“Propaganda does not deceive people; it merely helps them to deceive themselves.”
~ Eric Hoffer (1996). “The Passionate State of Mind”
I spent recent days in what could be described as a psychological dystopic state of bewilderment, but then I remembered the fact that the modern American humanoid is merely a controlled drone, and his puppet master is the controlling governing state. This has long been the prevailing mood of the people, but this recent stark reminder solidified that reality.
I am rarely confused about what is going on, and have been warning about the actual controllers and their state pawn’s desires to control the masses for two decades, but sometimes things happen that are so starkly ridiculous and telling, that one has to stop what he is doing, pause, and reflect on what is being acted out in real time. After contemplation of surrounding robotic behavior, the truth usually appears, and the sky opens up. That has been the case lately.
I will base my initial comments on a local anecdotal experience, but one that is currently being played out across this entire country, even in places that have been and still are nearly fully communistic in nature. While Montana has not been nearly as absurd as some states like California, Oregon, New York, Colorado, and others, certain cities have remained since the beginning of this ‘pandemic’ farce, locked down and controlled by the local political scum in such a manner as to be reminiscent of totalitarian regimes. The city of Bozeman has been one of those places, at least until just very recently. It has been for a year or more a place of extreme shutdowns, draconian rules and enforcement, horrible restrictions, and full masking everywhere. That just changed nearly overnight.
I have been refused entry or service over and over again on every attempt to visit, dine, and shop there for many months, and mask wearing compliance was virtually 100% it seemed, inside and out, since this insanity began early last year. It was a rarity indeed to see any on the street without a mask, and many were ready to either stare, ridicule, or confront anyone walking around maskless. This not only changed in Montana this Memorial Day weekend, it changed nationwide.