by Jeff Berwick
Throughout history, overlords controlled their subjects through fear.
The ever-popular witch hunt is a prime example of maniacs finding a socially acceptable reason for the divergent to be unjustifiably persecuted and/or killed.
The Salem PSYOP
Between June 1692 and May 1693, fourteen women, five men, and two dogs were executed for their supposed supernatural crimes in Salem Village, Massachusetts.
The process of identifying witches began with suspicions or rumors. The people most likely to be accused of witchcraft in Salem were those who appeared to be different from the norm.