Thursday, August 13, 2015

Appeal to Fear: Nuclear Weapons and Terrorism

Appeal to Fear

Propaganda conditioned American consciousness to distinguish terrorism exclusive to Muslims. While the elite network uses scaremongering, false flag operations, and news media disinformation to execute their plans inside nation states. Appeal to fear propaganda gathers a following by multiplying the perception of potential threats to society.
Fear. Such appeals are meant to arouse fear in the listeners. The speaker then offers them a way of dealing with the threat. Like many propaganda techniques, fear appeals are not inherently bad. Many social service campaigns include fear appeals that are designed to encourage people to fear things that they should rightly be afraid of, such as AIDS or the health consequences of smoking. Fear appeals are propagandist when they exaggerate a threat to exploit the fear of the listener or misrepresent the effectiveness of their recommendation for dealing with the threat.1

Nuclear Concerns

The Cold War featured the nuclear rivalry between the United States and the Russian Federation. An impending threat of nuclear war was the appeal to fear which lasted more than four decades. The other main feature was the struggle between opposing political ideologies. After World War II, this rivalry became the ideal set-up for two opposing nuclear arms industries to flourish. When Eisenhower was elected, there were around 1,000 warheads in the U.S. nuclear stockpile; by the time he left office the arsenal totaled some 20,000 warheads.(Malcolmson 1985)
It is clear that the nuclear threat, in response to the perceived Soviet menace, came to dominate profoundly the American search for national security. This threat seemed to give the United States a major initiative in its global struggle against Communism. It seemed to put real bite into the policy of containment, a policy that many Republicans, so long out of power, had come to regard as toothless, timid, and dangerously reactive. It seemed to confront the Kremlin at that point where the Soviets were weak and vulnerable. The national security policy of the Republican administration, it has been said, flowed from the strong belief of the president and his top policy advisers in the utility of nuclear weapons for both deterrent and actual military missions. Nuclear strength, it was firmly believed, could be readily converted into political advantage. On several occasions during these years the United States threatened to use nuclear weapons, when it felt that such threats would persuade a foe of its resolve and seriousness. And it also indicated a willingness, if necessary, to follow through on these threats. As John Gaddis has pointed out, It is clear, in retrospect, that the Eisenhower administration was prepared to go nuclear in any of several contingencies—a Soviet conventional force attack in Europe, a violation of the Korean armistice, a decision to intervene directly in Indochina, or a Chinese Communist assault on Quemoy and Matsu. These were threats that had to be taken seriously in foreign capitals; for at this time the United States was the only nation in a position to so brandish its nuclear weapons. One would imagine that its willingness to act in this manner must have stiffened the resolve in the Kremlin to neutralize the U.S. nuclear arsenal, or, perhaps, even to turn the table on its capitalist adversary.

The concern during the 1950s to highlight the role of nuclear weapons was accompanied by a determination to play down the differences between these new weapons and conventional armaments. The distinctions between them was blurred. It was often suggested and sometimes openly stated that there was no real difference between the use of nuclear and non-nuclear weapons. Nuclear weapons, it was said, should be seen as military tools much like other tools in the arsenal. As John Foster Dulles, the secretary of state, explained to a closed NATO ministerial meeting in April 1954, the United States believed that nuclear weapons must now be treated as in fact having become conventional. It should be our agreed policy, he said, in case of war, to use atomic weapons as conventional weapons against military assets of the enemy whenever and wherever it would be of advantage to do so.

During these years, when the United States had an overwhelming nuclear superiority, it was promoting a kind of normalizing of the status of these weapons. It was according them a sense of the commonplace; it was suggesting that to use them would not be all that remarkable. Given the conscious adoption of a policy of marked nuclear dependence, such talk, perhaps, was unavoidable, a necessary was of justifying what has been decided on for other reasons. But such talk was not cost-free. As Bernard Brodie pointed out a few years later, at the end of the 1950s: although a considerable residue of anathema and horror for the use of nuclear weapons remains in the world today, it has been considerably eroded by repeated insistence, emanating mostly from the United States, that the use of nuclear weapons must be regarded as absolutely normal, natural, and right. Whether it was really in the American interest to attack the emotional resistances to using nuclear weapons was never soberly examined.2
The attractiveness of political policy dominated by nuclear weapons...
...derived very much from its relative cheapness and its immediate popular appeal. Any alternative policy would have had to put much more stress on conventional forces, and these forces would have cost more (more troops, larger quantities of weapons) and probably would have necessitated some sort of broadly based, if not universal, military training. Fiscal conservatism, then, and public dislike of anything that resembled conscription, were allies of the proponents of air-atomic power. As Michael Howard has observed, Governments, and the majorities on which they relied, found in nuclear weapons so convenient a solution to their budgetary problems that they were adopted almost without question. Nuclear bombs saved money and manpower. They allowed the United States to play from strength, the strength and dynamism of its sophisticated technology, as against the labor-intensive Red Army. The confidence placed in nuclear bombs was reflected in the rapid and substantial military demobilization that occurred at the end of the war, from some 12 million to 1.7 million troops in the United States (the USSR demobilized too, though not to the same extent: there were around 3 million men in the Soviet armed forces in early 1948, down from almost 12 million in 1945). The triumph of air-atomic power, then, was partly a consequence of the wholesale reduction of non-nuclear military force.3

Code Name: Manhattan Project

Secret research and development for the first nuclear chain reaction bomb totaled nearly $2 billion dollars; code named Manhattan Project. Its work force increased to 130,000+ people. 90% of expenses were devoted to factory construction, and production of materials capable of sustained nuclear fission, or fissile material.
Meanwhile, the nuclear arsenals kept growing. When Eisenhower was elected, there were around 1,000 warheads in the U.S. nuclear stockpile; by the time he left office the arsenal totaled some 20,000 warheads. New delivery systems were also developed. In fact, the technology of mass destruction advanced to rapidly that strategy, rather than leading, was almost always being led. Few wondered very long or very loudly about the point of it all.4

New Manhattan Project

On American television screens, the September 11th demolitions became a new Manhattan project, to establish a warfare theater in Afghanistan, where intelligence soon determined a lack of targets. So the War on Terror expanded into Iraq under false pretenses.

