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David Risselada

David Risselada earned his Master's degree in professional writing from Liberty University and has a Bachelor's degree in social work. David is the author of two books. Psychopolitics in America: A Nation Under Conquest and Not on My Watch: Exposing the Marxist Agenda in Education.

the character of Trump supporters to exhibit this kind of extreme behavior. Over the past several years the left has demonstrated several times over, their capacity for violence. In some instances, they have even been exposed infiltrating conservative groups to make them look like the radicals. Was it trump supporters …

The following is a small excerpt from Chapter Eight of my upcoming book “Without a Shot Indeed: How Social Science and the Arts of Persuasion Induced Compliance with Tyranny.” According to a study entitled Appealing to fear: A meta-analysis of fear appeal effectiveness and theories,[1] fear messages are most effective when presented with …

Once again, American’s are witnessing media propaganda on a grand scale without realizing how their attitudes and opinions are being shaped and guided. The latest stimulus bill, which is being hailed as a “covid-relief” bill, gives Americans affected by the so-called Covid-19 pandemic, economic relief in the amount of a whopping …

The following is a small excerpt from chapter seven in my upcoming book, which I may call, Taken without a shot. It examines the relationship between behaviorism, critical theory,  persuasive communications and how the media carefully constructs a fear message designed to control our behavior. The title alludes to the famous quote by …

The Democrats sure are hypocrites, to say the least. After four years of one attempt after the other to discredit and ultimately unseat President Trump, they have the audacity to suggest Republicans are being uncivil in their insistence that election fraud had occurred. Of course, this is taking things at …

Early on in my writing adventures, shortly after my experience in Social Work education, I focused a great deal on two specific topics. Psychopolitics, and the forty-five goals of the communist party. The former is generally referred to as a way of maintaining coercive control over the thoughts and loyalties …

A few months ago, when it was becoming obvious that Covid-19 propaganda wasn’t going away after a couple weeks of flattening the curve, the New England Journal of Medicine published Ensuring Uptake of Vaccines against SARS-CoV-2. The recommendation in this article is that employers be able to either mandate or, offer incentives …

America continues to march in lock step with the COVID-19 agenda as they have yet to throw off their masks and demand an end to the insidiousness of mask mandates and forced lockdowns. While there is a growing segment of the population who refuse to comply, most people, no doubt …

Americans understand arguments over social issues depending on the way they are framed by the media, or government officials. According to Cass Sunstein, author of the book Nudge: Improving Decisions About Health, Wealth, and Happiness, framing arguments work because people are mindless and passive in their decision making. By framing arguments in …

There is an interesting thing happening amidst the election turmoil that, in my opinion, shows exactly how the elite control the narrative and guide our thinking. Many people believed that the election would mark the end of the so-called Covid 19 pandemic. This is despite Donald Trump initiating operation warp speed to develop a vaccine. The Trump administration …