posted on Jun, 1 2006 @ 01:58 PM
I think the original post was meaning encoded messages, and I think the answer to that is hell yes they do. It's a tactic that is old as society
itself. One of my first threads here on ATS was about troubadores.
Yeah zerotolerance, but you know as well as I do that the equivilent of a whole production company follows the president around and as a set designer
you also know that this isn't just any set. I have worked on a variety of productions now and I promise you, if it's in the shot on a set, somebody
put it there and usually for a reason. Stuff like this isn't cooincidence, it's carefully framed and designed to send a clear and yet subtle
Here Bush stands in front of a wall that says Security Century, and is literally saying...
"See in my line of work you got to keep repeating things over and over and over again for the truth to sink in, to kind of catapult the
Here's a fake photo we were told were Iraqis welcoming us...
Here's a pretty obvious one, the caption ironicly reading, "Whatever it takes"
Here is Bush in his flight suit holding up a peace sign of all things...
It goes on and on, digital technology has given the propogandists unprecedented abilities to manipulate or even fake imagery now, and I'm just not
sure we can trust anything we see from the coporate media anymore.