Is a Mass Psychosis the Greatest Threat to Humanity? | Academy of Ideas

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AS we watch the world we know fall to the machinations of a globalist ‘elite’ drunk on the prospect of total control, let us consider the mass psychosis that allows this.

“A population first needs to be induced into a state of intense fear or anxiety by threats real, imagined or fabricated, and once in a state of panic, the door is open for either a positive or negative reaction to unfold.”

Carl Jung

According to the psychologist Carl Jung, the greatest threat to civilisation lies not with the forces of nature, nor with any physical disease, but with our inability to deal with the forces of our own psyche. We are are our own enemies.

When it is understood that a flood of negative emotions in conjunction with a weak and insecure sense of self can trigger a descent into madness, it becomes clear how a mass psychosis can occur.

A psychosis can be defined as a detachment from reality or the loss of an adaptive relationship to reality, in place of thoughts and beliefs that conform to the facts of the world, the psychotic becomes overrun by delusions which are false beliefs considered to be true despite the existence of evidence that proves the contrary.

Source: Is a Mass Psychosis the Greatest Threat to Humanity? – YouTube

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