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The Century Of The Self 2 of 4 | Two: The Engineering Of Consent

Adam Curtis’ acclaimed series examines the rise of the all-consuming self against the backdrop of the Freud dynasty. This series is a MUST SEE for all those who want to know the truth about the use of subliminal manipulation of the subconscious to induce the “buying of products” – be they consumer goods, policies, or politicians. ,,,and ultimately the creation of “false flag” operations to induce the “nightmares” [nexuses of evil, terrorism, etc.] needed to maintain the allegience to these “products” that only a common enemy can achieve… “The enemy of my enemy is my friend.” Creator, Adam Curtis, has graciously made this BBC series available for download in various formats at Internet Archive here: www.archive.org SERIES DETAIL: To many in both politics and business, the triumph of the self is the ultimate expression of democracy, where power has finally moved to the people. Certainly the people may feel they are in charge, but are they really? The Century of the Self tells the untold and sometimes controversial story of the growth of the mass-consumer society in Britain and the United States. How was the all-consuming self created, by whom, and in whose interests? The Freud dynasty is at the heart of this compelling social history. Sigmund Freud, founder of psychoanalysis; Edward Bernays, who invented public relations; Anna Freud, Sigmund’s devoted daughter; and present-day PR guru and Sigmund’s great grandson, Matthew Freud. Sigmund Freud’s work into the bubbling and


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