Tag: social engineering

How To Engineer A Crisis

01/14/2018


Are you a dictator in need of public support for your latest draconian clampdown on dissent? Or a deep state plotter hoping to topple a foreign government who doesn’t comply with your every wish? A low-level Machiavellian schemer looking for the ultimate trick for defeating your enemies without lifting a finger? Then look no further than this handy-dandy guide to How To Engineer A Crisis.

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Where We’re Going, We Don’t NEED Roads!

01/10/2018


Why do we feel we need the things we think we need in the first place? Are our desires even our own? In this clip from his interview on The Last American Vagabond, James discusses the false ideals that are programmed into society by the social engineers.

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World War III Is Over (If You Want It)

12/06/2017


We may be looking at the echoes of WWI, but we are no mere shadows consigned to observe the events taking place around us. We are conscious actors with the ability to give our identities over to the next “great” war cause, or to retain our humanity and refuse to give in. And make no mistake: your choice does make a difference.

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Meet Edward Bernays, Master of Propaganda

10/02/2017


You’ve heard of his uncle Sigmund, so how come you’ve never heard of him? In this classic episode from The Corbett Report archives James dishes the dirt on Edward Bernays, Freud’s American nephew. Learn how to break societal taboos, get the public to demand poison in the water, and prep the way for an overthrow of a foreign government from the man who literally wrote the book on propaganda!

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Why Do You Eat Bacon and Eggs?

09/27/201733 Comments


Because the Beech-Nut Packing Company told you to, that’s why. But don’t take it from me, take it from the man who engineered the campaign himself, Edward Bernays. So what other ideas have been woven so thoroughly into the fabric of our society that we no longer even stop to think about them?

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You Are Being Gamed

08/19/2017


In this classic Corbett Report podcast from 2010, James opens up the virtual Skinner box and peers into the future of gaming in the world of ubiquitous computing. When our daily life consists of interactions with computers, will there be any way to avoid amusing ourselves to death?

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Points For “Good Behaviour”: Canadian Government Introduces the Creepiest App Ever

07/16/2017


Yes, the Canadian government has rolled out an app that gives you points for eating well and exercising and taking quizzes about the flu shot and other healthy activities! And everyone seems totally fine with this. Welcome to the future, everyone, because the totalitarian states of tomorrow will be more carrot then stick, and we will all be pigeons in a virtual Skinner box. What could go wrong?

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It Begins: Canadian Gov Rolls Out Points To Reward Good Citizens

07/16/2017192 Comments

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Crosswalk Buttons, Voting Booths, and Other Illusions of Control

04/11/201716 Comments


Did you know that only 9% of crosswalks buttons in New York City actually do anything? Or that a piece of US government legislation disabled all elevator “close door” buttons in 1990. But these buttons are still there, and we still push them, even when we know that they do nothing. But why? And what does this tell us about the other illusions of control that the social engineers have placed before us? Join James Corbett for today’s thought for the day as he takes you on a walk across the street

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Your Children Are Being Programmed

04/03/201719 Comments


Swat team Lego. Cashless monopoly. Barbie’s new credit card. If I didn’t know better, I’d say that the social engineers figured out long ago that the best time to condition the public is when they’re young and impressionable. But nahhhhh, that’s probably just a load of rich, creamery butter. (And knowing is half the battle!)

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