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THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 2017

So What Is Really Going On Behind the Nuclear Programs?

by Miles Mathis

First published February 10, 2017

As usual, this is just my opinion, protected as free speech. 

This paper will be more speculative than others I have written. Hidden evidence often forces me to deduce or induce probable causes, but here I will have to induce more than usual. I get better at this induction as I get older, and that is because I have more data in my head to cross-reference. I have been studying a wide variety of questions for decades, and at some point all those questions start to come together. After several decades, patterns emerge in all the lies we have been told, and the tissue of lies starts to unravel. For me, it is now unraveling very fast.

As I often do, I will take you on the same journey I took. I was just researching various questions on the internet tonight when I decided to read the Wikipedia page for the town where I was born – Amarillo, Texas. I had previously found it odd that I grew up in Lubbock, where my childhood house happens to be at 33°33’N. I lived there about 14 years. But since I was born in Amarillo, I wanted to see what the latitude was there. It is about 35°N. Anyway, nothing too interesting in that, that I can intuit, but other things about Amarillo were interesting. One, it was a big center for helium production. Until today, I didn’t know that. Two, Pantex is there, which is alleged to be a center for nuclear assembly and disassembly. Since uranium is a producer of helium, I thought that was curious. Uranium produces alpha radiation, and alpha particles are basically the same as helium. That would explain why Pantex is really there. I have shown that nuclear weapons aren’t real, so there is no need to assemble them there or anywhere else. But something is going on at Pantex, since I have seen it. It isn’t a deserted building.

[Addendum February 21, 2017: I thought to go to the Wikipedia page for Pantex today. I suggest you do so as well.

Read the rest here:

http://www.abeldanger.net/2017/04/so-what-is-really-going-on-behind.html#more 

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mainstream

How Hollywood Movies and the New York Media 

Are Promoting the Globalist Agenda

a James Jaeger Film

Script

Budget

Trailers

 

http://mainstreammedia.us/donate/ 

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“… According to recent research into the “illusory truth effect“,  it is relatively easy to brainwash people into believing a lie even after they know the truth. This is done simply by repeating the lie endlessly until it erases the truth formerly impressed on their minds….

The important thing is to make sure the lie is repeated so often that repetition has the effect of a hypnotic suggestion on their minds. There is an old Latin proverb: Repetitio est mater studiorum (‘Repetition is the mother of studies’). The best way to learn anything is to hammer it into the mind through constant repetitions…..

Organized Lie Promotion will now proceed in ten methodical stages which we may call the Ten Steps of Mind Manipulation:

  1.  Repetition of the lie on a daily basis in thousands of different newspapers, books, magazines, learned journals, TV documentaries, movies, and internet forums. Exposed to this deluge of daily repeated lies, the human mind will eventually capitulate and come to believe the lie.

2.  A parallel refusal to allow promoters of the truth equal access to the media and provide them with a space for reasonable debate. The public must on no account be allowed to consider the possibility that the New Truth is actually the Big Lie dressed up in new clothes. All opportunities for considering the pros and cons, for evaluating evidence objectively, for deciding on the merits and demerits of conflicting hypotheses, will be flatly denied to the general public. For the Big Lie to take root in the collective mind, access to the truth must be severely restricted, denied, and finally outlawed.

3.  To promote the lie and discredit the truth, the truth must henceforth be labeled a “conspiracy theory” and its promoters dismissed as brain-damaged kooks.

4.  The next step is to criminalize the truth by labeling it “hate speech”, suggesting that any expression of this truth will lead to public disorder and death. Truth telling now becomes “terrorism”.

5.  Parallel with this process of vilification of so-called “conspiracy theories” is the systematic fabrication of false, far-fetched, and genuinely disreputable conspiracy theories by government agents. The more prolific and absurd these fabricated theories, and the more people who can be persuaded to accept these theories, the better all round. The truth is now murked and buried under a mound of deliberately invented lies. This is all part and parcel of the black propaganda process which depends heavily on organized disinformation.

6.  Since there is no way to prevent Thought Crime—i.e., political dissidence, “radicalization”, and rejection of politically correct lies masquerading as the truth—the next step is invariably mockery, ridicule, and ad hominem attacks on those few valiant souls who persist in questioning the prevailing mendacity disguised as truth. The dissidents will be invited onto radio and TV programs, or interviewed in the press, only to find themselves pilloried there and made into laughing stocks.

