Leaked Docs Show Dr. Malone May Be Right
Documents from the CDC have been discovered to show that Biden is using psychological manipulation tactics to “nudge” Americans to comply with Joe’s COVID policies.
In May of 2016 as the Obama administration was coming to end the CDC published a policy titled, “Applying Behavioral Economics to Public Health Policy.”
The CDC report said:
“Governments worldwide are increasingly incorporating the behavioral economics approach into policymaking. In 2010, the U.K. Cabinet Office created the Behavioural Insights Team (BIT) dedicated explicitly to such work.3–5 In 2014, the U.S. government created the White House Social and Behavioral Science Team.6 Both of these organizations have been referred to as “nudge” units; nudge was defined by Richard Thaler and Cass Sunstein7(p6) in their book of the same name as “any aspect of the choice architecture that alters people’s behavior in a predictable way without forbidding any options or significantly changing their economic incentives.” The use of behavioral economics is spreading beyond these individual units and influencing policy throughout government. The U.S. Office of Management and Budget has directed agencies to experiment with interventions that have low cost but the potential to increase efficacy and efficiency of federal policy and programs8; interventions derived from behavioral economics are often prime candidates. Furthermore, the Obama Administration recently issued an Executive Order encouraging federal agencies to incorporate insights from the behavioral and social sciences in order to better serve the American people. Other nudge units have been created in Australia, Denmark, and by the World Bank.”
These “nudge” units are government mass formation units that are designed to coerce a population’s behavior.
A member of one of these “nudge” units appears to have revealed himself and it shows Biden has employed the theory.
Recently, the Associated Press “fact-checked” mass formation psychosis calling it an “unfounded theory.”
From the AP:
THE FACTS: Malone highlighted the unfounded theory on a podcast hosted by comedian and commentator Joe Rogan. During the episode, Malone cast doubt on COVID-19 vaccine safety and claimed the mass psychosis has resulted in a “third of the population basically being hypnotized” into believing what Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation’s top infectious disease expert, and mainstream news outlets say.
The Associated Press explained that “experts” say there is no support for the “psychosis” described by Malone:
“To my knowledge, there’s no evidence whatsoever for this concept,” said Jay Van Bavel, an assistant professor of psychology and neural science at New York University who recently co-authored a book on group identities. Van Bavel said he had never encountered the phrase “mass formation psychosis” in his years of research, nor could he find it in any peer-reviewed literature.
So a funny thing about that…There is a peer-reviewed paper about it, Van Bavel published it in April of 2020.
Van Bavel wrote in his peer-reviewed paper titled, “Using social and behavioural science to support COVID-19 pandemic response.” Instead of using the term mass formation psychosis, he used the term “nudge”:
We added the bold for emphasis.
We may therefore leverage the impact of any behaviour change effort by targeting well-connected individuals and making their behaviour change visible and salient to others.
Another way to leverage the impact of norms falls under the general category of ‘nudges’56,57, which influence behaviour through modification of choice architecture (i.e., the contexts in which people make decisions). Because people are highly reactive to the choices made by others, especially trusted others, an understanding of social norms that are seen as new or emerging can have a positive impact on behavior58. For instance, a message with compelling social norms might say, ‘the overwhelming majority of people in your community believe that everyone should stay home’. Nudges and normative information can be an alternative to more coercive means of behaviour change or used to complement regulatory, legal and other imposed policies when widespread changes must occur rapidly.
Funny the “expert” used by the corporate media to discredit Dr. Malone and the theory is the same guy who wrote a paper about how to deploy it.
This is just like the fact checks stating CRT isn’t taught in schools.