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Kween [lead]
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1 month ago 1,258 views

This film may seem as though it is a huge time investment. However, there is NONE clearer about actual tactics used for influencing your decisions of what political candidate to choose. You are manipulated by answers given in surveys and influenced by the lifestyle you're told you're going to live, if....

I just saw a post on the front page and sought this film out in response to the question of "are we being manipulated by both parties"... Are you kidding me...is that even a question?

As I recall there is very little speculation in this film that carefully reveals the who's what's where's and why's. If you remotely think you're not being manipulated by both parties, and in fact your very reality--or you want to know how they do it (and yes, the same tactics are still used)--this is the film for you.

Bernays the father of public relations was Freud's nephew (as I recall). You figure it out. It's all psychological grassh...

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hearthwench * 1 month ago

Woof. The constant claim we are too selfish to help those in need is a lie. I see it every day. I also see the State stop people from helping each other, like feeding the hungry and homeless without their fat butts in the middle of such actions. Seriously, fines and jail for giving children lunch? Really?

This series also explains why I find myself still finding "programs" that need to be removed, just when I thought most were gone. ;D

Before I forget, I saw something in Britain from a university if I remember correctly, that the word "Housewife" is unacceptable. These women are to be called "Consumers". How appropriate, no?

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hearthwench 1 month ago

Cool. Will listen tomorrow. I had a book from the 60s I passed onto my grandson about marketing and programming. I cannot remember the author. I do remember him talking about Bernays or whatever and his part in the social programming. The book did not touch on Disney, the originator of programming aimed towards children.

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rektspec 1 month ago

Same as Sandy Hook?

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Kween * 1 month ago

I've seen 2/3 of these--all from different groups. I began to wonder if they were doing this as a hoax on a hoax. After further investigation, I realize it is true that these are actual crisis actors hired by the news outlets to report tragedies. This is reprehensible. Thanks for sharing @LibertyLioness.

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hearthwench 1 month ago

The American ones are using the same actors to play different parts, thinking no one will notice. It is like Superman wearing glasses suddenly looks "different" enough to be Clark Kent.

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teamamerica17 1 month ago

Like Sloppy Sniper at SH

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teamamerica17 1 month ago

Crisis actors like Robbie Parker?

https://youtu.be/71V_O5bTJCE

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Kween 1 month ago

he's never gonna get an academy award...

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teamamerica17 1 month ago

And Orlando (https://youtu.be/4922rWCZ890)

And San Bernardino.

And the French nightclub shooting.

And the 9/11 airplane footage. (See In Plane Sight)

And everything CNN, ABC, CBS, and NBC show.

It's all psyops. Want public​ support for war on terror or "gun control"? Fake a terror incident or mass shooting as part of a FEMA drill, then lead public to believe it's real

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youcanread 1 month ago

it is a hoax,,just as the one they pulled in 2013 and dont forget the 52 other times the feces known as daesh used cw in Syria..

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I remember feeling a little invaded when someone could just pull up my location with Google maps. When google began that, my address was prominently located on a pretty popular website that I owned. OK..easy peasy go get a mailing address. Right? Wrong. For me, I don't much like companies who only have a PO Box and the days when people were fooled by having an actual subscription location address has past.

However, I think that there are limits and that an overreach begins to happen and people don't even realize it. Yes, I realize one has to enable the location function on google...but we know that doesn't always happen, it becomes easier and easier for that function to simply be on as we become less mindful of things such as geo locators. Suddenly they are eased into programs that one uses daily.
As the demographic changes where suddenly younger people are unaware of the ancient days of pre-technology enter the market earlier and...

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keithaBrownell 1 month ago

I should care but I don't. My mail comes to my home where I have lived for 16 years and my email address is my name @gmail. My phone numbers are on my business card as are my addresses physical and email.

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Kween [lead] * 1 month ago

Way to go Stable Mabel. Nah...caring is really only for those who;

(1) have to hide
(2) have been in the awakened movement (for what seems like centuries now) and were incensed by data that was being collected on us - Otherwise known as Freedom Lovers
(3) TI
(4) to play the game
(5) hiding from an ex or stalker
(6) creditor/authority dodgers (can be done but the authority thing - not - only because it is not always
human that comes looking for ya--whole 'nutha story there
(7) wealth/asset secreters
(8) nut-cases who are bored and have nothing else to do
(9) those who don't realize that you really can't hide.
(10) people who are in legitimate business at home but don't want people showing up on their
doorstep--avoiding #8 above

I sorta liken it to why we have locks on our doors. Locks protect us from access of average ordinary people passing/happening by. A burgler will find a way in if they have targeted you and it is that important to them.