7.  Character assassination. The Truthtellers will now find themselves being misquoted, or quoted out of context, with entirely false stories fabricated about them, amounting to character assassination. They will become objects of state surveillance and everything seedy or unwholesome about them, from old compromising emails to explicit photographs taken in their youth, will be presented to the public and help to destroy their reputations.

8.  Organized outrage is the next step. All politically incorrect statements made by the freethinkers—statements that would have been universally approved of by our ancestors or in no way disconcerted them unduly—will now be met by a wall of organized outrage. We have now passed from ridicule to intimidation. The political dissident is no longer a laughing stock, he is now a threat to public order. He must be silenced, he must apologize, he must grovel at the feet of his New Masters and beg for forgiveness.

9.  Punishment is the next step for those who question the prevailing wisdom: ostracism, loss of employment, banning of their books, stiff fines for expressing their views, death threats, physical violence, and imprisonment. Heretics were once burnt at the stake. We are more civilized. We send our heretics to Germany to be imprisoned for “hate speech”. Others of darker complexion we pack off to torture camps to endure sleep deprivation, sexual humiliation at the hands of female degenerates in our employment, or waterboarding them 183 times in order to extract hidden facts which seldom emerge. It does not occur to us for a moment that our civilized torturers are infinitely more evil than the tragic victims they torture.

10. The use of bribery and blackmail in enforcing the new lie and silencing truth tellers….”

Read the entire article here:

https://www.darkmoon.me/2017/brainwashing-people-the-ten-steps-of-mind-manipulation/ 

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http://www.conspiracyarchive.com/2017/04/21/hypernormalisation/ 

HyperNormalisation is a 2016 BBC documentary by British filmmaker Adam Curtis. The film was released on 16 October 2016

HyperNormalisation wades through the culmination of forces that have driven this culture into mass uncertainty, confusion, spectacle and simulation. Where events keep happening that seem crazy, inexplicable and out of control—from Donald Trump to Brexit, to the War in Syria, mass immigration, extreme disparity in wealth, and increasing bomb attacks in the West—this film shows a basis to not only why these chaotic events are happening, but also why we, as well as those in power, may not understand them. We have retreated into a simplified, and often completely fake version of the world. And because it is reflected all around us, ubiquitous, we accept it as normal. This epic narrative of how we got here spans over 40 years, with an extraordinary cast of characters—the Assad dynasty, Donald Trump, Henry Kissinger, Patti Smith, early performance artists in New York, President Putin, Japanese gangsters, suicide bombers, Colonel Gaddafi and the Internet. HyperNormalisation weaves these historical narratives back together to show how today’s fake and hollow world was created and is sustained. This shows that a new kind of resistance must be imagined and actioned, as well as an unprecedented reawakening in a time where it matters like never before.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9aLQPNPlK5M [2 hours 46 minutes 31 seconds]

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http://media.giphy.com/media/OudNEB5PvjPmE/giphy.gif 

“… “It’s time to embrace memetic warfare,” wrote Jeff Giesea, a widely-known social media and tech guru, in an article in 2015. “Trolling, it might be said, is the social media equivalent of guerrilla warfare, and memes are its currency of propaganda.” Giesea wasn’t writing in Wired or TechCrunch, but rather in Defence Strategic Communications, the journal of NATO Strategic Communications Center of Excellence (or Stratcom COE, because nothing’s complete without an onerous acronym)….. A Marine Corps Major, Michael B. Prosser advocated for the U.S. military to develop a Meme Warfare Center (MWC) in his 2006 study, “Memetics–A Growth Industry in U.S. Military Operations” (abstract here). Five years later, a specialized Pentagon unit, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) funded a study on “Military Memetics,” one of several related research programs into what it calls a “subset of neuro-cognitive warfare.” It argued the “war of ideas” was fundamental, especially when it comes to fighting terrorists, and the key characteristics of a military meme is that it be “information that propagates, has impact, and persists.” Like dancing cat videos, in other words, but with sharper claws.”

http://foreignpolicy.com/2017/04/13/nato-cyber-information-warfare-battle-of-ideas-memes-internet-culture/ 

[t/c to Barbars Honneger]

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source of  graphic:

http://www.apa.org/about/gr/science/march-for-science.aspx 

[This is the organization that enabled torture….]

