I don't have time to read a novel's worth of material on a particular website, and it's not my responsibility to prove your points for you. The burden of proof is on the person making the claim, after all. I did look at each section though and browsed through many of the articles.
What I'm seeing is a conglomeration of singularly alarmist articles (primarily I sense an atmosphere of anti-media, anti-capitalism, anti-commercialism/corporations) without any commentary from a single
dissenting opinion. Surely you recognize that numerous sources from multiple perspectives provides a more complete analysis of information than a single source. You're only getting a small piece of the picture if you're relying on this site for your world view. A site that claims that people "out there" have an agenda itself
has an agenda.
Furthermore, I'm entirely confused as to what this website has to do with people being incapable of "any" critical thinking or "individual thinking." Why would a majority of Americans voluntarily vote for a totalitarian government? Do you have access to a scientifically conducted poll that asks Americans, "Do you favor a totalitarian government?" that shows a majority of assenting responses? If you don't have anything like this, I don't see how you can hold such a rigid, extreme view. Perhaps you can direct me to an article that addresses these statements I've referred to in this paragraph, rather than refer to a plethora of largely irrelevant articles, such as how media outlets sway polls.
This is not to say that the articles you've referred to represent 0% truth. It's merely to say that these articles are irrelevant to your above claim regarding a total lack of critical thinking and individual thinking among at least a majority, if not all Americans. You're now introducing new topics rather than sticking to the topic that I was addressing.
Rather than bite the bait (by agreeing or disagreeing with article contents), I'd rather simply ask again for evidence to support your specific claims.