"What we are looking at right now is a time and place where so much of our world has been designed by – is being engineered by threats and fear. We are literally in a fear environment where people have been shaped, to a large degree, by the fear that they are exposed to on a daily basis," says Kesterson during his program "BardsFM" on Brighteon.TV.
"So many of the poor decisions that are out there right now and being made on behalf of COVID and mandatory injections are all coming from the fact that people have been compelled by fear."
Kesterson points out that this reaction to fear is based on a biological impulse that many people have a difficult time controlling, especially if they are unaware that it is happening. (Related: FEAR-BASED pandemic goal: Create "novel" viruses, then reduce world's population by several billion by scaring everyone into taking deadly vaccines.)
According to Kesterson, the deluge of bad news put out by mainstream media outlets during the COVID-19 pandemic is pushing people into a "hyper-state." He describes this state as when dopamine is amplified and serotonin is reduced.
"Dopamine is tied to our adrenaline, and when you get hit with fear, the first thing that does to your body is it injects us with this 'fight or flight' mechanism," explains Kesterson. "Following that comes the dopamine rush, which narrows our focus. And it does so, so that things can become clear, so that you're allowed to make a clear route and choice in terms of 'fight' or 'flight.'"
Kesterson points out that in this "fight or flight" hyper-state, people are unable to think rationally and make clear decisions. This helps push people into getting vaccinated.
He expresses concerns that this hyper-state could become more "locked-in" rather than transitory as more and more people take the vaccines and as mainstream media outlets continue to push fear-based propaganda on people. Meaning, no matter how many facts regarding the vaccination are presented to the locked-in people, their brains will not be able to process them.
"This is going to create a massive problem on a level far beyond just of health," Kesterson says.
Mainstream media outlets all over the U.S. have been busy broadcasting the latest series of advertisements from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) urging people to get vaccinated. The ads have been created in response to the decreasing vaccination rates in the country.
The HHS's latest series of advertisements was released Wednesday morning, Oct 6. The series of ads features scripted emotional tales from supposedly unvaccinated survivors of COVID-19 as well as a nurse from an intensive care unit.
In one of the ads, a person introduced as Kole, 27, claims he contracted the post-vaccine delta variant of COVID-19 over two months ago.
"I haven't been the same man since. I went from being a man who loved to play outside with his children and exercised, to a man who barely has enough energy to make it through the day," Kole claims. "Whatever the side effects of the vaccine may be, I can promise you they're not worse than this. I urge you. Please get vaccinated."
"I've been in the hospital for 76 days now. It was a lot of dark times then. I died three times. They gave me a five percent chance of living," says another supposedly unvaccinated COVID-19 survivor named Terrell.
"You take advantage of, like, simple things in life. Like going to the bathroom and brushing your teeth. I have trouble doing all that now [because of] the after-effects of COVID. So I highly recommend everybody to get the vaccines and really protect themselves because this is no joke."
Another COVID-19 "survivor" named Amanda says: "I got COVID. I was intubated and in a coma for 11 days. I did not get the COVID vaccine. I was concerned about some of the side effects. However, if I had it to do over, I would definitely go get the COVID vaccine."
"I know that I was very close to death. The fact that I almost did not come home to my husband and to my children is terrifying," Amanda adds.
"The delta wave that we're seeing now. People are younger and sicker, and we're incubating and losing people that are my age and younger," says Felicia, a registered nurse who, during the entire 30-second advertisement, could be seen crying.
"People with kids that are my kids' age that are never gonna see their kids graduate. They're never gonna meet their grandkids. And then to know that they could have gotten vaccinated and it could have made a difference."
The new ads have been carefully crafted to entice as many people as possible to get vaccinated. According to the federal department's research, recent polling has found that personally knowing somebody who became seriously ill or died from COVID-19 can be a powerful motivating factor that gets the vaccine-hesitant to finally get the vaccine.
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