LONDON – England – The pro-EU indoctrination is so ingrained in the youth of Britain that it will take generations to counteract.
No one ever said during the EU referendum campaign that £350 million was going to go straight to the NHS, yet confused indoctrinated youth spouting slogans made up by the Remain campaign are adamant that that is what was said.
This is because of a process of constant repetition by chief Remain campaign programmers who operate to rally the easily controlled youth; 17 – 25, is the age range which we are seeing with the worst problems as not only are they profoundly naive about the EU, but they have been through the EU-centric education system and have been completely indoctrinated by European Union programmers over the years.
The figure, £350 million/week was part of the £19.1 billion gross figure that is sent to Brussels each year. To try and reason with any of these brainwashed Remain supporters is an impossible task such is the level of their mental conditioning. It was used during the campaign as a way of illustrating the amount of money that leaves these shores each week and not used on our own needs. Yet, the Remain side wished to skew this figure for their own means.
When a 17 year-old Remain protester says their college will lose funding because of Brexit, they do not realise that for every pound their college received, the UK had to send £2.50 in tax to Brussels. The majority of Remain supporters will not research or utilise individual logic, reasoning analysis to come to a decision, they will instead listen to the false information propaganda repeated over and over again until it rings true amongst the limited and stunted, naive followers who follow so blindly and without question.
Of course, there is also the group collective camaraderie variable to consider, where a group of youths will automatically follow others purely to be part of a group. This is called the herd mentality, and it is the job of the Remain campaign heads to herd the supporters and fuel them with further lies, building up the Marxist EU rhetoric and control technique to fever pitch.
In his 1928 book, Propaganda, Bernays writes of Lippmann’s predecessors Wilfred Trotter and Gustave Le Bon:
“Trotter and Le Bon concluded that the group mind does not think in the strict sense of the word. In place of thought it has impulses, habits and emotions. In making up its mind, its first impulse is to follow the example of a trusted leader. This is one of the most firmly established principles of mass psychology.”
The sheer level of EU Marxist programming within the educational system is immense, and it may take two or three generations to overcome. From primary to university, the British education system for the last 40 years has been Eurocentrically programming children to follow the EU blindly.
The Remain campaign also utilised pop culture brands as a way of swaying the opinion of the youth. By announcing that celebrities like Benedict Cumberbatch and Keira Knightley are for remaining in the EU, the controllers were playing on the youth’s inability to distinguish the separation of the actor’s persona in films and the individual. The people have been programmed to follow these ‘beautiful people’ and the way it makes their own mediocre lives seem more special accentuates their feeling of self worth therefore garnering their undying support.
By utilising celebrities and film stars, the youth can be controlled quite easily, even though, most actors and actresses know little of the machinations and political process of the EU, they play along because it is in their interests to garner further publicity. If one was to ask Keira Knightley who the president of the EU is, or what the European Commission is made up of, she would not have a clue, as much as the brainwashed Remain follower would.
Soviet Nazi Repetition techniques and mass hypnosis
We must also delve into the process of repetition. This propaganda technique is utilised by many regimes, from the soviet spectrum to the fascist. The remain campaign utilised this in conjunction with Project Fear, to a) scare people b) beat home the message on a scared population. Thankfully, Project Fear backfired as much of the scaremongering was revealed to be untrue. The repetitive feeding of messages however worked well on the majority of the Remain supporters, who are now so brainwashed by pro-EU propaganda, they cannot get out of it.
“The most brilliant propagandist technique will yield no success unless one fundamental principle is borne in mind constantly and with unflagging attention. It must confine itself to a few points and repeat them over and over. Here, as so often in this world, persistence is the first and most important requirement for success.” War Propaganda, in volume 1, chapter 6 of Mein Kampf (1925), by Adolf Hitler
The collective hypnosis on the Remain herd will have to be broken by someone, but it may be a task that is too great even for teams of trained psychoanalysts. How do you de-program people with such intense levels of programming?
The only answer is in time. Hopefully, over time the level of Marxist pro-EU brainwashing will subside. Unfortunately, these people are still being misled by Remain campaign controllers, and unless they stop their irresponsible control techniques on the weak and naive supporters, there will be no change any time soon. The mass hypnosis will continue for awhile. Until — click.