Brain Washing, Social Control and Programming – Why You Should Kill Your Television



I got rid of cable TV about 4 years ago. I did get a Roku which allowed me to watch documentaries, movies, and some sit-coms, but it was when and what I wanted to watch. Netflix is ad free and the some have a 15 second commercial. I get news from Democracy Now and RT. I felt much better without TV. When I became a caregiver to my mother 6 months ago, she believes she needs cable TV. It’s back in my life and I hate it. I can see what it does to her. They sensationalize even the weather. Fear fear fear. Buy buy buy. Lie lie lie. But she is addicted, and if I plug in my Roku she’ll go to her room and watch mainstream ‘programming.’ I have the Roku in my room. I’m just saying that TV is really bad for you. You can get rid of it and the high bill by getting a Roku device. It has over 1,000 free channels and they add new every week. Check into it.



Media Control

Schooling plays a big role in programming the population, but the most potent and prevalent educational tools are the mass media. These are devised to reach a large audience via the broadcasting of information through natural means (spoken or written language, posters) or technological ones (radio, television, cinema, the Internet). With time, the elite has come to control all the important mass media outlets and are now able to dictate their contents.

The trick is easy. All the elite need to do is repeat the same simplistic lies in all the media and the population will believe them without a doubt. This is how lies acquire an irresistible aura of credibility. A specialist of mass brainwashing, L. Wolfe, explains it further:

“As Tavistock’s researchers showed, it was important that the victims  of mass brainwashing not be aware that their environment was being controlled; there should thus be a vast number of sources for information, whose messages could be varied slightly, so as to mask the sense of external control.”

Wolfe specified that the contents had to be entertaining and leave the impression that the person always had the choice between various messages and sources. Therefore, the same repetitive information remains hidden behind different and appealing guises.


Around 1920, the Tavistock Institute became the center for the study of human behavior, mind control, propaganda, and social manipulation. Created in London, it spread overseas with the financial help of the Rockefeller Foundation. Its influence increased when it combined the study of anthropology, economy, organizations, politics, psychology, psychoanalysis, psychiatry, and sociology. For example, Tavistock organized social phenomena such as the hippie counterculture and the use of mind-altering drugs. Its primary objectives were and still remain the organization of cultural changes through the imposition of chaos and the occult manipulation of special groups. With a 2012 budget of around 6 billion USD, it is now made up of 10 institutions, 400 subsidiary companies, and 3,000 study groups. In secret, Tavistock guides powerful multinationals such as the Rand Corp. (media, politics, commerce, health, education, defense), the Mitre Corp. (defense, revenue, national security), the Stanford and Hudson Institutes.

After 90 years of research, Tavistock’s main discovery concerns child sexuality. This has a great influence on the development of personality. Early sex stimulation produces adults whose emotional development is similar to that of a neurotic child. Their second discovery is related to stress. Tavistock researchers found out that people under controlled stress became more infantile and gave up strongly held beliefs under group pressure to conform to popular opinion. That explains why the mass media insist so much on sex, violence, and fear-inducing messages. We are being turned into scared, submissive children who try to evade the stress of daily life through emotional masturbation – television, radio, CDs, DVDs, movies, and video games.


Westerners spend four plus hours a day, the equivalent of two months a year, or nine years in a lifetime, being hypnotized by a television screen without being conscious of the effects this activity has on them. They have nearly stopped interacting with friends, neighbors, community, and even family. Their free time is spent in imaginary relationships with fictitious characters on the screen.

A few US statistics will show us the extent of the phenomenon: 99 % of households own at least one TV; there are 2.24 TVs per family; the television remains open 7 hours a day; 66 % eat in front of their television sets. The addiction starts right after birth, since 30% of kids who are 0 to 1 year old and 47 % of the 5 to 8 year-olds have televisions in their rooms. A typical US child spends 3.5 minutes per week in meaningful conversation with a parent, but 1680 minutes per week in front of TV. Is this why television is called the “one-eyed babysitter”? By the time they are 65, most people have seen 2,000,000 TV ads. This phenomenon is becoming global.

