How Dare You Disagree with Me

I’ve noticed a trend in society within the last few years where you are not allowed to disagree with anyone. If you disagree and it turns into a debate or argument, after the argument one person blocks the other on social media, Whatsapp, and removes their phone number. A disagreement leads to the termination of the friendship or relationship. People have the attitude that if you disagree with them you hate them, that you want them dead, that you are their enemy. Simply put, you are not ALLOWED to disagree with anyone anymore. Or this is just the attitude they maintain to up hold their life in the bubble.

The reality is people today get so emotional when talking about politics, religion, or anything in between. They have no real understanding of these concepts, merely what they’ve heard in the media and on cartoons like American Dad or Rick and Morty. (Another cartoon that isn’t even funny but becomes popular by this same social popularity bubble. Bandwagon people jump on and recite Rick and Morty scripture like its funny to look cool.)

I’ve even had vegans jumping down my throat about how being vegan is so super awesome as they gleam at me with their discolored eyes, pale skin, and bucket of supplements. Meanwhile I’m grilling up a home grown free range chicken, getting my daily nutrients from one bite. Between the media fear mongering and college liberalism being a requirement for graduation, these people have no ability to have a debate or argue without getting emotional or cutting all ties with someone that does disagree.

One of the biggest problems with this is the bubble you create it for yourself. When you cut all ties with everyone that disagrees because they simply disagree, you leave yourself with a group that thinks exactly like you. This is one of the most dangerous things for critical thinking and individualism. If you aren’t being exposed to new ideas and concepts you will never grow or learn new things. You will never invent your own devices to accomplish unique tasks. You will stay inside the box, surrounded by other people inside the exact same box.

You will leave yourself with mundane daily conversation with people that agree with everything you say, from politics to religion, your mind is never challenged. You leave it up to the television or Netflix to do your creating for you. Your jokes, your humor, your personality starts to become that of the people you see on TV. Removing anyone and everything that disagrees with the simple block button. Your Facebook feed is left with reinforcing news and propaganda of your beliefs. Your entire friends list believes exactly as you. Your YouTube subscriptions are all people that believe exactly like you. That are doing the things you do.

Not many people allow themselves to be subject to new ideas and concepts and this bubble just gets bigger and bigger. People slowly become delusional in their belief that everyone is like that. That everyone believes the same as they do. All along these small ideas start to become the norm. Ideologies like feminism become the reality and any backlash is labeled misogynist and women hating. Many people have no problem living inside this bubble. Blocking and removing anyone that disagrees with them; but this is a very dangerous place to be as an individual, and even greater to a society.

A society that does not have the ability to entertain rational conversation questioning their own beliefs as to whether or not they are realistic, or whether or not they are even THEIR beliefs. Most people will fight to the death for beliefs that aren’t even their own, and that is a sad state to be in as a human being. At least come up with your own opinions, rather than letting those in power control that too. Often times I will hear people say exact quotes from Family Guy or the Daily Show with Jon Stewart thinking they have a clue. This is the foundation of their entire political and religious system. Dumbass quotes they heard on the television or saw in their Facebook feed. As this little social bubble continues to grow and grow….

Manipulation Through Dichotomy: Crisis Actors and Control

In the sphere of societal dynamics, the manipulation of thought and control of narrative has been used as a powerful tool to shape public opinion and behavior. One method that has found recurrent usage is the dichotomy, or the process of splitting concepts into two opposing camps.

Left vs. Right: Polarization in Politics
The dichotomy in politics, often represented as Left vs Right or Democrats vs Republicans, serves as a classic example of how societies are manipulated. The division is much deeper than policy disagreements, it reaches into the realms of ideology, personal belief systems, and even individual lifestyles.

This separation fuels an adversarial mindset, transforming the opposition from simply individuals with different views into perceived enemies. Politicians and media channels effectively utilize this dichotomy as a tool to sway the masses. This leads to a politically charged atmosphere where reaching a compromise becomes a herculean task and any chances of constructive discussions are replaced with antagonism.

Red vs. Blue: How Colors Shape our Ideologies
In the world of politics, the colors red and blue carry more weight than one might initially think. They’re no longer merely hues on a color spectrum, but symbolic representations of the ideological chasm between two major political parties in America: the Republicans (red) and the Democrats (blue). This simple, yet powerful association has turned into a form of subconscious programming, effectively creating division and arousing partisan sentiment.

