The Last Ship

I just finished re-watching Season 1, Episode 8 of The Last Ship.  It is like a script for what we are seeing today—complete with PCR, the demonic asymptomatic carrier [although he injected himself into infectiousness], and genetic modification using an immune person’s blood.   A bevy of brave volunteers risk their lives unto near-death testing the shots.  The only thing we are missing is the background music.

I decided to take a break from things and finish up watching a series I had neglected to watch to the end long ago.  At the time, things were as normal as they were going to be, but not for long.





I groaned and groaned and groaned as I realized the indoctrination being splashed [toilet-wise] on the public.  The proposed heroes of then


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.have been replaced by proposed heroes today.  It’s more than annoying. 



People have no clue how the television [boob-tube for some] has been used to condition us.  Remember Edward Bernays?

“It started with TV and took over Mainstream Media in every form. “Conditioning” “Indoctrination” The Land of the Free became the Land of Free Enterprise and we became the product.

Author Enrique Suarez weaves us through the strategies used to “change” our minds.

We’reallinthistogether We’reallinthistogether We’reallinthis…

#psychology #socialpsychology #sociology #criticalthinking #freedom #humanbehavior

Edward Bernays: The Father of Public Relations andArchitect of the Consumer MindThe Century of the Self


Enrique Suarez

Master of Education & International Development

Harvard University

Enrique is now a pretty hefty guy in his field.

Read more of this Harvard paper HERE

Did I think moments of imposed relaxation would evolve into this?  HELL NO!!!

The Last Ship – S01E01 – Russians First Encounter

The crew inside the U.S. Navy missile destroyer must find a cure for the global viral, pandemic, that has wiped out over 80% of the world’s population.


The Last Ship Season 1 Episode 1 – GLOBAL PANDEMIC

AFTERBUZZ TV — The Last Ship edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of TNT’s The Last Ship. In this show, hosts Bobby DeMuro, Marina Santos, and Charlotte Broadbent discuss episode 1.

The crew of a naval destroyer is forced to confront the reality of a new existence when a pandemic kills off most of the earth’s population.

After a global pandemic wipes out 80 percent of the world’s population, the crew of lone unaffected U.S. Navy ship, (guided-missile destroyer), the fictional USS Nathan James (DDG-151), must try to find a cure and stop the virus in order to save humanity.


The Last Ship Season 1 Trailer

The title of the pilot, “Phase Six,” refers to the level of the virus that is taking over the world. It is a fast-moving, mutating virus that kills victims within two days.

The entire plot of the series revolves around this disease and trying to eliminate it. [Sound Familiar?]

Scientist Rachel Scott (Rhona Mitra) is working to fight it, while the crew of a Navy destroyer at first knows nothing about it. Because of their position at sea during the outbreak with no communication, the crew is oblivious to what is happening around the world. But once they learn about it, their mission on the ship changes dramatically.

The Last Ship – S01E01 – The Outbreak

I give up.  Let’s delve into some real fiction [at least I hope it’s real fiction…]

The Invaders opening titles

Copyright January 2021 by Joyce Bowen

A Writer, Mother, Student of Human Behavior for a lifetime. The science bug bit early with a desire to follow a career in genetic research.

I declined a free pass into medical at the age of 23 as a result of brain damage suffered by my toddler. As a result, I diverted into the paths of psychology and human behavior. It would be years before I discovered the cause of both my children’s brain damage.

Writing became a solace and a path forward through the sometimes muddy waters of life—an emotional, scientific, and logical expression of many topics followed, but my most pressing concern has always been that of children and their lives.

There is no one-size-fits-all either genetically, medically, or psychologically.

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