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'''Prescriptive programming''' is a term introduced by [[User:Kham|Kham]] to define a term to described as "the fact that media productions and publications before a [[psyop|planned staged event]] do in fact announce the script of the upcoming event that shall be accepted and propagandized as reality by the media."
'''Prescriptive programming''' is a term introduced by [[User:Kham|Kham]] to define a term to described as "the fact that media productions and publications before a [[psyop|planned staged event]] do in fact announce the script of the upcoming event that shall be accepted and propagandized as reality by the media."



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Prescriptive programming is a term introduced by Kham to define a term to described as "the fact that media productions and publications before a planned staged event do in fact announce the script of the upcoming event that shall be accepted and propagandized as reality by the media."

Examples

For more examples, see the category at the bottom of the page

See also

References

Fakeologist


Cluesforum


Hoaxbusters


Other

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