The psychological manipulation of television is indeed a horror show to the awakened man
As all but the most blind have seen in recent years, mass media is a social engineering project built upon a mountain of lies. The advent of the Internet and the Wisdom of Crowds phenomenon have been ill winds blowing over once-dominant television’s fantasy land, with Realtalk exposing mainstream news and entertainment for what they are – propaganda and palliatives.
As someone who hasn’t owned a television since leaving a career in the news industry two and a half years ago to go live in the real world, I can’t overstate the importance of turning off your television permanently and relegating it to the ash heap of history. Even casual television watching manipulates your mind in ways most men don’t even imagine.
Here’s an easy way to see this for yourself.
If you’ve been away from television long enough, then sit down with a crowd of Americans you’ll notice their conversations mimic bad sitcoms and bad movies. It could be because these people spend more time with their televisions than they do other people. As reported by the Waking Times in an expose on social engineering via television:
Westerners spend four plus hours a day, the equivalent of two months a year, or nine years in a lifetime, being hypnotized by a television screen without being conscious of the effects this activity has on them. Their free time is spent in imaginary relationships with fictitious characters on the screen.
That could be why I felt like I was caught in an episode of Friends the last time I sat down at an open-air cafe here in the Caribbean and had the unfortunate circumstance of having some Americans sit down beside me.
Regular people parroting sitcoms is actually a frightful illustration of just how powerful a medium television is. As fictional newsman Howard Beale warned us 40 years ago in the classic film Network, the biggest threat TV poses is the almost invisible way it reprograms our minds.
You’re beginning to believe the illusions we’re spinning here, you’re beginning to believe that the tube is reality and your own lives are unreal. You do whatever the tube tells you. You dress like the tube, you eat like the tube, you raise your children like the tube, you even think like the tube. This is mass madness, you maniacs. In God’s name, you people are the real thing, WE are the illusion.
Media critic Hal Baker confirms Beale’s statement, commenting on just how virulent television is.
I know the secret of making the average American believe anything I want him to. Just let me control television… You put something on the television and it becomes reality. If the world outside the TV set contradicts the images, people start trying to change the world to make it like the TV set images.
That was certainly the case for me as I chased the illusions of television. I couldn’t figure out why the world didn’t match the images I saw on television. I thought television was a reflection of the real world only to later find out it was a reflection of leftist social engineers’ thought control matrix. After a decade inside the belly of the beast I resolved to start living my own exciting life rather than living vicariously through fakers on TV and in film.
What mass media ultimately represents is early experimentation in putting humans into controlled environments, designed to influence the speech and thought patterns of billions. Waking Times references L. Wolfe, who reportedly specializes in mass brainwashing. Wolfe goes all the way back to the inception of television and the earliest research into the medium at Tavistock Institute, “which became the center for the study of human behavior, mind control, propaganda, and social manipulation” in the 1920s:
As Tavistock’s researchers showed, it was important that the victims of mass brainwashing not be aware that their environment was being controlled; there should thus be a vast number of sources for information, whose messages could be varied slightly, so as to mask the sense of external control.
Indeed, most Americans weren’t aware the messages broadcast into their homes were being designed to manipulate them until the past decade.
Wolfe’s claim also fits my own observations from my years in the media. Most reporters don’t even know they’re living in a controlled environment, parroting the messages they hear from agenda setters in New York. This is why conspiracy claims are always laughed at. The mind control is so insidious those reading the news don’t know how to see the world in any other way but through the leftist myopia that has been foisted upon them.
Perhaps the elite’s confidence in the power of mass media is best illustrated by former CIA director William Casey’s statement back in 1981:
We’ll know our disinformation program is complete when everything the American public believes is false.
Just look how close our rulers got to achieving this nefarious aim before the Internet burst the centralized communication bubble. Looking back only a decade ago the mainstream media had enormous influence over the minds of the masses as they shoehorned Barack Obama into the presidency immediately after a treacherous 8 years under another conman named Bush. These days, the MSM has become nothing but a laughingstock because the public are aware TV programming is designed as part of an agenda.
Eliminating television for my life was an important part of my personal liberation that set me on the path to a better life. But, what about another insidious form of thought control – social media?
Facebook is now embarking on social engineering schemes – including testing acceptance of pedophilia on the network
More recently, I’ve begun experimenting with eliminating social media from my life. Particularly, Facebook. In my now week-old experiment, I’ve found that I don’t miss the contrived dramas, humble bragging, virtue signaling, and social preening of Facebook.
Importantly, in what was long the purview of television Facebook has now embarked on a program of social engineering. It recently tested users’ tolerance to pedophilia in a survey that has wrought ire from many users. Fox News reported:
“In thinking about an ideal world where you could set Facebook’s policies, how would you handle the following: a private message in which an adult man asks a 14-year-old girl for sexual pictures,” one question in the survey reads.
The disgusting multiple-choice poll gave users the option to condone the sick behavior, allowing them to vote that the “content should be allowed on Facebook, and I would not mind seeing it.”
Another possible, nausea-inducing response was that “the content should be allowed on Facebook, but I don’t want to see it.”
As a result of not only the fiasco brought on by Zuckerberg’s network testing the waters for pedophilia but a concerted effort to silence both conservative and libertarian voices, Facebook has reported its first ever decline. From KTLA:
Facebook reported on Wednesday its first-ever decline in daily users in the U.S. and Canada. It had 184 million daily users in this region in the quarter, down from 185 million in the prior quarter.
As always, the decline was spinned by those who will never admit they fucked up as something they desired.
Mark Zuckerberg told investors that tweaks made to the content Facebook shows users has led to a 5 percent drop in the total amount of time users spend on the social network.
Notice how the truth is garbled with public relations pleasantries in that statement. Facebook tweaked their content in a move to start censoring thought criminals, i.e. conservatives and libertarians which caused a decrease in use on the site. That’s the truth hidden between the lines.
This particular user has almost eliminated Facebook completely.
I regularly deactivate my personal account – which makes my profile invisible to other users and eliminates the urge to click on the “f” on my smartphone. As I wean myself from the platform, my eventual goal is to delete my account.
Perhaps the most important result of eliminating both mass media and social media from my life is the inner sense of peace I have. If I want news, there are a million places to find it. If I want to be social, I seek people out rather than having a digital mediary between that person and myself.
When it comes down to it, I just don’t need to surround myself with make believe. Nor do I need to have all the details of my life data mined by Faceboom. There’s really no place for corporate media, most social media, and most Hollyweird film in an awakened man’s life.
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