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Mitglieder der Machtelite muss es stets möglich sein, die Verantwortung für moralisch verwerfliche oder strafbare Handlungen glaubhaft abzustreiten.
Glaubhafte Bestreitbarkeit (Plausible Deniability)
Kampfbegriffe, um Kritiker und Oppositionelle gezielt zu verunglimpfen.
Konstruktion von externen Feindbildern, um den Unmut der Bürger von den Zentren der Macht abzulenken.

 

Im Kern wird das Bemühen um Verständnis selbst, als Basis eines  Dialogs, eines Interessenausgleichs oder einer informierten  Entscheidung, abgewertet und verächtlich gemacht. Verständnis schwächt Macht.
Ziel  der Diffamierung durch Propagandabegriffe ist, die Kritik an den  Meinungs-Vorgaben und medial konstruierten Wirklichkeiten der Eliten zu  unterdrücken, so dass sie keine  Bedrohung des Status Quo und der vorherrschenden Weltsicht bewirken kann.

 

  • Fast jeder Krieg in den letzten fünfzig Jahren war ein Folge von Medienlügen. Wenn sie nicht staatliche Propaganda abgedruckt hätten, hätten sie die Kriege aufhalten können. Video TV-Interview mit Julian Assange (*1971) australischer politischer Aktivist, ehemaliger Computerhacker, Programmierer, Sprecher der Enthüllungsplattform WikiLeaks, investigativer Journalist, Julian Assange RT Exclusive – Full Interview, präsentiert von dem vom russischen Staat finanzierten Auslandsfernsehsender Russia Today (RT), YouTube Film, Minute 15:00, 22:36 Minuten Dauer, eingestellt 8. Mai 2011

 

 

