How TV News Manufactures Consent – #PropagandaWatch

by | Feb 6, 2019 | Propaganda Watch, Videos | 14 comments

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You are NOT strange if you are angry about TSA molestation. In fact, you’re strange if watching strangers getting molested doesn’t make your blood boil. That’s exactly why the talking heads on TV try so hard to convince you otherwise.

Episode 352 – The TSA (and other experiments in evil)


  1. I like it when Corbett re-emphasizes key points, such as “Manufacturing Consent” via the propaganda marketing tool which tries to paint the picture of “Look, everybody is on board with this concept. You should be too.” (because you are sheep and follow the herd).

    Actually, it is remarkable that people are somewhat easily led.
    The ‘appropriate sane human response’ gets substituted by an agenda intention through a propaganda campaign.
    War is another example. Who in their right mind wants to invade and kill people in another country?
    Fluoride, vaccine mercury/aluminum in the bloodstream, radiation waves, or poisoned-sprayed, genetically and chemically altered food…Who in their right mind wants that stuff?

    I think that one of the main reasons why so many people resent the MainStreamMedia is that they despise the propaganda campaigns.

  2. Near the close you talked about being “weird”. The nickname I was given when I was 17 was “weird one”. At 63 I am living that all the more. For me there was a simple solution to the travel problem, don’t. Over a decade ago I was always picked out for “extra security”, and I don’t want to find out what would happen now, especially now that I have a beard (scary). For the vast majority of my travels, I use my feet. A ten mile hike to stores and such is not a problem and now I walk above 4MPH. May I also suggest my health has radically improved.

    One of the most amazing things about walking is that it isn’t cars that you pass by, but people. Occasionally I have gotten into conversations with some of those people. That is a joy I don’t want to miss and highly recommend.

    • Distinctivist,

      In my town, the roads are constantly being torn up to put in bike and bussing lanes. Driving is a nightmare. It’s quite a special feeling to wait at a BIKES ONLY signal in rush hour traffic where the lanes have been reduced to support the traffic of imaginary ghost bikes…. -45 degrees C with windchill and we’re taking measures to “cool the planet by reducing our carbon footprint”. The infrastructure of the Smart Grid is being installed concurrently with road “improvements” that result in 2 lane roads being restored where before there were 2 lane roads.

      People are proudly showing off their new “Smart” appliances and marvel at their Captain-Picard-Like-Powers as Google dims the lights in the living room at their command.

      We are being socially engineered to accept energy austerity policies. How long before we are urged to put on sweaters as our Smart Furnaces have been remotely set to a maximum of 16 degrees C? Lights out at 10:00… we have a planet to save.

      The plan is to encourage the working class to use less energy while boosting energy prices so as not to hurt profits. Better yet, we are being programmed to DEMAND these energy austerity policies from our benevolent leaders.

      You might consider enjoying the privilege of travel while you still can. Plenty of opportunity for conversation while waiting in line to be probed and / or prodded.

      Hey, maybe we can all wear cowbells and Moo to one another while being herded towards the x-ray machines and surgical gloves. Signs that read “Place Cowbell on Conveyer”

    • Distinctivist–I made the same choice this very week. I had to ask myself, “Do I really want to go to that conference in CA if I have to fly?” No! was my resounding answer back. I HATE TO FLY.

      Flying used to be so pleasant and fun. The personnel were wonderful, helpful and happy to see you. Today, you get sip, nada, nothing, not even a smile in most cases. The personnel are so incredibly paranoid, both on and off the plane, it’s totally unbelievable to me. And! I have flown for a major airline.

      While I once enjoyed travel I now cringe every time I’m forced to walk in to an airport. I don’t even like picking-up someone at an airport. In Albuquerque, NM it’s been just about as bad as having to go inside and be handled. The profiling for the personnel handling the curb has shown itself to me, personally, to be scary. And ABQ is a very small airport.

      Flying is everything James pointed out here–a theatre of control. When travel used to mean enjoyment and anticipation now it means a churning stomach upon entering an airport property. I don’t fly often so the situation is made much worse by my lack of participation. I get picked out as a possible terrorist because I don’t often fly. It’s much like the USA credit system. You participate often you are their darling. You don’t? They treat you as threat.

      • Flying in the late 70’s – Hot Pants & high leather boots
        In the late 70’s, early 80’s, I was a bellman/driver for a large 640 room hotel in Dallas which looked like a castle on 14 acres. It was located next to the Love Field airport.

        In those days, flying was fun. Full of adventure. No screening.
        I shuttled thousands of flight attendants and pilots to and from the airport or their training centers.
        A couple pilots let me fly a jumbo in the flight simulator. I crashed as I didn’t pull up on the yoke well enough on the runway. The pilots were playing around, flying into buildings.

        Dallas based Southwest Airlines had their famous hot pants and high leather boots.

