I find it a bit torturous to ask someone to listen to 18 minutes of Barackulous, I hope this enlightenment is worth the cost.[/quote]
No one embarked on that journey without knowing the pain they were getting into
I see the whole thing as sort of like a propagandist symphony, where the subliminal is only one instrument and only plays a small part of a larger thing. So in that sense it may be worthless to see it without also having the full story of the full 18 minutes along with it
It starts with “All American” music blaring. Goes into attack mode. Implants a defensive AND hidden message. Then goes with the sarcastic ad hominem / appeal to authority in order to solidify it all - and this happens immediately by the way.
Or to run with the tree planting analogy it starts with deep digging, planting the seed, cover the hole, add plenty of water by watering it down with a bunch of other jokes - including making fun of himself etc. Ending with more or less sunshine (you guys are awesome - awesome reporting - free speech ftw, etc.) Timing and everything are like picking a good spot to plant where plenty of sunshine will get through - all premeditated
I think it is worth watching and analyzing the whole thing - but my interest level is higher than most I would imagine. A real live instance of what I consider to be some pretty hardcore propaganda / psychological war games
Am I reading too much into it? No. Not this time. It is their. You can see it.
It lies somewhere in between minutes 2 and 4. It is visual - you can pause it and read
As kamui says there is also audio related, but I wouldn’t call it an audio component
(…tho maybe I should try and slow it down and/or backmask it - heh)
As Cortes says it’s where you might expect - so you don’t really need that beginning bit, but it enhances what I said above if you consider his whole style throughout. I’m talking about the lead up and everything