Propaganda-Kampfbegriffe
BegriffAnmerkung
Anti-AmerikanismusKritik  am Handeln der US-Eliten (Regierung, Militär, Industrie, Medien,  Hochfinanz) wird diffamiert durch den Propagandabegriff "Anti-Amerikanismus", welcher unterstellt, dass  man etwas gegen das US-amerikanische Volk hätte – was absurd ist, weil  99% der US-Bürger ebenfalls unter dem Handeln dieser Eliten leiden.  Kritik am Handeln der Machtelite umzudeuten als Abwertung einer ganzen  Nation ist eine gängige Taktik in jedem Imperium  ("unamerikanische Umtriebe", "antisowjetische Agitation"). Wenn die  Masse diese  Deutung übernimmt, werden Kritiker zu Volksfeinden und die Bürger selbst bekämpfen willig die Abweichler. Es hat der Elite noch nie an Denunzianten und begeisterten Volkspolizisten gemangelt.
VerschwörungstheorieMenschen, die bestimmte Zusammenhänge wahrnehmen, welche das koordinierte Handeln der Eliten gegen die Rechte und Interessen der Völker  deutlich machen, werden diffamiert durch den Propagandabegriff  "Verschwörungstheoretiker", welcher unterstellt, dass die Zusammenhänge  nicht vorhanden sind, sondern lediglich einer spekulativen Phantasie entspringen.  Dabei sind die weitaus meisten dieser Zusammenhänge mit etwas Recherche  belegbar und werden regelmäßig durch Insider/Whistleblower bestätigt.
Anti-SemitismusKritik  am Handeln der israelischen Regierung oder am Handeln bestimmter  Personen der Hochfinanz, die jüdischer Abkunft sind, wird diffamiert  durch den Propagandabegriff "Anti-Semitismus", welcher unterstellt, dass man etwas gegen die Bürger der israelischen  Nation hätte, oder Menschen jüdischer/semitischer Herkunft generell  bestimmte schlechte Eigenschaften zuweisen wolle – was absurd ist, weil  das Handeln der israelischen Regierung von Juden  am härtesten kritisiert wird, und weil die Palästinenser, die unter dem  Handeln der israelischen Machtelite am meisten zu leiden haben,  ebenfalls Semiten sind. Der Propagandabegriff "Anti-Semitismus" unterstellt letztlich, dass man jemanden bloß kritisiert, weil und insofern er Jude  ist, und in Verlängerung: dass man den Holocaust irgendwie gutheißt.  Mit keinem anderen Begriff kann man in Deutschland einen unliebsamen  Kritiker so rasch medial abschießen und zur Persona non grata  stempeln; das macht ihn so nützlich und beliebt.
QuerfrontWenn ein bestimmtes Projekt der Eliten Unmut auf breiter Basis auslöst (Eurokritik, Drohnenkrieg, Bankenrettung, TTIP, unkontrollierte Migration),  so dass sich ausnahmsweise Vertreter der politischen Linken  (Sozialisten) ebenso dagegen aussprechen wie Vertreter der politischen Rechten (Nationalisten), dann verhindert der Propagandabegriff "Querfront" dass sich Menschen, die ansonsten unterschiedliche politische Vorstellungen  haben, zu einem wirksamen Zweckbündnis zusammenschließen. "Querfront" suggeriert Demokratiefeindlichkeit; es suggeriert dem Linken, er  mache sich gemein mit Erzkonservativen und Rassisten;  es suggeriert dem Rechten, er sympathisiere mit Kommunisten und Anarchisten. Der Impuls, sich vom Anderen unbedingt distanzieren zu  müssen, um das eigene Selbstbild zu erhalten, ist regelmäßig größer als  die usprüngliche Motivation zur Zusammenarbeit in einer gemeinsamen  Sache – die Opposition zerfällt, Ziel erreicht. Divide  et impera.
VersteherEin solide konstruiertes Feindbild ist als Ablenkthema unabdingbar. Wer nicht bereit ist, das Feindbild zu übernehmen und zu hassen, soll selbst Zielscheibe der eigenen Mitbürger werden. "Es darf keinen Zweifel darüber geben, auf wen sich der Hass der Öffentlichkeit zu richten hat." (Harold Laswell)
Menschen,  die Vorstellungen und Handeln russischer Politiker nachvollziehen  können und darin eine gewisse Logik und Notwendigkeit erkennen; die sich  weigern, das medial konstruierte  Feindbild Russland zu übernehmen und stattdessen Kooperation wünschen;  die für Diplomatie plädieren und sich gegen moralische Doppelstandards  wenden, werden diffamiert durch den Propagandabegriff "Putin-Versteher",  welcher unterstellt, dass man kritiklos begeistert  sei von Person, Machtentfaltung und Handeln des russischen Präsidenten;  dass man verwirrt und Opfer von Feindpropaganda sei,  weil man an einem angeblich absolut Bösen etwas Gutes findet. Das  Feindbild ist austauschbar, am besten geeignet ist eine konkrete Person; Ghaddafi, Assad, Putin; auch der "Trump-Versteher" ist bereits in Gebrauch.
Referenzen:
Buch: Harold Dwight Lasswell (1902-1978) US-amerikanischer Politikwissenschaftler, Kommunikationstheoretiker, Autor, Propaganda Techniques in the World War, 1927, Neudruck mit neuer Einleitung 1971
Buch: Avraham Burg (*1955) israelischer Sozialwissenschaftler, Geschäftsmann, hochrangiger Politiker der Arbeitspartei Awoda, Autor, Hitler besiegen. Warum Israel sich endlich vom Holocaust lösen muss, Campus Verlag, 14. September 2009
Buch: Dr. phil. Udo Ulfkotte (1960-2017) deutscher Journalist, Publizist, Gekaufte Journalisten. Wie Politiker, Geheimdienste und Hochfinanz Deutschlands Massenmedien lenken, Kopp Verlag, Rottenburg, 2. Auflage 11. September 2014
Essay: Prof. Rainer Mausfeld (*1949) deutscher Professor für Allgemeine Psychologie, Kognitionsforscher, Hochschullehrer, Autor, Die Angst der Machteliten vor dem Volk. Demokratie-Management durch Soft Power-Techniken, PDF, veranstaltet von der IPPNW-Regionalgruppe Hamburg, Hamburg, 4. November 2016

