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Subliminal Manipulation of Your Mind

Subliminal Manipulation of Your Mind

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ScMs325J0zE

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vXqx7Niq-cU

Subliminal Manipulation: There’s a war out for your mind

 



Subliminal messages appear in McCain ad

McCain ad questioned as word ’HANG’ appears over image of Barack Obama

Raw Story
August 28, 2008

A McCain ad aired on Fox News channel with the words “HANG” in the background along with a photograph of Barack Obama has sparked outrage after being noticed by a reporter at a local Fox television affiliate.

The words “HIGHER TAXES” are transposed on an image of Obama standing in front of a crowd. The background is blurred at the edges so that the words from Obama’s signature theme — change — has been cut down to the word “HANG.” The shot appears for about a second. You can watch the ad in its entirety below.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6yhX9OMmrsA

Asked about the image, the McCain camp said, “We’re not even validating such an outrageous and preposterous claim with a comment.”

Strikingly, the image of Obama with the word hang in the background is blurred far more heavily on the side where the C would have been, suggesting the decision was intentional. The company that produced the ad refused to comment when the local Fox affiliate inquired.

Not everyone is buying the claim the transposition is deliberate. Even at the liberal blog Daily Kos, an informal poll indicated 76 percent thought the image was deliberate, with 23 percent saying it was a coincidence.

“Is this a coincidence?” one diarist wrote. “People spend hours and hours editing political ads, I really don’t see how this could go unnoticed by the editors. Maybe they saw it and thought it wasn’t noticeable or maybe they thought it wasn’t important.”

 



9/11 Subliminals in Hollywood Movies?

9/11 Subliminals in Hollywood Movies?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1L1k8AxGe4g
Part 1

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2FeaYn2IEp4
Part 2

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=82iHNVg8yUc
Part 3

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r8BnCdwlry4
Part 4

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pu1AUhyCBWY
Part 5

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I_gn9wDLddo
Part 6

 



Glenn Beck: Does Batman Movie Have a Pro-Bush Message?

Glenn Beck: Does Batman Movie Have a Pro-Bush Message?

Think Progress
August 6, 2008

Last month, author Andrew Klavan wrote that the new Batman film is a “paean of praise to the fortitude and moral courage that has been shown by George W. Bush in this time of terror and war.” CNN’s Glenn Beck agreed today, listing off controversial Bush policies he claims were vindicated by the film’s showcase of “conservative values on the war on terror”:

But Batman goes into another country and with a C-130 snatches a guy out, and then throws him back here into Gotham. So there’s rendition. At one point the Morgan Freeman character says to Batman, wait a minute, hang on, you’re eavesdropping on everyone in Gotham? And Batman says, yes, to stop this terrorist. Morgan Freeman says, I can’t be a part of it. And yet Morgan Freeman does become a part of it, and they find the Joker. One of the ways they find the Joker is through eavesdropping. I mean the parallels here of what’s going on is to me stunning.

Watch it:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DtuuG7UPP-w

Beck also said that Bush’s willingness to “die as the worst president ever because of the war on terror” is “exactly the message that Batman carries.”

Leahy’s office hits back against Beck’s Batman analogy
http://thinkprogress.org/2008/08/07/leahys-..gainst-becks-batman-analogy/

 



Disney’s Income Tax Propaganda Cartoon

Disney’s Income Tax Propaganda Cartoon
WWII era cartoon compares people who don’t pay income taxes to supporting the Nazis

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gJ69X1qt4sQ

 



Microwave Gun Makes People Hear Things

Microwave Gun Makes People Hear Things

Wired
July 7, 2008

The U.S. military bankrolled early development of a non-lethal microwave weapon that creates sound inside your head. But in the end, the gadget may be just as likely to wind up in shopping malls as on battlefields, as I report in New Scientist.

The project is known as MEDUSA – a contrived acronym for Mob Excess Deterrent Using Silent Audio. And it should not be confused with the Long Range Acoustic Device and similar gadgets which simply project sound. This one uses the so-called “microwave auditory effect”: a beam of microwaves is turned into sound by the interaction with your head. Nobody else can hear it unless they are in the beam as well.

