Category: Mind Control

Jonestown and Brainwashing

A US government funded project Think you know the Jonestown story? It’s a safe bet that if something receives front page coverage, just about everything about the story has been massaged before it becomes “news.” In the 1970s, there was no bigger story than Jonestown. Supposedly, several hundred people voluntarily committed suicide rather than have their “paradise” taken away from them. Nothing could be further from the truth. We play this video now because it turns out that Jim Jones, the leader of the Jonestown cult (i.e. experimental offshore jungle prison camp) was an associate of CIA-agent-in-USAID-clothing Dan Mitrione...

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9/11 First the explosion and then the “planes”

Video special effects after the fact “Planes hit the buildings story” Here’s just some what’s fishy about the “planes hit the buildings story.” 1. There was a significant delay between the supposed events happening and the film appearing that supposedly confirmed them. 2. Many, many, many on-the-ground eye witnesses said conclusively that there were no planes and that instead explosions erupted from with inside the buildings 3. An aluminum bodied projectile cannot slice through stainless steel. If it could, we’d use aluminum to make anti-tank missiles which we most certainly do not. We use super dense depleted uranium. 4....

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“The Palestinians cheered” hoax

No they didn’t Who set this up? It was one of the most successful hoaxes of 9/11, so much so that one presidential candidate swore he saw it. What he saw was a well engineered hoax run on the American people with such speed, it’s hard to believe it wasn’t pre-planned. While the Twin Towers were still burning, someone in Palestine closed off a single block and started handing out candy and other gifts to unsuspecting people on the street. In exchange, they were told to clap their hands and cheer, sort of like the silly things that go...

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The Psychology of
Human Misjudgement

How we get fooled – and how not to How to avoid common misjudgements Good advice about how to avoid common misjudgements. Pretty simple principles, but it’s good to review them regularly. “You think you’re immune to these things and you laugh, but I can tell you you’re not.” Charlie Munger, Warren Buffett’s long term partner. Good general advice: Don’t accept anything “authority” says. Assume there is something “off” and self-serving about their position and look for: 1) what it is and 2) how they’re trying to “sell” it. Brasscheck TV needs your help Brasscheck TV relies on viewer...

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Cajun Navy to the rescue

And government bureaucrats want to “control” them Un-measurable help from thousands Cajun Navy to the rescue…and government bureaucrats want to “control” them. We pay billions to the government in taxes every year and where are they when there is a catastrophe? I can tell you from experience – nowhere. The overwhelming percentage of immediate, meaningful help comes from people. A detailed account of their work in last years’s Louisiana flood. Brasscheck TV needs your help Brasscheck TV relies on viewer contributions to keep going Donate...

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