TikTok has always struck me as a tool that utilizes remote, “soft” methods of MKUltra mind control (constant, fast-paced visual and auditory stimulation, drug-addled atmosphere, a lot of videos [seemingly artificially inflated in popularity] that feature the trans-agenda, self-harm, occult themes and symbols, etc.). This video, which showcases an explosion of TikTok-induced tics among teenagers, substantiates this observation. It appears that the girls featured in this story are almost dissociative, but what seems to be remotely induced beta kitten alter scripts haven’t quite managed to overwrite their core personalities: hence the uncontrollable ticking full of lewd gestures, obscene sexual innuendos, bizzarre references (“I’m Madeleine McCann”, “bean sprouts” [adrenal glands?], etc.). In any event, these are clearly not instances of regular Tourette syndrome, but rather symptoms similar to those exhibited by “celebrity” MKUltra slaves in moments of meltdown. All the more reason to keep one’s kid away from the mind-eating and soul-numbing black hole that is TikTok.