Friday, July 4, 2014

Emotional Contagion

Why Humanity is Too Frail to Hear the Great Admission

Frequent readers of this column know that I stubbornly stuck to the claim that Pres. Obama will be making an “announcement” before he leaves office, and not just any old mundane announcement, such as pulling troops out of Iraq (though this week we hear he’s putting a few troops back in, thanks to the unaccounted-for crime that originally broke that country up illegally).  No, this “announcement” – which I’m now referring to as the ‘Great Admission’ – will herald the so-called ‘End Times’, and it’s not an announcement anyone should wish for.  Yes, it will bring some vestige of vindication for myself and the others who have known for quite some time about what’s coming before the current presidential term ends, but that’s not as important as having one last year in glorious ignorance, free to watch the best movies, eat decent food, meet and spend time with all kinds of people under the current, Covered-up set of circumstances.  Because after the Great Admission, society will be forever changed and martial law will be waiting in the wings.  Waiting, that is, for the incidents sure to come in which unwitting but well-meaning patriots let loose full-throttle against the socialist dictator, one who will be reluctantly fulfilling their worst fears as he tries to ensure that every American (actually, every human, though his first priority is to defend the US and its Constitution) gets as fair a chance as any other in facing the cataclysms culminating in the poleshift. Literal, physical, real...not just a magnetic pole shift.

While the above paragraph shouldn’t hold anything new for those who know how I think, and are somewhat aware of what I know, what sparked me to take fingers to keyboard this time was the confluence of several recent events.  The first was the recently admitted-to study conducted secretively by Facebook in which almost a quarter-million subscribers had their newsfeeds tampered with, half with the positive news removed and half with the negative news removed.  Just as one might expect, those who only received negative news in their newsfeeds were posting much more negative comments both on their own pages and on their friends' and news websites, and vice-versa.  Naturally they discovered what most Establishment news organs have known all along, which is why many people have drifted away from the Original PTB (Powers That Be, from the David Halberstam book of the same name), which were the Big Three broadcast networks, The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times and to a lesser degree The Chicago Tribune.

Somehow people feel uneasy that they’ve been lied to, for years and years.  Maybe they’ve known for a long time, maybe they’re new to having been lied to, but for many it is too much to bear to consider that they’ve been lied to purposefully about the biggest issues and for the longest time.  Ironically, the bigger the lie, the more it's usually accepted by the public.  This issue with Facebook will become a bigger story in the long run than many people right now realize.

They were studying “emotional contagion”.  As reported in various mainstream media outlets recently, the study concluded that “Emotional states can be transferred to others via emotional contagion, leading people to experience the same emotions without their awareness,” as the authors wrote.

Keeping that in mind, let’s look at the next item:  “Scary climate-change predictions prompt a change of forecast”.  This was in one of the leading opinion-forming newspapers just mentioned above, The Washington Post; the full headline read “On N.C.’s Outer Banks, Scary climate-change predictions prompt a change of forecast”. [Read the full article here:]

In short, the article describes how the outgoing Democratic governor of North Carolina had ordered a webpage set up at [Here’s the page at the moment of this writing:] In the interests of expediency in explanation, I have a screen shot so the reader can see the glaring impact of Emotional Contagion, or rather the fear of reality as it begins to sink in.

There are three important take-aways in the above image.  One, there is a glaring red-letter (prefaced by the all-important exclamation mark) that serves as a disclaimer.  It does everything but deny the information contained in the site by stating “(!) This site is under development and is still draft. Do not quote or cite data.  Site is subject to disruptions for updates and revisions.”  It might as well have said “The incoming Republican governor and his team have received large contributions from realtors and property owners and are resisting the outgoing Democratic governor’s attempts to alert state residents as to the threat climate change poses by how far underwater their properties may be inundated due to rising sea levels.”  Note also the additional line at the very bottom of the webpage, which shows it is being remodeled to reflect the new administration’s attitude: “Disclaimer could go here.” And to ensure the public will never get to use the tool the site houses, the main link to it (the “Getting Started” button) goes nowhere; it merely refreshes the page. 

Whew, that was a close one!  Stopped the humongous whoosh! that would have represented billions of dollars in property values going down the drain.  Hilarious, if it wasn’t for the fact that what is at play is the fear that “climate change” (a euphemism for the coming poleshift and the causes for it) will decimate the economies of, well, the whole world.  As the Post article puts it, “Nationwide, $700 billion of coastal property could be below mean sea level by the end of the century — and an additional $730 billion could be at risk at high tide…”

In short what happened is this:  a realtor heard about the site and the tool that it links to, allowing anyone to plug in their address and see how far underwater it is calculated to be – using the quite conservative “climate change” models that suggest problems decades in the future.  (This is one way the Establishment has used to quell any potential anxiety in the population; put the date far into the future.  The only problem is, properties are usually sold with an average mortgage life of 30 years, which puts it smack dab into cataclysmic territory.) She became alarmed because if anyone used the tool, which is a Google tool that can show flooding over any portion of the globe’s surface, and saw the anticipated 39-inch rise in sea levels that would affect the Outer Banks (and the properties she represented, not to mention her own home), investors would flee in droves.  Something had to be done, and was.  As the Post goes on to point out, North Carolina’s “greedy developers were lampooned as trying to outlaw the rising tide”.

