THE ROLE OF SUBVERSION IS TO DISMANTLE OUR REALITY AND ANYTHING WHICH WAS REGARDED AS TRUE AND PROMOTE EVERYTHING WHICH OPPOSES NATURAL LAW AND IS FALSE.
This show looks at the UK media and recent protests in France plus the propaganda, Fake News and the agents of change along with the organisations who are subverting reality and attempting to control public opinion. We look at the appeal to narcissistic and self absorbed behaviour as a useful tool of manipulation and how this is evident in the recruiting of the public for meaningless sound bite protests in the UK.
The propaganda of discrediting by false association eg Brexit = Far Right is perfectly explained on page 22 of the HASBARA HANDBOOK issued to Israeli students and activists to counter those who criticise Israel. The same techniques are used by government and organisations in the fake news propaganda war as revealed in the show.
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For more on the Propaganda tools discussed in the show check out page 22 of the
In his 1840 book, Democracy in America, the renowned French diplomat and historian Alexis de Tocqueville wrote:
“…If despotism were to establish itself in today’s democratic nations, it would probably have a different character. It would be more extensive and more mild, and it would degrade men without tormenting them…
“The sovereign, after taking individuals one by one in his powerful hands and kneading them to his liking, reaches out to embrace society as a whole.
Over it he spreads a fine mesh of uniform, minute, and complex rules, through which not even the most original minds and most vigorous souls can poke their heads above the crowd. He does not break men’s wills but softens, bends, and guides them.
He seldom forces anyone to act but consistently opposes action. He does not destroy things but prevents them from coming into being. Rather than tyrannize, he inhibits, represses, saps, stifles, and stultifies, and in the end he reduces each nation to nothing but a flock of timid and industrious animals, with the government as its shepherd…”
De Tocqueville penned these nearly two full centuries ago, but they could easily — and frighteningly — be applied to Europe today. From an article written on the repressive and undemocratic Lisbon Treaty.
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