Mass formation psychosis, according to mRNA inventor Dr. Robert Malone is a phenomenon in which masses of people are lulled into a hypnosis in order to believe the unbelievable and to do the unthinkable by a coordinated effort of media and government.
“But that’s clearly not happening here because we are telling you it’s not happening,” CNN anchor Don Lemon told his 16 viewers over the weekend. “There really is nothing to see here and you are getting very very sleepy.”
In an interview with Joe Rogan, Malone asked, “What the heck happened in Germany in the ’20s and ’30s? Very intelligent, highly-educated population and they went barking mad. How did that happen? The answer is mass formation psychosis.
“When you have a society that is de-coupled from each other and has free-floating anxiety and a sense that things don’t make sense, we can’t understand it.
“And then, their attention gets focused by a leader or series of events on one small point, just like hypnosis, they literally become hypnotized and can be led anywhere.
“And one of the aspects of that phenomenon is the people who they identify as their leaders, the ones that typically come in and say, “You have this pain and I can solve it for you – I and I, alone – can fix this problem for you.
“Then, they will follow that person. It doesn’t matter whether they lied to him or whatever. The data are irrelevant.
“And furthermore, anyone who questions that narrative is to be immediately attacked. They are the other. This is central to mass formation psychosis.”
“But that’s all lies and disinformation,” said several network anchors who make a living on disinformation.