Mass Formation Psychosis or GroupThink? Examining the Behavior of Groups in the Context of Covid-19

A new term is gaining popularity. One that is being used to explain the mentality of fear that has taken hold of the public and is driving a false belief that we must surrender our liberties to save ourselves. Interestingly, the term itself was haphazardly thrown out there by the so-called inventor of the mRNA … Read more

Gauging Elaboration Likelihood to Covid-19 Interventions Through The Health Belief Model of Behavioral Change.

On January 7th, the United States Supreme Court will hear arguments concerning President Biden’s vaccine mandate. The issue revolves around whether a government agency, such as OSHA, has the authority to dictate to private businesses that their employees must be vaccinated. Most Americans are not aware that The New England Journal of Medicine floated this … Read more

The Delphi Technique in Educational Planning: Manipulating Opinion to Gain Consensus

I concluded my last article by discussing how deeply embedded the behavioral sciences are in education. Challenging the local school board may be a good start in correcting course, but developing a thorough understanding of how we got here is essential. Even the school board itself is controlled by a process designed to gain consensus … Read more

Fixing Education: The Deeply Embedded Problem of Behavioral Modification Techniques

Americans are awakening to a disturbing reality. The public-school systems which they have trusted to educate their children are nothing more than behavioral modification centers designed to condition their minds for global government. While parents are rightly standing against this indoctrination into liberalism, many attribute it to either the current administration or Obama’s Common Core … Read more

Skinner’s View on Behavior and Critical Race Theory: Achievement and Merit as Social Constructs

I learned a lot about left-wing thinking, and the ideas driving topics like Critical Race Theory as a student in an undergraduate Social Work program. The first semester was deemed the pre-social work semester. This is where the professors weed out those students who don’t share in the field’s ideological underpinnings, like social justice and … Read more

Fear-Based Persuasion, Propaganda, and an Invasion from Mars

The Covid-19 pandemic has shown that the government and mainstream media can work together to produce effective persuasive messaging. Millions of Americans, acting with a misguided sense of trust, followed the advice of mainstream news personalities and allowed the fear of Covid-19 to control their behavior. Without doing any thorough research of their own, Americans … Read more

A Science of Behavior and a Quest for Control

Many of the luxuries and comforts we enjoy today are due to the advances made in the realm of science. Every day we benefit from technology that we could no longer function effectively without. A one-day loss of internet communications, for example, could potentially put a wrench in society for weeks to come. Because of … Read more

A Nudge Towards Compliance Through The Tyranny of Controlled Choice

Liberty depends upon the unfettered exercise of free choice. With this comes the idea that individuals accept the consequences of their poor decisions. After all, our judgment improves when we are free to learn from our mistakes. It has long been held in America that individuals make better decisions in their own interest than anyone … Read more

The Supply Chain Crisis: Part of the Planned Reset?

The supply chain crisis intensifies as ships containing much-wanted cargo continue clogging up the California ports. There are several reasons given for this. Lack of drivers, ports that operate sixteen as opposed to twenty-four hours a day, labor laws, and lack of automation. The inefficiency of our ports is being compared to those run in … Read more

The Economic Reset: Pushing the De-growth Agenda

If there is one thing the coronavirus pandemic has shown, it is the government, in collaboration with the media, can create a narrative that distracts us from their real objectives. Millions of people in the U.S. alone have bought into the Covid-19 panic without question. “The fear of infectious disease,” Klaus Schwab writes in Covid-19, … Read more

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