If she can talk that means she isn't sucking enough
@DeathSaint Most groups have an initiation as a compliance ritual where the members must believe and affirm a shared bogus idea. There is a cost to this idea whose payment acts as a proxy for group loyalty. In a tribe or chiefdom this will be a religion that binds everyone together affording them the strength to defend each other. The issue today is that it's very easy for people to sit a long distance away simulating tribal belonging by proposing a cost. These modern tribes are weaponized to fulfill a narrow objective which upon completion dissolve into terrifying emptiness. It should be obvious that the people who are continually searching for a cost to pay are vacuous and miserable. Their next objective is probably to destroy you for their hidden masters, upon which time they will be ordered to destroy themselves. Nobody wants those kinds of losers around, not even themselves.Read More
@adam-l There’s a passage in the book "The Crowd" that states that once a person becomes part of a group, their intelligence will be badly lowered. In order to be accepted, an individual must be willing to abandon their capacity for reasoning and exchange their intelligence for a sense of belonging, which makes them feel safe.
@destraht That post really does stink. It reads like company propaganda veiled in concern for the general public. Starting from the language used to the overall sentiment it feels like the usual shit. No "take care of yourselves" or finishing with a great sounding sentence like a high school essay.
Just another justification to add more surveillance irl because "we don't want you to feel bad and kill yourselves". First take this vaccine passport, if you haven't taken the doom juice,you are a danger for others, because their own vaccines don't protect them. Then sign up for this camera inside your house, so we can "save" you anytime something bad happens.
Finally take this food pudding because you can't even feed yourself without a tube straight into your ass.
@EmpireCrimson Exactly, science is a process so you shouldn't believe at face value everything they tell you. Today's truths can be overthrown tomorrow like it has happened time and time again.
In less than 50 years we went from believing the earth is flat to making trips around the world,or from the first plane of the Wright brothers to having commercial planes everywhere, or from the first computer to the big technological boom of the 2000s.
The common folk though has no means of confirming these things themselves, so they have to "believe" what they are told,hence the use of that word.
The big problem starts when people abuse this and spread fake news for their own benefit. Pharmaceutics have been doing this for decades and the water runs deep on this one.