Harry Fear is an independent British filmmaker maker and journalist, based in Gaza. Harry is well-known for his reporting of the Gaza war in November 2012. He lectures on the Israel-Palestine conflict, Gaza and media bias in Europe, North America, Australasia and Malaysia. He trains Palestinians on outreach to Western audiences. He’s also co-director of the Welcome to Gaza Convoy that takes media-making delegations to Gaza. In this talk, he discusses the significance of love in relation to parts of the world that have been stigmatised in the media.
Stolen from anonymissexpress. This is a follow-up on The hatred trap: psyops in the EU to undermine solidarity (Part 1)
Doctrines and kneejerks
Thanks to the Anglo-Saxon model and the Friedman doctrine promoted in the EU up to the level that it became the leading part of a constitution the people of Europe had no say in, any stagnation of growth or signs of a recession leads to the same Pavlov reaction everywhere of more austerity.
If we are going to assume the system to be “alive” by suggesting the system is responding in a human (conditioned) behavioural mode, Pavlov’s research showed how all temperament types responded to pain and stress stimuli the same way, but different temperaments move through the responses at different times. The most basic inherited difference … was how soon they reached this shutdown point and that the quick-to-shut-down have a fundamentally different type of nervous system. Lees meer