posted on Jun, 12 2019 @ 01:03 AM
a reply to: roadgravel
That's no fun for the sheep.
To have to acknowledge that their "Iranian Revolution", that event that climaxed in that 'infamous' "Hostage Crisis", that was their version of what
we call Independence Day / the Forth of July. Except in that tale we were in the role of an even more tyrannical England, than was the case during
"ours". Which is no fun for subscribers of Government / MSM propaganda, as then they have to realize that the embassy was a subversion factory of
their national sovereignty. Which is a real mind job, as the sorts in our society that most subscribe to the "Iranian THREAT" narrative tend to be
"conservative" (Republican), whom also tend to romanticize the Revolutionary War far more than their main counterpart, wherein there by definition the
"Founding Fathers" were in fact "terrorists".
But then the Government / MSM says "Turban Men Bad" and they start chirping, and self-deceiving, hyper-hypocriticizing, and so on.
a reply to: face23785
The modern empire, in the hyper-connected, mass media 'global village' of a world, operates by other means than outright pure domination as say in
the proper colonialist period. Communications wrecked that little fairy tale existence they had. In the modern world of propaganda, you have to be
slick. This is a world of Spooks, Vassal States, Economic WARFARE bent on creating and maintaining said Vassal States, and ideally Proxy Wars, over
sending in your own troops. Its an age where trying to rule the world via outright Domination ensures "quagmires" of resistance, the sorts that 'one'
alone can stretch an empire beyond its means and towards its own downfall (which is inevitable outcome for every empire). The modern approach goes
That second image there barely even shows all the 'data points', as does the first, but it gives a pretty good idea.
edit on 12-6-2019 by IgnoranceIsntBlisss because: (no reason given)