The easiest way to control masses of people is through fear. People acting from a place of fear rarely, if ever, make intelligent choices. That's
why negative campaigns work -it's a matter of who can make the other candidate more feared, not what any candidate will do for you.
So after 10 years since the 9/11 attacks, ask yourself what has changed?
Here's the chronology to help you see the process more clearly:
1. 9/11 attacks, Bin Laden is blamed and made target of US and world unified anger and rage.
2. 9/11 is used to justify civil rights being removed by Patriot Act and by Executive Orders.
3. Two wars are started, country goes into huge deficit. Later Egypt and Libya are targeted.
4. Bush happily takes brunt of public ridicule to set up next phase.
5. Major investment banks in the red hundreds of billions, and on brink of collapse.
6. Obama comes in to be the Savior, gives trillions to investment banks under cloak of "hope" and "change."
7. Country is distracted from wars and economy by birth certificate sideshows.
8. Obama announces OBL has been killed, uses trance inducing NLP in speech to unify country around the meme of justice being served. Country
celebrates U.S. military invasion of sovereign nation to murder OBL and others.
9. Rather than discuss legality of civilian murders by U.S. military, conspiracy memes are planted, like the body being buried at sea.
10. TPTB remain in control, with more power than before, both implicit and by statute, and the people they control feel good about it.
The end result is that BOTH the actions of Bush and Obama have been justified
. The investment bankers got all the money. We lost civil
rights. Tens of thousands died, almost all of whom had no personal stake in the battle.
That's the definition of a royal mind F.
Why can TPTB get away with this over an over?
The only way to break this pattern is to have awareness of it. Until you become aware you are being played, no matter liberal or conservative,
republican or democrat, TPTB will keep seizing more and more power with a tighter and tighter grip.
Republicans and Democrats are siblings from the same parents.
TPTB don't get their power just from money or being smart, or even being organized.
Their power comes from awareness.
It's an awareness of the predictability of human behavior of those less aware then they are
. It is a simple game to create division when it
serves them, and then to unify the country when it serves their purposes.
By splitting the country almost equally into two sides, TPTB only need to control a tiny portion of people in the middle -the people who believe they
are the most rational. It is easy to influence people who are sitting on the fence. All TPTB need to do is make the side they want to lose look
stupid. The biggest fear of the independents is being on the wrong side. That's why they don't commit to either side. That's why all campaigns
invariably come down to trying to disgrace the other side, not out-think the other side. That's why the birth certificate issue could even take
The solution is to just look at the patterns and be aware of your own emotional responses.
The second you feel an emotional response you know
you're being played and are no longer in control. The country isn't being controlled by laws. That's the least of our worries.
TPTB are controlling the country's emotions through very well-planned an strategic psychological "attacks."
And here's the proof. As you read this be aware of your own emotional response and perceptions. You will notice that in a trance-like state you
seemingly don't have control of your emotions. TPTB understand this, and use it everyday.
TPTB have their own "invitation only" ruling body.
It's a very sophisticated global organization that is built based on the pyramid
There are the investment bankers who control the money and make the decisions.
There are the corporations who hire the politicians.
There are the politicians who execute the plans of the investment bankers and corporations.
There are the media types who shape the stories to influence opinion of the masses.
There are white collar workers who push to lower taxes for the corporations and vote republican.
There are labor union who make sure the work force stays in line and vote democrat.
There are universities and educators who tell us how to think.
There are those kept poor by the system, justifying the government's control.
And this isn't a conspiracy theory.
It's a conspiracy fact.
Here are the people, most of whom are invisible to the average person, but who are very real and who are working with each other to create the world
we live in -with our blessings.
Notice how they are from five major categories: investment banks and hedge funds, corporations, politicians, education, and universities.
These people are who make the decisions, including who gets elected. It why it always feels like it make no difference who you vote for. Of course
that's part of the plan. The more voter apathy, the easier it is to just do what they want.
