By: Major Burdock | 03-17-2021 | Opinion, Studio
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Psychology: Why Snitching for The Regime Will Destroy You

Burdock compares two articles devoted to the psychology of snitching: one written by Sophie Chen published June 24, 2009 in Psychology Today, the other by Natasha Hinde of The Huffington Post UK published September 20, 2020.

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Pepesfangirl No. 95496 2021-04-01 : 03:13

Thank you for covering this topic. I don't think snitching culture gets nearly enough press even from Patriots and anons.
Snitching creates an entire culture shift in society. My husband is from a former communist country. I used to joke at how guarded and evasive he and his family is. Now i see the value in not being so open and transparent since Covid hit.
Snitching will have a dramatic impact on how we as Americans will interact. We're known for being warm, open and welcoming in America ( think southern hospitality ).
We will be forever changed.

Pepesfangirl No. 95497 2021-04-01 : 03:29

Thank you for covering this topic. I don't think snitching culture gets nearly enough press even from Patriots and anons.
Snitching creates an entire culture shift in society. My husband is from a former communist country. I used to joke at how guarded and evasive he and his family is. Now i see the value in not being so open and transparent since Covid hit. I visited his country and this avoidance of small talk is evident decades later. No small talk, no casual conversations at the registar. The subway was silent.
Snitching will have a dramatic impact on how we as Americans will interact. We're known for being warm, open and welcoming in America ( think southern hospitality ).
We will be forever changed.
Your assessment of the personalities involved in this is spot on. These are peopel who finally feel empowered.
I fear our culture will never be the same after this in regards to human interactions.

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