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Behaviourism is a psychological approach that was championed by B.F Skinner in the early part of the 19th century. It suggests that all behaviours are learned through interaction with the environment and a process of conditioning. The Behaviourist classifies behaviour as a response to environmental stimuli. Skinner’s theory of operant conditioning says that behaviour is determined by its consequences, reinforcement or punishment.

In his experiments, Skinner demonstrated that he could manipulate the behaviour of pigeons, by implementing a “schedule of reinforcement or reward”. The pigeons could be conditioned so that when they were shown a sign that said “peck” they would peck, the creature responded to reinforcement. The pigeon’s behaviour has been changed through the manipulation of its environment. Interestingly, the birds were starved to two-thirds of their body weight. The scientists noted that the trials were not successful unless the pigeons were deprived of a biological necessity. Once the experimenters had taken away the bird’s ability to eat, drink and fly, they quickly had control over behaviour.

The situation we find ourselves in now appears to be the largest conditioning experiment in the history of mankind. People have been manipulated by their governments and conditioned without knowledge or consent. It is plain to see that over the last 18 months humans have been forced to perform an array of highly unnatural tasks including being put in lockdown repeatedly, staying in their homes, ignoring their need for work, purpose, sunlight and socialisation. 

How did the governments of the world compel their citizens to act against their instinct? According to behaviourist theory, this is due to the deprivation of necessities. We are driven much like the birds in Skinner’s experiments by the need for food, water and social interaction. While we have not been starved of food or water (though threats to these resources have been constant), we have been kept from our abilities to socialise and interact naturally with the world. This social interaction which we have taken for granted is a fundamental requirement for healthy human functioning. Stripping human beings of their intrinsic freedoms, only to offer them back if and when certain conditions are met, is the definition of manipulation through operant conditioning and it sets a terrifying precedent. 

The process of isolation amongst human beings has very well documented and long-lasting economic, social and psychological consequences. Intrinsic human freedoms belong to the individual. They do not belong to governments who pay absolutely no mind to the damage they are causing to our relationships, psychological wellbeing and livelihoods. Psychological trauma often does not simply disappear when a certain tribulation ceases. The consequences for this lack of consideration will be immense, as we are already beginning to bear witness to an increase in attempts at suicide and an increased need for psychological help from agencies such as lifeline.

We were naive, we handed over our freedoms to self-indulgent bureaucrats, whilst chanting slogans of ‘do the right thing,’ and ‘for the greater good.’ What is it about phrases such as these that can make people so uncomfortable? This idea is promoted by politicians and media organisations alike, an idea that revolves around the concept of “collectivism”. It is little wonder that certain people are willing to do all sorts of unnatural things, just so they can have access to that which is of fundamental importance.

Does society exist for the sake of individuals, or do the individuals exist for the sake of society? The theory of collectivism posits that individuals exist for the sake of society. ‘The common good before the individual good’ is a phrase that communists, fascists and socialists alike have been declaring since time immemorial. At a glance, this sentiment seems virtuous. However, collectivism takes what is merely a construct, and treats it as if it had a concrete existence. As Swiss psychologist Carl Jung described, ‘society’ is nothing more than a term for the symbiosis of a group of human beings. 

In contrast to the individual who has a real existence in the world, society is a term used to represent an ever-changing collection of individuals, actions and ideas. Unlike individuals, societies are not able to think or act or choose. As every individual is uniquely different to the next, it is therefore impossible to unanimously define what is meant by the term ‘the greater good,’ as what can be perceived to be good for one is not for another.

Including injecting ourselves with a drug that we know nothing about. For most people, the vaccine is not a preventative measure from a virus. Instead, it is a green light on the road to normality. Pushing a drug that is still in clinical trials and harassing and shaming others less willing to comply is analogous to the pigeons telling the ones who are not partaking in conditioning that no one will be fed unless they all start doing what is being demanded. And it is no wonder that people are desperate, like a lost trekker who hasn’t tasted water in days, people’s desire to satiate their loneliness has reached a critical level. 