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LibertyLioness * 1 month ago

You left out one. Freedom lovers! But that likely is included in #2.

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Kween [lead] * 1 month ago

You know what-- you're right...I'd say that was sorta number 2 - but yes...It should be Freedom Lovers!

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keithaBrownell 1 month ago

What is #3? I am not naive I know the powers who are know all and therefore my response is to let everyone know all. I have had one or two incidents one recently where a 'blast from the past' who had just gone through a divorce thought I had just been waiting for him to 'come back' (since high school) and stalked me through friends and randomly started turning up at sporting events for my kids and sending messages through friends and then calling me till I had to be rude. It culminated with him showing up at my house minutes after my husband left for work and ended when my husband knocked on his door and told him to stop. It was a tiny bit scary but not worth hiding.

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Kween [lead] 1 month ago

Targeted Individuals

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LibertyLioness 1 month ago

I have not used my own physical address since 2007. And, when I have packages delivered where I am actually located, they are shipped to 1) a company name that is also the name my house is titled in, or 2) an alias name which is also the names that I entered in the PO database.

You don't need to use a PO box. You can get a physical address online. The company will then scan your mail envelopes or packages when they arrive so you can see what you received. Then you can decide whether you want them to open and scan the contents for you, recycle or shred the item or ship it to you. I've been using EarthClassMail.com but I just found this one yesterday and it's a much better price for the same service: https://www.mailboxforwarding.com/.

The address will look like this:

Your Name
1234 Market St. #99999
Cincinnati, OH 33333
You can put Suite in front of the number or Apt. or whatever you want and sometimes people leave the number off and I still get my mail.

I originally signed up for this service as a temporary measure when I was moving. I fell in love with it and now, 9 years later, I still have the service and have moved 5 times without having to worry about my mail. The only mail I receive here are packages I order online and an occasional local advertisement.

As for Google tracking you, they've been doing it for years. Whenever asked if I want them to track me, I decline and it's just one more reason I don't have a cell phone and don't want one. Of course, I also don't trust them so I use a VPN when I log into the Internet.

My Vonage router (phone service) was originally shipped to the virtual address because I wanted privacy. So, I have a phone number in a distant state as well. I just had the package forwarded to me when it arrived. And, that service is also in an alias name. If you want a local number you can purchase one at Twillio and set it up so it forwards to your out of state number. Vonage has a lot of options that you control as well and I like that. Plus, if I move to Panama, which is likely, I can take it with me and it will work there too.

I have lots of little tips for hiding yourself. I learned a long time ago, to never own anything. If you possess it, no one will ever question it. When I first started doing that I had a truck that was in an alias name and had an accident one day and I was at fault. I thought I would be run through the mill as to who the truck really belonged to. It didn't even look like a person's name. It was just one word. But nobody ever questioned it. That happened to me several times over the years. When I started doing this, I was told this is how the rich keep their privacy and possessions from being seized (by keeping their names off of them). I think that is why the cops know not to question it. If you put things in your name and you somehow become liable in an accident or whatever, the legal eagles in our country will come after you and try to take your stuff. So, I just hide it! If it's not in your name, it's never associated with you.

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Kween [lead] * 1 month ago

and the days when people were fooled by having an actual subscription location address has past.

I was referring to that type of service with the comment above. Gone are the days when those addresses appear as though it is an actual location. The database identifies ALL of those addresses as forwarding services & virtual addresses. In fact there are certain institutions/companies that will say - we don't accept forwarding service addresses. Been secreting for years..and I agree with you 1000% about how the rich (not me) do it.

The rest of the information is valuable. Whether you are wealthy or Jane Blow people should do what they can for their privacy. Not that you're hiding anything...but to maintain a modicum of sovereignty--as is your right--from people that for one reason or the other you would prefer not know your where-a-bouts. IF you're on this planet...the big boys know where you are anyway. (which is the reason I get off planet as often as possible--lol gotta laugh)

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LibertyLioness * 1 month ago

Actually, the addresses I'm talking about are not blocked. I know what you are talking about. The ones that used to be where you could get a street address and go pick up your mail. They started making you put a specific term in the address that identified them and you would have trouble using them. That is not the case with the type of services I'm talking about here. I have never had trouble using these addresses. I use them for everything. No system has ever told me I could not use that address or identified it as a forwarding address. And, you are not required to put that "term" in them. Sorry, I've forgotten what it is now. You are required to fill out a postal form but that is done once and your golden. You can also add names to your account name at any time without filling out any other forms. I have my car tags sent there, my passport, everything.

