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of Human Relations is a powerful organisation that has had a profound influence on the moral, spiritual, cultural, political and economic policies of the United States and Great Britain.

is a British social science research organisation that has been involved in various projects related to psychology, organisational development, and since its founding in 1947. Tavistock is one of the most notable examples of global psychological warfare. It has been tirelessly operating via perverted pop culture since the end of , to instigate the decline of the United States and the nations of the world. The goal of this global psychological warfare is to usher in of the , its mission is to design and campaigns against the people of every nation of the world. was described as

“The premiere -brainwashing and centre in the world”. 

Bread and Circuses

The Enduring Tactics of Power

The ancient Roman strategies of “Bread and Circuses” and “Divide and Conquer” continue to shape the modern world. The engineers use these tactics to maintain control and consolidate power. Today, mass media, consumer culture, and targeted information shape public opinion. The allure of spectacle and comfort makes people passive and accepting of the status quo. There are psyops within psyops, disinformation is everywhere, corrupt people run amuck in government. 

This is Tavistock

The programme is so good, if you tried to explain it to somebody they would think you are crazy.

Have you broken your programming?

Tavistock and

The Maurice Strong Connection

was formed in 1968 as part of the call for a inside a Government. It aimed to enforce limits on growth in industrial nations, with the U.S. being the first target. , a Canadian businessman and supposed environmentalist, had some notable connections to and in the 1980s:

  • Strong served as chairman of in the 1980s. As chairman, he set the theme for a 1980s conference: “The time has come to move from thinking and dialogue to action.”
  • One of the chief speakers at the 1980 Tavistock conference was Dr. Aurelio Peccei, chairman of , a NATO think tank.
  • Strong had a background in British Intelligence , holding the rank of colonel during . He was involved in the opium-heroin-cocaine trade through his network of companies.
  • Strong and Aldous Huxley were responsible for the spread of LSD in the U.S. and Europe in the 1960s.
Selling Space

and Techniques

is a form of communication that aims to influence the attitudes, beliefs, or actions of a target audience for a specific purpose, often by using manipulation and psychological techniques. Some common techniques include:


Mixing a small amount of lies or misleading information with the truth to slowly undermine someone's credibility over time, similar to administering small doses of poison. For example, connecting a political leader to shady individuals or organisations, even if it's not true, to cast doubt on their character.

Ridicule and Labelling

Using derogatory labels and ridicule to freeze, isolate, and polarise the target, making them seem unworthy of consideration. Political cartoons portraying leaders as buffoons or monkeys is an example of this tactic.

Exploiting Preconceptions

often exploits pre-existing beliefs, biases, and enemy perceptions in the target audience to make the message more persuasive. Historically established cultural myths are particularly useful for this.

Manipulation of Symbols

manipulates symbols and representations to shape perceptions and direct behavior in a way that furthers the propagandist's goals. This can involve distorting the representation of reality.

Psychological Warfare

The use of , supported by military, economic, or political measures, to demoralise the enemy, break their will to fight, or render them favourably disposed to one's position. Techniques include atrocities to terrorise populations and leaflets promising immunity to those who surrender.

is a complex phenomenon that involves both psychological and social aspects. Understanding these techniques can help people think critically about the information they consume and resist manipulation attempts. However, remains a powerful tool for influencing mass behaviour.

Source: The Tavistock Institute of Mind Control


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