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bobthedrummer Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Jan-06-06 10:21 PM
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Reality vs. perception management: the tinfoil controversy
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There have been quite a few threads on the general topic of tinfoil or conspiracy theory.

The fact is that the neo-conservatives comprising the "shadow government" of the George W. Bush administration employ perception management.

The DOD Dictionary loosely links it to psychological operations (PSYOPS) as well as cover and deception.

The Rendon Group is a good example of perception management.

The bottom line is that the advocates of perception management don't give a damn about reality.
That's what we're up against.

Imo it's historical use by totalitarian regimes has led to a new form of fascism in our nation.

Any comments on perception management as practiced by the administration would be appreciated.

I'll be adding some additional links to this thread.

They (the shadow government) all lied to US and the world, that's going on 24/7.
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