LIBERTY THROUGH LANGUAGE: A Project To Shine The Light Of Truth On The Dark Euphemisms We Encounter Daily (SLICE 9)

in education •  last year

This series aims to increase liberty by helping people understand the true meaning of sinister statist deceptions.

Television (TELL-LIE-VISION) – One of the most potent psychological weapons ever devised.  An electronic device that receives a signal and transmits that signal to humans in the form of images and sound.  The signal can come from anywhere in the world but is generally sent from a very limited number of large corporations.  Television was the first mass communication device that allowed a single image and audio message to be received by entire populations from a single source.  It makes possible the standardization of beliefs, ideologies, thought processes, values, morals, and social norms.  It also makes possible the degradation of imagination.  It is also used to make people believe lies and to disbelieve truth.    

Program – A video and audio broadcast on television used to program the minds of the humans who are viewing and listening to the broadcast.  They’re used to standardize beliefs, ideologies, thought processes, values, social norms, and morals.  Used to degrade the imagination.  Used to make people believe lies and disbelieve truth.  Can be in a fictional or quasi-fictional format.    

News – A quasi-fictional television program used for psychological warfare purposes.  It generally aims to program humans with a false sense of how the world really operates.  News is also used to manipulate emotions and influence opinions.  Also, to a lesser degree, it is used to degrade the attention span of humans.    

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Thank you for the post. This subject can always use more light.

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Wow, great work! Thanks so much.

You might appreciate the works of Alfred Korzybski, the founder of general semantics. His work predates television, but the methods he elucidates upon are definitely in use on the TV. His concepts led to the E-Prime language, NLP, and influenced William S Boroughs works. Language guides though!


Excellent recommendation! I'll definitely look into Alfred's work.

Why are onscreen keyboards better for you? Is it because they are smaller and less movement? Is pushing a button harder than touching a screen? Have you looked into thinks like corded keyboards?
Python is probably the easiest to use with audio typing because of the lack of non-alpha-numeric keys. I think you are on the right track.
I know a dyslexic Physcology professor at an engineering school that dabbles in coding and is a big Dragon user. I'll ask him.

with television he was cheated half the world