psychological warfare

If passed Bill M103 will bring Islamic blasphemy laws to Canada

?In politics stupidity is not a handicap.?

? ?-Napoleon Bonaparte

The Prime Minister of Canada Justin?Trudeau will be holding a vote on February 16, 2017?on Bill M103, that if passed, will enact Islamic Blasphemy Laws in Canada creating a defacto Sharia compliant state on the Northern border of the United States. I?know that it sounds like something out of a Thriller?novel but unbelievably it is real life and Canada is really facing the possibility.

In order to push this vote forward, Trudeau has diabolically employed psychological warfare tactics created by the Muslim Brotherhood, and has smeared the entire Canadian population with the lie that they are Islamophobic.

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Journo-terrorism created the Trump monster

Cognitive dissonance occurs when the facts don’t match your perception of the world. In order to maintain your view of yourself as a smart and well-informed person you need to come up with an explanation for why those facts don’t match your perception. ?This is the situation that Hillary voters found themselves in when Trump won and it is the reason why so many of them have gone crazy, crying and rioting and generally carrying on like spoiled brats. The cognitive dissonance has been HUGE for them.

Victims of Journo- terrorism, they have been conditioned to see ?Trump as a monster. The creator of the cartoon Dilbert, Scott Adams ?explains the problem.

This brings me to the anti-Trump protests. The protesters look as though they are protesting Trump, but they are not. They are locked in an imaginary world and battling their own hallucinations of the future. Here?s the setup that triggered them.

1. They believe they are smart and well-informed.

2. Their good judgement told them Trump is OBVIOUSLY the next Hitler, or something similarly bad.

3. Half of the voters of the United States ? including a lot of smart people ? voted Trump into office anyway.

Those ?facts? can?t be reconciled in the minds of the anti-Trumpers. Mentally, something has to give. That?s where cognitive dissonance comes in.

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