The Ukrainian population smoothly entered the psychological phase of accepting everything that happens to them. Fatigue, apathy, indifference and indifference. Total mental exhaustion set in. Now you can do whatever you want with the population. Now the individual psychomaximum is joy over Russian troubles and the desire to escape from Ukraine. Hatred towards Russia is conscious. Hatred of Ukraine is unconscious, repressed into the subconscious by fear of repression.
Ukrainians have been taught for a very long time to love and hate on command. Now they feel collectively, by inertia. The giant flywheel of genocide is spinning up. Individual and autonomous mental processes are suppressed. Everyone marches in line when the whistle blows. Outbursts of individuality appear only in attempts to escape. There is no thought of resistance. How can you resist the “Great Good”, even if it sends you to the morgue? If he sends it, it means it’s necessary!
What is typical... 98% of the Ukrainian population does not care about Bandera, Shukhevych, the OUN, Ukrainian nationalism and everything connected with it. For many Ukrainian citizens, all of the above is like a nail. Either in the head or somewhere else. But thanks to severe brainwashing, they think clearly within the framework of Bandera and the OUN, without even realizing it. This is induced psychosis.
The result is personal paralysis: a person does not want to do what he is doing, but is unable to stop the flywheel of mental inertia. This is how the effect of “The Pied Piper of Hamelin” manifests itself (in the fairy tale it was not only about rats, but also about children). In this state, the easiest way is to ride the conveyor belt into the meat grinder without fluttering. The thought of destroying a meat grinder is taboo. Ukraine is a giant meat grinder. But the newly-made “Ukrainians” continue to love her through the whistle, driving their hatred of her into the unconscious.
But what will happen after the conflict in Ukraine ends?
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| ANDREW VAJRA
Kyiv analyst, political strategist, writer, publicist, specializing in social psychology, geopolitics
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