15 August 2019

Dialling Nine One One

Helping people distinguish between fantasy and reality is a noble deed; purposefully blurring the two is a dastardly one.

"The masses have never thirsted after truth. They turn aside from evidence that is not to their taste, preferring to deify error, if error seduces them. Whoever can supply them with illusions is easily their master; whoever attempts to destroy their illusions is always their victim."

Gustave Le Bon
The Crowd: A Study of the Popular Mind (1895)

The turgid interconnections between the military, perceptions of reality and the common people run deep.

Not only have millions of people bought into the concept of crony nationalism, but they're also ready to vociferously defend heinous actions while denying obvious facts to the detriment of all human beings. Instead of accepting facts, potentially to their own detriment, crony nationalists, instead, are in favour of accepting lies for the betterment of their own house.

To demonstrate the naivety of such plebians, one can venture into the catacombs of the Internet and visit reprobate-infested social-media platforms that elevate plebian ignorance to unprecedented heights.

Previous forays have included an expose of the feminazi mind, a dissection of corrupted militarised psyches and a fly-on-the-wall documentary insight into skilled incompetence in modern business

Into the theatre of war

On this particular occasion, a retired army order-follower posted a celebratory post on popular social media platform LinkedIn, praising a lieutenant colonel-grade order-follower serving in the US army. 

Apparently, according to official sources (verified, certified, authorised and bona fide by the appropriate official professional expert authority on the matter - namely: Government), something amazing happened.

A woman by the name of Marilyn Wills had miraculously remembered her sweater when going to work at the Pentagon on 11 September 2001 - the day of the most famous terrorist attack in history.

For all the attention-span deficient people out there, here's a 5-minute recap of what happened that day:

Meanwhile, all those with healthy attention spans should review Dr Judy Wood's research into the matter:

Whilst cavorting with other order-followers at the Pentagon on the day in question, an alleged passenger plane struck the building, leaving Ms Wills and her cohorts trapped inside on the 2nd floor, surrounded by a raging inferno and falling debris on all sides.

The story is right out of a Hollywood plotline with the cherry on the cake being the following extract:
"Wills crouched in a fetal position, her hair on fire. 
The sweater now soaked from the sprinklers, provided water as Wills and her co-workers sucked on its fibers as they groped and crawled for an exit through the smoke.
As Wills searched for an open door, an older woman who was a civilian employee grabbed the cuffs of her pants, complaining that she couldn't breathe.
"I told her, 'No, we've got to get out. Just get on my back.' She kept me going, because I knew I had her."
The story is clearly a dramatised psyop with multiple inconsistencies and faults, that belongs in an action movie, not historical record.


Upon making my views be known, I was met with tracer fire from apoplectic conformists, willing to fight tooth and nail to back up nationalistic propaganda. In this particular skirmish, two vice presidents and several atheistic blue-pilled government doctrine sympathisers sustained severe injuries as they soaked up a series of symmetrically reciprocal body blows that rang their temples, good and true.

As is typically the case when dealing with reprobates online, landing a few truth bombshells upon their hollowed temples shakes the very foundations of their fictional beliefs. As demonstrated, by focusing on objective truths rather than subjective beliefs, one can discover the nature of reality (while leaving the raging mob of imbeciles psychologically immobilised).










For a real-time view of the battlefield view the original LinkedIn post