The term “social engineering” is often misunderstood; what it refers to is the act of manipulating people (or masses of people) into doing whatever it is that you want. The term is not quite similar to a people trick or a people fraud, and it’s often about making people divulge information.
Russell Blaylock, M.D is a retired neurosurgeon, and according to everything I’ve read about him, he was really good, and understood a lot of things that most weren’t so interested in. He wrote several articles and a few books, tackling many subjects related mostly to degenerative diseases.
So what to the Rockefellers, social engineering, a neurosurgeon and food additives have in common?? The videos we’re presenting you here. Really interesting stuff, though I think it’s a bit of a conspiracy theory. However, if you listen carefully, I’m sure you’ll be able to delimitate what’s true from what could be true.
This is the world we live in.
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