Another example of predictive programming

Once a video game junkie, my interest in them has dropped dramatically since I woke up. These days, I would rather read a history book than play a game, but I like to keep an eye on what is pushed onto the unsuspecting public. Video games have become powerful tools to program the young for the future they will see and the best examples are the myriad of war shooters that take place in locations eerily similar to the Middle East. There is a new game called “Homefront” coming out next month and it’s message isn’t pleasant.

The premise is simple enough: The North Koreans have invaded and are occupying the U.S.A. and you are part of the new American revolution that will expel the enemy. The North Koreans? Really? Right off the top of my head, I can think of another, stronger “enemy” that actually has the population numbers required to launch an attack AND occupy the landmass of the U.S. Ignoring this glaring oversight, I was more interested in other visual clues in the trailer. I won’t spoil it for you, but if you’ve been doing your homework, you’ll see what I’m talking about.

Homefront game trailer

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Unreasonable Persuasion

If the idea of a carbon footprint made any sense at all, I would give it serious consideration. I defy anyone to explain it to me without using one of the many slogans and buzz words repeated ad nauseum on TV and in print.

I wonder what they’re trying to tell the young in this commercial?

(This video is another victim of the memory hole. Thankfully, some of us have memory.)

The strangeness of language.

Language is full of strange messages. This one came to my attention recently.
Timothy Leary.
When you break down his name, you get Tim o thy Leary. Add an “e”, substitute it for the “y” in “thy”, add an “f” and you end up with “Time of the Leary”. “Dr.” Leary, introduced an entire generation to LSD, promoting it as a gateway to enlightenment. When you dig a little further, you can find an old children’s poem called “Leary the Lamplighter”.

My tea is nearly ready and the sun has left the sky.
It’s time to take to the window and to see Leary passing by.
For every night at teatime, before I take my seat,
With lantern and with ladder he comes pacing up the street.

Now Tom will be a soldier and Mari will go to sea,
And my papa’s a banker as rich as rich can be.
But I when I am older and can choose what I’m to do
Oh Leary I’ll come round at night and light the lamps with you.

Leary engaged this child’s imagination, just like Dr. Leary did with the young in the ‘60’s.
Next, realize that the CIA was very “heavy” into LSD research in the ‘50’s and ‘60’s and that it is alleged the Dr. Leary may have worked for this alphabet department and the strange message begins to shine through, so to speak.
Those in power think of us as children and for the most part, the establishment is correct. It’s only when one grows up and takes responsibility for the future that the true enlightenment begins.

If you want an example of propaganda, I give you this…

This is the video shown at the commencement of Copenhagen treaty conference that began last week. Here is the trick. Children themselves never decided that global warming is a threat, rather they were shown and told so over the past two decades. The plaintive cries of the children at the end of this video are not genuine at all, but are simply scripted and acted out like all entertainment provided for us. Please remember this important nuance.