posted on Jan, 27 2013 @ 04:53 PM
Here is the post from a thread that i made a few weeks ago. It was dismissed, trivialized or certain parts ignored by everyone except a single other
poster. I know it's a bit long but just read it and see what you think, it has alot to do with this post by the OP here
The last 3 months has yielded at least 2 out 5 people flashing the hand sign at some points during our face to face interaction. two women who were
housekeepers for me flashed the sign at some point while i were talking to them. My dads niece flashed it when she was explaining something to me. A
therapist at my physical therapy clinic had flashed it when she was was pointing which way a restaurant that i wanted to go too was. I see people
forming the sign when they talk to one another. Amongst others things, it's EVERYWHERE, and subliminal suggestion is a proven way of changing one's
actions through repeated exposure to the material without the viewer noticing. This is one of the result's we are seeing here. Anybody else notice
t.v. and radio shows seem to be more blatant and pushy in various agenda as of lately. I was watching an episode of judge Milian where a couple sued a
motel owner for videotaping them through a hole or something. i noticed that being recorded by cameras, who should have the right to do it, and
peoples feelings towards it had more garnered weird, scripted- feeling a discussion than a t.v. trial. Every other sentence throughout the 10 minute
trial was about being recorded by video- cameras or the word itself in it. The dialogue was unnatural, and organized;
Millian: "so he was recording you with a video-camera?"
Plaintiff: "yes, he had the video-camera recording us. We didn't feel unsafe or anything, but he should have told us if he was recording us with the
Milian: "Oh man, i cant believe he was recording a you with a video- camera!"
Plaintiff: "yeah, people should just know then it would be fine. They will be alright with it cuz they know it's there for a reason."
Milian: "You like being watched by video- cameral?"
Plaintiff: "Yeah! I could do a dance!" or something rediculous like that.. literally not far form the original dialogue at all
You could also see the judge waving and her swirling her hands excessively into devil signs while she explains surveillance law, and those
intermissions where people standing around outside the courthouse comment on the case had some of those people pointing their eye with a wink FOR NO
REASON when they were asked about there feelings about video- cameras.
I was watching an episode of animal planets animal rescue where they go and talk sense into people giving up animals they have no business keeping. In
this episode, an elderly lady is not taking care of a macaque monkey she found too well, and there's this scene where they focus in for an
uncomfortable amount of time on a picture of the monkey dressed in full U.S. military uniform holding a mini M16, and that was because there son is a
marine. The 3 minutes into the episode the show shifts focus on RFID chips; the monkey has one from its previous owner but wasn't registered into the
system, so its a race to see who had it implanted it and to see of they can have it registered. The shows hosts repeats in different sentences how
RFID chips are wonderful for tracking animals, and how they can help people, too. They tell the lady to call a RFID security expert overt to track the
chip; when the man comes over, the lady, on camera, asks the man for identification; the camera focuses in on the man pulling out some giant card and
paperwork from his pocket and handing it to the lady, who the camera focuses on actively scanning and returning with a polite "thank you". Both the
hosts and the lady go on to say that it's necessary to show identification because their are dangerous people all over the place in disguise and they
repeatedly reiterate the simple fact that if you present Identification, everything would go smoothly.
I was listening to a string of morning radio shows on 98.5 fm that focused on social, political, and religious matters. I never really listen to the
radio, so i would not know if radio programing always had all the callers believing in anything fantastical or not reported on the news as idiots.
One of the talk programs had listeners 2 centing on the discussion of God and his existence; the callers who believed were one of tbose loud,
irrational fanatic church- goer's who avoided, misunderstood, or shotgun blasted any and all valid points made by the host while she preached and
shouted; the other was some dude who was in the middle of his wake and bake. The third caller was an even tempered, intelligent good sir throwing
dates and names all willy nilly. The two characters were EASILY made fun of and mocked by the hosts jeering them with "jesus loves me" and "PRAISE
GOD!", while the good sir was validated and agreed with.
The next talk show had a host discussing British douchbaggery through torture, forced confession and prosecution of random civilians suspected of
being IRA ops during British occupation of the country. Apart from the show focusing on distancing innocent, hard working Irishmen from the psycho IRA
and there evil KABLOOM activities, a man the host invited on the show to discuss the Brits organizing torture and forced confession of himself and
anybody in a given vicinity, IRA or not, had just cut off. He was describing how they beat the stuff out of him then threatened to slowly kill his
family when the transmission goes dead. The host says woops, looks like we list him, then they move on to the next show. 3 1/2 hrs of nobody being cut
off, then this man comes on, and his broadcast has tech difficulty.
Another show had Dr. Michio Kaku bring on some expert to disprove or rationalize anything supernatural or unexplained; ghosts, UFO's and intelligent
life, bigfoot, Mayan predictions, whatever. Every 4 words from the guest was interjected with chuckling;like he was that perpetually amused of
anything kooky sounding;
Kaku: "and what are your thoughts on UFO'S? There are alot of reports..."
guest: "Well, *HEHEHE* only 5% of sightings are indeed unexplained, *hoohoohoo*, but then the tinfoil hats go and blow that to the proportion of
everything they see in the sky, *hehehhe*. They go on the internet and read kooky things which further makes them believe crazier things."
Kaku: "what about your thoughts on bigfoot? There are alot of reports..."
Guest: "*hehehe* well, there has always been this natural human tendency to instantly defer to the mystical and unbelievable when we see things
*TEEEhehe* we cant quite fully recognize,so when they see undefined things in the woods *hehehe* their mind makes up creatures and other things."
The next show had a host insist that banning guns would prevent any more Sandy Hooks and columbines; one loud mouth shouted about nothing but
protecting his right to own guns, while the other guest calmly and intelligently insists that guns won't hurt people unless law enforcement has 'em.