A reporter from the local newspaper sat down for a short interview with Gordon Philips, founder of the growing Divergent phenomenon as people the world over awaken from their slumber to see their shadowy overlords.
Let's listen in...
Q: Can you explain the Divergent movement?
A: I'd be happy to. But we're not a movement. We're pretty much stationary. We simply diverge.
Q: Diverge from what?
A: From conventional understanding of popular choices. Where two paths diverge in a yellow woods, we don't take the path less traveled. We get the heck out of the woods as fast as we can.
Q: Can you provide an example?
A: Certainly, think of it this way. There are two main political parties in America. No matter which party you vote for, the government always gets in. Helping "None of the above" get in might be the better choice.
Q: So you are anti-government?
A: Not at all. We love the government. It's very entertaining.
Q: So you're not really a movement?
A: Movements all head in the same direction. It's the nature of the herd. If we became a movement, we'd have to disperse.
Q: So does being Divergent just mean being contrarian?
A: No. Contrarians simply do the opposite of whatever the public does, however they diverge within the same 4D hologram of manufactured reality that we Divergents refer to as Normality.
Q: What? Where is Normality?
A: Normality is all around you. It's everywhere. It's an invisible, subliminal, mind control field that permeates all of reality, like the Matrix only without the special effects. It's in the classroom, in the workplace, in the ballot box, in your pill bottle, under your bed, in WalMart, on TV and especially in bank ATMs. Normality is where the Normals live, work and play. Have you ever read Flatland? Normality is a little like that.
A: Normals are people who think the thoughts they have been conditioned to think; who consider that having their children vaccinated, enumerated and educated by the state so they can be milked of their labor like human livestock is all perfectly normal.
Q: It's not?
A: No, it's not.
Q: Does living inside NormalSpace make you a Normal?
A: Pretty much. NormalSpace is generated out of the quantum cultural vortex when a critical mass of Normals comes together to eat, work, shop, watch TV, reproduce, gamble, vote and pay taxes.
Q: What number is required to make this happen?
A: About 100%.
Q: So if NormalSpace is all around us, how can we leave it?
A: You exit only when you discover your personal back door to "The Truman Show" which is basically a perceptual wormhole in the socio-economic membrane.
Q: I think I'm getting a headache. You seem pretty down on the public. Are you opposed to everything public?
A: Not at all. The public can't help themselves, and it's not their fault. They can no longer think. Twelve years of processing in government schools has left them numb. Plus, bathing in the light-emitting Beam from their TV set each evening only reinforces the local quantum field of entangled Normality within their living rooms.
Q: This is getting more than a little weird, but let's move on. Do do reject all conventional wisdom?
A: Yes, but not because it is public. Because it is metaphysically incorrect. The public can be depended upon to believe the exact opposite of just about everything that is true. Which is why we need them. For every yin, there must be a yang. Without the public, we Divergents would cease to exist.
Q: Can you provide some examples of public misperception?
A: Certainly. There's real history, criminal politics, the fiat money cartel, the parallel "dark" economy, vacuum energy, the allopathic medical monopoly, why three skyscrapers turned into dust on "9-11" and the third one wasn't hit by a plane, global depopulation, the secret space program, the truth about our conscious, living sun and its tendency to bake us every 12,068 years. You know, basic things like that.
Q: Do you make any attempt to educate the public to your point of view?
A: Heavens, no. We wouldn't dream of it. People need to diverge on their own. It's something that happens when you turn off the lights, unplug the TV then look at yourself in a mirror.
Q: But how can you see yourself in a mirror if you turn off all the lights?
A: Exactly. See? You're diverging already.
Q: Thank you, this has been most enlightening.
A: I was afraid you'd say that.