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Propaganda how it works and have you become a part of it?
persuasive techniques are regularly applied by politicians,
advertisers, journalists, radio personalities, and others who
are interested in influencing human behavior. Propagandistic
messages can be used to accomplish positive social ends, as in
campaigns to reduce drunk driving, but they are also used to win
elections and to sell malt liquor.
Propaganda Techniques In Advertising, Media, Politics & Warfare Why is it important to understand the techniques of propaganda and how they work? Because - tucked in places and designed in ways you might not notice, propaganda designers have been putting hidden messages into television commercials, news programs, magazine ads and more. These messages have been carefully designed to influence our opinions, emotions, attitudes and behavior. Their purpose is to persuade us to believe in something or to do something that we would not normally believe or do. Most importantly, these messages have been designed to benefit someone, and that someone may not be you!
Propaganda media Television is an all encompassing-mass communication medium. Like radio, it makes use of the sense of hearing to convey an idea. Like printed material, it makes use of the sense of sight, adding the element of motion. And like the motion picture, it combines sight, sound, and motion. Television is immediate; in effect, it places the viewer in two locations simultaneously, creating the illusion of participating in a distant event.
Propaganda planning process Propaganda planning is a continuous process requiring imagination and determination. It must be responsive to immediate change brought about by any new condition or circumstance affecting the target audience or the psychological objective. The resulting plan is also subject to change.
Words Propaganda Power In these verbal contests between one person's desires and another's, some people find they always lose, convinced they must be wrong, while others consistently win; their logic, their reasons are so powerful, so compelling, they almost force others to change their opinions, their beliefs and their behavior to comply with what's being asked.
Employment of Psychological Operations Psychological Operations or PSYOP are planned operations to convey selected information and indicators to audiences to influence their emotions, motives, objective reasoning, and ultimately the behavior of organizations, groups, and individuals. Used in all aspects of war, it is a weapon whose effectiveness is limited only by the ingenuity of the commander using it.
Propaganda and psychological warfare studies when foreigners controls the media When a foreign power can interfere with the broadcast media and systematically dictate the content of communications, it is then in a position to impose upon much of the nation an alien ideology. Control over the ideas conveyed by mass communications permits an outsider to manipulate opinion, censor information, create false impressions, suppress inquiry and dissent, and deceive audiences on an enormous scale.
Social cultural & behavioral research in family planning communications The social and behavioral sciences can be a powerful tool for the manipulation of unsuspecting audiences in developing countries. Experts in the fields of communications and human motivation carefully observe target groups, learning the subtle nuances of local customs and mores and documenting the precise cultural environment must be present to facilitate the introduction of "new" ideas and behavior.
Propaganda in theory and practice how does it work? Most people associate propaganda with advertising, with partisan opinion heard on talk shows, or with a zealous Sunday morning radio preacher. Indeed, all of these are forms of propaganda, but for the most part they are the least harmful kind because the audience recognizes them as such.
Political Propaganda Is Cult Brainwashing if a government could control all media and communication, meanwhile forcing citizens to speak in a politically- controlled jargon, this would blunt independent thinking. If thought could be controlled, then rebellious actions against a regime could be prevented.” Because of the nature of lust for power, moral means to achieve political objectives becomes irrelevant; thus, the motive to conceal real intentions from the citizens. The Sub-Rosa character of the elites is not who they are, but the actual hidden goals they achieve with their policies and control of the State.
Entertainment as propaganda The visual images and themes bear some resemblance to reality. Psychologically speaking, they let down their guard. Though the messages may seem odd or even offensive, members of the audience are not aware that what they see and hear is part of a massive, systematic, carefully-planned propaganda offensive carried out by foreign government agencies.
Psychological Warfare in Combat This is the full text of the infamous "Shock and Awe" doctrine, published in 1996 by the National Defense University, Washington. The concept is to gain complete control over the will of an adversary, as well as the perceptions and understanding of target peoples, literally making an enemy impotent to act or react. The "Shock & Awe" doctrine is described as a strategy to achieve the systematic destruction of military capability through attrition, where appropriate, and to use overwhelming force to paralyze, shock, unnerve, and ultimately accomplish the moral destruction of an opponent.
