Updated 1/11/2012 : Cigarettes, TV Ads and Mind Control (W/Video)

We present a  report on the most sucesseful television mind control campaign ever perpetrated on the peoples of the world. It all started by making the price of their new propaganda machine, the ‘TV’, cheap enough to quickly put one in every home in the 1950’s, then start pushing their products right in your living room as often as possable. And we watched and listened and bought and inhaled until cigaretts were killing more people than natural causes. . . . EDITOR

TV Test Pattern SOURCE Google
From The Amo Times
Cigarettes and Mind Control

How do you make a billion dollar out of a product that makes people sick and stink?

Well you use MIND CONTROL!

Mind Control is by definition programming someone’s mind subtly to do what the controller tell them to do. . . . Read Complete Report


Let’s take a look at some of the television cigarette commercials used in the early mind control methods to make people want to smoke through their commercials.  Those of you not old enough to remember keep in mind that these commercials ran over and over day after day just as the products commercials they want us to use run constantly.  Of course if you want to really control what people to buy the obvious place to start your indoctrination is with your children. . . EDITOR

Flintstones Cigarette Commercial

 Uploaded by Psychotronic42

Uploaded on Jan 18, 2007

This old TV commercial is totally unbelievable! In the Flintstones’ first season on ABC, the original sponsor was Winston Cigarettes. If they tried this today they would have a riot on their hands!

from youtube

Chesterfield Cigarettes Commercial #4 (1957)

Uploaded by MiscVideos78rpm·

Uploaded on Oct 15, 2009

TV-Family 1951 Source Library of Congress


TV promoting cigarettes

Uploaded by missFrill

Uploaded on May 22, 2008

1951 Dragnet scene featuring promotion for Chesterfield cigarettes claiming science proves no ill effects to health.

TV in the 50s SOURCE Library of Congress










I Love Lucy cigarette commercials

Uploaded by TheEdumacate

Uploaded on Nov 14, 2011

Amazing how far we have come. now people now the serious effects of smoking and they still do it. This is what I am asking.. with all the people who die a year from smoking how come the cigarette companies have not been prosecuted for genocide?

Directed towards the teenagers…..

Uploaded by RNH31214·

Uploaded on May 28, 2011

John Lennon and George Harrison make a Marlboro Commercial


!n 1969 Phillip Morris decided to direct their mind control marketing towards young girls and woman with their “Virginia Slims” campaign. It was a hung success. . . EDITOR

Girl Watching TV SOURCE Library of Congress

You’ve Come a long way baby!

uploaded by hemp71

Uploaded on Oct 10, 2011



With recommendations from all of your movie and TV heroes smoking cigarettes and telling us it is  not only healthy,  they enjoy it. So why not you?

John Wayne Camel Cigarettes Commercial

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Uploaded on Jun 7, 2011

Lee Marvin – Pall Mall commercial

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Uploaded on Nov 15, 2010

The killers at Raleigh Cigarettes  saw a chance, not only to sell cigarettes, but to get in on the fast growing mind-control use of the Television propaganda machine to get the audiences to want to purchase a constant supply of stuff!  That something new was to offer coupons inside packs of cigarettes. the more you smoked, the more free stuff. . . . Double mind control.

Uploaded by LandondeeL

Uploaded on Feb 13, 2011

Lucy and Desi seemed to talk from both sides of the mouth. While they huffed and puffed Phillip Morris on “I Love Lucy”, they rented out their facillities to rival Raleigh for commercials. Here are some of their spots.


Marlboro started using one of today’s most popular mind-control methods along with the visual of TV and famous people – Popular music.

 Probably the most remembered cigarette mind-control campaign was the those ads put out by Marlboro using the theme music fro one of the most popular western movies of the day, “The Magnificent Seven.”  

Old Marlboro Commercials

Uploade by Str8jacketFiend

Published on Jun 30, 2012

Marlboro commercials from the 60’s and 70’s.\

Years later The Duke made another commercial.  Although not a mind-control cigarette commercial I thought it to be be a fitting ending video for this report. . . . EDITOR

TV commercial film for American Cancer Society (John Wayne)

Uploaded by nishiot

Uploaded on Feb 20, 2008

Hopes, Not Fears, For Cancer Campaign
on “DDB NEWS March Issue, 1971

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