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The Proper Gander

"Then a mighty strange thing happened
Guess you could call it fate
You see, a gust of wind blew the picture
frame down
And it landed on the muckidy muck's head
And the mice they all went crazy
For the first time they saw the lie
It was all a hoax on just simple folks
And the muckidy muck must die
And die he did
The members of his staff they just fled
They were scared
Just not prepared."


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James & The Big Stellar Aberration Lie! Part 1

Airy Proved James Bradley Wrong!

"By Means Of A Water-Filled Telescope, Airy In 1871 Looked For A Change In Stellar Aberration Through The Refracting Water Due To An Ether Drag. Like In All Other Aether Drift Experiments, He Obtained A Negative Result."

The is the first in as series of articles that will examine the myth of the sped of light. It seems the reality is that the velocity of light is an idea and nobody has actually measured it. James Bradley is credited with coming up with what is pretty much the modern accepted value for this legendary velocity.

This article is the first part, here we start to examine the experiment that established the modern value for the so called speed of light.

Here we see the beginnings of the circular reasoning that will become foundational to modern cosmology. Light might be an instantaneous phenomena best described as a pressure wave or as an intensity. Yet in their quest to prove the heliocentric theory, these astronomers ignore the results in favor of fantastic ad hoc explanations. When no stellar parallax could be found, James Bradley fudged 'stellar aberration' as the explanation. An ad hoc explanation at its finest!

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Does The Earth Really Spin? Foucault's Pendulum vs a Helium Balloon in a Car: The Pendulum Problem

An object making a  tighter turn needs more energy to maintain its tangential velocity. This also applies to projectiles fired on an imagined rotating gravity possessing globe. No Coriolis effect nor any Foucault Pendulum type experiments should be expected to work under either a helio or geo centric model,

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Methods of Social Control: War as a Racket

Government is a Racket!

A racket is a service that is fraudulently offered to solve a problem, such as for a problem that does not actually exist, that will not be put into effect, or that would not otherwise exist if the racket did not exist. Conducting a racket is racketeering. Particularly, the potential problem may be caused by the same party that offers to solve it, although that fact may be concealed, with the specific intent to engender continual patronage for this party. The most common example of a racket is the "protection racket." The racket itself promises to protect the target business or person from dangerous individuals in the neighborhood; then either collects their money or causes the damages to the business until the owner pays. The racket exists as both the problem and its solution and is used as a method of extortion.”


Problem. Reaction. Solution. False Flags to Finance (essentially) Fake Wars is a CRIME! The government is not only a tyranny run by gun point and jail time, it is literally committing the crime of racketeering.

Extortion (also called shakedown, outwrestling, and exaction) is a criminal offense of obtaining money, property, or services from an institution, through coercion. It is sometimes euphemistically referred to as a "protection racket" since the racketeers often phrase their demands as payment for "protection" from (real or hypothetical) threats from unspecified other parties. Extortion is commonly practiced by organized crime groups. The actual obtainment of money or property is not required to commit the offense. Making a threat of violence which refers to a requirement of a payment of money or property to halt future violence is sufficient to commit the offense. Exaction refers not only to extortion or the demanding and obtaining of something through force,[1] but additionally, in its formal definition, means the infliction of something such as pain and suffering or making somebody endure something unpleasant.”

The Government is guilty of the crime of Extortion as well.



"The second of the dangers referred to above — the inevitable restrictions on liberty consummated by parliamentary assemblies — is apparently less obvious, but is, nevertheless, very real. It is the result of the innumerable laws — having always a restrictive action — which parliaments consider them- selves obliged to vote and to whose consequences, owing to their shortsighted- ness, they are in a great measure blind." 

"Their power is all the greater owing to the fact that, amidst the incessant transfer of authority, the administrative caste is alone in being untouched by these changes, is alone in possessing irresponsibility, imperson- ality, and perpetuity. There is no more oppressive despotism than that which presents itself under this triple form."


This article takes a look at how and why the news media & military create the "Phantom Menaces" the Federal Government uses to keep you in your place.

“In 1894 Mr. Rhodes came to England and again discussed with me the working of the scheme, reported to me his impressions of the various Ministers and leaders of the Opposition who he met, discussing each of them from the point of view as to how far he would assist in carrying out ‘our ideas’.  We also discussed together various projects for propaganda, the formation of libraries, the creation of lectureships, the dispatch of emissaries on missions of propaganda throughout the Empire, and the steps to be taken to pave the way for the foundation and the acquisition of a newspaper which was to be devoted to the service of the cause.” [9]

– William T. Stead, “The Last Will and Testament of Cecil John Rhodes”      

"Seeley concludes that past failures of Britain to fully establish itself in the 18th Century were due to the lack of a cohesive connective fabric that could maintain a political union over vast distances. He realized that the ability to harness emerging science and technological advances would be the future catalyst for sewing the unity necessary to sustain his reconceptualization of Greater Britain around the world."


“In this material sense Greater Britain was created in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. But the idea that could shape the material mass was still wanting. Towards this only one step was taken, namely, in laying down the principle that colonies did in some way belong together with the mother-country, that England did in some sense go with them across the sea, and that they could not cease to be English but through a war. And what is true of the English colonies in the eighteenth century is equally true of the colonies of other States. Greater Spain, Greater Portugal, Greater Holland, and Greater France, were all, as much as Greater Britain, artificial fabrics, wanting organic unity and life.“ 


World War Two Documentary Footage Turns Out to be Fake

March 10, 2014

"It was not only during the war that fake footage was shot. This fake gas chamber chimney was built after the war and is not even attached to the building!

Ford also co-directed December 7 for the US Navy, which recounted the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor and won the 1944 Oscar for best short ­documentary. Almost all of it, says Mr Harris, was fiction.

Less than four minutes of genuine footage of the air attack exists and Ford and his co-director Gregg Toland, who had been the cinematographer on Citizen Kane, staged their own using model battleships and aeroplanes in the Fox studio in Hollywood.

This was embellished with “entirely staged” shots taken in Hawaii of American sailors manning anti-aircraft guns “to perfectly frame our response to a surprise attack”, says Mr Harris."


John Huston’s Fake Documentaries Of World War II

By Nolan Moore on Monday, October 19, 2015

"When we remember the great directors of classic Hollywood, John Huston is one of the first filmmakers who comes to mind. The man behind classics like The Maltese Falcon and The Treasure of Sierra Madre, Huston was equal parts storyteller and showman. In addition to his film career, the director was a larger-than-life figure who joined the Mexican cavalry in his twenties, hunted iguanas with Ernest Hemingway, and once went “mano a mano” with Robin Hood star Errol Flynn.

Huston was a man who loved excitement, so when America entered World War II in 1941, Huston was ready to go.  According to film historian Mark Harris, author of books like Five Came Backand Pictures at a Revolution, Huston viewed the war as an adventure and a chance to test his manhood. Of course, Huston wasn’t the only filmmaker fighting the Axis. Directors like Frank Capra, John Ford, William Wyler, and George Stevens all signed up to do their part. 

But these soldiers weren’t armed with guns. Instead, they were carrying cameras.

These directors were charged with the chronicling the war on film and producing propaganda flicks to inspire both the troops and the folks back home. Serving in the Signal Corps, Capra produced the Why We Fight films, a seven-episode series that explained why America was at war with Hitler. As head of the photographic unit for the Office of Strategic Services, John Ford captured the intense fighting at the Battle of Midway, and George Stevens (director of GiantShane, and A Place in the Sun) was on hand to capture the horrors of the Dachau concentration camp.

As for Huston, he’s probably best remembered for Let There Be Light, a documentary following a group of veterans suffering from PTSD. Unfortunately, the film was confiscated by military brass who thought it would demoralize audiences. They locked it up for over 30 years. 

Of course, this wasn’t Huston’s only contribution to the war effort. Prior to Let There Be Light, he directed The Battle of San Pietro, a film depicting an American advance on the titular Italian town. The film was unflinching in its portrayal of real warfare, complete with corpses and body bags. There was even a fair amount of shaky cam going on. After all, there were bullets flying everywhere, and the film crew was forced to take cover from enemy fire . . . right?

Well, no, not really. Huston and his film crew didn’t show up in Pietro until the fighting was over, so instead of filming real-life combat, Huston recreated the entire battle with the help of the US Army. Huston was given actual soldiers and actual weapons to recreate the scene, and military officials even forked over classified documents describing what had happened during the fighting. As for all that bumping up and down, Huston knew he could make the footage appear more realistic if he added a bit of shaky cam. Basically, The Battle of San Pietro was one elaborate fake.http://knowledgenuts.com/2015/10/19/john-hustons-fake-documentaries-of-world-war-ii/


"They drove their vehicles back and forth through local towns to create the illusion of heavy traffic. They visited cafés and spun fictitious stories for whatever spies lurked in the shadows. ‘We were turned loose in town,’ said John Jarvie, a corporal in the camouflage unit who went on to a career as an art director, ‘and told to go to the pub, order some omelettes, and talk loose.’ They even went so far as to create fake command posts, and against all Army regulations staffed them with counterfeit commanders."


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"Imagine being assigned to create a massive trompe l’oeil, and not just a painting, but a complex, 3-D, multimedia installation spread out over many kilometres. Imagine that it must convince an attentive and discerning audience to believe in and interact with something that is not really there. Further imagine that your workspace is in the middle of a war zone, and that thousands of lives depend on your success. Also, imagine that next week you will be asked to do it again. That, in a nutshell, was the mission given to the 23rd Headquarters Special Troops, also known as the Ghost Army, one of the most unusual units to serve in the United States Army during the Second World War. Included in its ranks were art students, sound engineers and Hollywood writers, and its ultimate goal was to use creativity, performance, and sleight of hand to save lives and help win the war."

"The unit divided into three fake, or, in military parlance, ’notional’, task forces. Two of them simulated tank battalions. Radio trucks were set up along the road from Normandy to Brest to set the stage for the deception by mimicking a large convoy traversing Brittany. At just the right moment, sound trucks pulled up to within 500 yards (460 m) of German lines to make it seem as if armoured units were arriving and making camp. More than fifty dummy tanks were set up, along with dummy jeeps and trucks. Camouflage nets were strung up, and the dummy tanks were supplemented with a handful of actual light tanks placed in the most visible positions. The men lit fires, pitched tents, and even hung laundry in the area where the fake tanks were set up to make the illusion complete."

"Many of the soldiers of the Ghost Army were artists, architects, or set designers recruited from New York and Philadelphia art schools and encouraged to use their talents and imagination in a theatre of quite a different kind. It is estimated that their multimedia show saved many thousands of lives. Several of these soldier-artists went on to have a major impact on art, the most prominent probably being Ellsworth Kelly."


"The Second World War has been the subject of countless books and movies, but only recently has information about this audacious and highly imaginative top-secret army unit been made public. Using dummy equipment, theatrical special effects and acting skills, they impersonated other US Army units to deceive the enemy."

"It was, in essence, a form of performance art designed to lend an extra degree of realism to their productions. They altered their uniforms and vehicle markings to those of whatever unit they were imitating that week. They drove their vehicles back and forth through local towns to create the illusion of heavy traffic. They visited cafés and spun fictitious stories for whatever spies lurked in the shadows. ‘We were turned loose in town,’ said John Jarvie, a corporal in the camouflage unit who went on to a career as an art director, ‘and told to go to the pub, order some omelettes, and talk loose.’ They even went so far as to create fake command posts, and against all Army regulations staffed them with counterfeit commanders. A colourful mission critique written by a young lieutenant named Frederick Fox (who went on to become a Protestant minister and a White House aide) explained why such rule breaking was necessary. ‘Impersonation is our racket. If we can’t do a complete job, we might as well give up. You can’t portray a woman if bosoms are forbidden.’"


Layers of Lies Protect The Truth. The wars were staged events.

The so called "enemy spies" were the European and (ultimately) the World public, for generations to come.

The "Ghost Army" Military Theater was conducted to spread disinformation and to create the illusion of war. Not to confuse any supposed enemy.

The Enemy was and is the mass public.

The battlefield is the human mind.

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“In consequence, a crowd perpetually hovering on the borderland of unconsciousness, readily yielding to all suggestions, having all the violence of feeling peculiar to beings who cannot appeal to the influence of reason, deprived of all critical faculty, cannot be otherwise than excessively credulous. The improbable does not exist for a crowd, and it is necessary to bear this circumstance well in mind to understand the facility with which are created and propagated the most improbable legends and stories."



bond (n.)
early 13c., "anything that binds," phonetic variant of band (n.1). For vowel change, see long (adj.); also influenced by Old English bonda "householder," literally "dweller" (see bondage). Legalistic sense first recorded 1590s.
bond (v.) 
1670s (transitive), from bond (n.). Intransitive sense from 1836. Originally of things; of persons by 1969. Related: Bonded; bonding. Male bonding attested by 1969

bondage (n.) 
c. 1300, "condition of a serf or slave," from Anglo-Latin bondagium, from Middle English bond "a serf, tenant farmer," from Old English bonda "householder," from Old Norse boandi "free-born farmer," noun use of present participle of boa "dwell, prepare, inhabit," from PIE *bhow-, from root *bheue- "to be, exist, dwell" (see be). Meaning in English changed by influence of bond. The sexual sado-masochism sense is recorded by 1966. Legalistic sense first recorded 1590s.