The effect has long been a laboratory curiosity, with no application. But, over the years, the military has been intrigued. The idea (dubbed “the telepathic ray gun”) was mentioned in a 1998 US Army study, which turned up in a recent Freedom of Information Act document dump. Five years later, the Navy decided to put some R&D dollars into the project. Now, as I note on the New Scientist website, Dr. Lev Sadovnik of the Sierra Nevada Corporation has provided more details.

There are health risks, he notes. But the biggest issue from the microwave weapon is not the radiation. It’s the risk of brain damage from the high-intensity shockwave created by the microwave pulse. Clearly, much more research is needed on this effect at the sort of power levels that Dr. Sadovnik is proposing. But if it does prove hazardous, that does not mean an end to weapons research in this area: a device that delivered a lethal shockwave inside the target’s skull might make an effective death ray.

Dr. Sadovnik also makes the intriguing suggestion that, instead of being used at high power to create an intolerable noise, it might be used at low power to produce a whisper that was too quiet to perceive consciously but might be able to subconsciously influence someone. The directional beam could be used for targeted messages, such as in-store promotions. Sadovnik even suggests subliminal advertising, beaming information that is not consciously heard (a notion also spotted on the US Army’s voice-to-skull page). While the effectiveness of subliminal persuasion is dubious, I can see there might be some organizations interested in this capability. And if that doesn’t work, you could always point the thing at birds. They seem to be highly sensitive to microwave audio, so it might be used to scare flocks away from wind farms — or shoo pigeons from city streets.

 

US wants sci-fi killer robots for terror fight

Scotsman
July 6, 2008

KILLER robots which can change their shape to squeeze under doors and through cracks in walls to track their prey are moving from the realms of science fiction to the front line in the fight against terrorism.

The US military has signed a £1.6m deal with a technology firm to design robots which are intelligent enough to work out how to wiggle through small spaces to reach their target.

The action film, Terminator 2: Judgment Day, featured a seemingly unstoppable killer

robot played by Robert Patrick. The machine was made from liquid metal and could change its form to slide under doors and walk through iron bars.

America’s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (Darpa) and the Army Research Office has awarded the contract to iRobot, which has developed other robots for the military.

They want scientists to come up with a design for a tiny robot able to move under its own power and change shape so it can get through gaps less than half an inch wide.

The US administration has not said what it wants the robot to do but
its specification says: “Often the only available points of entry are small openings in buildings, walls, under doors, etc. In these cases, a robot must be soft enough to squeeze or traverse through small openings, yet large enough to carry an operationally meaningful payload.”

In an effort to inspire creative ideas, the US military has pointed to examples in nature of creatures which are able to squeeze through narrow gaps and change their form.

Helen Greiner, co-founder and chairwoman of iRobot, said: “Through this programme, robots that reconstitute size, shape and functionality after traversal through complex environments will transcend the pages of science fiction to become real tools for soldiers in theatre.”

But Scottish-based experts believe the challenge may be too much even for the US military’s budgets and technology.

Mike Cates, professor of physics at Edinburgh University, said: “There are materials which can change their shapes and then regain them. There are alloys, known as memory metals, which are used in glasses and which can regain their shape. The difficulty in this case is all the other elements which need to be added to a device such as this, such as the circuitry and some form of system to propel it.”

Brian Baglow, of technology firm Indoctrimat, said: “As well as designing the materials for this, the sensor systems will be a problem. It’s not easy for them to work out where the gaps are which they can get through.”

