Apple mind-control news is on the way

Apple mind-control News App is on the way

The globalization of media: a strike force

“Decentralized Centralization”

by Jon Rappoport

June 22, 2015

(To read about Jon’s mega-collection, Power Outside The Matrix, click here.)

“There is a media metaphysics. Its basic principle states that nothing exists until it becomes information. Now we have a new twist: information only becomes real when it reaches a mind already attuned to it. In other words, the tree falling in the forest makes a sound only if a user/consumer who wants a tree to fall receives video and audio of the event…” (The Underground, Jon Rappoport)

Two years ago, I wrote: “Tech blather has already begun, since Jeff Bezos, CEO of Amazon, bought the Washington Post at a fire sale. Jeff Genius will invent new ways to transmit the news to ‘people on the go’ and make the Post a smashing success. Mobile devices. Multiple platforms. Digital, taking over from print. Ads customized to fit readers’ interests (profiling). News stories customized to fit readers’ interests (more profiling).”

In other words, non-news. If you thought media were irrelevant and deceptive before, you haven’t seen anything. The “new news” will create millions of virtual bubbles in which profiled users can float contentedly, under the cozy cottage roofs of their favorite little separate paradigms.

Now, the tech giant Apple is wading into this territory with an app that will deliver news to users. Yahoo (6/20), in “With revamped app, news to be at core of Apple,” reports:

“Apple News, part of the upcoming iOS 9 operating system, aims to be the primary news source for users of the iPhone and iPad… Apple says its news app ‘follows over a million topics and pulls relevant stories based on your specific interests’… Joshua Benton of the Nieman Journalism Lab said the app will be important because ‘through the awesome power of default, Apple distribution puts it in an entirely other league. This [news] app will be on hundreds of millions of devices within 24 hours of its debut’.”

Translation: Profiling their users down to their toenails, Apple will present them with virtual bubbles of news they want to see and read.

Not just one overall presentation for all; no, millions of different “news outlets” for Apple’s audiences.

This introduces a whole new layer of mind control.

“You’re an Obama fan? Here are stories confirming your belief in the Prophet.”

“You want neo-con on the rocks with a conservative Republican twist? Here’s some war footage that’ll warm your heart.”

“Do you believe ‘government gridlock’ is our biggest concern? Congress can’t get anything done? We’ve got headlines for that from here to the moon.”

“Tuned into celeb gossip? Here’s your world in three minutes.”

The idea: convince users, one day at a time, that what they already believe is important IS the news of the day.

It’s Decentralized Centralization. One media giant carving its global audience up into little pieces and delivering them a whole host of different algorithmically appropriate lies and fluff and no-context psyops.

And for “fringe users?” “You’re doubtful about GMOs? Well, look at what Whole Foods is planning for their healthier produce section. Cheer up.” Nothing about Maui voters declaring a temporary ban on devastatingly toxic Monsanto/Dow experiments or the dangers of Roundup. “You’re anti-vaccine? Sorry, you don’t count. You’re not a recognized demographic. But here’s a piece about a little unvaccinated boy who was involved in car crash on the I5.”

Does this sound like science fiction? It isn’t. It’s the mainstream look of the near-future. Search engines are already “personalizing” your inquiries. US ABC national news is climbing in the ratings because it’s giving viewers “lighter stories,” and spending less time on thorny issues like the Middle East.

The mainstream news business is desperately looking for audience, and treating every “user” as a profiled social-construct-bundle of superficial preferences is their answer.

“Mr. X, we’ve studied the little virtual bubble you live in, and now we can sell you your own special brand of truth.”

There is a next step, and it’s already well underway. In fact, it’s a prior step that’s been underway for more than a hundred years.

“Hello, audience. A) We’re going to pitch you on what we think you should know about and what you shouldn’t want to know about. It’s called PR. We’re going to flood you with ads and other nonsense to make you over into a full-fledged obsessed consumers—and then B) we’re going to profile you from top to bottom, to find out exactly what kind of obsessed consumer you are, so we can hit you and trigger you with information that uniquely stimulates your adrenal glands…”

The one-two punch.


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Any actual event occurring in the world will be pre-digested by media editors and profilers, and then split up into variously programmed bits of information for different audiences.

Who cares what really happened? In the new world, there is no ‘what really happened’. That’s a gross misnomer. A faulty idea. A metaphysical error. No, there is only a multi-forked media tongue that simultaneously spits out a dozen or a hundred variations of the same event…because different viewers want and expect different realities.

In 1984, Orwell’s Big Brother was issuing a single voice into the homes of the population. That was old-school. That was primitive technology. That was achieving unity by hammering unity into people’s skulls. This, now, is the frontier of unity through diversity.

“We want to make all of you into androids, through basic PR and propaganda and a pathetic excuse for education. However, we recognize you’ll become different varieties of androids, and we’ll serve that outcome with technological sophistication. Trust us. We care about what you prefer.”

User A: “Wow, did you see the coverage of the border war in Chula Vista?”

User B: “War? They had a fantastic exhibit of drones down there. At least a hundred different types. And then I watched an old WW2 movie about aerial combat.”

