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“Television is NOT the Truth…”

21 April 2010 2 Comments


Here’s a dope audio clip I mixed down from one of my favorite movies television mind controlEVER: “Network” starring Faye Dunaway, Peter Finch and many others…it speaks for itself.

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juelz santana television mind control
>> See footage from the actual film…
>> Check out the FREE mixtape this audio clip is a part of…
>> Find out more about the movie Network
>> A video I did not to long ago going more in depth…
>> Learn to Kick Your Own Ass


  • Kendra said:

    Funny I should come across this today. Received your email about offering feedback and wanted to come back to the site and take in some more since I hadn’t got to read much yet.

    Anyway, I was going over some older poetry I’d written and came across one that touched on the exact same concept of the tell-a-lie-vision.

    Awesome clip and a reminder of why I’ve never been a tv watcher!

  • Bryan Ogilvie (author) said:

    NO DOUBT ;) I’m actually writing something similar to this concept…something about the importance of being who you are, because TV is one of the primary manipulators that keep us away from our authenticity…

    As long as people are manipulated to believe that something other than their authenticity is the desirable way to be they BECOME ROBOTIC CLONES WHO ARE EASY TO MANIPULATE, and this is why our world feels so whack at times…it’s because we’ve abdicated our ability to leave our own authentic imprint on the environment around us.

    If you’re not authentic, you can’t create your own reality; if you’re not an anomaly, you can’t alter the matrix. So Kendra, you’re right on the head with that TV issue.

    Here’s a couple more links you might be feeling:

    Your Natural Rights – An Introduction to Sovereign Thought:

    You’re Unique, So the First Thing You Have to Do Is Accept that You Won’t Be Accepted:


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