When Propaganda Backfires A study done of family planning attitudes and behavior done in the north of Nigeria in 1994. According to a published report, the negative reaction illustrated "opposition to outsider improprieties, to family planning in general and to US-sponsored family planning programs in particular."
Brain Zapping-Electronic Mind Control-Part One The battle by governments to win the minds of the people goes much further than nice words and twisting the truth. For example, it's much easier to beam thoughts directly into people's heads! JASON JEFFREY examines frightening developments in mind control technology.
Brain Zapping - Alien Abduction, Black Magic & the Dark Gods - Part Two In the second part of JASON JEFFREY's examination of mind control, he looks at the strange phenomenon of alien abduction and its possible connections to US military psyops or mysterious psychic entities. He concludes that the actual origins of these 'dark' forces interfering with mankind may well extend back into human history.
Mind Control Experiments on Children The CIA mind-control apparatus has been well-known since 1975. Author and researcher JON RAPPOPORT looks at the explosive testimony made before the March 1995 Committee on Radiation. He uncovers evidence of ongoing shocking mind control experiments and names some of the people behind them.
Propaganda and Disinformation: How the CIA Manufactures History The CIA, functioning as a secret instrument of the U.S. government and the presidency, has long misused and abused history and continues to do so. I first became concerned about this historical distortion in 1957, when I was a young officer in the Clandestine Services of the CIA.
On Propaganda in America The numen "democracy" is used also in this realm as the essence of reality. A foreign development sought to be brought about is called "spreading democracy"; a development sought to be hindered is "against democracy," or "fascistic." "Fascism" is the numen corresponding to evil in theology, and in fact they are directly equated in American propaganda.
Cult Question & Answers A cult is a group of people who organize around a strong authority figure. Cults, like many other groups, attempt to expand their influence for the purposes of power or money. However, to achieve these ends, destructive cults employ a potent mixture of influence techniques and deception to attain psychological control over members and new recruits.
Propaganda System Number One The U.S. propaganda system is at the peak of its powers in the early years of the 21st century, riding the wave of capitalism’s triumph, U.S. global hegemony, and the confidence and effective service of the increasingly concentrated and commercialized mainstream media. It is a model propaganda system, its slippages and imperfections adding to its power, given its assured service in times of need. As described above, in such times its ability to ignore inconvenient facts, swallow disinformation, and work the public over with propaganda can easily compete with—even surpass—anything found in totalitarian systems.
Propaganda techniques Knowledge of propaganda techniques is necessary to improve one's own propaganda and to uncover enemy PSYOP stratagems. Techniques, however, are not substitutes for the procedures in PSYOP planning, development, or dissemination.
Basic facts about population propaganda and the new world order In reality, it may mean a whole lot more than you think. In some parts of the world, people have a lot of children and population grows rapidly. In other regions, families produce very few children, and the size of the population is expected to decline at a very surprising rate. Although these may not be things we ordinarily notice, they are is resulting in extraordinary changes in the world.
Mind Control and the Secret State A comprehensive analysis of various intelligence agency mind control operations. DANIEL BRANDT, the respected U.S. investigator, clears away the misconceptions and unmasks the real nature of these nefarious projects.
Schooling: Liberation or Mind Control? If compulsory schooling is such a lousy idea, why did it catch on? RICHARD HEINBERG reviews the effects of compulsory education and offers alternatives to the enforced stultification of the individual, commonly known as compulsory education.
Ten things you need to know about propaganda Truth is not the absence of propaganda; propaganda thrives in presenting different kinds of truth, including half truths, incomplete truths, limited truths, out of context truths. Modern propaganda is most effective when it presents information as accurately as possible. The Big Lie or Tall Tale is the most ineffective propaganda.