What is the definition of Mass Formation Psychosis?
Psychosis is when people lose some contact with reality.
Mass formation psychosis is when a large part of a society focuses its attention to a leader(s) or a series of events and their attention focuses on one small point or issue.
Followers can be hypnotized and be led anywhere, regardless of data proving otherwise.
A key aspect of the phenomena is that the people they identify as the leaders – the one’s that can solve the problem or issue alone – they will follow that leader(s) regardless of any new information or data.
Furthermore, anybody who questions the leader’s narrative are attacked and disregarded.
There are four key components needed for an environment to experience a mass formation psychosis:
- Lack of social bonds or decoupling of societal connections
- Lack of sense-making (things don’t make sense)
- Free-floating anxiety (general sense of uneasiness that is not tied to any particular object or specific situation)
- Free-floating psychological discontent.
When followers start to participate in a strategy to deal with the object of anxiety, new social bonds typically emerge and people change from a highly aversive negative mental state and isolation, to the exact opposite to the extremely high-level of connectedness that exists.
Please share this far and wide. This is what is happening. Help those who can’t see it yet. The suppression of free speech has played a brutal role in this mass formation psychosis. @joerogan pic.twitter.com/l9PUWQXKoF
— Laurence Fox ✝️ (@LozzaFox) January 1, 2022
As you may know, this result does not show up under Google, but does when you go through duck duck go. F**k Google!
This strange phenomenon currently sweeping across our society is what Dr. Robert Malone and Dr. Peter McCullough described and emphasized.
Yesterday, Texas Congressman Troy Nehls submitted the transcript from the Rogan experience podcast episode #1757 with Dr. Robert Malone to the Congressional Record. Big tech wants to restrict access to this information, but they cannot censor the Congressional Record.
Today, I submitted the transcript from the @joerogan experience podcast episode #1757 with Dr. Robert Malone to the Congressional Record.
Big tech wants to restrict your access to this information- but they cannot censor the Congressional Record.
— Congressman Troy Nehls (@RepTroyNehls) January 3, 2022
You can find the 43-page transcript of the conversation here.
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