- Dec 30, 2015
Then dip your toes into the abyss.Several possible reasons.
Being part of a group, and something bigger.
Feeling disenfranchised and getting the feeling of some sort of control back. Especially if you can help creating the storyline and not just consume it.
Channeling frustrations into something you deem productive.
Believing in something fiercly and standing for it gives you purpose you may lack otherwise.
Maybe being bored or simply wanting to shock, so basically for fun.
Or getting the feeling of being smarter than non-believers.
And the stories are flexible enough to have something to reach a lot of people and maybe hook em with that. An effective strategy of recruitment.
And you know the saying, the bigger the lie, the easier people will believe it?
Also, the world is a very complex environment, politics and economy are very complex, society is very complex.
Many of those myths give simple answers to complex processes.
That's what I got from the top of my head, I'm sure there is more.
It's politics, it's normal.
I won't pull.
Weird Congress could condemn antifa, and their "domestic terrorism" but the media won't.
Text - H.Res.536 - 116th Congress (2019-2020): Strongly condemning the violent actions of Antifa and recognizing that it engages in domestic terrorism.
Text for H.Res.536 - 116th Congress (2019-2020): Strongly condemning the violent actions of Antifa and recognizing that it engages in domestic terrorism.