Turn It OFF! The Massively Manipulative Marketing Meme

The Massively Manipulative Marketing Meme

By  Zen Gardner

Contributing Writer for Wake Up World

The massively manipulative marketing meme may seem to be common knowledge to most, but to what degree? Do people really see the depths and breadths these conniving controllers are willing to stoop to in order to control the mass mind according to their greedy, parasitic intentions?

Here are a few examples that will resonate and help plant your feet squarely in the camp of the observing enlightened. These exposures portray clearly what we’re witnessing daily in the constructed matricized world around us, and why we should steer clear of it.

First, an overview of the subtle yet obvious trickery of modern advertising.

Pay close attention!

It’s not as simple as it may appear and you’ll soon see these memes and themes all around you in a fresh and empowered fashion.

Turn it off at the source – you. With cutting off the TV will come and other channels of transmission which in turn will help identify other levels of this matrix program.

The Generic Brand –

How advertising works  –  “This is a generic brand video…”

Now an example of one item that was manipulated to be considered of value and again used to strip humanity of its energy and cause more misguided attention…

The Cleverly Constructed Diamond Illusion

How desire is manufactured “Sut Jhally breaks down the diamond myths for Morgan Spurlock’s film: The Greatest Movie Ever Sold”.

But let’s go deeper and see who exactly “fathered” this modern propaganda machine. A very clever, well connected bastard, Edward Bernays – and his ilk.

The Ways of Bernays and Social Programming

The integration of psychology & PR – “Nowadays Edward Bernays, often called ‘the Father of Public Relations’, remains a relatively obscure historical figure. His legacy, however, is thriving around the globe, and his techniques are found in everything from the food we eat to the things we believe. But who was this man, and how did he get his start? How did a nephew of Sigmund Freud use psychology to bend the will of the masses — and how does his legacy affect you today?”

The profound power of marketing and advertising is taken for granted in today’s society. People watch and listen as if they are immune to its clever intricacies.

Not so. Exposure to any form of this manipulative sorcery is toxic.

Stay free. Turn off the mainstream bullshit and avoid staring at advertising in any form. It’s very cleverly designed to affect us in every way possible, whether we think we’re aware of what’s going on or not.

Turn it all off.

Love, Zen

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About the author:

I have questions. Life is wonderful – full of amazing wonders that continue to unfold.  My quest for truth has given me new perspectives which lead to well springs of information that continue to inspire awe and wonder at the world we live in. Dare to explore and see what leaves you… just wondering. Love Zen.

Connect with Zen at  zengardner.com

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