One of the most crucial tools the elite has had at its disposal to manipulate and control the masses has been television. Previously, indoctrination primarily occurred through religions, schools, newspapers, and created conflicts. However, thanks to technological advances like radio and television, the elite gained the ability to place a hypnotist directly into people’s homes.
”I truly look with sympathy over the great mass of my fellow men who, reading newspapers, live and die in the belief that they have known something of what has happened during their lifetime” said President Thomas Jefferson over 200 years ago. Since then, much blood has been shed due to the ruthless elite that has been in control for a long time.
Professor Gustav Korlén spent two and a half years registering the daily offerings of SVT (Swedish Television). The study aimed to gather statistics on the number of programs from the Anglo-American world compared to those in German and French. The results showed 90 percent for Anglo-American programs and 10 percent for German and French. I conducted a similar study on several advertising channels and arrived at the same figures. The uniformity is evident and devastating.
One might think that the one-sidedness and superficiality dominating TV programming are bad enough, but unfortunately, it is even worse. The current global elite is fully aware that it is impossible to control six billion people physically. Therefore, they resort to psychological means. They have long used psychologically trained propagandists.
One of the pioneers of modern propaganda was Edward Bernays, the nephew of Sigmund Freud, who, in his book ”Propaganda” published in 1928, stated that the conscious and intelligent manipulation of the habits and opinions of the masses is an important element in society. In the first chapter, ”Organizing Chaos,” Bernays writes:
”Those who manipulate this unseen mechanism of society constitute an invisible government which is the true ruling power of our country. We are governed, our minds are molded, our tastes are formed, our ideas are suggested, largely by men we have never heard of.”
Regardless of one’s opinion, it remains a fact that in almost every aspect of our lives, whether it’s politics, business, social behavior, or ethical thinking, we are dominated by a relatively small number of people who understand the mental processes and patterns of the masses. They are the puppeteers who control public perceptions.
In the second chapter, ”The New Propaganda,” Bernays, in reference to democratization, writes:
”It is possible to shape human behavior to some extent. The conscious and intelligent manipulation of the organized habits and opinions of the masses is an important element in democratic society. Those who manipulate this unseen mechanism of society constitute an invisible government which is the true ruling power of our country.”
George Orwell once wrote that at any given moment, there is a kind of orthodoxy that pervades everything, a silent agreement not to discuss important and uncomfortable facts. John Swinton, a former editor of The New York Times, shocked participants at a banquet for journalists in 1880, where the theme was press freedom. Swinton said:
”There is no such thing, at this date of the world’s history, in America, as an independent press. You know it, and I know it. Not a man among you dares to utter his honest opinion. The business of the journalist is to destroy the truth, to lie outright, to pervert, to vilify, to fawn at the feet of Mammon, and to sell his country and his race for his daily bread. We are tools and vassals of rich men behind the scenes. We are the jumping jacks; they pull the strings, and we dance. Our talents, our possibilities, and our lives are all the property of other men. We are intellectual prostitutes.”
In the 1960s, Professor George Gerbner at the Annenberg School of Communications at the University of Pennsylvania conducted studies that showed TV has far-reaching and obvious effects on our worldview. Excessive TV-watching has a greater impact on how we perceive reality than our daily life in society.
In 1971, Professor Herbert Krugman conducted a study that showed it takes only 30 seconds before we enter a kind of hypnotic state after turning on the TV, during which we do not analyze the information we receive. This is because the frequency at which TV images are displayed is close to the state we experience during hypnosis. We relax and turn off the analytical, left side of the brain, allowing the frontal lobe to have less contact with the rest of the brain, making us more susceptible to suggestion and often uncritically receiving the information we are presented.
All of this is described in detail in Dr. Aric Sigman’s book ”Remotely Controlled,” which demonstrates how children, in particular, are affected and harmed by television. Most people have effectively been trained into a consensus trance, meaning they have been fed what the rulers think is appropriate to think and believe since childhood. Children are placed in front of the TV before they can even walk and are bombarded with hysterical movies, noise, and advertisements. By the time they reach adolescence, they are experts at murdering and massacring through computer and TV games, but many of them can barely open a book.
Their brains are often overstimulated by all the impressions and the tons of sugary products they consume, making them a nuisance both to themselves and their surroundings. There is no doubt that there is a doctor on hand who is quick to label many of them with ADHD.
Every day, the media hurls out pseudo-events involving various more or less famous individuals and their antics. We get long reports on wannabes who explain that they are addicted to plastic surgery, stars who are unfaithful, overdose on drugs, or engage in unhealthy diets to become extremely thin.
TV channels bombard viewers with commercials for products they would usually be better off without, and they are often so skillful that people even sit and laugh while being indoctrinated. Who hasn’t experienced people coming up and saying, ”Have you seen that funny commercial?” My response is always the same: ”No, I don’t watch commercials!”
Film companies mass-produce series and movies that constantly imprint stereotypes, prejudices, and other nonsense in the minds of viewers. Since the 1950s, comedies have gradually depicted fathers as bumbling idiots
and mothers as nagging shrews. The children in these series have no respect for the foolish characters who, in a normal world, would be role models and guides on their way into adulthood.
In addition to this, they have released vast amounts of violence-glorifying films and series that have desensitized people to the point where they barely react to things that would have made people sick just 30-40 years ago.
Today, we see a plethora of crime series that subtly desensitize people to things they would typically find repulsive. For example, when Jack Bauer in the marathon series ”24” tortures people to obtain vital information.
In the logic of the new world, this is entirely okay because Jack is a hero, and he does what he does for the greater good, all while effectively conditioning us to believe that the world is teeming with dangerous terrorists who constantly threaten us. More sophisticated examples can be found in the hugely popular CSI series, where our heroes dissect dead bodies and play with blood in their pursuit of yet another murderer.
Propaganda machine number one in the world when it comes to film production is, of course, Hollywood. The name comes from the fact that magicians and sorcerers used to have a magical staff made from material from a sacred tree. In other words, the magical wand was made of sacred wood, ”holy wood” in English. Today, it’s the dream factory in Hollywood that casts its magical spells on the audience with tons of manipulative and destructive rubbish.
Despite what we think we see and hear on TV, much of it enters our consciousness subliminally, with messages going into our subconscious and affecting us. Steven Jacobson, trained at Boston University School of Communications, worked in the film industry for several years. When he came across medical protocols that examined mental programming and deprogramming, he quit his job and made it his mission to inform the public about the brainwashing that takes place through film and media. ”We live in a virtual reality where deception has become an integrated part of society,” says Jacobson. Richard Salent, former president of CBS, said, ”Our job is to give people not what they want, but what we decide they ought to have.”
As I’ve said before, it’s no accident that it’s called TV PROGRAMMING, as in to program. Zbigniew Brzezinski, former advisor to eight U.S. presidents, said in the ’70s: ”Soon it will be impossible to think for oneself. People will just repeat the information they received from the previous evening’s news.”
Is everything shown just propaganda and rubbish? Of course not. There are several examples of good and intelligent series and films that have nothing to do with the elite’s propaganda, but more on that in a later article.
How you are programmed through TV