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Alex Jones debuts 'State of Mind' Documentary for FREE on YouTube + Live in Studio Q&A w/Richard Grove & Director / Producers

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State Of Mind: The Psychology Of Control (Full Version HD)

Published on Jul 17, 2013

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State Of Mind: The Psychology Of Control, from the creators of A Noble Lie: Oklahoma City 1995, reveals that much of what we believe to be truth is actually deliberate deception. The global elites are systematically implanting lies into our consciousness to erect a "tyranny over the minds of men." This film exposes the mind control methods being used to turn our once vibrant society into a land of obedient sheeple.

Are we controlled?

To what extent and by whom?

What does it mean for humanity's future?

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 of control that has evolved over generations to keep us firmly in place 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 expose the true agendas at work. This film reveals the secret manipulations at work and provides shocking and suppressed historical and current examples. From the ancient roots of the control of human behavior to its maturity in the mind control experiments of intelligence agencies and other organs of manipulation, State Of Mind reveals a plan for the future that drives home the dreadful price of our ignorance.

We are prepared for a new paradigm. Will we choose our own paths or have one selected for us? State Of Mind unveils the answers that may decide whether humankind will fulfill its destiny or be forever shackled to its own creation.

Features appearances by Alex Jones, Jon Rappaport, G Edward Griffin, Charlotte Iserbyt, Dr. Colin Ross, Dr. Eldon Taylor, Richard Grove, Craig Roberts, Doug Valentine, Kurt Haskell, Bruce Levine and Anthony Schaeffer.

Runtime: 110 min
Directed by James Lane
Release Date: July 17, 2013
Region Code 0: All regions.
A Free Mind Films Production

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Bump for your mind.

Wake up or be asleep.



It starts at 12:20

If you're interested.


I was so hoping this would be good. The entire first 15 minutes are a mind numbing string of disjointed interview segments, interspersed with an endless litany of irrelevant and often comically pointless stock footage. In short, it's boring and poorly constructed, and that's coming from someone who generally agrees with the film's premise. How much more if you're trying to "wake up" a family member or friend.

I'm so sorry to be so negative. I admire the filmmakers' efforts here but I couldn't even make it past the 20 minute mark. Compare this with a doc like "Why We Fight" that grips you immediately and commands your attention no matter how skeptical you may have been at it's outset. Every clip and every word of every interview have a purpose that's specific and directed.

I may go back and give it another try but if the rest is as painful to watch as the first 20 mins, I don't know. It's too bad because it's such an important topic to explore.

Couldn't get to the 20 min mark

Oh well. I applaud the effort though. This type of stuff is going to happen from time to time. We're (and I use that to mean "the liberty movement in general") not polished like the mega-rich MSM.

Don't be ridiculous.

Don't be ridiculous. Documentaries (the most memorable ones) are typically made on small budgets. The better ones anyway. These guys just couldn't put it together because they're just not good filmmakers. With no history or research being presented, we're left with endless interview subjects philosophizing in front of cameras, juxtaposed with silly stock footage filler of kids sitting in front of a TV, marching soldiers, people shopping at supermarkets, watching sports, etc.

I get the philosophy and I generally agree with all of it. But it's hardly compelling filmmaking.

I'd agree somewhat with your qualms about stock footages

that said, I too want to watch it, without the intermissions and see if I personally respond differently to it, when seen as it was meant to be seen, by the director; James Lane did A Noble Lie, so clearly, he's talented and well researched enough to carry it out.

frankly, for me, 99% of the contents/specifics discussed/covered in the documentary aren't new to me; aside from some of the particulars of the relationships between Ewen Cameron's crazy academic progenies.

plus, the interviews were really the focal points, for me anyway. and, they were GRRRRRRRRRRRReat!

hey, they don't have the CNN budget: stock footage is all they can do on budget. regardless, I still marvel at how far and affordable HD tech has become in such a short span, and how easy it is to color filter them + post effects without expensive Avid units these days.

overall, though, I must say, I don't have any issues with the visual, nor the content delivery of the documentary. I'm actually curious to see how much more extras they have on the Blu-Ray/DVD, in terms of full on interviews with the speakers they had. Definitely a power-house roster.

Would've love to have seen more testimony of the military psy-ops angle from Shafffer...perhaps more details from actual, specific operations; though, considering DoD banned his Operation DarkHeart even after it was published, it's not difficult to assume that if he speaks specifically of operations, they'll probably pull more national security letters bullscheisse. still, that aspect, and if any of the speakers knew of the updated name for MKULTRA, would've been a plus. But I always personally viewed these documentary projects as a 'introductory primer for the uninitiated.'

though, suppose, because I've been looking into these topics for so long, even though I do have a design background, I always focus more on the quality of the info, and cadence of the film, not so much on the visuals as long as they don't interfere with the viewing experience; so perhaps my own info vs. visual bias overlooked some of the visual qualms you may have experienced.

seeing as your stated concern, too, is when and if you were to show this as an introductory device to those who aren't familiar with these topics, may have similar feedback. but, my guess is, seeing as how the quality of the video production is still pretty high, by non-foundation funded non-Hollywood budget/standards, I would guess that it's just fine, as a primer for your target audience.

plus, I definitely do think the intermission probably messed up the film's cadence for you, in the initial viewing: I'll update if any YouTuber uploads the docu without the intermissions.

Predictions in due Time...

"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it's realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy." - Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul

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Just ordered me two copies!!


Norfolk, VA

Time to INVESTIGATE the investigators of 9/11. PROSECUTE the prosecutors. EXPOSE the cover-up.


spread 'em far and wide!

Predictions in due Time...

"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it's realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy." - Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul

Read more about electrodes implanted in the brain...

discussed starting at 1:31

Book: The 3-Pound Universe

Patients who had suffered psychotic episodes their entire lives had tiny wires implanted in key zones of the brain which were stimulated 30 times per minute by a battery-powered device kept in the pocket. Initial failures were a result of the battery dying and the patient not having the presence of mind to call the doctor to report the problem. Regularly scheduled maintenance checks solved the battery problem.

...The technology was later abandoned in favor of pharmaceutical treatment...

Daily Paul cured my abibliophobia.

Get er done Alex get her done (media is a democracy)

I can only hope those behind the word curtains lose their grip on the majority of media

A true flower can not blossom without sunlight and a true man can not live without love.

State of Mind

This is a must see video.

Edgar Morgan

Thanks for the link. Been

Thanks for the link. Been looking forward to this. Didn't know it would be on the internet.



Predictions in due Time...

"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it's realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy." - Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul



Predictions in due Time...

"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it's realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy." - Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul