7 Responses to “MASS PSYCHOSIS – How an Entire Population Becomes MENTALLY ILL”

  1. Aldous says:

    “MASS PSYCHOSIS – How an Entire Population Becomes MENTALLY ILL”
    Tell me about it!
    White-tailed deer found to be huge reservoir of coronavirus infection…
    https://theconversation.com/white-tailed-deer-found-to-be-huge-reservoir-of-coronavirus-infection-171268?utm_source=pocket-newtab-global-en-GB

    FFS! They’re coming to take me away to the Funny Farm!
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Fn36l_z3WY (2:10)

  2. Aldous says:

    The dead are (going to be) the lucky ones if we continue on this self-destructive path.
    I remember a great, late flying instructor telling me on long finals that if we continued on a bad approach of mine that we were both likely to die and he didn’t want to peg-out the wrong side of the fence.
    He would be 100+ now. Sigh.

    • emm jay says:

      Aldous, in your first comment here you brought to my mind Yossarian, in Catch 22. That guy and that book made me laugh and cry in equal measure.

      • Aldous says:

        Hi emm jay. Do you remember where Jon Voight’s character sold all the parachutes off for his BS company? Priceless.
        I remember once having to release a malfunctioned main and then deploying the reserve parachute. I watched as it opened above me beautifully. Phew I thought.
        I’m glad Jon Voight wasn’t packing them.

      • emm jay says:

        Ah Minderbinder or Milo, or both, and the silk trading? Bloody hell Aldous, bet you could tell some tales! Seriously though, you’re a brave guy, much respect to you.

      • Aldous says:

        All my flying and parachute ratings have timed-out now and my ageing medical pretty much zaps them all anyway, though I would still be able to get an Airbus or Boeing safely on the ground if both pilots died of the Covidhoax Kill Shots. Flying these days is far too easy and automated. Pilots are more ‘flight deck managers’ than pilots.
        Do you remember when there were two drivers on a train plus the conductor/guard? We now have one driver and they are trying to get rid of the guard as well. Frightening or what? I remember a friend and I intervening when some girls were being harassed by some yobs. It was a long train but at last there was a guard somewhere on the train. We came close to pulling the emergency cord but the train pulled into its next stop and the yobs fled the scene. Maybe my friend and I should have got more physical with them and taught them a lesson but we were both in the mil at the time and on the backfoot somewhat – bringing the mil into disrepute etc.

        Anyway, they are now seriously thinking about retiring First Officers/Co-pilots as being surplus to requirement. Cabin crew need to watch their backs as well..
        In the future, the Co-pilot will be replaced by a Rottweiler; the pilot’s only job is to feed the Rot; the Rot’s job is to ensure that the pilot touches absolutely nothing.
        Think I’m joking?

  3. danceaway says:

    http://journalpulp.com/2021/09/22/why-do-so-many-still-believe-dr-mattias-desmet-professor-of-clinical-psychology-at-ghent-university-belgium-gives-an-exceptionally-incisive-explanation/

    Have you all heard this? I first heard him interviewed by Reimer Fuellmich, but this interview is even clearer, I feel, and here it is posted by a person in the same field who is blown away by it. So although there is a lot here, including other interviews, it is just too good not to share. It is one of those which stays in one’s mind and you carry it around with you, or at least I do!

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