By virtue of domestic controlled demolitions—disguised as foreign terrorism—tyranny legislation flew through Congress. 98 out of 100 Senators voted yes to the Patriot Act; several signed without reading it. Bolstered by the bandwagon propaganda of George Bush Jr.: Either you are with us, or you are with the terrorists. Dissenters officially became the enemy; American war protesters became domestic terrorists.
...neither the American administration nor those who opposed the policy of regime change seem willing to acknowledge that terrorism has a state component. Terrorism is not exclusively the practice of rouge groups and individuals, not exclusively the weapon of the weak against the strong, but is practiced by governments around the world in the control of their own populations.5

  1. O'Rourke, James; Collins, Sandra. Module 5: Interpersonal Communication Listening and Responding. 2008. Independence, KY: Cengage Learning. Print. p.53 (emph. added)
  2. Malcolmson, Robert W. Nuclear Fallacies: How We Have Been Misguided Since Hiroshima. 1985. Canada: McGill-Queen's Univ. Print. pp.43,44
  3. Malcolmson, Robert W. Nuclear Fallacies: How We Have Been Misguided Since Hiroshima. 1985. Canada: McGill-Queen's Univ. Print. pp.44,45
  4. Malcolmson, Robert W. Nuclear Fallacies: How We Have Been Misguided Since Hiroshima. 1985. Canada: McGill-Queen's Univ. Print. pp.46
  5. Keller, James R. V for Vendetta as Cultural Pastiche: A Critical Study of the Graphic Novel and Film. 2008. Jefferson, NC: McFarland. Print. p.36

Sunday, July 26, 2015

Conspiracy Exposés and Citizen Journalism

Sensationalism of Conspiracy

Conspiracy exposés by citizen journalism channel to sensationalism and fearmongering. For example, the Top 50 Articles hosted by the established conspiracy site, Before It's News, become guidance for journalists who desire more media exposure.

Even though BIN flags serious issues, it also becomes evidence of how conspiracy journalism can degenerate into the sensationalism of supermarket tabloids. Also, to serve the purpose of fearmongering propaganda by the intelligence community's controlled opposition. Sometimes misreporting events later exposed as false flag operations, including the Oklahoma City bombing.

Misuse aside, when sensational news is presented in a proper context, it can provide a public service. Since sensationalist journalism also covers socioeconomic norms.

According to the prosecution, McVeigh used an ANFO (Ammonium Nitrate and Fuel Oil) bomb to destroy the Alfred P. Murrah federal building. McGyver makes it look real easy on TV. But according to Department of the Army and Air Force Technical Manual No. 9-1910, entitled Military Explosives, ANFO requires a greater than 99% purity of ammonium nitrate, as well as a specific dryness, before it can be mixed with diesel fuel to create an explosive substance. The manual further spells out that even under ideal conditions (not often reached even by experts) 4,800 pounds of ANFO explosive would create a much smaller crater than the one left in front of the Murrah building, and its shock wave could not possibly wield the force necessary to compromise the building's concrete support structure. The FBI claims that the ANFO charge was made from 50 bags of fertilizer. Ammonium nitrate fertilizers comes in much weaker concentrations than the 99%-plus required for explosives. Creating concentrated amounts of ammonium nitrate is quite complex, and would require many bags of fertilizer. In short, according to the government's own textbook, the Oklahoma City bombing COULD NOT HAVE HAPPENED IN THE WAY THE FBI SAYS IT HAPPENED. IT IS A PHYSICAL, CHEMICAL, AND THERMODYNAMIC IMPOSSIBILITY.1

Controlled opposition is not the only source of sensationalized disinformation. Add mainstream media and the FBI to the list.

Sensationalism, of course, did not start with the penny newspapers of the 1830s or the outrageously partisan news gossip that was a regular feature as far back as the end of the eighteenth century. And the nineteenth-century model of sensationalism did not develop in a vacuum. It was the result of a particular mix of social and economic forces of the time, and it continued changing from decade to decade throughout the century.2

The defenders of sensational news point to its ability to draw attention to community problems, such as crime and violence, and to call for solutions. Mott wrote that the exploitation of crime and scandal was here allied with the crusading spirit, and thus crusades were often sensational. In the Chicago Daily News, Melville Stone's reporters sometimes solved crimes. Pulitzer argued that his sensational stories built an audience for his editorials, investigations, and crusades. Ernest C. Hynds observed: [Pulitzer] is widely remembered for his emphasis on accuracy, accuracy, accuracy in reporting simple facts and more complex ideas and his willingness to fight for progress and reform.

Sensational news can also lower a community's moral standards. In using the term pernicious sensationalism, Karen L. Slattery charged that such coverage removes the moral consequences of crime and violence from the public agenda by failing to provide a proper context.
Pernicious sensationalism, however, is defined as coverage of events or issues that are also tied to the community's moral standards, but which have been removed from their broader moral context. Such stories are packaged as isolated incidents and presented as matters lacking moral consequences. In the face of such coverage, news of the moral life loses its significance.[Slattery, 1994]
But when sensational news is presented in a proper context, it can provide a public service. Slattery noted:
The scholarship on the problem of sensationalism, then, suggests that some of the news that is considered sensation serves the purpose of keeping the public's finger on the pulse of the moral community. Cleansing the news of all that is labeled sensational is undesirable because some of the news casually tagged sensational, however, unwholesome, is really news of the moral life.[Slattery, 1994]
As a legitimate form of journalism, sensational coverage can attract audiences who might not read more erudite journals, its defenders insist. By informing these readers about serious social problems, the sensational press can raise public consciousness and influence public opinion to address such issues as inadequate housing, rising crime, and domestic violence. Carpenter, Lacy, and Fico summarized this defense of sensationalism:
Sensational stories are of value . . . they are an integral part of journalism and should not be condemned by elitist critics. Sensational literature targets lower socio-economic audiences and can promote social cohesion by legitimizing social norms and by publicizing the objectionable behavior of others.[Carpenter, Lacy, and Fico]
Sensationalism also offers an entertainment element that even appeals to the elite audience, such as the well-dressed businessman who hides the tabloid-sized New York Post inside the standard-size New York Times lest his fellow evening subway riders consider him uneducated.3

Controlled Opposition

Many conspiracy theories actually describe factual actions and plans of the elite network. They help expose massive abuses of authority and extreme financial corruption. In response, the intelligence community uses controlled opposition to regulate and manipulate the flow of information to minimize blowback for elite network members involved.

