Is your TV spying on you? For millions of viewers, the answer is YES!
Source: Newstarget By: Jayson Veley Date: February 09, 2017
In 1949, author George Orwell published the now famous novel “1984,” in which he wrote about a “Big Brother” government that severely infringed on the rights and the privacy of the people. Today, with technology becoming more and more advanced and the federal government becoming increasingly intrusive, what was once just science fiction in a storybook is quickly becoming reality. . . . Complete report
Nineteen Eighty-Four (mostly written 1984) is a 1948 dystopian fiction written
by George Orwell (Eric Arthur Blair), about a society ruled by an oligarchical
dictatorship. The Oceanian province of Airstrip One is a world of perpetual war,
pervasive government surveillance, and incessant public mind control. Oceania is
ruled by a political party called simply The Party. The individual is always
subordinated to the state, and it is in part this philosophy which allows the
Party to manipulate and control humanity. In the Ministry of Truth, protagonist
Winston Smith is a civil servant responsible for perpetuating the Party’s
propaganda by revising historical records to render the Party omniscient and
always correct, yet his meager existence disillusions him to the point of
seeking rebellion against Big Brother
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Animal Farm 1954 George Orwell (Animated)
Published on Jan 10, 2014
Animal Farm is a 1955 British animated film by Halas and Batchelor, based on the book Animal Farm by George Orwell. It was the first British animated feature to be released (Handling Ships, a Royal Navy training film, was produced earlier, but due to its purpose did not receive a formal theatrical release). The C.I.A. paid for the filming, part of the U.S. cultural offensive during the Cold War, and influenced how Orwell’s ideas were to be presented. The CIA initially funded Louis de Rochemont to begin work on a film version of Orwell’s work and he hired Halas & Batchelor, an animation firm in London that had made propaganda films for the British government.
Feature Image: Eric Arthur Blair (25 June 1903 – 21 January 1950), known by his pen name George Orwell, was an English novelist, essayist, journalist and critic. His work is marked by lucid prose, awareness ofsocial injustice, opposition t totalitarianism, and commitment todemocratic socialism.Source: Wikipedia (Public Domain)
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The Real Room 101 – Documentary on George Orwell and Mind Control
Verizon has filed a patent for a cable box equipped with a microphone and motion sensors to record what its customers are doing. That means the television will be watching the viewers watching it. The idea was that Verizon could target advertisements to what their customer are doing while watching TV. Liz Walh explains whether this new policy sits well with privacy advocates. . . posted with video.
Biometrics, the science of using machines to identify people by the features of their own bodies, is intruding further into families’ lives.
Some parents in Lake Charles, Louisiana, have been upset by a letter sent home with Moss Bluff Elementary School children about plans for a new school lunch program that will require children to have their hands scanned in the lunch line.
I have studied Stephen Jacobson’s presentations since the 1990’s and have learned more on the subject from his tapes and articles than from all other sources combined. I first re-printed one of his articles in the old paper edition of THEI and have been fortunate to interview him twice on Unraveling the Secrets. One of those interviews is included below. . . EDITOR
The principles of mind control, hypnotic suggestion and mental programming are ancient. Modern technology allows the implementation of these age-old principles on a massive scale to influence the thinking and behavior of large numbers of people. The ultimate control is to control people without their conscious awareness.
Most people do not pay conscious attention to the things that affect them subconsciously. They do not usually know what to look for. However, when pointed to, these things can be recognized and understood.
In the book 1984, George Orwell warned that people were in danger of losing their freedom of mind without being aware of it while it was happening because of psychological, emotional and intellectual manipulation: Mind Control. . . . continue on webpage