Do You Know What You Believe?

“I don’t know what to believe anymore!”

One of the fascinating characters that I have studied throughout my life is Edward Bernays. If you don’t know his work, he is considered by many to be the Godfather of Public Relations.

If you look deeper at his background, you will also discover that he was the nephew of Sigmund Freud, the modern Father of Psychiatry.

Enjoy being controlled.

Edward Bernays learned a lot watching his Uncle Freud, and back in 1928, he wrote the definitive book “Propaganda.”

Now you know why you believe what you believe.

If you want to know why a platform like Facebook or Twitter is so popular, you will discover it by reading Propaganda.

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