Here are the links to Richard D Hall's latest Richplanet TV shows:
Exposing Media Subversion (6 parts)
Episode 188 - The Most Subversive Shows on TV
Episode 189 - World Domination, Modern Slavery & More
This subject also directly ties into Richard's recent film
"Buried By Mainstream Media: The True Story of Madeline McCann"
These are important pieces of research that need to be watched as they highlight the all-pervasive power of the mainstream media. My regular readers will know that this subject is one of my main areas of research and something I like to discuss whenever I can. The mainstream media (whether it be in the form of so-called "informational" or "educational" programming or "entertainment") is a cancer on humanity that operates with the effectiveness of low-grade, widespread mind control. Most of our preconcieved "norms", ideas of "acceptable behaviour" and general perceptions of reality are engineered or readjusted via the programming of the proverbial "hypnobox".
I have extensively researched this phenomenon in relation to the Hollywood/TV industry in my recent book "Science Fiction and the Hidden Global Agenda".
A free pdf version of the book can be downloaded here:
In terms of the more serious output of the mainstream media, I have been banging on about this subject for a few years now. Here is an earlier article I wrote in 2011 entitled "Propaganda! - Evidence Of Media Fakery"
I find myself still discussing the relevence of the subject. Here is a piece from September 2014 - "The Climate of Fear & 9/11 - Exposing the Greatest Cover-Up".
Understanding and breaking the spell of the mainstream media is one of the keys to realigning our true perceptions of reality. I was discussing this subject with a work colleague the other day and he quoted something that struck a chord.
"It's all lies. But they're entertaining lies and in the end, isn't that the truth?"
I thought this quite interesting and wanted to know where these words came from. How disappointed I was when I realised he was quoting an appearance by Leonard Nimoy on an episode of The Simpsons! Such is the power of the medium. It seeps into every corner of our lives. TV should come with a permanent onscreen disclaimer:
"Danger: Will Likely Rot Your Brain!"