posted on Dec, 1 2004 @ 02:02 PM
Probably it was an experiment in the dialectic, since troops tested without duress started thinking clearly and saw through the "game veil,"
declaring things such as "universal brotherhood." That was the opposite of what the military was doing, I mean some general doesn't want some peace
negotiator who is suddenly smarter than he is, does he? Generals don't take kindly to contact highs from all that greek philosophical stratus,
especially from farm boys who only read a little Plato and remembered it too well. Nevertheless the CIA engineered the whole "hippie
movement," as a dialectic, thinking that a weak message of peace was a way to synthesize distractions in the public mind during more war and
conflict. A few tortured psychotics, by design, was all they needed to keep in reserve a "way out." I mean they would have gone beserk
without the "soma," if you will, seeing as to the set and setting they created to test some people in panic.
They did more of a disconnect from the transference legend of JFK, with the Tavistock Institute creating the Beatles, and other manufactured
"bands." Clearly the transference mechanism shifted from Camelot to the functionally useless though delightful "music, and celebrity." You cannot
have a cogent political man can you, raising the bar. People they want to "control," need the confusion of music, its non functional irrelevance to
actual conditions. Yeah music is great, but not when it unplugs you from reality. Besides Lyndon Johnson was about as exciting as Elmer Fudd without
But again the solutions for world peace are almost too easy, once you "get it." But financial interests prefer the existing oligarchy, wishing only
to use things for the typical absurd "pyramid and ponzi scheme," more weapons war and death to continue their illusion of complete control. It never
ever will come to pass, the human spirit itself is too great for that.
One CIA agent according to John Marks, said the only uncensored version of the story, namely that it was like "being a locomotive." Yeah it turns on
everything from that story. Also most poignantly troops cogently talking about peace and brotherhood was the last thing the war department needed. So
they brainwashed Manson and demonized things hysterically in the media, getting rid of their "movement," because it was getting on elite nerves who
just love tyranny. It is probably in that "Yellow Submarine," cartoon, the "blue meanies," and all that. Yes the powers that be actually tell you
the truth, it is in your face, but you prefer like Hogan's heroes apple struddel sargeant to say "I know no-thing, Colonel Hogan, I see
Of course none of this is clear, but words do nothing for the ineffable