Big media’s mind control program

Big media has the power to manipulate and control our perception of reality.

Big media’s mind control program

Big media’s mind control program

The most effective tactic has been the “politically correct” attack on our free speech.

Six big multinational conglomerates now control the world’s media, from news stations, newspapers and publishing houses to movie production, television “programming” and video games. Consequently, by controlling the information we receive, big media has the power to manipulate and control our perception of reality.

The most commonly used tactic is to report only the facts that support their narrative and leave out those that don’t. For example, the mainstream news reports that the Inuit people have observed radical changes in the arctic environment, such as melting glaciers, disappearing sea ice, changing wind patterns and higher temperatures. They offer this evidence as proof of man-made global warming, but what they don’t report is that the Inuit have also observed radical changes in the sky.

The Inuit elders have noticed the sun doesn’t rise in the same place and is higher in the sky. The positions of the stars and the moon have also changed, leading them to believe that the Earth has tilted to the north. Geophysicists agree that the magnetic north pole is rapidly shifting and warn of a geomagnetic reversal in the near future. However, this evidence is ignored because it reveals that the true cause of climate change is not our “carbon footprints” as they would have us believe.

Another tactic, is what Nazi propagandist, Joseph Goebbels called “the big lie.” He said, “If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it.” Today, the corporate media endlessly regurgitates the big lie. “Highest CO2 levels in history!” “Hottest year on record!” “97% of scientists agree!” But even though these claims are clearly false, the followers of mainstream news believe it to be true.

In order to maintain the big lie, Goebbels explained that it is vitally important to repress dissent, “for the truth is the mortal enemy of the lie.” That’s why so many independent journalists and researchers are being censored, demonetized, shadow-banned and purged from the Internet. And, why big media needs “fact-checking” sites, so that alternative news sources that expose the big lie can be labeled as “conspiracy theorists,” “climate deniers,” etc.

Big news corporations also have access to “Hollywood magic” and with the help of “green screens” and CGI technology, are able to totally fake any news event their globalist masters desire.

But the most effective mind control tactic yet has been the “politically correct” attack on our free speech. It’s been the perfect psy-op to trick the population into silencing and censoring itself. Suddenly, free speech and hate speech have changed places. As Orwell said, “The further society drifts from truth, the more it will hate those who speak it.”

David Work

Lake Cowichan

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