Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Know Your Propaganda - "False Dilemma" - What is It?

In the spirit of disclosure and revelation for our awakening population, I decided to do something special. For our entire lives, we have been lied to and manipulated for the benefit of a select few elitists. These elitists have used a series of deceptive and underhanded tactics of social control to blind us from the truth behind their twisted version of reality. My intent within this series of shorts is to reveal all of the methods of control employed by these manipulators.

The NDAA Legalizes the Use of Propaganda on United States Citizens - Commentary and Links, Plus an Interview with Dr. Udo Ulfkotte

There are hundreds of tactics used to make the us—general population—believe numerous lies about the world around us. Most of these tactics are quite literally centuries old. Yet still there are a good number of people who still fall for them every time these methods are used. My goal is to stop the cycle of manipulation, and if you share this goal I invite you to join me is this revelation.

We start with a manipulative tactic known as False Dilemma.

False Dilemma

(Also known as: false dichotomy*, the either-or fallacy, either-or reasoning, fallacy of false choice, fallacy of false alternatives, black-and-white thinking, the fallacy of exhaustive hypotheses, bifurcation, excluded middle, no middle ground, polarization)

Description: When only two choices are presented yet more exist, or a spectrum of possible choices exists between two extremes. False dilemmas are usually characterized by “either this or that” language, but can also be characterized by omissions of choices. Another variety is the false trilemma, which is when three choices are presented when more exist.

Logical Form:
Either X, Y, or Z is true.
Either X or Y is true.

Example (omission):
I thought you were a good person, but you weren’t at church today.

Explanation: The assumption here is that bad people don’t go to church. Of course, good people exist who don’t go to church, and good church-going people could have had a really good reason not to be in church—like a hangover from the swingers' gathering the night before.

At this point, we may be thinking of numerous examples of false dilemmas that we've seen used in modern society. It is typical that any controlling establishment will couple this method of false dilemma with the divide-and-conquer agenda. This is done so that a population remains in a state of division and self-conflict instead of realizing and solving the true origins of their problems. We can see this clearly in American society.
We have the fictitious dichotomies of Conservative vs. Liberal, men vs. women, gays and transsexuals vs. straight people, Democrats vs. Republicans, Blacks vs. Whites, and so on. In most recent times, we have one false dilemma that has been particularly traumatic for some Americans. This is that, "Either you mercilessly hate Donald Trump with all your might, or you're a racist." This is clearly ridiculous because in hating a hateful person, we waive the right to criticize. Instead, we become just like them, and may deserve just as much criticism as them.

Here are a few examples of other false dilemmas.

"Either you accept that Bruce/Caitlyn is the most important subject on TV, or you are a hater of all transgender people." A third possibility would be that the corporate media wants to manipulate the emotions of the people and cause them to fight one another without actually improving any aspect of society. We must also consider the possibility that Jenner mainly did this for the $500 million s/he will likely receive in endorsements, and that the whole situation was simply a Cabal scam and diversion.

"Either women must let authoritative French police tell them what to wear or they must let their authoritative husbands tell them what to wear." A third option would be that they stop pretending they are free until they themselves choose what they do and do not wear without any punishment or judgment from those who may disagree (though no offense intended toward religious beliefs that do respect human rights). By my observation, the Burkini story/ad was nothing more than pro-slavery propaganda.

"Either you love the fact of unlimited inflow of foreign refugees into a country, or you hate humanity." The third option is that we look at who funded, prepared for, and instigated the wars these people are trying to escape. We may then find those guilty of these crimes against humanity and enact actual justice upon the criminals, as opposed to mere damage control for world atrocity.

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When we blindly subscribe to the standards which television and corporate media hand us, a narrow and inaccurate perspective typically results. These sources have never served the people, but only the elitists who own these corporations. We could go further into the issue of the false dilemma, but I think the point is clear. The nature of possibility within any situation is virtually infinite. Anyone who attempts to convince a group that no other options exist beyond two or three, is typically untrustworthy and is likely attempting to satisfy some type of hidden agenda.

It is also possible that an individual could simply be narrow-minded and thought-controlled themselves. These people may parrot the false dilemma until they realize other possibilities exist. Whatever the case, false dilemma is a common tool among untrustworthy individuals. Whenever we see this tactic being used, it is always a good idea to take note and consider why they may be attempting to control the thought process of others.
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Reverse Speech Analysis - Dr. Steven Greer Accuses Wilcock, Goode, and Tompkins of being Mind-Controlled - Analysis by Tiffany Fontenot

The Anatomy of Propaganda – Examining Multiple Tactics of Psychological Manipulation in Media Today

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