The Red Pill 2051_Indignation

Indignation: Anger or annoyance provoked by what is perceived as unfair treatment. Example: Having to take his belt and shoes off repeatedly at the airport filled Chad with indignation.
ORIGIN late Middle English (also in the sense [disdain, contempt] ): from Latin indignatio(n-), from indignari ‘regard as unworthy.’

We are constantly treated as cattle in this system, but most people don’t see it, because indoctrination and propaganda has done an excellent job of distorting the public’s perception of the treatment.  Most propaganda is sociological in nature and is designed to integrate a citizen into the society, no matter how inhumane it might be.  Ponder that notion for a while and decide for yourself, whether it is true or not.

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