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Just how easy is it for the conditioned sheep to follow anything placed before them by their shepherds?

What do George Floyd, Black Lives Matter, Transgender Bathrooms, Masking, Staying Home, Covid Jabs and Ukraine all have in common?

At one point, they were the “Current Thing”

A genius meme has been making its way around social media titled “I Support The Current Thing”. It’s simple, but it’s brilliant and mocks the groupthink of the woke who are led by the nose by mainstream media and government.

People care about the Current Thing because they’ve been told to care about it and because everyone else has suddenly started caring about it, they too have to care about it, because it’s the Current Thing. The “Current Thing” is where people’s minds are focused and more important and relevant things are mostly ignored or swept aside because the Current Thing is all anyone is allowed to talk about. This, of course is by design.

You don’t have to be Einstein to realise that the “Current Thing” right now is Ukraine. One day however Ukraine will be the “Previous Thing” but don’t worry there will always be a Current Thing to support as long as The ABC, Guardian and Twitter exist. You see along with the latest Nike Sandshoes and Apple iPhone, support for the Current Thing is an important accessory and cements your status in society.

Scientific research from the University of Chicago shows that the “Current Thing” is real and centred around the mass formation of collective belief in a population.

The research showed that mass public uptake of a new belief is caused by a combination of information saturation, i.e. seeing the Current Thing everywhere you look and social pressures i.e. all my friends and followers support the Current Thing.

World leaders the elite and media don’t want independent critical thinkers, they want people who support the “Current Thing” so that when the new “Current Thing” materialises those that worshipped and protected the previous thing will bridge across cleanly without a second thought.

Anyone want to buy an as new Ukranian Flag ?



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