Wednesday, August 7, 2019

Did a black scientist invent bulb we use?; Ashley Wells, Crystal Q., Seth Auberon (eds.), Wisdom Quarterly

What if we could all swim together? (AP)
Let's give credit where credit is due. We are taught to worship Thomas Edison and forget about the greater genius Nikola Tesla and never even told about American scientist Lewis Howard Latimore. The U.S. government confiscated Tesla's inventions and notes, innovations Tesla reported as having come from another planet and communicated to him telepathically. To  hide his genius, such as lighting up New York City with electrical power generated at Niagara Falls and developing a coil (used along with Rife technology to make a healing wand with noble gases), Edison is promoted. Therefore, Latimore has to be kept completely out of the picture.
Surviving in a Matrix of bias
Franklin Jones ( edited by Wisdom Quarterly
"The art of war is to subdue the enemy without fighting."
- Sun Tzu, The Art of War

White societies now subdue Black populations without fighting by using racially demoralizing ("divide-and-conquer" psychological warfare) propaganda.

Why? Oppressed people are easier to control when they are self-loathing. This insidious warfare tactic is so efficient that it not only makes Black people comply with white dominance over them, it makes many prefer it.

This covert system of control is at the root of both the profound feelings of self-loathing now affecting many Black people and the feelings of false racial superiority that many whites now possess.

"Those who know must teach."
-African proverb

It's no coincidence or strange occurrence that many Black people are self-loathing, perceiving themselves to be their own worst enemies and thinking favorably of whites in spite of a history of brutality that tells them the contrary.

These thoughts and ideas, which clearly benefit white societies, were shrewdly programmed into the minds of millions of Black people through the mainstream media's subliminal programming without most even realizing it.

As a means of protecting white societies from retribution by Blacks, Black people are the unknowing targets of the most elaborate divide-and-conquer warfare campaign in history.

The white media's unrelenting negative depictions of Black people -- which distorts reality to amplify the negative -- is much more than just biased media reporting. It is a divide-and-conquer strategy.

Throughout the history of the world, oppressors have deployed this tactic against oppressed peoples because self-loathing and division makes them easier to control. This modern system is deployed like a massive media marketing campaign constantly subjecting Black people to seeing only the worst within themselves. More

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