 

What extremely-wealthy individual — okay, okay, we’re going to have to use crowd-funding — is going to coordinate the anti-science protests? 

Who’s the brilliantly-stupid (or should I say stupidly-brilliant?) quack who came up with 

marching on behalf of science

Did they start the two-minute drill for the final push for the New World Order?

Bacon’s New Atlantis was a scientifically managed world society or, more succinctly, a global scientific dictatorship. Likewise, the Promethean Novus Ordo Seclorum was a scientistic society where man’s reality was altered by the transformational powers of techne.

Phillip D. Collins , author of the newly expanded and revised edition of The Ascendancy of the Scientific Dictatorship, in http://www.conspiracyarchive.com/2014/06/03/nothing-beyond-the-flesh-the-theocracy-of-prima-materia/  

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Somebody say “theory”?

https://squamuglia.wordpress.com/2017/04/22/yes-kids-cookie-monster-is-a-psyop/ 

Sesame Street was created by veteran officers of the US Army’s Psychological Warfare Office with the goal of blunting the force of social-justice radicalism in the United States by promoting the liberal ideology that oppression [was] not a structural economic injustice, but a matter of poor individual character or bad social skills. In a 1970’s state-directed project to determine how humans establish cathexis with military hardware, computer engineer Alan Kay leveraged the graphical capabilities of highly-advanced prototype personal computers to display animations of one of Sesame Street’s most popular characters, Cookie Monster, because he felt this would help children see personal computers not as technological artifacts derived from Air Force weapons, but as friendly and even “magical” helpers in their lives.

h/t cryptocuttlefish and clubdescordeliers, twitterers

Posted by: ruralito | Apr 22, 2017 11:28:24 AM | 11

[Ed.: Clearly some people have far too much time on their hands, and/or simply lack focus and direction.]

Atlanticism

The media entity that originally started at the Parker House Hotel in Boston (the originator of Boston creme pie), the one which published the war propaganda of a poem eventually put to music, the one founded by Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, James Russell Lowell, Moses Phillips and Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr., has grown and branched out.

Atlantic Media is dedicated to equipping opinion leaders with breakthrough ideas and original insights. Its powerful brands, including The Atlantic, Government Executive, National Journal,  Quartz, and Defense One reach leaders across all sectors—consumer, business, media, and government. Strategically designed to meet the unique needs of this community, Atlantic Media’s innovative portfolio of digital, print, event, social, and mobile platforms engages an influential audience of over 30 million worldwide each month.” The chairman and owner of Atlantic Media has the bona fides of a Fulbright Scholarship, a degree from Swarthmore, an MBA from Harvard Business, a law degree from Georgetown University, and memberships in the Council on Foreign Relations and the Manila-based Child Protection Network. Defense One, whose mission is to inform, elevate and challenge the national discourse, is produced by Government Executive Media Group. It’s “D Brief” today reports that the newest naval aircraft carrier, the one that forever memorializes the name of a Member of Congress around whom pivoted the Warren Commission and Watergate, has been occupied by over 200 seaman, “the first to live aboard the $13 billion, first-in-class ship”. Reporter Molly O’Toole noted “fear and posturing” during Monday’s “Voters First Forum” in New Hampshire for Republican Presidential candidates: “China is taking over the South China Sea. Russia’s threatening the unity of Europe and NATO. Iran is on the verge of acquiring not just a nuclear weapon—but as Senator [Ted] Cruz pointed out—the ability to deliver it to the United States,” Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., said. “Radical jihadists have now spread across multiple continents across the world, and some are even located here within the United States.” “The U.S. Air Force wants to upgrade its MQ-9 Reapers so they can be sent into non-permissive airspace with a wider array of weaponry.”

