Not every conspiracy is a theory; Black people are being mass manipulated.
"Just because truth has been omitted, does not mean that truth is not true. Just because reality has not been perceived, does not mean that it is not real”.
Since 2007 I have been unrelentingly engaged in the dissemination of information asserting that as a means of maintaining its white dominance and control, the US government has been using perception management techniques against its Black population. It is a media driven program that manipulates Black people to accept white dominance over their lives by subjecting them to seeing only the fraudulent worst within themselves– while implying that they trust and admire only whites. A massive psychosocial program I refer to as the Black Matrix: a modern covert method of defending the white statuesque against its emerging Black Populous. While most Black readers intuitively already felt this was happening and therefore fully agreed with my articles, some, however, responded that my articles require authentication or verification by an expert to be quantified.
The following information is presented to meet such a need. It quantifies that mass manipulating perception management programs are very real and routinely used by the U.S. Government to promote its governmental objectives.
There are in fact many quantifying examples supporting the contention that the U.S. government pursues secret agenda’s; and that these agenda’s are often met by using mass manipulating perception management programs. Former CIA official Philip Giraldi in his article, “The Rogue Nation,” makes it clear that the U.S. government has a hegemonic agenda that it is pursuing without congressional or public awareness. The agenda’s big picture is not understood by the public or by most in Congress. Giraldi asserts that the agenda is illegal under both U.S. and international law, but that the illegality of the agenda does not serve as a barrier.
In the February issue of the American Behavioral Scientist, a scholarly journal, Professor Lance DeHaven-Smith writes that state crimes against democracy (SCAD) involve government officials, often in combination with private interests that engage in covert activities in order to implement an agenda. Examples include McCarthyism or the fabrication of evidence of communist infiltration, the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution based on false claims of President Johnson and Pentagon chief McNamara that North Vietnam attacked a U.S. naval vessel. And during the Cold War when the Pentagon sent undercover US journalists to Russia and Eastern Europe to write pro-American articles for local media outlets. More recently, the US government has used perception management techniques to promote the belief that Iraq possessed weapons of mass destruction in order to justify the U.S. invasion of Iraq. This misperception that Hussein was responsible for the Twin Tower terrorist attacks was very persistent, despite all the evidence suggesting that no link existed. Perception management programs are important in gaining public support of a military operation against an enemy.
[According to the article "The Man Who Sold The War" by James Bamford, a recent edition of Rolling Stone magazine, John Rendon and his Rendon Group, the leader in strategic field of perception management, was awarded 16 million contract from the Pentagon "to target Iraq and other adversaries with propaganda. The Rendon firm has been very influential in creating the conditions necessary to justify the war in Iraq. And it has had close ties with the US government ever since 1991, when the CIA hired the firm to help "create the conditions for the removal of Hussein from power."]
Perception management includes all actions used to influence the attitudes and objective reasoning of foreign audiences and consists of Public Diplomacy, Psychological Operations (PSYOPS), Public Information, Deception and Covert Action. The Department of Defense describes "perception management" as a type of psychological operation intended to provoke the behavior you want out of a given individual or targeted group collectively. It is supposed to be directed at foreign audiences, and involves providing or discarding information to influence their emotions, motives, and objective reasoning in a way that is favorable to the originator of the information. The main goal is to influence friends and enemies, provoking them to engage in the behavior that you want.
Perception management can be used as a propaganda strategy for controlling how people view political events. This practice was refined by US intelligence services as they tried to manipulate foreign populations, but it eventually made its way into domestic US politics as a tool to manipulate public opinion. Beginning in the 1950s, more than 800 news and public information organizations and individuals carried out assignments to manage the public’s perception of the CIA, according to the New York Times. By the mid-80s, CIA Director William Casey had taken the practice to the next level: an organized, covert "public diplomacy" apparatus designed to sell a governmental objective. Sometimes it involved so-called "white propaganda", stories and op-eds secretly financed by the government. But they also went "black", pushing false story lines, such as how the Sandinistas were actually anti-Semitic drug dealers. That campaign included altered photos and blatant disinformation dispersed by public officials as high as the “then” president himself. The term "perception management" is not new to the lexicon of government language. The US military has demonstrated using perception management multiple times in modern warfare. It has continued to pursue actively a course of perception management about the Iraq War. During the ongoing Iraq war the US military covertly paid Iraqi newspapers to print stories written by US soldiers; these stories were geared towards enhancing the appearance of the US mission in Iraq.
The U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) sums it up: “Perception management through propaganda is the deliberate, systematic attempt to shape perceptions, and direct behavior of a population to achieve responses that furthers the desired intent of the Government.” Perception Management programs uses propaganda as a form of communication, to further a political agenda, aimed at influencing the attitude of a community toward some cause or position. It is used to purposeful persuade and/or influence the emotions, attitudes, opinions, and actions of a community, population, or specified target audiences for ideological, and or political purposes through the controlled transmission of one-sided messages (which may or may not be factual) via mass and direct media channels. It combines truth projection, operations security, cover and deception, and psychological operations. Although perception management programs are specifically defined as being limited to foreign audiences, critics of the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) charge that it also engages in domestic perception management.
Only the very ill-informed or very naive could believe that the U.S. government would not employ these same proven covert perception management programs to meet its unrelenting objective of maintaining its white dominance and control.
Presently, as a means of ensuring that white dominance and control is maintained, Black people are being made to see themselves through lens secretly assigned to them by government sponsored perception management propaganda programs. The United States media’s distorted portrayal of Black America that amplifies the negative to the point that it distorts reality is more than just biased media reports. They function as a media manipulation psychosocial propaganda program. It is deployed through massive propaganda campaigns that devalue African Americans. The “Mainstreaming” of negative images of Black people within the United States has been an on-going phenomenon for the past 40 years. The concept of mainstreaming is important to U.S. Government, because it creates conditioned responses in a population for eventualities to unfold without opposition or resentment:
Nightly newscasts reinforce seemingly pre-conditioned response of resentment and prejudicial images of Black people in the majority population, thereby creating a false impression of wanton Black criminality and violence.