How to control the mind with 10 effective techniques


1. The technique of entertainment
The primary element of social control, the technique of entertainment, consists in turning the public's attention away from major problems and mutations decided by the political and economic elites, with an uninterrupted storm of fun and insignificant details.
The technique of entertainment is also necessary to prevent the public from being interested in essential information in the fields of science, economics, psychology, neurobiology and government. "Keep the audience's attention away from real social problems, captivated by issues of no real importance. Keep the public busy, busy, busy, without time to think; to return to the farm normally with the other animals. " Excerpt from the Weapon with silencer for quiet wars.
2. The technique of creating problems, and then providing solutions
This technique is also called "problem-reaction-solution". First you create a problem, an "emergency" for which you can predict that it will provoke a specific reaction of the public, so that it itself will ask for those measures that you wish to make it acceptable.
For example: let urban violence escalate, or organize bloody clashes so that the public can take security measures that restrict their freedoms. Or, rather, create an economic crisis to make the public accept the restriction of social rights and the deconstruction of public services as a necessary evil.
3. The downgrade technique
To make an unacceptable measure acceptable, it is enough to gradually implement it on a "declining scale" for a period of 10 years. In this way, new socio-economic conditions (neoliberalism) were radically imposed in the 1980s and 1990s. Unemployment, uncertainty, "flexibility", travel, wages that no longer provide a decent income; so many changes that would have revolutionized , if they had been applied suddenly and violently.
4. The postponement strategy
Another way to accept an unpopular decision is to present it as "painful but necessary", distracting the public's consent to its implementation in the future. It is always easier to accept a future instead of a direct sacrifice.
First of all, because the effort should not be made immediately. Then, because the public always tends to naively hope that "everything will be better tomorrow" and that they can finally avoid the sacrifice they were asked to make. Finally, such a technique leaves the public with a certain amount of time to get used to the idea of ​​change, and to accept it fatalistically, when it is judged that the time has come for it to be performed.
5. Its strategy is to address the public as if they were babies and children
The majority of publicity ads use a narrative discourse, arguments, faces, and a particularly childish, exhausting childish tone, as if the viewer were a very young child or as if he were mentally handicapped. The more effort is put into deceiving the viewer, the more childish the tone is adopted by the advertiser.
Why; "If [the advertiser] addresses someone as if he were a twelve-year-old child, then it is very likely that he will receive, because of the indirect and allusive tone, a response or a reaction as nudist as a twelve-year-old's response." Excerpt from "Weapons with silencer for quiet wars".
6. His technique is to address emotion rather than logic
The invocation of emotion is a classic technique for short-circuiting rational analysis, hence the critical perception of individuals. In addition, using the range of emotions allows you to open the door of the unconscious to implant ideas, desires, fears, impulses or behaviors ...
7. The technique of keeping the audience in ignorance and nonsense
It is to make the audience is unable to perceive the technologies and methodologies you use to enslave him. "The quality of education provided to the lower social classes must be poorer, so that the trench of ignorance that separates the lower classes from the upper classes is not perceived by the lower classes." Excerpt from "Weapons with silencer for quiet wars".
8. The technique of encouraging the audience to like mediocrity
It is to encourage the audience to find "cool" what is stupid, cheap and uncultivated.
9. His technique of replacing rebellion with guilt
It is to make a person believe that he is solely responsible for his misfortune, because of his mental insufficiency, his inadequacy of his abilities or his efforts. Thus, instead of rebelling against the economic system, he devalues ​​himself and blames himself, a condition that contains the seeds of nervous breakdown, which, among other things, has the effect of abstaining from any action. And without action, you save the revolution!
10. The art of knowing people better than they know themselves themselves
During the past fifty years, the cataclysmic advances in science opened an increasingly deep ditch between the knowledge of the general public and to knowledge possess and use The responsible elites. Thanks to Biology, Neurobiology and Applied Psychology, the "system" has reached an advanced knowledge of the human being, both in terms of physiology and in terms of psychology.

The system has come to know the average person better than he knows himself. This means that in most cases, the system exercises much more control and is imposed with greater force on individuals than individuals on themselves.

And yet, in order for all this to collapse, a moment of awakening is enough. The "red pill" that Morpheus used to say in the New in the movie Matrix. If there is even a fleeting moment of awakening, the whole edifice is destroyed and falls like a curtain, and most importantly this curtain cannot be hung again.

That's why we have presented you the 10 techniques, as soon as you notice that they happen around you and are applied every day, the awakening comes legally. For anyone who wants more awakening, let's read Plato's "cave" and a new world will dawn.

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