This piece stands out and is called to our attention (check out the bios of the authors).  “When one steps back to consider the demands of global reassurance, [these] conclusions stand out. First, easing fully the anxieties of our allies would require a level of resources that would be very difficult to muster and even harder to maintain. Region by region, it is easy to see how the U.S. could add more military capabilities, sell more weapons, or get more diplomatically engaged. But the challenge for President Obama and his successor will be to do all this simultaneously, especially when the resources for reassurance are tighter. Just as the world is asking for more, the dynamic in Washington will leave us with less. Some reforms may be necessary – closing some outdated facilities overseas, or reducing the size of the U.S. Army – but that will make reassurance harder. The next President will have to be more creative as he or she seeks to balance competing demands in a way that is effective, realistic and sustainable. A good start would be a comprehensive review of U.S. force posture that would weigh allies’ requests for reassurance against America’s core national security interests and its resource constraints.  Second, the defense budget must rise….”

Finally, “a new study from researchers at William & Mary and the University of Wisconsin “asked an identical set of questions about war to a random sample of Americans and academics who study international relations,” and “found that in almost all situations, the public is more likely to support wars than the experts are.” Vox puts the study in context over here.”

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The next day’s issue of the D Brief, after a discussion about the “subtle escalation of rhetoric” surrounding China’s sandy expansionism, offered up (among lots of other stuff) these tidy little nuggets:

Little-known fact: Military-to-military contacts between the U.S. and China have been shooting up since 2010, and are on pace to reach historic highs, Defense One‘s Kedar Pavgi reports. In the past, mil-to-mil contacts have been among the first ties severed when things went south between Washington and Beijing. So what’s behind the recent sustained momentum? And how will the mil-to-mil relationship help shape the course of national security? Pavgi explains, along with a chart that traces two decades of the U.S.-China mil-to-mil relationship. All that begins, here.

Is the roughly 375-member National Security Council a Kafka-esque maze of bureaucracy? Despite National Security Advisor Susan Rice’s efforts to trim staff numbers, the NSC’s size “has come to symbolize an overbearing and paranoid White House that insists on controlling even the smallest policy details, often at the expense of timely and effective decisions,” the Washington Post‘s Karen DeYoung reports…. “Any little twerp from the NSC can call a meeting and set the agenda,” groaned another anonymous State Department official. Read the rest in DeYoung’s Wednesday #LongRead.

ICYMI—the Islamic State or al-Qaeda: who poses a bigger threat to the U.S.? The Obama administration’s chief intelligence and counterterrorism officials can’t agree, and “This is not an academic argument,” writes Eric Schmitt of the New York Times. [No, it’s a budgetary argument.]

What are they up to? [Ed.: Emphases added.] “The Silicon Valley office — located next to a military airfield now leased by Google — is part of a broader push by the Pentagon to find technologies that will give troops an edge on the battlefield of the future. Among the technologies being eyed are in the areas of robotics, additive manufacturing, big data analytics and cyber…But tech firms have been skeptical of the Pentagon’s outreach for numerous reasons..” Read Weisgerber’s report in full here.

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Apparently they read this stuff over in Russia too:

http://sputniknews.com/business/20150806/1025445859.html 

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I offer up this dip into the media world of Atlanticism out of my own curiosity about what the world is saying and to allow the reader the option of doing the same.

I look askance (a word which appeared the other day on that top-flight NWO game show Jeopardy) at much of this stuff, or at least hold it at arms’ length long enough to let some of the propaganda fall out to the floor, but every once in a while there might be a nugget.

One example would be the idea that they have time to pick out their favorite moment from Jon Stewart’s Daily Show: “ this one from February 2014 when then-Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel announced the Army would be shrinking to levels not seen since World War II”.

And, given the availability of Bill Blunden’s book “Behold a Pale Farce:” Cyberwar, Threat Inflation, and the Malware Industrial Complex”, this offering, “brought to you by IBM”, the same company which has developed cognitive and machine learning (and pioneered efforts to create aa numerical approach to entering people’s names into a data base in preparation for their detention in concentration camps):

Preparing Your Agency for Next Gen Cyber Attacks with Next Gen Investigation Tools

While malware is a serious threat, the bigger threats are the programmers, insiders, criminals, and nation states that write the malicious code behind the cyber attacks. So what can you and your agency do to help prepare for a next gen attack? Get Cyber Threat Intelligence.

Learn more here.

And here:

http://fair.org/home/chinas-cyberspying-is-on-a-scale-no-one-imagined-if-you-pretend-nsa-doesnt-exist/ 

“… China is accused of obtaining personal information about 20 million Americans, federal employees and contractors, and that’s a big deal. But the US’s NSA, according to documents leaked by whistleblower Edward Snowden, processes 20 billion phone calls and internet messages every day. The NSA’s unofficial motto for years has been “Collect It All.”

