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It finally hit me earlier where everything I see going on with covid is coming from. I like reading up on studies and experiments and both of these popped into my head. I am HORRIBLE with names so of course I had to look them up but what luck when I found a page that literally had BOTH and one right after the other. These were college studies, one a yale of all places, to see how far people could be pushed into both complying with faux authority when it comes to both simply submitting or following authority to dish out authority. Remember the people making these "rules" are just people and pretty dumb people at that. They are supposed to do what the voters say. Unfortunately a swath of other voters such as police, healthcare, and even your jobs shitty middle management have been granted a small fraction of authority and as usual its being abused. Everything from requiring toxins in your body or be fired, to having to now pay to keep your job (Delta airlines) and doctors/nurses forcing vaccinations on unwilling children. Yet a small child can decide if they want to swap genders and take hormone treatment???? So odd.... "You want to be a girl Billy? Sure, but WEAR THIS MASK!"

Read up on these studies, they're interesting and show how corruptible so many people are. Get this around and out. Remember these people submitted willingly in these experiments. We dont have to, France doesnt have to, New Zealand Doesnt have to, and Australia DEFINITELY doesnt have to. Those people live with spiders that can literally eat your children. Why are they listening to their lame ass billy club wielding police?

 

https://www.greatcollegedeals.net/features/20-most-bizarre-university-experiments-of-all-time/

Stanley Milgram Experiment
Study Conducted By Stanley Milgram

Study Conducted in 1961 at Yale University

Experiment Details: The 1961 study conducted by Yale University psychologist Stanley Milgram was designed to measure the willingness to obey authority figures by instructing people to perform acts that conflicted with their morals. The study was based on the premise that humans will inherently take direction from authority figures from very early in life. Participants were told they were participating in a study on memory. They were asked to watch another person (who was actually an actor) do a memory test and were instructed to press a button that gave an electric shock each time the person got a wrong answer (the actor did not actually receive the shocks but pretended as if they did). Participants were told to play the role of “teacher” and administer electric shocks to “the learner,” who was supposedly in a different room, every time they answered a question incorrectly. The experimenters asked the participants to keep increasing the shocks and most of them obeyed even though the individual completing the memory test appeared to be in great pain. Despite these protests, many participants continued the experiment when the authority figure urged them to, increasing the voltage after each wrong answer until some eventually administered what would be lethal electric shocks. This experiment showed that humans are conditioned to obey authority and will usually do so even if it goes against their natural morals or common sense.

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Stanford Prison Study
Study Conducted By Philip Zimbardo

Study Conducted in 1971 at Stanford University

Experiment Details: One of the most well-known bizarre university experiments occurred when a psychology professor wanted to study the assumption of roles in an experiment. The Stanford Prison Experiment was designed by Philip Zimbardo to study behavior of “normal” individuals when assigned a role of prisoner or guard. College students were recruited and paid a small amount for their participation. The study size was pared down and once chosen, the students were assigned roles of “guard” or “inmate,” and Zimbardo played the role of the warden. The prison guards were told to run a prison for two weeks. They were told not to physically harm any of the inmates during the study. After a few days, the prison guards became very abusive verbally towards the inmates, and many of the prisoners became submissive to those in authority roles. The experiment inevitably had to be cancelled because some of the participants displayed troubling signs of breaking down mentally. Although the experiment was conducted very unethically, many psychologists believe that the findings showed how much human behavior is related to the situation they are in and that people will conform to certain roles if the conditions are right.

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