Browsing: Mind Control

‘In my 30 years as a self-improvement coach, the most important insight is that where you put your attention is where your energy goes. If you find that hard to believe, try this: Walk through a crowd. Put your attention on the people. Then walk through the same crowd again and put your attention on the gaps between the people. More of them will now make way. Try it. It never fails. Here’s another experiment: Stand at the corner of any city street and look upwards for a while. You will notice people around you also look upwards. They want to know what you are looking at, and for that brief period you determined the direction of their attention.

If I tell a group of people to think of a red car, there is a great likelihood that all of them will do it. And if I tell them not to think of a red car… they will also think of a red car! They could have chosen to think of a blue mountain instead. From that you realise how easy it is to steer mass attention.’

Read more: Manipulating the Mass Mind and Attention

‘May can be a particularly dangerous month for schoolchildren. According to 13 years of recent data collected on mental health emergency room visits at Connecticut Children’s Mental Health Center in Hartford, May typically has the most.

Boston College psychology professor, Peter Gray, looked more closely at this data and found that children’s mental health is directly related to school attendance. Dr. Gray found that children’s psychiatric ER visits drop precipitously in the summer and rise again once school begins. The May spike likely coincides with end-of-school academic and social pressures.

Dr. Gray concludes: “The available evidence suggests quite strongly that school is bad for children’s mental health. Of course, it’s bad for their physical health, too; nature did not design children to be cooped up all day at a micromanaged, sedentary job.”’

Read more: Is School Driving Kids Literally Crazy?

‘The United Nations has partnered with Google to create a website that answers common questions about the Syrian war, refugee crisis and surrounding events. It’s hoped visitors will receive a thorough education in the true toll the conflict has had on the lives of Syrians – although it stops short of revealing the real causes of the conflict.

Searching for Syria poignantly exposes what life was actually like under Bashar al-Assad’s government prior to the arrival of “rebel” forces, via videos, before and after photos and more.

Remarkable imagery documents in crushing detail the savage impact of the war on the country’s infrastructure, buildings and people, and provides insight into the lives of those who’ve fled the conflict.’

Read more: UN and Google Join Forces to Tell Syria ‘Truth,’ Don’t Expose Foreign Involvement

‘On both sides of the Atlantic we have seen a decade long push to have more and more people apply for university placement. Is this because governments see a “full-education” as the most practical way of removing people from poverty? or is there a more sinister reason?

The principle by which a university degree helps people earn more is based on the idea of specialist knowledge and skill sets: a select, lucky, few have skills or knowledge that is a) necessary to others and b) marketable in such a way that a reasonable payout can be offered. But this is no longer true today.’

Read more: Sending Children to University is NOT the Way Forward – It Plays Right into the Globalist Plans

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‘Everything is a conspiracy, the elite globalists control us all, they will win, and resistance is futile.

Well, in that case, what’s the point of even fighting it? In fact, if all is so hopeless, why even bother pointing out how hopeless it is?

Or could it be–gasp, conspiracy!–that those ultra-pessimists are really themselves the agents of the controlling elite?

The idea is that those in power get people to throw their hands in the air in exasperated surrender by presenting the war as already won. They inject doubt into every movement, technology, and non-government solution so that it seems like all the paths to freedom have already been compromised.

Will Bitcoin save us from the Federal Reserve, or will it enslave us to a new global currency? Are Airbnb and Uber freeing tools to upset entrenched industries or clever marketing ploys to bring more under the control of the corporate elite?

False flag, or terrorist attack? Leaker or double agent? ISIS or CIA studios?’

Read more: The Real Conspiracy: Conspiring to Cast Everything as a Conspiracy Theory

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‘In “Bon Appétit”, Katy Perry is cooked by chefs and offered as a meal to a party of elite guests. It directly alludes to bizarre rituals the occult elite practice behind closed doors – and in plain sight.

About a week before the Bon Appétit video came out, I wrote an article entitled What is Happening to Katy Perry, where I explained how Katy Perry has been undergoing a transformative process – one that confirms that she is heavily controlled by the occult elite. Every once in a while, a specific celebrity is “chosen” to make headlines, stir up controversy and annoy the hell out of people with bizarre antics. Katy Perry is walking in the footsteps of the likes of Britney Spears, Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga, Miley Cyrus, Amanda Bynes and Kanye West, where mass media has a blast covering the strange and humiliating string of events they are involved in. Then, right on cue, the video of Bon Appétit comes out and confirms Katy Perry’s status: Industry slave.’

Read more: Katy Perry’s “Bon Appétit” is a Nod to Occult Elite Rituals

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‘As the world has witnessed the oppression and ethnic cleansing of Palestinians, many people have risen in protest. In response, the Israeli government and certain of its advocates have conducted a campaign to crack down on this activism, running roughshod over civil liberties (and the English language) in the process.

The mechanism of this crackdown is the redefinition of “antisemitism”[1] to include criticism of Israel, and the insertion of this definition into the bodies of law of various countries.

Where most people would consider “antisemitism” to mean bigotry against Jewish people (and rightly consider it abhorrent), for two decades a campaign has been underway to replace that definition with an Israel-centric definition. That definition can then be used to block speech and activism in support of Palestinian human rights as “hate.” Various groups are applying this definition in law enforcement evaluations of possible crimes.

Proponents of this Israel-centric definition have promoted it step by step in various arenas, from the U.S. State Department and European governments to local governments around the U.S. and universities.’

Read more: International campaign is criminalizing criticism of Israel as ‘antisemitism’

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‘When teachers begin asking children about their parents’ political beliefs and affiliations, the problem of State interference has gone too far. And when children are encouraged to be ashamed of their parents’ beliefs, it has all too many ramifications and reminders of modern history’s political purges and darkest days.

This is not a localized issue. Indoctrination is taking place in schools all over the world. It’s happening in the UK to children of Brexiteers, it’s happening in the US to children of Christians, and it’s happening throughout the Islamic world in Madrassas, shaping young minds into weapons of hate.

The motivations of the “educators” are varied, but the one common thread is that they wish to influence the future by using children as tools, regardless the cost to the children. And this is actually even more insidious than it sounds. The teachers are taking a gamble that their own beliefs will be the dominant ideological system in the future. But they are not betting their own money, they are betting the future happiness, social acceptance, employment prospects and mental health of your children. And in the case of college professors who encourage students to violently protest, they are betting your children’s’ lives and freedom.’

Read more: Schools Have Become Indoctrination Centres and are Using Children to Spy on Their Parents

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‘Melissa Dykes uncovers the documented history of media cooperation with psychological operations personnel. CNN in particular has a questionable record – including Anderson Cooper who interned at the CIA – that should have everyone doubting its claim to be “the most trusted name in news.”’

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Katy Perry has been making headlines for all the wrong reasons, causing her fans to question her mental sanity. Is she heading towards a typical pop star meltdown?

Once in a while, a different celebrity is pushed under the “bad spotlight”, where a string of bizarre, humiliating and career-hurting things happen to them under intense media scrutiny. Over the past years, I have covered the breakdowns of once soaring celebrities such as Britney Spears, Kanye West, Shia Leboeuf, Amanda Bynes, and others. None of them fully recovered from these traumatic events. All of the them now appear completely “out of it”.

The most troubling part of these breakdowns is the fact that they are often accompanied by pictures and performances that are heavily symbolic which imply that they are under intense control … and that their breakdowns were right on schedule. Is Katy Perry heading that way? One thing is for sure, we are seeing the classic symptoms and symbolism of a classic “pop star breakdown”. The pattern is there for those who can see it.’

Read more: What is Happening to Katy Perry?

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