D.C. Damage Control
D.C. Divide & Conquer
D.C. Disney & Coca Cola:
The Manufactured Global Commercial Wage Slave System Artifact used to Promote the neo-Religion branded as "American Consumerism".



"The creation of the legends which so easily obtain circulation in crowds is not solely the consequence of their extreme credulity. It is also the result of the prodigious perversions that events undergo in the imagination of a throng. The simplest event that comes under the observation of a crowd is soon totally transformed. A crowd thinks in images, and the image itself immediately calls up a series of other images, having no logical connection with the first. We can easily conceive this state by thinking of the fantastic succession of ideas to which we are sometimes led by calling up in our minds any fact. Our reason shows us the incoherence there is in these images, but a crowd is almost blind to this truth, and confuses with the real event what the deforming action of its imagination has superimposed thereon. A crowd scarcely distinguishes between the subjective and the objective. It accepts as real the images evoked in its mind, though they most often have only a very distant relation with the observed fact.
The ways in which a crowd perverts any event of which it is a witness ought, it would seem, to be innumerable and unlike each other, since the individuals composing the gathering are of very different temperaments. But this is not the case. As the result of contagion the perversions are of the same kind, and take the same shape in the case of all the assembled individuals.
The first perversion of the truth effected by one of the individuals of the gathering is the starting-point of the contagious suggestion. Before St. George appeared on the walls of Jerusalem to all the Crusaders he was certainly perceived in the first instance by one of those present. By dint of suggestion and contagion the miracle signalised by a single person was immediately accepted by all.
Such is always the mechanism of the collective hallucinations so frequent in history — hallucinations which seem to have all the recognised characteristics of authenticity, since they are phenomena observed by thousands of persons.”



“Legislation since this period has followed the course, I pointed out. Rapidly multiplying dictatorial measures have continually tended to restrict individual liberties, and this in two ways. Regulations have been established every year in greater number, imposing a constraint on the citizen in matters in which his acts were formerly completely free, and forcing him to accomplish acts which he was formerly at liberty to accomplish or not to accomplish at will. At the same time heavier and heavier public, and especially local, burdens have still further restricted his liberty by diminishing the portion of his profits he can spend as he chooses, and by augmenting the portion which is taken from him to be spent according to the good pleasure of the public authorities.” 


People are Peaceful and not war like.

There is more than enough for everyone and always has been. It is easier to get together in hunting parties and to gather food, to farm the land together, collectively, than it is to go to war with another ‘tribe’. There is a lot of space between kingdoms and countries. More than enough for all.

We’ve been lied to about our own natures. It is only when our basic needs are not meant that we begin to think about stealing from someone else. We are very sympathetic and empathetic creatures and our basic nature is used to manipulate us. This very nature means we are a lot less war like than we are told. It is one thing to lose you temper and do something stupid and potentially harmful to another in the heat of the moment, it is entirely another thing to get a group of people to give up what their living for to go out and make war on creatures who they will begin to empathize with.
The Four Horsemen of Revelation represent Art used to keep us in our proverbial chains. The four horsemen represent exaggerated chicken little threats used by the nobility, through their commissioned art in its myriad of forms, to keep you cluelessly working for the Kingdom or Empire.

Please Scroll to the End of The Article To Learn The Secret About How The "Psy Op" is Actually Done

Methods of Social Control: War as a Racket: It is about getting You to do what they want you to do. They can't really force you into it. You have to volunteer in one way or another.

I Object Consciously To This Childish Cartoon War!

"Historically, many conscientious objectors have been executed, imprisoned, or otherwise penalized when their beliefs led to actions conflicting with their society's legal system or government. The legal definition and status of conscientious objection has varied over the years and from nation to nation. Religious beliefs were a starting point in many nations for legally granting conscientious objector status.

An early recognition of conscientious objection was granted by William the Silent to the Dutch Mennonites in 1575. They could refuse military service in exchange for a monetary payment.

Formal legislation to exempt objectors from fighting was first granted in mid-18th century Britain following problems with attempting to force Quakers into military service. In 1757, when the first attempt was made to establish a British Militia as a professional national military reserve, a clause in the Militia Ballot Act allowed Quakers exemption from military service.[11]

In the United States, conscientious objection was permitted from the country's founding, although regulation was left to individual states prior to the introduction of conscription."



Did Cassius Clay know he could have gotten free 'COKE' if he joined the army?

"Japan has long been one of the most dynamic markets for The Coca-Cola Company, building on a heritage that has spanned more than 100 years.  As early as 1910, orders were received in Atlanta, from Japan, for Coca-Cola syrup to be sold at select soda fountain outlets in Tokyo.  From 1910 to the outbreak of World War II, nearly a million servings of Coca-Cola were sold in Japan.  Even poet Kotaro Takamura reflected on Coca-Cola in his 1914 poetry book Do Tei (Journey):

Come and blow,
Freezing wind of the Chichibu Mountains,
Come blowing down…
Coca-Cola, thank you very much.
Down the streets in Ginza, then to Owari-cho…
Another glass of Coca-Cola.

Business Foundations
"During World War II, Coca-Cola sales ceased and did not resume until after the war.  At the invitation of the U.S. Army Exchange Service, and in keeping Robert Woodruff’s pledge that U.S. troops should be able to get Coca-Cola regardless of where they were stationed, The Coca-Cola Company re-entered Japan in October 1945. Between 1946 and 1952, six bottling plants were established from Sapporo in the north to Kokura in the south.  With few exceptions, production and distribution of Coca-Cola was limited to the U.S. armed forces.  One of the more notable exceptions occurred on October 12, 1949, at Tokyo’s Jingu Baseball Stadium.  On that date, all restrictions were lifted and Coca-Cola was sold at an exhibition match featuring the San Francisco Seals."



"Here are some of the stories that Coca-Cola fans have shared with us over the years.

  • While stationed in Korea in 1980-81, we went into the field often and missed the creature comforts. I’ll never forget one hot day running communications wire when a local lady hiked up the "hill" to sell Coke -- ice-cold Coke. We gave her a ride down the road and when we handed her the pack she was carrying, we could barely lift it. That Coke sure was good. I've had Coke all over the world, but that one Coke was the best!
  • I started working for Coca-Cola in Minneapolis in 1943, and then was drafted into the Army and served on Luzon [Philippines]. Each Christmas the Minneapolis plant would send me two 6.5-ounce bottles of Coca-Cola. Christmas 1944, I drank one of those bottles and saved the other to celebrate war's end. Someone stole that second bottle, but the war ended anyhow. Thanks, Coca-Cola!
  • My husband tells the story of being a young (24-year-old) Army chaplain in Vietnam in the late 1960s. He was flying in a helicopter when one of the blades was shot and they had to make an emergency landing. It was eerily silent as they waited for help to arrive. Suddenly came a woman selling bananas and guess what... Coca-Cola! Who would have believed that in the middle of "nowhere" it would be bottles of Coca-Cola that would be the universal symbol for people who did not speak the same language otherwise!
  • In 1956, I was young pilot on USS Forestal stopped in south England. I encountered a small group of visitors on tour of ship, and I gave them a Coke. One of the group, an elderly Englishman, took a drink and exclaimed, "The ingenuity of you Yanks - to serve it over ice." 
  • I'm an Airborne Ranger and I just got back from Afghanistan for the second time about a month and a half ago. On September 11, 2002, I was in a village in N. Afghanistan. To get to this village, I had to walk another two miles nearly vertical -- some places even donkeys couldn't get to. This was way in the mountains. After clearing the village, the town brought us Coca-Cola to refresh us. It felt like a taste of home.
  • Vietnam 1967: The one thing I wanted after a patrol during one bad day was a Coke, which I thought would be impossible. But when we got back to base camp, near the Cambodian border, a great helicopter pilot had brought our mail and a Coke for our whole recon platoon!! It was the best tasting Coke of my whole life!!
  • During WWII, my grandfather was stationed at Fort Stewart in Savannah, GA. On Friday nights, a bus would bring in all the single young girls from the small towns surrounding Savannah. Well, my grandmother lived in Vidalia, GA, and would come to Savannah on Friday nights for the dance that Fort Stewart put on for the soldiers. It was at one of these dances that my grandfather asked my grandmother to come share a Coke with him, because he could not dance. After that one Coke, my grandfather was sent to Europe for the war. My grandmother wrote to him every week, and when he came home they got married. I am here today because two people fell in love over a shared Coke.
  • In 1970 I was stationed on a Navy Ship U.S.S. Kitty Hawk in Vietnam. We hauled 10,000 cases of Coke on board by hand. I was one of the lucky men who had this privilege. We hand carried each case of canned Coke down six flights of stairs on the ship every other week. There were 5,000 men stationed on the Kitty Hawk and everyone looked forward to the "Coke Run." One run took 18 hours! Liberty and a refreshing Coke were our rewards for doing this.
  • I've been in the U.S. Army for 18 years. I remember on my first tour in Korea it was freezing cold and we were out training in the Korean countryside. We had been there for 14 days in rain and cold, and all I could think of was a little hope for something from home. When out of nowhere comes a Korean woman with a basket full of military rations -- and at the very bottom were three bottles of Coca-Coca. I truly knew then that there was a God! Thank you so much for being there for all U.S. troops.
  • In October 1973, during the Yom Kippur War, a small group of Canadians was on a fact-finding mission and wound up in Syria. It was a very hot, uncomfortable day, and we were all very tired and very thirsty. We stopped by the roadside for a lunch of army rations. One of our group suddenly cried out, "What I wouldn't give for a Coke now!" As he said it, an Army vehicle pulled up and an Israeli soldier jumped out and said, "Anybody care for a cold Coke?" He sure made our day! Max Shecter -- Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  • In 1972 while attending a USAF technical school at Goodfellow AFB, TX, most of the students would buy a bottle of Coca-Cola to see if they could find the name of their home town on the bottom. The name had been part of the bottle mold. We would then pour a bag of peanuts into the bottle as a snack to hold us over until we could get to the chow hall for lunch.
  • My Coca-Cola story is from Feb. 26, 1991. I was a U.S. Marine in the Persian Gulf. My unit was heading back south from Kuwait City. We had stopped for a few minutes to rest. A lone vehicle was coming our way. A Marine came out and tossed cases of Coke and diet Coke to us. It was like a dream come true. It was the best diet Coke I had ever had."

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"Pepsi comes to Vietnam with a disadvantage. Many Vietnamese, especially in the distant countryside, have never heard of it. Pepsi had just opened its first bottling plant in South Vietnam when the country was overrun by the north in 1975. 

By that time, Coca-Cola had been in Vietnam for more than a decade and was selling nearly 20 million cases, or 480 million bottles, a year. The collapse of South Vietnam forced it to abandon its five bottling plants. 

But Coke stayed behind in Vietnam even after the last American soldiers had pulled out. For years, Coke has been finding its way into Vietnam, usually smuggled by the shipload from Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand. Today Coke remains the soft drink of choice for millions of Vietnamese, north and south, including senior Communist Party officials who can be seen guzzling Coke at official receptions. 'A Legacy Here' 

"Coca-Cola has a legacy here," Mark Ohlson, the region manager of Coca-Cola Indochina, said. "When they think of cola, they think of us. And I don't see any reason for that to change.""


Project Re: Brief by Google

“In 1960, Coca-cola was the first time introduced in Vietnam. After that, Coca-cola Indochina Pte Company was established officially in Vietnam on August 1995. Since then, Coca-cola has some locations in Vietnam, which were united as one Beverage Company called Coca-cola Vietnam with the head office located in Thu Duc District, Ho Chi Minh Cit”


WARS & Cultural Wars. War used to implement Social Change, and Coca Cola's Global Strategy, above. Your Tax Dollars At Work. This is what you paid for, not war.

Media "Stars" like heavy weight champion boxers and cultural iconic brands like Coca Cola, are promoted for the same reason Astrology is. Originally stars  were used to navigate the world. Then the metaphor became to use the imagined figures in the Heavens as mythological beings who are to be followed in one way or another. This idea of idol worship or star gazing, was turned into the Hollywood Star Mill. "Stars" are promoted so you have icons to follow. You are supposed to consciously and unconsciously pick up behavioral cues from these "Stars". This is a method of behavioral control.

Sometimes you will agree with the propose of the propaganda and sometimes you will not. The elite (old aristocracy) do not care. A broken clock is right twice a day and if your personal views and /or agenda happens to coincide with the elite’s, your views will have a favorable airing. Yet whatever merits your position has or does not have is more than likely irrelevant to the over all scheme. The particular cultural paradigm is not important at all. Culture is created, destroyed and recreated as the elite see fit. It is about their needs at a particular moment in history and nothing more.


A Tale of The internet Shepherd Who Left The Gates Open:
A Case Study in intellectual dishonesty

1. Problem: Paying Federal Taxes makes us all Feudal wage slaves.
2. The solution: call or write to the collection agency to complain about 1% of the problem.

The IRS Is Just A Collection Agency.

