Message from Swedish Chef in Meme Warfare #how-to-guide


2018-03-03 13:13:49 UTC  

→Plant a Seed and Watch it Grow

People don't need preaching to. That's the problem. Those who know a lot (have a lot of background info) tend to tell it all and overwhelm. Just plant a seed and back away (ask a question that gets them thinking)

Do other things, let them have a chance to process that and work it out in their mind.

Ask a different question about the topic (seed you planted), see how they answer.

You are watering that seed, and it grows both downward (into subconscious) and upwards (towards the conscious).

Go away and do other things.

Plant the seed, come back to it later, but lead them, coax them, gently gently, softly softly.

Some people take a long time to process things - I have family members who are just now "getting" something I said to them years ago, and they forgot I was the one who brought it up

2018-03-03 13:15:00 UTC  

Move step by step. First, introduce questions or concerns (like a shill!) about corruption in government.

Second, add republicans and democrats as possible thieves. Then name individuals and ask, don't make claims.

After all that, the next stage is introducing the idea of an interconnected web of corruption that became an international crime syndicate like the mafia, but run by politicians….

Make it understandible by referencing organized crime, not vampire elites bloodlines, aliens, fractional reserve banking or so on.

Keep it normal. Thoughtful. Non-offensive.

Step by step. And fast steps!

→Ask, Don't Tell

When you tell something, you can get cognitive dissonance.

When you ask something, you can BYPASS cognitive dissonance.

2018-03-03 13:16:12 UTC