Rrrrrrright.  You don’t like a prediction, send in business leaders of the “Risky Business Project”, which is an actual conclave of business leaders who took to their corporate jets at Chapel Hill and Charlotte to meet with “senior Obama administration officials” this past week to urge them to initiate “new policies to forestall climate change”.  To paraphrase Jim Morrison of The Doors:  you cannot forestall the Lord with ‘policy changes’.  Building ever-higher sea walls and clamping down on carbon-producing coal-fired power plants will not reverse “climate change”, and both parties are equally guilty of lying about the issue and both are equally right as well. 

“Climate change” is the result of the magnetic mass of the planet Nibiru acting upon the Earth’s magnetic field, causing it to wobble (the ‘polar vortex’ was/is the most glaring proof of this).  It is “real” in that sense, though it is not caused by “global warming”, which was the term’s predecessor though that fell out of favor when it was revealed that a group of leading scientists’ emails discussing the doctoring of data became public.  Dems score one, lose one.  Republicans are in denial about “global warming”, which they have every right to be and are correct in that our “carbon footprint” is not the cause of climate change.  However, they are also in denial about the fact there actually IS a change in our climate, and that the leading lights of the Republican administrations and their power-lackeys have been aware of the real cause of said climate change but have insisted on keeping a tight lid on the Cover-up – due to both their own precarious perch on privilege as well as the probability of public panic were it widely known. GOP loses one, scores one.

And so we await the Great Admission that will finally and reluctantly come from the socialist dictator waiting in the wings – Barack Obama.  Put yourself in his shoes and you can well imagine how Judas Iscariot felt (an analogy for another day).  As we await and dread the day of this announcement, those who have promoted the Cover-up and will continue to do so after the announcement are now studying “emotional contagion”, to see what they can glean from the evidence of our behavior when news is carefully scripted as the Facebook study showed. 

Finally, there is a personal example that recently occurred that really brought home the idea of “emotional contagion”.  It first happened when a friend had sent me a Youtube video to watch, one in which the Republican congressional committee with IRS oversight was grilling the IRS commissioner over alleged targeting of so-called “patriot” groups.  I remarked that if I saw yet another of these videos of the scandals du jour, such as Benghazi or the IRS kerfuffle, I would “puke”.  Of course I wasn’t directing my outrage at my friend, but the power of video can do that.  Ironically at the same time another friend was up in arms and deep into a rant about another video he had just shared with me, it having been shared with him by his girlfriend, in which a young man filmed himself leaving work to go home and find the cops had shot his dog – who was secure in his back yard until one cop opened up the high wooden gate to gain access while looking for a child who had wandered away from his own home.  Gate opens, dog barks and lunges, cop shoots, dog dies, owner cries, cop shrugs his shoulders.  Of course this would outrage ANYONE, whether or not they owned a dog. 

To top it all off, I shared that video with someone else, who then got upset at the topic (“Cops Shoot Guy’s Dog”) and became very depressed over the very thought, even though the video link didn’t work.  It was the very idea of it that allowed her to create a mental visual, enough to allow for “emotional contagion” to take hold.

All told, six people and two videos were involved in that vignette, and when I heard what Facebook had been doing and what the Republicans in North Carolina are trying to do, it dawned on me that not only is the Establishment testing the populace to see how much it can be contaminated by ‘emotional contagion’, it’s also taking steps to proactively restrict access to information - even the Establishment-approved paradigm of "climate change" -  that will allow the public to plan accordingly for what is coming.  We all seem to be singing from the same hymnal these days, and it’s that tune from the mid-1970s Broadway super soul musical based on the Wizard of Oz, “The Wiz”, and it’s hit “Don’t Nobody Bring Me No Bad News”. [Side note for MJ-12 researchers: the first Broadway production opened in January 1975 at the MAJESTIC Theatre.]

As Diana Ross’ character sings it, huge swathes of the western world are ticking time bombs, who despite the endless stream of digital stimuli engulfing them on an hourly basis are still susceptible to the truly horrendous, stunning and disturbing in that virtual diet:

'Cause I wake up already negative
And I've wired up my fuse
So don't nobody bring me no bad news
You can verbalize and vocalize
But just bring me the clues

Don't nobody bring me no bad news

Bring some message in your head
Or in something you can't lose
But don't you ever bring me no bad news

If you're gonna bring me something
Bring me something I can use
But don't you bring me no bad news

© Diana Ross  “Don’t Nobody Bring Me No Bad News”


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