User C: “Chula Vista? They had a great food show. This woman made a lemon pie. I could practically taste it.”

User D: “That wasn’t a border war. It was a drill. And then afterwards, these cops gave a demonstration of all their gear. Vests, shields, communication devices, flash-bangs, auto rifles with silencers, batons. I watch drills all over the country. Love them.”

Jon Rappoport

The author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED, EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. He maintains a consulting practice for private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal creative power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free NoMoreFakeNews emails here or his OutsideTheRealityMachine emails here.

11 comments on “Apple mind-control news is on the way

  1. From Québec says:

    Is Apple now promoting individualism? Give each individual what they want to believe in. That is a first. A new philosophy. Usually they want to divide and conquer… only two sides of the coin, one group against another group. But now they want multiple views of events. Is their goal a total chaos? Divide and conquer isn’t working anymore or what?

    • FP says:

      Re: “Is their goal a total chaos?”

      They love “total chaos”:

      ORDO AB CHAO. A Latin expression, meaning Order out of Chaos. A motto of the 33rd Degree of Freemasonry:
      masonicdictionary.com/ordoabchao

  2. juliath83 says:

    Of course the easiest way to avoid this is to avoid Apple. Which you should be doing anyway.

  3. josh vongoh says:

    Another mind blowing post. At this point there doesn’t seem like there’s anywhere else it can go, does it. The illusion of diversity all still centrally controlled from the tippy top of the turdpile – I mean pyramid ..

    I do think there are a whole lot of people that are stepping back and seeing it for what it is. The information about other realities is still available to anybody that wants to suddenly change their mind and click somewhere else, somewhere more truthful. Or they get schocked by the sheer craziness of it all and one day pop out of it “now wait a minute, this isn’t right”

    The trick for them is to somehow keep people in their silos without wandering too much. There’s always going to be the kind of people that want or need to be in one, they’ll be the easy ones.

  4. Greg Osborne says:

    Screw Apple. I don’t need anybody or anything “fetching” me ANYTHING. I will go out and look for what I want. If I miss something, well then, I miss it.

    Part of the fun of the Web (and I will apply this to a lifetime browsing in book stores, music stores and libraries) is the stumbling upon of those rabbit holes that take you to some weird and wonderful place or subject. Something you would never have thought to investigate otherwise.

    I can also apply this to road travel. As opposed to being obsessed with getting from Point A to Point B (THAT for which I am very guilty of), some of the best times I have ever had were those unscheduled little stops way off the Interstate that held some odd person, place or thing that ended up changing some immovable object in my mind or that simply left me with a positive impression or experience.

    • Greg Osborne says:

      It’s all about CONTROL for the sake of CONTROL. Man’s desire to dominate others simply because he can. Empires and personal little fiefdoms. Throughout history, that’s all it has ever been about.

      • FP says:

        @ Greg wrote: “Man’s desire to dominate others simply because he can.”

        “…man has dominated man to his own injury.”
        –Ecclesiastes 8:9.

        The “Dominators” have a date with Payback, in due time, when their iniquity has reached its full “ripeness” (Revelation 14:18-19).

  5. KSKing says:

    “The internet has become the ultimate tool of social control. It allows ‘mass’ control at the ‘individual’ level. A first in the history of humankind.” – This is from an article I posted last week. It meshes quite well with this article. I think ya’ll would find it of interest.

    https://truthshock.wordpress.com/2015/06/18/the-all-seeing-eye/

  6. FP says:

    Loved your comment/Trip Down Memory Lane, on 3 counts:
    –Who needs apps when we have browsers? Apps are like the crowds who ride busses & are driven by someone else. A browser is like a car where you do your own driving.
    –Browsing bookstores in the old days pre-internet. I did love doing that. Spent hours reading the flaps, lol.
    –Driving Backroads vs Interstate, Always! More Scenic, Personality, Little Towns, slower pace, less crowded (unless you got stuck behind a yellow schoolbus at 3pm that stopped every block w/no passing lane to get around it), curving winding roads (so much fun to drive!) vs straightaway boring Interstates, etc. etc. What a joy!

    Apps are a huge pain anyway. Been there, done that. Most of them work like crap, slow, buggy, cumbersome, & are “too stripped down.” Give me the real website instead. Apps hog space on the device. They are incessantly being “updated.” And if they were created by small time developers, those guys eventually get burnout & abandon their apps.

    All you need are a Memory-Cleaner app, Browsers, Download apps, & if you like to play w/photos & videos, then Photo/Video Editing apps. Forget “shopping” apps, “news sites” apps, etc. Who needs them when a browser will get you there? You can just as easily load up your screens with free icons/direct links to sites YOU like to visit.

    So, Apple, if you include your news app automatically, it will go on the last homescreen inside a folder with your other apps that never get used (since you won’t let us delete them!)

  7. Paul Dunbar says:

    Reblogged this on thinkREthink and commented:
    “We want to make all of you into androids, through basic PR and propaganda and a pathetic excuse for education. However, we recognize you’ll become different varieties of androids, and we’ll serve that outcome with technological sophistication. Trust us. We care about what you prefer.”

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