View Full Version : Bush actually tells the truth for once

05-26-2005, 08:50 PM
There's pictures and hyperlinks at infowars if you want to look further into this. :-P

Bush: "You Have To Keep Repeating Things To Catapult The Propaganda"
Prison Planet | May 26 2005

We were graced with a new Bushism on Tuesday this week but it seems to have conveniently slipped under the radar.
President Bush gave a talk at the Athena Performing Arts Center at Greece Athena Middle and High School Tuesday, May 24, 2005 in Rochester, NY. Bush traveled to Rochester, trying to win support for his proposed overhaul of the Social Security system.
About half way through the event Bush came out with this pearler.
"See in my line of work you got to keep repeating things over and over and over again for the truth to sink in, to kind of catapult the propaganda."
Don't believe it? Click here to go to the White House's own website and read the transcript. You can also watch the entire video of the speech. The Bushism is 22 minutes 50 seconds in.
It was also picked up in an op-ed by the Washington Post.
This reminded us of another famous quote which is similar to Bush's.
to listen to the Bushism.

"If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it."
Who said that?

Joseph Goebbels, Hiter's Nazi Propaganda Minister.
Nothing to worry about. Go back to sleep. Watch American Idol. zzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

05-29-2005, 01:29 PM
If you tell a lie, BIG or SMALL and keep repeating it, people will be believe it and soon begin to PARROT it.

Repetition is key, of course, when it comes to brainwashing the masses and keeping them under "mind control" so they no longer THINK for themselves, but instead allow others to "spoon feed" them the information whether fact or fiction.

Memorization in school is of utmost importance in this regard. Instead of allowing our students to tap into their cognitive and critical thinking capabilities, these functions have been contained.

The information is drilled in one's head over and over again and a child learns that paying attention and learning what is presented through their books and teachers is what they must ultimately KNOW.

To question is not encouraged.

Too much information causes an overload. Unable to sort through it all due to conflicting data is like looking for a needle in a haystack. Unable to make heads or tails/sense of a particular event because of these reasons, people allow our leaders to FIGURE it out for them. Afterall, the most pertinent information has been suppressed from us.

I fear we may be, even in our best attempts to enlighten the public through the internet, causing an overload not of our own free will but certainly due to the combination of disinformation agents, etc.

Too little information and too much information equals the same RESULT!!!

The truth will not be found!!!