American life is processed life. Left-right politics, feel-good religion, corrupt Hollywood entertainment, crony capitalism, chemically-manufactured factory food, greed-driven materialism, fake fiat currency, poisonous pharmaceutical drugs and vaccines, agenda-driven corporate media: each of these things represents the culmination of deliberate social engineering and programmed consciousness by an amoral media machine that millions of Americans have been duped into accepting as the cultural norm. The fact of the matter is that most of what’s peddled by the mainstream media these days as truth and fact about our world is actually just manufactured junk food for the brain.
Everything from the foods people eat and the cars they drive to the words they speak and even the opinions they hold are the product of many decades of brainwashing and social programming by shadowy puppet masters pushing an agenda. Just look at what’s been dominating media headlines and cable news airwaves in recent days: a small flag that sits in an unassuming Civil War memorial outside the South Carolina statehouse.
Few people see this memorial on a daily basis, and nobody really cared much about it until the mainstream media decided to manufacture a controversy out of it, intentionally stoking the flames of racial division and civil unrest. Now, literally overnight, the entire country is in an uproar over this innocuous symbol from America’s historical past, demanding that it be immediately torn down and replaced with something less “offensive,” like perhaps a bust of Bruce Jenner turned into a transgender female.
It’s almost as if the whole thing was intentionally planned to rewrite history and possibly even ignite a second Civil War in the process, and the credulous public is eating it right up. Why? The answer is the same as it is for junk food: corporate media propaganda is synthetic “news” manufactured from processed “facts” and contrived, highly-addictive soundbite “additives” that keep the vapid masses constantly coming back for more.by