Time Magazine PSYOP: Putin Vs. College Football

 

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While browsing the internet on a late October night, I stumbled across two distinctly different covers of the exact same edition of the ever popular TIME magazine.

One was meant for US consumption, while the other was published in every other country except in the United States.

This has led me to question if our government, in concert with the corporate media, is currently running information PSYOPs against the American public.

For those of you unfamiliar with the term PSYOP, it’s military jargon for psychological operation.

The purpose of this type of activity, according to the Department of Defense’s Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms, is to convey selective information to audiences in an attempt to influence their emotions, motives, objective reasoning and ultimately their behavior.

One should legitimately question whether this is, or isn’t, currently going on in the United States.

To the skeptic, these twisted attempts at controlling a country’s citizens have only occurred in countries like the Soviet Russia and Nazi Germany.

The graphic above features both the cover of the September 2013 international edition of TIME magazine compared with the September 2013 United States edition of TIME magazine.

The United States’ TIME magazine cover features a college football player with the following caption:

“It’s time to pay college athletes”.

The cover of the international edition states:

“America’s weak and waffling, Russia rich and resurgent”.

Attempts to manipulate perceptions of world affairs is an insult to the dignity of the American people.

It remains our job to question, to remain vigilant and not be lulled into complacency.

Ongoing awareness is vital for our survival as a free people.

 

Jay Syrmopoulos

We Are Change

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