What is the main difference between "psyop" and imagination?
Or did they just copy/paste Igor Chudov all on their own?
Is the information and analysis from these controlled opposition entities enlightening?
Or does it feel like you are being told what to think instead of having your own thoughts valued?
Boostershots will NEVER tell you what to think. It's always up to you. Every opinion, personal story, weird idea, harsh criticism, or explicitly abhorrent insults are all welcome.
The word "coordinating" is a huge compliment for us. Because it means the controlled opposition significantly fears us, and it's concerning, as we are anything but "coordinating".
If anything, we are scatterbrained, disorganized, experimental, indecisive, and exhausted. It's fair to say that we've really freaked out
some a lot of people in our own camp!
The human spirt and love for our children is what keeps Boostershots going.
Intentions and motivations are the factors which define the character of creativity.
Imagination is a form of creativity that is enabling, honest, and inviting.
Young children have the innate ability to naturally migrate across imaginary landscapes they create for themselves during childhood play with the absolute freedom to choose whether they want to be in that setting or not. They can take the lead, or attempt to collectively change it, or keep whatever it is going...or if they want to leave it altogether and make their own imaginary setting, they're are free to do so too. Everyone's on board if they want to be, and children will willfully choose the "game" or imaginary setting they naturally want to be in the most. It's total freedom of imagination at the playground.
Enabling, honest, and inviting.
This is not to say that young children don't deceive. They do it all the time! But this is always on a direct human to human level. Same goes for "exclusion". Kids can be viciously excluding to other children and it's a terrible thing to see. But it's not the same type of exclusion and deception behind the "psyop" form of creativity. Young children aren't mature enough to do this to each other at this very young age.
"Psyop" is also a form of creativity, but it's controlling, deceitful, and excluding. Not everyone's in on it, only the elite controllers are. Your own imagination is brutally suppressed under threat of exclusion. You're forced to participate in someone else's twisted reality or face a negative consequence, and if you ever challenge the nature of that constructed imaginary reality, then you will be punished and/or silenced.
Let's take two well known fictional creative geniuses to use for an example.
What are the intentions and motivations behind each of these creative-genius types of characters?
Hannibal does not want to share, he wants to take. He will use his "creativity" and blend it with deception in order to achieve the ultimate goal behind his motivations; more power, more satisfaction, more control, and all of it at your expense.
Hannibal will charm you, captivate you, and manipulate your feelings in order to take for himself, to become more powerful. He wants your soul, and he does not want to share his soul with you, unless it is the only means to get to YOUR SOUL in the end.
What's Willy Wonka's motivation?
Willy Wonka?!?!?! What? Stupid Baby! Bad example! Willy Wonka is even more of a "psychopath" than Hannibal Lector! Wonka's a deranged man who doesn't care when innocent children are drowned in liquid chocolate, transformed into a blueberry, attacked by squirrels, or sucked into a television set! He enjoys watching them suffer! And he's a megalomaniac! Your stupid baby avatar looks just like Hannibal Lector in that fucking Jason mask! Ever think of that?! Loser! Go to Hell!
Slow down girl.
We must remember that we've been invited into Roald Dahl's imagination, and we need to see what's going on through this creative lens. (Also remember that all of those other "flawed" kids end up "ok" in the end, despite that none of them were ever "ok" to begin with).
Willa Wonka is "a nutter." (Someone said this about Boostershots in one of the 5 comments we might have had just a few months ago). That's dope.
Willa Wonka's character is a dreamer who's so fed up with humanity that he purposefully locked his soul into his own creative dream, a dream that he transformed into reality by using his imagination and skills to build his chocolate factory. It's humanity that he has ultimately given up on, because it is humanity which has transformed all of the reality outside his factory into a miserable unimaginative prison environment. (Remind you of anything?)
Back to Wonka's motivations. More Power? More Control?
I'm not seeing that. Are you?
What are Boostershots motivations?
Are we using imagination to enlighten and inspire you?
Or are we using "psyop" to deceive and control you?
It is our goal to inspire as many free thinkers as possible to look into the fraud of the germ theory. Boostershots values your thoughts, and your imagination too.
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. (1964) Written by Roald Dahl. Illustrated by Quentin Blake. Penguin Group.
The Silence of the Lambs (1991Strong Heart/Demme ProductionOrion Pictures https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0102926/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1
"Dreams" Van Halen. (1986) 5150. Warner Bros.
Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971) Wolper Pictures
"The Blue's Clues Pride Parade Sing-Along Ft. Nina West!" (2021) Blues Clues. Nickelodeon https://at.nick.com/BCYYouTube