Thursday, February 20, 2014

BE AWARE: POPULAR DOCUMENTARIES ARE MANIPULATED & MISLEADING


We've been conditioned to accept as normal movies in which the main character, Chuck Norris for example, kills half the population of China with one finger. Films are meant to entertain, and the spectators just don't want to see smaller than life productions. Looking for realism in Hollywood films is like looking for money in the garbage container. On the other hand documentary films are supposed to be dedicated to education and facts. However, most of the popular documentaries presented by International TV channels have turned into a slightly more boring version of regular Hollywood movies.

A good example of fake documentary is Man vs. Wild with Bear Grylls. Let's see what we have here: a man in the “wild” who often has to drink his own urine in order to survive through all kinds of cataclysms. He is being filmed by a mysterious camera man who is supposedly living well while recording videos of people drinking their own piss. N-i-c-e! What the public is not allowed to see is the fact that there is a whole camera crew behind every show, a doctor and probably even a therapist who takes care of this fake Robinson Crusoe. The whole thing is no different than a reality show which is no different than a regular movie. The success of Man vs. Wild have been tremendous and I wouldn't be surprised if the used underwear of Bear Grylls sells for a few mills at a private auction. He is already selling books, knives, tomahawks, screwdrivers, nuts, nails, condoms for the wild..etc. for fifty times their stock value. Tell me more about how you learn about real life from documentaries! Please.


Documentaries are subject to corruption just like regular Hollywood drama because it's expected that they will educate people about how the world works. It happens from time to time but there are also scrips and real actors hired to re-create the scenes. This is how you put people in the “mood” to accept what they as real. For example, documentaries talking about near death experience will usually show emergency rooms, ER doctors, surgeries and what not to make the presented material more realistic and entertaining. Mystic music and voice effects will be used to dig even deeper into the human brain and manipulate the visual senses of the individual. If you remove all of the sorcery all that's left are interviews with people who may or may not be completely insane. At the same time what is presented as fact could also be misleading since nobody has the time to check whether the person talking is actually the one he pretends to be.

Suspicious “facts”, quotes used out of the context, actors, sound & visual effects, hidden symbols and misleading messages could be much more dangerous than a science-fiction Hollywood movie which does not claim to be real anyway. The directors and the sponsors count on people's general laziness, lack of education and marvelous ability to absorb stupid things. The official cover-up story is that everything is supposed to be made more professional so that the spectator can really feel the world that's presented on the screen. The manipulation is so powerful that if the man with money wanted to invent a new kind of animal species, they could do it with enough propaganda and distortion of the facts. Who will check if it's real? As always the problem comes down to the naivete of the general population.

Below are a few clips exposing Men in the Wild:





18 comments:

  1. Dear iron gangsta,
    do you think this way of training triceps is effective? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ARg0k-D3Dpc
    Is it by anyway inferior to using dumbells?http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aM13vOcx1yw

    Thanks in advance

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    1. The only problem with the plate would be that you can't increase the weight. I would just do lots of reps. But yeah it's "effective."

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    2. So other than weight issues it isnt any inferior from using the dumbells to work triceps? Thank you.

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  2. something pop in my mind when u said do many reps. can i know whats the difference between doing with heavy weight vs doing with lower weight but alot of reps?for lower weight As you do more sets u will find each set getting harder is there still a difference with heavy weight but fewer sets?

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  3. Heavy weight = low reps = "strength"

    Light weight = more reps = "pump" + "less strength"

    Both build muscle and strength.

    Moderate weight is the best.

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    1. Wow. Always knew Bear Grylls Man vs Wild was staged/setup, I did not realize it was as bad as some of the videos you linked.

      I like Les Stroud's work better. He is indeed out there alone, and he shows failures as well as successes.

      But you are right on point - don't just accept what is presented to you. Think for yourself.

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  4. Sorry for off topic, but do you think Johnny Candito is natural?

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  5. Doubt it. BTW I am preparing a surprise for all those people asking me about naturals!

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    1. what kind of surprise? :D

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    2. A new site dedicated to this this natural game specifically. I made a mistake to use blogspot because it's own by Google.

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  6. can i know how many kg of weight most people need for training bicep /triceps so that they reach almost the max they can grow? assuming using a barbell for bicep and tricep.

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  7. It's irrelevant - some are stronger some are weaker. It can't be answered. Whatever weight is moderate for you - use it.

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  8. Hey irongangsta

    This comment has nothing to do with this article but since it was the most recent one you wrote i will just post this here:


    i was thinking a lot about people making other people their idols and stuff like these "stars"
    Also i was reading a article you wrote some days(?) Ago with some quotes by some popular people. So i was thinking why are these people so popular? Whats so special about what they said or what they might have said or what someone wrote and put their name under it. Like for example nietzsche was mentally ill. Many people that got famous ( not famous like stars in hollywood but people like big philosophs and poets for example ) are mentally ill. Many are completly failed human beings that never got a hold of their life. Why are people listening to them as if they where gods.

    Maybe you could write something like that in one of your articles, because i felt like someone had to say it.

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  9. Good point,

    In general all people are nothing more than pieces of shits. I don't give a fuck who you are. We are all going to burn sooner or later like a candle.

    Yes, many people with great quotes are in fact weird and often do not represent what one would call a stable individual but this does mean that they did not have good ideas.

    Ideas do not have owners - just borrowers. And i like some of the quotes - their official authors may be insane but some of the things they said appeal to me.

    But, yes, you are correct - bending over for no one - especially the Hollywood scum.

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  10. The sanest people are in mental asylums.

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  11. Hi, how come so long no new post=(?

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    1. Sorry about that. I was sidetracked by another project but I will post new content as soon as I can.

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