A definition of cults, both obvious and subtle, with an explanation of their characteristics and pervasive nature together with the ways to avoid them.
The political-big-business-and-money-establishment powerfully conditions our televisions, radio, and newspapers. Sometimes this is obvious but often it is subtle. Most media like to create the impression of even-handed and objective reporting but this is frequently an illusion. Stories are selectively emphasized and often worded in a way that is biased and deceptive, all the while giving a false impression of fair and honest reporting.
The problem is, people don’t know how to think, and large numbers are ill equipped to handle the media onslaught, becoming unwitting media victims, hypnotized by slogans, appeals to fear, and materialistic self-interest.