1. Information Warfare
Propaganda and the control of
information is the very cornerstone of any type of totalitarianism.
Without control of the narrative, it is
very difficult to keep a population subservient to their masters at
the top. This is the reason the first amendment of the united states
specifically mentions a free press, because, democracy
does not work without a free flow of truthful information.
Think of it this way. If a government
wants to implement something that ultimately isn't good for the
general public, then they will get backlash if they can't figure out
a way to convince them it will be good for them.
You can see this
most clearly in the endless ways we're being coerced into war, but
this comes up in all areas of society, particularly with technology,
as is noted by recent efforts of
the media to
promote micro-chipping technology for children.
For this reason, the media has been
under the control of those with an elitist
mindset who don't mind giving up human freedom for their
moment in the sun.
Below them falls the boot-lickers who
are seemingly incapable of free thought; there to promote the ideas
of the elite, however obvious it is to them that this is what they
2. Chemical Poisons and
One of the most common things that
people are 'awake' to at this time is the chemical and genetic
poisoning of our environment and our bodies.
Monsanto are only the tip of the
iceberg when it comes to this area.
Many people are still becoming
aware of the effects of things
like fluoride, which has been
multiple Harvard studies as well as longstanding, peer-reviewed
medical journals like
Lancet, to be a very potent neurotoxin that is
dumbing down not
only children, but the entirety of the population through the its
purposeful addition into the water supply.
"Fluoride seems to fit in with lead,
mercury, and other poisons that cause chemical brain drain…
The effect of each toxicant may
seem small, but the combined damage on a population scale
can be serious, especially because the brain power of the
next generation is crucial to all of us."
Professor of Environmental Health
at Harvard University
The list goes on to include MSG,
aspartame, poor nutrition,
mercury in flu shots, massively
high levels of
heavy metals like lead in drinking water, and of course
GMO's, which are not only grossly
untested for human consumption, but have also been found to
change our DNA.
As GMO technology becomes more
sophisticated it is possible that genetic scientists can
intentionally alter human DNA to create a
more docile and obedient population
with an incredibly tiny perception of the possible.
3. Religious Dogma,
Psychology, and The Cult of Scientism
However old, religion is still one of
the top ways that our perceptions are being controlled by the elite.
For centuries, the greatest ideas that
much of the human population believed to exist came from one book
called either the Bible or the Quran. However, this belief has
morphed in the age of science, now, people believe things just
because 'science says' it is true.
But have you ever thought about
what science really is?
Science is a means to an end, a way to
get a grasp on our surroundings so that we can better understand the
world we are living in. Above that, though, a scientific mind is a
mind of discovery and ideas.
The problem isn't "science" itself.
The problem comes from the belief that
science is a set of conclusions.
But science is not a set of conclusions,
it is a process - a way to check if something can be experienced
more than once, like seeing something out of the corner of your eye
and double-taking to find out of if what you saw was really there.
However, in the same way that if you
were moving very fast on a train and thought you saw something out
of the window before you turned a corner and your chance was gone,
you can't always look back to find out if what you saw was really
there on this never-ending train ride we call the human experience.
In turn, the gap between what is
possible or "true" and what binding conclusions can be drawn by
scientists is not necessarily going to come out the same.
One of the best examples is
consciousness, or the energetic awareness that drives your body, and
the soul. Scientists largely dismiss the existence of the spirit,
because it doesn't exist in the realm of double-blind verifiable
info, and therefore, must not be true.
However, our clearly conscious
experience flies in the face of this belief.
scientists won't acknowledge it,
our society is being taken in a direction that
free-will consciousness and important matters of the spirit,
instead treating everything as purely material cause-and-effect
4. Social Engineering and
Although most people are unaware, the
prospect of social engineering by the elites goes back quite a long
way, all the way back to the
Frankfurt School and Tavistock
Institute where it all began (at least for modern-day
For any who are unfamiliar, social
engineering is the science of manipulating groups of people through
the knowledge of social sciences and psychology.
This is also the basic principle in
which data collection companies operate. When you voluntarily or
unwittingly give up information, you give up something that can not
only be used against you in ways such as
blackmail, but you're giving up potential
engineering data as well.
In 2014, Facebook was found to have been
conducting experiments on unwitting users to find out whether or not
their moods can be changed by the content they see in their news
They displayed depressing images and posts to find out of
that would in turn make people depressed, as measured by the content
of their posts and reactions.
Later, that study was found to have been
linked to a
DoD research project on civil unrest.
"…emotions spread via
contagion through a network…
We felt that it was important to
investigate the common worry that seeing friends post positive
content leads to people feeling negative or left out… At the same time, we were concerned
that exposure to friends' negativity might lead people to
We didn't clearly state our
motivations in the paper."
Social Scientist at Facebook
This is another one of those instances
where democracy falls to the dust.
As the science becomes more fine-tuned,
organizations beyond just Facebook, Twitter, or other social media
organizations, such as the
GCHQ could easily add inputs into people's daily experience to
get them to think or behave in a certain way. Without freedom of
thought and communication, all other freedoms are in jeopardy.
William Binney has spoken out on the implications of mass
surveillance, such as the chilling effect and how the feeling of
being watched limits our behavior.