posted on Oct, 10 2013 @ 12:41 PM
reply to post by ThinkingCap
I'm not sure what each person might think of this. I listened to it a couple of times and they really didn't say anything bad, but their words show
that they play games for the media to get what they want.
And that they do a lot of polling to decide how they will approach each issue. Sad. If they would just tally up the opinions in their in-boxes, that
might be the honest way to face each issue.
They're discussing how certain words/phrases affect the general public and the response those phrases illicit to determine what talking points need
to be pushed to get the response they want. Marketing 101.
The reason why the word propaganda is no longer used to describe this, in common language, is because Joseph Goebbeles and the Nazis ruined the word
propaganda. It was rebranded as "Public Relations" and more recently "Social Engineering".
You can say the same thing 100 different ways, and each way will have a different way that it affects a person internally and emotionally. Hence why
they're discussing which phrase to keep repeating. Which phrase will illicit the response from the public they're attempting to achieve...
It takes repeating something 8 times in 1 minute for it to become embedded in your memory. This is how most pop music (ear worms) are built as well.