Dictionary.com defines brainwash as:
Sounds like something we’re all subject to on a daily basis. TV, movies, internet, public education. The constant repetition of some “fact” leads us to unconsciously think it’s true. We never think about where we get that information, just that it’s so prevalent “everybody knows.”
“A lie told often enough becomes the truth.” —Vladimir Lenin
There are so many ways to get brainwashed it’s hard to find them all. One of the problems with brainwashing is that you don’t know it’s happening when it’s happening.
But there are ways to undo your indoctrination. The first thing you need to do is realize, and be open to the fact that it’s happened to you. The next step is to find out the who, how and where of the washing.
So how do you brainwash a whole population? Here is a vital video that explains some of the more devious and hidden ways we’re getting our brains clogged with wrong information. Once you know some of these methods you are much less likely to fall victim to them.