We do not really need the Federal government at all.

A more limited bureaucracy is a better idea at all levels of ‘government’.

Government literally means mind control.

Complaining to the IRS is pointless.

Call and bother the elected officials who make the laws in the first place. That’s a place to start.

Don’t waste your time with the collection agency who cannot change anything.

The laws need to be changed. The entire system is predicated on bills being signed into laws and these laws being followed by everyone working in the system in the same exact manner soldiers are to follow their orders from their commanders. It is the same thing.

3. SS?

What about Social Security? You pay more for it than you might think. This is a heavy burden that comes out of your paycheck. Perhaps you should withdraw your legal consent from all of it…






A WTF MOMENT IN TIME: You Could pay to avoid fighting for your freedom?

You have to think you need the protection of the proverbial cattle walls and people in jewels and robes. Consider this:
During the American Revolutionary War, exemptions varied by state. Pennsylvania required conscientious objectors, who would not join companies of voluntary soldiers called Associations, to pay a fine roughly equal to the time they would have spent in military drill. Quakers who refused this extra tax had their property confiscated.

The first conscription in the United States came with the Civil War. Although conscientious objection was not part of the draft law, individuals could provide a substitute or pay $300 to hire one. By 1864 the draft act allowed the $300 to be paid for the benefit of sick and wounded soldiers. Conscientious objectors in Confederate States initially had few options. Responses included moving to northern states, hiding in the mountains, joining the army but refusing to use a weapon, or being imprisoned. Between late 1862 and 1864 a payment of $500 into the public treasury exempted conscientious objectors from Confederate military duty.

"In the United States during World War I, conscientious objectors were permitted to serve in noncombatant military roles. About 2000 absolute conscientious objectors refused to cooperate in any way with the military.[87] These men were imprisoned in military facilities such as Fort Lewis (Washington), Alcatraz Island (California) and Fort Leavenworth(Kansas). Some were subjected to treatment such as short rations, solitary confinement and physical abuse severe enough as to cause the deaths of two Hutterite draftees.[88]

Eventually, because of the shortage of farm labor, the conscientious objectors were granted furloughs either for farm service or relief work in France under the American Friends Service Committee. A limited number performed alternative service as fire fighters in the Cascade Range in the vicinity of Camp Lewis, Washington[89] and in a Virginia psychiatric hospital.[90]

During World War II, all registrants were sent a questionnaire covering basic facts about their identification, physical condition, history and also provided a checkoff to indicate opposition to military service because of religious training or belief. Men marking the latter option received a detailed form in which they had to explain the basis for their objection."


The Civil War a Cover For implementing a Tax System:

"The Revenue Act of 1862 (July 1, 1862, Ch. 119, 12 Stat. 432), was a bill the United States Congress passed to help fund the American Civil War. President Abraham Lincoln signed the act into law on July 1, 1862. The act established the office of the Commissioner of Internal Revenue, a department in charge of the collection of taxes, and levied excise taxes on most items consumed and traded in the United States. The act also introduced the United States' first progressive tax with the intent of raising millions of dollars for the Union.”   https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Revenue_Act_of_1862


"The Committee on Public Information, also known as the CPI or the Creel Committee, was an independent agency of the government of the United States created to influence U.S. public opinion regarding American participation in World War I. Over just 28 months, from April 14, 1917, to June 30, 1919, it used every medium available to create enthusiasm for the war effort and enlist public support against foreign attempts to undercut America's war aims. It primarily used propaganda techniques to accomplish these goals."   https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Committee_on_Public_Information

“One early incident demonstrated the dangers of embroidering the truth. The CPI fed newspapers the story that ships escorting the First Division to Europe sank several German submarines, a story discredited when newsmen interviewed the ships' officers in England. Republican Senator Boies Penrose of Pennsylvania called for an investigation and The New York Times called the CPI "the Committee on Public Misinformation."[20] The incident turned the once compliant news publishing industry into skeptics.[21]

Early in 1918, the CPI made a premature announcement that "the first American built battle planes are today en route to the front in France," but newspapers learned that the accompanying pictures were fake, there was only one plane, and it was still being tested.[22] At other times, though the CPI could control in large measure what newspapers printed, its exaggerations were challenged and mocked in Congressional hearings.[23] The Committee's overall tone also changed with time, shifting from its original belief in the power of facts to mobilization based on hate, like the slogan "Stop the Hun!" on posters showing a U.S. soldier taking hold of a German soldier in the act of terrorizing a mother and child, all in support of war bond sales.”   


"It's a -small- COKE (false flag fake war) World  After All"

War What Is It Good For? 
Coke Actually…
World War Two: Theatre of War- North Africa, Coca Cola uses War Funds to Build Their Bottling Plants. Your Tax Dollars at Work! 

“1920s and 30s … International expansion
Led by longtime Company leader Robert W. Woodruff, chief executive officer and chairman of the Board, the Company began a major push to establish bottling operations outside the U.S. Plants were opened in France, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Belgium, Italy, Peru, Spain, Australia and South Africa. By the time World War II began, Coca-Cola was being bottled in 44 countries."

"1940s … Post-war growth
During the war, 64 bottling plants were set up around the world to supply the troops. This followed an urgent request for bottling equipment and materials from General Eisenhower's base in North Africa. Many of these war-time plants were later converted to civilian use, permanently enlarging the bottling system and accelerating the growth of the Company's worldwide business.”

Building Coca Cola bottling plants during a war? Eisenhower claims the troops need coke? Maybe he meant the drug? This is the theater of the absurd. Fake wars to cover your tax dollars being spent on Coca Cola’s international business expansion plans. This is but one example.


Edward R. Murrow Propagandist Extraordinaire

How Fake Wars are Made

"After graduation from high school in 1926, Murrow enrolled at Washington State College (now Washington State University) across the state in Pullman, and eventually majored in speech. A member of the Kappa Sigma fraternity, he was also active in college politics. By his teen years, Murrow went by the nickname "Ed" and during his second year of college, he changed his name from Egbert to Edward. In 1929, while attending the annual convention of the National Student Federation of America, Murrow gave a speech urging college students to become more interested in national and world affairs; this led to his election as president of the federation. After earning his bachelor's degree in 1930, he moved back east to New York.

Murrow was assistant director of the Institute of International Education from 1932 to 1935 and served as assistant secretary of the Emergency Committee in Aid of Displaced Foreign Scholars, which helped prominent German scholars who had been dismissed from academic positions. He married Janet Huntington Brewster on March 12, 1935. Their son, Charles Casey Murrow, was born in the west of London on November 6, 1945."

"Murrow joined CBS as director of talks and education in 1935 and remained with the network for his entire career.[2] CBS did not have news staff when Murrow joined, save for announcer Bob Trout. Murrow's job was to line up newsmakers who would appear on the network to talk about the issues of the day. But the onetime Washington State speech major was intrigued by Trout's on-air delivery, and Trout gave Murrow tips on how to communicate effectively on radio.

Murrow went to London in 1937 to serve as the director of CBS's European operations.[6] The position did not involve on-air reporting; his job was persuading European figures to broadcast over the CBS network, which was in direct competition with NBC's two radio networks. Murrow recruited journalist William L. Shirer to take a similar post on the continent. The two men would become the forefathers of broadcast journalism.


Murrow gained his first glimpse of fame during the March 1938 Anschluss, in which Adolf Hitler engineered the annexation of Austria by Nazi Germany. While Murrow was in Poland arranging a broadcast of children's choruses, he got word from Shirer of the annexation—and the fact that Shirer could not get the story out through Austrian state radio facilities. Murrow immediately sent Shirer to London, where he delivered an uncensored, eyewitness account of the Anschluss. Murrow then chartered a plane to fly from Warsaw to Vienna, so he could take over for Shirer.

At the request of CBS New York (either chief executive William S. Paley or news director Paul White), Murrow and Shirer put together a European News Roundup of reaction to the Anschluss, which brought correspondents from various European cities together for a single broadcast. On March 13, 1938, the special was broadcast, hosted by Bob Trout in New York, including Shirer in London (with Labour MP Ellen Wilkinson), reporter Edgar Ansel Mowrer of the Chicago Daily News in Paris, reporter Pierre J. Huss of the International News Service in Berlin, and Senator Lewis B. Schwellenbach in Washington, D.C. Reporter Frank Gervasi, in Rome, was unable to find a transmitter to broadcast reaction from the Italian capital, but phoned his script to Shirer in London, who read it on the air.[7]:116–120 Murrow reported live from Vienna, in the first on-the-scene news report of his career: "This is Edward Murrow speaking from Vienna.... It's now nearly 2:30 in the morning, and Herr Hitler has not yet arrived."

The broadcast was considered revolutionary at the time. Featuring multipoint, live reports in the days before modern technology (and without each of the parties necessarily being able to hear one another), it came off almost flawlessly. The special became the basis for World News Roundup—broadcasting's oldest news series, which still runs each weekday morning and evening on the CBS Radio Network.

In September 1938, Murrow and Shirer were regular participants in CBS's coverage of the crisis over the Sudetenland in Czechoslovakia, which Hitler coveted for Germany and eventually won in the Munich Agreement. Their incisive reporting heightened the American appetite for radio news, with listeners regularly waiting for Murrow's shortwave broadcasts, introduced by analyst H. V. Kaltenborn in New York saying, "Calling Ed Murrow ... come in Ed Murrow."

During the following year, leading up to the outbreak of World War II, Murrow continued to be based in London. William Shirer's reporting from Berlin brought him national acclaim, and a commentator's position with CBS News upon his return to the United States in December 1940. (Shirer would describe his Berlin experiences in his best-selling 1941 book Berlin Diary.) When the war broke out in September 1939, Murrow stayed in London, and later provided live radio broadcasts during the height of the Blitz in London After Dark. These broadcasts electrified radio audiences as news programming never had: previous war coverage had mostly been provided by newspaper reports, along with newsreels seen in movie theaters; earlier radio news programs had simply featured an announcer in a studio reading wire service reports."

Fakin' it Meant Less Work Back In The Radio Days!

"Murrow's reports, especially during the Blitz, began with what became his signature opening, "This is London," delivered with his vocal emphasis on the word this, followed by the hint of a pause before the rest of the phrase. His former speech teacher, Ida Lou Anderson, suggested the opening as a more concise alternative to the one he had inherited from his predecessor at CBS Europe, Cesar Saerchinger: "Hello America. This is London calling." Murrow's phrase became synonymous with the newscaster and his network."

"Murrow achieved great celebrity status as a result of his war reports. They led to his second famous catchphrase. At the end of 1940, with every night's German bombing raid, Londoners who might not necessarily see each other the next morning often closed their conversations with "good night, and good luck." The future British monarch, Princess Elizabeth, said as much to the Western world in a live radio address at the end of the year, when she said "good night, and good luck to you all". So, at the end of one 1940 broadcast, Murrow ended his segment with "Good night, and good luck." Speech teacher Anderson insisted he stick with it, and another Murrow catchphrase was born.

When Murrow returned to the U.S. in 1941, CBS hosted a dinner in his honor on December 2 at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel. 1,100 guests attended the dinner, which the network broadcast. Franklin D. Roosevelt sent a welcome-back telegram, which was read at the dinner, and Librarian of Congress Archibald MacLeish gave an encomium that commented on the power and intimacy of Murrow's wartime dispatches.[7]:203–204

The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor occurred less than a week after this speech, and the U.S. entered the war as a combatant on the Allied side."

"Murrow flew on 25 Allied combat missions in Europe during the war,[7]:233 providing additional reports from the planes as they droned on over Europe (recorded for delayed broadcast). Murrow's skill at improvising vivid descriptions of what was going on around or below him, derived in part from his college training in speech, aided the effectiveness of his radio broadcasts."

Sure he did. Read through this blog. Wars are more fake than you think. Murrow was a liar.

Murrow was a propagandist. Read this blog for more, but the history of radio involved the U.S. Navy who had monopolized radio right before World War One. It was the then Assistant Secretary of the Navy, FDR who recommended this. Two things are funny. 1. FDR became the radio President and 2. World War One ended right after Congress ended the Navy's monopoly of radio. RCA was formed by the Navy, GE and The United Fruit Company. RCA was the first radio station.  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RCA#Establishment

"As hostilities expanded, Murrow expanded CBS News in London into what Harrison Salisbury described as "the finest news staff anybody had ever put together in Europe".[7]:230 The result was a group of reporters acclaimed for their intellect and descriptive power, including Eric SevareidCharles CollingwoodHoward K. SmithMary Marvin BreckinridgeCecil BrownRichard C. HotteletBill DownsWinston BurdettCharles ShawNed Calmer, and Larry LeSueur. Many of them, Shirer included, were later dubbed "Murrow's Boys"—despite Breckinridge being a woman."


"ABC also did not reveal the location of John Miller's 1998 interview with Osama bin Laden:"

Neva Fa get 9 1 1 !!!