Urban Ahlin, Member of the Swedish Parliamen
t and Deputy Chairman of the Committee on Foreign Affairs
Esko Aho, Executive Vice President, Nokia
, Helsinki; former Prime Minister of Finland
Edmond Alphandéry, Chairman, CNP Assurances, Paris; former Minister of the Economy and Finance
Jacques Andréani, Ambassadeur de France, Paris; former Ambassador to the United States
Jerzy Baczynski, Editor-in-Chief, Polityka, Warsaw
Patricia Barbizet, Chief Executive Officer and Member of the Board of Directors, Artémis Group, Paris
Marek Belka, President, National Bank of Poland, European Department, International Monetary Fund
Manfred Bischoff, Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Daimler AG
Antonio Borges, Director of the European Department, International Monetary Fund (IMF)
, Washington D.C.
Alfonso Cortina, Vice Chairman of Rothschild Europe
; Senior Advisor for Spain and Latin America of Rothschild;
Caroline Daniel, Editor, FT Weekend, Financial Times
Marta Dassù, General Director, Aspen Institute Italia; Editor, Aspenia, Rome
Vladimir Dlouhy, International Advisor, Goldman Sach
s; former Czechoslovak Minister of Economy;
John Elkann, Chairman, Fiat Group, Turin
General The Lord Guthrie, Former Director, N M Rothschild & Sons, London; Member of the House of Lords;
Mugur Isarescu, Governor, National Bank of Romania, Bucharest; former Prime Minister
Peter Löscher, Chief Executive Officer, Siemens
Miroslav Majoroš, Chief Executive Officer, T-Com T-Mobil (Deutsche Telekom), Bratislava
Lord Patten of Barnes, Chancellor of the University of Oxford
; Co-Chairman, International Crisis Group, Brussels;
Luigi Ramponi, Member of the Italian Senate
H. Onno Ruding, Chairman, Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS), Brussels; former Vice Chairman, Citibank; former Dutch Minister of Finance
Marcello Sala, Executive Vice Chairman of the Management Board, Intesa Sanpaolo Group, Milan
Peter Straarup, Chairman, the Danish Bankers Association
Peter Sutherland, Chairman, Goldman Sachs Internationa
l; Chairman of the London School of Economics;
Mihai Tanasescu, Senior Adviser and Member of the Executive Board, International Monetary Fund (IMF);
Nout Wellink, President, Dutch Central Bank, Amsterdam
Hans Wijers, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Akzo Nobel, Arnhem
Alexander Wilmot-Sitwell, Co-Chief Executive Officer, UBS Investment Bank
Lykke Friis, Minister for Climate and Energy and Gender Equality
; former Pro-Rector, University of Copenhagen;
Toomas Hendrik Ilves, President of the Republic of Estonia
Francis Maude, Member of the British Parliament; Minister for the Cabinet Office and Paymaster General, London
Roger Altman, Co-Chairman of the Board, Evercore Partners, New York
Zoë Baird Budinger, President, The Markle Foundation, New York
Alan R. Batkin, Vice Chairman, Eton Park Capital; former Vice President, Kissinger Associates
Nani Beccalli-Falco, President and Chief Executive Officer, GE International, Brussels
Karan Bhatia, Vice President and Senior Counsel, International Law and Policy, General Electric Company
Robert D. Blackwill, Henry A. Kissinger Senior Fellow for U.S. Foreign Policy, Council on Foreign Relations
David G. Bradley, Chairman and Owner, Atlantic Media Company, Washington, DC
Scott A. Brison, Member of Parliament, House of Commons, Ottawa
David Brooks, Op-Ed Columnist, The New York Times
, Washington, DC
Gord Brown, Member of Parliament, House of Commons, Ottawa
Sylvia Mathews Burwell, President, Global Development Programs, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Louis C. Camilleri, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Philip Morris International
