We know not to trust everything we see and hear on TV, but do you ever wonder just how much misinformation we are being fed? What’s the extent of it? What is really real?
Would you believe that many of the people you see on the news are actors, paid to stage events and aftermaths for TV consumption? Would it surprise you to learn that well-known footage from prominent world events was actually digitally created, all part of a staged drama, used to sway the TV-watching public into accepting profitable wars and supporting an agenda of centralizing global government? Or that even the supposedly random lottery draws you see on TV, which give millions of people hope they may one day be free of the confines of our controlled society, are actually rigged?
The suppression and manipulation of information has always been a tool used by controlling regimes. And in today’s digital age, it is only the medium that has changed; today dictators, terrorists, riots, and revolutions are beamed into our living rooms as part of on-going psychological warfare against the masses; a war on our consciousness itself.
This series of eye-opening video clips will make you distrust everything you see on TV, or better yet, switch it off entirely. Can you trust what you see?
Can You Trust What You See?
Before we examine real examples of mainstream media’s digital deceptions, this first clip reveals the amazing capabilities of computer generated graphics, proving that what you see is not always what you get — no matter how realistic it might appear.
Winning Lottery Number Appears On Screen Before It Is Even Drawn
In this clip from a live broadcast of Powerball EuroMillions, an apparent glitch in the system of deception results in one of the winning lottery numbers appearing on screen before it is even drawn — much to the apparent discomfort of the on-screen presenter.
Are those winning balls, which generate millions in private revenue each week, randomly extracted or deliberately inserted? And what of the elated ‘winner’ footage we see after major jackpots? Does anyone actually win, or is that also staged for TV to keep hopeful entrants coming back to empty their pockets each week?
In this clip you will see a paid ‘crisis actor’ appearing on CNN News, playing the role of witness and victim to the 2012 Aurora Theater shooting. How do we know he is an actor? He forgot to portray his supposed shoulder injury entirely, and is seen here waving his arms wildly as he describes his supposed ordeal to reporters. See for yourself…
In this first video, a technical glitch with the CG image causes the wing of the supposed airliner to disappear momentarily, then magically reappear, before striking the WTC tower.
In this video, you will see indisputable proof that the Sandy Hook shootings were yet another false-flag event, including evidence of edited “green screen” cinematography that was broadcast as “live” on-site news footage, and — proving his informed complicity in the Sandy Hook false flag — footage of Barack Obama being mistakenly photographed before the press with one of the media’s most well-publicized “victims”, 6 year old “Emilee”, several days after her supposed death.
The truth is, you can’t trust what you see on TV. None of it. You can’t trust the people you see on TV, and you certainly can’t trust the people who own, regulate and benefit from what you see — be it politically, socially or financially.
What you can be sure of is that the mainstream corporate-owned and government-regulated media is waging a deliberate war on our collective consciousness, beaming fear-inducing images of terrorism and deception right into our living rooms. These deceptions have shaped the way we think, the way we vote, and the way we allow our taxes to be spent. We have allowed wars to be declared in our name, countries to be overthrown and trillion dollar military operations to be funded at our expense — and all based on the imagery of simple yet fallible computer graphics.
They don’t call it the “idiot box” for nothing.
Switch it OFF.