How social conditioning has led us to the kind of society we have today

The parallels which exist between Huxley’s Brave New Worldand societies of the modern day are undeniable.

In Brave New World Revisited published in 1958 Huxley asked himself how future social engineers could convince their subjects to take drugs “that will make them think feel and behave in the ways [they] find desirable.” He concluded: “In all probability it will be enough merely to make the pills available.”

We are all aware that an opioid crisis has spread across the West. According to a 2022 report published by the European Monitor Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (  78.6 million are lifetime users of Cannabis while in 2021 alone there were 22.2 million using it. Those whose age range between 15 and 34 are 15.8 million. When it comes to cocaine there were 3.5 million users in 2021 with 14.4 million being lifetime users. 2.2 million of young adults (15-34 years of age) use cocaine. Statistics were also issued for MDMA Amphetamines Heroin and other opioids.

Drugs are used to keep people dumbed down while refusing to see the truth around unable to face their traumas and issues so to emerge as healed survivors. It is all a filthy market for the drug gurus who are kept super happy while they become filthy rich at the expense of the drug addicts.
2021 saw the peak of the opioid crisis- the covid-19 lethal experimental vaccines which the masses hailed and lined up for to be drugged with. This time drugs were sold to people as beneficial but they surely made the Big Pharma gurus filthy rich.

We are also witnessing how the gratification of sexual impulses online leads many into the clutches of pornography addiction. Worse many pornographic sites or links just pop up while you are trying to do any other sort of search whatsoever.

We are also witnessing a Zombie Apocalypse with the majority of people spending the majority of the day distracted by mindless and enjoyable activities thanks to smart phones and other technologies.  It’s unclear how much of these distractions are consciously forced upon us and how much are unplanned responses to consumer demand. Whatever the solution it is a fact that a distracted and intellectually deficient populace is unable to fight against enslavement.

The kind of social conditioning Huxley foresaw is now becoming more sophisticated and effective as technologies advance and more knowledge is gained about how to predict and control human behaviour. This is because the masses trade their freedom for pleasures and comfort; the masses have traded their health and their freedom with lockdowns and deadly vaccines.

The world’s population has been split with Covid-19: those who shouted for lockdowns so to avoid the alleged spread and who took the Covid-19 vaccines to go back to “normal” since they viewed their body as having been born flawed and that they can only be saved by a higher authority like scientists doctors “experts” governments and the pharmaceutical companies and then there are those who shouted that there has only been conditioning instead of normality and that we should not partake in this experiment since they believe that their body is a natural messenger inherently wise can heal itself and that they are their own authority. One of the greatest lie and evil trick played upon humanity during this lifetime conditioning is that the body’s ways of removing toxins are diseases that need poisons sold as medicine and vaccines as “treatment”.

Now the trend is further splitting. We have those who do not even know that they are back to their enjoyable servitude while we are heading towards a worsened servitude and those who decide to resist it to preserve not only their freedom but also their humanity.

Because as Frederick Douglass a former slave who lived through the mid-19th century and was well before Huxley wrote Brave New World observed when a slave becomes a happy slave he has essentially given up everything that makes him human:

“I have found that to make a contented slave ” writes Douglass “it is necessary to make a thoughtless one…He must be able to detect no inconsistencies in slavery; he must be made to feel that slavery is right; and he can be brought to that only when he ceases to be a man.” (Frederick Douglass Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass)

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