Narrative, we can all tell a story to one extent or another, and some are better at it that others, but the narrative we hear on the mainstream isn’t for all of us, it’s only for about 70% of the populace, because for some reason, about 30% of the people actually think for themselves to one degree or another.
So why the 30%, because for one reason or another, the 70%, or there about seems to come to the fore again and again, and was made famous in the, what should be more well known, Stanley Millgram experiment.
Stanley Millgram: Obedience To Authority
And this sort of experiment makes a lot of people very uncomfortable because they never would believe that they would ever be part of that 70%. And if there is 100 people in the room look around.
So we are living in some really interesting times with the greatest historical lessons being played out right in front of our eyes, and if one ever wonders how populations can be fooled, here’s a clue, it’s normally done through lies, deception and misinformation, and if one ever wondered how the people of Russia, Germany and others through the ages were fooled to fall for their dictatorships, ask yourself, can you see what’s going on, if you can, or if you can’t, either way, that’s your answer.
And generally it’s all done through the media of the day, for remember, we’re all part of the world’s biggest hypnotists show, it’s just that the majority of us don’t even realize.
Derren Brown’s Most Incredible Hypnosis Tricks
For the mainstream narrative is the new sugar
The Dangers Of Sugar
Getting away from the mainstream narrative is like breaking an addiction to refined sugar, when you get away from it you realize how much damage it is doing, and if you go back, you realize how sickly it really is