The Media and the Emotional Manipulation of the Public


We are all well accustomed now to the images pouring out of the media showing children in situations of despair trying to reach Europe with their parents fleeing from so-called war torn nations as the media would have you believe. However the media is not presenting you with the whole story and is distorting the truth to emotionally manipulate the European people into surrendering their nations and by extension their very existence.


The image that we have all come to know is the image of the boy drowned on a Turkish beach. This image adorned the front pages of all the major newspapers across Europe and has been used to guilt trip the European people into demanding that more be done to help these ‘refugees.’ The media conveniently ignored the fact that this young boy was already in a safe country and died as a result of his fathers actions and NOT the actions of the European people. This is a despicable strategy used by a hostile media in the hands of subversive hostile fifth columnists intent on destroying Europe as a continent.

As we have said many times before, the people pulling the strings of the media and the politicians from behind the curtain, know psychology very well and how to use it. They know how to manipulate you into demanding and desiring whatever it is they want you to do, believe or buy. They know how to play on your empathetic nature and they do so to achieve political, ideological, and financial goals that are harmful to your interests and those of your children, nation and race.

Psychological warfare is a crucial strategy in wearing down an enemy mentally, it has been used for many decades and was used to devastating effect by the Communist regimes around the world. Propaganda became synonymous with brainwashing and was used by these Communist regimes especially in Russia and China to keep the populations under psychological control. When it comes to a civilian population, then the methods are much more subtle. An advert, a news report, a programme, a soap opera, a song, a film can all be used to manipulate an audience driving them down the desired road. Our thoughts, ideas, emotions, tastes and desires can be manipulated by people who have the power and means to deceive and mislead you for sinister reasons.

Here is a quote from Edward Bernays the Jewish nephew of Sigmund Freud and widely considered to be the father of public relations which in essence is the father of propaganda and manipulation of the public:

“The conscious and intelligent manipulation of the organized habits and opinions of the masses is an important element in democratic society. Those who manipulate this unseen mechanism of society constitute an invisible government which is the true ruling power of our country.

“We are governed, our minds molded, our tastes formed, our ideas suggested, largely by men we have never heard of. This is a logical result of the way in which our democratic society is organized. Vast numbers of human beings must cooperate in this manner if they are to live together as a smoothly functioning society.

“Whatever attitude one chooses toward this condition, it remains a fact that in almost every act of our daily lives, whether in the sphere of politics or business, in our social conduct or our ethical thinking, we are dominated by the relatively small number of persons – a trifling fraction of our hundred and twenty million – who understand the mental process and social pattern of the masses. It is they who pull the wires which control the public mind, who harness old social forces and contrive new ways to bind and guide the world.” – Edward Bernays, Founder of Public Relations & Advertising, For Manipulation of the Masses.

Basically what he is saying is that those who really run the show understand the need to mould the opinions of the masses via a massive propaganda campaign which manipulates the thought process of the public. This serves the goals of the people who hide behind the facade of democracy. This deception can be applied to anything, whether it be politics, ideology, products etc.

Cultural Marxism works on the same principle, it uses propaganda and indoctrination to mould the thoughts of each new generation using the institutions of education, media and entertainment to achieve the desired aims. Cultural Marxism epitomises emotional manipulation, facts and logic are ignored and even denied whilst irrational emotional reactions to facts and logic becomes the order of the day. As an example, the legitimate interests of a racial and cultural group are ignored and denied and any group standing up for those interests is demonised as the personification of evil. The Cultural Marxists drum this falsehood into every generation that they manage to sink their claws into. They are the mind benders of Western Civilisation.



Getting back to the media. How many people do you think sit watching the news and believe that what they are being told is 100% factual and is not motivated by political and ideological motives? These people are a creation of the media, sheep who believe that everything that is happening in the world can be explained by big brother on the tv screen. When we are inundated with image after image of ‘migrant children’ yet the images of the vastly superior numbers of young fighting age males are omitted, then you can be sure that the media is lying to you consciously with subjective distortions of the reality of the situation. Why would they do that?

The reason they do it is because as was said earlier, psychology is their most potent and destructive weapon and they have perfected the use of it. Think about it, if you can convince a people that surrendering their nations is a moral good then how easy is it for them to destroy that people? Why would you need to bomb and invade a nation with a military force when the people can be easily manipulated into destroying themselves? The overall goal is the destruction of Europe racially and culturally, and what better way to speed up that process than a major ‘migrant crisis’ brought about by the ongoing destabilisation of the entire Middle East region. The media conveniently ignores that it is our nations subservience to the interests of a foreign nation (Israel) that is the cause of the Middle East catastrophe. Why do they ignore that? They ignore it because it doesn’t fit the narrative, but a drowned young boy on a Turkish beach does. That image can most certainly be used to advance the overall goal and fits the narrative of the media and political agenda. What serves the agenda is used to its fullest potential, what doesn’t fit serve the agenda, isn’t.

What they want is for European people to willingly destroy themselves by giving their consent to let yet ever more innumerable amounts of people into their nations. And they achieve this by putting images in front of you that pull at your heart strings and ignite that altruistic tendency within us all. However when altruism goes so far that it actually harms you, your children and by extension your nation and people, then it becomes pathological. You don’t throw your own children overboard to save the lives of others, that doesn’t mean you want to see other children drown, but you just wouldn’t sacrifice your own to save others. It has been described as the lifeboat analogy which basically means you don’t overload your lifeboat to save others and in the process drown everybody. In-group empathy and in-group altruism is fine, yet when this altruism is applied to out-groups on a suicidal level then it becomes a major problem and fans the flames of racial and cultural self-destruction.

The images on your tv screens and in your newspapers are just the latest strategy in a decades long war against the European people and our collective psyche.

Here are some more quotes that spell it out for you:

“Our task is not to tell the truth; we are opinion molders.” – Walter Cronkite, an American broadcast journalist, best known as anchorman for the CBS Evening News for 19 years.

“Now “public opinion” stood out as a force that must be managed, and not through clever guesswork but by experts (manipulators) trained to do that all-important job.” – Edward L. Bernays, Jewish nephew of Sigmund Freud in his book ‘Propaganda.’

“The myth of the detached manipulator and compliant crowd has, since the Twenties, also been abundantly re-echoed by academic students of mass suasion.” – Edward L. Bernays,Propaganda

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