THE PSYCHOLOGICAL CONDITIONING OF AMERICANS

THE PSYCHOLOGICAL CONDITIONING OF AMERICANS

, 16 Sep 2013

By Dennis L. Cuddy, Ph.D. December 10, 2012 NewsWithViews.com


...And the Future 

With President Obama's re-election, over the next 4 years he will face a national and global economy that will be even worse than today. Why? It will be part of the PE's plan to coerce us and the rest of the world into accepting a world currency by 2018. The currency probably will be called "The Phoenix," because it symbolically will be rising from the economic ashes of a failing world economic system. It will be the new global currency of a socialist world economic system that will be managed by the PE's planned World Socialist Government which will emerge as the "World-State" from a conference in Basra, Iraq as foretold by Fabian Socialist H. G. Wells in his book THE NEW WORLD ORDER (1939).

Who, you might ask, will accept the new world currency for the U.S. in 2018? Just as only a Nixon rather than a Kennedy could establish relations with Communist China about 40 years ago, this time only a Bush could get Republicans to accept the loss of American national sovereignty that will come from adopting a single world currency. This is why following Skull & Bones (S&B) member William Whitney's plan in the late 1800s to alternate political power between the Democrats and Republicans, the alternation of power in 2016 (following S&B president George H.W. Bush in 1988, then President Clinton in 1992, then S&B president George W. Bush in 2000, then president Obama in 2008) will see Jeb Bush become president.

How will this happen? Remember that Romney lost the Hispanic vote by about 50% in 2012? For his running mate, Jeb Bush could pick Hispanic U.S. Senator Marco Rubio from Florida. That should bring in the votes of Hispanics originating from the Caribbean area. Or Bush could pick a Hispanic member of Congress from a highly populated state like California or New York, especially a Hispanic female to attract women voters in general. Also, Jeb Bush is married to a Mexican-born American philanthropist, which should bring in Hispanic votes nationally as well.

The Democratic vice-presidential nominee in 2016 will also be Hispanic---perhaps Julian Castro (San Antonio mayor), who delivered the keynote address at the recent Democratic National Convention (a sign the Democrat Party is priming him for national leadership). The problem for the Democratic presidential nominee in 2016 if it's Hillary Clinton (Democrats believe she will clinch the women's vote), though, is the recent attack in Benghazi. Because the PE wants Jeb Bush to be elected president in 2016, they set Hillary up in Benghazi in a Catch-22 situation to tarnish her reputation for 2016. If Hillary had spoken out that it was the White House and not her State Department which was to blame for the Benghazi disaster, that might have cost President Obama re-election, and Hillary would have been held responsible for the defeat. She therefore grit her teeth and took some of the blame for what happened in Libya, and that will prove to be her downfall in 2016.

Therefore, Vice-president Joe Biden may actually be the Democratic presidential nominee in 2016. Telling in this regard is that the day Biden voted in the 2012 election, a reporter asked him if he thought this was the last time he'd be voting for himself for high office, and Biden's response was "No." In 2016, he will be 73 years old, but that's the same age Ronald Reagan was when he ran for re-election in 1984. And if Biden is the Democratic presidential nominee in 2016, the PE can count on him to "gaffe" his way to defeat.

But, you may ask, what will be Jeb Bush's campaign themes in 2016? He has already indicated his "moderate" views toward illegal aliens, and that should gain him some Hispanic votes. Plus, he has been heading up an educational enterprise. And by 2016, look for "education" as a subject to be near the top of concerns for the American public.

Jeb Bush's organization is called the Foundation for Excellence in Education, and it has one of these innocuous sounding missions that says it wants to prepare students for "success." I suppose that is better than the "failure" for which our students are currently being prepared. For Bush, this is a nice, safe-sounding, non-specific educational goal that will be hard for Democrats to criticize. After all, it's not identifying, for example, a specific reading program that is supposed to reduce illiteracy by 20+%.

Thus, the PE's alternation of power will be continued with Jeb Bush's election in 2016. He will "reluctantly" accept the new world currency in 2018, blaming the necessity for doing this on Obama's failed economic policies of the previous 8 years. In 2020, with perfect vision (20/20) of the PE's plan, Jeb Bush will win a close re-election, perhaps with an October surprise of a military nature that will persuade the public not to change Presidential horses in mid-stream in a time of crisis (he'll say it's no time for his challenger's on-the-job training). That will make him president until 2024 and time for another alternation of power.

The new Democrat president will take office in 2025, which is the year Luciferian Alice Bailey in 1933 said the World Federation of Nations will be taking "rapid shape" according to "The Plan." The new Democrat president will not only usher in the fulfillment of the PE's planned World Socialist Goverment, but also "she" (like Eve in the Garden of Eden) will introduce a New Age/ occultic "Angel of Light" spirituality brought by the Light-Bearer (Lucifer, the serpent in the Garden of Eden) for the One World Religion that will accompany the World Socialist Government. A youth deliberately fed large doses of Harry Potter occultism by then will be middle-aged and in a majority position among the electorate.

