Worship the Stock Market, Wage Slave! - #PropagandaWatch

08/29/201914 Comments

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The stock market is an all-seeing, all-knowing, all-powerful diviner's tool. It tells us why the world is the way it is, where we can expect it to go in the future, and even what people (and entire nations) are thinking. It is, in fact, God . . . or so the propagandists would have you believe. Find out the real skinny on the phony baloney stock market in this week's edition of #PropagandaWatch.

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  1. HomeRemedySupply says:

    I was laughing and pounding my desk “Yes! Yes!” as I watched Corbett deliver this “Worship the Stock Market, Wage Slave! – #PropagandaWatch”.

    I love it when James calls out “Bullshit”.

    Daily, I look at the finance headlines.
    I see an incredible amount of bullshit and shilling for certain stocks on most of the mainstream financial news sights. It amazes me.
    These are pimps, not news sights.
    The institutions and those who sell packages to pension funds gotta love the pimps.

    It is currently “Bizarro Finance World”, but rarely do I see anything in the MainStreamMedia about it.

    The world is in a heap of financial trouble. I rant about it often, such as here… https://www.corbettreport.com/summer-open-thread/#comment-65459

    I really look forward to reading this next Corbett Report Subscriber Newsletter.
    Anyone who has a piggy bank, or not, will want to read this next Subscriber Newsletter.

  2. mik says:

    Peter Thiel thinks stock crap can’t last for much longer (at 30:55).


  3. manbearpig says:

    Yanny/Laurel, DeepFakes, DeepArt, the Stock Market and the Tower of Babel…?

    Yanny/Laurel and The Dress are excellent demonstrations of how people perceive relatively objective phenomena differently and to evoke the implications therein.

    Yanny/Laurel, The Dress and other optical illusions have been the subject of English classes since my return from vacation. These classes were to culminate in behavioral economics professor, Dan Ariely’s 2009 ted talk entitled “Are We in Control of our Decisions” using optical illusions as a metaphor for cognitive illusions, biases and limitations…

    My interpretations and extrapolations of all of the recent Corbett productions seem to touch on this subject of illusions and misrepresentations…

    The Stock Market, DeepFakes, Gandhi and the Ceremonial Attire photos of Thai kings are all misrepresentations: the stock market is a misleading reflection of the economy and economic health of its participants, DeepFakes are what their name suggests, Gandhi the icon is a misrepresentation of Gandhi the man and the power of peaceful resistance and the Thai king’s croptop says more about him perhaps than his Royal decorations…

    and all of this, for some reason, has been juxtaposed in my mind with the BIS and EU’s Towers of Babel:



    “Europe: Many tongues; one voice”…

    and DeepArt:

    “26 years ago, the European Council released a poster. It illustrated its ambitions for Europe with a bright catchphrase and colours.

    But soon after its release, it abruptly withdrew it. It wasn’t popular with the public. And it revealed a flaw in the European project that plagues it to this day…”


    “…After the war, the BIS reinvented itself as a natural team captain for the rebuilding of Europe. It didn’t merely survive—it thrived. Its curved headquarters opened in 1977 and its multilingual workforce quickly earned it the nickname the Tower of Basel, a reference to the Tower of Babel story in the Bible…”


    not only are we being divided by tongues, but at a much deeper level of perception, our very senses, divided by nature itself and fakes of nature, closing ourselves into the echo chamber of our personal internets … but united by…one…something…?

    one world money? one internet matrix? one planet? one cave with platonic shadows?

    I feel like my mind is winding round and round, further and further towards a dead end… like the zigurat path of the towers themselves…

    • manbearpig says:

      like the Library of Babel, come to think of it… when you live in a Library you think the universe is comprised of books… if you live in a sphere of misrepresentation then…


      but now my spinning mind must spin the hamster wheel…

    • Duck says:

      ‘…not only are we being divided by tongues, but at a much deeper level of perception,….’
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dy75GtKsOAw notice that he can get people to accept totally blank paper as payment- more mental power then the fed!
      Also notice the guy who wont fall for it is some kind of foreigner who I suspect started out talking something other then english.
      Language shapes your thinking- I doubt Orwell was the first to imagine ‘newspeak’ but the structure of a language shapes your thinking which is why its so much harder to do NLP on a person who speaks a different language…everyone should learn to at least get by in another language- and like the autuistic ‘horse boy’ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Horse_Boy we can only shock our brain into growing by travel or exposure to different ideas.
      ‘…… but united by…one…something…?….’
      Nothing we want to see

      • manbearpig says:

        Those extrasensory levels of… communication… perception…

        wonder if it’s really a language issue…fear is a powerful blinder…

        yea, actually, language in a rather extended sense… social code fluency… body language fluency… sensory… fluency…

        cool juxtaposition of links…

        …comments board fluency…

      • manbearpig says:

        “…the structure of a language shapes your thinking…”

        shapes your conception of “normal”… household “management” or cooperation, “reconcile and exchange”…?

        learning new cultures and languages shakes up your conception of “normal”…

        and thus, of the very concept of “normal”… of the nature of reality itself…

  4. HomeRemedySupply says:

    For us wage slaves who have a 401k or pension fund, it is an important time to review it. Perhaps make some choices.

  5. triplemg says:

    Hi James. Broc had tweeted out a link to a Propaganda Watch 2 days ago (8/27). I began watching it, but did not finish, then when I went to finish watching it, it was gone. Did you pull that down, or did I completely imagine that?
    All the best,

  6. zyxzevn says:

    Mess in HK
    Every fifth image on Imgur is about HK.
    Images and videos with lots of cameras about minor events.
    A site that is usually filled with cats and funny pictures.

    They are making a drama for the internets.


    It seems to me that the protesters are forcing the police to
    become violent. Maybe in a weird attempt to get the US involved.
    But I think they are already involved and pushing the protests.

    China seems to be very soft on the HK situation. It is their state,
    with a different system.

    But the lack of other information is really telling:

    We don’t see anything about Israel shooting and killing protesters.
    Or about the yellow-vests that are being targeted and wounded
    with exploding gas-grenades.
    Or about the Yemen or Syrian massacres, supported by the US.

    Mess in Syria
    Funny enough the US started bombing idlib today.
    Probably they have retracted their own fighters already, as they did
    with the ISIS commanders. And now they are trying to get the credit for removing the Al-Qaeda. A group that they protected and supported
    just a year ago.

    Political correction escalates:
    THIS IS UNBELIEVABLE: Reacting to Democratic Socialist Convention
    Is this is the future of politics?

  7. zyxzevn says:

    U.S. Unleashes Military to Fight Fake News, Disinformation

    War is Peace!

  8. ozdawn says:

    Its the Hidden Hand!

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