Children suckling television

From its application in the classroom to its use in the workplace, psychology has become a hot topic. The discipline is even finding its way into homes. Television programs like “Nanny 911” and “Supernanny” demonstrate what the power of a little Mind Control can do. The children on these shows would surely be required by schools to take a “chemical straightjacket” 9 such as Ritalin, but in a week’s time the behavior modification programs transform these tiny terrors into little angels.

“Sen. Ronda Storms said prescribed drugs have replaced talk therapy and are over-prescribed to subdue unruly children,” writes Edecio Martinez for CBS News:

“All you do is mask the behavioral problems by treating him (psychotropically). All you’re doing is putting him in a chemical straight jacket so that he can’t act out so you can get him to 18 and dump him into adulthood and that’s not acceptable,” said Storms to CBS affiliate WFOR.

Gabriel’s death prompted a statewide investigation [in Florida] that found 13 percent, or 2,699, of all foster children are on such drugs, according to a Department of Children and Families (DCF) study. That compares with only an estimated 4 percent to 5 percent of children in the general population.10

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Neuroscience for Everyone!

Spanish researcher José M.R. Delgado, M.D., describes stimoceiver brain implant technology in his 1969 book Physical Control of the Mind: Toward a Psychocivilized Society. In addition to presenting his experiments on humans and other animals, Delgado grapples with our ability to cope with the realities of modernization.

The contrast between the fast pace of technological evolution and our limited advances in the understanding and control of human behavior is creating a growing danger. We are facing a situation in which vast amounts of accumulated destructive power are at the disposal of brains which have not yet learned to be wise enough to solve economic conflicts and ideological antagonisms intelligently. The “balance of terror” existing in the present world reflects the discrepancy between the awesome technology and the underdeveloped wisdom of man.11

And in the introduction to Delgado’s book, editor Ruth Nanda Anshen notes that:

Man has entered a new era of evolutionary history, one in which rapid change is a dominant consequence.… He must now better appreciate this fact and then develop the wisdom to direct the process toward his fulfillment rather than toward his destruction.… By intelligent intervention in the evolutionary process man has greatly accelerated and greatly expanded the range of his possibilities. But he has not changed the basic fact that it remains a trial and error process, with the danger of taking paths that lead to sterility of mind and heart, moral apathy and intellectual inertia; and even producing social dinosaurs unfit to live in an evolving world.12

Alvin Toffler notes in Rethinking the Future that “The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn.” 13

“The human mind is like a computer no matter how efficient it may be,” explains “The CFR Controlled Media Cabal (Part 3)” documentary about the Council on Foreign Relations. “It’s reliability is only as great as the information fed into it.” 14

“‘Garbage in, garbage out,’ is as true of the brain is it is of a computer,” notes the ABC’s of the Human Mind.15

The CFR documentary continues:

If it is possible to control the input of the human mind, then no matter how intelligent a person may be, it’s entirely possible to program what he will think; and yes, it’s even possible to program people to laugh at the mere mention of the word conspiracy.” 16

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9 Hutchens, A. L., & Hynd, G. W. (1987). Medications and the school age child and adolescent: A review. School Psychology Bulletin, 16, 527 542; in David Sue, Derald Sue, & Stanley Sue, Understanding Abnormal Behavior, 4th ed. (Mass: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1994), p. 512.

10 Edecia Martinez, “After 7-year-old Gabriel Myers’ suicide, Fla. bill Looks to tighten access to psychiatric drugs,” CBS News, 17 March 2010, at (retrieved: 1 January 2013).

11 José Delgado, Physical Control of the Mind: Toward a Psychocivilized Society (New York, NY: Harper & Row, Publishers, 1969), p. 14.

12 Ruth Nanda Anshen, “World Perspectives: What This Series Means,” in Ibidem, pp. xi-xii.

13 Alvin Toffler, Heidi Toffler, and Rowan Gibson, Rethinking the Future: Rethinking Business, Principles, Competition, Control & Complexity, Leadership, Markets and The World (Nicholas Brealey Publishing, 1998).

14 “[CFR]:Media Controlled and Manipulated by Corporate (3 of 3),” MarkNg07 video at, (retrieved: 5 January 2011). (Show video)

15 ABCs of the Human Mind (Pleasantville, NY, Reader’s Digest, 1990), p. 106.

16 Ibid., “[CFR]: Media.”

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