Jon Rappoport: TV Mind-Control — the Flicker Effect from Sandy Hook to Orland, How False Flags Are “Sold”

Jon Rappoport

Jon Rappoport

Mind control achieved through the “information flicker effect”

I wrote this piece in 2012, in the wake of the Sandy Hook shooting. I re-post it now, because it equally applies to the Orlando shooting. No, I’m not talking about the flicker of the television picture. I’m talking about an on-off switch that controls information conveyed to the television audience.   . . .

The media anchors are absorbing, arranging, and broadcasting details given to them by the police investigators. The anchors are PR people for the cops. This has nothing to do with journalism. Nothing.

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Jun 21

Graphic: US Ignorance & US Television

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Jun 21

Berto Jongman: Economist on Decentralized Web

Berto Jongman

Berto Jongman

Reweaving the web

A slew of startups is trying to decentralise the online world

If decentralisation is now making a comeback, it is largely because of the rise of bitcoin, a crypto-currency, and its underlying technology, the blockchain. This is a globally distributed database, which is maintained not by a single actor, such as a bank, but collaboratively by many.

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Jun 19