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1 2 3 Punch submitted by GoBackToReddit to funny

TheDiceMan 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago

I wonder if the kid did anything to goad him on....

how to redpill canada? submitted by theoldones to AskVoat

TheDiceMan 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago

Great question. It would require large scale social engineering. Fortunately, humans are rather easy to manipulate in large groups.

It would require a Bernays-esque type of tactical social psychology campaign. Persons of high authority and social status would be targeted first. It's much more efficient to target social leaders, convert them and then use their social status to influence others.

That's just one particular tactic of many. It's possible though--obviously. There are public entities (governments, specific factions and actors etc.), private businesses and "NGO's" (I work in public consulting...NGO's are often used for non-disclosed purposes) who are working in social engineering everyday.

Consider the effects of 2nd and 3rd wave feminism in the United States. Does anyone really think that it was entirely organic? Social movements are planned, researched and designed over long periods of time by some of the brightest social scientists in the world.

The same could be done in Canada, but require tremendous organization, focus and discipline.

Obviously, nothing is 100% guaranteed, but yes--there are strategies and tactics that can be employed.

Both chimps and children found to be willing to pay to see bad players punished submitted by killer7 to psychology

TheDiceMan 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

Interesting!

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Both chimps and children found to be willing to pay to see bad players punished submitted by killer7 to psychology

TheDiceMan 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

Interesting!

1 2 3 Punch submitted by GoBackToReddit to funny

TheDiceMan 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

It's really no way for a kid to act.

how to redpill canada? submitted by theoldones to AskVoat

TheDiceMan 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago

Great question. It would require large scale social engineering. Fortunately, humans are rather easy to manipulate in large groups.

It would require a Bernays-esque type of tactical social psychology campaign. Persons of high authority and social status would be targeted first. It's much more efficient to target social leaders, convert them and then use their social status to influence others.

That's just one particular tactic of many. It's possible though--obviously. There are public entities (governments, specific factions and actors etc.), private businesses and "NGO's" (I work in public consulting...NGO's are often used for non-disclosed purposes) who are working in social engineering everyday.

Consider the effects of 2nd and 3rd wave feminism in the United States. Does anyone really think that it was entirely organic? Social movements are planned, researched and designed over long periods of time by some of the brightest social scientists in the world.

The same could be done in Canada, but require tremendous organization, focus and discipline.

Obviously, nothing is 100% guaranteed, but yes--there are strategies and tactics that can be employed.