Volume Two details the broader aspects of mind manipulation and social control.
How can advertisers shape belief without our knowledge? How can your senses be manipulated in order to affect you physically? Can you be coerced to conform to a larger group? Are the film and music industries used to shape public opinion? Can the News Media be trusted?
Volume Two delves into these questions and evidences the government agencies responsible for this manipulation, detailing the connections between the Tavistock Institute, MK ULTRA, L.S.D, the music industry and the intentional directing of youth culture.
Your Thoughts Are Not Your Own Volume two review in Nexus Magazine
“In his second volume of Your Thoughts Are Not Your Own, Neil Sanders considers mind control, mass manipulation and perception management in the light of marketing, movies, music and celebrity culture. His ironic introduction compares the marketing of brands of beer with that of diamonds by De Beers – mass mind control utilised in both instances.
Sanders highlights examples of linguistic trickery, group coercion, sensory manipulation and propaganda selling which show that as a society we’ve been sold out without even realising it. But that’s just on the marketing/PR side without even getting into films, games and other coercive media tools. Then there are the cases of media manipulation with the military’s foreign incursions.
Sanders returns to themes of his first book, showing how Tavistock and CIA experiments have shaped the music industry and youth culture over the decades. He suggests that some well known performers/actors/musicians were (and still are) mind controlled pawns of the shadow state.
We need to wake up to the media’s subconscious attack, Sanders urges and realises that government and industry are shaping the “facts”.
A book to help us think for ourselves.”