The number of children being diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder or ADHD is beyond epidemic levels. As each day passes, the number of cases increases as does the amount of medication prescribed. Until the 1990s, this condition did not have any notoriety and hearing about anyone with the diagnosis was rare. However, things changed fast and ADHD was cemented into the vernacular by the 2000s. Where on Earth did this condition come from and how did it become widespread so fast? The answers rest with the Illuminati.
In order to achieve perfect brainwashing and to prevent alternative doctrines (namely the truth) from taking hold, the Illuminati needed to recondition the minds of American children. The order's first tactic of using a strong liberal arts education laced with "progressive" ideas didn't work as well as intended. Although the youths of the 60s and 70s threatened to undo morality, they also were taught to think independently and became difficult to control. By the 1980s, the Illuminati deemed this approach a failure and looked at a fresh perspective, that of dumbing down society.
To accomplish this, the order began fluoridating water and adding high fructose corn syrup to just about every food it could find. Combined, these factors lowered IQs while raising blood sugar levels to a point where focusing for long periods of time became impossible. The Illuminati ensured that the diets of kids were completely saturated with this junk by forcing schools to serve processed meals shipped frozen from large plants. By pumping students full of a substance sweeter than pure sugar, the order created classrooms full of kids who couldn't sit still.
To counter the rising ADHD epidemic, school districts and state agencies began creating curricula that centered around entertaining students rather than educating them. This is the whole notion behind "make learning fun". That method's intention is to appease ADHD kids while providing dumbed down content. The eventual outcome was to unleash graduates who had little knowledge and could not think independently. Unfortunately, we are now seeing this in abundance. Just ask an older employer if the high school grads of today knew as much as their counterparts from 30 years ago. The answer will almost always be a resounding no!
We can see this trend in the entertainment industry too. Take for example the movies and TV shows from the 1980s and 70s. Films such as "The Hunt for Red October" and "Alien" required viewers to pay close attention to the dialogue in order to follow the plot. They also had rich backstories that required even more focus. Today's movies don't have such depth. Instead of rich characters and plots, audiences are subjected to special effect blitzes that might dazzle the eyes but deliver little in substance. Take the case of "Jurassic Park" and "Jurassic World". The original film had two purposes, to provide an entertaining story of dinosaurs running amok in a theme park and to offer some factual information about the prehistoric animals. By giving kids some actual facts about dinosaurs, the filmmakers helped to educate as well as inspire future paleontologists. "Jurassic World", on the other hand, was all about the action and never about being informative. By ignoring all relevant facts about dinosaurs, the film executives gave their audience what it wanted, a simple plot and dazzling eye candy. The audience didn't need to focus for more than 30 seconds at a time to follow what was happening, and it was constantly entertained.
This degeneration of entertainment can also be seen with networks that used to be about promoting learning and improving the public's general knowledge. Can you remember when TLC, A&E, the Discovery Channel, and the History Channel actually aired real documentaries? It was a long time ago, wasn't it. Today, those channels air nothing but bloated garbage such as "Ancient Aliens", "Duck Dynasty", and "My 600 Pound Life". Even our news networks have deteriorated into mere shadows of their former selves. Fox News, CNN, and MSNBC have turned into shouting matches between pundits with more and more stories about celebrity or political drama. If you think it's just us who believe this, read the following quote from HBO's movie "Game Change": "News is no longer meant to be informative. It's just entertainment."
What all of this means is that the Illuminati has successfully dumbed down American society. The order controls all media sources and can force feed people whatever hideous content it wants, and competing perspectives have little chance at being acknowledged. For an individual to awaken themselves from this nightmare, they must take the initiative and do research. That requires reading, analysis, and forming independent opinions. All of which requires a longer attention span and using skills that are no longer taught.
It goes without saying that we are pessimistic about saving society from the New World Order. How can we get people to listen to the truth when they can't focus on anything for more than 10 seconds that doesn't involve nudity or explosions? We can't, but if you've managed to make it through this article then you are the hope for our bleak future. It means that you can pay attention, and that's something the Illuminati doesn't want.