Zal rule

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The Zal rule is an informal term coined by Zal for psyops that share the following: "when a movie of an event is made, the event can safely be considered fake".


Narrative management in psyops

Prescriptive programming, Post programming other psyops
Year Title Referencing event Notes
1990 The Simpsons 3-eyed fish Nuclear power plant, Nuclear threat [1]
1993 The Simpsons Tiger attack, Las Vegas (2003) [1]
1994 The Simpsons Average Joe Astronot (2010), Oliver Knight (2013) [1]
1995 The Simpsons Ebola medical scare (2014) [1][MSM 1]
1998 The Simpsons God particle (2012) [MSM 1]
1999 The Simpsons Nuclear power plant, Nuclear threat, Fukushima disaster (2011) [1]
2005 Family Guy Kevin Spacey scandal (2017) [2]
2007 The Simpsons NSA spying, Edward Snowden release through Wikileaks (2013) [1][MSM 1]
2009 Knowing Deepwater Horizon oil spill (2010)
2012 Family Guy Death Robin Williams (2014) [2]
2012 Family Guy Bruce Jenner (2015) [2]
2012 The Simpsons Debt default Greece (2015) [MSM 1]
2013 Family Guy Boston Bombings (2013) [2]
2013 Family Guy Death Paul Walker (2013), 6 days later [2]
2014 The Simpsons FIFA scandal (2015) [1][MSM 1]

Examples

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

See also

Narrative management


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