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spread95

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Back on topic as we seem to have drifted off, Misses has just had her letter about her jab, told her it was because she was an old git, she says it the first time she's come first since we've been together:(
 

MakeItSmooth

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They are shills
Controlled opposition

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Yes, it's simple (but devious) psychological manipulation to have some controlled opposition publicly oppose the jab for a period of time (and attract followers who are suspicious of the jab), but subsequently choreograph that controlled opposition into publicly 'changing their mind' about the issue.
It destabilises the level of certainty of the followers who have, up until that point, been certain in their own opposition and that of the figurehead(s) they've been cheerleading & following, and 'sharing' their certainty with. In other words, witnessing a leader change their mind (potentially) makes followers doubt their own viewpoint, because it has suddenly become at odds with that of their leader.
 
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BryanJ

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Yes, it's simple (but devious) psychological manipulation to have some controlled opposition publicly oppose the jab for a period of time (and attract followers who are suspicious of the jab), but subsequently choreograph that controlled opposition into publicly 'changing their mind' about the issue, in order to destabilise the level of certainty of the followers who have, up until that point, been certain in their own opposition and that of the figurehead(s) they've been cheerleading & following.
Does not sound simple to me, could you explain it again, with pictures?
 

spread95

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Yes, it's simple (but devious) psychological manipulation to have some controlled opposition publicly oppose the jab for a period of time (and attract followers who are suspicious of the jab), but subsequently choreograph that controlled opposition into publicly 'changing their mind' about the issue, in order to destabilise the level of certainty of the followers who have, up until that point, been certain in their own opposition and that of the figurehead(s) they've been cheerleading & following.
Or perhaps they have read all the information and decided they were wrong in there initial decision. A lot only read what they want to read and make one sided decisions
 

Rossi46

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Or perhaps they have read all the information and decided they were wrong in there initial decision. A lot only read what they want to read and make one sided decisions
Strange behaviour though. To spend months putting out very opinionated videos criticising the government and then, jab, no more vids. Screams pressure or pay off.
 

spread95

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Strange behaviour though. To spend months putting out very opinionated videos criticising the government and then, jab, no more vids. Screams pressure or pay off.
We'll probably never know. I do find it strange how the internet knows everthing about everyone but still nobody knows anything.
 

MakeItSmooth

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Does not sound simple to me, could you explain it again, with pictures?

Humans are social creatures. They like to draw strength (& certainty) from forming likeminded groups. Sudden, unexpected, non-conformists are unsettling to the group and to each individual within the group. It upsets the apple cart, and may weaken the resolve of members within the group (let's not forget that old adversarial favourite 'divide & conquer').

Sometimes this kind of scenrio can happen naturally. Humans are fickle, new information can change a person's mind, etc.
However, someone devious, with an understanding of basic human psychology, has an opportunity to destabilise public opposition by playing the long game and deliberately planning to choreograph such a scenario. When it involves loudly outspoken media personalities, it does raise a degree of suspicion that perhaps it might have been planned (either by the individual themselves or by someone higher up their chain of command) to create loud opposition for a while, only to suddenly pull the wheels off it at a chosen point in time.
 
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spread95

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Humans are social creatures. They like to draw strength (& certainty) from forming likeminded groups. Sudden, unexpected, non-conformists are unsettling to the group and to each individual within the group. It upsets the apple cart.
Not Dollar hes one of a kind. He follows no one . Sheep are devils
 

tapit

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Yes, it's simple (but devious) psychological manipulation to have some controlled opposition publicly oppose the jab for a period of time (and attract followers who are suspicious of the jab), but subsequently choreograph that controlled opposition into publicly 'changing their mind' about the issue.
It destabilises the level of certainty of the followers who have, up until that point, been certain in their own opposition and that of the figurehead(s) they've been cheerleading & following, and 'sharing' their certainty with. In other words, witnessing a leader change their mind (potentially) makes followers doubt their own viewpoint, because it has suddenly become at odds with that of their leader.
Ah ha, all i need is to get @essexandy to post a pic of himself using the beadfix tape.
 
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