Are You A Zombie? The system’s war against consciousness

Alex Jones & Paul Joseph Watson

Are you a zombie? Do you react instinctively to external stimulus without engaging in thought? Are your opinions of what happens in the world shaped by your own intuition and knowledge or by television and mass media? Are you trapped in a state of consciousness that more closely resembles sleep than waking reality?

Chances are that if you are reading this article you don’t consider yourself a zombie, but make no mistake about it, you are surrounded by them. Some of them may be your co-workers, friends or even your family members.

America is fast turning into a zombie nation and it didn’t happen by accident, it happened by design.

The system has declared war on human consciousness. Using every tool available to them, the controllers have set about trying to create through behavioral modification and social engineering a race of beings who more closely resemble fictional zombies than actual properly functioning people.

They have achieved this primarily through the medium of television. As Steve Watson explains in his article, The Idiot Box: How TV Is Turning Us All Into Zombies, studies have confirmed that watching television or even having it on in the background actually impairs brain development in children – damaging their ability to learn cognitive thinking and develop language as well as increasing their chances of developing ADHD and social problems.

Television programs watched by children increase aggressive tendencies while decreasing attention spans, creating a zombie-like reactionary mindset that represents the antithesis of true knowledge and enlightenment.

For adults, television has been proven to alter consciousness by reducing brain activity to below Delta frequency, ensuring that critical thinking is bypassed and whatever message being pushed is emotionally embraced with total disregard for any form of logic.

Watching television also has the effect of releasing endorphins which act as a kind of happy sedative for the viewer, putting them in a trance-like state wherein they become highly suggestible and compliant to brainwashing.

This is why there is just as much propaganda if not more embedded in fictional television shows compared to news programs. In 2006, the Fox network admitted they were inserting messages into sitcoms and dramas as a form of social engineering to make viewers accept the reality of man-made global warming rhetoric.

More recently it was reported that U.S. taxpayers would fund a multi-million dollar effort to have television shows made in Hollywood promote ObamaCare in their storylines.

Television is the modern-day equivalent of Plato’s allegory of the cave. The zombies are beholden to a projection of reality completely manufactured by the controllers. Instead of debating real issues, the zombies can only debate the intricacies of soap operas, sports, or partisan politics which is merely another form of the soap opera in a contrived political context.

TV also projects a false culture on the western world and indoctrinates the viewer that the bizarre, animalistic and decadent behavior they see is normal and should be emulated.

The role of TV is not only to manipulate behavior and opinion, it is to fill the viewer with a sense of self-loathing, inadequacy and worthlessness.

This plays into the controllers’ plan to portray humanity as a cancerous plague upon the earth – much like a horde of zombies – that should at best be micromanaged, dominated and enslaved, and at worst simply eliminated altogether.

Death and decadence are promoted at every opportunity. This attitude was encapsulated most recently by television host Bill Maher when he said that the media should “promote death” – through encouraging abortion, suicide and the death penalty – because there are too many people on the planet.

We are constantly bombarded with the myth that there are too many of us on the earth, that human life is not precious, and that we are pointless scum with no destiny or purpose in our lives. This culture of death is repeatedly rammed down our throats.

This is nothing less than a deliberate ploy to make the zombie accept the notion that he has no dignity and can be rolled over and enslaved at any point.

This culture of death is also contributing to an evisceration of human empathy. How many stories have you seen over the last few years of people simply walking by and ignoring someone who is lying dead or dying in the street pleading for help? We are being zombiefied by being disconnected from our human emotions. The things that separate humans from animals – love, compassion and caring – are under constant attack.

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