MIND CONTROL: (But you CAN be in control)

We’ve all seen these before. However, that doesn’t mean that “sunlight” shouldn’t be shined upon them. Your information is not honest or straightforward. Turn off the TV.

MIND CONTROL: Watch As News Anchors All Across The Country Say The Same Thing And Repeat The Same Taglines Over And Over Again

By Geoffrey Grider

It is meant to make you laugh and it most likely will do that. But ask yourself, these are news outlets, is there anything funny about everyone reading from the same script?

There is a very simple reason why people don’t believe the mainstream media, they simply don’t tell the truth. Everything you see on the corporate news channels, Fox included, all comes from virtually a single source. So regardless if you like MSNBC, CNN, Fox, NPR, one is just the same as the other for intents and purposes. The media in our day does not publish news or facts, rather it exists to drive an agenda.

“For they prophesy a lie unto you, to remove you far from your land; and that I should drive you out, and ye should perish.”Jeremiah 27:10 (KJV)

But we are not just going to tell you that this is true, we are going to show you for a fact that this is true. The following examples show conclusively that virtually all news outlets are reading from scripts that have been provided by at the least a small handful of sources, and quite possible from a single point of origin.


From the moment he became president, Donald Trump went from being a hero of the Left to being their enemy. Watch now as nearly every Liberal news outlet endlessly repeats the phrases “the walls are closing in”, “this is a bombshell”, “the beginning of the end”, and “this is a tipping point”. They do this as a kind of mental programming in the hopes that their listeners will begin to mimic what they see and actually start believing it, even though it is not true in any way at all. They knew there was never any Russian Collusion, but if they just keep repeating that there is perhaps they can find the president guilty in the imaginary court of public opinion and perception.


This was originally shown on the Conan Show, and it is meant to make you laugh and it most likely will do that. But ask  yourself, these are news outlets, is there anything funny about everyone reading from the same script? Sure, this one is about Easter bunnies and spending hikes, but what if it was about cancer treatments or something else that might be really important to you? Do you want your decision-making process on those types of matters to be influenced by mass-produced fake news?


Again, this will make you laugh, but if you really think about it it will send a cold chill down your spine. This isn’t the news any longer, it is agenda-driven mental programming designed to control your thought processes. How do cults sway their victims? By endlessly repeating series of short phrases and sentences over and over and over again, until your mind begins to naturally accept whatever they are telling you.


Did you notice how many different news outlets are represented here, all saying the same thing? Think you can still trust your favorite station?


Watch as ALL the mainline Liberal news outlets repeat the same tagline over and over. The need you to believe that Trump is finished so you will turn against him.


In a decidedly ironic twist, here we have about a dozen mainstream media outlets all reading from a script provided to them by the nation’s largest news producer, a company called Sinclair Broadcast Group. The topic they are reading is about ‘one-sided news’, and they are all repeating it like drones. I cannot think of anything more fake or more one sided than what you will see in this video. Sinclair is a conservative outlet, proving that not only the Liberals are fake news. You can’t trust any of them.

Fake news is not new, before it was called fake news it was known as ‘yellow journalism’, and a favorite of media magnates like William Randolph Hearst.

FROM THE US DEPARTMENT OF STATE: The term originated in the competition over the New York City newspaper market between major newspaper publishers Joseph Pulitzer and William Randolph Hearst. At first, yellow journalism had nothing to do with reporting, but instead derived from a popular cartoon strip about life in New York’s slums called Hogan’s Alley, drawn by Richard F. Outcault. Published in color by Pulitzer’s New York World, the comic’s most well-known character came to be known as the Yellow Kid, and his popularity accounted in no small part for a tremendous increase in sales of the World. In 1896, in an effort to boost sales of his New York Journal, Hearst hired Outcault away from Pulitzer, launching a fierce bidding war between the two publishers over the cartoonist. Hearst ultimately won this battle, but Pulitzer refused to give in and hired a new cartoonist to continue drawing the cartoon for his paper. This battle over the Yellow Kid and a greater market share gave rise to the term yellow journalism.

Once the term had been coined, it extended to the sensationalist style employed by the two publishers in their profit-driven coverage of world events, particularly developments in Cuba. Cuba had long been a Spanish colony and the revolutionary movement, which had been simmering on and off there for much of the 19th century, intensified during the 1890s. Many in the United States called upon Spain to withdraw from the island, and some even gave material support to the Cuban revolutionaries. Hearst and Pulitzer devoted more and more attention to the Cuban struggle for independence, at times accentuating the harshness of Spanish rule or the nobility of the revolutionaries, and occasionally printing rousing stories that proved to be false. This sort of coverage, complete with bold headlines and creative drawings of events, sold a lot of papers for both publishers. READ MORE

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