Mass media serves as a source of information, 


education, entertainment, and consumerism, and


 it is likely to influence the viewer, listener, and


 reader, among others, through these functions.


The media has a significant impact


 on our society. It has the potential


 to be beneficial or extremely


 hazardous.

Mass media, whether written, spoken, or broadcast,


 has a significant impact on the general public. 


It includes television, radio, newspapers, 


magazines, books, advertisements, films, 


recorded music, billboards, mobile phones, 


the internet, and social media platforms.



The ability of mass media to saturate communities


 with repetitive advertising (brand familiarity) 


enhances and establishes one's product and 


credibility.



Many scientific studies show that a person 


must see or hear about a product nine times 


before they are inclined to use it or its services.



 Repeating one's services or products teaches


 customers about the existence of the product 


(brand awareness), and repeated commercials 


have the ability to embed information into the


subconscious.



When you or your product becomes something


 they require, you or your brand are the first


 thing that comes to mind.



When they buy your product and it is exactly 


what you advertised, you have established your


 credibility.



The media has become an essential component 


of our society. It has the ability to influence


 people through products, moods, attitudes, and 


a sense of what is important and required.



Depending on the people and mediums used, 


mass media can be a driving force in the 


credibility of products, as well as actors, singers,


 and social elites becoming the concept of 


celebrity or stars.



The media influences, reflects, and creates 


culture. It is a powerful force with the ability


 to attract a larger audience, spark debate...  


giving rise to controversial issues, and instill 


fear and/or respect. The media can be extremely 


powerful and intense. It has the ability to sway


 public opinion and behavior.



In today's culture, whether written, broadcast,


 or spoken... mass media has become an integral


 part of our daily lives.

Billions of people worldwide 


have easy access to television,


 radio, the Internet, movies, and


advertising.


The term "mass media" refers to media technologies 


that are used to disseminate information to a wide


 audience. The primary function of mass media is 


to convey various messages via television, films,


 advertising, radio, the internet, magazines, and


newspapers.

A sizable portion of the population spends a


 significant amount of time watching television,


listening to the radio, reading newspapers and


 magazines, or engaging in other forms of 


mass media.

For decades, the living room has been the devil's


 playground for reaching out to the unsuspecting 


masses and broadcasting programming! It's where 


most people spend their days, leisurely and 


submissively sitting in front of the dominant 


force of television, channel surfing, tuning in 


and out of programs, and watching advertisements.



The average person watches television for 


4 hours and 38 minutes per day.

*To broadcast is to disperse, sow, cast, or send out


something, causing it to be known over a large area


or by a large number of people.


The media is more than just a source of information 


and knowledge about what is going on in the world.


Television's global reach has the potential to have 


an impact on people's lives, both positively and 


negatively.

External forces can influence a


 person's thoughts and actions.


Mind control is just as relevant today as it was in 


the 1950s, when it was referred to as brainwashing.


Manipulation, brainwashing, coercive persuasion 


and control, changing people's beliefs and behaviors,


 malignant use of group dynamics, and many other


 terms are used to describe mind control and Satanism.

Program/programme 


means to set, schedule or regulate.

The media can be used to manipulate, 


brainwash, and indoctrinate the weak.


Mass media can be a manipulative influence system 


that distorts perception, modifies vision, disrupts


 vision, and compromises a person's beliefs, 


decisions, behaviors, relationships, preferences,


and so on.

Whoever owns and controls the 


media, can own and controls 


one's mind.


Tel-e-vision


 has its advantages and, unfortunately, it also has 


some negative consequences.



If reporters are biased, the bias will almost certainly


influence which facts are reported and which are not.



Verifiable facts, on the other hand, can be purposefully 



framed and described in such a way that they 



completely misrepresent people and/or groups.


Dumbing down, also known

as... lowering the standard.

Dumbing down, according to Wikipedia, is the 


intentional oversimplification of intellectual 


content in education, literature and cinema,


 news, video games, and culture.



The term "dumbing down," which was coined 


in 1933 by screenwriters, meant "to revise so 


as to appeal to those of little education or 


intelligence."


 Dumbing-down varies depending on the subject


 matter, but it usually involves undermining 


standard language and learning standards, thus


trivializing academic standards, culture, and 


meaningful information, as in the case of popular 


culture.

The media and Hollywood are also tools for 


dumbing people down for controlled obedience.


It has been said that those who have been 


brainwashed are easier to control. 



Mark Twain said, "I never let school get in 


the way of my education."

Because mass media has such a large influence 


on people all over the world, brands use a 


variety of platforms to appeal to leads and


 customers and pitch their products.



Companies run an endless marathon to reach 


success with the help of mass media. To connect 


with their target audience and build brand 


awareness, brands use either traditional or 


digital media.