Sleight of Hand Magic Tricks Are For Crowds
“ As soon as a few individuals are gathered together they constitute a crowd, and, though they should be distinguished men of learning, they assume all the characteristics of crowds with regard to matters outside their speciality. The faculty of observation and the critical spirit possessed by each of them individually at once disappears. An ingenious psychologist, Mr. Davey, supplies us with a very curious example in point, recently cited in the Annales des Sciences Psychiques, and deserving of relation here. Mr. Davey, having convoked a gathering of distinguished observers, among them one of the most prominent of English scientific men, Mr. Wallace, executed in their presence, and after having allowed them to examine the objects and to place seals where they wished, all the regulation spiritualistic phenomena, the materialisation of spirits, writing on slates, &c. Having subsequently obtained from these distinguished observers written reports admitting that the phenomena observed could only have been obtained by supernatural means, he revealed to them that they were the result of very simple tricks. “The most astonishing feature of Monsieur Davey’s investigation,” writes the author of this account, “is not the marvel- lousness of the tricks themselves, but the extreme weakness of the reports made with respect to them by the non-initiated witnesses. It is clear, then,” he says, “that witnesses even in number may give circumstantial relations which are completely erroneous, but whose result is that, if their descriptions are accepted as exact, the phenomena they describe are inexplicable by trickery. The methods invented by Mr. Davey were so simple that one is astonished that he should have had the boldness to employ them; but he had such a power over the mind of the crowd that he could persuade it that it saw what it did not see.” Here, as always, we have the power of the hypnotiser over the hypnotised. Moreover, when this power is seen in action on minds of a superior order and previously invited to be suspicious, it is understandable how easy it is to deceive ordinary crowds.”


Walter Leland Cronkite, Jr. (November 4, 1916 – July 17, 2009) was an American broadcast journalist, best known as anchorman for the CBS Evening News for 19 years (1962–81). During the heyday of CBS News in the 1960s and 1970s, he was often cited as "the most trusted man in America" after being so named in an opinion poll.[1][2][3] He reported many events from 1937 to 1981, including bombings in World War II; the Nuremberg trials; combat in the Vietnam War;[4] the Dawson's Field hijackings; Watergate; the Iran Hostage Crisis; and the assassinations of President John F. Kennedy, civil rights pioneer Martin Luther King, Jr., and Beatles musician John Lennon. He was also known for his extensive coverage of the U.S. space program, from Project Mercury to the Moon landings to the Space Shuttle. He was the only non-NASA recipient of a Moon-rock award. Cronkite is well known for his departing catchphrase "And that's the way it is," followed by the broadcast's date.

"Cronkite lived in Kansas City, Missouri, until he was ten, when his family moved to Houston, Texas.[7] He attended junior high school at Lanier Junior High School (now Lanier Middle School) and high school at San Jacinto High School, where he edited the high school newspaper.[5]He was a member of the Boy Scouts. He attended college at the University of Texas at Austin (UT), entering in the Fall term of 1933,[10]where he worked on the Daily Texan and became a member of the Nu chapter of the Chi Phi Fraternity.[11] He also was a member of the Houston chapter of DeMolay, a Masonic fraternal organization for boys. While attending UT, Cronkite had his first taste of performance, appearing in a play with fellow student Eli Wallach."


"A crowd is always ready to revolt against a feeble, and to bow down servilely before a strong authority. Should the strength of an authority be intermittent, the crowd, always obedient to its extreme sentiments, passes alternately from anarchy to servitude, and from servitude to anarchy. "    https://socserv2.socsci.mcmaster.ca/~econ/ugcm/3ll3/lebon/Crowds.pdf

From Superman 1978: Lois humorously reacts to Superman saying he stands for "truth, justice, and the American way."

"DeMolay International (also known as the Order of DeMolay), founded in Kansas City, Missouri, in 1919, is an international fraternal organization for young men ages 12 to 21. It was named for Jacques de Molay, the last Grand Master of the Knights Templar. DeMolay was incorporated in the 1990s and is classified by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organizationholding a group exemption letter."

"“The Order of DeMolay was founded in 1919 with nine members, most of whom lived near each other in Kansas City.
The crown appearing in the self-adopted heraldic arms (the emblem) of the order contains 10 rubies, each representing one of the original nine and the organization's founder, Frank S. Land. The crown of the arms was originally portrayed with pearls. When a founding member died, the pearl representing him was changed to a ruby. In the 21st century, all the pearls have been changed to rubies. Today, all of the original founders have died and all pearls are rubies."


Fakin' it Means A Bit More Work These TV Days!

Please note how "John Miller" has two different years listed (in his wiki  entry) for his birthday and neither contain any other information like the month or date.

HOAX ALERT: JOHN MILLER FINDS THE MOST WANTED MAN YET THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT COULD NOT! That is absurd nonsense. John Miller is clearly part of the theater troop and this is all a long standing hoax.

Pay attention to how “John Miller” sets up and sells his fellow actor who is playing the soft spoken powerful tall character. This is a cartoon. The logic and strategy behind all of it is very immature and childish. Please watch the clip below.

1998 Osama Bin Laden - John Miller-  Interview ABC News


That is absurd nonsense. "John Miller" & "Bin Laden" are characters on the screen. Actors playing roles as  part of the theater troop we call the Military Entertainment Complex™ and this is all a long standing hoax.
Above actors on a screen, acting on a new-stage designed to keep you thinking you need the protecction of the castles walls and the fools in robes. You have to think you need to keep paying your taxes, after all you are a wage slave. 
This is The 20th Century Mind War  & It is Same as the Old Wars, The same old trick of getting the sheep to think there is a wolf at the door.




The British Royalty Run The Show






“William Joseph "Bill" Bratton CBE (born October 6, 1947) is an American law enforcement officer and businessman, and the current New York City Police Commissioner, the second time he has held that position. He has previously served as the Commissioner of the Boston Police Department (BPD) (1993–1994), New York City Police Department (NYPD) Commissioner (1994–1996), and Chief of the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) (2002–2009).
Bratton began his police career at the Boston Police Department before becoming Police Commissioner in New York City, where his zero-tolerance policy has been credited with reducing petty and violent crime. He moved to the Los Angeles Police Department in 2002 reforming the police after the 1992 Los Angeles Riots and crime was reduced.[3]
Bratton's policing style is influenced by the broken windows theory, a criminological theory of the norm-setting and signalling effect of urban disorder and vandalism on additional crime and anti-social behavior.[4] He advocates having an ethnically diverse police force representative of the population,[5] maintaining a strong relationship with the law-abiding population,[6] tackling police corruption,[4] being tough on gangs and having a strict no-tolerance of anti-social behavior.[7]
Bratton was approached by British Prime Minister David Cameron to become the new Metropolitan Police Commissioner in July 2011, but this was blocked by the Home Office on the grounds that said commissioner must be a British citizen with experience and knowledge of the United Kingdom's laws.[8] Bratton instead was offered an advisor role to the British government, which he accepted in August 2011.
On December 5, 2013, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that Bratton would return to the post of Police Commissioner in New York City.”



Bill Bratton Commander of the Order of the British Empire

The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire is the "order of chivalry of British constitutional monarchy", rewarding contributions to the arts and sciences, work with charitable and welfare organisations and public service outside the Civil Service.[1] It was established on 4 June 1917 by King George V, and comprises five classes, in civil and military divisions, the most senior two of which make the recipient either a knight if male, or dame if female.[2] There is also the related British Empire Medal, whose recipients are affiliated with, but not members of, the order.
Appointments to the Order of the British Empire were at first made on the nomination of the self-governing Dominions of the Empire, the Viceroy of India, and the colonial governors, as well as on nominations from within the United Kingdom. As the Empire evolved into the Commonwealth, nominations continued to come from the Commonwealth realms, in which the monarch remained head of state. These overseas nominations have been discontinued in realms that have established their own Orders—such as the Order of Australia, the Order of Canada, and the New Zealand Order of Merit—but members of the Order are still appointed in the British Overseas Territories.”

"In particular, King George V wished to create an Order to honour many thousands of those who had served in a variety of non-combatant roles during the First World War. When first established, the Order had only one division. However, in 1918, soon after its foundation, it was formally divided into Military and Civil Divisions. The Order's motto is For God and the Empire."

GOD = Grower, Organizer, Destroyer

"The British monarch is Sovereign of the Order, and appoints all other members of the Order (by convention, on the advice of the governments of the United Kingdom and some Commonwealth realms). The next most senior member is the Grand Master, of whom there have been three: Prince Edward, the Prince of Wales (1917–1936); Queen Mary (1936–1953); and the current Grand Master, the Duke of Edinburgh (since 1953)."

"The English-Speaking Union article continues by asserting that if it is desired “to give a history of the American Commonwealth, one must of course begin, not with the events of 1776, but at the roots which reach back into the soil of England—back to at least the days of the Magna Carta and Earl of Simon de Montfort, from which roots sprang perhaps the more important causes of American Secession.”  This is a perfect example of the type of enlarged historical context that John Robert Seeley had sought to proliferate to achieve Anglo-Saxon Unity and an internationalist polity, and a strategy put in motion by groups like the Anglo-American Pilgrims Society which purchased George Washington’s ancestral home Sulgrave Manor in England as a “Shrine of British-American Peace” and a “pilgrimage for the English-speaking peoples.”  [34] [35]   W.H. Gardiner, in elaborating on this new way to teach history, further states that once the “English causes of the American Secession” and the “seeming independence” of the American Commonwealth are mutually recognized, it will be understood that one cannot simply “drop contemporaneous British history.”  [36]

As will be discussed at a later time, this is a sentiment professed in direct contradiction to that of the American Revolutionary Period.  It was none other than Thomas Paine who staunchly proclaimed in Common Sense (1776) that not only can British and the whole of history be abandoned, but in fact “we have it in our power to begin the world over again.” [37]"


D.C. Damage Control

D.C. Divide & Conquer

D.C. Disney & Coca Cola:

The Manufactured Global Commercial Wage Slave System Artifact used to Promote the neo-Religion branded as

"American Consumerism".




Get the joke?
(See The War of Currents which used to be ‘Current Events’)

"Although there were sanctions and restrictions against working with Germany during World War II, especially when America entered the war in 1941, there were some American companies that profited off both sides of World War II. Here are 8 examples.

    • Coca-Cola Company. Coca-Cola played both American and German sides during World War II, but in 1941, the German side ran out of sugary syrup to make the soft drink. So Coca-Cola’s German division invented Fanta to continue to sell Coca-Cola brands in the Germany without breaking any restrictions or an embargo."


(For licensing or usage, contact licensing@viralhog.com) My husband experienced this horrible accident on Tappan Zee Bridge on 5/13/2016. His dashcam recorded the scary moment. The rear wheels and axle hit his car before rolling forward. He is fine and is cool as always. Extra Footage from before and after the accident.

VIDEO NEWS IS PROPAGANDA MORE OFTEN THAN NOT. We cannot eliminate the possibility that news footage is fake. In fact it is highly edited and faked more often than not. The technology of today and any possible top secret CGI technology could easily allow for a very realistic simulation of reality. Keep in mind laws are passed based on news stories. News stories also lead to changes in public  behavior. There is a lot of money involved in all of this as well.

CG Character artist at Blur Studio - Mathieu Aerni has shared some of his work for 85 second full CG frozen moment opening title sequence of Tim Miller's Deadpool movie. With a base model from Atomic Fiction for his clothing.

“Mayor of Whistler Ken Melamed was a pioneer in leveraging sport to promote sustainability, and this brought the 2010 Winter Olympics to his city. He alluded to the power of sports in conveying information when he endorsed The Natural Step’s sustainability framework: 
'This simple, science-based framework ought to be as well understood worldwide as the rules of soccer.'
It was hyperbole, of course, and it was certainly well intentioned. But it highlights the ethical paradox:
a science-based framework, even though it concerns our survival on Earth, cannot compete with the rules of a sport in either interest generated or audience reach
there is no known mechanism for transferring this interest (soccer rules, System 2 thinking) from sport to a scientific subject
the real objective is not for people to rationally understand science-based frameworks, it is for people to adopt new instinctive attitudes
there are known mechanisms to transfer instinctive attitudes from sports role-models to fans
these mechanisms communicate via  the subconscious part of the human psyche
Does this make them unethical? I suggest not, and this is why:

the majority of the communication that an individual is exposed to everyday is absorbed subconsciously
subconscious communication is also intrinsic to the way that humans communicate among each other
subconscious behaviour is inherent to human psychology and is responsible for the majority of decisions we make
an individual cannot consciously erase information that he has absorbed subconsciously, but he does retain the ability to voluntarily engage conscious thinking to override the actions that he might otherwise accomplish spontaneously
the most successful companies are very skilled at using subconscious communication to promote their brands and products
If the system is known and plays a dominant role in our lives, the simple fact of interacting with it cannot be unethical per se. In fact, one should consider the moral implications of leaving the monopoly of subconscious communications to the corporate world, considering:
the dignity of the objective of the stakeholders who promote sustainability
the absence of reasons or regulations to prevent the use of this type of communication by the ‘competition’: stakeholders who seek to protect commercial interests that conflict with the sustainability agenda
It is difficult to make a black and white distinction between ethical and non-ethical use of sponsorship. Since it is non-verbal, it would be impossible to legislate about the difference between the values a company intended to communicate, and the values that fans subconsciously perceived from the sponsorship.”  Mario Hytten http://www.mariohytten.com/#!why-the-reticence/c1n4

I hate the grateful dead. FAIR USE NOTICE: This video may contain copyrighted material. Such material is made available for educational, criticism and parody purposes. This constitutes a 'fair use' of any such copyrighted material as provided for in Title 17 U.S.C. section 106A-117 of the U.S. Copyright Law.

