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The Riddle of Animals and Small Children

Animals and small children live in the present only. Rational human beings also draw on past and future. Don’t let SARS-CoV-2 paralyze you.

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Fear illustrated - like animals and small children - The Scream, by Edvard Munch (1893)

What do animals and small children have in common? They both live in the “NOW.”

Animals and small children consider the present only

Animals and small children live in the present tense, in the immediate moment without a concept of past or future.

Why is this important? Because the radical leftist Democrats and their globalist handlers are attempting to regress chronological adults back to childish thinking. Why? So they can more easily manipulate and control them. It is a sinister and intentional exploitation of the NOW thinking of childhood. It is a psychological operation, a PSYOP.

If you think this is hyperbole or some unhinged conspiracy theory—think again.

Making adults act like animals and small children

To understand how the political regression-PSYOP works we must consider the psychodynamics of fear. An individual’s response to fear can be quantified on a continuum from the response of a young child to the response of a rational adult. The frightened child closes his eyes or hides under a bed in hopes of evading the threat. A child’s response is an instinctive avoidance strategy. The rational adult assesses the danger, considers possible responses, calculates the likely most effective strategy, and then acts on it. The adult’s response requires critical thinking and results in an action strategy.

Thought precedes behavior. So, if a chronological adult can be frightened enough to regress his thinking back to that of a child, he will respond like a child. That is the foundation of the deliberate fear campaign gripping the country today. It is also the purpose of the political medicine informing the social policy on COVID19.

The extremes of human responses to fear

There are extremes of chronological adult responses on the fear continuum. On one end is an adult so frightened he/she curls up in a fetal position screaming, and on the other end is a Navy SEAL. The continuum dramatizes the psychological component of fear responses. Navy SEALs are not superhuman. They are rational adults who, from their training, resist psychological regression under the most dire and extreme circumstances. It is this psychological component that distinguishes who will become a SEAL and who will not.

Facts and fears about SARS-CoV-2

Now, let’s consider the ongoing hysteria surrounding the coronavirus and its political purpose. First, over 99% of people who get COVID19 recover. So prolonging mandated face masks, social distancing, school closures, and business closures makes no rational sense. The policies are not appropriate responses to the threat of COVID19 based on the facts of the matter.

When things don’t make sense, something else is going on. A useful tool for understanding the motive is looking at the result.

Who benefits from the ongoing, extreme COVID19 restrictions? The globalists, of course! (And Cloward and Piven’s disciples. – Ed.)

The globalists command the war on America and finance the radical leftist Democrats and RINOS attempting to defeat POTUS in November. President Donald Trump is the existential enemy of globalism. His commitment to:

  • American sovereignty, and
  • A constitutional United States,

and his unapologetic America-first policies have strengthened America and weakened globalism for four years.

The President was hurting the Chinese

In particular, Trump’s tariffs on Chinese goods were:

  • Devastating the Chinese economy, and
  • Seriously damaging the profits of globalist companies manufacturing their goods in China.

The globalists were desperate. The coronavirus was an economic bioweapon released from Wuhan, China to collapse the U.S. economy and defeat President Trump in November.

Follow the money and the entire strategy becomes clear. The politicization of public health through the NOW lens of animals and small children explains the globalist fear campaign. They need that campaign to promote public fear, and regress chronological adults to childish thinking.

The CDC and WHO want us to act like animals and small children

The political medicine advanced by the corrupt Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and equally corrupt World Health Organization (WHO) is unconscionable. Its directives only make sense to a psychologically regressed adult. Instead of rejecting the nonsensical politicized medicine of the corrupt CDC and WHO, the regressed public submits. They obediently wear their masks and observe social distancing. And they naively trust that the CDC/WHO protocols are necessary to protect them.

Living in the NOW requires immediacy. One must gratify needs immediately. Children can’t wait. Fear, whether real or manufactured, must be quelled immediately. Critical thinking skills are necessary to inform adult decisions. Instead, the regressed population accepts what they are told unquestioningly and hide under the bed. In this instance, they hide behind masks and social distancing hoping the threat will disappear. Their masters reward their compliance wih repetitive virtue-signaling assurances that, “We are all in this together,” a particularly manipulative phrase.

The media are part of the game

The deliberate disinformation and wildly exaggerated mortality projections spread by the CDC and WHO, were orchestrated by the globalists who run both organizations. The echoing narratives are political medicine that they disguise as medical science.

The mainstream media censored globalism’s current and past financial ties to the corrupt CDC and equally corrupt WHO. This deceit facilitated the political regression-PSYOP and its fear campaign. The collaboration has been dangerously successful. But we still have time to outmaneuver the PSYOP.

We’re not animals and small children

If Americans understand how and why they have misled us, we can discipline ourselves to reject the manipulative fearmongering. We can remain rational, chronological adults and defy the regression-PSYOP seeking to return us to childhood compliance.

We must live in the present. But we must also remember our past to envision our future. We have the power to preserve our individual freedoms and reject globalism’s tyranny. To do that, we must reject their chosen Democrat and RINO representatives in November. We must aspire to be Navy SEALS and reject the sinister attempts to reduce us to animals or small children.

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Linda Goudsmit is the devoted wife of Rob and they are the parents of four children and the grandparents of four. She and Rob owned and operated a girls’ clothing store in Michigan for forty years before retiring to the sunny beaches of Florida. A graduate of the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Linda has a lifelong commitment to learning and is an avid reader and observer of life. She is the author of the philosophy book Dear America: Who’s Driving the Bus? and its political sequel, The Book of Humanitarian Hoaxes: Killing America with ‘Kindness’, along with numerous current affairs articles featured on her websites www.lindagoudsmit.com and www.goudsmit.pundicity.comThe Collapsing American Family: From Bonding to Bondage completes Linda’s trilogy of insightful books that connect the philosophical, political, and psychological dots of the globalist war on both American and individual sovereignty.
 
Linda believes the future of our nation requires reviving individualism, restoring meritocracy, and teaching critical-thinking skills to children again. Her illustrated children’s book series, Mimi’s Strategy, offers youngsters new and exciting ways of solving their problems and having their needs met. Mrs. Goudsmit believes that learning to think strategically rather than reacting emotionally is a valuable skill that will empower any child throughout his or her life. Plus, in Linda’s words, “I have yet to meet the child who would prefer a reprimand to a kiss.”  
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