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State of Mind: The Psychology of Control (2013)

Are we controlled? To what extent and by whom? What does it mean for humanity's future? The enormous implications of these questions deter most of us who must deal with the daily ... See full summary »

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James Lane

Writers:

Richard Andrew Grove (head writer), Kevin L. Cole (co-writer) | 1 more credit »
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Credited cast:
Lisa Arbercheski Lisa Arbercheski ... Narrator
Kaye Beach Kaye Beach ... Self
G. Edward Griffin G. Edward Griffin ... Self
Richard Andrew Grove Richard Andrew Grove ... Self
Kurt Haskell Kurt Haskell ... Self
Charlotte Iserbyte Charlotte Iserbyte ... Self
Alex Jones ... Self
Bruce Levine Bruce Levine ... Self
Jon Rappoport Jon Rappoport ... Self
Craig Roberts Craig Roberts ... Self
Colin Ross ... Self
Anthony Schaeffer Anthony Schaeffer ... Self
Eldon Taylor Eldon Taylor ... Self
Douglas Valentine Douglas Valentine ... Self
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Are we controlled? To what extent and by whom? What does it mean for humanity's future? The enormous implications of these questions deter most of us who must deal with the daily consequences of the answers. STATE OF MIND digs deeply into the sources to reveal that much of that which we believe to be truth has been deception, deliberately implanted in our consciousness to erect a "tyranny over the minds of men". From cradle to grave our parents, peers, institutions and society inform our values and behaviors. But this process has been hijacked. STATE OF MIND examines the science that has evolved over generations to keep us firmly in place and maintain the status quo so that dictators, power brokers and corporate puppeteers may profit from our ignorance and slavery. From the anvil of compulsory schooling to media and entertainment, we are kept in perpetual bondage to the ideas that shape our actions. STATE OF MIND delves into the abyss to bring to light the manipulation and shocking ... Written by Matthew Hart (IX)

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If you like "Ancient Aliens" then this "documentary" is for you
24 June 2019 | by bygovynaninSee all my reviews

The lies far outweigh the sprinklings of truth this documentary offers, making it far more dangerous than the subject matter because to those who have not read the books they cite or are familiar with the names they spew, it could almost seem believable. Sewing more fear, this documentary may represent a new form of mind control which feeds the conspiracy theorist with the type of misinformation they crave instead of informing the public with the unbiased information they deserve.


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English

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17 July 2013 (USA) See more »

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$350,000 (estimated)
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