What does it mean when a large number of people, possibly a majority, believe an unsubstantiated report?
As I wrote yesterday, readers told me they cried when they read my article about the FEMA Region III Alert.
They thought, “This is it. This is how it begins.”
This morning, I continue to see people discussing the unconfirmed information. Within these discussions, I see no indication that anyone has bothered to look closer, find the sources, or vet the information.
I see two reasons for this.
The first reason is humanity feels that the Matrix intends to enact violence on the American people.
We have memories of Waco, Oklahoma City, and 9/11.
And, even though I have not found confirming documentation for the FEMA Region III Alert, someone, possibly a retired State Senator from South Dakota, created the email that has now gone viral in certain circles on the internet.
It is believable.
We know a significant and sudden change is on the horizon.
A severe military, chemical, biological, or weather attack on the Washington DC area would certainly institute that change.
Therefore, the FEMA alert article, even if it is fiction, is plausible.
The second reason this discussion continues is that a lie told often enough becomes the truth, especially if we see it in numerous media outlets.
As I wrote yesterday, even though Alternative Media (AM) may have originated as an alternative to the Matrix’s Mainstream Media (MSM), AM now appears to be a Matrix tool.
In this role, it reports things MSM won’t touch. To do so, it often details unproven rumor, gross innuendo, and outright lies with no sources whatsoever.
AM supporters are OK with this because they don’t trust MSM.
Therefore, AM has an audience.
And, since AM supporters don’t yet realize the Matrix’s role in this process, they believe they are revealing the Matrix’s secrets.
MSM does the same thing AM does – with one exception.
It ties its rumors, innuendos, and lies to “reputable sources.”
I believe this is why we are suddenly seeing an outbreak of fringe stories being reported through MSM.
AM reports a story with no basis.
Then, a short time later, MSM confirms the story, quoting its reputable sources.
This intentional process influences a wider number of people.
It convinces us the story is true AND it convinces us AM and MSM can be trusted.
Within these two reasons, we see why the Senator Songstand email, confirmed or unconfirmed, has gone viral.
It confirms the change each of us internally senses with a message from the media.
In some ways, the overall response to this story is a measuring stick for the Matrix.
It allows them to gauge the gullibility of the general public.
This is very important for the Matrix because the signs indicate it will need a gullible public to pull off what is about to happen in Syria.