The article notes that the US has its own “intelligence operations inside China”—but pretends these are purely defensive, referring to “the placement of thousands of implants in Chinese computer networks to warn of impending attacks.”

Sanger was one of the main journalists covering the joint US/Israeli cyberattack against Iran known as Stuxnet; one of his stories went out under the headline, “Obama Ordered Wave of Cyberattacks Against Iran.” But here, in this context, he writes, “The United States has been cautious about using cyberweapons or even discussing it.”

….”

 Or here:

China has warned the US to “think twice” before lashing out at Beijing due to unfounded hacking accusations, cautioning that it is “strongly determined to protect the safety of its cyber space and reserves all rights to counter any outside threats and intrusions”, the Chinese news agency Xinhua reported on Monday.

China has responded to recent threats issued by the US that it would strike back at Beijing for the theft of personal information from the databases of the US Office of Personnel Management (OPM), which allegedly originated in China.

It cautions that the US is “on the brink of making another grave mistake in the name of protecting cyber security”.

“The United States, which made a mistake last year when it brought false charges against Chinese officers, should not repeat the mistake by taking retaliatory measures against China over the OPM incident,” read an op-ed article in New China, the English language website of its state news agency Xinhua.

“Just like it protects its territorial sovereignty and integrity, China is strongly determined to protect the safety of its cyber space and reserves all rights to counter any outside threats and intrusions. It will meet any form of political or economic retaliation with corresponding countermeasures,” it further warns.

Read more: http://sputniknews.com/world/20150803/1025340205.html#ixzz3i0VVG8D5

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I don’t want to suggest to the reader, however, that I am picking on one particular media outlet. I’ve simply opened up another window. I still take more than an occasional look at BreakingDefense.com; you can read  about their editorial team here.  The word “breaking”, I gather, is a new term, not a defense term. One article almost seems to be a press release from one of their advertisers, the fourth-largest defense contractor.

Another notes a RAND study “found that the public has persistently and over time lost its positive views of any one service compared to the other.

The report says the “most striking and important trend in American public opinion toward the military services is the convergence in views between 1949 and 2014.” After World War II the public thought the Air Force and air power had played a huge role in forcing Japan to surrender through the fire bombing of Tokyo and the delivery of the two atomic bombs.”

Which probably explains why this next article notes that nuclear weapons are “relatively affordable”. 

“… eliminating air-dropped weapons — “would save you about $20 billion dollars over the next five years,” but “for comparison…, implementing just one proposal from the Military Compensation and Retirement Modernization Commission — an adjustment to TRICARE health benefits for military dependents and retirees — would save $26 billion over the same period.”

““Nukes are affordable” is probably not a popular position on the eve of the 70th anniversary of Hiroshima….” note the author who graduated summa cum laude from Harvard (BreakingDefense’s deputy editor), but the editorial decision team summoned up enough hubris chutzpah moxie complete lack of sensitivity to run http://breakingdefense.com/2015/08/the-lessons-of-hiroshima-we-still-need-nuclear-weapons/ anyway; its authors, who look young enough to still be in college, are assuredly MAD.

“When two adversaries both possess nuclear weapons, they cannot undertake aggressive actions without risking escalation to a nuclear exchange.” One wonders if they’ve read the appendix to Sir B.H. Liddell-Hart’s book “Strategy” which suggests that the MAD doctrine serves merely to enable the kinds of brush-fire or “proxy” wars with which the globe has been plagued for the last seventy years, some of which have arguably involved at least depleted uranium weaponry (which destroys the genetic future of people in those zones) if not tactical nukes or white phosphorus incendiaries.

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The State Duma speaker says it’s necessary to create an international court to look into the nuclear attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945, noting that America’s modern policy has borrowed a lot from the cynical approach of its former leaders.

Speaking at a roundtable meeting in the Moscow Institute of International Relations on Wednesday, Sergey Naryshkin said the US nuclear bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki were not necessary for the military campaign against Japan. He added that the thousands of civilians killed by the atomic bombs had not been involved in crimes of the Japanese military.

