Chairman Dan to brainwash Victorians with ad campaign whitewashing lockdowns
By Tony Mobilifonitis
IT appears that Victoria’s diabolical regime will bribe locked-down and unemployed people of the state to act in a media campaign saying that living in lockdown isn’t such a bad thing after all.
The State Government will pay them $1000 to $2000 (or $5000 for a family) for 10 hours work in front a camera team working up the big advertising campaign to convince Victorians that their lockdown and psychological torture by the government isn’t really so bad. Advertisements for the acting roles recently were recently reproduced on a Facebook page.
Getting people to love their captivity is a psychological condition called the Stockholm Syndrome. This is the state of Victoria employing psychological warfare on the population. But it’s all very nice with lovely people saying lovely things – like any other big corporate advertising campaign.
The “actors” who will talk about or play out their real jobs, will say on camera how they’re “coping with their unfortunate situation” but have “hope for the future”.
Sadly, hundreds of thousands of Victorians who don’t think too much about political and social issues will be pacified and subtly convinced by the advertising campaign that everything’s OK and as long as we have hope, it’s all very noble.
Facebook poster Rameka Chin says the campaign, named Vic Gov – Everyday Victorians, will further push the false narrative in order to keep Victoria under heavy restrictions and lockdowns.
This type of social engineering was referenced by the English writer Aldous Huxley, author of Brave New World, in a speech at the Berkeley campus of the University of California in 1962 titled “The Ultimate Revolution”.
Huxley’s lecture followed his attendance at a conference run by the Institute for the Study of Democratic Institutions, which discussed the development of new techniques to direct and control human behavior.
Huxley spoke openly about social engineering and the use of terrorism. But a major objective of social engineers was “rather, to get people to love their slavery”. Huxley’s full speech is on YouTube.