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    • ura soul

      colours in society – how extensive, covert, mind control systems are being applied to us all in the group: aligning self for freedom

      why are the toys and objects that are created for children of pre-school age, all such bright, primary colours?\r\nwhy are the items made for children of school age, generally less intensely coloured?why are school (and other) uniforms so often uniformly dull, grey and lifeless?why are the items ...

      keywords: color, colour, colors, colours, frequency, marketing, advertising, nazi, america, monarch, mind control

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      • ura soul

        heartlessness and mass mind control through tv advertising in the group: aligning self for freedom

        why does the mcdonalds advert 'system' use the slogan "i'm lovin it"? \r\nand why is it sung by many voices and not just one?\r\nhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nZSdkBFckD0the logic used to create this media jingle contains an attempt to implant thoughts into our mind (spirit) by exploiting the f...

        keywords: nazi, food, mind control, deprogramming, mcdonalds, fast food, advertising, heartlessness

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        • ura soul

          Reptilian Marketing - PBS The Persuaders in the group: free will & non conformity

          Mirror: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cbq6lUgG8gA\n_____________________________\nPROOF of MIND CONTROL series: \nhttps://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZ88ybwQnBBt0YVWfOWxNPS-5EHj2tXmg\n\nPortraying The Machine series: \nhttps://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZ88ybwQnBBv6cpSC-lu8U75mZCOiX9_2...

          keywords: advertising, marketing, heartlessness, reptilian, greed, denial


          • ura soul

            Kia-ora "Too orangey for crows" in the group: conspiracy realists

            The brand takes its name from a Maori greeting which has entered New Zealand English, and means literally "be well". The brand became popular in the 1970s and 80s in the UK, and was widely available in cinemas where it was sold as a ready-to-drink product in rectangular plastic cartons that were ...

            keywords: mind control, spirit, kiaora, coca cola, marketing, advertising