READ MORE: ‘Third World War would be last for humanity’ – Duma speaker

The lower house speaker suggested that the participants of the roundtable imagine the situation in which Nazi Germany completely destroyed the population of one or several European cities, for example by means of chemical weapons.

Would this have been included in charges pressed during the Nuremberg trial? Of course, it would!” he said.

Naryshkin also accused the modern leaders of the United States of intent to silence the real reasons behind the nuclear bombings.

The current US authorities want to conceal not the tragedy of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, this would be impossible, but the hypocrisy and cynicism of their leaders of these times. This happens because such behavior casts a shadow on the modern American policies which, of course, retain the legacy of exceptionalist ideology and the position of own infallibility and arrogant force.”

Deputy Duma Speaker Andrey Isayev supported the initiative, saying that there were enough grounds for such step. Isayev also noted that the single and universally-recognized legal assessment of the 1945 attacks was the most important thing that could be done by the international tribunal.

http://www.rt.com/politics/311657-duma-chief-urges-international-tribunal/ 

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People who came to help the victims during the first 5-10 days died. 

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http://fortruss.blogspot.com/2015/08/russia-declassifies-report-on-aftermath.html 

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http://dissidentvoice.org/2015/08/the-70th-anniversary-of-the-bombing-of-nagasaki/#more-59347 

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Here’s another http://www.realcleardefense.com/ that I haven’t gotten terribly familiar with, and here is one of their articles that may be pertinent to the future of the continental terrain:

Population-Centric Military Strategy

http://www.realcleardefense.com/articles/2015/08/03/population-centric_military_strategy_108319.html 

Dave McGowan

This is about Dave McGowan.

Stay with me because it’s not immediately apparent.

I have to lead with his name for search engine optimization even though it is increasingly obvious that search engines are being programmed to ignore certain topics, and certain people.  (Think of it as denigration and marginalization at a very subtle level, done in a very covert way.)

As suggested elsewhere and with increasing frequency, the elite corpratocracy (Google, Facebook, the Israeli-infilitrated NSA, and DARPA, among many others,including your average run-of-the-mill employer, local news outlet, and even your favorite sports teams) are working together to program your reticular activating system, which is your brain’s own internal search engine, or filter. It regulates the degree to which you pay attention, and what you ought to pay attention to. It is instrumental in regulating your state of wakefulness.  But I digress…

 

There was overnight news about the Senate’s failure to pass the USA Freedom Act or otherwise rein in, reform or stop (or renew?) the bulk collection of telephone records, but I am not going to get terribly excited about whether this politician or that one succeeded or failed. 

Do you really think that an unacountable government, executive branch, super-secret intelligence agency or covert “deep political” leadership that has been involved extensively for decades in wholesale criminality through extra-Constitutional means is going to change its behavior because a significant percentage of super-wealthy corrupt elitists thought it should?

 

Panic lads, it’s a red alert

There’s something here from somewhere else

The war machine springs to life 

Opens up one eager eye

Focusing it on the sky

Ninety-nine red balloons go by

 

This weekend — right in time for Memorial Day —  we had the trial balloon meme psy-op-of-the-day that ISIS is working to purchase a nuclear weapon. That’s sure to set the militarists more upright as they march off to the cemeteries and honor those they succeeded in getting themselves eager for self-sacrifice. With nukes, though, it’s much easier and faster, and none of those sad funerals with dreary taps on the trumpet. 

 

The Saudis want nukes too. 

The Zionists in Israel got theirs covertly through the Johnson administration (wink, wink); Myer Feldman got his Coca-Cola factory in Israel. 

There’s probably a nuke hiding somewhere after the Barksdale/Minot debacle, and there’s a long-history and literature about false flags. 

We’ve had at least two recent very weird incidents involving the takeover/disappearance of large commercial aircraft coming well over a decade after the exercise of boxcutters and Saudis pretending to be bin Laden’s minions.  

We’ve also had this past week’s truly humorous disclosure that Osama bin Laden was reading the same books you and I have already read.

 

 

DRG autograph to Magmak

My copy of Griffith’s “New Pearl Harbor Revisited” was autographed “to Magmak”by the author that night in Keene, NH when I asked him — given the publication of one of his books by the same church that baptized me — to address the subject the fact that America was engaged in a struggle with demonic evil.  

