Monday, November 24, 2014

Random media questions (Powers that Be, Truth Tellers, New Sources, Paranormal TV) - Focus Sessions

By Lynn via Focus Sessions, 20 November 2014

Q. Dear Lynn, I read that the "powers that be" have successfully embedded their agenda into the psyche of the public via media for many years and that they even control the alternative media narrative to lure and identify those who oppose the nefarious agenda. Do they control the highly visible organizations like infowars, oathkeepers, or are these alternative news sources and groups authentic? If they are not authentic, then where can we find uncensored truth?
A. The first thing I get is that you are absolutely correct- the "Powers" have penetrated and control most of our media.  They censor what we are allowed to know.  IF the truth is leaked, it is done is such a way that it comes off as a joke, and typically the presenter is labeled as something less than respectable.

 Then I hear "Alex Jones may be a good guy at heart, but look how he is portrayed."  I get a message about in "real life" Alex is passionate about what he does, and the way he is shown is the media is completely sensationalized.  Alex is a frustrated man trying to spread truth while fighting a huge system.  He even realizes he comes across loud (and maybe obnoxious) at times, but he is SO frustrated (and the word SO is emphasized loudly in this message).  He wants to make change to a very broken system, but isn't sure how to go about doing it.

Then I get that the "Powers" will go so far as to interview people that are truth tellers to intentionally discredit them (I hear the name Jessie Ventura come up).  I see Jessie being taunted in the back of the studio by something being played on a tv set, then they bring him out on stage for the interview (while he is already upset and agitated) and then ask him questions without allowing him time to give his response while interrupting him constantly.  Jessie get so flustered by it, he shows a side of himself and says things in a way he normally wouldn't, but the media got their clip they wanted so they could play, and replay it over and over for the public to see. Then I see people high-fiving in a back office and I hear the phrase "one more taken down."

I also see that the government has an entire group of people dedicated to finding people trying to make change and shed truth.  Their job is to post comments that throw people off,discredit people and sway their audience.  The also put and create false information to make stories go away, and make distractions to steer people away from the real issues.  I want to use the words "damage control" as if that is even somewhere in this groups job title or job description.

Most every news source has some kind of influence, but the countries that have the least censorship, have more genuine news (you still need to use your own filter to see what feels truthful).   Many times you will hear a story, and if it doesn't sit right, or feels off- trust that it is.  We are given clues to truth, but not the full truth.  Alternative sources are good to get your brain going (and force your mind to exercise out of the mainstream).  And I am left with the phrase "Look with your eyes."  People can say many things, but proof is in their actions.

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