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Pyjama people, red pills
Conspiracy theorists. Matrix beliefs are the beliefs that most people hold on
any given subject, and are approved or promoted/created by the Matrix (Big
Brother). It is noticeable how people cling to these beliefs and defend
them, as if they came up with them after considerable thought, rather than the
truth--they were handed them at some time and they didn't even notice. You
can mention doing urine therapy, for example,
and be thought a complete idiot by someone who is 100% completely ignorant (or
the subject. Same with vaccination, politics etc.
Faith in false authority is the thing that keeps these spiritual level one and 2 people together http://whale.
For Matrix beliefs on medicine see the full set called listed as Rationalizations. These are created by Allopathy Inc or from believing in the Church of Allopathy. One Matrix belief common to people who vaccinate their kids is: "If you don't vaccinate with our safe vaccine, and your child dies from one of the dangerous vaccine-preventable diseases then you will have to live with the guilt for the rest of your life, and we will keep reminding you how irresponsible you were." They get spread by the likes of 'Experts' (in propaganda) such as Simon Singh and Edzard Ernst. ]
"Nothing is so firmly believed as that of which we know least."—Montaigne.
"In George Orwell's 1984 one of EngSoc's three "truths" was "Ignorance Is Strength." Have you ever noticed how ignorant people have a great deal of strength in their convictions? Not being able to think is, at least subconsciously, terrifying. Unable to arrive at ideas and understandings on one's own, every idea must be held onto like a life preserver in the sea beside a sinking ship. Every idea is as important as every other idea because there is no mechanism to judge between them. "Authority" (the Church-School-State Establishment) is strengthened by ignorance as well. The ignorant must rely on Authority for opinions. This keeps Authority on top. The "conspiracy" has a vested interest in maintaining this druggie-like dependence on Authority. It is a very short "hokey-pokey" little step from authoritarianism to totalitarianism."----Jerry E. Smith
Our fellow men are black magicians. And whoever is with them is a black magician on the spot. Think for a moment, can you deviate from the path that your fellow men have lined up for you? And if you remain with them, your thoughts and your actions are fixed forever in their terms. That is slavery. The warrior, on the other hand, is free from all that. Freedom is expensive, but the price is not impossible to pay. So, fear your captors, your masters. Don't waste your time and your power fearing freedom. Don Juan
See: Alien Influence by Franz Erdl