You did know he was a published expert on the topic of evil, didn’t you?

 

I was just reminded by my archival holdings of the days when I used to argue with an Federal EPA employee who claimed to have been in New York that fateful day, and was then assigned to the LA brownfields reclamation project, and who said that the towers fell because the hijacked aircraft sliced through thick steel beams “like a knife through butter”.  

He also claimed Griffin was a neo-con. 

When I contacted Dr. Griffin out in California and had him write a rebuttal which I posted, he and some moderators had a meltdown of their own. There was no proof that their meltdown was aided by nanothermites. 

My verbal battles with the Phoenician (and the “side-door” lawyer who claimed he wasn’t a lawyer until the proof was published, and the Finnish fellow married to the Colombian who turned out to be an exec employed by a US Department of Energy sub-contractor) are history. [ A tip of the cap to my wingman… ]

 

Does the fact that the very same books on my bookshelf that were on bin Laden’s bookshelf are autographed mean that I will get a visit from an agent, or maybe a drone?   

 

Speaking of False Flag literature, it’s curious that that one wasn’t on that ODNI list of bin Laden’s preferred reading.  My copy isn’t autographed, though. The author was apparently working on the sequel when…  Really nasty things happen to people who ask a lot of questions and do a lot of homework and then write up their findings for publication. People get dead when they look into and talk about things like organized pedophilia, or bank fraud.  The list of dead microbiologists is widely-mirrored on the Internet. This triplet of blogs is dedicated to people like  Veronica Guerin, Don Bolles, and others who gave their lives to point the spotlight at the nexus of socio-political criminal behavior and cultural complicity in it.  Just the other day I asked myself “Whatever happened to General John Wheeler III?” Maybe Joe Biden’s son knows. Beau had  a “mild stroke” in May 2010 and underwent surgery at a Texas cancer center in August 2013 to remove a small lesion on his brain. 

 

Zanshin

Ashes and soot fallen

Petrified by blood and tears:

Whetstone for a sword?

http://www.foreignpolicyjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/first-responders.jpg

 

On 9/14/01, three days after the central event in question, still in shock and still assembling my own thoughts and reactions, I wrote a short haiku that expressed the prevailing drum-rattling rhetoric everyone heard from Georgie “meagaphone on the pile” Bush bouncing the propaganda that had been pouring off the TV screens. 

The haiku reflected my own understanding of martial budo by using a single word title that reflected a state of mind. The calligraphic question lie in the use of either a a question mark or an exclamation point.  The assembled commentators inside the media coverage all used the exclamation point and lots of capital letters.  Almost no one paused to ask questions, with the exception of at least one fellow: Dave McGowan.

The word zanshin has been written about extensively in English, as if we gaijin could penetrate that culture. I first ran across the word, not in aikido class, but in Howard Rheingold’s book “They Have a Word For It” .

Even during the live reporting of the event, the Zionist/neocon state of awareness had us rushing to prepare for something we didn’t understand in a way that would benefit only Israel.  In my understanding, zanshin connotes a technical skill at finishing an encounter in a stance that allows clear decision-making, readiness for repeated attack and thus the necessity for continued skill in defense, and a clear-headedness. 

C. E. Clark says  that zanshin is a quality that is made up of several other basic ingredients:

Shisei (posture); Metsuke (eye control); Ma-ai (engagement distance); Kiai (focused energy); 

Ki musubi (connection); Kime (decisive focus); Riai (essence of the technique); and Kanken (intuition/awareness). 

“It has to do with a quality of stillness in action and action in stillness.”

Whether it was the reactive Western taste for revenge, or the coldly calculated evil of a ruse that cost millions of lives, trillions of doillars, and has done extensive damage to the genetic futures of an entire culture (to say nothing of the psychic and spiritual states of much of the planet), the post-9/11 mindset involved little stillness or quality — unless you were financially invested in the outcome, as were many of the perpetrators.  Cui bono, indeed. 

I’m just one fellow way back in the cheap seats. I read a lot.

I don’t pretend for a moment to be a leader or at the forefront of anything.  

After the verbal skirmishes noted above, and the demise of discussion through ridicule, marginalization and denigration, and short stays at two backwater discussion boards and a medical rehabilitation center, and having been tossed out by the Zio-cryptocrats deflecting any inquiries of substance into the Kennedy assassination or 9/11 at the Deep Politics Forum, I found my way to a neighborhood where questioning things was not only encouraged but honed. 

