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NWO VFX: WHY TV IS NOT REALITY

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Think about this:  the people who are “creating the NWO” own all media,: TV, film, internet, etc..  These two video tutorials demonstrate how video and film can be created and changed to “look real” even though they are complete fiction. We are seeing these technologies used on “TV News” and Hollywood films constantly. The people who own this technology in Hollywood, television, shadow governments, etc.. can use these technologies in REAL TIME to create the illusion of “reality”.  I’m not saying that nothing on TV is “real”.  However,  computer created or altered video can include wars, false flag events, political performances, etc..  Do you really think Obama writes his own speeches?

PROPAGANDA AS PUBLIC MIND CONTROL

Edward Louis Bernays ( November 22, 1891 − March 9, 1995) was an Austrian-American pioneer in the field of public relations and propaganda, referred to in his obituary as “the father of public relations.” Bernays was named one of the 100 most influential Americans of the 20th century by Life. He was the subject of a full length biography by Larry Tye called The Father of Spin (1999) and later an award-winning 2002 documentary for the BBC by Adam Curtis called The Century of the Self.

His best-known campaigns include a 1929 effort to promote female smoking by branding cigarettes as feminist “Torches of Freedom“, and his work for the United Fruit Company in the 1950s, connected with the CIA-orchestrated overthrow of the democratically elected Guatemalan government in 1954. He worked for dozens of major American corporations including Procter & Gamble and General Electric, and for government agencies, politicians, and non-profit organizations.

Edward Bernays was born to a Jewish family, the son of Ely Bernays and Anna (Freud) Bernays. His great-grandfather was Isaac Bernays, chief rabbi of Hamburg. Bernays was a “double nephew” of Viennese psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud—by virtue of his mother, Freud’s sister, and of his father’s sister, Martha Bernays Freud, who married Sigmund.

Of his many books, Crystallizing Public Opinion (1923) and Propaganda (1928) gained special attention as early efforts to define and theorize the field of public relations. Citing works of writers such as Gustave Le Bon, Wilfred Trotter, Walter Lippmann, and Sigmund Freud (his own double uncle), he described the masses as irrational and subject to herd instinct—and outlined how skilled practitioners could use crowd psychology and psychoanalysis to control them in desirable ways.

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