That takes care of what will happen in our future. But, you may ask, what will happen next under President Obama? In the near future, watch for an important secretly launched military action with specially trained American personnel, who will have a lot of help (including from Israel). It will occur somewhere in the general region from South Asia (Pakistan and Afghanistan) to Iran and the Middle or Near East (including Yemen) over to North Africa (Libya). The Obama administraion will call the operation successful, but it will result in some (manageable) international criticism. Obama's Muslim background will help temper/ease the criticism.

 [Note: A major segment on ABC Evening News (December 8) and on Fox News Sunday (December 9) said that in the last 18 months, Americans have had a dramatic change in their opinions and now support gay marriages. Nowhere in the report or discussion did they mention God's objection to homosexual activity (e.g., Leviticus 18:22, Romans 1:27, etc.). One of the characteristics of any major civilization in decline (e.g., Greece, Rome, etc.) was their moral degeneration, including homosexual behavior and heterosexual fornication. America is now headed in that direction!]

Over twenty years ago, I wrote "Beware subliminal messages in media" in THE ORLANDO SENTINEL (July 22, 1990), and I am reproducing most of that article below, because it is still relevant to what I have written in Part 1 of this series. The article reads as follows:

Change is becoming an increasing part of American society. Business promotes changing styles to sell products. Social engineers are trying to change our values. There actually seems to be a "cult of change" today, as many individuals are always seeking something new and different.

Much of the stimulis for change has come through television, and there is already some research evidence that a number of people have engaged in violent behavior based upon the violence they saw on television. One wonders also how many might have been effected by messages such as "read us any rule, we'll break it," in the theme for the television program "Laverne and Shirley"? And how many saw one of the first episodes of "Hardball" last season where the two police heroes tossed rocks at a steetlight just to see who would ride the bike, causing one of them to say, "Now we're lawbreakers"? Currently, there is an ad showing a child rigging a contraption to swipe his father's Eggo waffle, which certainly doesn't reinforce the Biblical admonition, "Thou shalt not steal."

It's in this latter area of TV advertising that perhaps the most insidious threat comes, and it comes not just in the content of the ads, but in the method. You have probably noticed in the last couple of years that there have been an increaing number of commercials with flashing lights and quickly changing images. I asked a university professor of TV communications about this new type of hyper-reality that was being promoted. I thought one's natural inclination would be to turn away from that which is stressful to the eye, and I didn' t see how that could help to sell a company's product. The professor explained that about four to five years ago, many of the people who had produced music videos had become involved in commercial advertrising. A concept was developed that no longer appealed to the reasons viewers should buy a particular product, but rather through quick images showed a lifestyle with which a target audience associates.

What is at work in the mind of the viewer during these ads? Well, the reason most people can fill in the blanks for "Things go better with___" and "Have you driven a ___lately" is because they have seen those messages repeated over and over again in ads. Now, what if instead of stating a message just once in an ad, the message was flashed repeately in front of the viewer? Instead of just one mental image or imprint, there would be many. Also, whenever the eye sees quickly changing images, there is a tendency to try to focus one's concentration all the more. When the final mesage remains clearly on the screen, the mind in its relief at being given an unchanging image absorbs the final message more fully.

It is easy to see the tremendous and ominous potential that type of advertising can have in the form of mental conditioning or indoctrination, especially if the person's "will" can be controlled. In that regard, Professor Willis Harman of Stanford University's Engineering Economic Systems Department believes that a person's behavior is governed far more extensively than we realize by the unconscious or subconscious mind. Research has already shown that quick flashes of subliminal messages have been succfessfully used as conditioning or programming tools.

Research published about five years ago (about the same time as the new type of television ads began to appear) by Benjamin Libet, professor of neurophysiology at the University of California, San Francisco, in the scientific journal THE BRAIN AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES, indicates that "The conscious mind doesn't initiate voluntary actions." Monitors revealed that about a half-second before a muscle flexes, for example, an unconscious part of the brain sends signals seemingly to prepare the conscious part of the brain for action. Libet says the conscious part of the brain can veto the unconscious signal, but the question is "What if the person's 'will' has been conditioned not to veto the signal?" What if the person has seen the Nike slogan "Just do it" so many times that he or she "just does it"---whatever it is?

What does "Just do it" mean? Is it like "If it feels good, do it"? After all, the commercial doesn't say, "Just buy Nike." Usually people say "Just do it" when they are advising someone to stop thinking about the pros and cons of some value judgment or when they are ordering someone to do something. In a landmark trial that began in Reno, Nevada, the rock group Judas Priest is alleged to have a subliminal message, "Do it, do it," on their album "Stained Glass," which supposedly led to the suicides of two teens who chanted "Do it, do it, do it" before they shot themselves after hearing the album. One of the teens survived long enough to say it was as though the music controlled his actions, leaving him without a free will, and "It was like a self-destruct that went off. We had been programmed."

Dr. Robert Assagioli, the founder of psychosynthesis, believes it is actually possible to train the "will," and if one can gradually condition the "will" by TV ads, then "Brave New World" here we come. Our freedon will be lost to indoctrination before most people are even aware of what is happening to them, and this should be a cause of great concern to all Americans.