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A Media Clinic on Vilification…

Wanna see how to get the most “anti-anti-government” bang for your news-propaganda buck? Check out this story that I happened to catch this morning on the local Vegas news.

The piece I saw on tv today featured a young woman who supposedly had gone to this guy, after being referred to him by someone at a grocery store (?), and apparently she thought he was just some kind of wholeistic medicine dude, doing herbal remedies, etc. She described how “horrified” she was when she got there and discovered that his “clinic” was being done out of a trailer on his property, and how there were bags full of blood lying around on the floor, the place was filthy, and son on. The anchor goes on to explain how Rick Van Thiel was not a licensed physician, but was performing all kinds of procedures, such as abortions, “cancer cure treatments” and so on. The interviewee even mentions how shocked she was when the man’s girlfriend walked into the room topless, and at that point she just wanted to run out of there…

Topless girlfriend, perfect segue into sharing the juicy tidbit that apparently before Thiel was a non-licensed doctor, he was a porn star and director. Quite a zinger…

The tv news story also mentions how his website featured a “nude” picture of himself, (which actually only featured his bare upper body) wherein he apparently was claiming to have been able to cure a skin condition which he had contracted after the military had exposed him to harmful chemicals.

In this article, is says that his procedures included “everything from circumcisions and tooth extractions to cancer and HIV treatment. Authorities also found two firearms and ammunition in a safe inside the trailer.”

Another excerpt says, “A notice at the bottom of one site hints at an anti-establishment mindset: “For the purposes of this website the term ‘doctor’ or ‘Doctor Rick’ is a nick name and not intended to infer state sanction or Rockefeller drug pushing training. The purpose of this site is not to beg for FDA endorsement or to diagnose or treat disease, it is to help you make informed decisions necessary to take control of your own life and health, and now to care for it in in the manor you decide is best for you.”

And in this ‘full interview’, we discover that not only did Rick learn how to perform surgeries from watching Youtube, but he is also a part of a the much-maligned ‘sovereign-citizen’ movement, with connections the notorious ‘Bundy Ranch’ and also apparently to some plot against the life of a police officer. It says, “On his website, Van Theil offered “Sovereign Babies” delivering children in his trailer without a birth certificate. Telling parents that when the child is 18 they would have the choice to be a “free being or to become a slave”

I mean, wow…

You really gotta hand it to em, because they sure recognize that when an individual like Van Thiel finally gets brought out into the public eye, they’re gonna milk it for all it’s worth.

So hey, let’s do a little run-down of all the memes they managed to cram into this one story.

You are basically being are put into the same category as a “sex-crazed, backwards, baby-killing, nut-job” IF:

*You dare question the medical establishment, or would ever consider alternative/wholistic options.
*You dare to think that just MAYBE there ARE some ways that cancer could be treated or cured, which didn’t involve chemo/radiation.
*You would ever think that the military would expose it’s own soldiers to harmful substances.
*You dare have any misgivings about the “Rockefeller drug cartel”.
*You dare entertain the idea that somehow birth certificates and/or social security numbers could somehow be linked to a form of financial slavery.
*You own guns.
*You dare to entertain such “dangerous” questions about the ways in which ordinary citizens might be able to take more responsibility and informed ownership over their own health, and lives in general.

So yes, well done, dutiful propaganda establishment. While this specific individual may very well deserve to be prevented from doing various things that might indeed be a health and safety hazard, you have done a splendid job in not letting the story go to waste, and fear-porning it to the Nth degree so that the rest of the citizenry can be reminded to associate any and all notions of questioning the monolithic medical/drug empire, or the ever-increasing system of total government control, with “crazy” shirtless guys with leaky blood-bag-filled trailers in their backyards…

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It Would Take a Lot of BALLS to Indoctrinate Everyone Like That…

Hee hee, just couldn’t resist. I apologize upfront for the tasteless pun, but you have to admit, it’s a pretty good one, huh, HUH!?

