February 13, 2017
By Suzanne Maher
HyperNormalisation 2016 by Adam Curtis
HyperNormalisation 2016 by Adam Curtis is a historiography that begins in the 1970s and shows how our world has been manipulated by governments, financiers, and technological utopians who have built a “fake world”. A system that is run by corporations and kept stable by politicians. Nothing can be allowed to destabilize the system.
Our fake system has never been about solving problems or making things better for the world, it is about the appearance of managing situations and then creating fear with “predictive warnings”, ie; the fake war on terror, and the fake global warming crisis.
Our politicians have no more influence than a night manager at a local Holiday Inn.
Using “perception management” politicians and media tell dramatic stories to grab the public’s attention and keep the people distracted from the real issues. A fake world that is ready to be popped like a zit and the failing impotence of our government systems.