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Frage

  • Wozu Wahrheit? Eine Lüge muss man nur oft genug wiederholen, immer drauf!
    Wir dürfen uns nicht an die Elite wenden – die erreichen wir nicht. Wir müssen die Dummen überzeugen! Dr. Joseph Goebbels (1897-1945) einflussreichster deutscher NS-Politiker, Reichsminister für Volksaufklärung und Propaganda (1933-1945)
  • Eine zuverlässige Methode, Menschen dazu zu bringen, falsche Aussagen zu glauben, ist häufiges Wiederholen, weil Vertrautheit sich nicht leicht von Wahrheit unterscheiden lässt. Auch autoritäre Institutionen und Marketing-Spezialisten wissen das seit jeher. Psyschologen haben herausgefunden, dass man die Tatsache oder Idee nicht vollständig wiederholen muss, um ihr den Anschein von Wahrheit zu geben. Dr. Daniel Kahneman (*1934) israelisch-amerikanischer Professor für Psychologie, Kognitionswissenschaftler zu Urteilsheuristiken und kognitiven Verzerrungen, Nobelpreisträger in Wirtschaft, 2002, Schnelles Denken, langsames Denken, S. 80, Siedler Verlag, 23. Auflage 21. Mai 2012

 

  • Die bewusste und intelligente Manipulation der organisierten Gewohnheiten und Meinungen der Massen ist ein wichtiges Element in der demokratischen Gesellschaft. Wer die ungesehenen Gesellschaftsmechanismen manipuliert, bildet eine unsichtbare Regierung, welche die wahre Herrschermacht unseres Landes ist. Wir werden regiert, unser Verstand geformt, unsere Geschmäcker gebildet, unsere Ideen größtenteils von Männern suggeriert, von denen wir nie gehört haben. Dies ist ein logisches Ergebnis der Art wie unsere demokratische Gesellschaft organisiert ist. Große Menschenzahlen müssen auf diese Weise kooperieren, wenn sie in einer ausgeglichen funktionierenden Gesellschaft zusammenleben sollen. In beinahe jeder Handlung unseres Lebens, ob in der Sphäre der Politik oder bei Geschäften, in unserem sozialen Verhalten und unserem ethischen Denken werden wir durch eine relativ geringe Zahl an Personen dominiert, welche die mentalen Prozesse und Verhaltensmuster der Massen verstehen. Sie sind es, die die Fäden ziehen, welche das öffentliche Denken kontrollieren.   Edward Bernays (1891-1995) US-amerikanischer Cheftheoretiker des The Tavistock Institute of Human Relations, London, Pionier der Öffentlichkeitsarbeit und politischen Propaganda, Public Relations-Berater, Neffe des Begründer der Psychoanalyse Sigmund Freud, Propaganda, Kapitel 1, S. 9-10, 1928

 

 

  • Gegenwärtig haben die Leitmedien in ihrer Bereitschaft und Willfährigkeit, das Weltbild transatlantischer neoliberaler Eliten zu vermitteln, ganz offensichtlich jedes Maß verloren. Das hat zur Folge, dass die Medien Fakten, die nicht in dieses Weltbild passen, immer hemmungsloser verschweigen oder verzerren. So erschaffen sie medial eine gesellschaftliche und soziale Realität, in der die wichtigsten Fragen gar nicht erst vorkommen und die tatsächlichen Konflikte vernebelt und verschleiert werden. Prof. Rainer Mausfeld (*1949) deutscher Professor für Allgemeine Psychologie, Kognitionsforscher, Hochschullehrer, Autor, zitiert in: Artikel/Buch Lügen die Medien? Propaganda, Rudeljournalismus und der Kampf um die öffentliche Meinung, präsentiert von der kritischen deutschen Zeitschrift Rubikon, Jens Wernicke (*1977) deutscher Diplom-Kulturwissenschaftler (Medien), Autor, 5. August 2017