        Braniff Airlines was the big international player during this era. I made friends with hundreds of training flight attendants (both male and female) from South America. I would take them to and from their training facility daily, or for excursions to places like Six Flags Over Texas. Often, I would help them out around the hotel. Sometimes, I had candy or beer/wine waiting for them on the bus after their long day of training.
        At their graduation party, they all lifted their glasses and gave me a toast, repeatedly chanting my name. I blushed bright red, and they later teased me about it.
        Commentator talks us through the range of Braniff International Airways outfits worn by their Air Hostesses.
        (one minute)

        It was time for the South American Braniff flight attendant trainees to fly back home. As the large group was gathering out front of the hotel, I asked them for their unused meal vouchers. The meal vouchers were slips of paper which gave them free meals in the large Hotel restaurant. The Brazilian guys joked and said I must be part Brazilian with my bellman methods of making money.
        I collected about $1300 in meal vouchers.
        A few days later, I went down to the restaurant manager and asked to speak to him in his office. I layed out this huge pile of vouchers on his desk. I knew the vouchers would make his food costs look great. I said, “I’ll give you all these vouchers, but I want the gratuity (standard tip) which goes with them.” We shook on the deal.

        I had a lot of adventures during this job.

        • I was one of those FAs for Braniff International. Trained with the South Americans when we picked up the SA routes. On the US side we were known throughout the States as the most beautiful women in the air. (It was not the hot pants.) To quote Spider John: “Those NE Texas women with the cotton candy hair.” We loved our passengers. It was fun.

  3. Reddit = manufactured consent

    Many “users”and “voting”

    That it why “Reddit needs more than $100 Million per year to stay online” – Lunduke Show

    I really noticed it when Bernie was dumped
    and “correct the record” took over..
    Generally its content is corporate-democrats, communist-democrats and technocracy.

    It allows antifa (promotes violence) but not 911truth (promotes physics).
    The latest bans seem related to the Israeli lobby.

    The same is with wikipedia

    I noticed reporters like Tim Pool (who tries to be very neutral)
    believe the Russia myth that “Russia attacks the USA with truth”.
    By employing some good reporters on RT that do not follow the corporate elite. Just as James 😉

    Israel internet war

    JIDF –
    Also check “the lobby” and the ban against boycotting.

    No diversity of opinions and viewpoints allowed.

    • Z-man, that was an interesting link to what and how American views are formed on Zionism. After that piece, the next gootube up had a great story and bit of important history. The old Pat Buchanan show CROSSFIRE had an interview with Congressman from Georgia who also was John Birch Society President Larry Macdonald . Listen to what he revealed in his answers to Tom Braden and Pat Buchanan’s questions.
      This was 4 months before he was murdered on flight KLA 007 Korean Air, shot down by the Soviet s in 1983.

      • Link to Crossfire : Congressman Larry Macdonald.

        There are so many connections to Docherty and Macgregor books to the Commie of 1983. Who has the power?

    • The Lobby
      “a four-part undercover investigation by Al Jazeera into Israel’s covert influence campaign in the United States.”

      These seem about the UK?
      In the first of a four-part series, Al Jazeera goes undercover inside the Israel Lobby in Britain. We expose a campaign to infiltrate and influence youth groups, including the National Union of Students, whose president faces a smear campaign coordinated by her own deputy and supported by the Israel Embassy.
      In part two of The Lobby, our undercover reporter joins a delegation from the Israeli Embassy at last year’s Labour Party Conference. The programme reveals how accusations of anti-Semitism were made against key Labour Party members – and how a former official at the Israeli Embassy was upset when her background was revealed.
      In part three of The Lobby, our undercover reporter travels to the Labour Party Conference, revealing how accusations of anti-Semitism by group within Labour targeted Israel critics and saw some investigated.
      In part four of The Lobby, the senior political officer at the Israeli Embassy in London discusses a potential plot to ‘take down’ British politicians – including a Minster of State at the Foreign office who supports Palestinian civil rights.

  4. As I have alluded to several times here already, I am a man of action, a rebel of sorts. It’s my nature, it’s in my DNA.

    I have also alluded to the fact that there is an amazing amount of brainpower that we should be able to tap into on this site: that belonging to all the Corbeteer members.

    Just as people can quickly and easily be conditioned/trained to be compliant, docile cattle at airport security check points, so too can we quickly and easily turn off the compliance switch.

    For if you were in a TSA line and you saw 30 or 40 people in front of you refuse to walk through the body scanner one after another, would you join in and be the 31st or 41st person to refuse, or would you break the pattern and comply with the TSA instruction to walk into the scanner?

    There is and always will be strength in numbers.

    James pointed out in this video the fact that although most people are still complying with the TSA’s wishes at security checks, they are doing it reluctantly. That is they are thinking the same thoughts that you and I are thinking for the most part; that the whole screening process is a demeaning sham.

    In a previous episode James mentioned a day of action where fliers at an airport were planning to refuse instructions to pass through the body scanners.

    When authorities got wind of the planned event, they decided to nip it in the bud by allowing all the passengers to skip the body scanning process entirely for the day.

    My challenge to all here is to come up with a way/method whereby random air passengers could instantly band together as a group, at a moments notice, and refuse to go through the body scanners.

    The group could start off as small as 5 or 10 individuals, but the passengers behind them would be hip to what was happening and quickly join in the boycott of the scanners.

    After the size of the group became 40-50 strong, all the passengers behind them would flip that natural ‘conditioning switch’ and also refuse the body scanners.

    Authorities would quickly realize that they have no choice but to relent and turn off the body scanners, for money talks.
    Airlines would not fly with half empty planes or worse.

    The disruption to flight schedules to accommodate pat-downs would be overwhelming and totally unmanageable.

    When this successful ‘protest’ was publicized, it would catch on like wildfire at airports around the world.

    People would quickly learn the cue(s) that were used to initiate the protest and take full advantage of them at a moments notice.

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