posted on Dec, 27 2007 @ 08:10 AM
As I begin branch away from those in my field, I feel that I must release a bit of information from time to time about the inner workings of society.
I'm not sure if I do this because I feel guilty, compassionate, embarassed, or anything else. When a man in my position is nearing ... a crossroads,
he has to look back at what he has done in his life. My crossroads are that I'm being called back for one last operation the middle of next year. I
except that I myself will be tagged out from the game after I am finished with it.
I ask myself if I should share some of what I know, and I often consider how much I should share. Now, I'm not a fool, and I know that most of it
will simply not be believed. This is fine, and to be expected. On a side note, it is also entertaining to me to hear the accusations and demands for
proof, and I always get a kick out of it. If I may make an example, it is similar to a situation where you are accused of a crime that you never did,
yet the police continually interrogate you and demand a confession. Or, perhaps, having someone believe - without a doubt - that you ate the last
slive of pizza in the fridge when you hadn't.
Standard procedure requires a much larger outlet than a textbox on an internet message board, so the effects displayed by many is entirely in accord
with the methods we use to induce belief in the falsehoods that are put into any societal mind. The bigger the outlet, the bigger the belief. This is
a universal rule - the more minds that you introduce the information into, the more will accept it, and the more will share it. This effect becomes
self-propagating, and most believers will always try to convert the non-believers. This event is the most critical part of the operation, for
without it, the operation will fail. It is what we normally refer to as, "running the bases".
Okay, so the below can not be proven, but it really won't matter if you understand what I am telling you. Proof does not exist, ever. This is my
speculation, as someone who has worked with psychological operations and propagandas for 26 years. I don't look to get into an argument with anyone,
but I will attempt to answer questions.
Let me get to the point of the thread:
At a time when people are waking up to the possibility of an NWO, shadow governments, and ruling of a "global elite", the situation is now
completely in the favor of the elite, if it is true that they exist.
This is why: Humans are gullible.
This "Truth" movement has been in the spotlight for quite a while now. I'm not just talking about 9/11, but everything else. None of it has
proven anything substantial. At least, nothing substantial enough to have something done. If it had proven anything, those in power would be
ousted, the system would be fixed, the war would end, everyone would be cheering as the evil corruptors of humanity were sentenced to life, ect..
No, it has done none of that - it has only change the worldview/belief system of many. A large portion of people now believe that this could be
happening right now, and we have to realize that with that belief comes the need for verication through observation and search.
Now, if you hold a belief, and things that you observe have the possibility of aligning with that belief, many times you will accept it as true - or
at least consider it a possibility; it is how our minds work. You see a face on mars, so to speak.
This is obvious to anyone, and it is obvious to the elite - if they exist. There is so much apparent wickedness happening economically and politically
right now, and it all suggests that the war is for economic gain, that the federal reserve is a conspiratal organization, that real voting doesn't
exist, that "good ol' USA" might turn into a fascism! *gasp*. There is much more, but I don't have to mention it. This type of thing usually
occurs when blatently obvious measures have to be taken to arrive at a certain goal. A select few individuals can see behind the propaganda stream and
there is no way to stop this from putting out information about it.
Everyone should be aware, and at least somewhat knowledgeable with the "big" counter-propaganda techniques that are used against them: wacko,
terrorist, fascist, conspiracy nut, etc.. these are merely words to align them with a societal idea of what a word means, and it works very well. A
poster on this board mentioned that he noticed that when his college professor used the term "socialism", the poster envisioned "red banners,
stomping boots," and perhaps someone making a speech. This is what is termed a "big idea" in our field. Most of the "big ideas" from any country
come from public schooling. Each government has different types of agendas, and so each - I shall not even utter the term that is used for government
schooling - political body teaches different big ideas in their compulsary education. Israel, being in the situation that it is, teaches the big idea
of holocaust starting with pre-school and kindergarten students. China introduces the government system of communism pretty early, and in the current
times, America concentrates on the big idea of authority. These are just a few examples. If you would like to look further, it may be very eye opening
Anyway, so this form of name calling is perfect for the propagandist because it feeds on our human tendency for labeling.
Well, the big game can only go on for so long until all the bases are full. There is nowhere else to go, and the big idea "pitcher" has to be
replaced. Don't ask me why baseball terms are used - they were used long before I entered into the occupation!
Ron Paul: He is squeaky clean. You could eat off of his reputation. He is the constitution and the symbol of patriotism manifested as a walking,
talking human being. It isn't hard to imagine that a wizard cast a spell on the constitution to bring it to life - and it turned into Ron Paul!
Many people see him as a savior! He is going to turn this ship around and save the country - save the world!
This guy is THE IDEAL. When do the people ever get the ideal?
He is not there ideal for people. No, on the contrary, he is THE IDEAL for the global elite - if they exist - to fade into the shadows for the
next 50 or so years.
How so, you ask?