Mass mind control through network television

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PostWed Jan 19, 2011 4:40 am » by Theyrecomming


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PostWed Jan 19, 2011 4:02 pm » by Graystone


Interesting information doc. Are you the author or quoting another source? One of the challenges with effecting change on this scale is "they" have spent billions of dollars and several decades making this way of thinking a part of our psyche. Undoing that will require some heavy thinking and a strategic approach. Awareness, like in any psychological approach, is the first step, but people need tools and support to effect life long change. If you don't provide those, I am afraid you could just end up adding to the fear mentioned in the article.

Interesting post, thank you!

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PostWed Jan 19, 2011 5:24 pm » by Sentientseed


I read part of it but it is quite a lengthy read and my brain desires a defrag rem cycle.

I have thought for a while now about this term/phrase we call mind control. I have been reading this stuff for years now and believe it about as controlling as an air traffic controller who hasn't slept for a week and is trying to ground the worlds entire air fleet on the same runway in a matter of minutes. Some may land safely, some may keep circling till they crash and burn, and others will move on to another flight path of their own accord.

I consider it more of an attempt to heavily influence. All one has to do is realize most every idea presented may be an attempt to heavily influence. One could say the story itself is an attempt to heavily influence something in the reader. It isn't like one cannot just get up from the tv and go do something else. People chose not to.

Don't get me wrong, I do see this influence in people and society and in myself as well. I recall GWB saying....let us not tolerate outrageous conspiracy theories and even though he was hardly a pres that most of the world cared for....it seems that it matters little as to the affect that phrase/sigil of his seemed to have. Now I may be noticing this more because what he said stuck in my head as well...but it seems since then....it is ever increasing that it the phrase conspiracy theorist and ideas that seem to go along with it (tin foil hat/paranoid/crackpots) are tossed about in common conversations concerning most any topic of discussion anywhere and everywhere. Sarcasm, Skepticism, and Disbelief in anything anyone says seems more commonplace nowadays including places like this where these sorts of ideas are sought out by people that come here. Yet we end up with the same sorta negativity 'cause we ourselves get tired of wading through what we see as bsing our hopes/thought/ideas of something we may or may not want to see as a societal reality...even to the point where many may be wondering is this really as good as it gets.

Although it seems this way to me...doesn't mean I also do not see that many factors may play into this sorta thing. TMI from all sorts of sources can just be one of the who knows how many contributing factors.

Still, until someone create some sorta of G'ould parasite/tech which I may have difficulty fighting off...I still have the option to think and chose what influence I wanna to latch onto or cast off to some degree. Some influences may be harder to alter than others but as for the TV...I can simply turn if off. If I chose not to...well...is that my fault or do we lay that on those trying to influence us as well? No one is holding a gun to my head...not yet anyway.

Now tomorrow I may say something similar to what the article says. Some may call this wishy washy...some a flip-flopper. I chose to call it...trying to see things from all angles and then sorting it out in my head the best I can...which then may lead to TMI syndrome and I'll decide to just shut down and go play Farmville and a myriad of other mindless games, watch some porn, or spend some wasteful time watching an entire sideshow such as My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding and strangely wonder if the legal aged girls ever go against their stated "super morals" and delve into the porn arena with us country folk. Gypsy Porn...interesting. Wonder how long it takes to actually get those wedding dresses off. :)
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PostWed Jan 19, 2011 11:02 pm » by 1ofakind


In the Uk I used to watch television PROGRAMMES. I do not watch now as I do not wish to be PROGRAMMED by a TV that has some kind of agenda.

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PostThu Jan 20, 2011 6:21 am » by Theyrecomming


graystone wrote:Interesting information doc. Are you the author or quoting another source? One of the challenges with effecting change on this scale is "they" have spent billions of dollars and several decades making this way of thinking a part of our psyche. Undoing that will require some heavy thinking and a strategic approach. Awareness, like in any psychological approach, is the first step, but people need tools and support to effect life long change. If you don't provide those, I am afraid you could just end up adding to the fear mentioned in the article.

Interesting post, thank you!


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PostThu Jan 20, 2011 6:23 am » by Theyrecomming


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