Media Role Example of Mass Formation Psychosis

Media Role Example of Mass Formation Psychosis



A media role example of their role in Mass Formation Psychosis was provided by CBS Los Angeles on January 3, 2022.  In a short ‘formation’ clip, the well-choreographed piece of only about a minute and a half was an example of the producers staging their own actors who were impersonating investigative journalists, and showcasing passersbys they were able to craft into their narrative of fear.

From the studio, the official studio voice that will guide us throughout, set the clip by informing us parents were hesitant to send their children back to school due to the Covid-19’s Omicron surge, and intoned testing precautions they are taking now should be respected and emulated.   Passerbys number one were two cute little fourth-graders who responded to the question as to whether they were ready to return to school from winter break with the typical and anticipated: “No.”1    

But take heed this time, we are told from the studio voice in this set-up, because they are not the only ones who are hesitant.   

Enter passerby number two, introduced as a parent of Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) school children.  She wants them to go to school, but because of this new virus she is “so scared,” she tells them, “I am really, really scared.”2  So far, so good, and in what has to producer’s gold, this woman shares with us that she lost a sister to the virus. Credentials established.

As the film rolls, the studio voice narrates that we are seeing a testing site in Reseda, California, where these ‘interviews’ are taking place.  Of course, our parent has brought her children to the site for testing.

Next up is a concerned individual who may or may be an LAUSD employee, or a parent.  A dash on credentials, but an enthusiastic cheer-leader for mandatory testing, and the never-ending vaccines.  His lead-in to the piece supplied by the studio voice is: “some are worried that, right now, the testing isn’t mandatory.”3  He thinks the previous mandatory testing program was “brilliant,” and “the vaccination programs’ been brilliant,” but the district is woefully unprepared to deal with the Omicron variant of Covid-19.4 

Here’s the push: You should be scared; you should be very scared.  Don’t walk, but run to your nearest testing site, for, get ready for it, testing that should be mandatory, and take any and all jabs that you can get.

In less than a minute and a half, this polished production is a shinning example of what Dr. Robert Malone, inventor of mRNA technology used in todays Covid-19 never-ending ‘vaccines’, explains as Mass Formation Psychosis.  The term originates from a look at how a civilized and well-educated population of an entire nation, and parts of the whole world, could become and do the things of Nazi Germany. 

In an interview on New Years Eve with Joe Rogan, Malone explains how the term was derived:

It was from, basically, European intellectual inquiry into what the heck happened in Germany in the ‘20s and ‘30s. Very intelligent, highly educated population, and they went barking mad. And how did that happen? The answer is mass formation psychosis.5

The Rogan interview with Dr. Malone is available on Spotify.  The three-hour podcast is also available in three segments.  Ignore the barking.


1-4. Students Get Tested Before Returning to LAUSD Schools Next Week, CBS Los Angeles. January 3, 2022.  YouTube.

  1. ouTube takes down antivaxx Joe Rogan interview which likened vaccines to mass psychosis, Yahoo, January 3, 2022.
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