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Richard speaks with a media scientist and JFK Assassination Research pioneer about the shadowy figures involved in the murder of the 35th President of the United States.?The researcher contends that the assassination was far from being the act of a radical lone gunman. It was, in fact a coup d’etat, that completed the virtual take over of the? U.S. government by Anglo-American oligarchs.
Guest: Nelson Thall is a media scientist, and the former archivist for the late Marshall McLuhan. As a pioneer in JFK assassination research, Nelson was responsible for smuggling the Zapruder film into Canada where it was broadcast before a huge North American audience on a CBC border station. His alter ego, Lenny Bloom can be heard on his internet-radio program Shock Talk with Bloom and Steel Thursday nights.
Television: The Ultimate Psychological Warfare Weapon
Richard welcomes a former Hollywood filmmaker to discuss his in-depth research into the use of hypnotic programming in North America. He believes that people do not pay conscious attention to things that affect them subconsciously. They do not usually know what to look for until these things are pointed out to them.
The principles of mind control, hypnotic suggestion and mental programming are ancient. Modern technology allows the implementation of these age-old principles on a scale massive enough to influence the thinking and behavior of large numbers of people. The goal of those using modern technology to program the thoughts and actions of entire nations is to suspend the thought processes of the conscious mind and leave them open to suggestion.
The first objective of the commerical advertiser or the government propagandist is to create the conditions that will produce a state of mind favorable to receiving their message(s). That state of mind is the hypnotic state and television is capable of inducing this altered state of consciousness automatically, regardless of program content, due to the nature of the medium itself.
This makes television the most potent instrument of mass persuasion in the history of the world.
Guest: Steven Jacobson spent 13 years in the film industry and is a graduate of the Boston University School of Communications. Once he realized how the mass media was manipulating the minds of Americans without their knowledge or consent, he abandoned filmmaking. Jacobson then dedicated his energies to researching the hypnotic techniques being used to trance-form free-thinking individuals into mindless consumers and malleable tools of government. Jacobson’s research has culminated in the development of the Mind Control in America audio series available on cassette or CD. To order these educational audios, write MCiA Media, PO Box 326, Asheboro, NC 27204