Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Psywar- The real battle is for your mind

One of my favourite topics! Mind Control. Social Engineering. How you are manipulated daily. And, you don't even know it.
The documentary Psywar is available entirely, HERE
Approximately 90 minutes.
Or if you just want to watch it in bits.
Here is the first part- Whet your whistle!



Each part runs about 7 to 13 minutes. So if you have limited time, just watch a short piece at your leisure. But, make sure you watch it all. I did get to watch it over the weekend and I felt it worth posting.

Alert- Noam Chomsky is in the documentary. If this would normally turn you off. Don't let it.
The documentary as a whole is worth watching.

Part 2

Part 3

Part 4

Part 5


Part 6

Part 7

Part 8

If you have even more free time. Or can come back to watch more later.
Check out the documentary HUMAN RESOURCES at Undeleted Evidence
From what I have watched, Human Resources seems to be a companion piece to the Psywar documentary.
My comment on the beginning of Human Resources.Cruel. The name, BF Skinner and his Operant Conditioning, garner a mention. I have posts on him here and here

Also related: Rebranding 'psy-ops' to military information support ops

The best way to protect yourself from mass manipulation and make decisions that are really your own, is to be aware of how it is your are manipulated and break free of those tools of control.

As I always say, the best way to start is disconnect from the television.

4 comments:

  1. The problem is two fold: Control addiction on the one hand, and an epidemic craving to escape from freedom to "be controlled." In a democracy, if a majority wants to be controlled while claiming they want freedom, the few who really want it lose. (Seven people are stranded on an island--5 men, two women--5 vote for sex, two against. What happens? Democracy: Majority rules.)

    And don't get me started on Skinner. Think of behaviorism as a snow ball rolling down a hill getting bigger. Skinner took over the ball after Watson got it rolling. If you comb Watson's own words very carefully for "why" he started Behaviorism in the first place, you'll find that he had certain thoughts, feelings, and intentions that compelled him to declare that thoughts, feelings, and intentions can in NO WAY drive behavior. He established a self conscious revolt against consciousness; an auto-catalystic system of self-denial; a system that would permanently protect him from ever really getting to know himself.

    And people flocked after him by the millions. A battle isn't really a battle unless there's opposition.

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  2. "Behaviorism in the first place, you'll find that he had certain thoughts, feelings, and intentions that compelled him to declare that thoughts, feelings, and intentions can in NO WAY drive behavior. He established a self conscious revolt against consciousness; an auto-catalystic system of self-denial; a system that would permanently protect him from ever really getting to know himself. "

    "He established a self conscious revolt against consciousness."



    So he in fact established a revolt against being human.

    Ignore your feelings, subvert them, supress them, avoid them bury them, whatever. Stop being human and alive and be something else..
    Something already half way to dead.

    That is what I take away from that.

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  3. BINGO! A vital step in the forging of Homo Sapien Mitochondrion--slave to the newly growing global metabolism/economy: The Body of The Beast

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  4. Erik: if only more people would wake up!

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