brainwashing

BNP Policies Gaining Popularity With The British Public

Source: NewsBlaze.com
Url: http://newsblaze.com/story/20091024153203ianb.nb/topstory.html
Published: October 24, 2009
Op-Ed Contributor, Ian Brockwell

(The public is demanding real answers on real questions. This article handles about growing public anger after years of governmental brainwash and the way this is changing the political landscape in Great Britain)

"For many years the British people have been brainwashed into believing that it's not "politically correct" to question things like immigration, the need for troops in Iraq and Afghanistan, the so called war on terror, or the special treatment given to many ethnic minorities."
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"We have already seen the "honesty" of politicians like Tony Blair, who was involved in the lie to illegally invade Iraq and Afghanistan. Not to make Britain safer, but to overthrow the existing government in order to make it easier to get their oil.

More recently, we have seen Gordon Brown, Lord Mandelson and Tony Blair (again) involved in a "deal" with Libya, resulting in the early release of the Lockerbie bomber.

Brainwashing and 911

This is a very well written article by Terry Morrone, Professor Emeritus of Physics at Adelphi University. It concerns how media/government can influence and manipulate a general population through age old techniques of propaganda, and ways to counter such attempts.

Originally posted at Daily Censored http://dailycensored.com/2009/09/07/brain-washing-and-911/

Brainwashing and 9/11, a Personal View

Terry Morrone, Professor Emeritus of Physics, Adelphi University

Propaganda has been with us since ancient times. All empire-builders have to justify what they do – to themselves, to their own people, and to those they dominate.
The Romans developed a sophisticated world-view which they projected successfully through literature, inscriptions, architecture, art, and elaborate public ceremonial. Their message was that Rome represented peace, good government, and the rule of law. The societies with which Rome was in conflict were caricatured as barbaric, lawless and dangerous.

Educators and 9/11: Learning to teach the unthinkable

A symposium is being held in Jersey City July 1 on how to teach 9/11; while i pity the teachers that will attempt to teach the OCT to a generation avidly embracing the internet and wise to reality, critical thinking and the corporate govt/media conflicts and agenda, it is disturbing seeing well-funded attempts like this to indoctrinate the younger generations, the future of our nation, our posterity with evil lies. Similar to ABC's Path to 9/11 attempting to team up with Scholastic- they failed on the joint venture, i think- due to public outcry. Submit your comments if you have children and you care about the quality of their education, or if you don't have kids and just care about the health of society and the future of humanity.

http://www.nj.com/news/ledger/jersey/index.ssf?/base/news-10/121471548749320.xml&coll=1

Educators and 9/11: Learning to teach the unthinkable
Sunday, June 29, 2008
BY RUDY LARINI
Star-Ledger Staff

It's right there, tucked away in the pages of newer American history textbooks, along with the American Revolution, slavery and the Civil War, two world wars, the Great Depression, the civil rights movement and Vietnam.