Fukushima: Public reaction symptomatic of mind control
There are many people who claim that "there is no such thing as mind control", and all of that is some basic "conspiracy theory". But, mind control has become in the view of elites, a vital part of propping up self-serving agenda of the global capitalist system. The lack of effort by elites to redress the spread of the Fukushima crisis is consistent with an apparent calculation by elites that the radiation depopulation of biological life on our planet is in their interest.
How else would you explain the lack of effort to redress the crisis, alongside with the concealment of the free flow of information of the crisis?
In our invitation to the public for articulate writers to send Op Eds on Fukushima, we received no submission, in spite of the many people who read the invitation.
If Fukushima does not prove the existence of mind control techniques, then what would?
In Public Opinion (1922), Walter Lippmann had compared the masses to a “great beast” and a “bewildered herd” that needed to be guided by a governing class. He described the ruling elite as “a specialized class whose interests reach beyond the locality.” This class is composed of experts, specialists and bureaucrats. According to Lippmann, the experts, who often are referred to as “elites,” are to be a machinery of knowledge that circumvents the primary defect of democracy, the impossible ideal of the “omnicompetent citizen.” The trampling and roaring “bewildered herd” has its function: to be “the interested spectators of action,” i.e. not participants. Participation is the duty of “the responsible man”, which is not the regular citizen.
Mass media and propaganda are therefore tools that must be used by the elite to rule the public without physical coercion. One important concept presented by Lippmann is the “manufacture of consent”, which is, in short, the manipulation of public opinion to accept the elite’s agenda. It was Lippmann’s opinion that the general public is not qualified to reason and to decide on important issues. It is therefore important for the elite to decide ”for its own good” and then sell those decisions to the masses.
Capitalism is about the insatiable pursuit of greed and power. The elites at the top of the system are most effected by the capitalist syndrome, and apparently seek mind control techniques that will eventually render ourselves, as human beings, to be no more critical of Fukushima and other such vital planetary survival issues, than a crack cocaine or heroin addict of their own quasi-vegetative condition.
So, just carry on playing solitaire or some other video game of your smart phone, or listening to your iPod, or just simply ignore trying to the Fukishima global catastrophe, as the world is destroyed around you. That's what you are going to do anyway, isn't it?
Internet site reference: http://vigilantcitizen.com/vigilantreport/mind-control-theories-and-techniques-used-by-mass-media