Conditioning is “the process of training or accustoming a person or animal to behave in a certain way or to accept certain circumstances.”
Take for example the new “style” that malls are incorporating into their look. This isn’t a coincidence:
While we’ve been asleep, our masters have been hard at work preparing us for COVID19 and the “new normal” which sounds like and looks like an authoritative state. Look but don’t touch. Stand here, but not here. And most recently, subliminal “we are watching you” towers that are everywhere:
Sure, you can argue that this is to deter theft from the malls, but what about these schools?
Our society could be groomed to accept prison. The only thing missing in the above pictures is the barb wire.
Stay vigilant and keep your guard up. Question everything and don’t take the government’s word for it. We are witnessing a total take down of civil liberties and our government isn’t stepping up to the plate. When the knock on your door to surrender your livelihood comes, will you be ready?
Don’t forget the MTV commercial the deep state tried to warn you about in 2008: https://youtu.be/0asayd7RaxU. This was a warning. Wake up!
Wow, so, according to this hypothesis they’ve been planning this since 1932?!
“The appropriate design and layout of a new neighborhood shopping center was outlined in Architectural Record in 1932. It called for exclusively commercial one-story buildings, and ample parking for those arriving by car. Parking was to be in front of the stores for the sake of convenience, but most important was that parking be “free of through traffic.” Separate access for delivery vehicles was another important aspect.
===> Finally, the article addressed the appearance of the shopping center, suggesting that, “A single feature, such as a clock tower, flagpole, or well-designed electric sign tower, identifying the entire group of shops, [was] more effective than the usual attempts at giving individual shops separate ‘architectural’ treatment.” <===
"Drafting and Design Problems: Neighborhood Shopping Centers," 329.