In a departure from my usual practice of deconstructing establishment media narratives this article will be different. We stand at a crossroads in our democratic republic and if you don’t understand the threat presented here… the information that is presented as a result of the hard work done by others… then that’s on you… we tried…
Begin with an examination of why we believe what we do and how that governs our reaction to disasters…
Normalcy bias: The phenomenon of disbelieving one’s situation when faced with grave and imminent danger and/or catastrophe. As in over focusing on the actual phenomenon instead of taking evasive action, a state of paralysis.
Cognitive dissonance: refers to a situation involving conflicting attitudes, beliefs or behaviors. This produces a feeling of mental discomfort leading to an alteration in one of the attitudes, beliefs or behaviors to reduce the discomfort and restore balance.
Out Of The Shadows documentary lifts the mask on how the mainstream media and Hollywood manipulate and control the masses by propagandizing their content to use your normalcy bias and cognitive dissonance against you.
According to the filmmakers, their goal is to shed light on how we have been lied to and brainwashed by a hidden enemy with a sinister agenda.
For the rest of this article you will be directed to Sundance who is a far better writer than I can ever hope to be. Sundance… a man whose faith and preparedness to work through crisis situations informs his ability to see everything clearly…
… Modern journalists, no more essential to life than scripted narrative engineers dancing as puppets on strings in boxes, are inconsequential. The true American story is not built upon celebrity; but rather grit, callouses and dirty fingernails. Farmers, truck drivers, stock clerks and supermarket cashiers are essential; …dancing puppets, not so much.
Good grief man, cowboy-the-f*ck-up. You are not being tossed a pack of Lucky Strikes and told to storm the beaches of Normandy. You have to wash your hands, stop touching your face and sit on your ass while keeping distant from the check-out-girl. This ain’t hard.
Here’s a tip to Stelter: Cry more. The reality of your misery is worse than you can even imagine. Your enterprise is not only irrelevant, but your self-indulgent cries for affirmation are meaningless. Every fiber of your woeful existence is inadequate in an era when grit, fortitude, perseverance & strength are the greatest human commodity.
Cry more. What you provide is useless. Your professional existence has no merit.
Read Sundance’s article here. Well worth the effort.