The intelligence community frequently leaks information which includes disinformation. A name is often attached to distract human consciousness from a much greater problem—narrowing the focus.

For example, while the Watergate scandal focused on Nixon, the FBI had perpetrated tens of thousands of illegal black bag operations—which continue today. The CIA is involved with international black bag jobs, while the FBI is involved with domestic break-ins. But the topic has been narrowed to Nixon and Watergate, so human consciousness misses the greater contemporary abuse of authority viewed in the bigger picture.
It is an age-old strategy to feign disavowal of membership in an organization as a way to lead the opposition to it and thereby undermine the effectiveness of that opposition. Stone as a supposed opponent of Freemasonry would be in the perfect position to limit the damage done to Freemasonry by the exposure of its secrets by Captain Morgan and the public uproar that ensued from his murder in consequence thereof. In the intelligence community this is called a limited hangout, where certain information is acknowledged in a pretended opposition, in order to steer the opposition away from the whole truth that would damage the enterprise. Vladimir Lenin explained: The best way to control the opposition is to lead it ourselves.4

The intelligence community also has operatives posing as truth journalists who can become the figureheads of controlled opposition.
Part of the plan to bring order from chaos involves false revolutions and controlled opposition. As genocidal communist dictator Vladimir Lenin said quite eloquently, the best way to control the opposition is to lead it. The New World Order has actually put many of their best men undercover posing as truth activists, journalists, authors, and lecturers in honeypot/misinfo operations. In fact, since the original printing of The Atlantean Conspiracy it has become glaringly obvious to me and much of the conspiracy community that many figureheads quoted in this book such as Alex Jones and David Icke are actually NWO controlled opposition agents. This is not to say that the majority of what these people are saying isn't true, however, the art of disinformation is mixing 90% truth with 10% misinfo. For example, most of what David Icke writes is spot-on, but now and again he goes off the deep-end and claims the whole royal family are cannibalistic shapeshifting reptilian aliens from Draconis or in his lastest book he says the moon is a hollow alien spaceship used to mind control humanity. People like myself willing to give David the benefit of the doubt hear and agree with 90% of his excellent information then just forgive him for the shapeshifting reptilian stuff. The masses, however, hear David Icke and immediately think crazy conspiracy theory bullshit, and this is how such controlled opposition agents are able to poison the well. Alex Jones does this by completely omitting anything about Zionism or Judaism from his show then regularly going on crazy-eyed screaming rants about Y2K or FEMA coffins.5

Ordo Ab Chao

Sensationalism is used by the elite network in media blitzes to stir chaos in human consciousness.
Secret societies have a great motto—Ordo Ab Chao, meaning Order Out of Chaos. Agendas are formulated designed to give the powerful more power. Chaos is created, and media blitzed. Then cries go out for a solution. Laws are passed which could never have been passed without the chaos. The order has reigned, through deception of the masses, and the agenda is accomplished. 6

Fusion Paranoia

The 9/11 Demolitions became the Pearl Harbor of activism to help bring together both left-wing and right-wing political activists, which has been called fusion paranoia.
In a recent discussion of conspiracy theories, the journalist Michael Kelly argues that their elements have long been shared by both the far right and the far left, and in recent years have come together, in a weird meeting of the minds to become one, and to permeate the mainstream of American politics and popular culture. You could call it fusion paranoia. The concept of fusion paranoia, the common property of Left and Right, owes much to Richard Hofstadter's essay of three decades ago on the paranoid political style. The argument offered here is, in one sense, a fusion paranoia thesis, but in this case a fusion not of Left and Right but of the disparate elements of stigmatized knowledge. This is a universe in which Left and Right may cohabit, but so too do believers in UFO abductions, Atlantis, and orgone boxes. At one level, this notion depoliticizes conspiracy theories by making them merely one of many forms of suppressed knowledge, within the larger embrace of stigmatized knowledge claims, most of which are not overtly political. This appears to lift conspiratorialism out of the realm of right-wing political ideology and instead links it to occultism, alternative science and healing, New Age spirituality, and allied subjects.

At another level, however, the repositioning of conspiratorialism within stigmatized knowledge is rife with political implications. In the first place, stigmatized knowledge claims seek to delegitimize orthodox or received knowledge, which is deemed to be either incomplete or false. Second, the institutions associated with the discovery, dissemination, and application of received knowledge are therefore deemed to be involved in the promulgation of error, sometimes inadvertently but often allegedly by design. Hence, the world of stigmatized knowledge is deeply anti-authoritarian, for the authoritative institutions—universities, mass media, government, and so on—are believed to be implicated in willful efforts to prevent the truth from reaching the public. This anti-authoritarian bias may be found among UFO enthusiasts who charge the government with suppressing evidence of extraterrestrial contacts, among partisans of alternative medicine who see a conspiracy of pharmaceutical companies, and even among believers in lost continents and civilizations who see dark designs among university-based archaeologists and historians. Devotees of New World Order conspiracies find kindred spirits among champions of such pariah views. Clearly, however, they reject only some authorities, not authority as such. They claim for themselves precisely the authoritative status they deny to holders of social power. Their goal is less the anarchistic one of unseating all authority, than it is one of inversion, in which outsiders displace insiders.7

