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The Trap

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posted on Jun, 6 2011 @ 03:38 PM
The Trap - Full 3 documentries.

Now, this documentary is big and huge, impossible to cover every aspect through an OP. But it is definitely a must watch. This documentary takes you from the 1930's all the way up to modern day, and shows the dramatic change in government thinking from the cold war, using the 'Game tactic' that was used. I'm just going to post the whole of the description from the site for you all. This documentary does not talk of the NWO, but makes it perfectly clear that they exist and are running this show. The main focus of this documentary is the psychology of modern society and government. There's three parts, at an hour each, was originally shown on the BBC. Its a must watch, showing the dangers of Negative liberty, turning into positive liberty. (Do not let the term names mislead you, in the jist of the terms, we lived in negative liberty, and countries such as Chilie and Columbia lived in positive liberty. Its a big theory, too much to get into now on here, but all will be explained.)

The description;

Individual freedom is the dream of our age. It’s what our leaders promise to give us, it defines how we think of ourselves and, repeatedly, we have gone to war to impose freedom around the world. But if you step back and look at what freedom actually means for us today, it’s a strange and limited kind of freedom.
Politicians promised to liberate us from the old dead hand of bureaucracy, but they have created an evermore controlling system of social management, driven by targets and numbers. Governments committed to freedom of choice have presided over a rise in inequality and a dramatic collapse in social mobility. And abroad, in Iraq and Afghanistan, the attempt to enforce freedom has led to bloody mayhem and the rise of an authoritarian anti-democratic Islamism. This, in turn, has helped inspire terrorist attacks in Britain. In response, the Government has dismantled long-standing laws designed to protect our freedom.
The Trap is a series of three films by Bafta-winning producer Adam Curtis that explains the origins of our contemporary, narrow idea of freedom. It shows how a simplistic model of human beings as self-seeking, almost robotic, creatures led to today’s idea of freedom. This model was derived from ideas and techniques developed by nuclear strategists during the Cold War to control the behavior of the Soviet enemy.

edit on Mon Jun 6 2011 by DontTreadOnMe because: ex tags added


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