 

  • Die PR-Industrie missbraucht die Massenmedien bereits seit Jahrzehnten für ihre sehr spezifischen Eigeninteressen. Nach empirischen Studien von Barbara Baerns und René Grossenbacher kann als gesichert gelten, dass PR-Firmen, Pressestellen von Unternehmen und Lobbygruppen die Medienberichterstattung weitgehend bestimmen. Nahezu zwei Drittel aller in den Medien verbreiteten Meldungen sind nicht selbständig recherchiert, sondern stammen aus Pressestellen von privaten und öffentlichen Institutionen oder PR-Agenturen und werden den Redaktionen von sogenannten Medienservices als fertige Artikel 'häppchengerecht' feilgeboten. 80 Prozent aller Nachrichten in den Medien stützen sich auf lediglich eine einzige Quelle, die sich bei weiteren Recherchen dann als eben jene Pressestelle entpuppt, die die Meldung in Umlauf gebracht hat. Jörg Becker (*1946) deutscher Gesellschaftswissenschaftler, Honorarprofessor für Politikwissenschaft an der Universität Marburg (*1987), Geschäftsführer des KomTech-Instituts für Kommunikations- und Technologieforschung (1987-2010), zitiert in: Artikel/Buch Lügen die Medien? Propaganda, Rudeljournalismus und der Kampf um die öffentliche Meinung, präsentiert von der kritischen deutschen Zeitschrift Rubikon, Jens Wernicke (*1977) deutscher Diplom-Kulturwissenschaftler (Medien), Autor, 5. August 2017

General quotes

Personal avowals

 

Appeal

  • You don't understand […]. It's not about money. […] It's about power and influence. Interview with Michael Ovitz (*1946) US American talent agent, co-founder of Creative Artists Agency (CAA) in 1975, president and marketing executive of the Walt Disney Company (1995-1997), interviewer Mike Rosenfield
  • Signs and symbols control the world, not phases and laws. Confucius (551-479 BC) Chinese sage, social philosopher, sponsor of Confucianism, the Chinese state religion

 

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Subcultures undermining public opinion – Propaganda

  • It is therefore important, if the general will is to be properly ascertained, that there should be no partial society within the state, and that each citizen should decide according to his own opinion. When one of the associations is big enough to triumph over all the others the outcome is no longer the sum total of small differences, but a single difference, then there is no longer any general will, and the opinion that prevails is only a particular opinion. Jean Jacques Rousseau (1712-1778) major Swiss French philosopher influencing the French Revolution, composer of 18th-century Romanticism, writer, The Social Contract [Du contrat social ou Principes du droit politique], 1762

 

  • Our children are growing up in a toxic cultural environment, one made more toxic by advertising. No one can escape it, just as no one can escape air pollution or pesticides in our food […] the world is fast becoming a global marketplace controlled not by individual governments but by transnational conglomerates interested only in profit. As we Americans export our economic system and our lifestyle, we also export the addictions, diseases, and psychological problems associated with it – our hazardous cultural environment. Jean Kilbourne (*1943) US American feminist cultural theorist, activist filmmaker, speaker, author, Can't Buy My Love. How Advertising Changes the Way We Think and Feel, Free Press, 2. November 2000

 

  • Some of the most talented and creative people in the world are dedicated to this work, indeed, the most skillful propagandists of our time are not working for dictators, they are certainly not working exclusively for the Democratic party or the Republican either. They are working for Foote, Cone & Belding, Ogilvy & Mather, and DDB Needham Worldwide. Jean Kilbourne (*1943) US American feminist cultural theorist, activist, filmmaker, speaker, author, Can't Buy My Love. How Advertising Changes the Way We Think and Feel, Free Press, 2. November 2000

 

  • Advertising tells us that the way to happiness is through the consumption of objects. The immense accumulation of commodities has to be sold, and it is sold through the story of goods bringing happiness. Satvinder "Sut" Jhally (*1955) Kenyan-English professor of communication, cultural studies scholar in advertising, media, and consumption, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

