A Proper Gander At Propaganda


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This website exists to serve as public resource for reverse imagineering world-wide culture, one that takes a critical look at the numerous artifacts and other types of relics that represent our shared collective international heritage. This blog is dedicated to examining social engineering and the use of tax funded governmental propaganda, and the mainstream media, as international human resource management tools.

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Henry III and the Communication of Power - Dr Benjamin Wild


The Apocalypse of The Divine Power of Art


Video Lecture: Henry III and the Communication of Power - Dr Benjamin Wild

"This lecture considers how Henry used art to justify monarchy at the dawn of what is commonly termed the parliamentary state."

source: GreshamCollege

“Against the backdrop of King Johns ignominy and the political challenge posed by Magna Carta, which encouraged demands for greater representation in parliament, King Henry III used art, architecture and apparel to exalt his authority and to communicate his divinely-ordained status on a scale never previously seen in England.”

via: GreshamCollege


The Birth of Modern Theatreland: Covent Garden and the Two Theatres Royal - Professor Simon Thurley

“London is home to two of the oldest working theatres in the world both founded by Charles IIs patents. They shaped a whole quarter of London, and continue to do so today. In a second lecture on Buildings in the West End of London, Professor Thurley looks at the significance and impact of these great institutions on the development of London.”