Mass media can function as an influence system


 that significantly disrupts an individual at their 


very core, at the level of their identity (their values,


 beliefs, preferences, decisions, behaviors, 


relationships, and so on), resulting in the formation


 of a new pseudo-identity or pseudo-personality.

Mass media can become powerful enough to


 take away all of our decisions and force us to


 conform to a strict set of behaviors. This, in 


turn, can inhibit our ability to think for ourselves,


 making it easier for them to impose their own 


agenda.


Most unsuspecting viewers, readers, and listeners


 believe that the media is accurate and truthful.


Mainstream media could be the source of fear,


 brainwashing, and polarization in our societies. 



Mass Media has a tendency of persuading people


 by slanting stories and/or siding with whatever 


serves the agendas of their owners and/or 


controllers. 



The media has the power to portray people 


and situations as righteous, well-informed, and


 reasonable... while demonizing others. They 


can broadcast slanderous, blatant or subliminal


 character assassination remarks about a person


 or group to the masses.



Information that does not serve them or their 


systems is ignored and dismissed, whereas


 information that advances their agenda is


 amplified and repeated. This is how easily 


one can be brainwashed, indoctrinated, 


conditioned, coached, trained, persuaded, 


and programmed.



In far too many cases, unsuspecting viewers, 


readers, and listeners are conditioned to believe


 that whatever the media says is true.



Many people are easily swayed by deceptive, 


superficial, and empty statements and/or reports 


conveyed and/or presented as absolutes... when


 much of it does not challenge them to think 


critically. This is a very effective dumbing down


 technique for poisoning and controlling the 


masses' minds.


It's easy to fool people. Some people are easily 


deceived. The real challenge is attempting to


 convince them that they have been bamboozled.

Many viewers, unfortunately, have become 


victims of media programming. Many people 


are oblivious to what is going on in plain sight.

Slavemasters understood that their social control of the slaves could not be based solely on physical coercion. Knowledge was power, and virtually all slave codes established in the United States set restrictions making it illegal to teach slaves to read or write. The statute below, passed by the state of North Carolina in 1830—1831, was fairly typical.


AN ACT TO PREVENT ALL PERSONS FROM TEACHING SLAVES TO READ OR WRITE, THE USE OF FIGURES EXCEPTED

Whereas the teaching of slaves to read and write, has a tendency to excite dis-satisfaction in their minds, and to produce insurrection and rebellion, to the manifest injury of the citizens of this State:

Therefore,

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of North Carolina, and it is hereby enacted by the authority of the same, That any free person, who shall hereafter teach, or attempt to teach, any slave within the State to read or write, the use of figures excepted, or shall give or sell to such slave or slaves any books or pamphlets, shall be liable to indictment in any court of record in this State having jurisdiction thereof, and upon conviction, shall, at the discretion of the court, if a white man or woman, be fined not less than one hundred dollars, nor more than two hundred dollars, or imprisoned; and if a free person of color, shall be fined, imprisoned, or whipped, at the discretion of the court, not exceeding thirty nine lashes, nor less than twenty lashes.

II. Be it further enacted, That if any slave shall hereafter teach, or attempt to teach, any other slave to read or write, the use of figures excepted, he or she may be carried before any justice of the peace, and on conviction thereof, shall be sentenced to receive thirty nine lashes on his or her bare back.

III. Be it further enacted, That the judges of the Superior Courts and the justices of the County Courts shall give this act in charge to the grand juries of their respective counties.



Source: "Act Passed by the General Assembly of the State of North Carolina at the Session of 1830—1831" (Raleigh: 1831).

History is not over. It is, instead, ours to make.

—Michael Albert



Thank you, Michael Albert 


Satan's art of war is to use any means necessary 


to perplex us, suppress us, weaken us, tear us down,


 condemn us, accuse us, crush our spirit, lay heavy 


burdens and strongholds on us, plant seeds of 


negativity, steal our joy, destroy our testimony and/or 


ministry, kill the consciousness of God's people, and 


eradicate, dismantle, crush, wreck, shatter, sabotage, 


dumb us down so that we are unable to think.



Satan is threatened and opposed to God's people 


gaining power and victory. He wants to wipe out


 and/or ruin any evidence that glorifies and honors


 God.

As the mass media takes control and programs 


viewers, listeners, and readers with the illusion


 of meaning, the world is heading for a moral and 


cultural decline. 



Unfortunately, many unsuspecting people accept 


what they are exposed to as gospel truth. The truth


 is right in front of the viewers' faces, so close that 


they can't focus on it until it's too late. Individuals 


will be unaware that they have been enslaved by 


the programming. They will be owned by the reality 


media that they created. Their minds will be shackled


 by the beliefs instilled in them by the media.

The mass media is tremendously impactful. 


