I’ve been hearing about this and it is indeed scary. Humanity has gotten complacent, even in the USA, and there are consequences for that. I think everything happening in the world is an opportunity for humans to learn to rise up, take personal response ability and end the blame game.
The blame game is one of the key driving engines to partisan politics. It allows people to ignore their own complacent contributions to the chaos and also makes it so they are completely ignoring their own power to create change. Adulthood becomes a state of extended adolescence in which mommy and daddy and replaced by corporations and government, and society nurtures a dysfunctional entitlement attitude.
In a blame game environment, a person or group is blamed for all of the woes of the world. In a personal response ability environment, each person is held responsible for whatever it is each person has done or not done, but not blamed by an angry witch hunting mob for everything but the weather. In a personal response ability environment – investigation, facts and logic are used to determine who is and is not responsible for what. In a mature civilization, these things become common sense thus making the process more efficient. In an environment of blame, angry emotionally traumatized people are just looking for anything or anyone to shake their fist at and vent their rage. People in this state are easily manipulated and controlled.
In a traumatized state, any data that a person deems to be emotionally uncomfortable, is written off as delusional or hate speech or whatever excuse a person wants to come up with to justify to themselves why they should not be open minded to data that makes them feel uncomfortable. Comfort just means, that which we are used to. Humanity has become acclimated to tyranny and as such, they are used to it. Which means all of the things people claim they want, are the enemy of their comfort zone, thus resulting in virtue signaling.
This is also why SafeNet is very important because it is being developed by people who already understand what I’m explaining about this, so their focus is purely from an engineering, programmer, technician sort of mindset. A mindset that simply understand that infrastructure that works, works. Infrastructure that does not, does not. They are willing to troubleshoot and find the accurate data as to why what works, works. And why what does not, does not.
Side note: if you spell partisan with a “Z” and then take partizan and spell it backwards, it spells: Nazi Trap