Fear is a strong force that can influence our behaviour.
This is especially true when it comes to our health. We all want to keep ourselves and our loved ones safe. So, when we hear about something that might put our health at risk (such as a “deadly virus from Wuhan“), we become afraid. This fear can then guide our actions and decisions.
When an authority wants to make people do certain things, it can use fear to guide people’s actions. For example, if the government wants everybody to wear a mask, they use fear of SARS-CoV-2 to make people comply.
The reason this works is quite simple.
When we are afraid, we often act without thinking too much. Fear can make us believe we have no other choice but to do what we’re told. This is because fear can cloud our judgement, making it difficult for us to think clearly and make our own decisions.
Which is why it’s important to think critically and research things ourselves.
If we only act out of fear, we might end up doing things that aren’t truly in our best interest.
Like being surveilled and controlled.
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