Category Archives: Propaganda

33% less farts

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The soft/sun approach always works better than the hard/North wind approach (Greta) when it comes to influence operations (IO) propaganda. Songs and jingles and happy children are particularly effective.

Clearly Burger Pig has taken a page from this fable.

Reduced methane emissions beef. Do the cows know they are part of the solution?

Only thing missing from this shameless piece of pandering is the masks.

The corporations are clearly the new governments.

No more borders, no more democracy.

Just majority shareholders.

H/t Eddleson James

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Devil’s in the Details… (Second Wave Propaganda)

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I won’t back up this disgusting propaganda full of crisis actors and Baphomet signs.

The coronavirus hoax was designed to destroy the United States independent system more than anywhere else in the world.

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Remember the summer before 9/11/2001?

Caryslike this

The word attack began being used in earnest in the summer leading up to the “9/11 attacks”.

The media’s fixation with shark attacks began on July 6, when 8-year-old Mississippi boy Jessie Arbogast was bitten by a bull shark while standing in shallow water at Santa Rosa Island’s Langdon Beach. The shark, which measured approximately 7 feet (2.1 m) in length, bit off Arbogast’s arm in the attack; it was then caught and killed after being dragged by its tail onto shore by Arbogast’s uncle, Vance Flosenzier. Although Arbogast was immediately pulled out the water by an unidentified bystander, the sever

Investigative journalist John Stossel explains the media’s shark fixation in his book Give Me a Break, stating:

Instead of putting risks in proportion, we [reporters] hype interesting ones. Tom BrokawKatie Couric, and countless others called 2001 the “summer of the shark.” […] In truth, there wasn’t a remarkable surge in shark attacks in 2001. There were about as many in 1995 and 2000, but 1995 was the year of the O.J. Simpson trial, and 2000 was an election year. The summer of 2001 was a little dull, so reporters focused on sharks.[9]

Source: Summer of the Shark – Wikipedia

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Why it may be hard to spread truth

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Anyone who works in psyOps must read this book in their first year of training.

The Climate Change revolution fits this template perfectly.

So will the next “revolution”.

The True Believer: Thoughts On The Nature Of Mass Movements is a 1951 social psychology book by American writer Eric Hoffer, in which the author discusses the psychological causes of fanaticism. Hoffer analyzes and attempts to explain the motives of the various types of personalities that give rise to mass movements; why and how mass movements start, progress and end; and the similarities between them, whether religious, political, radical or reactionary. He argues that even when their stated goals or va

Source: The True Believer – Wikipedia

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The power of effective propaganda is real

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Psychic driving of propaganda is real mind control. It is MK Ultra without the chemicals and props.

Children (I have some) do speak like this. It’s frightening how frightened they are.

It’s difficult to counteract and oppose. Logic, reason, real science has no effect.

We know from 9/11 research that an entire population can be fooled, dissenters cast out and sent to the dark web (is this where you are now?)

If only fakeologists had the keys to the media (mainly endless money) to send a message.

Long before Delenn Kershaw ever heard the term eco-anxiety — feeling overwhelmed by the existential challenge of climate change — the 19-year-old Scarborough teen said she experienced it.

“I had no idea about it, but I felt it, I very much felt it,” Kershaw told CBC News on Friday.

www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto…

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Oh to be a kid today

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Brought to you be the Dept. Of Fear, a special video to scare the shit out of your children.

The Sandy Hoaxers have no shame.

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Shameless anti-“denier” hit piece

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It’s amusing listening to msm podcasts try and dismiss and attack anyone who challenges vaccinations, climate change, or the even NASA.

I listen to these to know the enemy. I call this clever propaganda.

Sometimes when we believe something, no amount of data can change our minds. This week, we look at how we rely on the people we trust to shape what we believe, and why emotions can be more powerful than facts. This episode features new reporting and favorite conversations with neuroscientist Tali Sharot and philosopher of science Cailin O’Connor.

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