  1. Rense, Jeff. 30 Crucial OKC Bombing Questions Remain Unanswered. Ashland, OR: Rense. Web.
  2. Sachsman, David B.; Bulla, David W. Sensationalism: Murder, Mayhem, Mudslinging, Scandals, and Disasters in 19th-Century Reporting. 2013. Piscataway, NJ: Transaction. Print. p.x
  3. Sachsman, David B.; Bulla, David W. Sensationalism: Murder, Mayhem, Mudslinging, Scandals, and Disasters in 19th-Century Reporting. 2013. Piscataway, NJ: Transaction. Print. pp.117–119
  4. Hendrie, Edward. Antichrist: The Beast Revealed. 2015. Garrisonville, VA: Great Mountain. Print. p.000
  5. Dubay, Eric. The Atlantean Conspiracy (Final Edition). 2013. Raleigh, NC: Lulu. Print. p.327
  6. Arthur, James. Mushrooms and Mankind: The Impact of Mushrooms on Human Consciousness and Religion. 2000. San Diego, CA: Book Tree. Print. p.40
  7. Kaplan, Jeffrey; Bjørgo, Tore. Nation and Race: The Developing Euro-American Racist Subculture. 1998. Lebanon, NH: University Press of New England. Print. pp.67,68

Saturday, July 25, 2015

Spiritual Grounding

A neurolinguistic programmer/psychotherapist, who treated victims of satanic ritual abuse, became a pariah among her peers for taking a stand. She comprehensively explained the reality of the spiritual realm:
I think one of the most important training aspects though is the spiritual peace. If you're going to be dealing ritual and satanic abuse, you need a strong faith. Because there is a spiritual reality out there, and you have to be very spiritually grounded. This is not an easy subject; it's hard for people to deal with the initial things that are going on. Things like the sacrifices, and so on. But the real drama; the real event is in the battle for souls that's going on. And we're not used to that in this society. In our society, if you can't touch it, it's not real; it's not existing. But we have been misled, and misdirected. And it's time that we got ourselves back on the path, and realize the reality of this. It's your life, and take it seriously. Realize that you are a beautiful spirit being, and protect that part of you.1
  1. Whitehead, David. Satanic Ritualistic Abuse Exposed by Canadian Psychotherapist Sandra Fecht. 2015. San Bruno, CA: YouTube. Web.

Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Airport, Guidestones & Abortion Industry of the Elites

Denver International Airport

The Denver International Airport (DIA) construction, with a cost nearly $2 billion over budget, replaced a sufficient international airport. But the newer airport has an underground base to help ensure Continuity of Government (COG), aka Continuity of Operations (COOP).

And just as the Statue of Liberty was consecrated during a pagan ceremony, the two Masonic Grand Masters who presided over the dedication of DIA were inscribed in granite.
...we also explored the strange murals, plaques and rumors that surrounded Denver Airport. Begun in the late '80s and finished in the mid-'90s, the Denver Airport was the top project for Denver Mayor Fredrico Pena and other civic leaders from the Rocky Mountains.

The strangeness begins with the notion that a new airport in Denver was actually necessary. The old airport, Stapleton, was a perfectly adequate international facility. The new airport took years longer than expected to be finished, going more than a billion dollars over budget.

During the new airport's lengthy construction rumors arose about a purported secret military base also being built beneath the new Denver Airport. Locals reported hearing deep underground noises. Thousands of truckloads of dirt were removed from the area over the years according to nearby neighbors. Painters and drywall installers talked of elevators that go down 30 to 40 stories and ex-intelligence spooks spoke of underground trains traveling into the bowels of the Rockies.

Other stories were getting around, some concerned with a secret government plan to avert the government's destruction in the advent of a disaster, either man-made or natural. This plan was called COG, for Continuity of Government.

We know COG exists in part due to Richard Cheney's report to the press that his odd actions during Sept. 11 were due to following COG rules. President Bush's flight to Offutt Air Base in Omaha on that day may also have been part of the COG plan.

Is it possible that the rumored underground base built under the Denver Airport was part of COG operations? With its high altitude and proximity to the center of the country could serve Denver as a last-ditch escape hatch for the elites of our country. Since it would take just about the same time to get to Denver from the farthest reaches of the 48 contiguous states and because there were already underground bunkers under Pikes Peak at NORAD, the choice of Denver and the nearby Rockies would be an obvious choice for COG headquarters.

There are other odd things about the new Denver airport that merit examination.

The first is the odd plaque and monument that sits at the south end of the airport. This stone monument capstone has a dedication to the airport from the Grandmaster of the Freemasons and thanks Colorado luminaries like Fredrico Pena and others.

The artist Leo Tanguma, who painted the strange airport monuments, has changed his story. His first story was that the murals were commissioned and he was told exactly what to paint, but according to Westword magazine, he now claims that he simply decided what to paint. Does it sound like normal operating procedure to just pay an artist to paint what he likes in a public airport, an airport that has a Masonic influence?

There are four murals located between the baggage claim area and the center under the giant towering tent that makes up the central building of the airport.

The first mural has the children of the world beating a sword into a plowshare. The second mural depicts the children of the world surrounding a psychedelic cactus of some kind, and their faces are filled with jubilation.

The third mural shows three people—two children and a native American woman—lying in coffins. Behind these three dead people are animals that have gone extinct in the last few hundred years. Behind the extinct animals is an immense forest fire which appears to be burning up the world.

The mural also shows a Nazi-like figure wearing a gas mask and carrying a huge rifle. He walks down the streets of a haunted deserted town apparently looking for victims. Hiding in the floors and walls of the town are poor people who are frightened and crying. The Nazi-like figure is piercing the breast of a white dove with the bayonet of his rifle. Why does this disturbing mural [sit] promiinently in a major airport?

The Denver Airport murals seem to tell us that if we go one way all the children of the world with be united. But if we go the other way, Nazis will exterminate us.

