Psychological warfare by media distorts election
from Brent Melville
Deceptive media and poll reporting on election points techniques of witchcraft
THERE is an interesting parallel between Trump’s election and the 2019 Australian Federal Election.
The big media relentlessly declared Hillary Clinton the winner. And “the story” of the Australian election has been for media and the polling companies they commission to relentlessly declare Shorten “the winner/leader” in the “two-party preferred” race from the start by 54 to 48 and now 52 to 48 – numbers all around that zone.
But read “the story” again down to the bottom and note this stunning admission in the same Sydney Morning Herald story:
“While 45 per cent of voters name Mr Morrison their preferred prime minister compared to 40 per cent for Mr Shorten, the gap between the two leaders is the closest it has ever been. The five-point gap between the two leaders is also closer than seen under former prime minister Malcolm Turnbull, who had a lead of 20 points on the same measure one year ago. One month ago only 35 per cent of voters considered Mr Shorten their preferred prime minister, compared to 46 per cent for Mr Morrison.
It is clear there are psychological/witchcraft games going on, on the part of the media.
If the mass of unthinking voters are going to be swayed on the emotive daily TV Bill and Scott show, I would declare the much warmer and approachable Morrison with the advantage over the cold and awkward Shorten. And the actual preferred leader polling results indicate that very clearly!
What dark powers don’t want is an evangelical Christian continuing as Prime Minister.
Christians please pray! Including FOR our enemies, that they may be saved.
Also bind and nullify the powers and principalities and spiritual wickedness in high places (Ephesians 6).