How Red and Black Are Used in Propaganda and Social Engineering

Have you noticed?

Our children, siblings, parents, classmates, coworkers, cousins, friends and other fellow Americans are being brainwashed using the colors red and black.

I first noticed it during the last term of the Barack Obama-Joe Biden Administration.

Since then, if you are paying attention, it is noticeable in woke retailers decor, television advertisements, transit bus banners, billboards, magazines and even at sports functions.

Advertisers know that red is powerfully used to evoke strong emotions of urgency, emergency and insurgency.

Red can increase heart rate and alertness. The color also denotes anger, stranger and danger.

For over a century, the Russian military has been known as the “Red Army.”

In America, we have experienced deliberate widespread fear of the potential rise of communism, anarchism or other leftist ideologies: right after World War I, World War II, and more recently.

For at least twenty years, in what is now deemed the “New Red Scare,” communist China has been infiltrating American politics, business, trade, land, sports and especially higher education.

Even since the pirating days of Blackbeard and Calico Jack, the color black has been used to symbolize anarchy.

Whose idea was it to use red and black in Joe Biden’s September 2022 Pennsylvania speech? Why?

Here is how President Donald Trump responded:

Popular meme

Here is a typical response from America:

More Examples of Red and Black Propaganda


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  1. Exodus 7:14: “Thus saith the LORD, In this thou shalt know that I am the LORD: behold, I will smite with the rod that is in mine hand upon the waters which are in the river, and they shall be turned to blood.”

    This probably means that the river turned to red.

    Blood is the color red. When do we see blood? After a cut, a laceration. In battle, men get wounded and bleed. There is red all over. Red or blood can be associated with violence and danger.

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