On the matter of subliminal images.
I can't get this post out of my mind. Sort of.
I guess that's what they mean by subliminal.
Do we even know what we are up against? When it has become good for big business in a global market to hate and fear Israel and the Jews then the world is on the brink.
The oil companies were bad enough and probably still are. But this is something different.
This is not something out of a single industry whose strategic interests were pretty much on the table for those who cared to look. Nor did it involve any suggestion of messing with people's minds beyond what comes with wielding enormous strategic power.
I have no doubt at all about the power of the abstract on the mind. Both with words and images.
It prompted this post that I cross post now. It features a video posted by Martin Leaf. As Mike said, a very interesting fella.
No way says Mike L and whatever Mike says should be heard with respect is what I say. Mull it over before you disagree. Mike is dead set wrong says some other guy and I get the feel the consensus is there is something sinister about the use of this image by a thoroughly and expertly informed corporation as the spearhead of the marketing kick off of its brand at the World Cup.
|No Jews here. Do you want us to drop our pants to prove it?|
Such a carefully thought through and strategically critical stand for a global brand to take. Can you imagine how much they spent to come up with this? How much research went into it. Do you really think they did it by mistake?
As subliminal messages go I much prefer this one. It was a great gig for Che Gorilla who has been down in the jowl a little lately after being banned by The Conversation for being rude and anonymous.
This is the song of the national liberation movement of the gorillas. The song of all primates really. Chocolate and freedom! Long may they rule.
hat tip Martin Leaf