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How to De-Program Greta Thunberg

Regardless of how many climate change doomsday stories are debunked, from showing billions of people misleading pictures of a skeletal polar bear hopelessly lurching through iceless lands to reporting about raging Californian wild fires set by radical arsonists, people have been given a story. Regardless of whether or not various natural catastrophes can actually be causally linked to CO2 levels, rather than merely correlatively linked, once we adopt a certain story as our own, the introduction of new information may or may not translate into a newly adapted story. It often doesn’t. Regardless, the story we choose for ourselves serves as a map to help us navigate the world and how we choose to interpret our sense-perceptual experience.

At this point, we should state that this article is not about information, but about stories, and how we frame our stories using information. For, the stories we live our lives by and filter our experience through run much deeper than any amount of information. Information only sinks so deep into the mind. Stories seep into the “deep structures” of our psyche and soul. What’s important here is how we use information to frame ourstory.

In light of that, any class of people seriously looking at how best to control a people knows they requires more than just information. So today we see the World Economic Forum busy unveiling its new “Great Narrative” initiative to help us navigate the Fourth Industrial Revolution, since humanity’s previous scripts will be considered “obsolete.” What matters for those wishing to control others is how information can be used to help tell a story that people can feel good about and believe. However, the same information can also be used to present markedly different worldviews, depending on how it is “framed.”

In a previous article, we examined how “Neuro Linguistic Programming” and “Nudge Theory” are being used to craft narratives and stories in such a way that the population’s beliefs and behaviours are being changed without their conscious knowledge. We examined how these psychological techniques work by not only “nudging” people’s automatic processes i.e. unconscious minds, but also carefully steering and guiding these processes. However, the article ended by demonstrating how this “context model” and these “re-framing” techniques only work if a person is not consciously aware that they are being used or how they are being used. Once people understand how the public messaging is structured and are capable of identifying the specific “frames” being given to them to shape their own story, much of the “magic” disappears.

The purpose of this article is to delve further into the nature of the psychological warfare operations being used to “nudge” humanity into a “Great Reset” using among other things a series of “frames.” Future articles will consider what some of the alternatives to today’s “Great Narrative” are and how we can ultimately break out of today’s current frame.

One of the popular great narratives is that the world is on the brink of biblical catastrophes, largely due to CO2 emissions caused by the industrialization of the Western world, and the threat that other continents like Asia, Africa, and South America will also industrialize, achieving the same “unsustainable” standard of living characterized by the West. CO2, an invisible gas which all plant life depends on for sustenance, has been cast as enemy #1.

The impending climate doomsday narrative suggests natural catastrophes of biblical proportion are existential threats that must be acted on by adopting the UN and WEF agendas to radically alter the basis of Western civilization. Those who reject these policies or offer some alternative are, according to this narrative, in opposition to not only the planet, but “Mother Nature” herself. They will bear the brunt and shame for all the future catastrophes and death of yet-unborn children. Those who question the narrative or offer an alternatively more nuanced interpretation are known as “deniers.”

So goes the story.

Even with an initial and very cursory examination of the climate doomsday narrative, we can observe how various “automatic motivations” are triggered using what in “Neuro Linguistic Programming” terms are considered “frames.” For example, were people to be told there have been temperature changes, there will continue to be temperatures changes, and these may have various and diverse effects on the planet and may be the result of a dynamic process which includes changes in solar activity and galactic radiation fluxes as well as localized planetary phenomena, together forming a non-linear complex system in which the introduction of more or less CO2 may or may not result in some linear increase in temperature, the narrative would be emotionally much less compelling, dramatic, and serious—albeit more nuanced.

How an issue is “framed” very much determines which particular faculties of the human mind are triggered, or targeted, whether the slower and more thorough “reflective processes” or the quick, emotional and intuitive “automatic processes.” As we documented in the last article, the social engineers who authored the MindSpace document outlined the essential differences between the automatic unconscious and reflective conscious parts of the mind, and how to craft messages that can as much as possible speak to and steer the unconscious parts without the needed monitoring of conscious processes.

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