The goal for the corporations is to maximize profit and market share. And they also have a goal for their target, namely the population. They have to be turned into completely mindless consumers of goods that they do not want. You have to develop what are called “Creative Wants”. So you have to create wants. You have to impose on people what’s called a Philosophy of Futility. You have to focus them on the insignificant things of life, like fashionable consumption. I’m just basically quoting business literature. And it makes perfect sense. The ideal is to have individuals who are totally disassociated from one another. Whose conception of themselves, the sense of value is just, “how many created wants can I satisfy?” We have huge industries, public relations industry, monstrous industry, advertising and so on, which are designed from infancy to mold people into this desired pattern.
Reblogged from athousandnewdisguises (Originally from thehouseholdcat)
Reblogged from athousandnewdisguises (Originally from davidmaximustorres)
Your mind is programmable – if you’re not programming your mind, someone else will program it for you.
Jeremy Hammond (via liberatingreality)
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A test reveals that 30 percent of American women have glyphosate in their breast milk, even those who are trying to avoid chemical contaminants.
Reblogged from purplebuddhaproject (Originally from symphonyofawesomeness)