The Art of Deception

Fact is no longer a factor. As technology has developed, websites like YouTube and Vimeo make it possible for anyone to broadcast information, even if the information they express is based on lies.

In an academic environment, a paper must have detailed references according to a set of university standards, but in a film, anything goes.

The Art of Deception is an explanation of how a documentary is constructed to communicate truth, brainwash the audience and push an agenda.

The Art of Deception explains the way the media has become a puppet for certain people. The US government used Kony 2012, or the invisible children, as a puppet to invade Uganda after they discovered huge amounts of untapped oil. This is explained in great detail in the documentary.

The Illuminati used Zeitgeist as a puppet to destroy religion and to scare the population about their own existence. Sounds far fetched, right?

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3 thoughts on “The Art of Deception

  1. One small response if i may ….. with the academic circus ….. a paper has to be approved by the established academics .. to be published if i remember correctly … yet another brick in the wall of secret societies and the garden of Eden for some privileged ones.

    • You dont have to ask if you may comment/reply of course you may,anyone can:) My answer to your wondering is that any propaganda is built upon another one.

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