Infotainment–the containment of the mind via endless media barrages, John Whitehed, Esq. commentary on”humilitainment”

John Whitehead, author of A Government of Wolves, is a US Constitutional attorney, and the man who brought us the concept of a two tiered society. He is also a keen social observer and critic of the modern police state that has grown up around democracies everywhere, none of which are democracies any longer.

The failure of the Great Experiment in American democracy has now as its closing chapter and final hallmark the rampant surveillance capitalism that primarily targets the lower tier with constant surveillance, while enabling only a political elite that profit from it’s preemptive “intelligence led predictive policing” model adopted from Britains National Intelligence model–brutal police practices, and databases of division–the exact insane concepts that Nazi’s used, now applied to Americans, and delivered by the injection of Big Tech platforms.

All of that, intercepted at the internet switch by government agencies and Fusion Centers–it destroys any potential for democratic voice before it can cross the internet cable, and sends real time bullies to target, harass, entrap and monitor speakers offline too.

John Whitehead has long written about just that at the Rutherford Institute. Take a look at his thoughts on the absurdities involved in mass-programming the minds of those who still labor under the illusion that what they see on a computer screen echoes some kind of freedom off of that screen–it doesn’t in any way–the US is staging bio-weapons laboratories all over the world right now, and not a peep out of any news show about it.

John Whitehead’s Commentary

Humilitainment: How to Control the Citizenry Through Reality TV Distractions

By John W. Whitehead & Nisha Whitehead

March 28, 2022

John Whitehead

Big Brother does not watch us, by his choice. We watch him, by ours…. When a population becomes distracted by trivia, when cultural life is redefined as a perpetual round of entertainments, when serious public conversation becomes a form of baby-talk, when, in short, a people become an audience, and their public business a vaudeville act, then a nation finds itself at risk; culture-death is a clear possibility.”—Professor Neil Postman

Once again, the programming has changed.

Like clockwork, the wall-to-wall news coverage of the latest crisis has shifted gears.

We have gone from COVID-19 lockdowns to Trump-Biden election drama to the Russia-Ukraine crisis to the Ketanji Brown Jackson confirmation hearings to Will Smith’s on-camera assault of comedian Chris Rock at the Academy Awards Ceremony.

The distractions, distortions, and political theater just keep coming.

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