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? And how is fake news actually created?
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 — or propaganda — has been used by controlling regimes to control the group-mind throughout history. In today’s digital age, only the medium of that propaganda has changed: Dictators, terrorists, riots, disasters, shootings and revolutions are beamed into our living rooms on a daily basis, shaping how we think, feel, consume and vote, all part of on-going psychological warfare against the masses — a war for control of our collective consciousness. But how much of it is actually real? As it turns out, very little.
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.