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The triumph of political untruth has brought into being a vast system of political intimidation. Remember then that the intimidator does not really care what you believe or not, but impresses you with the fact that you have no choice. That is the essence of the exercise of brute power. With false flag events the circumstantial evidence sometimes appears quite transparently false and, indeed could be interpreted as having been purposeful.Read more . . .
The remains of more than 15,000 babies were incinerated as ‘clinical waste’ by hospitals in Britain with some used in ‘waste to energy’ plantsRead more . . .
Secret units within the ‘Five Eyes” global spying network engage in covert online operations that aim to invade, deceive, and control online communities and individuals through the spread of false information and use of ingenious social-science tactics. Such teams of highly trained professionals have several main objectives, such as “to inject all sorts of false material onto the internet” and “to use social sciences and other techniques to manipulate online discourse and activism to generate outcomes it considers desirable,” The Intercept’s Glenn Greenwald reported based on intelligence documents leaked by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden.Read more . . .
One of the arguments advanced by those who reject the possibility that US leaders had masterminded the events of 9/11, is that such conduct is simply unthinkable. When pressed why this would be unthinkable, the usual answer is that leaders of a democratic country don’t do “such things”, let alone Americans to other Americans. Such thought is deemed outrageous. Let us examine such outright rejection in some detail.Read more . . .
Remote-control Warriors Suffer War Stress Remote-control Warriors Based In The US Suffer From Psychological Stresses, Too MARCH AIR RESERVE BASE, Calif., Aug. 7, 2008 http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2008/08/07/ap/national/main4328488.shtml (AP) The Air National Guardsmen who operate Predator drones over Iraq via remote control, launching … Read more . . .
Totalitarianism and Obedience by Sarah Meyer (This article will now have 'Updates' which relate to totalitariansm in USA/UK. Most recent update: 30.04.07) My thoughts to publish this writing by Vasily Grossman followed the story, UPDATE: “Wash? Post joins “NYTimes? in … Read more . . .
The Psychology of Denial The reasons for the intense denial about the 9/11/01 attack inside the Left establishment appear to go much deeper than the fact that many of its institutions are funded by endowments like those of the Ford … Read more . . .
Conspiracy Theories and Conspiracy Theorists? … Read more . . .
Quiet Rage is the most authentic source available for outsiders to glimpse the pathological reactions caused by exposure of prisoners, guards and administrators to a prison environment.
The Spiral of Silence http://oregonstate.edu/instruct/theory/spiral.html Summary: The Spiral of Silence is a model of why people are unwilling to publicly express their opinions when they believe they are in the minority. The model is based on three premises: people have … Read more . . .
Psychopaths, Secret Societies and the New World Order By Jerry Russell and Richard Stanley. Revision level: 1.0, 3/25/2003 Psychopaths and the science of personality: For many years, psychologists have studied the frightening reality of psychopathic or … Read more . . .
What Other People Say May Change What You See By SANDRA BLAKESLEE The New York Times June 28, 2005 A new study uses advanced brain-scanning technology to cast light on a topic that psychologists have puzzled over for more than half a … Read more . . .