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Concept.png Phobia
An irrational, sometimes overwhelming fear

A phobia is an irrational fear. Many people have a range of phobias, whether about spiders, heights, the dark etc. These are only subject to limted conscious control, but usually do not have much impact on people's lives. The phobias of particular interest to this project are those which are cultivated for purposes of social control. Notable amongst these in the modern era is Islamophobia and COVID-19/Panic. [1]


Although they often have a rational basis (such as fear of falling), phobias are an unreasoning fear.

"War on Terror"

Full article: Rated 4/5 “War on Terror”

In the 21st century, systematic efforts are being made to cultivate fear amongst the populations. This can be understood as an extension of the Statgegy of Tension policy which NATO pursued in the years of lead in Italy by using the Gladio network to stage false flag attacks, which they


Full article: “Islamophobia”

Even as they preach about the importance of tolerance, many groups are in fact promoting Islamophobia.


Full article: Xenophobia

Xenophobia is the fear of foreigners. This is arguably on the rise in Western Europe, connected to Islamophobia, after large numbers of immigrants have arrived after being NATO attacks have driven them out of their home countries such as Libya, Iraq or Syria. In 2015, the UNHCR reported a large increase in displaced persons, or which the majority were children.[2]


Full article: Russophobia

Russophobia, fear of Russians, struck USA most notably during the Cold War, during the so-called "Red Scare".



Page nameDescription
"Islamophobia"Irrational and exaggerated fear of the Muslim faith.
RussophobiaAnti-Russian sentiment, commonly referred to as Russophobia, describes prejudice, fear or hatred against Russia, the Russians, and Russian culture.


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