One thing you might remember me saying back when the Jewish endgame of “COVID-19” first landed, was I thought that all the Maskholes and trve believers see themselves as the heroes — the brave men and women of science — in this situation akin to heroes in movies like “Contagion”.
Well Science has vindicated me once more! As a new study basically confirms this is exactly what happened.
“After factoring out personality influences… we found that the more movies about zombies, alien invasions and apocalyptic pandemics people had seen prior to COVID-19, the better they dealt with the actual, current pandemic. These kinds of movies apparently serve as mental rehearsal for actual events.”
You will notice that they do not define what “dealing better” entails, but the only logical conclusion is “obeying the government protocols to survive” because that is the message all of these movies, by my knowledge, send. They also specifically said “rehearsal”.
They go on to say,
After controlling for confounding factors such as personality, the researchers determined whether a person’s preference for horror stories affected their resilience during COVID-19.
“However, my understanding of pandemics and other life-challenging events is that similar future challenges are absolutely inevitable. The past is often forgotten too easily. Who remembered the Spanish flu epidemic until scientists brought up that piece of history during COVID-19? This reinforces my belief that consuming stories from books, films and maybe even video games is not just an idle pastime, but a way for us to imagine simulated realities that help prepare us for future challenges.”
We are just completely admitting here that these movies and video games condition people to respond a certain way to a given event and are framing this as a good thing.
This goes back to what I said in one of my very first articles on this website, in which I specifically bagged on horror films as demoralizing pieces of shit that you shouldn’t watch. Specifically, the example we talked about was Rob Zombie’s interview with Joe Rogan, where he explained that he has witnessed bloodied men running down the street screaming for help and doing nothing but shutting the door, or how he witnessed an actual murder and it didn’t phase him; he said that “That stuff doesn’t bother me, I don’t know what’s wrong with me.”
Maybe Rob should factor in the fact that he has spent his entire life since childhood consuming and creating the most violent, disgusting, degenerate shit he could muster!
I have never liked horror movies (or really movies in general) and believe they should be banned. A lot of that kind of stuff and Cannibal Corpse was or some still banned in Germany and personally I support that censorship. There is no way that consuming this kind of demoralizing media has a positive effect on mental health. I had some friends who are big into horror movies and let me just say: I don’t think it’s a coincidence that they are extremely depressed people with bleak worldviews who often say “I hate people”. These things also condition people to have indifferent reactions to real world violence and depravity.
I’m reminded of a story that my grandmother often told of when she worked in a hospital sometime after the war. A kid in the hospital became fascinated with (((American))) comic books and his favorite was Superman. So, to make him feel better or whatever, the hospital ladies made him a Superman cape to wear. Then, one day, they caught him by his ankles on his way down a chute and when they explained to him that he could die doing that, he said to them “I can’t die, I’m Superman!”
That story stuck with me from the first time I heard it as a child, and I’m very thankful Oma told it to me because it got me redpilled about media and fiction very early on.
I also never saw most of these movies about viral outbreaks that were coming out in the mid to late 2000s, so I guess that’s why I wasn’t “mentally-prepared” for the pandemic and am not an obedient slave to the Mask and vaccine cult.
I recommend whole heartedly that if you can, you try cutting out TV, movies and especially video games as much as you can. Aim to do so completely, you really aren’t missing anything. There’s no argument for why we need these things; any artistic value movies ever had is long gone. I’ll not let my kids watch them.
Stories are by necessity propaganda; a story without a moral is basically pointless and we already have, especially in France and Germany, a timeless wealth of Fairytales and legends to tell our children that can teach them better morals than any of these TV shows or movies. In fact, we’ll have a wealth of life experience, our own real stories, that we can tell them and entertain and scare them with.
Oh, one last thing to keep in mind — there’s a lot of movies about Alien invasions that could also have “prepared” people for such an event, which they now have the technology to convincingly fake, and the news over the last year has featured plenty of government UFO and “alien monolith” stories…