The Georgia Guidestones and the Denver Airport are both recent creations and both possess a deep Masonic influence. Both are concerned with overpopulation. Both project a message of what we can expect to come. By looking at the two monuments together, we can see an opening into the Plan. And they seem to do it in a symbolic language that is obvious to brothers on the inside and obscure to cowans on the outside.

If we become a world of only five hundred million people, as the first commandment of the Georgia Guidestones tells us, then the children of the world will beat their swords into plowshares, and live in peace, with no war.

On the other hand, if the population is properly culled, then we face certain extinction, or Nazis in the street killing us one by one.

We can see that these two monuments both helped in their construction by Freemasons, but it's likely that only the upper rank of the Freemasonic order dreams of a world with a substantial population loss. Population reduction appears to have been a major preoccupation of the ruling elite for quite a while.

Elite groups have been pursuing the problem of overpopulation for decades. Club of Rome, the Trilateralists, the Crown. George Soros, Karl Popper and others were part of a research group devoted to examining methods of depopulation. The Rockefellers were also heavily involved with financing the eugenics movements of the early 20th century. The Bush family has always been interested in population control, abortion and eugenics.1

Georgia Guidestones

Inscribed on a Georgia Guidestone: Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature. Which would amount to a nine-tenths reduction of Earth's human population, followed by regular purges.
...a large 19 foot tall granite monument stands in the small town of Elberton, Georgia, in the United States, consisting of four major stone slabs standing upright and assembled in a paddle wheel formation. Each of the eight stones faces are inscribed with ten commandments, with each set consisting of a different language: English, Russian, Hebrew, Arabic, Hindi, Chinese, Spanish, and Swahili. While some of the guides as they are called, are somewhat benign, there are several of them which are quite chilling. The first one reads, Maintain the earth's population at 500,000,000 (500 million). Others speak of creating a world court and allude to a global religion, and finally the tenth one reads, Be not a cancer on the earth. Leave room for nature.2

Abortion Industry Agenda

One of the greatest evils of the United States is the abortion industry.
As we continue to follow the money of evil, we see that evil in the United States can be summed up in one word: abortion. This issue is relevant for every American, for who has not been touched by this volatile matter? Everyone has a stake in this issue, regardless if they adhere to a pro or con position. It affects the entire nation. It affects our economy, our social structure, the concept of what is right and wrong, and our worldview. The eugenics movement of the early 20th century flows directly into the abortion issue. The estimated number of abortions performed in the United States is staggering. According to the Guttmacher Institute, 20% of all pregnancies result in abortion of some kind (Jones, 2005). In 2006, 1.21 million abortions were performed. The United States has one of the highest abortion rates in the developed world, with women from every socioeconomic, racial, ethnic, religious, and age group obtaining abortions (Finer, 2005).

The Guttmacher Institute is the research and public relations arm of Planned Parenthood, which is funded heavily by the Rockefellers. They estimate that it costs on average $487.00 per abortion. That translates into a hefty $535.7 billion per year that we spend on abortions. When we calculate the latest numbers provided by the Guttmacher Institute, we arrive at a sum of $21.214 trillion that has gone into the abortion industry since the advent of legalized abortion in 1973.

These numbers remind us of the tremendous wealth and power illustrated by those figures. Abortion is a growth industry that gives no indication of slowing down. Coupled with the shocking amount that has been spent on abortions since 1973, and the lost tax revenue from an entire generation of income-producing workers, it is no wonder that our economy is reeling from excessive spending and taxation of the government.

There is at present a federal ban on using taxpayer money to fund abortion, yet Guttmacher tells us that 13% of all abortions done are paid for through Medicaid according to the Guttmacher Institute (Guttmacher, 2009). On his first day in office as the newly elected president, Barak Obama's first official act was to rescind the ban on federal funds for abortions overseas. This means that American tax dollars are paying for abortions both here and abroad. Abortion on demand is the other side of the eugenics movement. Margaret Sanger was deeply involved in the eugenics movement. She founded the American Birth Control League in 1921. It became Planned Parenthood in 1942. She was joined by Alexis Carrel, a French biologist and Nobel Prize winner in 1912.

Carrel, like Sanger, was a dedicated eugenicist. Carrel was financed by the Rockefellers in eugenics projects. Carrel urged the use of gas chambers to eliminate inferior stock (NNDB). He has been implicated in the deaths of thousands of mentally ill or impaired patients under the Vichy France government. Margaret Sanger advocated forced sterilization of those she considered moron class. She believed, Nearly half, 47.3% of the population had the mentality of twelve-year-old children or less—in other words they were morons (Sanger, 1922).

Her suggestion was as follows:

The emergency problem of segregation and sterilization must be faced immediately. Every feeble-minded girl or woman of the hereditary type, especially of the moron class, should be segregated during the reproductive period. We prefer the policy of immediate sterilization of making sure that parenthood is absolutely prohibited to the feeble-minded. (Sanger, 1932)

In 1912 Sanger came up with a Plan for Peace. Her plan for peace has a loud echo of Hitler's own plan. She suggested this solution to the feeble-minded moron problem:

To apply a stern and rigid policy of sterilization and segregation to that grade of population whose progeny is already tainted . . . to appropriate farm lands and homesteads for these segregated persons where they would be taught to work under competent instructors for the period of their entire lives. (Sanger, 1932)
In other words, she wanted inferior people to be confined to work in concentration camps.3

Through human history, child sacrifice has been practiced various ways for various reasons. Ancient pagans seemed barbaric when they ritually sacrificed children to the demon Molech, but today abortion clinics continue the human tradition for contemporary reasons.

During ancient times, one of the truly awful faces of evil of earlier civilizations was that of making one's own children Pass through the fire (Leviticus 20:2). This was designed to honor and hopefully appease the evil god Molech. Molech was personified in the form of an oven or kiln. Infants and children were routinely thrown into the fires of Molech's appetites as a sacrifice. We have come a long way from the days of Molech. We no longer, as a rul, consign our offspring to an oven, yet it seems that the practice of child sacrifice continues to the present time.

