Interesting article. Makes a lot of sense.
In my opinion, you need to look no further than the media. Jan. 1, 1995, The History Channel was launched. You would think by the title that the
show would be about factual historical content. But...noooo. It isn't. It's a creative mix using psych-ops, imo. Consider this:
The History Channel is jointly owned by A&E Television Networks, which is a joint venture of the Hearst Corporation, Disney-ABC Television Group (The
Walt Disney Company) and NBCUniversal (Comcast/General Electric), and operates, in various forms, in Canada, Germany, the United Kingdom, Australia,
New Zealand, Portugal, Ireland, Israel, Spain, Poland, Italy, Turkey, the Netherlands, Belgium, Romania, Serbia, South Africa and Latin America.
Then, check out Discovery Communications Inc. and look at all the channels they own, including The Science Channel.
Look at all the media (TV, Movie, Print, Cable, etc.) connections. This translates into $$$$$$$$ all the way around. Get THE PEOPLE hooked on a
concept, give it a "historical" twist, mix it with some religious end-times doctrine, add a little scientific speculation, and voila! Dooms Day
Extraordinaire. Then milk it for all it's worth. Make movies, TV shows, books, documentaries, etc. etc.
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