It carries a huge amount of weight in our 


culture! It transmits messages from a variety 


of sources and provides the general public 


with information and leisure entertainment. 


Not only do these messages promote products, 


but also ideas, ideals, moods, images, attitudes,


 and a sense of what is and is not important.



The media has a significant influence on moral


 decadence. It is similar to a two-edged sword in


 that it has both positive and negative influences.

We've all seen and heard how the media can


 be very indiscriminate in its programming. 


We are all aware that pornography, crime, 


violence, and many other societal ills are 


often glorified.

Our souls are on the line!



We are engaged in a spiritual battle with an unseen


 adversary who is cunning, rude, controlling, sly, 


subtle, malicious, and dangerous. This is a real 


adversary on the prowl, looking for someone to 


devour. 


1 Peter 5:8


Satan is evil and will go to any length to gain new


 ground in order to have a profound influence on


 the human sphere by leading God's people astray.

The enemy wants to gain access to our minds 


and hearts and gain a foothold in our affairs, 


and all he needs is a pinhole to do so. 



He comes in a variety of disguises and has a 


plethora of evil schemes and strategies at his


 disposal. 



Satan's goal is to bring us down by sowing


seeds of doubt, division, destruction, and 


doom in our lives, to name a few.

Satan may come to us in sheep's clothing, but he is


 a ferocious wolf on the inside. He will sometimes 


disguise himself as a servant of righteousness, 


twisting and manipulating God's Word.

We must recognize our enemy. We must understand


 Satan's characteristics, tactics, and strategies in 


order to take our positions and assume full power


 and authority over him.

When we know what and



Who is real and true... 



we will know what and 



who is false.

There are positive and negative influences of mass media, 


which we, as responsible members of our society, must 


understand.


The Media's Influence


The benefits of the media include the ability to 


educate, inform, and enlighten society. It has the 


potential to bridge cultural gaps, spark 


meaningful discussions, resolve personal and 


societal issues, promote positivity, and promote


 peace.



On the other hand, it can create negative 


stereotypes, promote ignorance and dumb 


people down, misrepresent and mislead, spread


lies, incite racial violence, accuse people of 


crimes, and present slanted, slurs, and biased 


stories to the world.



The media can either make us smarter or dumber. 


The messages delivered through all media 


platforms affect us all, either directly or indirectly.

For some, withholding information, secrecy, and 


keeping the populace dumbed down and ignorant are


tools of oppression, but...thank God, truth and 


patience are on the side of the oppressed.


In the United States, massive

 corporations dominate the 

landscape... these corporations control   
90% of the media!

Newspapers, magazines, television, 


radio, the arts, and so on are 


90 percent owned, produced, and 


controlled by six media 


conglomerates!



15 billionaires own America's 


news media companies!


In a free and democratic society, with billionaires owning 


and controlling 90% of the media, could this undermine 


our democracy?

Privately educated white men 


dominate the media. Much of 


the media integrates an elitist


worldview as a result of this.


Is it possible for the privileged and predominantly 


white, male, privately educated, who does not understand 


nor can they accurately represent in the media, the 


situations and choices faced by most people as they are 


outside of their own life experiences.

Mass media with its intense stream of 


data and conservative points of view 


shapes our values and influences our 


perception of the world. 



Media conglomerates have 


concentrated their control over what 


we see, hear and read. Almost all 


media comes from and is controlled 


by 6 media giants.

Media controllers and owners shape what stories are 


covered, they influence what is and isn't written and how 


stories are written. 

Few people would disagree that a free press (information) 


is pivotal for a free and democratic society. In a free and 


democratic society, one of the fundamental principles is 


that people should be treated in a manner that is fair and 


equitable.

Is the power of the press being 


concentrated in too few hands?

When referring to the mass media as a "group," it is to say 


that newspapers, movie studios, television networks, radio 


stations and "media conglomerates" are all a part of this 


group of people and companies related to the collective 


we call "the media." The media not only create messages, 


but they create messages with embedded values. This, in 


and of itself, can have pervasive consequences.

The media constructs a message, disseminates it into 


society and targets specific people in order to achieve an 


end result. The end result is ultimately meant to sell 


viewers something; either a product, service or an 


ideology. 

We live in a society which often programs the masses, via 


radio, television, newspapers, magazines, etc., regarding 


what is good, bad, ugly and perfect. 



Satan uses broadcast media to dictate what people should 


think and how people should think... when in reality...


 society’s definition of good, bad, ugly and perfect is 


no more than a grand illusion filled with secrecy and 


ignorance that enslaves the mind, body and spirit.



Media can purposely prime, distort, and/or whitewash 


stories and present to viewers, readers and listeners as 


fact; although, stories can contain covert and overt 


politically slanted material, provided under the pretense 


that it is neutral


Media's Responsibility to Our Society


Freedom of speech and the freedom of expression

should be safely and humanely encouraged; although,

every freedom comes with an equal responsibility. 