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Kween [lead] * 1 month ago

Yes. I have two.. Surely I don't go to either of the two locations where they are very often. (winks) I forgot who it was...was trying to remember who said I couldn't use that address (it was an anomaly)...but it is what clued me to the fact that while the average sender/institution doesn't know--and rightfully, shouldn't care--they know. When I investigated further is when I was told all of those services are required to indicate they are the type of proxy service that they are--by law. I think the loophole is that they are "renting" you "space"--otherwise it would be illegal for occupancy data. Just sayin...

We're on the same page. I used to almost make a game out of circumventing the whole privacy thing..and then went on to something else when I realized it is really only effective in secreting you from marketers and people that you otherwise may not want to know your location. For people who want to get off the grid as it were--that is possible..but it is NOT for the faint hearted--and then it should be only if you have the time or the need cuz BB knows where you are.

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LibertyLioness * 1 month ago

Well, the entire reason I wrote the response I did was to give you another avenue that is not blocked as I knew what you were referring to. These are online. You get PDF documents. You download your mail to your computer. I used to have the other kind too and had to quit using them because no one would let me use the addresses any longer. But these services are not like that. That was my point. Sorry if that wasn't clear.

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Kween [lead] 1 month ago

Thanks you :). Now, I will admit I don't know about the ones where one downloads mail. Which peaks my curiosity about receiving physical items. We're a little close to it...but I'm a little hesitant to allow hot water to come through my computer to brew my favorite tea (although I am the purveyor of it) :)).

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Kween [lead] * 1 month ago

You know what I primarily get from all of this is that you are a terrible driver and never get in the car with you.

*When I first started doing that I had a truck that was in an alias name and had an accident one day and I was at fault. I thought I would be run through the mill as to who the truck really belonged to. It didn't even look like a person's name. It was just one word. But nobody ever questioned it. That happened to me several times over the years.

Ah hahaha...Just kidding really @LibertyLioness ...but I couldn't resist. You left that one wide open. @keithaBrownell sent me something the other day on commas - seems the same thing happens with periods. (as you know I am the absolute worst with using them in my communications which ends up jacking up my meanings of things--secretly I think that is why she sent it to me. :P

On the flip side this is valuable information. I seem to remember the mail service--but that went off my radar and honestly I never heard of the mail scanning aspect of the service. Good looking out.

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LibertyLioness 1 month ago

Hahahaha! It is funny! But, no, I'm a good driver! That was a very rare event for me. Funny thing was they didn't even ask if it was my vehicle. Then, when I looked at the paperwork, despite the fact that they can read the registration and I am not listed on it, I was listed as the owner of the vehicle on the accident report.

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keithaBrownell 1 month ago

No, that wasn't why I sent it to you, it would take a lot of nerve for me to do that. I sent it because I found it fascinating and I thought you would too. I didn't send you the other article I found fascinating that day because I knew you wouldn't give a fadoodle .about the origins of the Pepe the Frog meme. I wasn't correcting your grammar. I was addressing your intellectual sponge.

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Kween [lead] * 1 month ago

@keithaBrownell I was only poking fun at myself. I often don't focus on returning clear communication and write like I may be speaking to someone in real life--which by the way doesn't always bode too well in written communications. Partly because I am else-wise focused at the moment and I sorta "jump-in" when I see a subject gliding by from the other screen. Sorta like a cigarette break.

I knew you wouldn't do that. LOL Also, I was reminding myself to find a place to put that article @LibertyLioness will love it. She is a good communicator. Although, I still wouldn't get in a car with her ;) (missed ya this week) :)

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LibertyLioness 1 month ago

pffffffffffffffttttttt!

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Kween [lead] 1 month ago

Laughs. I knew I could draw you out with that one. (winks)

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keithaBrownell 1 month ago

I'm back.

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DeplorableRick 2 months ago

Hey, Ill scratch your back you scratch miiiiine!

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Kween [lead] 2 months ago

...JUST AS LONG AS YOU DO IT WITH $1000 dollar bills!

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rektspec 2 months ago

They suffer regularly from itchy back, I recommend anusol!

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