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Today’s episode is number 3 in this series – check out last 2 FF eps 

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Last ep – talked about media and the realities that they create – but they are not consistent – and massive hypocrites

  1. Talked about conspiracies a bit in the past 2 eps – the media labels anyone who questions the official narrative as a conspiracy theorist
  2. But wait – didn’t they have their own conspiracy theory on how Trump was a Russian agent? Putin and he had secret deals to overthrow the US? 3 years every day there were constant stories of reports of sources from an overheard conversation – blah blah – nothing –
    1. They not only were conspiracy theorists – but promoted that – and in a treasonous way – turning the people of the world against one person – US media lying about their leader to have him removed
    2. But when someone else questions what they say – conspiracy theorist!!!!! – If you question their conspiracy you are the crazy one
  3. It might take a little while to let that set in if you haven’t thought about it before

 

That is where this all has to start

– Start with the people – and next week will be formal education system and implementation –

  1. want to explain how through using what is known about psychology and human behaviour is being used against you –
  2. How do you control what people do? Control what they see, what they read, what they see and what they learn.

 

Behaviours are based around heuristics – If the news ran a story about the danger of one Suburb over and over – each day, a news story about crime in one Town – you may think that the place is incredibly dangerous –

  1. How the media has been instrumental in turning conspiracies on a global scale – Information is passed along at all levels –
  2. Affects what we see, read and hear through media/tv/etc, provides only certain bits of information as confirmation bias, repeated it over and over = very influential over time – a lie repeated enough becomes the truth
  3. Point of this series – don’t get tricked – don’t get distracted by all the rubbish about fear – build your own life
    1. That way you won’t need to be afraid – a person with everything to be self-sufficient doesn’t need the Gov
    2. Don’t miss your time – go and do – to stop worrying about signs that don’t matter
    3. Don’t be unprepared – Don’t look for the government to solve your problems – that is what the UN promises – solution to the global problems that they tell you are problems –
  4. Want to spend time to go through each of the policies – why they use fear to trick you, or how they convince you it is in your best interest to stop trying – avoid getting tricked into a Faustian Agreement

 

How are people psychologically affected by the media and politicians

– cognitive biases that hamper critical thinking –

  1. Availability bias – a mental shortcut that relies on immediate examples that come to a given person’s mind when evaluating a specific topic, concept, method or decision – the more a message is repeated – the more we use that to make a decision
    1. Shark attacks, plane crashes, shootings, etc.
    2. Climate change – This end of the world prediction has been going on since the 60s, so almost 60 years now
      1. Lots of availability bias when people make decisions about this – as we hear the world is getting warmer – sea levels rising – but when physically measured – like in Syd harbour – no records of a rise
    3. Countries like Guatemala and other are seen as very violent with higher death – but Detroit ranks higher than most in shootings –
  2. Confirmation bias – search for, interpret, favour, and recall information in a way that affirms one’s prior beliefs or hypotheses – systematic error of inductive reasoning
    1. something consistent – Conformity providing comfort – tune in and see that Trump is still a racist – fits into world beliefs set out by the media – I have tried very very hard – but cant find an actual racist thing – things interpreted by media as racist – e.g.
    2. “Baltimore, under the leadership of Elijah Cummings, has the worst Crime Statistics in the Nation. 25 years of all talk, no action! So tired of listening to the same old Bull…Next, Reverend Al will show up to complain & protest. Nothing will get done for the people in need. Sad!”
    3. Nothing racist about it – but the media said that because Elijah is black, he was being racist for calling out the squalid conditions – Bernie Sanders compared it to 3rd World nation, the Mayor took a tour (who is black) and said she could smell the dead rats – they aren’t racist – but Trump is
  3. Long term Psychological effects – most damaging in IMO
    1. Gas lighting – making people think crazy – see one thing but told another – 1984 – John Hurt – how many fingers
      1. Oven example – take away agency – self ability – as no longer trust self
    2. Disassociate personality disorders – experiencing trauma – especially young
      1. Not developed to handle it = create a new personality as a coping mechanism to survive
      2. TV is war, violence, shows in Netflix promoting suicide – horror movies – all mini spikes in trauma levels
  • Kids go to school and hear about the guilt they should have based around ancestors’ action – portrayed in functional stories like Roots.
  1. Creates a trauma-based society – feeling too guilty or fragile – look at the Democratic Socialist videos
    1. Aren’t allowed to clap – hold signs up, use gendered language – trigger peoples trauma
    2. Actually really sad – see a room full of people that this sort of system has created
    3. People wouldn’t last 15 minutes without power – aren’t allowed to wear aggressive scents in the 3 panic rooms they had set up at the convention – not joking, google democratic socialist convention 2019 – watch the videos – people can’t even organise a vote in an hour so many ‘points of personal privilege’ brought up
  2. Not worried about these people directly – but they are used – Stalin called them ‘useful idiots’
  1. Built a world on victim mentality – everyone who has been a victim, therefore, has a right to speak
    1. The trouble with playing the victim – excuses awful behaviours that they commit – provides justification
    2. How every genocide starts – that one group is victimised by another so in the revolution they are taken out in retaliation – whether it be ‘middle-class bourgeoise’ or today, white men
  2. It is the media and Hollywood that is responsible to psychologically damage people – news doesn’t inform but mislead (with puff pieces about the royal wedding or celebrity breakups) or promoting a position