 

  • We are swimming in a sea of propaganda and information control all the time. Audio radio interview with Colin Ross, M.D., Canadian-American psychiatrist, clinician, researcher, lecturer and author in the field of dissociation and trauma-related disorders, CIA Doctors and the Psychiatry Scam, presented by SOTT Talk Radio, show #16, hosts Joe Quinn and Niall Bradley, minute 2:28:25, 2:35:48 duration, aired/posted 13. May 2013

 

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US American materialism, culture, and counterculture

  • Culture is a concept that the anthropologists came up with about hundred years ago. […] Culture is a system of values and beliefs that define a people. […] Culture is like a hypnosis in a way. […] Culture is a very powerful concept because it goes so much deeper than politics. Politics sort of floats on the surface of a culture. The cultural values underneath are really what moves society. […]
    What interests me is what the Republicans and the Democrats have in common, and what the atheists and the born-agains have in common? […] What unites them is that they're part of the American culture that is based on materialism. There are Jewish materialists, Christian materialists, Republican materialists, Democratic materialists, atheist materialists. But at the heart of our [US American] culture is materialism [and narcissism]. And this is encouraged by our corporations through the powerful educational force of corporate advertising. […]
    For me this culture is not about creating freedom, it's about creating addiction, addiction to shopping in its broadest level. […] Our culture tends to be narcissistic in a way. We want things and we want to take them from the world and we want to think of ourselves as very saintly. Audio interview with Gerald Rosen, Ph.D. (1939-2010) US American professor of English literature, educator, novelist, America – An Insider’s View, presented by the US American web radio station New Dimensions, program #3328, host Michael Toms, 56:59 minutes duration, aired 6. November 2009

 

  • School is the advertising agency which makes you believe that you need the society as it is. Ivan Illich (1926-2002) Austrian US American theologian, Roman Catholic priest, philosopher, social critic of the Western culture, author, source unknown

 

  • Children’s television and MTV, in fact, are the easiest places to launch counterculture missiles. The more harmless or inane the forum, the more unsuspecting the audience. Douglas Rushkoff (*1961) US American media theorist, lecturer, graphic novelist, documentarian, columnist, writer, Media Virus! Hidden Agendas in Popular Culture, Ballantine Books, 6. February 1996

 

  • Propaganda is the universal social lubricant, being sustainable, recyclable and cheap to manufacture. Brian Anse Patrick, Ph.D., US American professor of communictation, University of Toledo, The Ten Commandments of Propaganda, Goatpower Publishing, Amazon Digital Services, Inc., Kindle e-book edition 7. October 2011

 

 

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Public Relations

  • The task of PR is to create uninformed consumers who will make irrational choices, thus undermining markets as they are conceptualized in economic theory, but benefiting the masters of the economy; it also undermines democracy by creating uninformed voters who make irrational choices between the two factions of the business party. Noam Chomsky (*1928) US American professor emeritus of linguistics, philosopher, cognitive scientist, social activist, author, Hopes and Prospects, S. 210, Haymarket Books, 1st edition 1. June 2010

 

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"Propaganda model"

Exemplified by the Podesta emails released by Wikileaks in October 2016

  • The media serve, and propagandize on behalf of, the powerful societal interests that control and finance them. The representatives of these interests have important agendas and principles that they want to advance, and they are well positioned to shape and constrain media policy. Noam Chomsky (*1928) US American professor emeritus of linguistics, philosopher, cognitive scientist, social activist, author, Edward S. Herman (*1925) US American professor emeritus of finance, Wharton School of Business of the University of Pennsylvania, Manufacturing Consent. The Political Economy of the Mass Media, Pantheon Books, 1988

 

