posted on Apr, 7 2016 @ 03:16 AM
When I was intensely studying horsemanship, between clinics, videos, books, lectures, varied lessons and trainers,
there was a big trend in calling certain methods "natural horsemanship" or "horse whispering" for some.
To people new to the activity it seemed "innovative", but actually it was just very old methods re-packaged to sell massively.
Some of the popular phrases used began to resonate deeply in me, like "make the horse believe it was his choice to do it (whatever it is you
want it to do)."
Each time I'd stop and reflect on that... manipulating them through their natural drives and instincts, remaining covert to avoid overt opposition;
so that the subject remains confident of their freedom of choice and liberty... when in fact, they are being controlled by another.
Gee, something feels.... terribly...familiar about that........
That was when I started getting curious, researching, and learned more about Edward Bernays, "the father of public relations". It was like suddenly
reality became clear and the control of the media was so terribly evident, and my own mind de-programming had so far to go.....it was like the movie
the Matrix or something, wher eyou awaken to a reality that was there the whole time and wonder how you didn't see it!
I don't know about the North Koreans enough to make an educated opinion. My guess would be they might be just more aware of the control over
them than we Americans are- that is the only difference.
Like the obedient horse that knows they obey because the master will otherwise get pissed and punish,
and the horse that is totally obedient, and under the illusion that they are independent and free....