These steps are as followed:
1. Demoralize2. Destabilization3. Crisis4. Normalization
The first stage is to ―demoralize‖ the group. The U.S. media’s racially devaluing depictions and
distorted portrayal of Black America that amplifies the negative to the point that it distorts realitymore than meets this demoralization process. Through its blatant propagandizing TV
documentaries and fake news reports it frame the myth of Whites’ racial, moral, and ethical
superiority over its Black population. It also depicts the endemic problems of Black America asrooted primarily with Blacks themselves, instead of emanating from white racism. This racist anddemoralizing propaganda is disseminated everywhere unrelentingly. It is deliberately spreadthrough news releases in magazine articles, radio, television, press releases, documentaries,and false census reports. This daily assault on the minds of African Americans demoralizes andbreaks down their sense of racial unity and allegiance, mold the character of self-hatred, self-doubt, self-loath, and distrust among their race. Yuri Bezmenov called this type of applied
propaganda scheme ―ideological subversion,‖ a ―legitimate, overt and open process‖ designedto distort reality and brainwash people’s mind.
In other words, racist white ideology devaluingBlackness is being pumped into the minds of at least three generation of Black people withoutbeing challenged or counterbalanced by self loving Black patriotism. According to YuriBezmenov, this process takes from 15 to 20 years to fully demoralize a targeted population.Because this is the minimum number of years required to indoctrinate one generation of peopleexposed to the self-hating ideology.The main efforts of this psychological warfare against African Americans is to change theirperception of reality to such an extent that despite the abundance of information no one isable to come to a sensible conclusion in the interest of defending themselves, their families andtheir communities. To the detriment of many African Americans, this applied demoralizationprocess has been extremely effective. It has successfully conditioned many African Americansto not only accept white dominance over their lives, but in some cases to prefer it.This demoralization process is not distant and impersonal; it reaches into the homes of everyAfrican American, working its will during nearly every waking hour. All African Americans haveexperienced the burden of this demoralizing process, some more severely than others have. Itis experienced every time a Black person read a newspaper, watches the evening news, andlistens to derogatory radio broadcast about them. Most fail to realize that they are being massmanipulated and instead falls victims to the misinformation about themselves. [Blacks ownnegative personal interactions within their group merely then reinforce it within their minds thatthe propaganda is true] This demoralizing program is the power that shapes and molds the mindand perceptions of virtually every Black citizen, young or old, rich or poor, simple orsophisticated, unknown or famous.
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