How do you make something vigorously opposed (unwarranted and dangerous body scanners, and geo-engineering toxic chemtrails) a non-event that is pushed into the background? You work it into the mainstream by depicting it as cool or funny. Modern day entertainment is full of examples of the glorification of ignorance. The result is that people are encouraged to make fun of education and to think it’s cool to be stupid.
Forget that we not only have annecdotal evidence of chemtrail spraying with thousands and thousands of photos and videos, but we also have scientists on the ground measuring the chemical effects of the rainwater as evidenced in the film “What In the World Are They Spraying?“. John P Holdren, Obama’s science czar wrote about the benefits of geo-engineering in the early 70′s in his book EcoScience and even made a statement about it at one of his first press conferences after being named the science czar saying that “it needs to be on the table”. We also know that Ben Livingston who is known as the “Father of Weather Weapons” said that he piloted hundreds of flights with the goals of steering hurricanes and others. But now there is even a highly detailed cost analysis authored by Aurora flight sciences about aerosolized geo-engineering. Could we have a detailed cost analysis with demonstrations and examples of multiple types of craft and dispersion methods without test flights?
The bottom line is that the Pentagon’s budget for propaganda is limitless and all the major networks participate in it through situation placement on mainstream television shows. Dean Haglund of the X-Files and Lone Gunmen said in an interview that the CIA were at cast parties pitching plot ideas to the producers! See this Mother Jones article about how the Pentagon pressures filmmakers into showing the military in a good light, even threatening to hurt your favorite charity if you don’t cave like with Clint Eastwood and Toys for Tots.
In the end, I guess being stupid is all that matters in order to be a good American! Shut up, drink your beer and watch your football!
In almost every act of our lives, whether in the sphere of politics or business, in our social conduct or our ethical thinking, we are dominated by the relatively small number of persons [...] who understand the mental processes and social patterns of the masses. It is they who pull the wires that control the public mind, who harness old social forces and contrive new ways to bind and guide the world.
–Edward Bernays (Propaganda 1928)