Disinformation Tactics

Discussion in 'Politics' started by UncleJoe, Feb 12, 2010.

  1. UncleJoe

    UncleJoe Well-Known Member

    How we are informed by the powers-that-be, to conform to their way of thinking.

    Disinformation Tactics: The Methods Used To Keep You In The Dark - BlackListed News

    The endless creation of dichotomies, and the neat arrangement of ideologies along left/right lines, offers average people a very simple (though hopelessly inaccurate) way of thinking about politics. It forces them to choose a side, usually based solely on emotional or cultural reasons, and often lures them into supporting positions they would otherwise disagree with. It fosters an environment in which beating the other team is more important than ensuring the integrity of your own. Perhaps most importantly, it allows the social engineer to determine what is “fair game” for debate, and what is not.

    One merely needs to observe a heated debate between a Democrat and a Republican to see how deeply this belief has been ingrained on both sides, and how destructive it is to true intellectual discourse.
  2. Expeditioner

    Expeditioner Well-Known Member

    Yeah the groupthink stifles intellect, candor and goodwill!!!!

  3. TechAdmin

    TechAdmin Administrator Staff Member

  4. pdx210

    pdx210 Well-Known Member


    it's a political version of good cop bad cop and holds no one in government accountable for anything
  5. sidecutter

    sidecutter Member

    The polititians keep us unfocused to keep us unaware of liberties they are stealing. I was looking up some info about led lights and ended up at Wikipedia / Monsanto. I thought it interesting that under politics Monsanto as a company donated equally to the parties around $75,000.00 each a year. But special interest groups get $8,000,000.00 . They don't care who gets the vote. They pay them off to keep us occupied while they steal us blind. Note Monsanto was one of the early makers of led,s 1965.
  6. pdx210

    pdx210 Well-Known Member

    really common with law firms, and energy providers too