If your mind spins every time you watch the news and makes it hard to concentrate, it’s intentional. “Crisis of now” means you never have time to think and makes mind control easier.
Next time you are in a social gathering, a cafe or even the local library take a look around you. Most people will have their heads down looking at smart-phones, tablets or computers.
Increasingly we absorb most of our information through the internet, news apps and web sites.
To put it mildly, it has not gone unnoticed by the powers that be that to keep the world’s population focussed on their messages it is much more effective if people always have something to worry about. Fear is the most effective way of controlling someone.
Have you noticed the never-ending conveyor belt in the mainstream news agenda of crisis, the crisis of now, which feeds you terrorism, disease, war, natural disaster – the list, intentionally, is endless.
The “crisis of now” involves an incessant, strategic bombardment of the population with a never-ending stream of contrived crises that demand immediate attention in the present.
This psychological bombardment is waged primarily via the mainstream media which assaults the viewer by the hour with images of violence, war, emotions and conflict.
Because the human nervous system is hard wired to focus on immediate threats accompanied by depictions of violence, mainstream media viewers have their attention and mental resources funneled into the never-ending “crisis of the NOW” from which they can never have the mental breathing room to apply logic, reason or historical context.
To protect the propaganda from scrutiny, no person is ever allowed the luxury of reflection. You are never allowed to stop and think for yourself.
Logic and reason are condemned. Critical thinking is derided. Historical context is obliterated by the repeated intrusion of the now, and whatever happened just a few short years or months ago is actively rejected (or memory holed) if it does not reinforce whatever present-day delusion is being pushed as “fact.”
Read more about the “crisis of now” here.