Media Head Games Exposed! CNN Caught Using Neuro-Linguistic Programming to Influence Syrian Conflict

Vatic Note:  This is very good.  He does a text explanation of what is happening in the first video, so you can watch it and read at the same time to see just how subtle this stuff is.   In the second batch of videos, the announcer analyzed what we are seeing, verbally and then replays it again to make it clear and it works well.

Finally, we see videos of the 1970's water gate committee and what a difference 30 years has made.  Its so blatant that its almost embarrassing, just how bad we have become, but then I attribute that to our foreign occupiers who do everything for an agenda and never for the good of the people.  Only for their profit and gain.

Below, is a video for showing us how to overcome this mind manipulation.  also after this blog is one on how to DEPROGRAM YOURSELVES.  I put it up because it is a solution to occupany the problem and i like to do that whenever I can.  Enjoy the read and when you are done, you will be able to see all this yourselves.  Get  your families away from that mind control project through using the press.  Go overseas if you have to to get the real news or the alternative net news  which is very good and reliable.

Media Head Games Exposed! CNN Caught Using Neuro-Linguistic Programming to Influence Syrian Conflict
by Gregg Prescott, M.S., for in5d.com
It is nauseating to watch CNN shill Jake Tapper trying to use neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) on (D) Rep. Alan Grayson.

Every time Tapper asks Grayson a question, Tapper nods his head in the direction of the answer he wants the viewer to believe as the 'truth' thus trying to persuade public opinion.

This is how the mainstream media operates and why you should never trust them.

What Is Neuro-Linguistic Programming?

Neuro-linguistic programming (or NLP) is a controversial interpersonal communication model applied in psychotherapy and other contexts of communication and change.

It was initially co-created by Richard Bandler and linguist John Grinder in the 1970s based on the communication and behavioral patterns acquired from gestalt therapist Fritz Perls, family systems therapist Virginia Satir and psychiatrist Milton H. Erickson. The originators emphasize modeling of excellence as the core methodology of NLP, that is, the methods they used to imitate and produce the models of exceptional communicators.

They also claim that the basic assumptions of NLP draw from aspects of neurology ("neuro-"), transformational grammar ("linguistics") and cybernetics ("programming"). It has often been promoted as an art and science of effective communication and defined as 'the study of the structure of subjective experience'. Others put more emphasis on the tools, techniques and applications specific to contexts such as psychotherapy, business management and communications training, motivational seminars, personal development, and teaching.


Right from Tapper's initial comment, you can see him shaking his head "no" when he's saying, "One lawmaker who outright opposes (shakes head no) intervention..."

"Is there anything the administration could say (nods head "yes") at this point to convince you to support an air strike."

"You bring up the issue of national interests here, VITAL national interests. The President (nods head yes throughout this sentence), on PBS, was talking about the U.S. interests..."

"In your opinion, is the President wrong (shakes head "no"), that a chemical attack on the people in Syria does not threaten (nods head "yes") U.S. national interests..."

"100,000 people in the Syran conflict... by some reports, at least 350 people killed in what the administration (nods head yes") says was a chemical weapons attack, is standing by and doing nothing (shakes head "no") really an option?"

"To be clear, it's the administration that's saying the evidence is undeniable (nods head "yes") of a chemical attack.
If the U.N. inspectors come back and say it was a chemical attack (nods head "yes") in this town..."

Even Tappper's body posture is leaning to the "left" suggesting Grayson is a left-winger.

This is similar to the "head nod" that car salesmen will use on you in order to control the conversation as well as your response. The car salesman will ask you questions that are most likely to be answered "Yes" by the potential customer. When it comes down to asking you if you would like to purchase the car, your mind has already been conditioned to say "Yes".

FOX News Sean Hannity BUSTED for using NLP

A classic case of NLP was observed when FOX News shill Sean Hannity questioned University of Wisconsin Professor Kevin Barrett regarding 911.



Your Television, Newspaper and Radio News Is State Sponsored Propaganda

The nightly news has been proven to be manipulated by the CIA in order to persuade public opinion while supporting state sponsored propaganda.  Your best bet is to not watch or believe anything you see on TV and to go to alternative news sources, such as In5D Alternative News, for the news that the mainstream media fails to report.


I highly recommend How To Deprogram Yourself (VN:  we have a blog up on this, so you can copy if from there.  its up right after this since these both went together, I felt. I have been without  TV now for 5  years and what a difference it makes.) because many of your family and friends have been indoctrinated into this system of control for way too long. These are the same governments who are responsible for poisoning our water, air and food supplies, all in the name of eugenics and rarely, if ever, work in humanity's best interests. I would also recommend Global Unity Project: What The World Needs Right Now because it provides viable solutions to all of these issues.


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