  • The massive public relations industry [propaganda] that is designed to alter perception, reshape reality, and manufacture consent. [...] Today America alone has more public relations propagandists than reporters, which means that nearly half of what people in the West hear, see, or read is written by professional liars. Professional liars whose job it is to keep people in front of their televisions, reading gossip magazines, eating vast amounts of toxic food, and shopping, always shopping for the latest fashions and trends. North Korean documentary titled Propaganda, Axis Of Evil – Documentary Of Zionists, Israel, United States, Canada, Britain, YouTube film, minute 1:17, 1:35:04 duration, posted 11. November 2012

 

  • Advertising is designed to generate an inner sense of conflict with the self. Bernard McGrave, Ph.D., US American associate professor of sociology, Chapman University, source unknown

 

  • No one's really worrying about what it's (advertising to children) teaching impressionable youth. Hey, I'm in the business of convincing people to buy things they don't need. Unnamed, advertising executive, cited in: Business Week, 11. August 1997

 

  • The propagandist's purpose is to make one set of people forget that certain other sets of people are human. Aldous Huxley (1894-1963) English US American visionary humanist, pacifist, counterculture hero, poet, dystopian essayist, writer on parapsychology and philosophical mysticism, The Olive Tree, Chatto & Windus, London, 1936

Quotes by mass propagandists Creel, Bernays, Goebbels, and Hitler

Personal avowals

  • An open mind is not part of my inheritance. I took in prejudices with mother's milk and was weaned on partisanship. George Creel (1876-1953) British politician, head of the United States propaganda organization Committee on Public Information created by president W. Wilson during World War I., investigative journalist

Modern political propaganda began in Britain with George Creel.

 

  • The propagandist's purpose is to make one set of people forget that certain other sets of people are human.   Aldous Huxley (1894-1963) English US American visionary humanist, pacifist, counterculture hero, poet, dystopian essayist, writer on parapsychology and philosophical mysticism, The Olive Tree, Harper & Brothers, 1936

 

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List of Globalist Institutions:

  • The earliest attempt to bring about a New World Order was a result of putting into practice the theories of Edward Bernays (1891-1995), the chief theoretician at the Tavistock Institute of Human Relations [London], [...] Bernays devised the method whereby agents such as [Henry] Kissinger would be brought into the scheme of things to secretly promote the New World Order as the actual agenda of the United States. [...] From its modest beginnings at Wellington House in London, Tavistock expanded rapidly to become the world's premier "brainwashing" institute. Dr. John Coleman (*1935) British-American former spy of MI6, researcher of systemic mass mind control, author, The Tavistock Institute of Human Relations. Shaping the Moral, Spiritual, Cultural, and Political, S. 24, Omni Publications, 1999

 

  • The conscious and intelligent manipulation of the organized habits and opinions of the masses is an important element in democratic society. Those who manipulate this unseen mechanism of society constitute an invisible government which is the true ruling power of our country. [...] We are governed, our minds are molded, our tastes formed, our ideas suggested, largely by men we have never heard of. This is a logical result of the way in which our democratic society is organized. Vast numbers of human beings must cooperate in this manner if they are to live together as a smoothly functioning society. [...] In almost every act of our daily lives, whether in the sphere of politics or business, in our social conduct or our ethical thinking, we are dominated by the relatively small number of persons [...] who understand the mental processes and social patterns of the masses. It is they who pull the wires which control the public mind. Edward Bernays (1891-1995) US American nephew of psychoanalysis pioneer Sigmund Freud, founder of the public institutional propaganda, pioneer of public relations and political marketing, Propaganda, S. 9-10, 1st edition 1928, Propaganda, presented by online archive outlet whale.to, 1928

 

  • It is asked whether, in fact, the leader makes propaganda, or whether propaganda makes the leader. There is a widespread impression that a good press agent can puff up a nobody into a great man.
    The answer is the same as that made to the old query as to whether the newspaper makes public opinion or whether public opinion makes the newspaper. There has to be fertile ground for the leader and the idea to fall on. But the leader also has to have some vital seed to sow. To use another figure, a mutual need has to exist before either can become positively effective. Propaganda is of no use to the politician unless he has something to say which the public, consciously or unconsciously, wants to hear. Edward Bernays (1891-1995) US American nephew of psychoanalysis pioneer Sigmund Freud, founder of the public institutional propaganda, pioneer of public relations and political marketing, Propaganda, 1st edition 1928, Propaganda, presented by online archive outlet whale.to, 1928

