| Friday, November 28, 2014 - 06:00 am |
anyone else here heard the term psyop. we as a people might need to be very concerned with what's going on in the world.
| Friday, November 28, 2014 - 07:59 am |
It means "psychological operations". It's also known as psychological warfare. It basicaly means propaganda war or winning someone's hearts and minds against another person or group who want to do the same thing.
| Friday, November 28, 2014 - 09:13 am |
yea, like the constant brain washing we get on TV and movies,
essentially, the people that run the media, have an unprecedented influence on the direction of social evolution.
i must consider that some things, truly are good changes, others are not, and we may not see the negative effects of some social changes, in our life.
| Friday, November 28, 2014 - 12:04 pm |
I'd say I disagree Orbiter, it was way worse in the past. Just think about how it was in ancient history, lets say roman empire. The only media you had back then was political controlled. Today in many countries people have the possibility to inform themself, if they want to. The problem today is more that most people are too lazy to do so or too lazy to think things through they get served. Here in Germany for example the Workers Union of the Traindrivers are striking every now and then for the last few months as they are in hard figth with their employer for better working conditions/wages. In media it is often mentioned but when trains actually dont drive because of strikes it is blamed on the workers unions chief and many agree, even though if you think about it the union just does what it is supposed to do, not just being a lapdog like another union of workers of the same employer before, who's chief is now in the management of said employer *surprise surprise*
So as long as people are too lazy to think for themselfs they are free game for all those propaganda.
| Friday, November 28, 2014 - 02:11 pm |
eh, i don't disagree, but out of risk of sounding like a conspirist, many things that seem scientific or factual, are often motivated by money, it takes money to do research, so the same rich people 1-2 millinea ago, are very much in control of what we are fed.
you can take the some what recent event of the george zimmerman thing, the media would say that he used a racist slur, every one would get worked into a frenzy, and few would even notice the retraction, because then we got the blurred surveillance video, you couldn't see the head wounds, until unaltered video was released, but that didn't matter, experts where saying the screems for help where TM, ofcourse their was something else to distract from other experts disagreeing. by the time the real evidence was presented in court, the country had largely come to the wrong conclusion, because it was more profitable for the news outlets to stir up half-truths...
we are flooded with modern moral values, that are ever changing, and often money driven.
| Saturday, November 29, 2014 - 12:09 am |
psyop's only in your minds EYE
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NOW HERE'S THE TWIST DO YOU HAVE THE MINDS eyes or are you full of it to understand?
| Sunday, November 30, 2014 - 07:27 am |
Motivations have always been based on material gain. This is very deeply routed in our ancestry. Whether it is simply the brute acquisition of materials through hunting, gathering and production of offpring or through some sort of trade system, the essential motivation remains the same.
There is nothing new under the sun.
| Monday, December 8, 2014 - 10:10 am |
sorry about taking so long to post anything but i been a bit busy watching the world go to hell. something big is in the works and i fear the sheep are being set up for slaughter.
| Tuesday, December 9, 2014 - 01:44 am |
psyop is what motivates 9 year old to strap on bombs to kill people they do not know. Its also used to blame an entire race for their problems. The 1st 5 years they say make up ones peronality.
| Wednesday, December 10, 2014 - 07:42 am |
and now we see the government throwing the CIA under the bus. i applaud the move myself. any good chess player will always sacrifice a piece to draw attention away. and so the plot thickens.