Below is from the Q Research Board — author unknown, but has a ring of truth to it. And my observation and experience in public relations and television news leads me to understand that some are more susceptible to manipulation than others with so-called “street smarts.”


“Whoever would overthrow the liberty of a nation must begin by subduing the freeness of speech.” — Benjamin Franklin

“Entertainment” is a general term. We might say “that which fascinates.” Entertainment can make us happier, smarter and better and more tolerant, or, in the hands of advertisers or our enemies, can be used to terrorize, confuse and divide us.

The power of entertainment to transform society is enormous. “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” was a powerful emotional narrative that resulted in more humane treatment and eventual emancipation of the African slave population. We must use the same mechanism, dramatic entertainment, and the same platforms and technologies, to distribute a spectrum of entertainment to remediate the damage cause by decades adverse IO. In the short term to provide reliable information and to offer reassurance and a hopeful vision of future.

As Wilson Bryan Key put it back in the 80s, “In spite of the evidence presented, most Americans will still find it difficult to believe that their trusted, high-credibility information sources long ago betrayed them into the hands of profit hungry marketing executives who have quietly researched, developed and exhaustively applied a subliminal technology of communication that is now driving every larger segments of the population to pathological behaviors. “

Repairing our common cognitive capacity means dealing with significant levels of damage to neurological function amounting to PTSD. SEX and DEATH images perceived by the unconscious exert unseen influence distorting our collective worldview and inhibiting discernment by the inappropriate linkage of emotion and symbols or ideas.

British psychologist Norman Dixon, in evaluating 500 scientific studies, concluded, ‘behavior can be determined[induced] by external events [implanted suggestions] over which we can affect no conscious control.’ Dixon, Subliminal Perception p 322

Hypnotic induction techniques targeting the unconscious component of mind affecting the areas listed:

1 Dreams

2 Memory

3 Conscious perception

4 Emotional response

5 Perceptual thresholds

6 Verbal behavior

7 Adaptation level or judgement values

8 Purchasing behavior

9 Psychopathology

10 Reproductive drive/sexuality

The list of subliminal effects powerfully demonstrates how humans can be programmed into almost any group perceptual construction aka cultural perspective by those who control media. Bluntly, Key said, “Media provide the system by which economic markets are controlled.”

The US public has had decades of exposure to subliminals and years of exposure to acute phase Information Operations conducted by satanic cultists deep state media complex in defense of economic privilege and to forward satanic cultists commercial and political objectives.

An IW or Information War objective is to defeat enemies without kinetic conflict. Explicit and implicit, passive and active, to promote what is harmful and avoid, ignore, or destroy healthy organic growth. Social subversion tactics have the objective of “crashing” the civilization.

These tactics attack cognitive capacity, promote binary thinking, create false divisions, exacerbate existing social inequities and gradually constrict public vocabulary, introducing subliminally active masonic “occult” material like “Catcher in the Rye” written by pedophile JD Salinger, into high school or grade school curricula.

“Young people are commercially managed into group identifications, values and behaviors under pretense these are individualized preferences. Much of this consumer conditioning is engineered via popular arts and culture, which derive from advertising and marketing promotion, “ Wilson Bryan Key noted in the early 80s.

Subversive tactics include the use of prepared coordinated media campaigns to manipulate popular belief, often in conjunction with staged, traumatic public events such as bloody terrorist attacks, political assassinations and false flag attacks to exacerbate racial, religious or cultural divisions among populations, engendering false polarities.