Despite sixteen months of lies, terror, humiliation, denigration, condescension, abuse, censure, and condemnation, a great many people apparently continue to believe that those who have implemented and, in many cases, continue to implement the lockdowns, masks, and social distancing measures are guided by good motivations. The same applies to the peck, which is increasingly being pushed as mandatory. Nothing but good motivations all around.
That anyone at all still believes that the people leading and managing the System are inherently good pushes me to the edge of comprehension. But then I remember that for many people, the System is all there IS. For most moderns, the very concept of mortal life begins with the System and ends with the System, with no possibility of anything purposeful or meaning existing outside the System.
I get the impression that deep-down most people recognize that the System is intrinsically evil, but they lack the metaphysical scales upon which to weigh the recognition. As a result, they file away the dim recognition as wrong think, silliness, weakness, evil, or stupidity before plunging back into their external reality of all System, all the time.
I imagine it is rather difficult to accept the reality of an evil System if the System marks the boundaries of every aspect of your existence - your feelings, your actions, your thinking. All of it. Much better to be lulled and tugged into the delusion that the people leading and managing the System are motivated to do good.
Vox Day noted the following concerning people who willingly submitted to the peck (bold added):
The problem with Ann's analysis is that most of the vaccinated, at this point, don't see themselves as having made the wrong choice. They may be mildly concerned that they did, but given the overwhelming magnitude of the media propaganda, their concerns are little more than a niggling doubt at this point.
That's why they don't want to hear that you're still fully human, still unsterilized, and that you have not submitted to the experimental gene therapy. They simply don't want any doubt cast on their preferred narrative where scientists are good and worthy of trust, where governments act for the benefit of their citizens, and where life and liberties are essentially safe.
It's very scary to step outside that narrative, just as it would be very hard for the average cow heading for the slaughterhouse to step outside the herd. It's not spite or misery loving company that causes them to put pressure upon you, it's merely an understandable preference for a belief in a nice, easy, and essentially good world instead of the fallen planet ruled by evil sociopathy that it actually is.
Leave them to their ignorant bliss. There is nothing you can do for them now, except permit them to live in peaceful, unthinking tranquility until the brutality of the real world forcibly intrudes upon it.
The inability to discern evil is not technically an inability, but a choice. Anyone who sees good motivations behind anything connected to the birdemic and its peck has made a choice.
A wrong choice.
The glaring motivation disconnect stems from this wrong choice, which makes the chooser's own motivations clearly discernible as well.