The Casey Anthony Distraction
(BOB TUSKIN) Many have caught on to the most recent distraction, Casey Anthony. This article will serve to illustrate the various elements of this distraction.
This, as with many of the other media fluff, is not necessarily distracting from a certain issue or issues, its purpose is a bit more complex. It follows a trend of programming, playing on emotions, namely fear.
Everyone reading this with the exception of the “pedophile powers that shouldn’t be”, Has an emotional reaction to the Casey Anthony story. The energy vampires understand this, and they allow for the trauma to fester in peoples mind.
This plants a seed, allowing for your mind to fantasize about a select issue, that is more like “reality” TV than news.
The all seeing eye CBS reported “Casey Anthony cried, dabbed her eyes with a tissue and looked away as pictures of her 2-year-old daughter Caylee’s skull were displayed in the courtroom Thursday morning.”
This is News? It may touch on emotions I have no doubt, but is this worthy of the amount of energy and resources spent on it?
I could list the multitude of real issues that are not covered at all or destroyed by the 5 minute attention span…
Mass Pedophile rings with elite involvement…
According to the National Center For Missing & Exploited children “800,000 children younger than 18 are missing each year, or an average of 2,000 children reported missing each day.”
Yet we see the media obsess with that one or two poster children, ie Natalie Holloway, JonBenét Ramsey, and Casey Anthony.
So PR firms aka the mainstream media control minds using these stories to keep you captivated.
Never mind covering the CNP or Bilderberg meetings, they have ample content with the Casey Anthony Story. One persons situation trumps reports of mass murder in Israel and the Blue Blood’s plans of debt slavery and eugenics.
Did they forget about Fukushima?
My list of important things could go on and on but, I think it is clear that there are so many more important things to cover.
Learn about gardening, don’t get caught up in the distractions.