Mass hysteria I’ve been whining about for a couple years now, explained much more concisely and eloquently than I could have!
There are no good numbers on where the problem exists in the first place. – Emily Deruy
The most fascinating and infuriating thing about belief is its ability to sustain itself by feeding on nothing other than pure faith. No matter how little evidence there is for the existence of the cherished notion; no matter how egregiously it violates all the laws of nature, human behavior and math; no matter how ludicrous the very premise is; and no matter how many of its supporting tenets are debunked, the belief just keeps on going, held aloft by nothing other than the feelings it engenders in its adherents. The “sex trafficking” cult is certainly no exception; its adherents gather together on lawns and highway ramps, engage in their sacred rituals like getting dressed and making paper airplanes, and mumble their profession of faith over and over again. Cult leaders invent new…
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