Deleted member 6403
Made It Out The Hood
- Apr 14, 2020
So tell me how it's a "scam""Out side of the Peat sphere there seems to be still very little awareness of the darker side of serotonin."
Translation: This whole serotonin disease was made up by a cult-like ideology on a forum somewhere to spread lies and misinformation to stop people from lifting weights, probably to sell something or to lower the competition by keeping men weak and skinny.
OP is just too naive to realize that his entire thread is sourced from a cult.
Vegans use cherrypicked studies too, this cult isn't achieving something new.
But, cherrypicked studies don't tell the entire story.
If there really was something going on, then health officials would talk about it, but they don't, because it isn't real, just like the vegan community's claims that animal products cause cancer are wrong. Every time someone creates a cult of lies, it is always done with a hidden agenda behind all of this, that's what you always need to remember.
I used to be naive like you in the past, but as I got older, as I got lied to by many scammers and online cults, I eventually reached a point where I can detect them and avoid them instead of being brainwashed.
Teenagers of average or low IQ like OP are definitely an easier target because their brain isn't fully developed yet and they don't have the maturity to detect scams, because they believe in strangers too much even when the subject comes only from one source.
Also, low IQ adults fit into that same category.
What causes people to fall prey to these cults is that usually, the cult will lure you in with a few truths with a bunch of lies hidden underneath. For example, MGTOW used divorce rates, and cherry picked data about false rape accusations to try to convince men that women are evil, and Vegans used proof of animal cruelty in the animal product industries and cherry picked studies about health to gain more followers.
Have you even read Peat's articles? They're all well referenced, he makes 0 money from doing this.