The 411 on 911:

A Life Actor & Fake General Guy.

Just A Live Action Cartoon Character.

A Shade Charade Parade!

“Lieutenant General William Wilson "Buffalo Bill" Quinn (November 1, 1907 – September 11, 2000) was a United States Army officer, who served in intelligence during World War II. Born in Crisfield, Somerset, Maryland and a 1933 graduate of West Point, Quinn retired as a lieutenant general on March 1, 1966 as the commanding general of the Seventh United States Army. He died in Washington, DC at Walter Reed Army Hospital at 92 years old.”

“Quinn participated in the Battle of the Bulge, Operation Dragoon and on January 1, 1945 he was part of Operation Northwind.

Quinn was in Korea from 1951 to 1952 and in August 1951 Quinn was wounded in Korea. While in Korea he won and was awarded the Silver Star, Legion of Merit and the Bronze Star with the "V" Device. He was also in the Battle of Inchon. While he was in Korea he was the commanding Officer of the 17th Infantry Regiment which was part of the 7th Infantry Division (the 17th Infantry was, and still is, nicknamed "the Buffalo’s”)”


Fake World War Two Footage:

"This was embellished with “entirely staged” shots taken in Hawaii of American sailors manning anti-aircraft guns “to perfectly frame our response to a surprise attack”, says Mr Harris.

“Even 70 years after Pearl Harbor, we still so want that to be true. Only it wasn’t,” he said.

In Five Came Back, published last week in America by Penguin Press, he reveals the late Frank Capra, whose three Oscars include It Happened One Night and It’s A Wonderful Life, ­completely faked a victory by the ­British Army in Algiers.

He filmed “blown-up cities being blown-up some more” and in notes acquired by Mr ­Harris admits: “We took tanks and ran them through the water like they did when the ­British Seventh Army cut off the Germans by taking their tanks out into the water.”

Additional “African” footage was later shot in California’s Mojave Desert while dogfights between Allied fighter planes and fake German ones were filmed in Orlando, Florida.

Decades later both Capra and Huston admitted in interviews that some of their bogus work was “disgraceful” but ­Huston was less frank publicly about the authenticity of his acclaimed documentary The ­Battle Of San Pietro, which, in 1991, was selected for America’s ­prestigious National Film Registry of the Library of Congress because it was considered historically significant.

Author Mr Harris’s research reveals Huston arrived at the end of the Italian battle.

However, military top brass provided him with hundreds of GIs to use as “extras” and unlimited access to vehicles and equipment. Mr Harris regards this as the “most convincingly faked” footage of a ­Second World War battle, because it used actual participants and locations although it was filming make-believe action days after the event.

The author however, claims to understand why at least some fakery was required in the propaganda war being waged against the Nazis on the world’s cinema screens."



Cocal Cola sugar bubble water promotes "American" culture globally or so we are told. It actually promotes the consumer culture which is the result of the advertising Madison Avenue age. Advertising artifacts work like religious artifacts are meant to  These relics and works of art support the  control system and nothing more.

'Coke' an artifact that supports the wage slave feudal system and nothing more.

This is not an American ideal, by the way. It is a British one.



The Means of Distributing Communication is Important


"Television became available in crude experimental forms in the late 1920s. After World War II, an improved form became popular in the United States and Britain, and television sets became commonplace in homes, businesses, and institutions. During the 1950s, television was the primary medium for influencing public opinion.[1] In the mid-1960s, color broadcasting was introduced in the US and most other developed countries. The availability of storage media such as VHS tape (1976), DVDs (1997), and high-definition Blu-ray Discs (2006) enabled viewers to watch prerecorded material such as movies. At the end of the first decade of the 2000s, digital television transmissions greatly increased in popularity. Another development was the move from standard-definition television (SDTV) (576i, with 576 interlaced lines of resolution and 480i) to high-definition television (HDTV), which provides a resolution that is substantially higher. HDTV may be transmitted in various formats: 1080p1080i and 720p. Since 2010, with the invention of smart televisionInternet television has increased the availability of television programs and movies via the Internet through services such as NetflixiPlayerHuluRoku and Chromecast."  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Television

Fakin’ & Makin’ Wars Up! Can’t Trust History Told By Crowds:
“Facts proving that the most utter mistrust of the evidence of crowds is advisable might be multiplied to any extent. Thousands of men were present twenty-five years ago at the celebrated cavalry charge during the battle of Sedan, and yet it is impossible, in the face of the most contradictory ocular testimony, to decide by whom it was commanded. The English general, Lord Wolseley, has proved in a recent book that up to now the gravest errors of fact have been committed with regard to the most important incidents of the battle of Waterloo — facts that hundreds of witnesses had nevertheless attested.”


the medium is the massage

"The title is a play on McLuhan's oft-quoted saying "The medium is the message". The book was initiated by Quentin Fiore.[1] McLuhan adopted the term "massage" to denote the effect each medium has on the human sensorium, taking inventory of the "effects" of numerous media in terms of how they "massage" the sensorium.

According to McLuhan biographer W. Terrence Gordon, "by the time it appeared in 1967, McLuhan no doubt recognized that his original saying had become a cliché and welcomed the opportunity to throw it back on the compost heap of language to recycle and revitalize it. But the new title is more than McLuhan indulging his insatiable taste for puns, more than a clever fusion of self-mockery and self-rescue — the subtitle is 'An Inventory of Effects,' underscoring the lesson compressed into the original saying." (Gordon, p. 175.)

However, the FAQ section on the website maintained by McLuhan's estate says that this interpretation is incomplete and makes its own leap of logic as to why McLuhan left it as is:[2]

"Why is the title of the book The Medium is the Massage and not The Medium is the Message? Actually, the title was a mistake. When the book came back from the typesetter's, it had on the cover 'Massage' as it still does. The title was supposed to have read The Medium is the Message but the typesetter had made an error. When McLuhan saw the typo he exclaimed, 'Leave it alone! It's great, and right on target!' Thus, there are now four possible readings for the last word of the title, all of them accurate: Message and Mess AgeMassage and Mass Age."


Marshall McLuhan argues that technologies — from clothing to the wheel to the book, and beyond — are the messages themselves, not the content of the medium. In essence, The Medium is the Massage is a graphical and creative representation of his "medium is the message" thesis seen in Understanding Media.

By playing on words and utilizing the term "massage," McLuhan is suggesting that modern audiences have found current media to be soothing, enjoyable, and relaxing; however, the pleasure we find in new media is deceiving, as the changes between society and technology are incongruent and are perpetuating an Age of Anxiety.

All media work us over completely. They are so pervasive in their personal, political, economic, aesthetic, psychological, moral, ethical, and social consequences that they leave no part of us untouched, unaffected, unaltered. (p. 26)

The Medium is the Massage demonstrates how modern media are extensions of human senses; they ground us in physicality, but expand our ability to perceive our world to an extent that would be impossible without the media. These extensions of perception contribute to McLuhan’s theory of the Global Village, which would bring humanity full circle to an industrial analogue of tribal mentality.

Finally, McLuhan described key points of change in how people have viewed the world and how those views have been affected and altered by the adoption of new media. "The technique of invention was the discovery of the nineteenth [century]", brought on by the adoption of fixed points of view and perspective by typography, while "[t]he technique of the suspended judgment is the discovery of the twentieth century", brought on by the bard abilities of radio, movies and television.[3]

Fiore, at the time a prominent graphic designer and communications consultant, set about composing the visual illustration of these effects which were compiled by Jerome Agel. Near the beginning of the book, Fiore adopted a pattern in which an image demonstrating a media effect was presented with a textual synopsis on the facing page. The reader experiences a repeated shifting of analytic registers—from "reading" typographic print to "scanning" photographic facsimiles—reinforcing McLuhan's overarching argument in this book: namely, that each medium produces a different "massage" or "effect" on the human sensorium."


“Having survived the Depression, Minneapolis-Honeywell was approached by the US military for engineering and manufacturing projects. In 1941, Minneapolis-Honeywell developed a superior tank periscope and camera stabilizers, as well as the C-1 autopilot. The C-1 revolutionized precision bombing in the war effort, and was used on the two B-29 bombers that dropped atomic bombs on Japan in 1945. The success of these projects led Minneapolis-Honeywell to open an Aero division in Chicago on October 5, 1942.[9]:73 This division was responsible for the development of the formation stick to control autopilots, more accurate gas gauges for planes, and the turbo supercharger.[9]:79 In 1950, Minneapolis-Honeywell’s Aero division was contracted for the controls on the first US nuclear submarine, The Nautilus.[9]:88 The following year, the company acquired Intervox Company for their sonar, ultrasonics, and telemetry technologies. Honeywell also helped develop and manufacture the RUR-5 ASROC for the US Navy. In 1953, in cooperation with the USAF Wright-Air Development Center, Honeywell developed an automated control unit that could control an aircraft through various stages of a flight, from taxiing, to takeoff, to the point where the aircraft neared its destination and the pilot took over for landing. Called the Automatic Master Sequence Selector, the onboard control operated similarly to a player piano to relay instructions to the aircraft's autopilot at certain way points during the flight, significantly reducing the pilot's workload.[11] Technologically, this effort had parallels to contemporary efforts in missile guidance and numerical control. Honeywell also developed the Wagtail missile with the USAF.”
“From the 1950s until the mid-1970s, Honeywell was the United States' importer of Pentax cameras and photographic equipment.[9]:153 These products were labeled Honeywell Pentax in the U.S. In 1953, Honeywell introduced their most famous product, the T-86 Round thermostat.[8][9]:110

On April 12, 1955, Minneapolis-Honeywell started a joint venture with Raytheon called Datamatic to enter the computer market and compete with IBM.[9]:118 Two years later in 1957, their first computer, the D-1000, was sold and installed. In 1960, just five years after embarking on this venture with Raytheon, Minneapolis-Honeywell bought out Raytheon’s interest in Datamatic and turned it into the Electronic Data Processing division (now Honeywell Information Systems) of Minneapolis-Honeywell.[9]:118 Honeywell also purchased minicomputer pioneer Computer Control Corporation (3C's), renaming it as Honeywell's Computer Control Division. Through most of the 1960s, Honeywell was one of the "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" of computing. IBM was "Snow White", while the dwarfs were the seven significantly smaller computer companies: Burroughs, Control Data Corporation, General Electric, Honeywell, NCR, RCA, and UNIVAC. Later, when their number had been reduced to five,[12] they were known as "The BUNCH", after their initials: Burroughs, UNIVAC, NCR, Control Data Corporation, and Honeywell.

A 1990 Honeywell-Bull Entry Level Mainframe DPS 7 mainframe
In 1961, James H. Binger became Honeywell’s president and in 1965 its chairman. On becoming Chairman of Honeywell, Binger revamped the company sales approach, placing emphasis on profits rather than on volume. He also stepped up the company's international expansion – it had six plants producing 12% of the company's revenue. He also officially changed the company's corporate name from "Minneapolis-Honeywell Regulator Co." to "Honeywell", to better represent their colloquial name. Throughout the 1960s, Honeywell continued to acquire other businesses, including Security Burglar Alarm Company in 1969.[9]:130

The beginning of the 1970s saw Honeywell focus on process controls, with the company merging their computer operations with GE’s information systems in 1970, and later acquiring GE’s process control business.[9]:122 With the acquisition, Honeywell took over responsibility for GE's ongoing Multics operating system project. The design and features of Multics greatly influenced the Unix operating system. Multics also influenced many of the features of Honeywell/GE's GECOS and GCOS8 General Comprehensive Operating System operating systems. Honeywell, Groupe Bull, and Control Data Corporation formed a joint venture in Magnetic Peripherals Inc. which became a major player in the hard disk drive market. It was the worldwide leader in 14-inch disk drive technology in the OEM marketplace in the 1970s and early 1980s especially with its SMD (Storage Module Drive) and CMD (Cartridge Module Drive). In the second half of the 1970s, Honeywell started to look to international markets again, acquiring the French Compagnie Internationale pour l’Informatique in 1976.[9]:124 Eight years later, Honeywell formed Honeywell High Tech Trading to lease their foreign marketing and distribution to other companies abroad, in order to establish a better position in those markets.[9]:147 Under Binger's stewardship from 1961 to 1978 he expanded the company into such fields as defense, aerospace, and computing. During and after the Vietnam Era, Honeywell's defense division produced a number of products, including cluster bombs, missile guidance systems, napalm, and land mines. Minnesota-Honeywell Corporation completed flight tests on an inertia guidance sub-system for the X-20 project at Eglin Air Force Base, Florida, utilizing an NF-101B Voodoo by August 1963. The X-20 project was canceled in December 1963.[13] The Honeywell project, founded in 1968, organized protests against the company to persuade it to abandon weapons production[14]

In 1980, Honeywell bought Incoterm Corporation to compete in both the airline reservations system networks and bank teller markets.