Instead of pitching our children into a stinking oven, however, we sacrifice them in a clean, sterile, room, surrounded by modern medical equipment that pulls the life out of our wombs, or discharges our offspring when they have been dismembered by some dressed, not in bloody leather, but in bloody white gowns. The epitome of our modern-day child sacrifices are in the form of late-term abortions. Any child can normally be aborted up to and including 32 weeks, which means that the infant is viable, that is, fully developed and ready for the world. Late-term abortions can be done up to and including the time just prior to birth.4

  1. Parfrey, Adam; Thomas, Kenn. Secret and Suppressed II: Banned Ideas and Hidden History Into the 21st Century. 2008. Los Angeles, CA: Feral House. Print. p.269–271
  2. Dice, Mark. The New World Order: Facts & Fiction. 2010. San Diego, CA: Mark Dice. Print. p.141
  3. Ellens, Harold J. Explaining Evil, Volume 1. 2011. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-Clio. Print. pp.69–71
  4. Ellens, Harold J. Explaining Evil, Volume 1. 2011. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-Clio. Print. p.71

Sunday, July 19, 2015

Remote Viewing Infiltrates Culture

Science Fiction: Psychic Warfare

The Blue Oyster Cult song Veteran of the Psychic Wars (1981), was co-written by lead singer Eric Bloom and science fiction author Michael Moorcock. But even though the song was inspired by literary fiction, PSYOPS have actually been conducted for decades under various code names:
You see me now a veteran of a thousand psychic wars
My energy is spent at last, and my armor is destroyed
I have used up all my weapons, and I'm helpless and bereaved
Wounds are all I'm made of
Did I hear you say that this is victory?1

Chinese Psychic Spies

In the autobiographical book titled Scar Tissue, lead singer Anthony Kiedis explains how he came up with the first line of the hit song Californication:
When I was in Aukland one time, I ran into a crazy lady on the street, and she was ranting about the fact that there were psychic spies in China. That phrase stuck in my mind, so when I was back home, I started writing and writing, and they became my favorite of all lyrics that I'd collected over the last year.2

Psychic spies from China
Try to steal your mind's elation
Little girls from Sweden
Dream of silver screen quotations
And if you want these kind of dreams
It's Californication3

Intelligence: Remote Viewing

After Russian intelligence produced positive results in their psychotronic research, the CIA funded Project SCANATE, which involved psychic intelligence gathering of unseen targets through remote viewing based upon longitudinal and latitudinal coordinates. And included double-blind studies where pertinent information was concealed in a manila envelope, requiring the psychic to work from files they were unable to physically see with their eyes.
The CIA acknowledged that Price's remote viewing was accurate. What's more, there was no way Price could have obtained his information by normal means, Broughton wrote. Project SCANATE was in operation from 1973 to 1975, and hundreds of tests followed, including the whereabouts of Soviet submarines. Also participating in SCANATE was the psychic Ingo Swann. As Broughton explained the testing procedure, Swann was given map coordinates for locations on the globe, and then asked for virtually instantaneous description of the locale. In one instance, Swann proved accurate in describing a French-Soviet meteorological research installation, and even sketched the island it was on.

SCANATE proved to be a successful experiment in intelligence gathering by ESP, specifically remote viewing. However, that alone was not considered sufficient; conventional intelligence gathering was still necessary.4

Trauma Causes Psychic Experiences

A traumatic experience led the incremental transformation of remote viewer David Morehouse's life while he was stationed in Jordan, in a valley which preserved an infamous reputation through both folklore and real testimonies:
I had marched for an hour or so with my company to a scorched spot on the floor of the valley called Baten el Ghoul, the Belly of the Beast. The Jordanians considered it a haunted valley, where the demons came out at night to murder people. It was not unusual to have one's sleep interrupted by the screams and howls of frightened Jordanian soldiers who swore in the light of day that they had seen a demon.5
So infamous folklore can allegorize reality, just as Morehouse discerned something evil while in the valley:
There was something evil here, something I recognized the moment I set foot in it. I wasn't the only one to think so, and yet none of us could ever put a finger on it.6
During a training exercise, a stray bullet pierced his helmet without penetrating his skull—leaving a lump on his head. But while unconscious, he experienced a visionary realm, where a group sitting on a hilltop dressed in white, long, flowing clothing invited him over to speak with them:
Welcome, David. We have been waiting for you.

What's going on? I said in a trembling voice. Where am I?

No one answered.

Didn't you hear me? I asked. Why am I here?

We called you to give you instructions.

Instructions? Instructions about what? Who the hell are you guys?

Who we are is unimportant. What we have called you here for is this: you are to know from this point forward that what you have chosen to do in the world is wrong.

Wrong? What's wrong? I was confused and indignant—and scared to death. What the fuck are you talking about?

Your choice is wrong. Pursue peace. Teach peace, and the path to it will be made known to you. You have tasted death . . . now bring life. We will be with you, always.7
That night, he had a nightmare about the jinn:
The entire Baten el Ghoul and the hills beyond were painted in the strange bluish gray light; I walked to the edge of the bluff and stared into the valley. Dark figures moved effortlessly across its floor, like apparitions. They poured from the rocks in various heaps and shapes and moved about the clusters of tents. I could hear muffled cries from the Jordanian encampment, and momentarily I thought we were being overrun by thieves or maybe even Israelis.

Panicked, I turned to run for help. Colliding with one of the figures, I reflexively closed my eyes—except I didn't collide. I walked right through it. Turning around I watched the figure disappear over the edge of the bluff.

