Clyde Lewis | Ground Zero Media - KXL (101fm/750am) Portland, Oregon
During the weekend that Hurricane Irene hit the east Coast I was besieged with hate mail. After I had suggested that the Hurricane was much ado about nothing I was told that I was being irresponsible for questioning authority and encouraging people to rebel against the mandatory evacuation of 2.3 million people for a category 1 storm that probably had about as much power as a whopping Nor’easter. I had people on face book un-friend me and I had to un-friend three people for using ad-hominem attacks on me in my own profile wall.
In desperation I wrote on my profile, “My prayers go out to the people of Manhattan who will wake up to 10 inches of rain and 30 mile per hour winds.
It was so sad to see people buy into the propaganda of the “apocalyptic storm of the century” when it was obvious this was hype—and for what is not quite clear. There were as many opinions as to why there was all of the hype as there were prayers going out for the people and it seemed that there was no one taking responsibility for the fear that was being generated for such a puny storm.
All storms cause damage and all people should use common sense. However, it was just too much to carry out the martial law bullying stance that was created and it seems that this was the motive for such hype and that was political foot balling and militarized occupation.
Ground Zero Live with Clyde Lewis
Sex, Drugs, Rock & Roll, Talk and Armageddon!
Ground Zero Live is a three hour live broadcast originating from KXL in Portland, OR. Hosted by Radio Veteran Clyde Lewis, Ground Zero is truly independent media and covers the spectrum of fortean/parnormal and the parapolitical.
The storm will be used as an example of political prowess and ingenuity to lessen the blow and many people will believe whatever they are told by a media that has been controlled by the CIA and black ops operations since as early as 1975.
The Masters of the CIA developed a framework for creating and distributing intelligence and information through disinformation during declared war there are information controls in place that are used to condition the populace into believing certain elements to a story that they feel are important. These stories are not necessarily lies, they just aren’t exactly truth. They are effective enough to be infused into the public psyche. In order to condition results there needs to be attempts at breaking mental barriers. This is done through a series of traumatic events or trigger moments where inner dears are brought to the surface and then buried below the consciousness level. It is the gradual process of rewiring the human mind to accept suggestions from those who appear to have authority.
Television and movies have utilized mind control techniques to heighten or influence audience response. It also insinuates credibility to any argument. There have been many instances where predictive programming approximates events that change the way we view or futures and our safety. When there is an intentional triggering to get a response from critical mass it can be chilling and at times very funny to watch how this is done.
There were many trigger words used during reports of hurricane Irene like “Monster,” “Storm of the Century” but one word that was not used was “Overrated.” The other words however were enough to cause people all over the country to watch, pray, and reporters to do all sorts of stupid things.
WTTG Fox D.C. reporter Tucker Barnes braved the beach at Ocean City, Maryland to give a live report of the wind and water power of Hurricane Irene. Barnes was standing in the wind being pelted with what he thought was thick viscous sea foam. He commented that it had a sandy consistency, smelled awful, and tasted equally bad. It turned out that the Sea Foam was really raw sewage being churned into buttery foam. Needless to say the reporter was showing us that sometimes coverage in the news is nothing but shit.
The reporters in the studio had commented that what they were seeing was similar to a show on the Nickelodeon network, where people are routinely “slimed” on television shows. Nickelodeon is a television network for children. It produces some of the most watched educational television and cartoons on cable. Some of their most popular shows include “Spongebob Squarepants”, “Blues Clues” “Dora the explorer” and many others.
The other day I was watching Spongebob with my fiancés 5 year old Liam. There was a marathon on and a guilty pleasure is that porous annoying little guy flipping crabby patties. During the commercial breaks there was a commercial that after watching had me wondering about the brainwashing and conditioning that children receive hidden in network TV.
|Google Building 7 | Investigate 9-Eleven|
Support Cognitive Dissonance and Rnews
at our small growing Zazzle line