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'Human Resources' Documentary: How We Are ALL Social Engineered

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posted on Dec, 8 2010 @ 07:35 AM
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I am unsure how new this documentary is, but I have just watched it and it is a Gem, a real worth watcher. The majority of us have seen the sensationalist Zeitgeist films etc. but this is very fact based and very informative. I will share a reveiw which I think does it justice:


Last night I watched Human Resources and I was impressed enough to pass it along. It's a documentary about Social Control, examining the history, the philosophy and ultimately the pathology of elite power.



Overall, Human Resources is rough around the edges but still overloaded with gems. Set aside some time to digest this -- and take notes. Scott Noble does an admirable job of fitting ten hours of material into two. I also appreciated the space he gives to all the people he interviews...there's a metric ton of ideas here and he lets almost all of them unfold and breathe at their own pace. The footage itself is very low-fi and some of the interviews feel like they drag on for too long, or wander in circles. Impressively, those moments are few and far between. Noble can't cover everything, but the scope of this movie alone makes it the most ambitious entry in this strange genre so far, more complete than The Century of the Self and less hysterical than the Zeitgeist franchise. The film really clicks in the final act, when the focus turns toward the CIA's MK experimentation. I was surprised and grateful to find an extended interview with Dr. Colin Ross, who takes pains to note that "CIA MK" is actually a misleading generalization, obscuring a larger network of projects involving the Army, Naval Intelligence and several other, more opaque agencies. There's a lot of rewindable moments here, tread slowly. When the perfect documentary about Social Control finally arrives, I'm guessing it will be built on this precise blueprint. This film might be full of cosmetic flaws, but his argument is (mostly) methodical and devastating. A toast to Scott Noble.


Link to Review, Movie and Torrent File

Here is the movie from youtube so I can embed it:



















I am definately going back and making notes, there is so much info here it is immense. Hope people get to watch and share this, you WILL learn somethings, believe me.

Thanks Scott Noble

~Carlitomoore




posted on Dec, 8 2010 @ 07:39 AM
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One thing also to remember about the ptb, and peopel who run society like police and gov. They are as thick as everyone else. They need to keep the perception they know what to do, but really they have no clue.

Just look how easy countries have been destroyed, and peoples manipulated.



posted on Dec, 8 2010 @ 09:48 AM
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One of the people who has helped condition your life; whether you knew it or not; is John B Watson.

Watson Wiki



Give me a dozen healthy infants, well-formed, and my own specified world to bring them up in and I'll guarantee to take any one at random and train him to become any type of specialist I might select – doctor, lawyer, artist, merchant-chief and, yes, even beggar-man and thief, regardless of his talents, penchants, tendencies, abilities, vocations, and race of his ancestors.


His beahavour theories were loved by the upper classes and the social reformists of the time; who we now refer to as 'TPTB'; though I don't like that term myself as it makes them seem more like an entity than real human beings. Here is an experiment he did that was controversial at the time:

Little Albert Experiment


The Little Albert experiment was a case study showing empirical evidence of classical conditioning in humans. This study was also an example of stimulus generalization. It was conducted in 1920 by John B. Watson along with his assistant Rosalie Rayner. The study was done at Johns Hopkins University.

John B. Watson, after observing children in the field, was interested in finding support for his notion that the reaction of children, whenever they heard loud noises, was prompted by fear. Furthermore, he reasoned that this fear was innate or due to an unconditioned response. He felt that following the principles of classical conditioning, he could condition a child to fear another distinctive stimulus which normally would not be feared by a child.


A society is driven by fear not love. That is reality now and not just a theory the Rockefellers fancied, just take a look around you.

Seriously watch the videos and you will learn more about how our society has been built than in any textbook.



posted on Dec, 8 2010 @ 10:04 AM
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Great documentary! Spot on. Is it even proper to call ourselves human anymore? In fact, many people don't even realize what they are doing anymore. In the big picture, what are we all doing with our lives? When one says we are being controlled, there's more to it than the average person thinks.



posted on Dec, 8 2010 @ 10:11 AM
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Exactly! People think that they are enlightened becasue they have three terms in their vocabulary; New World Order, TPTB & Elite.

They think that becacuse they are aware of these things that they are intellectual and that they are 'Above the Sheeple'.

Stop this madness!!!

We are all controlled since birth, and we are pre-disposed to have certain thought patterns and emotional responses and these are manipulated through our lives. We are one big engineered society, from the cradle to the grave. The more you learn about this the better your chance of liberating yourself from the regime. That is not meant to be militarist; but the truth shall set you free.

Divert your focus from the TPTB and concentrate on actually educating yourself on making your life better, The human brain and psych is the most phenomanal thing on this planet in my humble layman opinion.



posted on Dec, 8 2010 @ 05:12 PM
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Diversion, confusion, and complexity, complicate the situation.

Yes, I suppose we all want to believe we are in control of our minds, our lives, but are we? From cradle to grave we are spoon fed, injected, directed, educated, manipulated, tested, examined, prodded. We are, without our approval or knowledge, molded into the perfect, obedient, loyal servant, to who ever pays the highest wages. We are encouraged to look the other way for what ever reason when we see injustice to ourselves and to others. Its after all, just business as usual.

I do not blame the masses for wanting to put a end to all of it, but to not look at the TPTB and their role in all of it may be the greatest sin of all. Yes, many of them were tricked into their role in all of it, but to just say, its not that important is dangerous.

Yes, many of TPTB actually work for a higher, or should I say, lower power, but they themselves must have come to some personal reason in doing this. They chose personal gain (Reptilian principal) over service to others (Mammalian principle) in what might be termed a contract, but more to the point Treason to humanity.

If your point is that we should all just focus our attention on ourselves and become better human beings, well, sure, something we should be doing anyways. but at the same time I will never give TPTB a free pass for what they have done and are still doing in some cases.



posted on Dec, 9 2010 @ 12:38 PM
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This is a very recent production, and yes, it's damn good. This film deserves far more attention, it's a rarity in the field of research into subversive and clandestine activities by the established order (I'm quite tired of the loaded term "conspiracy theory"), in that it is an original, considered, methodical, and well balanced presentation.

Excellent stuff.




posted on Dec, 12 2010 @ 10:09 PM
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Originally posted by Liberal1984
Apparently a survey involving some 68,000 Americans, by the “2009 National Survey

I'm sure a lack of Christianity (in the form of centuries tested, family values) isn’t the only cause.
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The main use of Christianity (or any other developed religion) – is control.
The government, most of the time, had a different conflicts with religious communities, but due to lack of other tools of control it was necessary to collaborate with church as a tool that can provide control solution for the masses.
Today we can see that technology gave possibility to control the masses differently, so the church went to the second (or third, or fourth plan… - it will disappear soon – no one need it in the way as it is exist today).
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Concerning the mentally sick people statistics – nothing new.
It was always like this. The only difference, that in some periods those people were not provoked and were held under control due to need of the amount of people to provide the work resource.
Today the reality changed and no one needs those people.
The “freedom” that they received – is not really freedom – it is a way to mark (label) them for the future steps.




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