I started being disturbed by commercials from Cox Cable when I saw the same commercial was being shown over and over again, like a weird sort of programming.
So I decided to sit down and really WATCH this commercial.
What I discovered is that Cox is a totally evil Illuminati-led company which not only brainwashes, but enjoys laughing at its suckers...er, excuse me, customers.
The Cox Gigablast commercial promises a big change to the Internet.
The big change?
You'll be able to print your food from your computer!
Of course that is a big LIE, you'll be able to do no such thing, but Cox likes to mention nonsense over the airwaves as part of an operation (whose name I don't yet know) based on mentioning so much nonsense over the media that the human mind melts into non-criticality, accepting EVERYTHING that comes across the TV...and forgetting it just as fast.
So this kid of indeterminate gender comes on the TV and promises nonsense.
The rest of the commercial consists of everyday people enjoying all types of groovy, crazy looking food they have printed out on their computers.
The commercial is sheer nonsense, but it attacks the brain at a subconscious level.
To begin with, it is nonsense, that you are supposed to watch with a straight face.
Secondly, and more ominously, the word 'food' figures prominently.
It's the first time I got the gist Cox was laughing at us.
With a gigantic food crisis coming, Cox is celebrating "food, glorious food" (as it is sung in the song) and celebrates abundant eating.
Soon there won't be any food. Cox is celebrating what we have less and less of. HA HA HA. Well, i guess you have to be an Illuminati to see the humor in that one.
But it is promising your subconscious, if you have Cox Gigabyte, you'll never go hungry, a cornucopia of food will be printed right at home!
COX GIGABLAST COMMERCIAL
And, like I said, the new media training is un-criticallity or absent minded acceptance of whatever comes over the TV or media.
The campaign extends into YouTube as well, where the incredible and unbelievable is being broadcast wholesale (and linked to some well known alternate media websites) as truth.
Some sample of the above are a flying motorcycle, a set of mechanical flying wings which allow the user to fly like a bird and a ship which disappeared in the 1920's appearing floating and intact off the coast of Cuba.
In fact there are entire 'news' websites DEDICATED to putting out LIES without making any retractions - this is called the new type of 'humor.'
The website RENSE is big on linking a lot of these articles as spectacular and truthful stories.
OK. Cox Gigablast Commercial #2.
The second Gigablast commercial is even more cynical and threatening.
Nobody even knows exactly how the Internet will change through Gigablast.
My guess is it won't change at all.
All that extra bandwith will probably just be eaten up by ads, commercials and spyware from the Federal Government.
Which brings me to the song of this second Cox Gigabyte commercial.
You see, Cox Cable KNOWS all that bandwith will be used to to SPY on you BIG TIME, not only through Internet use, but through Smart Meters, Smart Homes, Alarm Systems and the Internet of Things.
They KNOW Gigablast will be used for this.
So listen to the words of the (Rose Murphy) song for this commercial:
"Peekaboo, I see you,
Don't you try to hide from you know who
I see you"
Yep, Gigablast will ultimately be all about seeing YOU, and Cox knows it.
And it makes fun of the fact in front of all of its sheep customers.
Oh, and what is the commercial about? What does it promise?
Holographic gaming right in your living room - yes, you'll be chased by monsters right there in your house.
Needless to say another LIE meant to further the non-criticality programming.
The commercial is nonsense, but Cox gets to take another dig at a customer and population base it obviously despises.
Don't even TRY to hide.
You-Know-Who can see you.
Again, this commercial, like all the Cox commercials is on over and over and over again.
People I talk to remember the commercial...but for the life of them they can never remember what the commercial is advertising.
A third example of this new type of programming is the PRISM TV commercial for CenturyLink.
I would call this another sheeple commercial.
I guess they psychologists and scientist have judged the general population to be so sheep-like that they decided to use a big, threatening, bearded, terrorist-looking fat man as their spokesman.
Make no mistake about it. This guy is threatening, even though he speaks in a calm, soothing voice.
And his quiet Zen-like voice has a more calm-before-the-storm or dormant volcano type effect than open friendliness.
And yeah, you don't want this guy losing it within 20 feet of you, because he looks like a serial killer.
The psychological trick is obvious: the sheep respect and obey threatening authority figures instead of turning away from them in disgust.
"So, let's try a quietly threatening man to put the sheep in their place and make them pay attention to the commercial."
Remember, each one of these commercials are created through committees of psychological experts after weeks if not months of meetings.
Every frame is carefully crafted for effect.
Nothing is an accident.