This weekend, two of the residents in that neighborhood have called our attention to the plight of one of the true leaders, here and, as if often the case, mirrored and expanded upon soon therafter, as in this case.  

Griffin is well-known and well-published, Marshall less well-known and Dave McGowan can be considered so poorly known (except among the cognoscenti) that news of his rapidly-declining health may draw stifled yawns and a chous of “who?”.  

This is about Dave McGowan. 

Those knowledgeable, aware and alert people who have the self-dignity and all those other ingredients of zanshin and who are aware of Dave’s circumstances nod and kneel in prayer (back straight, eyes up, weight balanced and centered) because they have probably also read Dr. Mary’s Monkey and/or The Last Circle.  

Both of those books are on my bookself too, though I doubt they made the ODNI list.  (Much has been written about them and remains visible on the Internet; you can also find audio interviews.)

The former is Dr. Edward Haslam’s tale of “the mash of science, secrecy, patriotism, power, paranoia and extremism” that once was the subject of History Channel and 60 Minutes episodes, both cancelled before air time. (I haven’t bought the recently-updated version of Dr. Mary’s Monkey, the one with 25 more pages, crime scene photos, and “documents from the FBI, CIA, CDC, and NOPD”.)

The latter is Cheri Seymour’s extended story of Danny Casolaro’s investigation; he “was found dead in a bathtub in room 517 of the Sheraton Hotel in Martinsburg, West Virginia, his wrists slashed 10–12 times. A note was found, and the medical examiner ruled the death a suicide.[1]

I’ve read Seymour’s book about a triple murder on a Californian Indian tribe reservation, and wrote a review of it that is posted on the Internet, with questions for the author, and her answers.  Of interest — aside from the obvious, the depth of the tale, Rachel Begley’s perseverance, and the aftermath of the arrest and non-trial of the murderer — were the oblique, secondary references to biological warfare and the documented insights of Seymour’s deep research that culminated on page 373. Many of the key players have gone to ground.  

Haslam’s work discuses covert work done on fast-acting cancer viruses to be used as asssassination weapons, notably on Castro, under the shadow of the New Orleans/JFK events and, in many cases, involving the very same people who show up in the complex tales of the murder of Jack Kenendy. 

Jack Ruby himself died of a fast cancer. 

There has been much said about “scientific assassination” .  

Jennifer Lake has written and researched extensively on the topic of cancer-causing monkey virus

I’ve taken the liberty of encapsulating the piece that Dave McGowan wrotewhich you can find by clicking through the links provided the day after the Towers fell

 

McGowan published 9:12:01

 

Dave went on to write extensively on other similar and related matters (e.g., the Boston Marathon hoax) and you can find that by clicking through too, but I wanted you to have a quicker and more-easily-shared copy of the piece in which Dave talks about:

  • how “our fearless leaders seemed to be veering dangerously close to unleashing ‘tactical’ nuclear weapons upon the world”;
  • “the precise placement of technologically advanced explosives”;  
  • how “military spending and the militarization of the country [would] escalate to a fever pitch”; and 
  • the non-existent chances that the events will get any “close scrutiny from America’s ‘free’ and ‘independent’ press”. 

The fires in the pile hadn’t even been put out when Dave’s analysis was posted on the Internet.  

The engines in NORAD’s pursuit interceptors hadn’t even cooled off.

Georgie hadn’t given his infamous UN speech about intolerance

The former head of the CIA and his beaming proud wife hadn’t reached out to Georgie at the ceremony commemorating the dead.

Dave asked a dozen or more questions, the answers to which neither the government nor the media have yet to provide meaningful or coherent answers.  

Many of us in the cheap seats took days, weeks, months and in some cases even years to summon the guts to even look at the questions. 

Most of America, all of its media (with rare exception) and virtually all of its political officials down to the level of animal control officer refuse to acknowledge the obvious truths, realities and implications. 

Dave had the t’s crossed and the i’s dotted immediately.

 

 

Cards and flowers can be sent to Dave at: 

Glendale Adventist Medical Center

Room 1215

1509 Wilson Terrace, 

Glendale, CA 91206