‘Invisible Wars’ of the Future: E-Bombs, Laser Guns and Acoustic Weapons
http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.p..code=20080706&articleId=9522

Army Yanks ’Voice-To-Skull Devices’ Site
http://blog.wired.com/defense/20..y-removes-pa.htmlpreviouspost

The Other MEDUSA: A Microwave Sound Weapon
http://blog.wired.com/defense/2007/08/the-other-medus.htmlpreviouspost

US ’Sonic Blasters’ Sold To China
http://blog.wired.com/defense/2008/05/us-sonic-blaste.htmlpreviouspost

Protesters Panic Over ’Crap Cannon’
http://blog.wired.com/defense/2008/..esters-fear.htmlpreviouspost

I Was a Sonic Blaster Guinea Pig
http://blog.wired.co../i-was-a-puke-ra.htmlpreviouspost

Acoustic “Device” or Acoustic Weapon?
http://blog.wired.com/defense/2007/05/acoustic_device.htmlpreviouspost

 



Absolut Promotes Mexico Take Over Of U.S.

Absolut Promotes Mexico Take Over Of U.S.

LA Times
April 4, 2008

The latest advertising campaign in Mexico from Swedish vodka maker Absolut promises to push all the right buttons south of the U.S. border, but it could ruffle a few feathers in El Norte.

The billboard and press campaign, created by advertising agency Teran\TBWA and now running in Mexico, is a colorful map depicting what the Americas might look like in an “Absolut” — i.e., perfect — world.

The U.S.-Mexico border lies where it was before the Mexican-American war of 1848 when California, as we now know it, was Mexican territory and known as Alta California.

Following the war, the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo saw the Mexican territories of Alta California and Santa Fé de Nuevo México ceded to the United States to become modern-day California, Texas, New Mexico, Utah, Colorado and Arizona. (Texas actually split from Mexico several years earlier to form a breakaway republic, and was voluntarily annexed by the United States in 1846.)

The campaign taps into the national pride of Mexicans, according to Favio Ucedo, creative director of leading Latino advertising agency Grupo Gallegos in the U.S.

Ucedo, who is from Argentina, said: “Mexicans talk about how the Americans stole their land, so this is their way of reclaiming it. It’s very relevant and the Mexicans will love the idea.”

But he said that were the campaign to run in the United States, it might fall flat.

“Many people aren’t going to understand it here. Americans in the East and the North or in the center of the county — I don’t know if they know much about the history.

“Probably Americans in Texas and California understand perfectly and I don’t know how they’d take it.”

Meanwhile, the campaign has been circulating on the blogs and generating strong responses from people north of the border.

“I find this ad deeply offensive, and needlessly divisive. I will now make a point of drinking other brands. And ’vodka and tonic’ is my drink,” said one visitor, called New Yorker, on MexicoReporter.com.

Reader Paul Green goes into a discussion on the blog Gateway Pundit of whether the U.S. territories ever belonged to Mexico in the first place, and the News12 Long island site invited people to boycott Absolut, with one user, called LivingSmall, writing: “If you drink Absolut vodka, you can voice your approval or disapproval of this advertising campaign with your purchases. I know I will be switching to Grey Goose or Stoli and will never have another bottle of Absolut in my house.

“Hey Absolut … that’s my form of social commentary.”


La-Z-Boy, Whirlpool Moving Jobs To Mexico

Chattanoogan
April 4, 2008

La-Z-Boy and Whirlpool are moving jobs to new plants in Mexico, bringing job losses to hundreds of workers in Dayton and Cleveland.

La-Z-Boy employees in Dayton were told today that the cutting and sewing operation is being moved to Mexico.

Kathy Liebmann, La-Z-Boy spokesperson, said the Dayton facility has over 2,000 employees, but she did not have a breakdown on those in cutting and sewing. A La-Z-Boy employee said it was around 750.

Ms. Liebmann said La-Z-Boy is closing a plant at Tremonton, Utah, but will keep its other plants open, including the one at Dayton. She said the 400 production jobs at the Utah plant will be spread over the other five plants.

Read Full Article Here

Mexican army finds $6 mln in truck near U.S. border
http://www.reuters.com/article/worldNews/idUSN0447467120080405

DHS Waives Laws To Finish Border Fence
http://www.usatoday.com/printedition/news/20080402/a_border02.art.htm

Center For Inquiry Promotes Global Citizenship
http://www.centerforinquiry.net/newsroom/global_citizenship/

Vet Convicted For Tearing Down Mexico Flag
http://www.roguegovernment.com/news.php?id=8000