, New York
Wendy J. Chamberlin, President, Middle East Institute, Washington, DC; former U.S. Ambassador to Pakistan
Richard N. Cooper, Maurits C. Boas Professor of International Economics, Harvard University
E. Gerald Corrigan, Managing Director, Goldman Sachs Bank USA
, New York
David M. Cote, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Honeywell International Inc., Morristown
Lee Cullum, Contributing Columnist, Dallas Morning News; Radio and Television Commentator
H. Lawrence Culp, Jr., President and Chief Executive Officer, Danaher Corporation, Washington, DC
*Kenneth M. Duberstein, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, The Duberstein Group, Washington, DC; former Chief of Staff to President Ronald
William C. Dudley, President and Chief Executive Officer, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Michael Duffy, Assistant Managing Editor, TIME Magazine
, Washington, DC
Dianne Feinstein, Member (D-CA), U.S. Senate
Martin S. Feldstein, George F. Baker Professor of Economics, Harvard University
Roger W. Ferguson, Jr., President and Chief Executive Officer, TIAA-CREF
Richard W. Fisher, President and Chief Executive Officer, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
Thomas S. Foley, former Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives
; former U.S. Ambassador to Japan;
David R. Gergen, Harvard Kennedy School Professor of Public Service
Francisco Gil-Díaz, Executive President, Telefónica de España-México and Central América, Mexico City
Donald Graham, Chairman, The Washington Post Company
, Washington, DC
James T. Hackett, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Anadarko Petroleum Corp
., The Woodlands
Karen Elliott House, former Vice President, Dow Jones & Company, and Publisher, The Wall Street Journal
Walter Isaacson, President and Chief Executive Officer, The Aspen Institute, Washington, DC
Robert Kagan, Senior Fellow in Foreign Policy, Brookings Institution, Washington, DC
Charles R. Kaye, Co-President, Warburg Pincus LLC, New York
Robert P. Kelly, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, The Bank of New York Mellon, New York
Henry A. Kissinger, Chairman, Kissinger Associates
, Inc., New York; former U.S. Secretary of State;
David H. McCormick, Senior Leader, Bridgewater Associates, Westport
Richard Plepler, Co-president, HBO, New York
John Podesta, former Chief of Staff to President William J. Clinton
Charles B. Rangel, Member (D-NY), U.S. House of Representatives
Condoleezza Rice, Professor of Political Science, Stanford University, former U. S. Secretary of State
David Rockefeller, Founder, Honorary Chairman, and Lifetime Trustee, Trilateral Commission
John D. Rockefeller IV, Member (D-WV), U.S. Senate
Charles Rose, Host of the Charlie Rose Show and Charlie Rose Special Edition, PBS, New York
David M. Rubenstein, Co-founder and Managing Director, The Carlyle Group
, Washington, DC
Arthur F. Ryan, former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Prudential Financial, Inc., Newark
Dinakar Singh, Founding Partner, TPG-Axon Capital, New York
John J. Sweeney, former President, AFL-CIO
, Washington, DC
Strobe Talbott, President, The Brookings Institution, Washington, DC; former U.S. Deputy Secretary of State
Ann M. Veneman, former Executive Director, UNICEF; former U.S. Secretary of Agriculture
Paul A. Volcker, former Chairman, President’s Economic Recovery Advisory Board; former Chairman, Wolfensohn & Co., Inc., New York; Frederick H.