Governments are established so that they can assist, not enslave. They are not put in place to restrict, control, and dominate but to encourage, facilitate and coordinate. Government can encourage people to vaccinate, promote and coordinate testing and vaccination facilities, research can be conducted, but the government is not permitted to restrict the movements or speech of its citizens, nor to control them through manipulation and propaganda via the mainstream media. They certainly do not have the right to create fear and division amongst those they represent. 

In the initial stages of this pandemic, it was suggested that anywhere between 60 and 120 million people would be killed worldwide by the virus. People were terrified of what this virus might do. The future looked bleak. In the weeks that followed, an unrelenting barrage of media led propaganda ensued. As we became less sensitive to our freedoms and redefined what it means to have personal choice, governments around the world unapologetically brutalised their citizens into compliance. 

The masses were drip-fed information by the state’s premiers, who began to take on the appearance of feudal warlords, each with the responsibility of protecting their allocated provinces. We watched them bicker and argue and blame one another for the spreading of the virus. It was becoming increasingly clear that something had to be done to stop the transmission of this virus. The idea was simple, and unbelievably naive- a two-week lockdown. Schools, universities, pubs, gyms along with any and all “non-essential” businesses were closed, unable to operate until further notice. The masses sat at home and nervously watched the global pandemic unfold. 

It was during this time in lockdown that people began to form a clearer understanding of how this virus operates. What we learned was that this virus appears to be more likely to be fatal to the elderly and those with multiple chronic diseases and yet could have little to no effect on younger and healthier groups 3. 

According to the Australian government’s bureau of statistics, there have been over 36 million tests carried out since the start of the pandemic and of those tests, 88 000 people tested positive for the disease. Of the 88 000 infections to date, there have been 1,178 deaths. People between the ages of 20 to 40 are most likely to contract the illness, yet are the least likely to die from Covid 19. The data indicates that age is a significant determining factor in the likelihood of death from covid 19, those over the age of 70 years constitute 86.9% of deaths, the majority of which were in age care. These statistics are readily available for viewing on the Australian government websites. 

The media has been extremely effective in compounding fear and resentment throughout the masses. One would be forgiven for thinking that the coronavirus is now and will forever be the only thing worth reporting, with dedicated daily news of case numbers and infection sites, threats of lockdowns and mandates. The constant beating of the drums of fear, telling us to treat every person as though they were a potentially infected host rather than a human being. To put as much distance between us and our fellow man as possible, suggesting that those who disagree should be exiled from society, fired from their jobs and denied access to health care.

As the Roman philosopher, Seneca stated “We suffer more often in imagination than in reality.” Fear strips the mind of its ability to reason and rationalise, we then latch on to anything that promises us delivery from our fears. The vaccine is promoted as a beacon of hope, our only way out. Governments and world leaders have known for many centuries that manipulation comes through the cultivation of fear, to manoeuvre themselves into positions of power. 

It is time to end the fear-mongering. Contrary to what the media is attempting to tell us, an individual who has not had the coronavirus vaccine does in no way jeopardize the immune response of someone who has. Additionally, a person who has been vaccinated is no more or less likely to transmit the virus than a person who has not had the vaccine. It is suggested that people who have had a vaccine are less likely to develop complications from covid 19, but it is important to note that people are still dying with covid even though they have been fully vaccinated. To date, there have been 438 recorded deaths here in Australia from the SARS-CoV-2 mRNA vaccines7. None of the latter statistics fall in line with the mainstream narrative, yet these factors are important when deciding whether or not to be injected.

We as individuals have the right to choose, if you truly believe that a government-imposed vaccine is your ticket back to freedom and that these concepts are not at all juxtaposed, then by all means get vaccinated. If however, you believe that your freedoms are yours and yours alone, then you must refuse, you must say no. The road to tyranny is paved one brick at a time. How far are you willing to let things go before you take action? At what point do you put your foot down? For me dear readers the answer is simple.




  1. When’s the next rally sign me up? We need our democracy back and they are using this covid 19 that been blown way out of proportion to take it away our freedoms. We need to stick together and reunite.


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