The entire population of earth has become addicted to television. If one decides to quit the TV habit, they experience psychological withdrawal symptoms that can be as severe as those related to drug or alcohol abuse. There is a direct relationship between child obesity – which is severe for 11% of 6 to 17 year olds in US – and advertisements, since the most popular types of commercials are related to junk food. A study counted more than 200 junk food ads during four hours of cartoons on Saturday morning television in the US. When compared with radio listening, television is more impactful because there are pictures. The more there are to accompany a special news report, the more tangible it will seem and the lesser the chance of people questioning its accuracy. Media expert Hal Becker once said:

“I know the secret of making the average American believe anything I want him to. Just let me control television… You put something on the television and it becomes reality. If the world outside the TV set contradicts the images, people start trying to change the world to make it like the TV set images.

How is it that the elite have been so successful in achieving full control of television programming? Through the assistance of government. Politicians vote and impose laws that favor large TV stations over smaller ones and make it difficult for independent ideas to reach the airwaves. Better yet, most countries have their own sanitized State television stations.

Mass Hypnosis and Mass Violence

Tavistock hastened to study the effects of television on human behavior as early as the 1940′s. Its researchers discovered that 30 seconds after one starts watching TV, the brain automatically begins to produce alpha waves, a modified state of consciousness. The viewer goes into a trance-like mode, a type of light hypnosis. All their attention becomes concentrated on the screen, while the rest of their environment is ignored. In this semi-conscious state, they become highly susceptible to the messages contained in the programs, especially the commercials, which are created especially for that purpose.

Television started becoming popular in the fifties, and the elite have now accumulated more than 60 years of experience spread over three generations of viewers. The results are staggering. People are no longer logical, as their opinions and ideas come directly from television. The images validate what they hear. This filter of tele-opinions gets automatically superimposed over their daily reality, and have become passive members of a plugged-in society, and can no longer think, talk, or write logically. For them, images and knowledge are synonymous.

In Europe, violence on television is as critical as in America. Specialized stations such as Baby TV and Baby First broadcast programs for babies 24/7. When toddlers are one year old, they are already watching at least one hour of television a day. Statistics from 1988 showed that during one week of TV watching, viewers witness 670 murders, 15 rapes, 848 fights, 419 shootings or explosions, 11 armed robberies, 8 suicides, 32 hostage takings, 27 torture scenes, 9 defenestrations, 13 strangulations, and 11 war scenes. Nowadays, these types of events are not reserved to late hours. For example, Quebec’s popular TQS station presented the movie Terminator at 6:30 pm – just in time for kids.

And it’s Getting Worse!

Ever heard of Silent Sound Spread Spectrum or SSSS? It is a secret Pentagon psychotronic technology that has been operational since 1990. In 1991, it was used during the first Gulf War to manipulate Iraqi troops into surrendering en masse. Like compliant children, 200,000 men came out of their desert bunkers and fell to their knees before approaching US troops.

The SSSS is now available in your neighborhood – free of charge. It is carried to your brain with the use of several technologies, including chemtrails, cell towers and high definition digital television (HD-TV). In this way, the elite is aiming for total mind control to insure the compliance of its sheeple. Now you know why the government was so enthusiastic about letting us get digital converter boxes for a cheap price, becaue they want us to have access to high-quality television images.

Big Brother goes even further with digital streaming video that allows any person with a personal computer linked to the Internet to access and watch popular television programs. This is available for free through companies such as Hulu. In this way, computer monitors and HD-TV screens broadcast SSSS and combine it with subliminally-pulsed images to bring about specific emotions and physical responses to all listeners or a selected type of DNA (Blacks, Orientals, women, etc.). If the elite has a sample of a person’s DNA, it can even target selected individuals. Experimentation has shown that it is effective – with varying levels of efficiency – with about 85% of the population, while the remaining 15% seem to be immune to such mind control attempts.