Maybe most of the few folks reading this might really think I’ve just lost me marbles. Maybe my wife is right and I am possibly a frightening case of obsessive/compulsive disorder. In any case, it’s true that once a new investigative meme gets planted into my brain, it’s amazing how all of a sudden it’s like you start seeing weird examples and reminders of it everywhere you look. This has happened countless times to me before, with the various fringy topics I’ve covered in this little blog, but I have to say, I don’t think I’ve EVER suddenly been confronted by the sheer volume of icons, imagery and indoctrination which surrounds the idea of the Globe itself being perhaps the grandest of Conspiracies ever perpetrated.

And, since I’ve pretty much always had a penchant for examining the visual and symbolic elements pertaining to conspiracies and secret societies and mind control and indoctrination etc., I guess it comes as no surprise that to be exploring this Flat Earth issue would inevitably involve a pretty insane look at the use of symbols and icons in achieving such a massive hoax. I have learned a fair amount about various kinds of secret symbols and the meanings over the last few years, but NEVER did I ever expect to be looking at something as absolutely ubiquitous and taken for granted and the spherical-shaped Earth as a potential example of Esoteric symbolism and tool of indoctrination.

moonball

But like I said, it’s funny how once your thought processes have been tipped off towards noticing something you previously were obliviously to, suddenly you become aware of just how prevalent a certain theme of symbols or concepts might be all around you. From the moment I wake up in the morning and turn on my phone, seeing the AT&T symbol flashing on the screen, to the time I’m lying in bed watching Conan with the massive moon image behind him, I’m being bombarded by spherical, globular, planetoid images. In commercials. On billboards. In corporate logos. It is arguably one of the very first things we are all exposed to on our first day of Kindergarten, and it is something we are exposed to every day forward until we die.

I realize that to many people, it is quite a stretch to say the least, to suggest conspiratoriality when it comes to something as commonplace, and almost universally accepted, as the globe. I really do. (stretch?? More like INSANITY…) But actually, when you really step back and look at it all, that’s what makes it possible, what makes it so powerful. The “beauty” of such a deception, is that in many ways, it’s just so simple. Sure, organizations such as NASA have spent ridiculous amounts of time, energy and money in the efforts to provide for us an amazingly few number of allegedly authentic photographs, and when you inspect such photographs closely, with a critical eye, these themselves become immensely suspect. But it doesn’t matter, because we are all showed this same handful of “authentic” images, in textbooks, television, etc., being told by teachers and authority figures that it is “undeniable, proven scientific fact”, and so our young trusting minds accept this, after which the original “proof” is then simply psychologically reinforced through a lifetime full of MILLIONS of globe-derived icons, logos and visual cues.

Think that’s far-fetched? Maybe… But what we at least have to agree with is that this mode of visual/conceptual reinforcement really IS how iconography works on our brains. I studied graphic design, I learned about the psychology of images, and how the best corporate logos use all kinds of subtle ways to subconsciously inject meaning into them, which the viewer/consumer most of the time is completely oblivious to. This use of symbolism is in itself not some hair-brained conspiratorial idea, but actually an openly-understood thing within the realm of advertisers and commercial visual artists. Even a hundred years ago, advertising gurus such as Edward Bernays were figuring out how to manipulate people’s thoughts and actions via advertising messages which subconsciously appealed to people’s emotions and desires, rather than their cognitive reasoning…

globelogos

So it’s at least a little interesting, don’t you think? To think about the magnitude at which this particular symbol is being embedded into our collective subconsciousness to such a degree, when we all pretty much already accept the fact that the symbols and images we constantly see are not chosen randomly, but quite intentionally..? `Isn’t it a little odd, to consider the fact that even now, in 2015, almost 45 years since astronauts supposedly went to the moon, the number of actual “photos” we have seen of the Ball Earth, when compared to the number of mere iconic representations, is some almost incalculably small ratio..?? (what, like, a thousand globe logos/icons for every singular photo?)

Personally, it just really makes me stop and have to wonder why the media is constantly shoving their balls in our faces…. 😉