 

  • If we understand the mechanism and motives of the group mind, is it not possible to control and regiment the masses according to our will without their knowing about it? The recent practice of propaganda has proved that it is possible, at least up to a certain point and within certain limits. Edward Bernays (1891-1995) US American nephew of psychoanalysis pioneer Sigmund Freud, founder of the public institutional propaganda, pioneer of public relations and political marketing, Propaganda, S. 47, 1st edition 1928, new edition 2005, Propaganda, presented by online archive outlet whale.to, 1928

 

 

  • The whole basis of successful propaganda is to have an objective and then to endeavor to arrive at it through an exact knowledge of the public and modifying circumstances to manipulate and sway that public. Edward Bernays (1891-1995) US American nephew of psychoanalysis pioneer Sigmund Freud, founder of the public institutional propaganda, pioneer of public relations and political marketing, Propaganda, S. 125-126, 1st edition 1928, new edition 2005, Propaganda, presented by online archive outlet whale.to, 1928

 

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Archons

  • There are invisible rulers who control the destinies of millions. It is not generally realized to what extent the words and actions of our most influential public men are dictated by shrewd persons operating behind the scenes.
    Nor, what is still more important, the extent to which our thoughts and habits are modified by authorities.
    In some departments of our daily life, in which we imagine ourselves free agents, we are ruled by dictators exercising great power. Edward Bernays (1891-1995) US American nephew of psychoanalysis pioneer Sigmund Freud, founder of the public institutional propaganda, pioneer of public relations and political marketing, Propaganda, 1st edition 1928, new edition 2005, Propaganda, presented by online archive outlet whale.to, 1928

 

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Enforced water fluoridation

  • [Edward] Bernays helped the Aluminum Company of America (Alcoa) find a market for Hexafluorosilicic acid, a byproduct of aluminum production. Working on behalf of Alcoa and various special interest groups, he successfully convinced the American public that water fluoridation was safe and beneficial to human health. This was achieved by using the American Dental Association in a highly successful media campaign. Wikipedia entry Edward Bernays, referencing Dr. Murray N. Rothbard (1926-1995) US American professor of heterodox economics economist of the Austrian School, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, revisionist historian, political theorist, head of academic affairs for the Ludwig von Mises Institute, Auburn, Alabama, co-editor of the Rothbard-Rockwell Report, Fluoridation Revisited, presented by the byweekly US American magazine The New American (TNA) of the John Birch Society (JBS), Murray N. Rothbard, 14. December 1992

 

  • Tavistock has been involved at every level of social engineering. You could say that much of our world today is the world of Tavistock and Edward Bernays. Alex Jones (*1974) US American radio host on New World Order topics, documentary filmmaker, author, cited in: Independent DVD documentary State Of Mind: The Psychology Of Control, produced by PrisonPlanet, released 17. July 2013, YouTube film, minute 1:11:09 and minute 1:12:10, 2:43:54 duration, posted 19. July 2013

 

  • If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it. Dr. Joseph Goebbels (1897-1945) most influential German politician, Reich minister of propaganda in Nazi Germany (1933-1945)

 

  • Hermann Göring: "Why, of course, the people don't want war. Why would some poor slob on a farm want to risk his life in a war when the best that he can get out of it is to come back to his farm in one piece? Naturally, the common people don't want war; neither in Russia nor in England nor in America, nor for that matter in Germany. That is understood. But, after all, it is the leaders of the country who determine the policy and it is always a simple matter to drag the people along, whether it is a democracy or a fascist dictatorship or a Parliament or a communist dictatorship."
    Gilbert: "There is one difference. In a democracy, the people have some say in the matter through their elected representatives, and in the United States only Congress can declare wars."
    Goering: "Oh, that is all well and good, but, voice or no voice, the people can always be brought to the bidding of the leaders. That is easy. All you have to do is tell them they are being attacked and denounce the pacifists for lack of patriotism and exposing the country to danger. It works the same way in any country."   Interview with Hermann Göring (1893-1946) German military leader (Reichsmarschall), leading member of the Nazi Party, Adolf Hitler's vice chancellor, jail cell host Gilbert, jail cell host Gilbert, (20 November 1945 - 1 October 1946), 18. April 1946

