From archive material from the 1940s onward, it has become apparent that the Rockefeller Foundation has for decades now fanatically nurtured research into fear-inducing brainwashing techniques for the masses.
In 1954, 200,000 dollars was an exceptional amount of money. This substantial grant is just one example out of many in which the Rockefeller Foundation threw huge sums of cash in the direction of social scientists for refining and perfecting the art of indoctrination. One of the results of their studies was that fear, induced or otherwise, makes the person a willing victim for the elite. The website changingminds.org gives an adequate summing up of professor Hovland’s findings:
“You do not have to cause pain to create fear. The human frontal cortex has a primary function in thinking about the future. We are quite skilled at imagining what might happen and experiencing anticipatory emotions. This has proved helpful in our evolution, but it can also cause problems as anticipated fear of things that may not happen cause us stress and allow others to persuade us.”
In order to sell the public on world government, the research of professor Hovland has proven invaluable. As anyone can see, the techniques are fanatically being applied to this day. Consider the warmongering-machine the Anglo-American establishment fires up as soon as geopolitical objectives come into view. In part II of this investigation we will delve into another dimension of professor Hovland’s research which lies at the core of all mass communications: the influence of film and music on the subconscious mind, directed both at the individual and at the masses.