[NB – Below is an Interview with Dr. Robert Malone. He is reiterating some ideas that provide a psychological explanation for the mass hysteria that’s overtaken the world for the last two years. See Mass Formation theory advanced by Dr. Mattias Desmet.
I would just add that variations of this theory go back decades in the field known as the sociology of religion and religious violence, and before that the roots of the theory can be found in 18th century rationalist discourse on what they termed “the heteronomy of religion.” I do not mean traditional religion, but what’s been termed secular religion. Leftism should properly be thought of as a kind of religion, one that’s overtaken much of the world.
It’s far more contagious than Omicron and as dangerous as the Bubonic plague in terms of its potential impact. World leaders and the media have fallen under its sway. Most don’t know they’re infected or that it’s warped their thinking. It masks itself as a coherent, rational worldview, one that provides easy emotional rewards through belonging with a vast in-group of compatriots. It also can brutally vindictive for those who commit ideological heresy and stray outside the orthodox narrative.
I will soon post more about this. For now, here is the interview with Malone, which is illuminating. He is a voice of reason in a sea of madness. He has heroically stood up against the corruption of science and the healthcare industry by Big Pharma and spoken the truth when it was unpopular to do so. The corrupt ‘fact-checkers’ have scapegoated him online but unsuccessfully.]
“The mass is formed around the idea that the vaccines are magically going to be able to relieve them of this problem.”
Dr. Robert Malone, who pioneered the mRNA vaccine technology that’s used in many of the COVID-19 vaccines today, discusses his career and the intriguing psychological phenomenon known as “mass formation.”
“I may be one of the very few that has this depth of understanding of the technology that doesn’t have a direct financial conflict of interest. If I’m not allowed to speak about my concerns—whether they’re right or wrong—who is?”
Jan Jekielek:Dr. Robert Malone, such a pleasure to have you back on American Thought Leaders.
Dr. Robert Malone:Thank you, Jan. It’s always my pleasure. I look forward to this interview and to many future ones.
Mr. Jekielek:You just had a podcast with Joe Rogan, which I understand is probably the most popular podcast in the…
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