What Should We Do?

What should we do now that we know? Well, truth is useless if we do not change our actions.

Number one: throw out the television. Even without this new mind-control technology, the television has always been a “box of lies.” Watching TV lowers one’s intelligence, and many statistics are there to prove it. Forget the “good educational shows” that are simply there to misinform you.

Number two: limit the time you spend in front of the computer and on the internet, and never watch TV shows from the Internet.

Number three: avoid other sources of do not use cell phones (whether ‘smart’ or not). Basically, it is like putting your head in the microwave oven and pushing the ‘ON’ button. It is difficult to avoid chemtrails, but living a TV-free and cellphone-free life is possible – you get so much more time to read, think (for yourself), meditate, exercise, cook, and keep good company.

The elite have hijacked our brains with their technology, but we still have our free will. We can choose to use it or not to use it. Which one will you choose?


– Brainwashing: How The British Use The Media for Mass Psychological Warfare, L. Wolfe

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37 Responses to “Brain Washing, Social Control and Programming – Why You Should Kill Your Television”

  1. Dogman says:

    Parents also appreciate the pacifying effects of TV, which is why kids spend more time watching TV than they do in school. How TV effects viewers (cognitively, socially and physically) really is an important issue that is all too often neglected, so it was heartening to read his article in, and … -authority

    “The “hold on us” of TV technical events, according to Robert Kubey and Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi’s 2002 Scientific American article “Television Addiction Is No Mere Metaphor,” is due to our “orienting response” —our instinctive reaction to any sudden or novel stimulus. They report that:In 1986 Byron Reeves of Stanford University, Esther Thorson of the University of Missouri and their colleagues began to study whether the simple formal features of television—cuts, edits, zooms, pans, sudden noises—activate the orienting response, thereby keeping attention on the screen. By watching how brain waves were affected by formal features, the researchers concluded that these stylistic tricks can indeed trigger involuntary responses and “derive their attentional value through the evolutionary significance of detecting movement. . . . It is the form, not the content, of television that is unique.”

    “Kubey and Csikszentmihalyi’s survey also revealed that: The sense of relaxation ends when the set is turned off, but the feelings of passivity and lowered alertness continue. Survey participants commonly reflect that television has somehow absorbed or sucked out their energy, leaving them depleted. They say they have more difficulty concentrating after viewing than before. In contrast, they rarely indicate such difficulty after reading.”

    “TV keeps us indoors, and it keeps us from mixing it up in real life. People who are watching TV are isolated from other people, from the natural world—even from their own thoughts and senses. TV creates isolation, and because it also reduces our awareness of our own feelings, when we start to feel lonely we are tempted to watch more so as to dull the ache of isolation. Television is a “dream come true” for an authoritarian society.”

  2. Dogman says:

    Children who are actively playing will have more opportunity to develop their senses than children passively viewing. By its very nature, TV is an impoverished sensory environment. In a recent study comparing TV viewing with laboratory simulated sensory deprivation, researchers found that 96 hours of laboratory induced sensory deprivation produced the same effects on the person as only a few minutes of TV viewing. Normal sensory experience is vital to maintaining a balanced state of mind and body.

    While viewing, the eyes are practically motionless and `defocused’ in order to take in the whole screen. Constant movement is required for healthy eye development. Visual exploration is a prerequisite of seeing, and necessary for developing a sense of depth and perspective. The two-dimensional screen does not facilitate such development The sense of sight is maturing through age 12. Excessive TV viewing, one of the most passive visual activities, can seriously impair a child’s observational skills.

    Since TV is more visual than auditory, children’s sense of hearing is not being fully exercised. Active listening is a skill that needs to be developed. Children need practice in processing auditory stimulation, making their own mental pictures in response to what they hear.