In the 1980s, Honeywell developed the first Digital Process Communications protocol for its smart transmitters used in process measurement. Since then, smart communication protocols have evolved into various standardized types, such as the HART protocol and DE protocol.”



"Research into packet switching started in the early 1960s,[15] and packet switched networks such as the NPL network,[16] ARPANETCYCLADES,[17][18] Merit Network,[19] Tymnet, and Telenet, were developed in the late 1960s and 1970s using a variety of protocols.[20] The ARPANET project led to the development of protocols for internetworking, by which multiple separate networks could be joined into a single network of networks.[21]

ARPANET development began with two network nodes which were interconnected between the Network Measurement Center at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science directed by Leonard Kleinrock, and the NLS system at SRI International (SRI) by Douglas Engelbart in Menlo Park, California, on 29 October 1969.[22] The third site was the Culler-Fried Interactive Mathematics Center at the University of California, Santa Barbara, followed by the University of Utah Graphics Department. In an early sign of future growth, fifteen sites were connected to the young ARPANET by the end of 1971.[23][24] These early years were documented in the 1972 film Computer Networks: The Heralds of Resource Sharing.

Early international collaborations on the ARPANET were rare. European developers were concerned with developing the X.25 networks.[25] Notable exceptions were the Norwegian Seismic Array (NORSAR) in June 1973, followed in 1973 by Sweden with satellite links to the Tanum Earth Station and Peter T. Kirstein's research group in the United Kingdom, initially at the Institute of Computer ScienceUniversity of London and later at University College London."


Layers of Lies Protect The Truth:

The internet is the New Media but the Propagandists are still following the 20th Century Playbook.

Beware the shadow sheeple shepherded puppet show.


Behavior Control = Mind War Or All War is About Controlling and Changing Your Behavioir

The Endlessly Rebranded "Mind War" 


From PS YOP to MindWar: 
The Psychology of Victory 


Colonel Paul E. Valley

- with - 
Major Michael A. Aquino
PSYOP Research & Analysis Team Leader 


Headquarters, 7th Psychological Operations Group
United States Army Reserve
Presidio of San Francisco, California





- by Michael A. Aquino
Lt. Colonel, Military Intelligence, USAR-Ret
November 2003 


"In the later 1970s, Psychological Operations (PSYOP) doctrine in the U.S. Army had
yet to emerge from the disappointment and frustration of the Vietnam War. Thus it was that in 1980 Colonel Paul Vallely 1 , Commander of the 7th PSYOP Group, asked me, as his Headquarters PSYOP Research & Analysis (FA) Team Leader, to draft a paper that would encourage some futurethought within the PSYOP community. He did not want a Vietnam postmortem, but rather some fresh and innovative ideas concerning PSYOP' s evolution and application. " From PS YOP to MindWar:  The Psychology of Victory

The Vietnam War was a Television war. More media hoax than not. The entire thing from start to finish was a contrived "event". Whatever really happened over there was not televised. What  people saw on the TV News and on film screens was and is, propaganda. The high level personalities are in on it,  from those who ran the war to those who ran the National protests on TV, to the high level reporters themselves. 

I prepared an initial draft, which Colonel Vallely reviewed and annotated, which
resulted in revised drafts and critiques until he was satisfied, and the result of that was this 

paper: From PSYOP to MindWar: The Psychology of Victory. 2 

Colonel Vallely sent copies of it to various governmental offices, agencies, commands, 
and publications involved or interested in PSYOP
. He intended it not as an article for
publication, but simply as a "talking paper" to stimulate dialogue. In this it was quite
successful, judging by the extensive and lively letters he received concerning it over the
next several months. 

"That should have been the end of MindWar: a minor "staff study" which had done its modest job."  From PS YOP to MindWar:  The Psychology of Victory

This paper was always meant to be public.

"With the arising of the Internet in the 1980s, however, MindWar received an entirely unexpected - and somewhat comic - resurrection. Allusions to it gradually proliferated,  with its "sinister" title quickly winning it the most lurid, conspiracy-theory reputation. The rumor mill soon had it transformed into an Orwellian blueprint for Manchurian Candidate mind control and world domination. My own image as an occult personality added fuel to the wildfire: MindWar was now touted by the lunatic fringe as conclusive proof that the Pentagon was awash in Black Magic and Devil-worship."  From PS YOP to MindWar:

These are all ideas promoted by Mr. Aquino and the media itself. Manchurian Candidates and the rest are fantasy and nothing more.



This is childish.

"Now that this absurdly comic opera has at least somewhat subsided, I thought that it might be interesting to make a complete and accurate copy of the paper available, together with an Introduction and some historical-hindsight annotations to place it in reasonable
context. After all it did - and perhaps still does - have something worthwhile to say. " From PS YOP to MindWar:


Within the U.S. military, PSYOP has habitually been relegated to a back-seat as a
"force multiplier". The principal strategic decisions are made in consideration of traditional
political and military interests and goals. Only then is PSYOP invited to the table, to help
achieve already-agreed-upon missions more efficiently. 

MindWar reverses this sequence. Psychological means for achieving victory - 
essentially through convincing the enemy that he really wants to bring his national policies
into harmony with ours - are fashioned in support of basic political goals. The use of
"ordinary" military force (bombs, bullets, etc.) is regarded as a "last resort" in
circumstances wherein MindWar by itself fails. 


1 Later Major General, USAR. 

"2 The term "MindWar" was coined by another PSYOP officer, Colonel Richard Sutter, and myself in 1977. After seeing the
recent film Star Wars, we played with a modification of its name as a futuristic replacement for the somewhat bland Army
designation "Psychological Operations". An avowedly science-fictional treatment of MindWar, complete with a caricature of
Sutter at its helm, appears in my Star Wars story The Dark Side, available at www.xeper.org/maquino
From PS YOP to MindWar:

Do You See How Stupid this Actually is? I'm glad an adult military man had the time and inclination to go see a children's film back in 1977. I wonder if he camped out overnight for the latest sequel...

Spoilers alert:

I wonder if Michael Aquino got teary eyed when Han Solo died.

Of Course we are to think he was at a child’s film to look at little boys or something worse… be afraid of the weirdo bogeyman showman. This is the literal theater of the absurd. These new stories and supposed court cases are fake and nonsensical.

He is the one who claims he went to watch a film intended for children!


"The advantage of Mind War is that it conducts wars in nonlethal, noninjurious, and nondestructive ways. Essentially you overwhelm your enemy with argument. You seize control of all of the means by which his government and populace process information to make up their minds, and you adjust it so that those minds are made up as you desire.  Everyone is happy, no one gets hurt or killed, and nothing is destroyed. " From PS YOP to MindWar:

This Makes Sense in Light of the Fact that Wars are more Fake than Not.

The royalty that run the show are fewer in number than the imagined mass of torch wielding peasants they exist in fear of. You have all the power. You are the enemy of the state in this sense. This is what you might not understand but the wars and military are all about the war for your own mind. It is about controlling your behavior and keeping you paying your taxes like a good wage slave.

Let reason and truth reign supreme and not some nonsensical social global fallacy.

Don't Be Afraid of Them - They are afraid of You!

"Ordinary warfare, on the other hand, is characterized by its lack of reason. The antagonists just maim or kill each other's people, and steal or destroy each other's land,  until one side is hurt so badly that it gives up [or both sides are hurt so badly that they
agree to stop short of victory]. After such a war there is lasting misery, hate, and suffering. 

The only loser in MindWar are the war profiteers: companies and corporations which grow fat on orders for helicopters, tanks, guns, munitions, etc. Consequently what President Dwight Eisenhower referred to as the "military/industrial complex" can be
counted upon to resist implementation of MindWar as the governing strategic conflict doctrine." 
From PS YOP to MindWar:

There is no real reason to go to war. There is plenty of land and resources and there always has been. The Reason you think there are wars is to keep you a wage slave thinking you need the protection of the castle walls and the robed over lords. You do not. People are not warlike by nature. This is a lie.

Read the rest yourself and keep in mind that some of it is deceptive and nonsensical and not real & some of it may be of some interest.

Some of this is more science fantasy than even science fiction and certainly nowhere near science 'fact'.

Truth mixed with deception is the best way to lie.

Mind control and mind wars are just other ways of saying herding sheeple.

That's the MindWar prospectus in its most simplified form. 

While in the 1980s I had no reason to think that this paper had had any official effect
upon U.S. PSYOP doctrine within or beyond the Army, it was with some fascination that I
saw specific of its prescriptions applied during the first Gulf War, and recently even more
obviously during the 2003 invasion of Iraq. In both instances extreme PSYOP was
directed both against the object of the attack and upon U.S. domestic public perception
and opinion, in 2003 to the extent of "embedding" journalists with military units to
inevitably channel their perspectives and perceptions. 

The impact of even these minor techniques of MindWar was remarkable. A
psychological climate of inexorable U.S. victory was created and sustained in both the
United States and Iraq, which accelerated that victory on the ground. 

Somewhat less positively, the failure of MindWar in this instance to be guided by only
the most rigorous principles of truth and ethics has just as inexorably led to a substantial
post- victory evaporation of that euphoric climate. Therein lies the Achilles' heel of
MindWar. Invoking as it does the most intense emotions and commitments of its
audiences, it must deliver the goods as they are judged by the target audiences. If the
ethical values of those audiences are not respected - if MindWar is used only in the service
of ulterior motives and objectives - the resulting "disintoxication"can be socially shattering. 

In 1987 I wrote a more extensive research paper for the National Defense University
concerning the ethics of PSYOP. Particularly if MindWar is actually to be employed as a
feature of U.S. foreign policy, I cannot stress too strongly the need for its subordination to
the strictest and most enlightened principles of humanity as discussed in that paper. 
Psychological Operations: The Ethical Dimension is also available for download at

Now let's take a look at the 1980 MindWar paper itself. In addition to its original
footnotes (which generally identify quote-sources), I have added a few new ones to
highlight/critique some of its themes. These new footnotes are identified by "[MA2003]" 
at their beginning. 


Andy Kaufman performs "It's A Small World" from his midnight special. He also plays the drums. This was on the DVD.



The Secret To Mind Control:

Monkey See, Monkey Do.

Monkey Hear, Monkey Say.

How the Royals treat you. They did it in the past, and do it today. And if the Monkeys can see that from the wage slave system, but one Monkey can get free, All the other Monkeys will Do what the Royalty would Never Want to Come True...



Below, the real science behind how human behavior works and why most of this supposed military paper is nothing but childish nonsense. Humans have always been manipulated by using this very aspect of our physiology whether it was labeled as such or not.

Why do sports fans feel so emotionally invested in the game, reacting almost as if they were part of the game themselves? According to provocative discoveries in brain imaging, inside our heads we constantly "act out" and imitate whatever activity we're observing.

original article below:






Really Work.

There is some substance, but the rest of it is nonsense. The real substance presented below...

The Secret Revealed:

"A mirror neuron is a neuron that fires both when an animal acts and when the animal observes the same action performed by another.[1][2][3] Thus, the neuron "mirrors" the behavior of the other, as though the observer were itself acting. Such neurons have been directly observed in primate species.[4] Birds have been shown to have imitative resonance behaviors and neurological evidence suggests the presence of some form of mirroring system.[4][5]In humans, brain activity consistent with that of mirror neurons has been found in the premotor cortex, the supplementary motor area, the primary somatosensory cortex and the inferior parietal cortex."


Modern communication has drastically amplified the power of Monkey See Monkey Do. Back in the day you had word of mouth alone, then a cathedral or stage, books and paintings, now we have the ultimate screen to use to keep the masses in their self imposed circles. The internet is the new medium for the same old monkey see monkey do.

Watch this bit of theater below, and keep the above in mind. This is the weapon that was developed in the 20th Century, not the fake Atom Bomb.

At 1 minute, 12 seconds into the video, Lt. Col. North begins the discussion in which he identifies Abu Nidal (not Osama bin Laden) as "the principal, foremost assassin in the world today. He is a brutal murderer." John Nields (not Al Gore) is asking the questions.

Propaganda Warning

Some of Anthony C Sutton's work is valuable and some not so much. Pan for Gold and find the nuggets, if any, among the many bits of nonsense and science fiction fantasy evidenced in this video clip below...

LEARN MORE AT http://www.breakingthematrix.com/ - FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA - TWITTER: https://twitter.com/BreakTh3Matrix FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/breakingthematrix CONTRIBUTE TO THE CAUSE http://www.breakingthematrix.com/donate/ OR http://www.amazon.com/?_encoding=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=390957&linkCode=ur2&tag=tee080-20 GET UP TO 50% OFF GAMES https://www.g2a.com/r/breakingthematrix Antony Sutton has been persecuted but never prosecuted for his research and subsequent publishing of his findings.

We know the secret and it is the use of the medium of video news and the fact that we possess mirror neurons to manipulate human behavior.

If the government is run compartmentalized as advertised, then there is the very likely possibility that Anthony Sutton was not aware of all the layers of lies that are designed to protect the truth. Honest people end up repeating rumors that are nothing more than parts of the deception. These rumors lead to ‘bad intel’ getting into the ‘system’. In other words, you are left with the wrong impression and the wrong view of reality.

