Mind control

Dear Editor:

It appears, now, that mind control has been at work over the decades, and especially since 2008. It is a technique I call “hopenotism,” or “hopenosis,” a form of hypnosis. The technique is extremely effective. By having a visual aid of someone standing in front of the media cameras, and repeating the words “hope,” and “change,” or similar variants, over and over again, certain brains immediately suspend all judgment, and no longer require any more evidence of what the “hope” or “change” being offered actually means, and are brainwashed by the words themselves, combined with a need to be controlled which is being taken advantage of. The more repetitions of these word that were made, the more certain brains were “rewired” to believe lies, and believe evil is good, up is down and wrong is right, and to look to the source of the brainwashing as their masters. The government has been utilizing this technique (through the “hope” and “change” the two party system has been using successfully for many decades), and has finally perfected it given the vast numbers of blindly loyal subjects federal, state and local governments now have to control. The sad thing is that it takes a large dose of truth, reality and logic to begin to free these subject’s minds from the brainwashing, and to rewire their logic pathways … that is, unless they have been turned to mush, which evidence suggests happens with prolonged denial of reality … that of repeating the same thing over and over each election cycle, but expecting a different result, or “hope” for “change.” This is a serious threat to the national security of this republic and its people, and it is hoped everyone will do their part to provide the cures of truth, reality and logic as liberally as possible among these tragic victims of government propaganda. The evidence of the “hopenosis” technique is everywhere, but like any other mind control addiction syndrome, denial is the greatest barrier that first must be conquered. Maybe now, we can have a small amount of compassion for those afflicted with this mind control technique, and work to reverse it.

Jeff Maehr

This story was posted on August 29, 2013.

One Response to Mind control

  1. Me

    August 30, 2013 at 8:47 am

    Amendment X

    The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor
    prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the STATES respectively, or to
    the people.