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Videodrome method used on american public since the 1980's

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posted on Jun, 27 2010 @ 08:13 AM

It's true

Pick your culprit

But it's obvious something has happened with the American public, and I believe with some high tech computer equipment, the evidence can be found in auto commercials. They used subliminal messages and brainwashed the American consumer into believing bigger is better and it's not only OK but cool consuming massive amounts of petrol. This idea came to me yesterday as various ATS people literally raged and on a few occasions indirectly threatened when I criticized the state of auto-manufacturing in America... I'll post a few videos as a start.

In this video the emphasis is based on brainwashing american children at an early age that suv's are cool

this 1 uses the "have at all costs" technique

"shock and awe"

the "escape at all costs" subliminal notice the song!

again with bigger is better and more>less


[edit on 27-6-2010 by jeffrybinladen]

posted on Jun, 27 2010 @ 11:29 AM
Indeed, life based on movies.

That's the ticket. You're comments are stupid.

posted on Jun, 27 2010 @ 11:42 AM
Well, to start with the third video is a prank and has nothing to do with subliminal advertising or the auto industry. The fact that you posted it makes everything else you say suspect.

And I don't view it as a secret that the auto industry uses commecials to sell their product. Where is the conspiracy in that?

posted on Jun, 27 2010 @ 11:53 AM
Oh for you OP!

American cars are way inferior.
Gas guzzler with low power per displacement size.
High drag massive boxes, that are built so different every year that nothing but the tires and spark plugs are interchangeable.
Oh boy! ou can get a POS FWD or RWD with a solid axle. Any NASCAR fan will tell you solid rear can hold more power and is better.
You gotta buy a vette, thunderbird or lincoln if you want a full independent rear.

American styling also falls flat.
I would really like to keep my money in the USA, but no way when detroit tries to push this crap off as quality.

Now compare a Harley to any of the rice bikes, and tell me it is somehow better. Oh yea...resale value
. Now tell me how smart we americans are again.

Yea, my 500 hp 2.5 liter AWS Subaru will get 25mpg if I keep my foot out of it. Will survive a crash better than any american car, and will run circles around anything other than at the drag strip where americans have simplified racing beyond NASCAR skilz....all car...all money

posted on Jun, 27 2010 @ 02:40 PM
Well considering that one of your "commercials" were a prank, and of all the "real" commercials posted only one american car company was represented. I'm afraid your theory doesn't hold water.

posted on Jun, 27 2010 @ 03:01 PM
Which video was a prank? Are you guys talking about the "Shock and Awe" video? Because that really is a real commercial. I saw that one on TV about 2 or 3 years ago.

Please, friends, do not be so quick to judge just because you THOUGHT (and did NOT know) that it was a prank!

posted on Jun, 27 2010 @ 03:16 PM
Uhm, they mean the one with the shouting zombie woman. Because, yeah, that was made for the INTERNET. I don't know why they all called it the third;; it's the fifth.

Anyway. Yes, advertisements try to condition us. Do you have something new to say?

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