According To The Father Of Propaganda An Invisible Government Controls Our Minds With a Thought Prison

By Sigmund Fraud | Waking Times

“Who are the men who without our realizing it, give us our ideas, tell us whom to admire and whom to despise, what to believe about the ownership of public utilities, about the tariff, about the price of rubber, about the Dawes Plan, about immigration; who tell us how our houses should be designed, what furniture we should put in them, what menus we should serve on our table, what kind of shirts we must wear, what sports we should indulge in, what plays we should see, what charities we should support, what pictures we should admire, what slang we should affect, what jokes we should laugh at?” ~ Edward Bernays, Propaganda

Authored by Edward Bernays and published in 1928, the book Propaganda still holds its position as the gold standard for influencing and manipulating public behavior. Drawing on his expertise in psychology while using the language of manipulation, Bernays pioneered social engineering via mass media, and his work lives on in the distorted, statist, consumer world we have today.

2 thoughts on “Government Controls Our Minds With a Thought Prison

  1. Narrow minded thinking and following the usual propaganda is a mistake.

    Your talking about Tavistock and modern consumerism.

    The FACT is that, the Human Herd has been controlled and Directed for many Thousands of Years.

    People always do the same thing……psychology has always been known.

    I’ll tell you one secret;

    In Britain, on a Military Reserve, in 1954……….StoneHenge was BUILT…..and given out to the Public with all its Mythology.

    Understand?

  2. Many people are actually afraid to hear anything BUT the propaganda. I guess you can’t blame most of them, since it’s much more comfy (for now) to believe the lies parroted by the sock puppets in the news and so called “authorities” and celebrity air heads.
    When you inform someone who listens to the MSM they usually either 1) ignore you 2) laugh at you 3) say a derisive comment or two about you personally and what you told them or 4) get outright hostile. If you luck out, you will find a few that actually listen to what you say and ask questions. If you’re really fortunate, they won’t dismiss you out of hand after a few questions and will want to know more.
    Solutions are what we need, but the more that wake up, the more possibilities for change.

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