Harmful If Swallowed
So Why is it that we impulsively and impetuously believe our favorite Hollywood stars, the media and almost every publication when they tell us how “bad” of a guy the President-elect is? Think about it. These relentless mainstream attacks only started flowing after Donald Trump was pitted against the DNC’s chosen one. Why did we robotically trust the people that told us polls showed Hillary having a 98% chance of winning without doing our own research? We’ll tell you why…
Never Accused Of ‘Racism’ Until Up Against Dems
Too many to count, is how it is described, when asking about how many fund raisers for the black community Trump has attended and donated to – in cahoots with the likes of prominent black men such as Jesse Jackson, Reverend Al Sharpton, Don King, Oprah Winfrey and many, many others.
From the early 80’s until now Donald Trump himself has given millions of dollars to such causes. He has attended black charity parties with George Forman, Mike Tyson, P. Diddy, Patrick Ewing, Jim Brown, Rosa Parks and Muhammad Ali.
Trump, Ali and Parks were among 80 people honored at NECO’s first awards ceremony on Ellis Island on Oct. 27, 1986. Trump was even one of those recipients of the “Ellis Island Award.”
In the 80’s and 90’s Trump has appeared on shows like Oprah, many times. More notably the most internet famous episode in the 1988 where Oprah told Trump that he sounded very “presidential” and asked Trump if “he would ever run for president.” Trump responded “I don’t think so, only if America was in big trouble would I run.”
Trump’s Public Battle Against Racism In The 90’s
Donald Trump was even celebrated in 1997 by prominent Jews and black figures when he fought tirelessly to open his Mar-a-Largo estate club to African Americans and Jews , who were traditionally barred from such clubs in the area.
The 1997 WSJ story that is linked shows in depth, the battles Trump faced as a new arrival to Palm Beach, including his new competition with the throwback social clubs of “the old order.” The story, which quotes Abe Foxman, the longtime head of the Anti-Defamation League, says, in part, the following:
“Mr. Trump approached the town council about lifting the restrictions that had been placed on the club. After the council refused to lift the restrictions, Mr. Trump filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court in Palm Beach, alleging that the town was discriminating against Mar-a-Lago, in part because he opened it to Jews and African-Americans. The suit seeks $100 million in damages.
Mr. Trump has elevated the issue of discriminatory policies at social clubs. “He put the light on Palm Beach,” Mr. Foxman says. “Not on the beauty and the glitter, but on its seamier side of discrimination. It has an impact.”
So in other words, in the 90’s Trump was literally battling racism and anti-Semitism in Palm Beach society. Using every legal tool at his disposal.
Trump Used His Private Jet To Help Transfer Dying Boy to Hospital
So what did you gullible folks think of Meryl Streep’s speech at the Golden Globes? Did you believe the actress as she entered into her “sad character” when taking about how “Donald Trump made fun of a disabled reporter.” Did you believe the blatantly in-charachter actress? Did you get emotional? Well guess what? This is just another one of the false media/Clinton claims that has been debunked many times , many months prior to the Golden Globes. Yet why do the citizen robot ‘sheeple’ amongst you not question anything these Hollywood elites tell you?
Keep reading, we’ll tell you why.
Have you heard from the Hollywood actors you love or CNN about the three-year-old boy Andrew Ten that needed to go to New York to receive some special medical attention? The airlines refused to board him because Ten required several different pieces of medical equipment on the flight that they couldn’t accommodate. Ten’s parents put in a call to Trump, who then dispatched his private jet to meet their pressing needs.
Ten’s father said of Trump:
“He is a good man. He has three children of his own and he knows what being a parent is all about.”
Donald Trump Sends Check To Disabled Girl’s Family
So Why Do You Impulsively Believe The Media And People Who Get Paid By You To Act?
It has to do with a mammals inherent instinct to basically conform. Humans are the only mammal that stay with their parents for multiple decades, instilling an instinct in us as over-coddled mammals that tell us to let other people handle our needs for us. A 2013 study by Gonzaga University proves to us that the oligopolistic U.S. mainstream media quite literally brainwashes viewers into believing everything that they tell them, just because they are on a screen, whether it be a tv or a computer screen. Never has it been before in history until now, that we actually have the power with the click of a mouse to combat the propaganda machine, and double check these claims for ourselves, but most of don’t. Here is the full study by Gonzaga University.
The population with the “Type B: Conformist Follower” type personality described here, tend to be more easily influenced by the media without questioning what they hear or see.
Unplugging From The Matrix
The good news is that we have the power to unplug. (Matrix reference alert.) The danger of this kind of constant propaganda is explained by Jacques Ellul in Propaganda: The Formation of Men’s Attitudes. Ellul writes:
To the extent that propaganda is based on current news, it cannot permit time for thought or reflection. A man caught up in the news must remain on the surface of the event; he is carried along in the current, and can at no time take a respite to judge and appreciate; he can never stop to reflect. There is never any awareness-of himself, of his condition, of his society-for the man who lives by current events. Such a man never stops to investigate anyone point, any more than he will tie together a series of news events…Propaganda addresses itself to that man; like him, it can relate only to the most superficial aspect of a spectacular event, which alone can interest man and lead him to make a certain decision or adopt a certain attitude.