The methods do not involve any ridiculous sci-fi concepts like radio beamed mind control. Radio waves are the medium for audio and visual information. While there is plenty of evidence showing the brain is electrochemical in nature, there is little to no evidence to support science fiction like ideas of magical mind control weaponry. Why bother when television and traditional media works so well and has for centuries? The television NEWS started as film news reels. Check out the article index for more.

The real weapon of the 20th Century is not the fake atom bomb, but is simply the audio visual communication system. The internet is the latest incarnation of this propaganda medium.

Hollywood Special Effects & editing techniques provide the means by which the material is put together, the actors who are presented as “JOURNALISTS & TRUSTED FRIENDS” are purposefully manipulating our mirror neurons, we follow their leads by watching the expressions on their faces, the look in their eyes and their body language as well as listening to their words as we watch highly edited and manipulated artificial footage meant to lull us into a false reality that does not exist.

The USA is The Original Banana Republic

“The history of the first banana republic begins with the introduction of the banana to the US in 1870, by Lorenzo Dow Baker, captain of the schooner Telegraph. He initially bought bananas in Jamaica and sold them in Boston at a 1,000 percent profit.[3] The banana proved popular with Americans, as a nutritious tropical fruit that was less expensive than fruit grown locally in the U.S., such as apples. In 1913, for example, twenty-five cents bought a dozen bananas, but only two apples.[4] Its popularity among Americans was also spurred by the American railroad tycoons Henry Meiggs and his nephew, Minor C. Keith, who in 1873 began establishing banana plantations along the railroads they built in Costa Rica to produce food for their railroad workers. This experience led them to recognize the potential profitability of exporting bananas for sale, and they began exporting the fruit to the Southeastern United States.[5]
In the mid-1870s, to manage the new industrial-agriculture business enterprise in the countries of Central America, Keith founded the Tropical Trading and Transport Company: one-half of what would later become the United Fruit Company (Chiquita Brands International, created in 1899 by corporate merger with the Boston Fruit Company and owned by Andrew Preston). By the 1930s, the international political and economic tensions of the United Fruit Company had enabled it to gain control of 80 to 90 per cent of the U.S. banana trade.[6] Nonetheless, despite the UFC monopoly, in 1924, the Vaccaro Brothers established the Standard Fruit Company (Dole Food Company) to export Honduran bananas to the port of New Orleans in the Gulf of Mexico coast of the U.S. The fruit exporters were able to keep U.S. prices so low because the banana companies, through their manipulation of the producing countries' national land use laws, were able to cheaply buy large tracts of prime agricultural land for banana plantations in the countries of the Caribbean Basin, the Central American isthmus, and the tropical South American countries—and, having rendered the native peoples landless through a policy of legalistic dispossession, were therefore able to employ them as low-wage workers.[5]
Moreover, by the late 19th century, three American multinational corporations—the United Fruit Company, the Standard Fruit Company, and the Cuyamel Fruit Company—dominated the cultivation, harvesting, and exportation of bananas, and controlled the road, rail, and port infrastructure of Honduras. In the northern coastal areas near the Caribbean Sea, the Honduran government ceded to the banana companies 500 hectares (1,235.52 acres) for each kilometre of railroad laid, even though there was still no passenger or freight railroad to Tegucigalpa, the national capital city. Among the Honduran people, the United Fruit Company was known as El Pulpo ("The Octopus"), because its influence had come to pervade their society, controlled their country's transport infrastructure, and sometimes violently manipulated national politics.”

Fake Footage Used For Propaganda Purposes Below:

Please look at this back and white cartoon footage below. It is supposed to be footage of some kind of military attack airplane and yet the magic camera and magic gun scope can somehow float above the Earth as if they were just pasted onto the screen of a video game. Yes this is fake. Your Tax Dollars for Defense Go To Developing Hollywood Film Special Effects and Computer Technology.

Notice how the gun scope camera can magically pan across the landscape as if it was unmoving. This is supposed to be in an airplane. Since when can an airplane hover and float in one place? Oh yea it’s super top secret Tesla or alien tech..sure…it’s fake!  The most likely answers this is all a long standing hoax and that's the explanation that best fits all the overwhelming evidence.

This educational video is structured to show the United States AC-130 strike operations in a secret location, engaging targets also of an unknown group. The AC-130 is manufactured by Lockheed Martin, and Boeing is responsible for the conversion into a gunship technology, and its heavily armed, being a long-endurance ground-support variant of the C-130 Hercules transport aircraft.


racket (n.1) 
"loud noise," 1560s, perhaps imitative. Klein compares Gaelic racaid "noise." Meaning "dishonest activity" (1785) is perhaps from racquet, via notion of "game," reinforced by rack-rent "extortionate rent" (1590s), from rack (n.1). But it might as well be an extended sense of "loud noise" by way of "noise or disturbance made to distract a pick-pocket's victim."
racket (n.2) Look up racket at Dictionary.com
"handled paddle or netted bat used in tennis, etc.;" see racquet.

rack (n.1) Look up rack at Dictionary.com
"frame with bars," c. 1300, possibly from Middle Dutch rec "framework," literally "something stretched out, related to recken (modern rekken) "stretch out," cognate with Old English reccan "to stretch out," from Proto-Germanic *rak- (cognates: Old Saxon rekkian, Old Frisian reza, Old Norse rekja, Old High German recchen, German recken, Gothic uf-rakjan "to stretch out"), from PIE *rog-, from root *reg- "to move in a straight line" (see regal). 

Meaning "instrument of torture" first recorded early 15c., perhaps from German rackbank, originally an implement for stretching leather, etc. Mechanical meaning "toothed bar" is from 1797 (see pinion). Meaning "set of antlers" is first attested 1945, American English; hence slang sense of "a woman's breasts" (especially if large), by 1991. Meaning "framework for displaying clothes" is from 1948; hence off the rack (1951) of clothing, as opposed to tailored.
rack (n.2) Look up rack at Dictionary.com
type of gait of a horse, 1580s, from rack (v.) "move with a fast, lively gait" 1520s in this sense (implied in racking), of unknown origin; perhaps from French racquassure "racking of a horse in his pace," itself of unknown origin. Or perhaps a variant of rock (v.1).
rack (n.3) Look up rack at Dictionary.com
"clouds driven before the wind," c. 1300, also "rush of wind, collision, crash," originally a northern word, possibly from Old English racu "cloud" (or an unrecorded Scandinavian cognate of it), reinforced by Old Norse rek "wreckage, jetsam," or by influence of Old English wræc "something driven;" from Proto-Germanic *wrakaz, from PIE root *wreg- "to push, shove, drive" (see urge (v.)). Often confused with wrack (n.), especially in phrase rack and ruin (1590s). The distinction is that rack is "driven clouds;" wrack is "seaweed cast up on shore."
rack (v.) Look up rack at Dictionary.com
"to stretch out for drying," also "to torture on the rack," early 15c., from rack (n.1). Of other pains from 1580s. Figurative sense of "to torment" is from c. 1600. Meaning "raise above a fair level" (of rent, etc.) is from 1550s. Meaning "fit with racks" is from 1580s. Teenager slang meaning "to sleep" is from 1960s (rack (n.) was Navy slang for "bed" in 1940s). Related: Racked; racking. Rack up "register, accumulate, achieve" is first attested 1943 (in "Billboard"), probably from method of keeping score in pool halls.
rack (n.4) Look up rack at Dictionary.com
"cut of animal meat and bones," 1560s, of unknown origin; perhaps from some resemblance to rack (n.1). Compare rack-bone "vertebrae" (1610s).

I replaced the music audio with stereo elements from the original stereo recording sessions. it's a small world at the New York World's Fair 1964. Video footage from "Disneyland Goes To The World's Fair" on the Wonderful World of Color TV program.

war (n.) 

late Old English wyrrewerre "large-scale military conflict," from Old North French werre "war" (Old French guerre "difficulty, dispute; hostility; fight, combat, war;" Modern French guerre), from Frankish *werra, from Proto-Germanic *werz-a- (cognates: Old Saxon werran, Old High German werran, German verwirren "to confuse, perplex"), from PIE *wers- (1) "to confuse, mix up". Cognates suggest the original sense was "to bring into confusion." 

Spanish, Portuguese, and Italian guerra also are from Germanic; Romanic peoples turned to Germanic for a "war" word possibly to avoid Latin bellum because its form tended to merge with bello- "beautiful." There was no common Germanic word for "war" at the dawn of historical times. Old English had many poetic words for "war" (wigguðheaðohild, all common in personal names), but the usual one to translate Latin bellum was gewin "struggle, strife" (related to win (v.)). 

First record of war time is late 14c. Warpath (1775) is originally in reference to North American Indians, as are war-whoop (1761), war-paint (1826), and war-dance (1757). War crime first attested 1906 (in Oppenheim's "International Law"). War chest is attested from 1901; now usually figurative. War games translates German Kriegspiel (see kriegspiel).

war (v.) 

"to make war on," mid-12c.; see war (n.). Related: Warredwarring.

weir (n.) 

Old English wer "dam, fence, enclosure," especially one for catching fish (related to werian "dam up"), from Proto-Germanic *wer-jon-(cognates: Old Norse ver, Old Frisian and Middle Dutch were, Dutch weer, Old High German wari, German Wehr "defense, protection," Gothic warjan "to defend, protect"), from PIE *wer- (5) "to cover, shut" (cognates: Sanskrit vatah "enclosure," vrnoti "covers, wraps, shuts;" Lithuanian užveriu "to shut, to close;" Old Persian *pari-varaka "protective;" Latin (op)erire "to cover," (ap)erire "open, uncover" (with ap- "off, away"); Old Church Slavonic vora "sealed, closed," vreti "shut;" Old Irish feronn "field," properly "enclosed land").

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weird (adj.) 

c. 1400, "having power to control fate, from wierd (n.), from Old English wyrd "fate, chance, fortune; destiny; the Fates," literally "that which comes," from Proto-Germanic *wurthiz (cognates: Old Saxon wurd, Old High German wurt "fate," Old Norse urðr "fate, one of the three Norns"), from PIE *wert- "to turn, to wind," (cognates: German werden, Old English weorðan "to become"), from root *wer-(3) "to turn, bend" (see versus). For sense development from "turning" to "becoming," compare phrase turn into "become." 

The sense "uncanny, supernatural" developed from Middle English use of weird sisters for the three fates or Norns (in Germanic mythology), the goddesses who controlled human destiny. They were portrayed as odd or frightening in appearance, as in "Macbeth" (and especially in 18th and 19th century productions of it), which led to the adjectival meaning "odd-looking, uncanny" (1815); "odd, strange, disturbingly different" (1820). Related: Weirdlyweirdness.

weirdo (n.) 

"strange person," 1955, from weird. Compare earlier Scottish weirdie "young man with long hair and a beard" (1894).

operculum (n.) 

1713, from Latin operculum "cover, lid," from operire "to cover, close" (see weir), with instrumental suffix *-tlom. Related: Opercular.

warrant (n.) 

c. 1200, "protector, defender," from Old North French warant "defender; surety, pledge; justifying evidence" (Old French garant), from Frankish *warand, from Proto-Germanic *war- "to warn, guard, protect" (cognates: Old High German werento "guarantor," noun use of present participle of weren "to authorize, warrant;" German gewähren "to grant"), from PIE root *wer- (5) "to cover" (see weir). 

Sense evolved via notion of "permission from a superior which protects one from blame or responsibility" (early 14c.) to "document conveying authority" (1510s). A warrant officer in the military is one who holds office by warrant (as from a government department), rather than by commission (from a head of state).

Wehrmacht (n.) 

"the armed forces of Germany," 1935, from German Wehrmacht (name of the armed forces 1921-1945), from Wehr "defense" (see weir) + Macht "might" (see might (n.)).

warn (v.) 

Old English warnian "to give notice of impending danger," also intransitive, "to take heed," from Proto-Germanic *warnon (cognates: Old Norse varna "to admonish," Old High German warnon "to take heed," German warnen "to warn"), from PIE *wer- (5) "to cover" (see weir). Related: Warnedwarning.

cover (v.) 

mid-12c., from Old French covrir (12c., Modern French couvrir) "to cover, protect, conceal, dissemble," from Late Latin coperire, from Latin cooperire "to cover over, overwhelm, bury," from com-, intensive prefix (see com-), + operire "to close, cover" (see weir). Related: Coveredcovering. Military sense is from 1680s; newspaper sense first recorded 1893; use in football dates from 1907. Betting sense is 1857. Of horses, as a euphemism for "copulate" it dates from 1530s. Covered wagon attested from 1745.

common (n.) 

late 15c., "land held in common," from common (adj.). Commons "the third estate of the English people as represented in Parliament," is from late 14c. Latin communis also served as a noun meaning "common property, state, commonwealth."

community (n.) 

late 14c., from Old French comunité "community, commonness, everybody" (Modern French communauté), from Latin communitatem (nominative communitas) "community, society, fellowship, friendly intercourse; courtesy, condescension, affability," from communis "common, public, general, shared by all or many," (see common (adj.)). Latin communitatem "was merely a noun of quality ... meaning 'fellowship, community of relations or feelings,' but in med.L. it was, like universitas, used concretely in the sense of 'a body of fellows or fellow-townsmen' " [OED]. 

