doctors before, but now, after years of their relentless shilling for the obviously dangerous and ineffective toxxine, I really don't trust them at all.

And right, they work for you, not the other way around. You don't have to do what they say. They have to do what you say, or you can find another one who will.
940   BeneTiberCato   2023 Nov 13, 8:48am  

Patrick says

stereotomy Me too.

I wasn't too sure about doctors before, but now, after years of their relentless shilling for the obviously dangerous and ineffective toxxine, I really don't trust them at all.

And right, they work for you, not the other way around. You don't have to do what they say. They have to do what you say, or you can find another one who will.

Something about how medical students have to memorize everything, and comply with protocols, and they have to be subservient to the doctors above them in the pyramid. So they really are not capable by their training to think critically about protocols and hierarchies, or to question agencies like FDA, CDC, WHO, etc. Not my thought, I picked this up somewhere on Substack, probably.

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