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"Authoritarian personality is a state of mind or attitude characterized by belief in absolute obedience or submission to one's own authority, as well as the administration of that belief through the oppression of one's subordinates. It usually applies to individuals who are known or viewed as having an authoritative, strict, or oppressive personality towards subordinates."
"Theodor W. Adorno, Else Frenkel-Brunswik, Daniel Levinson, and Nevitt Sanford theorized about a personality type that involved the "potentially fascistic individual". They labeled it the "authoritarian personality" based on earlier writings by Erich Fromm that used this term. Because the historical influences for their theory included the rise of fascism in the 1930s, World War II, and the Holocaust, a main component of the "authoritarian personality" is being susceptible to anti-Semitic ideology and anti-democratic political beliefs. Their large body of research (known as the Berkeley studies) focused mainly on prejudice within a psychoanalytic/psychosocial theoretical framework (i.e., Freudian and Frommian)."
DIVIDE & CONQUER
"Alfred Adler provided another perspective, linking the "will to power over others" as a central neurotic trait, usually emerging as aggressive over-compensation for felt and dreaded feelings of inferiority and insignificance. According to this view, the authoritarian's need to maintain control and prove superiority over others is rooted in a worldview populated by enemies and empty of equality, empathy, and mutual benefit."
Me vs You/You vs Me: Identity Political Divides Keep Us All as Sheep
Gender identity is nothing new. Religious identity and other cultish thinking has long been fostered by shepherds of one kind or another. UFOs are artifacts of religion.
1610s, from French charlatan "mountebank, babbler" (16c.), from Italian ciarlatano "a quack," from ciarlare "to prate, babble," from ciarla "chat, prattle," perhaps imitative of ducks' quacking. Related: Charlatanism; charlatanical; charlatanry."
Religions and other artificial constructs are used to maintain social order by means of division. All Christians are "half Jewish" in terms of culture as the Old Testament is the book of the Hebrew people, and Jesus and all his associates were Jewish. Skin color, religious background and so-called "Nationality" are all tools used to keep us mentally divided and conquered.
It's funny but I can't help but notice how the editors of wikipedia seem to be obsessed with pointing out a person's jewish background. What this has anything to do with anything but some kind of propaganda meme and theme is beyond me. It seems obvious to me that antisemitism is something promoted by the mainstream media noise machine itself.
In 1937, the Rockefeller Foundation started funding research to find the effects of new forms of mass media on society, especially radio. Several universities joined up and a headquarters was formed at the School of Public and International Affairsat Princeton University. The following people were involved:
- Paul Lazarsfeld – Director of the Radio Project
- Theodor Adorno – Chief of the Music Division
- Hadley Cantril – A psychologist at Princeton University's Department of Psychology
- Gordon Allport – Another of Lazarsfeld's assistants, went on to be the Tavistock Institute's leading representative in the United States.
- Frank Stanton –A researcher from CBS sent to help the project. He went on to become president of CBS.
The Radio Project also conducted research on the infamous Halloween broadcast of The War of the Worlds in 1938. Of the estimated 6 million people who heard this broadcast, they found that 25% accepted the program's reports of mass destruction. The majority of these did not think they were hearing a literal invasion from Mars, but rather an attack by Germany. The researchers determined that radio broadcasts from the Munich Crisis may have lent credence to this supposition.
A third research project was that of listening habits. Because of this, a new method was developed to survey an audience – this was dubbed the Little Annie Project. The official name was the Stanton-Lazarsfeld Program Analyzer. This allowed one not only to find out if a listener liked the performance, but how they felt at any individual moment, through a dial which they would turn to express their preference (positive or negative). This has since become an essential tool in focus group research.
Theodor Adorno produced numerous reports on the effects of "atomized listening" which radio supported and of which he was highly critical. However, because of profound methodological disagreements with Lazarsfeld over the use of techniques such as listener surveys and "Little Annie" (Adorno thought both grossly simplified and ignored the degree to which expressed tastes were the result of commercial marketing), Adorno left the project in 1941."
FYI: SATELLITES ARE FAKE
"Radio amateurs conducted the first successful transatlantic tests in December 1921, operating in the 200 meter mediumwaveband (1500 kHz)—the shortest wavelength then available to amateurs. In 1922 hundreds of North American amateurs were heard in Europe at 200 meters and at least 30 North American amateurs heard amateur signals from Europe. The first two-way communications between North American and Hawaiian amateurs began in 1922 at 200 meters. Although operation on wavelengths shorter than 200 meters was technically illegal (but tolerated as the authorities mistakenly believed at first that such frequencies were useless for commercial or military use), amateurs began to experiment with those wavelengths using newly available vacuum tubes shortly after World War I."
TOP SECRET REVEALED: RADIO WAVES ARE NATURALLY OCCURING
"A radio atmospheric signal or sferic (sometimes also spelled "spheric") is a broadband electromagnetic impulse that occurs as a result of natural atmospheric lightning discharges. Sferics may propagate from their lightning source without major attenuation in the Earth-Ionosphere waveguide, and can be received thousands of kilometers from their source. On a time-domain plot, a sferic may appear as a single high-amplitude spike in the time-domain data. On a spectrogram, a sferic appears as a vertical stripe (reflecting its broadband and impulsive nature) that may extend from a few kHz to several tens of kHz, depending on atmospheric conditions."