Mocking and criticizing others usually occurs when the


irresponsible and insecure projects their own flaws onto 


others. They go for the cheap shots. They're never 


comfortable with secure people. For those who have low 


self-esteem... mocking eases some of their emotional 


turbulence and feelings of uselessness.

Media can set norms for readers, listeners and viewers by 


choosing what is covered or discussed. In the end, the 


consensus among observers is that media have some 


effect, even if the effect is subtle. This raises the question 


of how the media, even general newscasts, can affect 


citizens. 


One of the ways is through framing: the creation of a 


narrative, or context, for a news story. The news often 


uses frames to place a story in a context so the reader 


understands its importance or relevance. Yet, at the same 


time, framing, sensationalizing and focusing on conflict 


affects the way the reader, listener or viewer processes the 


story.


Framing can lead to political bias and influence voters. 


Ican also affect the way we see race, socioeconomic 


status, or other generalizations. 


The mass media has the ability to reach a large audience. 


They are able to transmit information throughout many 


different regions of the world simultaneously and can


 present stories with all kinds of slants, i.e., through the 


editing process, who they interview and what shots the 


videographer takes. Writers and producers can present a 


totally different story to the world, if they wish. It mainly 


depends on the consciousness of the producer and the 


moral principles of the station owners.



“Although not explicitly stated by the founding fathers, 


but clearly explicated here, is that ultimately what the 


media has today (and perhaps has always had) is power; 


specifically, the power to inform, the power to persuade, 


and the power to help steer the opinions of the masses on 


topics ranging from perceptions of war, race and 


perceptions of politicians. 


Beyond question, modern-day society is greatly 

influenced by mass media every day, and in many 

distinctive ways. 

Many stations are owned and/or monitored by white men 


who are decidedly, naturally or even resentfully unable to 


empathize. Many are not diverse, curious, critical thinkers,


justice-concerned, fair-minded or dedicated to telling the 


truth. Public service and freedom of expression are not 


necessarily their priorities. As a result, viewers end 


up uninformed and/or misinformed.


Some media outlets are notorious for wielding their power 


and influence! Many mainstream media outlets have 


become amplification channels for evil with hidden bias' 


that mislead and divide us. 


We are often advised to avoid treating media outlets as


 the 'gospel truth'... or all there is.


Basically, media can make one more astute, better-


informed, savvier or... target, dumb-down and enslave the 


mind. It can help one to become more enthusiastic about 


life, or, on the other hand, one can become frustrated, 


super cynical, dejected, troubled and discouraged.

 


The practice of having ‘experts’, anchormen, and 


celebrities providing us with easily digestible content that 


doesn’t require us to think critically and independently, 


gets us into the disempowering, brain-numbing habit of 


accepting and conforming to the directives of external 


‘higher’ authorities. This is one aspect of how social 


brainwashing and ‘dumbing down’ is achieved. There is 


also evidence that not only is the carefully devised content 


being used to manipulate and control the minds of the 


populace, but the technology is implicated as well.



“Man does not have the right to develop his own mind. 


This kind of liberal orientation has great appeal. We must 


electrically control the brain."



Media has the ability to encourage positive actions, 


positive demeanor, positive speech and practices or it can 


flood our minds with pools of negativity and a cynical and 


humdrum approach to life. 



Media has the power to enrich society for future


 generations or demolish, strip down and/or bankrupt 


social progress. 



We are all being affected either directly or indirectly by 


the messages being delivered through all media platforms, 


at any given time.


“Most people gaze neither into the past nor the future; they explore neither truth nor lies. They gaze at the television.”

~ Radiohead

While many people would like to think that television is 


just a cheap form of harmless news and entertainment, 


social scientists have long been aware of the fact that the 


media, and in particular television, are used as tools not 


just to subtly influence mass consciousness, but to 


manufacture individual mindsets that are malleable and 


compliant with the mainstream paradigm. 


The content shared on television is carefully designed by 


some of the best scientists in the world, using cutting edge 


knowledge of our psychological make-up, to ensure that 


the values and agendas of the elite are normalized and 


accepted as natural by the wider population.


“It’s becoming obvious to most that the media is nothing


 but a megaphone for the global elite to present biased


 news that’s designed to align the masses with their 


agenda.” 


~ James Morcan



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The American news media owes itself and its consumers a 


difficult look inward. Then, they must expeditiously... do 


all that they can to eradicate white supremacy from 


media practices, norms, and culture.

As we strive to become more


enlightened beings, we 


must intentionally 


seek God first


 and eliminate everything that 



tends to make the human mind 



a dependent weakling.

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