Hey folks, not posted on here in quite some time but really wanted to share this because as far as I am aware, this has not been shared or noticed as
of yet and it is about as blatant an effort of subliminal messaging as I have seen regarding how the collective opinions and thoughts of the public is
controlled without them even realising it.
Basically, the 'Electoral Commission' has been busy raising awareness of the upcoming vote regarding UK membership of the European Union. They
claim to be impartial which is quite frankly ridiculous based on the advert they are currently running on UK TV.
The advert runs for 30 or so seconds, and describes the EU vote, claims to be impartial and has the headline "You can't miss it" at the end.
Within, the advert, a code is given, spelling out "Guide...U...Referendum...In"
Here it is, watch the flickering of the words throughout the advert-
Throughout the advert, the narrator discusses how you cannot miss it, your subconscious is picking up on this and it is without question, swaying
millions of people in the UK who are not fully decided on what to vote for.
If you watch it not really paying attention, you may just notice some flickering lights.
Your subconscious is making sense of it and being programmed watching it...it quite blatantly flickers on 'guide', 'U' 'Referendum', then the 'T' in
voting flickers, without the T your brain still sees voting because of how we process information, but we also see a space and the word IN, its how
these things work.
Once it is pointed out, it is incredibly obvious- this is supposed to be an impartial commission and it is literally telling people to vote to remain
in the EU.
The chances that the words would flicker by coincidence is next to none because only the 'T' flickers on the last word.
Just to ask, before you stumbled upon this guy's interpretations of the marketing campaign did you feel the sudden urge to change your vote, or a
progressing change in how you perceive the voting. If not it clearly doesn't work right?
Would it not be more effective to remove the G?
edit on 10-6-2016 by GemmyMcGemJew because: (no reason given)
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