 

Department of UN responsible for ideas – Education and the Media/Hollywood

  1. Hollywood – false memories – watch enough movies on Rome or Greece, you will start to think that is how life was
    1. Brain starts making connections and assumptions – forms a false image and idea based around the fantasy that you take into reality
    2. Scientists in the 40s, 50s, 60s, were meeting with TV executives to do this – understand the power of this medium
  2. Framing and education and partnerships – like google that controls 98% of the search functions people do
    1. Me too movements – men being misogynistic – patriarchy – all that stuff most of you would have seen on TV
      1. How prevalent has it been in your own life? Not in a madmen episode – but day to day?
    2. May be just my inner male bigot – only time I have ever seen sexist behaviours – are on TV shows and movies – produced by Hollywood or one of 6 companies that control all of the movies or TV channels –
    3. The objectification of woman – men not showing woman respect – treating them like meat – in reality is awful
    4. Remind me – who glorified the pin up girl? Makeup? Boobjobs, plastic surgery? Making both sexes insecure
      1. Unattainable images of perfection – social media/twitter people breaking down over likes being removed
      2. That is mental illness – created by the partners like FB, Google, etc that team up with the UN for policy
    5. Hollywood pushed that on the population – subconscious education – to either mimic or admire – authority by association – see someone on TV or movies, or even listen to people on podcasts – positions of authority
  3. Minority of people push this, paint every person in stereotypes, then turns around and acts morally superior and chastises the population if they now act and do the way actors have been portraying fictional characters for years –
    1. Separating reality from fiction – they are the ones doing this then blame the population they push this onto
  4. Grooming – normalisation over a period of time to avoid a shock factor
    1. Look back 20 years ago, think of yourself back then and imagine if you heard – male breaks woman’s weight lifting world record – think it was an onion headline but it is phrased ‘transgender athlete’
    2. Boiling the frog – Grooming the next generation to take part in this – so in 10 years they are starting their careers they will be the ones boiling the water for the next generation
  5. This is where education will come into it next week – All this education system does is not prepare kids, but scare them and control, them –
    1. The equivalent of rather than taking kids to swimming lessons – dropping them in the ocean where they can drown or get back onto the boat – but they never learn to swim on their own – become too scared to ever go out on their own as they will drown
    2. Just teach them how to swim!

 

Considering what the UN means by “sustainable development” —

  1. Policies to change human behaviours – how we consume, where we work, live, how we think ‘as global citizens’
  2. Carried out by central planning, global governance – even the very term sustainable – able to be upheld/maintained
    1. Only way to do this is with complete control and unlimited resources – which the world doesn’t have
  3. How much will Agenda 2030 cost? Various figures have been thrown around by UN bureaucrats
    1. Range of costs of the plan = $3 trillion and $5 trillion per year.
    2. Trillions a year – “From Billions to Trillions” report released by the World Bank in July 2015
    3. “To meet the investment needs of the Sustainable Development Goals, the global community needs to move the discussion from ‘Billions’ in Official Development Assistance to ‘Trillions’ in investments of all kinds: public and private, national and global, in both capital and capacity.”
      1. But the money needed to implement Agenda 2030 and other UN schemes is only part of the cost.
    4. Other parts include the loss of our national independence and freedom that the rise of global governance
      1. Which is actually global socialism/corporatism
    5. Revealingly – document states, “We recommit to broadening and strengthening the voice and participation of developing countries [the regimes ruling those countries] — including African countries, least developed countries, land-locked developing countries, small-island developing States and middle-income countries — in international economic decision-making, norm-setting and global economic governance.”
      1. Those countries are ruled by dictators – should show you the mentality of teaming up
    6. “Sustainable” children for global citizenship in the new order will be accomplished via what the UN refers to as “education.”
      1. UN document the word “education” alone is mentioned more than 20 times.
      2. throughout the agreement, the UN openly advocates the use of schools to indoctrinate all of humanity into a new set of values, attitudes, and beliefs in preparation for the new “green” and “sustainable” world order. The UN’s education agenda also puts sex “education” front and center. “By 2030, ensure universal access to sexual and reproductive health-care services [abortion and contraception], including for family planning, information, and education,” the document explains.

 

Known that this is going on – once you are aware – the lies don’t work –

The UN needs your consent to do this – Faustian deal – won’t drop a ton on gold on you – unless you ask for it

 

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