TV’s Luciferian Message: Sick is Healthy — March 10, 2016

American Prime Time“America in Primetime” an overview of TV drama and comedy since 1950 shows that TV is social engineering, i.e. satanic posssession
We’ve reached the point in TV where the hero is a deviant, misfit or weirdo. We cheer as he makes the world conform to him.
Luciferians always push the limits of what is acceptable, and make the unacceptable acceptable.
“We must introduce into their education all those principles which have so brilliantly broken up their order.”  (Protocols of Zion,16 )
“We have already contrived to possess the minds of the goy communities…[they are] looking through the spectacles we are setting astride their noses.” (Protocols of Zion,12)
“Television is the Satanic family altar,” Anton LaVey, said in 1966, “Television is the major mainstream infiltration for the new satanic religion.”

Television Ruined My Life

by Henry Makow Ph.D. — updated from Oct 23, 2013

In the 1950’s, when I was a child, television was pretty wholesome. That’s how I got hooked.
As a youth and young man, I was naive and idealistic. I assumed I lived in a benevolent and free society that was attempting to raise everyone to a higher level, materially and spiritually.  I looked to mass media and schooling for information, insight and guidance.
After watching “America in Primetime”, (2011) a four-part documentary history of TV, on Netflix, I realize that TV is not entertainment. It is social engineering. It made me dysfunctional and depressed. It has done this to millions of people.
“America in Primetime”  consists of interviews with dozens of TV writers and producers, and excerpts from their shows.  Although homosexuals and Jews make up perhaps 5% of the US population, they comprise about 70% of TV writers and producers. They hold up a mirror to life. If 70% were Irish Catholics, I’d feel the same way if they were degrading society.

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