    The subtle rhythms and patterns of life’s wonders which can only be appreciated through patient observation and experience will hold little interest for a child given a steady diet of TV. The fast paced, action-packed, high drama which is programmed to keep viewers tuned in does not accurately represent the natural world, yet it is what children come to expect. Real experiences, therefore, can’t compete with TV and the child’s sense of wonder is dulled.

    Numerous child development and educational experts express great concern with television’s numbing effect on children’s brains.

    In the early years, when the brain is so malleable and sensitive, TV viewing prolongs the dominance of right brain functions which induce a trance-like state. When viewed for more than 20 hours per week, TV can seriously inhibit the development of verbal-logical, left brain functions. The patterning that the brain needs for language development is hindered by viewing during this language sensitive period of infancy, and it may be more difficult to acquire speech later on.

    Over thirty years, findings have consistently demonstrated that violence on TV correlates with subsequent aggressive behavior. Recent evidence from an extensive longitudinal study carried out in four different countries suggests there is a sensitive period that begins before age eight when children are especially susceptible to the effects of violence shown on TV.

    Heavy TV viewers develop a distorted sense of reality. Most notable may be an exaggerated perception of the prevalence of violence in society, which comes from an over-representation of violent acts in programs. (The frequency of violence in children’s programs is six times greater than that of adults’).
    Pervasive sex-role and racial stereotyping further perpetuates a distorted view. A recent census of characters and their occupations depicted in prime time and childrens’ programs revealed that three times as many men as women appeared on TV, and the most common jobs portrayed were in traditionally male areas.

    Source is a publication of the Green Mountain Waldorf School

  3. ian says:

    I rarely watch TV now anyway, and if I do, I can hardly believe the news for example, it’s like unbelievable.

  4. Dogman says:

    Ex CIA Agent says “Never Watch Television” –

  5. Dogman says:

    Unbelievable is the right word Ian.

    Saudi Arabian photographer Abdel Aziz Al-Atibi was shocked to find that the picture he took of his nephew Ibrahim on January 3 in Saudi Arabia was picked up on social media networks and reported as being a picture of a Syrian child found sleeping near the graves of his parents.

  6. ferryt says:

    Unbelievable indeed. Yet more unbelievable ‘news’ from the bbc.

    I Call BBC about A dead sandy hook victim Noah Pozner Who is reported as a dead boy in Pakistan:

  7. ferryt says:

    Sticking with the unbelievable theme, here is the war clip from the parody The Day Today:

    It is cleverly done and amusing. Sadly it’s not far off from the real thing. Believable? Unbelievable?

    I honestly doubt that this would be broadcast these days.

  8. Dublinmick says:

    I haven’t watched TV in about 15 years. The only war coverage I recall watching was the Iraq war which was quite unbelievable due to the sheer propaganda.

    The only use for the TV now days is watching my own CD movies but I can easily watch them with the Imac just as well.

  9. RabbiT says:

    Interesting to see the comments reflect as the article states “group pressure to conform to popular opinion” in this case to throw away the TV.

    I thank God for my TV, I’d go mad without it. Why?

    The media has indeed programmed the masses “to behave like that of a neurotic child”.

    As a consequence the person (a fellow Christian) God called to be my wife chose to abandon me and commit unpardonable sin by marrying a non-believer to then be made “a prisoner in her own home” and be regularly “beaten black and blue”.

    Clearly wrong in her decision she abandoned this mess to marry one of my closest friends, something which I have never recovered from.

    Clearly what she seeks in a husband is someone who would betray his friends – a Judas figure.

    These are moral issues which they have been programmed to discard.

    Like her father a Baptist elder and serial child rapist allegedly. He’s the one taking advantage of orphans in Malachi 3.5.

    Her philosophy, given her by TV soaps and suchlike is one of “I want” what “I want” like that of a neurotic child.

    Anton La Vey rightly put it that Christians would be living as Satanists and the vast majority are indeed now programmed to do so: “Do as thou wilt shall be the whole of the law” of Satan.

