Get A Life

There is a way for each one of us to fight the system.

A way in which they will have a real problem manipulating our thoughts, ideas, and personalities. It’s something so simple, everyone from every walk of life can do it. It costs us nothing to do it, there is no risk involved, only benefit. We will become a smarter society, a more balanced society if we do it. Want to know what to do?

TURN OFF YOUR TELEVISION!

It doesn’t get any more simple than that. A single effortless action each one of us can take to stick it up the ass of all who seek to manipulate our lives. You see, without television they are practically helpless to make you conform to the politically correct thinking they are forcing down our throats. Nearly impossible to make you act on basic impulses to be a “super consumer”. It even shuts off their abilities to lie to you in the news to mold your political beliefs. The benefits to turning off television are endless.

But you want to know how you really screwed them? The longer you turn off your television, the more of their advertising dollars you’ve wasted.

Your children will be smarter, YOU will be smarter. Not influenced by marketing psychologists and the billions in advertising campaigns designed to turn you into a worthless citizen slave, you will make better decisions in life… based on what’s best for you.

Television is truly the enemy’s presence in your home. Without it, they lose control of your mind.

We’re told that everything in our lives is a direct result of our thoughts, good or bad. So what does it mean when our thoughts are stolen, changed, or replaced by the box that mesmerizes us in our living rooms?

Since the day we are born, the box is placed in front of us. Each successive generation placing the box in front of our faces. Telling us what type of people we should be, what we should eat, what we should drive, what to buy and how we should vote. We’ve been exposed to television for so long that we see it as indispensable to our lives.

“Oh my God, what would I possibly do without television?” Try reading a book, or exercising your fat ass. Maybe let your children *gasp* play outside. Who cares what you do, just turn off the fucking television.

I’ll bet you are incapable of even doing it. This is where it gets scary, I bet you won’t be able to turn of the very thing that is ruining your life. If you can’t turn off the television whenever you are in the house, I would have to say that you are no better than a drug addict. Just like the crackhead who is unable to control his behavior, so too is the person unable to discipline his life to not include TV.

And isn’t that the television’s job? The job of marketing professionals? To make us so weak, that we cannot force ourselves to detach from the very thing that is killing all of us?

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  • Rick  On January 13, 2010 at 2:33 pm

    During the first contrived “energy crisis” in the mid-seventies, there was talk of cutting down the hours of television broadcasts. My brother’s immediate reaction was that they’d never do it. Television is the greatest means of one way communication ever invented. If they cut the hours, people would start talking to each other again and the goons in Washington and their bosses on Wall Street and in the “City” would be in big trouble.

    BTW, I have a problem. My TV’s instruction manual tells how to turn it on, but not how to turn it off. I’m just too polite to walk away from the people on TV who are talking at me. What can I do?

    Rick
    phreedomphan-lostliberty.blogspot.com
    phreedomphan-americasenemies.blogspot.com

    • propagandawerks  On January 13, 2010 at 7:03 pm

      With the first broadcast quality television introduced in 1946, they’ve had 64 years of manipulating society! With that said, I wonder in which year they offensively started using TV as a weapon against us.

      Glad you dropped in, I added your blogs to the list!

  • Rick aka PhreedomPhan  On January 15, 2010 at 4:55 pm

    I’ve been using the library computer to go online so I didn’t view the U-Tube. Now that I did I’m reminded of a commercial when I was a teenager in the late 50’s. The jingle went, “My dog’s better than your dog. My dog’s better than yours. My dog’s better cause he eats Ken-L-Ration. My dog’s better than yours.” Kids didn’t have enough to fight over, so these bastards gave them incentive to fight over whose dog is better and, at the same time, use the kids to pressure parents to get Ken-L-Ration. I refused from that time on to buy the product. I don’t even know if it still exists.

    Of course, in addition to TV ruining the kids’ minds, we have government education.

    Rick

  • ceebee  On February 28, 2010 at 12:53 am

    I don’t own a tv and I haven’t watched tv in years. It’s true. Tv poisons the mind. I don’t miss having a tv. Anyone can live without a tv. You just have to want to change.

    • propagandawerks  On February 28, 2010 at 9:53 am

      I wonder what society would be like today without the manipulation of television, it’s truly a scary thought the damage inflicted over the decades. Thanks for visiting… stay tuned! lol

      • Rick aka PhreedomPhan  On February 28, 2010 at 11:22 am

        Maybe not much different. FDR used the “Fireside Chat” to destroy what little was left of the American Republic. There were other means of advertising, too. I’m still P.O.’d about one. I collected 89 empty jars of Burma Shave and then couldn’t get it anymore. I started the collection when I saw a series of little signs on the road to Reading, PA.

        “Free, Free”
        “A Trip to Mars”
        “For Ninety Jars”
        “Of Burma Shave”

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