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Offline cryosteel

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"Entertainment" Is Control
« on: January 05, 2008, 12:21:07 pm »
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The dominant paradigm (DP) states that you go to work or school, then come home, and deserve a little reward like dessert after dinner, so you pursue "entertainment." Other than the hilariously condescending nature of that term, most people have no warning that movies, TV, video games, pop music, stand-up comedy and pornography are all part of the same genre of "entertainment." If you're a good slave, you get a little break. This little break is designed to pass your time painlessly, like a drug but without interesting hallucinations.
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The Coming Mass Control Entertainment Grid

You have to understand upcoming opportunities that do not yet exist. Once the technical hurdles are overcome, they will be simultaneously immensely profitable and offer mass control as yet imagined by few.

Progress is being made toward directly linking the human nervous system, primarily the brain, with digital information systems. For the moment, information from exterior systems must pass our natural senses, usually our vision and hearing as is the case with television. There is as yet no direct interface with our nervous system which bypasses our sensory organs. We have time to assess the information broadcast to us and it is easily ignored.

With a direct brain interface requiring an artificial component attached to the body, attuned to a transmitter device, people will elect to spend their lives within a virtual existence much more effectively detached from the real tangible world. It isn't unrealistic to assume, given apparent trends, that social and environmental conditions will continue to deteriorate around us. Feeling increasingly helpless, people will wish to shelter themselves, as they have thus for the last several decades, from the growing negativity they sense.

One future possibility during off time away from working, is to live an advanced form of reality show where a Sensory Star broadcasts all of his or her natural sensations to receiving viewers. Hundreds of millions around the world will eagerly tune in to their favorite Sensory Star programming for hours of shared visual, audio, olfactory and tactile stimulation as felt remotely by the famous person. At the same time, a suggestive signal might send a scarcely detected, uniform message to all these viewers at a deep cognitive or emotional level. The message could contain endless commercial or political content transmitted to a billion deeply addicted vicarious digital broadcast viewers.

These viewers, with a wetware device always attached to their bodies would not necessarily need to be home to receive broadcast content. They would only need proximity to a broadcast device installed anywhere.

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Re: "Entertainment" Is Control
« Reply #1 on: January 05, 2008, 12:25:53 pm »
I wholeheartedly agree. Everything manufactured by mass media is, by it's very nature and origin, a component in a mechanism of control.
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« Reply #2 on: January 11, 2008, 02:34:53 pm »
I suggest people watch this movie "The Core", or read some reviews of it, it contains some of the most shocking propaganda I've ever seen, and I only watched about 15 minutes of it!!!  First they CIA/FBI recruited a "computer hacker" they busted that could hack anything, and asked him if he could "regulate everything transaction/message that is on the internet", I think the movie has something to do with the earth spinning of course and they have to dig to the center of the earth, and they kept saying that they have to do this by united EVERY nation, and keep their operations in complete secrecy from the American people.

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« Reply #3 on: November 01, 2008, 01:26:34 pm »
I suggest people watch this movie "The Core", or read some reviews of it, it contains some of the most shocking propaganda I've ever seen, and I only watched about 15 minutes of it!!!  First they CIA/FBI recruited a "computer hacker" they busted that could hack anything, and asked him if he could "regulate everything transaction/message that is on the internet", I think the movie has something to do with the earth spinning of course and they have to dig to the center of the earth, and they kept saying that they have to do this by united EVERY nation, and keep their operations in complete secrecy from the American people.

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=3103880487117659001

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« Reply #4 on: November 01, 2008, 01:54:17 pm »
wow this movie is obviously propaganda, just by the way it is directed and choreographed

im 20min in and it already looks like an advertisement for HAARP

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Re: "Entertainment" Is Control
« Reply #5 on: November 01, 2008, 03:02:23 pm »
wow this movie is obviously propaganda, just by the way it is directed and choreographed

im 20min in and it already looks like an advertisement for HAARP

WTF

go to 1:28:50
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=3103880487117659001

"Project DESTINI" in the movie, zooms into the location of HAARP.....................

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« Reply #7 on: July 27, 2009, 01:58:36 am »
Our free-time is supposed to be for self reflecting, and formulating our own unique and individual thoughts based on our personal life experiences. If you can take away that time from a person, and replace it with a session, in which the individual passively listens to ideas and thoughts, he/she has no time in which to develop their own perspective.

If you can make this behavior of giving up ones free time for an "influence session", the social norm by disguising the process as entertainment, and creating a culture which believes that the entertainment is healthy. Children will be raised into this system of mind manipulation, without any objection by the parents.

The child growing up with these "influence sessions" in which they are bombarded with ideas and thoughts, but given no time to question or deduce what they have been learning, due to a lack of free-time to self reflect. May end up with very difficult future problems which I will now state:

1) A dependence on the "session" for intellectual growth. Because they spend very little time developing their own individual thoughts, they become dependent on the session to provide them with their beliefs. This of course leads to collectivism and conformity to the beliefs provided to them in the session.

2) A lack of maturity in the brain. The human brain is essentially a large organic computer, which behaves in the same manner as a muscle. If you never work out your muscles, they become or remain weak. In the same sense when a human being has had very little or no time to mature his brains ability to create or understand its own individual perspective and thoughts, is very easily manipulated, as it is essentially a weak underdeveloped muscle. A child who has been brought up on television and never had much alone time, may never know how much of his personal thoughts were dictated through the screen, and his adult life will be handicapped by a severely handicapped mental individualism.

In the case of the television, these thought session are presented as either "educational" or "entertainment", but both serve the same purpose of providing no time for a human being to self-reflect, and replacing individual thought, with collective ideas.

Of course, governments know the powerful mind control effects of the television, and use it to shape peoples minds. Now one might argue that the news papers, have been used to control peoples minds and the collective beliefs of a nation and this is nothing new. This is true, but a newspaper is inherently a much poorer mind control device. These are top 2 reasons why:

1) Reading requires mental work and requires a conscious exercise of understanding. Whereas Television is passive and requires a very minimum consciousness of the information being presented.

2) Newspapers cannot bombard you with facts, ideas and thoughts, without the reader being in total control of the timing and subject being presented. Televisions can overload your mind with ideas which you have no time to reflect on, and present information and ideas that the watcher does not want to be subjected to.

Radio of course is also a very powerful mind control device as the timing and information are in total control of the programmer and not of the listener, and of course it is also a very passive past time, so the ideas may slip into subconsciousness much more easily then print.

But perhaps the greatest control of the television, comes from its ability to present what they are watching on the screen as an accurate portrayal of real life. The television can be a temporary shift to another dimension, and present a reality which is realistic enough to scare audiences in their seats. This power to present fiction as reality can be abused by news stations and government propaganda to scare whole crowds of human beings into controlled frenzies, allowing them to create "false crises" which can be used to push agendas or manipulate public opinion.
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