 

  • All propaganda has to be popular and has to accommodate itself to the comprehension of the least intelligent of those whom it seeks to reach. Adolf Hitler ['Führer and Reichskanzler'] (1889-1945) Austrian-German fascist leader of the Nazi Party during the Third Reich (1933-1945)

 

  • By the skillful and sustained use of propaganda, one can make a people see even heaven as hell or an extremely wretched life as paradise. Adolf Hitler ['Führer and Reichskanzler'] (1889-1945) Austrian-German fascist leader of the Nazi Party during the Third Reich (1933-1945)

Quotes by David R. Hawkins

⚠ Caveat See Power vs. Truth, January 2013

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Obesity is rising due to constant advertising.

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  • Audio interview with Diane Levin, Ph.D., US American co-author of So Sexy So Soon, So Sexy So Soon, presented by US American web radio station Talk to Tara.com, host Tara, MP3, 30:00 minutes duration, 2008
  • Video presentation by Michael Tsarion, Irish macrohistorian, symbolist, sidereal astrologer, mythologist, occultist, conspiracy theorist, public speaker, author, Age of Manipulation, part 1 of 3, YouTube film, 3:07:59 duration, posted 24. September 2011
  • Video presentation by Satvinder "Sut" Jhally (*1955) Kenyan-English professor of communication, cultural studies scholar in advertising, media, and consumption, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Advertising and the End of the World, sponsored by American University of Beirut, The Media and Digital Literacy Academy of Beirut, MDLAB 2014, recorded 13. August 2014 YouTube film, 1:19:19 duration, posted 20. August 2014
  • Video presentation by Sharyl Attkisson (*1961) US American investigative correspondent in the Washington bureau for CBS News (1993-2014), journalist, author, Astroturf and manipulation of media messages, presented by TEDx Talks, sponsored by University of Nevada, YouTube film, minute 3:58 referencing Wikipedia turf wars,10:36 minutes duration, posted 6. February 2015

Fake grassroots movements (AstroTurf) funded by political, corporate, or other special interests very effectively manipulate and distort media messages.

Audio and video links (engl.) – Jean Kilbourne

Documentaries and movies (engl.)

Modern political propaganda began in Britain with George Creel. Minute 40:36
American pioneer of propaganda aka public relations, and political marketing Edward Bernays believed that America's public opinion must be engineered from above by society's due masters. Minute 42:26


 

The Freud dynasty – largely associated with the Tavistock Institute in London – influenced the way corporations and governments have analyzed,‭ dealt with, and controlled ‬people: Sigmund Freud, founder of psychoanalysis; Anna Freud, Freud's devoted mind-massaged daughter, Edward Bernays, inventor of public relations; Matthew Freud, present-day PR guru and Sigmund's great grandson

  • Award winning British television documentary film The Century of the Self, researched and written by Adam Curtis (*1955) British BAFTA winning documentarian, television producer, director, narrator, writer, produced by British TV channel BBC Four, 2002, presented by BBB.Co.UK, 240 minutes duration, posted in 2006

1. Happiness Machines, 17. March 2002
2. The Engineering of Consent, 24. March 2002
3. There is a Policeman Inside All Our Heads: He Must Be Destroyed, 31. March 2002
4. Eight People Sipping Wine in Kettering, 7. April 2002

Adam Curtis: "This series is about how those in power have used Freud's theories to try and control the dangerous crowd in an age of mass democracy."

 

Interne Links

Englisch Wiki

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