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| Psychosis |
(Mental health condition, Mental illness)
Psychosis is a mental health condition in which the subject has trouble to discern reality.
|Mass Psychosis & You / Peak Prosperity - "This video explains why people you know seem to have lost their ability to reason or even be reasonable. Mass Hysteria, or psychosis is a very routine and well-documented part of human history."|
Psychosis is correlated with screen time. MK-Ultra caused some victims to become psychotic.
After Eugene Dinkin predicted the assassination of JFK based on two messages he had decoded, he tried to inform higher ups. However, the Army psychiatrist declared him to be psychotic and paranoid.
|Mass formation||An explanation promoted in 2021 of public reactions to the COVID-19/Response|
|"Post-truth"||“Reality is under assault. Verbal confusion reigns. Truth and illusion have merged. Mental chaos makes it hard to fathom what is happening. We feel trapped in a hall of mirrors. Exposed lies are answered with other lies. The rational is countered with the irrational. Cognitive dissonance prevails. We endure a disquieting shame and even guilt. Tens of millions of Americans, especially women, undocumented workers, Muslims and African-Americans, suffer the acute anxiety of being pursued by a predator. All this is by design. Demagogues always infect the governed with their own psychosis.”||Chris Hedges||30 January 2017|
|Mental health||“The logic of the conspiracy meme is to question everything the ‘establishment’ — be it government or scientists — says or does... Conspiracy theories can be useful for scientists who are so far out of the mainstream in their field that they seek to appeal to alternative funding sources or publication outlets. They also might occasionally surface when a scientist's mental health deteriorates to the point that he or she loses touch with reality.”||Ted Goertzel||2010|