The link between colors and party affiliation has proven so powerful, it has the ability to prompt immediate judgments and biases based solely on a color that stands for a political entity. This type of color-coded political labeling provides a quick, visual way of recognizing where someone stands politically, but it also solidifies the dichotomy, further polarizing citizens. By symbolizing complex political ideologies with simple color labels, the true complexities of political issues and ideologies can get lost, reducing nuanced debates to color-coded tribalism.

White vs. Black: Racial Divide as a Tool for Control
The dichotomy of White vs Black, often used to characterize racial dynamics, is another powerful tool of division. By perpetuating and reinforcing racial stereotypes, this narrative serves to fuel racial tensions and hinder societal unity. When societies are divided along racial lines, maintaining control becomes significantly easier, as the focus is deflected towards blaming the ‘other’ rather than addressing systemic and institutionalized issues.

This racial polarization fosters an ongoing cycle of misunderstanding, mistrust, and hostility, stripping away the chance to nurture a truly equitable community. It creates an environment where individuals are categorized and judged solely based on their racial identities rather than their individual qualities or actions. This level of racial polarization often obstructs productive conversation and the possibility of bridging the racial divide. Consequently, it obstructs the path towards societal harmony and equality, while securing the power structures that benefit from such division.

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Propaganda and the Power of Narrative
The infusion of propaganda into mainstream channels has been a significant component in fostering dichotomy-based control. A narrative, carefully crafted and maneuvered, has the ability to shift perceptions and dictate behaviors on a mass scale. Major players in this sphere, such as media corporations, political figures, and individuals with widespread influence, wield this power to their advantage. They utilize techniques such as storytelling steeped in emotional appeal, cherry-picking information to fit their narratives, and distorting facts to further their agenda of fake news.

In the current digital age, the constant barrage of information can make it increasingly challenging to distinguish between factual news and propagandistic content. This difficulty often provides fertile ground for the proliferation of dichotomies, with the audience often left in a state of confusion or tension. It’s not uncommon for individuals to form opinions or make decisions based on these narratives, which can lead to polarized public sentiment and behavioral changes. This, in turn, makes it easier for those in power to manipulate the masses and assert control. Through propaganda and the masterful manipulation of narratives, the perpetuation of dichotomies continues unabated, fueling division and discord in society.

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Crisis Actors are the Fuel for Dichotomy-Based Control
Individuals known as crisis actors are often the ignition for dichotomy-based control, acting as key players in the grand scheme of manipulation. These individuals typically play roles as victims or perpetrators during times of crisis, becoming the faces that come to represent specific, often divisive narratives.

Instances of this can range from situations steeped in political scandal to incidents that ignite racial tensions or even events believed to be false flag operations. Each crisis becomes an opportunity to exploit and amplify societal divisions. By tapping into raw, powerful emotions such as fear and anger, these actors, whether knowingly or unknowingly, help to mold public perception and sentiment, adding fuel to the fire of division.

The narratives surrounding these crises can be manipulated and spun in a way that serves the interests of those in power, allowing for greater control over the population’s reactions and beliefs. By understanding the role of crisis actors in this manipulative dichotomy, we can better recognize and resist such tactics, staying aware of the potential for distortion and misinformation that feeds societal division.

Counteracting the Divide and Conquer Strategy
To counter the pervasive divide and conquer strategy, heightened awareness is critical. One must comprehend the strategic tools of manipulation and the objectives they serve. Be a diligent consumer of information, question prevailing narratives, and challenge the inherent dichotomies that often come with them. Foster conversation rather than competitive debate, and promote understanding in place of division.

Look beyond the binary oppositions of political affiliations, racial divides, and ideological differences. It’s important to remember that these dichotomies are often designed to divide us and thus make us easier to control. Instead, seek out common ground and shared values, recognizing the diversity and complexity within each individual. Understand that reducing people or beliefs to simple dichotomies limits our perspective and hinders productive dialogue. As we strive to move beyond these dichotomies, we can begin to dismantle the tools of manipulation and control, replacing division with unity.

Ultimately, it’s unity in diversity that shields us from manipulative tactics, and our shared human experience is a stronger bond than any artificial division. Through awareness and understanding, we can counteract divisive strategies and work toward a more harmonious society.