My gawd. Bush continues to make an entire ass of himself, even now. Lol!

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All presidents for the past century have been globalist puppets with the exceptions of JFK and belatedly Nixon. And look what happened to both of them.

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I have posted 4 substacks which are transcribed Ritter speaks

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A propaganda professor, falls for Russian propaganda. That’s some good propaganda then. I don’t know how the rest of the ordinary joe’s have any chance. Well it’s sad anyways, I must admit that there was a point in time, that I believed it to-but someone said then: “do you want a war to break out, just cause you think that USA and CIA suck at their foreign policy, and should be punished for it?do you even know what’s going to happen? A war -

it’s a war, there are dead children in it, wtf are you talking about?” That was in 2014, and I saw it I fell for the propaganda…

You should revisit some core principles of your expertise.

Why Is Rapid, Continuous, and Repetitive Propaganda Successful?

* First impressions are very resilient.

* Repetition leads to familiarity, and familiarity leads to acceptance.

The experimental psychology literature tells us that first impressions are very resilient: An individual is more likely to accept the first information received on a topic and then favor this information when faced with conflicting messages.

Furthermore, repetition leads to familiarity, and familiarity leads to acceptance:

* Repeated exposure to a statement has been shown to increase its acceptance as true.

* The “illusory truth effect” is well documented, whereby people rate statements as more truthful, valid, and believable when they have encountered those statements previously than when they are new statements.

* Even with preposterous stories and urban legends, those who have heard them multiple times are more likely to believe that they are true.

* If an individual is already familiar with an argument or claim (has seen it before, for example), they process it less carefully, often failing to discriminate weak arguments from strong arguments.

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