An Old English word for "community" was gemænscipe "community, fellowship, union, common ownership," from mæne "common, public, general," probably composed from the same PIE roots as communisCommunity service as a criminal sentence is recorded from 1972, American English. Community college is recorded from 1959.

communitarian (n.) 

1841, "member of a commune," from community + ending from utilitarian, etc. The adjective is attested from 1909.

common (adj.) 

c. 1300, "belonging to all, general," from Old French comun "common, general, free, open, public" (9c., Modern French commun), from Latin communis"in common, public, shared by all or many; general, not specific; familiar, not pretentious," from PIE *ko-moin-i- "held in common," compound adjective formed from *ko- "together" + *moi-n-, suffixed form of root *mei- (1) "change, exchange" (see mutable), hence literally "shared by all." 

Second element of the compound also is the source of Latin munia "duties, public duties, functions," those related to munia "office." Perhaps reinforced in Old French by the Germanic form of PIE *ko-moin-i- (compare Old English gemæne "common, public, general, universal;" see mean (adj.)), which came to French via Frankish. 

Used disparagingly of women and criminals since c. 1300. Common pleas is 13c., from Anglo-French communs plets, hearing civil actions by one subject against another as opposed to pleas of the crown. Common prayer is contrasted with private prayer. Common stock is attested from 1888.

empire (n.) 

early 14c., from Old French empire "rule, authority, kingdom, imperial rule" (11c.), from Latin imperium "a rule, a command; authority, control, power; supreme power, sole dominion; military authority; a dominion, realm," from imperare "to command," from assimilated form of in- "in" (see in- (2)) + parare "to order, prepare" (see pare).

[P]roperly an empire is an aggregate of conquered, colonized, or confederated states, each with its own government subordinate or tributary to that of the empire as a whole. [Century Dictionary]

Not etymologically restricted to "territory ruled by an emperor," but used that way. The Empire, meaning "the British Empire," first recorded 1772 (it officially devolved into "The Commonwealth" in 1931); before that it meant the Holy Roman Empire (1670s). Empire as the name of a style (especially in reference to a style of dresses with high waistlines) is by 1869, in reference to the affected classicism prevailing in France during the reign of Napoleon I (1804-15). Second Empire is in reference to the rule of Napoleon III of France (1852-70). New York has been called the Empire State since 1834.

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imperium (n.) 

"authority to command the national military forces," in extended use "an empire," 1650s, from Latin imperium "command, supreme authority, power" (see empire). Hence Latin phrase imperium in imperio "a state within a state."

imperial (adj.) 

late 14c., "having a commanding quality," from Old French imperialemperial "imperial; princely, splendid; strong, powerful" (12c.), from Latin imperialis "of the empire or emperor," from imperium "empire" (see empire). Meaning "pertaining to an empire" (especially Rome's) is from late 14c.; by 1774 of Britain's. Meaning "of imposing size or excellence" is from 1731. Imperial presidency in a U.S. context traces to Arthur Schlesinger Jr.'s book on the Nixon administration (1974). Related: Imperially. The noun is from 1520s as "member of the emperor's party;" 1670s as the name of gold coins issued by various imperial authorities.

imperious (adj.) 

1540s, "of a dominating character," from Latin imperiosus "commanding, mighty, powerful," from imperium "empire, command" (see empire). Formerly also emperious. Meaning "imperial" is from 1580s. Related: Imperiouslyimperiousness.

Imperious applies to the spirit or manner of the person ruling or giving a command, and of rule in general; imperative, to the nature of a command. An imperious person is determined to have his will obeyed; imperious rule is characterized by the haughty, overbearing, and determined nature of the ruler. [Century Dictionary]

outpost (n.) 

1757, "military position detached from the main body of troops," from out + post (n.2). Originally in George Washington's letters. Commercial sense of "trading settlement near a frontier" is from 1802. Phrase outpost of Empire (by 1895) in later use often echoes Kipling.

emperor (n.) 

early 13c., from Old French empereor "emperor, leader, ruler" (11c.; accusative; nominative emperere; Modern French empereur), from Latin imperiatorem (nominative imperiator) "commander, emperor," from past participle stem of imperare "to command" (see empire). 

Originally a title conferred by vote of the Roman army on a successful general, later by the Senate on Julius and Augustus Caesar and adopted by their successors except Tiberius and Claudius. In the Middle Ages, applied to rulers of China, Japan, etc.; non-historical European application in English had been only to the Holy Roman Emperors (who in German documents are called kaiser), from late 13c., until in 1804 Napoleon took the title "Emperor of the French."

health-care (n.) 

also healthcare, 1917, originally in reference to the German Empire, from health + care (n.).


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Methods of Social Control: Your Own Mind Divided & Conquered- The Art of the Split Peronae


This website is dedicated to examining the truth about our culture.
We are wage slaves and have been subject to centuries of propaganda techniques. All social organizations end up reinforcing these cultural paradigms that literally act like prisons, trapping the minds of generations of human beings into a life of servitude to a system of commerce that is based on contracts and treaties. It is based on scripts. The entire system is based on people following orders.

The system is predicated on the concept of a founding statement or mission. Like the Proverbial Ten Commandments engraved in stone. These “laws” or rules of conduct must be followed. Anything else is fair game.

Customs and costumes are artfully crafted by the working class lower down the pyramid structure, who were paid by royal patrons.  The art they commissioned served the same purpose as all of this media does today, propaganda or more specifically, behavior control. The point of it all is to keep you as a  wage slave tied to this absurd “Satanic” System. We have to think we need to keep paying our taxes after all.

The modern mythology of sex slaves and MK Ultra mind control is more nonsense than not. It is a smoke screen. Layers of childish lies that protect the truth, the “Wizard of OZ Defense”. We must believe the elite are insane and evil. We must believe they have magical powers and can and will project that power anywhere round the globe. We must believe they are maniacs with the power to drop bombs on us from the heavens. In fact the truth is this:
We are dealing with small mice who have projected their shadows on a wall.

The media is literally a shadow play. All of it. Including the news and the internet. All of this noise is designed to keep you distracted. Sex is used to literally stimulate portions of your neurology in order to keep your very mind divided and conquered. This is but one example.

We, the mass public, have all the power. The Royalty who run the show keep the public divided into easily managed portions or communities. You are kept dumbed down on purpose and have been for centuries. The Royal Society, for example, was and is a propaganda outfit. We are supposed to root for our team over our neighbors. We are supposed to think our faith is the right one and the other person’s wrong. When we start seeing how things work, a layer of lies is designed to try to  make us  think that Jewish people "run the show" despite the fact that the actual paper work of treaties and constitutions, that all are bound to follow, lead to the British Royal House. This is a sad bit of nonsense that is meant to divide us from each other. Prejudice is a childish and immature method of division and shows how intellectually challenged the minions of the royalty actually are.

All religions are artificial constructs by definition. God is in nature not in a book or a temple or church. By this I mean specifically that any spirituality and hope you find in your religion is good. But that is not the purpose of the religion in the first place. Any experience you have is real and you can find spirituality in anything. But religion has been traditionally used and is still used to divide us from each other by creating cultural divisions and then playing up the public prejudice of those divisions.

And we are even supposed to be divided within our own minds. This is MK Ultra Mind Control. This is the real deal. It is to get you to divide and conquer yourself. You are not supposed to spend hours reading up on one subject. You are not supposed to then spend more time learning about other subjects. The internet makes this ridiculously easy. We have the most powerful educational tool at our fingertips. It is the most powerful library ever imagined.

You are supposed to have a 3 second attention span. If you start to wake up this lack of attention span puts you back to sleep.

Traditional appeals to authority no longer apply. Read through the articles here and come to your own conclusions.

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Shilling For The Controlled Opposition: Sock Puppet Theater


"A sockpuppet is an online identity used for purposes of deception. The term, a reference to the manipulation of a simple hand puppet made from a sock, originally referred to a false identity assumed by a member of an Internet community who spoke to, or about, themselves while pretending to be another person.[1] The term now includes other misleading uses of online identities, such as those created to praise, defend or support a person or organization,[2] to manipulate public opinion,[3] or to circumvent a suspension or ban from a website. A significant difference between the use of a pseudonym[4] and the creation of a sockpuppet is that the sockpuppet poses as an independent third-party unaffiliated with the puppeteer. Many online communities attempt to block sockpuppets."

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Problems With The Fixed Stars: Do Exoplanets really exist?

Compare the distance of the planets from the Sun to the distance between the “Fixed Stars”. Compare the proportions and please take notice that the constellations never change shape as the Earth is supposed to go from one side of the solar system to the other This is not what we’d expect in a three dimensional “big Bang “ explosive type Universe. Notice how far away the planets are in terms of sun diameters and compare to where they would be in the heavens if the stars were Suns with planets like ours. The planets would be effected by the gravity of the other Suns. They are all visually too close together and the stars are not visually far enough apart to allow for those stars to be Suns with planets, according to the model of the heliocentric  Solar System and the imagined distance to the planets. Modern science is a patchwork of illogic. We have to believe the mainstream explanation that is based on the house of cards in the first place. This is an example of circular reasoning. The mainstream model with its distances based on all prior assumptions is nonsense and nothing more. We have to check our eyes and mind at the door to accept the authority of the mainstream propaganda system.

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The Military Industrial Entertainment Complex™ Revealed, The Art & Craftiness Of Fake Wars: FIGHTER JETS 'R' FAKE - TOP GUN FUN

The Military Industrial Entertainment Complex™ Revealed, The Art & Craftiness Of Fake Wars: FIGHTER JETS 'R' FAKE - TOP GUN FUN

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The Military Industrial Entertainment Complex™ Revealed, The Art & Craftiness of Fake Wars: Faking Bombs & B-17 Bombers - Or Yes Kilroy, Dresden Was A Hoax Like Most of WW2

Don’t Panic! Wall Street financed mostly Fake Wars, or at least that’s all we can prove based on their Hollywood “documentary” “news” or rather propaganda footage. Scroll Down to the Bottom of The Article for More About How World War Two was faked.

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The Overlooked Theater Chapter Three: ISIS stars in The Theater of The Absurd! Cross-Dressing Islamic Ninja Terrorists & Selling Orange Jump Suits- ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK indeed

The NEWs Media promotes absurd stories. ISIS is no exception.


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GAEA iS! is just a metaphor for the Natural World & The Obvious Truths We tend to Overlook.

The Purpose of This Website Explained.

Read Here for How major Cities have always been more Federaly Controlled than you might think.

Learn That Hollywood Stars are Meant To Modify The Behavior of The Mass Public

A Brief Look At The The Solar System: Planetary Distances From The Sun

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"The lesson here, surely, is not that the camera can, and often does, lie, but that it has lied ever since it was invented. “Reconstruction” of battle scenes was born with battlefield photography."

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Zero-G Parabolic Flight With The illusion '76

Faking a Parabolic Flight Explained

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A Lesson From History: Simon The Controller

The tradition behind the use of 'Simon' as the controller of the game may trace back to the year 1264, when at the Battle of LewesSimon de Montfort captured King Henry III and his son, the future King Edward I. For the next year, any order Henry III gave could have been countermanded by de Montfort, until his defeat at the Battle of Evesham. It is also possible that the name has no such meaning, and Simon derives simply from the alliterative effect.

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Origins of Inertia: The Theory of Impetus

"This theory of heavenly motion is a radical break with the traditional view"

"This theory of heavenly motion is a radical break with the traditional view.  Traditionally, back to Aristotle, celestial and terrestrial phenomena were made of different stuff and so obeyed related but separate laws of physics;  the impetus theory enabled philosophers to include celestial motion into the same theory used to describe terrestrial motion.

Yet, though impetus theory appears sensible in many ways, it is in contradiction so many things that are observed.  Common sense says Aristotle might still be right.

So, even Buridan retains the traditional view of solid celestial spheres (not planets) being the objects in motion.

And Oresme ultimately believed that angles moved the celestial spheres. "


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Einstein's General Relativity is an Ether Theory

North is South and South is North

We pull a compass out of our pocket and it points to the North Pole. We explain to Albert that we know we are on the Earth as by his own admission and parameters of the thought experiment, we have to be on the Earth as genies and Zero Gravity environments, far removed from all other bodies, is something that seems to be quite impossible.

Further, we show Einstein our compass and how it points North and he nods, as he tells us we should expect no magnetic field in his imagined environment, Albert even goes on to explain to us that tidal forces would also allow us to discern the difference between the two states. He also explains that the Foucault Pendulum or Gyroscope type experiments would show the difference as well. He then says that we can just ignore all of that as not being important.

We say that sure there is a limited way gravity is like acceleration, but that he is confusing the parrots with all birds.

Looking at the laser level we point out that light is now reliant on the motion of the emitter and light is now acting like a physical body, like the ballistic or emission theory of light.

If the light source was outside our chest, then somehow our motion would be effecting the beam's propagation.

Einstein tells us it's the Ether.


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