Gripped by fear, I thought I must be losing my mind again. I reached for the lump on my head, but it was gone. I dropped to my knees trembling and tried to speak or maybe to pray, but my voice would not come. I lapsed into unconsciousness.8

Psychic Police Investigation

Law enforcement has secretly consulted psychics for help with cold cases for decades, but the taboo remains, including the fact that a psychic may cooperate with a spirit of divination. In other words, a fallen angel becomes a spirit guide that works through human spiritual discernment. Also, the involvement of psychics with rituals of divination confirms this.
...the time is ripe for...using psychics in criminal investigations as evidenced by:
  1. The high level of interest encountered by the authors around the country.
  2. The increasing use by law enforcement officers and victims' families of established psychic sleuths (like Annette Martin, Nancy Czetli, Bill Ward, and [Phil Jordan]), and use of groups of psychics, such as the U.S. PSI Squad.
  3. The recent interest in remote viewing, which has been developed by the U.S. government.
  4. The formation of nonprofit groups and organizations composed of former law enforcement personnel and psychics dedicated to promoting the use of psychics in investigation.
  5. The appearance of seminars to law enforcement personnel on how to develop their own ESP skills.
  6. The conducting of several studies on the effectiveness of psychics in major crime investigations, including two by the Los Angeles Police Department.
  7. The publication of several articles on the subject in professional law enforcement journals and criminal justice texts.
  8. The founding of the Psychic Sleuths Project in 1980, whose purpose is to serve as an international clearinghouse for data on the use of psychics by police (which as of this writing has data on 350 psychics who have worked with law enforcement agencies and victims' families).9

  1. Bloom, Eric; Moorcock, Michael. Fire of Unknown Origin: Veteran of the Psychic Wars 1981. New York, NY: Columbia. Lyrics. Track #3.
  2. Kiedis, Anthony; Sloman, Larry. Scar Tissue. 2004. New York, NY: Hachette. Print. pp.290,291
  3. Kiedis, Anthony. Californication. 1999. Burbank, CA: Warner Bros. Lyrics. Track #6
  4. Martin, Joel; Birnes, William J. The Haunting of Twenty-First-Century America. 2013. London, UK: Macmillan. p.173
  5. Morehouse, David. Psychic Warrior: The True Story of the CIA's Paranormal Espionage. 2000. West Sussex, UK: Clairview. p.26,27
  6. Morehouse, David. Psychic Warrior: The True Story of the CIA's Paranormal Espionage. 2000. West Sussex, UK: Clairview. p.27
  7. Morehouse, David. Psychic Warrior: The True Story of the CIA's Paranormal Espionage. 2000. West Sussex, UK: Clairview. p.31
  8. Morehouse, David. Psychic Warrior: The True Story of the CIA's Paranormal Espionage. 2000. West Sussex, UK: Clairview. pp.33,34
  9. Hibbard, Whitney S., Worring, Raymond W., Brennan, Richard. PSYCHIC CRIMINOLOGY: A Guide For Using Psychics In Investigations. 2002. Springfield, IL: Charles C Thomas. 2nd Ed. Print. pp.7,8

Friday, July 17, 2015

Network Centric Warfare

Information Age Warfare

Network Centric Warfare (NCW) utilizes artificial intelligence and quantum networking to help coordinate three domains in a battlespace: physical domain, information domain and cognitive domain. For optimized information and decision superiority.
Starting with a series of premises on how the environment is sense, UIAW [Understanding Information Age Warfare] posits a structure of three domains. The physical domain is where events take place and are perceived by sensors and individuals. Data emerging from the physical domain is transmitted through an information domain.

Data is subsequently received and processed by a cognitive domain where it is assessed and acted upon. The process replicates the observe, orient, decide, act loop first described by Col. John Boyd of USAF (Osinga, 2006).1

Decreasing OODA Cycle Time

Each military unit type has an Observe, Orient, Decide, Act cycle time (OODA) which is coordinated with other unit types. The more organized a battlespace is, the shorter the cycle time. By integrating A.I. and quantum computer networking, the U.S. military hopes to shorten the OODA cycle even more—to increase lethality and extend survivability.
...a concept for command and control in which each unit at the different levels of organization, from simple to complex, has its own OODA [Observe, Orient, Decide, Act] time cycle. The cycle time increases commensurate with an increase in the level of organization, as one tries to control more levels and issues. As the number of events increase, the longer it takes to observe, orient, decide and act.2

Fluid, Self-Synchronizing Military Forces

Artificial intelligence and quantum networked effects make fluid, self-synchronizing military forces possible.
Information Age warfighting concepts suggest that fluid, self-synchronizing military forces will be the norm, at least at the tactical level. It has been proposed that the primary source of advantage in these self-synchronizing forces arises from networked effects that can be summoned for use in the manner of advantage chosen by clever commanders based on evolving conditions.3


In 1995, MILNET split into three separated networks: NIPRNET, SIPRNET & JWICS. The N in NIPRNET stands for data designated nonclassified. The S in SIPRNET stands for secret data. And JWICS is for top secret data.
The DOD also made changes in 1995, retiring MILNET and replacing it with the Non-Classified Internet Protocol Router Network (NIPRNET), the Secret Internet Protocol Router Network (SIPRNET), and the Joint Worldwide Intelligence Communications System (JWICS), a process that actually began in 1994. NIPRNET, like the original MILNET, was designed to allow for the transmission of unclassified but sensitive information between users. NIPRNET also allowed users to access the civilian Internet and served as an air-gapped analogue to SIPRNET. SIPRNET and JWICS were established by the DOD to transmit classified or secret information. In essence, SIPRNET and JCWIS are the secret, classified versions of the Internet and have become the core of current warfare command and control capabilities.4

Global Information Grid

The Global Information Grid is being implemented to support the U.S. Department of Defense.
The Global Information Grid (GIG), initiated in 1999, is designed to integrate all American defense information systems into a network-centric operation that will provide processing, storage, management, and transport of information to support all Department of Defense (DoD), national security, and related intelligence community functions in conditions of war, crisis, or peace. GIG capabilities will be available from all operating locations (fixed or mobile) and will interface with allied nations as well as non-GIG systems. The system will cost at least $21 billion to implement through 2010 and may take another decade and more billions beyond that to fully develop.