Schultz Professor Emeritus, International Economic Policy, Princeton University
; former Chairman, Board of Governors, U.S. Federal Reserve
System; Honorary North American Chairman and former North American Chairman, Trilateral Commission
R. Keith Walton, Vice President, Government Affairs, Alcoa, Washington, DC
Michael H. Wilson, Chairman, Barclays Capital
Canada, Inc., Toronto
Ernesto Zedillo, Director, Yale Center for the Study of Globalization; former President of Mexico
Philip Zelikow, White Burkett Miller Professor of History, University of Virginia, Charlottesville; former Counselor, U.S. Department of State; former
Executive Director, National Commission on Terrorist Attacks upon the United States (“9/11 Commission
Mortimer B. Zuckerman, Chairman and Editor, U.S. News & World Report, and Publisher, New York Daily News
Thomas E. Donilon, U.S. National Security Advisor, The White House
Timothy F. Geithner, U.S. Secretary of The Treasury
Susan E. Rice, U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations
Dennis Ross, Senior Advisor, National Security Council, The White House
James B. Steinberg, U.S. Deputy Secretary of State
Robert B. Zoellick, President, World Bank
Narongchai Akrasanee, Chairman of the Board of Directors, Export-Import Bank of Thailand
Fujio Cho, Chairman of the Board, Toyota Motor Corporation
Tarun Das, President, Aspen Institute India, Gurgaon, New Delhi;
Glen S. Fukushima, Chairman & Director, Airbus Japan
Yoichi Funabashi, Former Editor-in-Chief, The Asahi Shimbun, Tokyo
Jamshyd N. Godrej, Chairman & Managing Director, Godrej & Boyce Mfg. Co. Ltd., Mumbai; Chairman, CII Climate Change Council, Confederation of Indian
Industry (CII), New Delhi
Shintaro Hori, Chairman, Bain Capital
Japan, Inc., Tokyo
Lee Jay Y., Executive Vice President, Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., Seoul
Minoru Makihara, Senior Corporate Advisor, Mitsubishi Corporation, Tokyo
Satoru Murase, Partner, Bingham McCutchen Murase, New York
Takuma Otoshi, Chairman, IBM Japan
, Ltd., Tokyo
Qin Yaqing, Vice President, China Foreign Affairs University, Beijing
SaKong Il, Chair of the Presidential Committee for G20 Summit, Office of the President of Republic of Korea
Yasuhisa Shiozaki, Member, Japanese House of Representatives
; former Chief Cabinet Secretary, Tokyo
Howard Stringer, Chairman, President and CEO, Sony Corporation
Shigemitsu Sugisaki, Vice Chairman, Goldman Sachs Japan Co., Ltd.,
Tokyo; former Deputy Managing Director, International Monetary Fund
Gautam Thapar, Chairman, Aspen Institute India; Chairman and CEO, Avantha Group, New Delhi
Cesar E. A. Virata, Director and Corporate Vice Chairman and Acting Chief Executive Officer, Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation (RCBC), Manila;
former Prime Minister of Philippines
Osamu Watanabe, President, Japan Petroleum Exploration Co.,
Hisashi Owada, President, International Court of Justice, Geneva
Don't you realize it doesn't matter whether OBL was killed or not!? It doesn't matter whether the birth certificate was real or not? It doesn't
matter whether 9/11 was real or not or whether there were WMD's in Iraq.
All that matters is your predictable reaction to everything that TBTB orchestrates.
And you know why the MSM isn't reporting any of this? Because the MSM = TPTB!! What? Do you expect them to report on themselves?!?
The only way to stop this cycle and stop TBTB is through awareness -not of what they are doing, but of your own responses to what they are
The ironic part is that each and every one of us is in total control. That's the biggest secret of all that TBTB do not want known. Their entire
game is based on you believing that they are in control. They are only in control because you've been conditioned to believe they are in
I will end with this story.
In India when a baby elephant is born they chain it to a tree. It grows up thinking it can't move far from the tree. Then as it gets older, it
believes it still can't walk any further from the tree than its chain allows. The reality is it could walk away any time.
We have been conditioned like the baby elephant.
We don't need TBTB to be happy. The way to change the world isn't by changing TPTB.
The way to change the world is to change yourself. The
only reason TBTB stay in control is because they know you are conditioned to blame outside forces for your problems, which they are eager to promise
solution that never come, but are always just around the corner waiting at the next election cycle.
Decide the life you want to have for yourself, than take action each day to create it.
That is the one thing that will strip the illusion of
power from the elites who use fear to control you.
FDR, one of the fourteen Masonic Presidents of the U.S., let their secret slip out when he said you have nothing to fear except fear itself. That is
the one truth that TPTB uses to control the masses. They triangulate a fear of some outside force, whether it's the economy or OBL, and a fear that
their opponents won't save you from the outside forces.
That take turns positioning themselves as the saviors who will prevent you from experiencing your fears.
Live without fear and create the life you want for yourself. That's the only way to screw TPTB.