    My approach is different from hers. I want what God wants.

    She cares not that I awake every morning broken hearted, thinking all day about her, my holding faithfulness as an absolute while their ilk are like reeds in the wind blowing this way and that way – the adulterers of Malachi 3.5.

    The above article likewise has its own subliminal brainwashing contained in its conclusion and guidance – that one should “meditate”.

    Why is it that if an individual believes they have broken free of the system meditation is always the appropriate path to the pursuit to enlightenment.

    It is again part of the B.S. brainwashing.

    Having had the good fortune of thorough Sunday Schooling I always hoped to encounter a God who was real and involved in my life and this I came to discover.

    By being filled with the Holy Spirit in early adulthood God showed me His ways and how that has stood me in good stead.

    Sadly I find nearly every churchgoer around me utterly ignorant of God’s ways because they are lazy, not seeking knowledge and cannot tell the difference between thinking and knowing which makes them ignorant fools. Such is the latter day lukewarm church of Revelation 3.

    Where do they get their beliefs from? The media.

    I even discovered the scum-bag Pastor who would do nothing to assist me in trying to save my wife from herself, was in fact a Common Purpose graduate.

    Being completely rewired I have become immune to the brainwashing so with no family life I am grateful to be able and sit back and watch a movie or whatever at the end of each day having tapped as much as I can on-line.

    In support of the article I recall sharing before that I tried several times to wake up an acquaintance but to no avail.

    He assured me later I was completely wrong about 9/11. He knew I was wrong to believe it was an inside job because he had seen a documentary on Ch 4 on the subject.

    The official line must be right then if it was on Ch.4.

    “Those what God has joined together let no one separate.” Mat 9.16

    They have decided they want to put God to the test on that one. Oh dear!

  10. Dublinmick says:

    Better to bear the rebuke of the wise than to hear the song of fools … Ecclesiastes 17-16

  11. Lynn says:

    Jeremy Kyle is a sad reflection of how low life in the Uk has fallen. A true dumbed down society find this entertaining, cant watch it, or the stupid soaps and Ex Factory etc. All engineered to steer us off a cliff. Well some are indeed speaking out now and seeing how they did us. Is it just me or do they all look Jewish now. Have we arrived at the point where if your not you just don’t get a job.

    • Neutrino says:

      ” Do they all look Jewish now” please explain that one?

      • Dogman says:

        ITV – Jewish Controlled
        Carlton Communications plc – Jewish Controlled
        ITN – Jewish Controlled
        Granada plc – Jewish Controlled
        Anglia Television – Jewish Controlled
        BBC TV – Jewish Controlled
        BBC Radio – Jewish Controlled
        BSkyB – Jewish Controlled
        ‘American’ Satellite Broadcasters – Jewish Controlled
        Pinewood-Shepperton Limited – Jewish Controlled
        Express Newpapers – Jewish Controlled
        News International – Jewish Controlled
        The Telegraph Group – Zionist Controlled
        Associated Newspapers – Jewish Controlled.
        All data contained in the study are accurate as of May 2002. … a_uk.shtml

      • Nollidge says:

        As John Lennon said;”You don’t get on in showbizz unless you’re Jewish or homosexual”.

  12. yes no interlude says:

    T V is one invention that should be banned from every household in every country, it is a lazy persons way of not having to do anything, it even comes with a remote so you no longer have to get up to change the channel!

