The Lugenpresse at CBS news spewed forth a poll Thursday with horrific ramifications. The poll results themselves may be entirely concocted but irregardless, its outcome points to the narrative that is forthcoming, namely that pajama people are afraid of their own shadows and have bought hook, line and sinker into the alleged dangers of the cronyvirus.
The poll was conducted by YouGov using a nationally representative sample of 2,112 U.S. residents interviewed between April 20 and 22.
According to the poll, 63 percent of Americans are more worried about restrictions lifting too fast and worsening the outbreak than worry about lifting restrictions too slowly and worsening the economy. A minority of 37 percent allegedly believe that slowly reopening translated into the economy getting worse. This is despite lowered projections of the death toll to 66,000 in the U.S. based on padded numbers.
And for those who doubt the padded numbers, this may be the single best short to the point clip on the scamdemic — and it doesn’t even address the fact that many of the cases classified as covid-19-related weren’t even actually tested for the virus at all.
Watch in now, because it may soon be taken down by YouTube.
What makes the poll results double-bind sketchy is that 26.4 million, or 16.7% of the work force, have filed for unemployment claims over the last five weeks. The vast majority of these pajama people responded that they are in serious financial trouble.
Astonishingly, only 13% say they would definitely return to public places if restrictions were lifted right now, regardless of what else happened with the outbreak. This data suggests that the economy will be mired in a deep depression for quarters and even years to come, even if the lock down is mitigated. This is being fueled by new Crime Syndicate talk of second and third waves of the scamdemic. The population is going to be gamed unmercifully by these criminals.
Pretty much slam dunking a supply chain catastrophe, less than half — just 44% — said they would be comfortable going to a workplace outside the home.
More shocking numbers: Only 13% would be comfortable going to a large sports or entertainment event. Only 15% would be comfortable getting on an airplane. This is after the lock down. It suggests there’s no chance of that V-shaped recovery on which the central bank-infected stock “market” is betting.
And don’t count on protests to alter this travesty if the poll is to be believed. A majority of authoritarian followers and pajama people (62%) oppose the protesters who have been in state capitals recently calling for lifting of state lock downs. These people are so brainwashed that they are now afraid of their own shadow. As only 23% support protest, this suggests the New Underworld Order can impose unlimited gray state draconian and double-bind psyops to deal with a cold, and will face minimal popular resistance.
As far as ending the lock down in the foreseeable future of say a month, we see constant Chinese water torture backpedaling as dates are hinted out and then extended. In Europe, some countries will allow small shops, bars and restaurants to open but, given the CBS poll, don’t look for many to patronize them.
A Gallup poll at the end of March and a Rasmussen poll in mid April produced similar results. But these two polls also revealed that the disparity in views among those polled was highly correlated to their political party identification. This likely indicates that people are being strongly influenced by news media reporting that’s steeped in pro- and anti-Trump fake Hegelian dialectics.
Double Bind Brainwashing
Black propaganda is false information that purports to be from a source on one side of a conflict but is actually from the opposing side. This, and false-dialectic mind games (Clinton vs. Trump, red vs. blue, whites vs. blacks, etc.) is something the population is being continually subjected to.
Gregory Bateson’s research focused on double-bind theory as a sinister brainwashing and propaganda technique. A double bind is an emotionally distressing dilemma in which an individual (or group) receives two or more conflicting messages, and one message negates the other. This creates a situation in which a successful response to one message results in a failed response to the other (and vice versa), so that the person will automatically be wrong regardless of response. The double bind occurs when the person cannot confront the inherent dilemma, and, therefore, can neither resolve it nor opt out of the situation. I also like to think of this as a dead end.
Double-think is an adoption of this method and is the act of simultaneously accepting two mutually contradictory beliefs as correct. Double-think is notable due to cognitive dissonance, meaning the person is completely unaware of any conflict or contradiction.
According to George Orwell’s book “1984,” double-think is:
To know and not to know, to be conscious of complete truthfulness while telling carefully constructed lies, to hold simultaneously two opinions, which cancelled out, knowing them to be contradictory and believing in both of them, to use logic against logic, to repudiate morality while laying claim to it …
The classic example given of a negative double-bind is of a mother telling her child that she loves him or her while at the same time turning away in disgust or inflicting corporal punishment as discipline (“I’m spanking you because I love you!”). The words are socially acceptable, but the body language is in conflict with the message.
The field of neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) also makes use of “double bind.” Here, a communication could be constructed with multiple messages, whereby the recipient of the message is given the impression of choice — although both options have the same outcome at a higher level of intention. This is known as a “double bind” in NLP terminology.
The mind controllers then meld double binds or dead ends with the concept of injunctions. According to Bateson, a “primary injunction” is imposed on the subject by the others in one of two forms:
- (a) “Do X, or I will punish you”
- (b) “Do not do X, or I will punish you”
- (or both a and b)
A “secondary injunction” is imposed on the subject, conflicting with the first at a higher and more abstract level. For example, “You must do X, but only do it because you want to.” It is unnecessary for this injunction to be expressed verbally.
If necessary, a “tertiary injunction” is imposed on the subject to prevent them from escaping the dilemma.
The punishment may include the withdrawing of love, the expression of hate and anger, or abandonment resulting from the authority figure’s expression of helplessness. A common tactic is gaslighting or shaming.
Typically, a demand is imposed upon the subject by someone he or she respects (or thinks should be respected), but the demand itself is inherently impossible to fulfill because some broader context forbids it. For example, this situation arises when a person in a position of authority imposes two contradictory conditions, but there exists an unspoken rule that one must never question authority.
Unlike the usual no-win situation, the subject has difficulty in defining the exact nature of the paradoxical situation in which he or she is caught. The contradiction may be invisible to external observers, only becoming evident when a prior communication is considered.
Growing up and being subjected to perpetual double binds could lead to learned patterns of confusion in thinking and communication. It can even induce societal schizophrenia and psychosis. Bateson and his colleagues hypothesized that schizophrenic thinking was a learned confusion in thinking and could be induced on whole populations.
Bateson had established a scholarly relationship with hypnotist Milton Erickson as early as 1932. Erickson’s research involved the idea that hypnotically effective trance states could be established in the course of ordinary life activities, such as reading, talking to a therapist or watching motion pictures, especially if intense and traumatic emotional states could be evoked by the experience. During such trance states, Erickson believed, the subconscious mind of the the target could be accessed by means of hypnotic suggestion [Atwill].