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3 Things Sheeple Do That You Don’t Have To

from Ready Nutrition:

Do you ever get that feeling like you’re surrounded by automatons, people who merely mimic life, without really living it?

Sheeple, as they may be called, are otherwise ordinary folks who’ve adapted particularly well to the workforce/consumer/obedience training agenda. They’ve been taught to be docile, foolish and easily led.

They’re particularly keen at following mainstream narratives and adapting to group-think and group-behaviors.

Almost criminally uninformed at times, they are predictable, obedient, gullible, and uninquisitive, always doing their part to sustain the cultural power dynamic by policing and enslaving themselves and staying focused on whatever tasks have been given them. The primary rewards for their acquiescence being comfort and the illusion of security.

Sheeple are everywhere, to be sure, but a tremendous counter movement is rising in opposition to this engineered madness.

The amount of people waking up is truly inspiring, and a big part of this transformation is a growing awareness of just how much of what we do and what we think is not actually born of original thought, but rather instructed by cultural programs scripted by industry, government and the psychopaths at the helm of spaceship earth.

Waking up from this is a certainty, once awareness of it kicks in.

Here are 3 things that sheeple do that you don’t have to:

1. Self-Sabotage

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1 comment to 3 Things Sheeple Do That You Don’t Have To

  • Fred

    The only thing worse than a “Sheeple” is an pompous know-it-all Prepper who thinks they are better than everyone else because they store food & sh*t. Who, by-the-way, was a Sheeple themselves just a few years back.

    STFU already.

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