The GIG grew out of DoD's search in the 1980s and 1990s for a truly integrated system of communications that would provide information assurance, interoperability of systems, and information sharing across all of its functions. It is much like the Internet in concept, but with less dependence on ground-based and fixed systems and equipment. It will require a new series of transitional military communications satellites that can carry larger volumes of data (the first to be launched in 2011), the new interoperable Joint Tactical Radio System (which will be fielded in 2077), state-of-the-art optical networking systems, new modes of signal security (being developed by the National Security Agency, and improved network centric systems across the board.

One element of the larger program, the GIG Bandwidth Extension (GIG-BE), has been designed to provide a secure, robust, optical terrestrial network that delivers very-high-speed classified and unclassified Internet protocol services to key operating locations worldwide (nearly ninety key defense and intelligence sites in the United States as well as in Europe and the Pacific). Each site has 10gbs of useable dedicated bandwidth. Put another way, GIG-BE was intended to remove bandwidth constraints from military users, limitations that have often proven lethal in the past. After initial procurement purchases in 2003 and a six-site pilot program conducted in 2004, GIG-BE was fully implemented by 20 December 2005.5

  1. Strickland, Jeffrey. Using Math to Defeat the Enemy: Combat Modeling for Simulation. 2011. Raleigh, NC: Lulu. Print. p.63
  2. Osinga, Frans P.B. Science, Strategy and War: The Strategic Theory of John Boyd. 2007. London, UK: Routledge. Print. p.155
  3. Cares, Jeff. Distributed Networked Operations: The Foundations of Network Centric Warfare. 2006. Bloomington, IN: iUniverse. Print. pp.54,55
  4. Axelrod, Evan M. Violence Goes to the Internet: Avoiding the Snare of the Net. 2009. Springfield, IL: Charles C Thomas. Print. p.10 (emph. added)
  5. Sterling, Christopher H. Military Communications: From Ancient Times to the 21st Century. 2008. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-Clio. Print. p.192

Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Black Bag Operations

The FBI regularly broke into offices or homes to steal or copy data, which agents call black bag jobs. The name comes from black bags in which burglars carried the tools of their trade. Twenty thousand such break-ins might have occurred within a five-year period. While the CIA conducts BBOs overseas, the FBI is responsible for domestic break-ins.
Known inside the FBI as black bag jobs, the Bureau conducted break-ins of offices or homes to steal or copy papers, computer files, membership lists, financial records, or other information. The FBI also conducted break-ins to plant electronic listening devices. Statistics on the total number of black bag jobs do not exist. In 1975, the FBI told Congress the nationwide figure was only 238 limited to the years 1942 to 1966. The Bureau later changed its story by admitting in 1981 that about five hundred break-ins took place in Chicago alone and continued through the mid-1970s. In general, the FBI concealed an accounting of break-ins in its official files by attributing these actions to unnamed sources. According to a 1981 memo, [T]he use of the terms anonymous sources or highly confidential sources were terms used by the intelligence community since World War II and they could mean a number of things including mail openings, mail cover, trash covers, surreptitious entries, bag jobs, wiretaps and micro surveillances. FBI agent M. Wesley Swearingen, who performed black bag jobs in Chicago and Los Angeles, suggests close to twenty-four thousand break-ins occurred over a thirty-five-year period, a figure the Bureau has not confirmed.1
That many black bag operations make Nixon's greatest scandal appear as a public diversion from tens of thousands of break-ins nationwide. And break-ins were likely occurring during the media circus surrounding Watergate, making Tricky Dick the figurehead fall guy.

In one of the scanned documents from their Electronic FOIA Library (1966), the FBI justified illegal break-ins as combating subversive activities of a clandestine nature aimed directly at undermining and destroying our nation.
The following is set forth in regard to your request concerning what authority we have for black bag jobs and for the background of our policy procedures in such matters.

We do not obtain authorization for black bag jobs from outside the Bureau. Such a technique involves trespass and is clearly illegal; therefore, it would be impossible to obtain any legal sanction for it. Despite this, black bag jobs have been used because they represent an invaluable technique in combating subversive activities of a clandestine nature aimed directly at undermining and destroying our nation.2
But which recent event—for example—has served to undermine our nation more than the inside 9/11 Demolitions which led to the Patriot Act? Or which perceived threat has caused more damage to society than the elite network's illegal drug trade? And why does Hollywood continue to glorify organized crime?

Keith Case (1972)

[W]arrantless wiretaps are conducted when investigating national security threats involving groups with foreign ties. Nixon wanted a greater degree of freedom to also surveil domestic groups with no foreign ties. But lost to the unanimous landmark decision of the Keith case.
In the seminal case of United States v. United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan (Keith), the Supreme Court rejected President Richard Nixon's ambitious bid for the power to conduct warrantless wiretaps when investigating national security threats posed by domestic groups with no foreign ties. The Court recognized that national security cases reflect a convergence of First and Fourth Amendment values not present in cases of ordinary crime. With respect to the First Amendment, the Court wisely observed that [o]fficial surveillance, whether its purpose be criminal investigation or ongoing intelligence gathering, risks infringement of constitutionally protected privacy of speech because of the inherent vagueness of the domestic security concept...and the temptation to utilize such surveillances to oversee political dissent.

The Keith Court acknowledged a constitutional basis for the president's domestic security role but refused to exempt the president from the Fourth Amendment's warrant requirement. The Court explained that the oversight function assumed by the judiciary in its review of applications for warrants accords with our basic constitutional doctrine that individual freedoms will best be preserved through a separation of powers and division of functions among the different branches and levels of Government.3

  1. Greenberg, Ivan. The Dangers of Dissent: The FBI and Civil Liberties since 1965. 2010. Lanham, MD: Lexington. Print. p.33
  2. FBI Records: Electronic FOIA Library. FBI Memorandum: Black Bag Jobs. 1966. PDF.
  3. Chang, Nancy. Silencing Political Dissent. 2002. New York, NY: Seven Stories. Print. pp.57,58 (emph. added)