    • Dogman says:

      Dr. Brian Anse Patrick is a professor of communication at the University of Toledo.
      Brian explains the creation of the Committee on Public Information and its role in persuading American public opinion during World War I, an implementation that would shift other propaganda campaigns into full gear. We consider emotion as an element of propaganda, how human behavior is altered through group interaction, and the need for belonging and an explanation of a higher order that motivates people to buy into marketing schemes. Brian then takes us through the commandments of propaganda beginning with the control of the flow of information.
      Discussing the censoring effects of political correctness, Brian clarifies how group pressure is used to the advantage of horizontal propaganda. In the member’s segment, Brian continues with the 5th propaganda tool, cognitive penetration, and we talk about how this method for cutting through information overload is dumbing down the masses. Further, we examine how socialization propaganda is erasing the meaning of our history while destroying creativity and individualism. Then, we get into reverse psychology and the sneaky methods used by NGOs to sway public opinion. We consider how propaganda often appeals to our weakest natures and persuades us to indulge the ego, replacing religion and dogma with the media-based judgements. Our discussion ends with an analysis of the a historical standpoint of modern high schools and universities and how socialist movements are being used to control the narrative both now and for the future. … utton1.png

  13. Neutrino says:

    But do they all look jewish, how do I tell?

  14. Nike says:

    Zionist Barbara Lerner-Spectre: multiculturalism – genocide on the white European race by deliberately flooding Europe with dark coloured Muslim migrants as a weapon to destroy homogenous white European nations

    “Anti-Racism and Diversity“ for Israel

    By the way, Zionists are worse than Hitler; they are really racist to the core. The most demonized man in the world wanted to EXPEL, not to EXTINGUISH them (Transfer Agreement with the Zionists, boycotted by them; Zionists needed Jewish victims to promote their cause of stealing Palestine from the Palestinians; the holocaust myth propagandized ever since)

  15. Dogman says:

    Remember the 1997 film Wag the Dog. The film was about a film director being hired by the US government to make propaganda films for the news.

    Another one to show how easy it is.

  16. Dogman says:

    I’m of the opinion that far too many people hear the news headlines and then mentally switch off. Likewise with newspapers, as people are lazy when it comes to finding out for themselves. Spoon fed populace.

    Kevin DeLuca – “Rhetoric is the mobilization of signs for the articulation of identities, ideologies, consciousnesses, communities, publics, and cultures”

    Krista Ratcliffe – “But as Kenneth Burke has taught us, rhetoric may be defined very broadly (e.g., I tell the students in my undergraduate rhetorical theory class that the study of rhetoric is the study of how we use language and how language uses us).”

    Christine Farris What rhetoric has always addressed: not the mastery and regulation of language so much as the ways in which language shapes, reflects, and changes practices among members of particular communities.

    Michael Holzman In antiquity rhetoric was education, the leading out of the child from the private world of the family (and the family’s responsibility for suitable training) to the social and political worlds. Learning to write well, which meant, on the one hand, a complicated technique, and, on the other hand, a discrete (primarily literary) body of knowledge, was the necessary preparation for what was seen as the only truly human existence: that of a participant in the social life of the community and the political life of the state.

  17. Neutrino says:

    Ferret, saw the link halfway through have up, what utter bullshit and as it begins know your enemy sums up this whole Jew hating pile of shite. But I just love reading it. Rock on

    • ferryt says:

      Not sure I follow your logic.

      Far be it from me to stop you from reading something you think is a pile of shit.

      Er, even if you do love it.

      Knock yourself out.

  18. Lynn says:

    Clearlly they you hate us more. We don’t marry them cos they wont let us. You live here but we cant live in Tel Aviv. Work it out Neutrino the proof is out now.?

  19. Dogman says:

    Not worth the effort ferryt. When someone asks a specific question about how you spot them and an example of how a particular individual manages to do that, he refuses to consider it.
    I have met plenty of people that turned out to be jewish but it wasn’t obvious to me.
    Anyway, it’s the Zionists that we need to identify, as there are plenty of jews suffering under zionism. Just ask the Beta-Israel jews! I simply answered a question for somebody too lazy to use the internet to find the answer.

  20. Neutrino says:

    Love it. Go out and enjoy your life.

  21. Neutrino says:

    And if you think you get your answers from the internet you really are no hopers.

  22. Dogman says:

    Funny how I can keep mentioning books as a source and yet you aren’t able to read that!

    Books posted on line, are still books matey!
    How do you reach your conclusions, or do you just know?

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