Ahoy, John Carroll: Nineteenth century London rang…

Times of unusual stress such as the Covid years seem to aggravate what I want to call the apocalyptic temperament, at the core of which is paranoia.

Symptoms include the wild overdramatising of events, thinking trapped in obsessional closed circuits, delusional fears, conspiracy theories and, at the extreme, belief that some cataclysm is about to bring the world to an end.

An accidentally perfect description of every health official and Premier in Australia

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4 Responses to Ahoy, John Carroll: Nineteenth century London rang…

  1. Ivan Denisovich says:

    An accidentally perfect description of every health official and Premier in Australia

    And most of the msm.

  2. a reader says:

    And all of Twitter, and the Facebook groups/pages infested/inhabited by the Karens and Darrens

  3. cuckoo says:

    belief that some cataclysm is about to bring the world to an end

    If only…

  4. Shy Ted says:

    The elites have got a lot to be paranoid about. Convid ain’t one of them.

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