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The Indoctrination Station
The Subtlety of Subversion and the Power of Sympathetic Magic
Who loves living in America? I know I do. Why do we love America so much? It’s because our forefathers secured for us a nation wherein we might be free from the oppression of tyranny in every form. This is the tyranny they fled across the Atlantic from in the first place.

We all enjoy our rights and freedoms here, and we have become complacent in our little worlds, but there has risen a force which threatens to debase our sovereignty and has the potential to enslave the world under a universal tyrannical order.

After listening to my speech you will be armed with information which will provide a foundation for further research. It is beyond the purpose of this speech to convince you to be for or against this information. The purpose here is to simply present the facts, and to leave you with questions.

A New World Order is a reality that we cannot escape from, as it has been working to establish itself over the last half century (if not much longer), and it has come a very long way. The United Nations is very few steps away from finalizing its vision for the world, as you will see here.

Without further ado I will now introduce you to a document written in 1961 entitled, “A World Effectively Controlled by the United Nations.”


Introduction

A world effectively controlled by the United Nations is one in which "world government" would come about through the establishment of supranational institutions, characterized by mandatory universal membership and some ability to employ physical force. Effective control would thus entail a preponderance of political power in the hands of a supranational organization rather than in individual national units, and would assume the effective operation of a general disarmament agreement. While this supranational organization — the United Nations — would not necessarily be the organization as it now exists, the present UN Charter could theoretically be revised in order to erect such an organization equal to the task envisaged, thereby codifying a radical rearrangement of power in the world.


Summary

• (1) powers sufficient to monitor and enforce disarmament, settle disputes, and keep the peace

• (2) an international force, balanced appropriately among ground, sea, air, and space elements, consisting of 500,000 men, recruited individually, wearing a UN uniform, and controlling a nuclear force composed of 50-100 mixed land-based mobile and undersea-based missiles, averaging one megaton per weapon;

• (3) governmental powers distributed among three branches so that primary functions would exist in some recognizable form in a bicameral legislative organ, an executive organ, and an expanded international judicial network;

• (4) compulsory jurisdiction of the International Court for both legal disputes and legal aspects of political disputes;

• (5) approximately 130 political subunits, all nominally independent states, within the system;

• (6) continued jurisdiction over cosmetic affairs by the national governments;

• (7) unrestricted international inspection of all states against violation of the disarmament agreement, with permanent (sic) inspection of nuclear research and power equipment, strategic areas and industries, administrative policies and operations, and other key and strategic points in the national economy.”


Relevancy

• In the document, Dr. Bloomfield expressed this about the relevancy of such a plan: “The notion of a "UN-controlled world" is today a fantastic one. That it is even thought of as a hypothetical framework for politico-military planning grows, curiously enough, out of contemporary doctrines on arms control. Political scientists have generally come to despair of quantum jumps to world order as utopian and unmindful of political realities. But fresh minds from military, scientific, and industrial life, as they focus on the increasingly irrational arms race, have sometimes found the logic of world government — and it is world government we are discussing here — inescapable. “


Disarmament

• “A limited world government has powers sufficient to monitor and enforce disarmament, settle disputes, and keep the peace. All other powers are reserved to the nations. It possesses enforceable taxing powers to finance its political organs, its disarmament policing agency, and its international military force, which includes a nuclear component. The nations are disarmed to police levels.”

Universality

• “A crucial feature of the system would be its universality. The inclusion of all presently divided countries could come about in one of two ways: through their unification or through alterations in the issues that had once divided them. These conditions would have to apply across the board.“


Resolving Conflict

Divided Germany
Korea
Vietnam
Arab vs. Israeli conflict
Places like Formosa, Chechnya, Taiwan
Xenophobia (Fear of foreigners)

How To Deal With Communism

• “Such a transformation is theoretically possible, but only under two conditions: first, that through evolutionary processes communist doctrine becomes drained of its messianic quality, forgoes its imperialistic ambitions, and comes to accept the notion of a higher authority — a notion traditionally anathema to its doctrine.

• The other condition, which puts the possibility within a more foreseeable time span, is a crisis, a war, or a brink-of-war situation so grave or commonly menacing that deeply-rooted attitudes and practices are sufficiently shaken to open the possibility of a revolution in world political arrangements.

• The assumption has to be made here that one or the other of these conditions has come about and that the communists have consequently been brought to a significant mitigation of their doctrine. “

Guerrilla Warfare

• A force that is ambiguous as to national involvement

• United only by common ideals, principles and or beliefs

• “Unconventional warfare between nations and, perhaps, against the central authority may well be the most characteristic type of conflict besetting our proposed system.”

• “A well-equipped and purposefully led guerrilla movement conducting irregular operations, living off the country, sabotaging a la Maquis, and, above all, favored by significant elements of the population, could tie up an international army just as easily as a national one.”
When Could This Be?

• “Under the first of our alternative roads — the pacific evolution of the Communist world, including China — it is difficult to foresee a limited world government within twenty-five years at the earliest, fifty years more conservatively. If, however, it came about as a result of a series of unnerving trips to or over the brink, it could come about at any time. The assumption here, chiefly for logical convenience, is a time period of five to fifteen years from now.”

Next 50 Years

• Vietnam

• Berlin Wall

• The Fall of Communism

• Middle East

• Integration of Nations into Intranational Framework

• Disarmament

• Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty

• Revision of the UN Charter

• End of Conventional War; Beginning of Subversive War against Guerrilla Forces


Conclusion

Let’s Recap:
-The United Nations has been planning to control the entire world for over 50 years
-From their own initial plans we can see the evidence of their work in action
-They are very close to accomplishing their goals

As I said, it is not in my interest to say whether we should support or oppose this. In fact we won’t know for sure if we should oppose this until it is too late, because the potential reason for opposition would be the mere suggestion of the possibility that this new order’s power could be abused and become tyrannical. Regardless of our stance, we are faced with a choice to make. If we don’t choose, our choice will be made for us. We must educate ourselves if we hope to have a say in our future.


Rescources

Reform of the United Nations Over Time
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reform_of_the_United_Nations

Public Law 87-297; title 22 USC section 2551; This is title 22 USC 2552(a); etc...
http://twg2a.wordpress.com/2011/03/02/obituary-u-s-a-freedom-and-liberty-throughout-the-world/

A World Effectively Controlled by the United Nations:
http://www.getusout.org/artman/publish/article_2.shtml

Globalist Reform
http://www.americanpolicy.org/un/globaliststruedef.htm

Un Army (Bush's State Department signed a document on September 15 that would result in an unprecedented militarization of the United Nations…The Bush proposal, named the Global Peace Operations Initiative, pledged some $600 million -- mostly from the cash-strapped U.S. Defense budget -- to train and equip roughly 75,000 foreign military personnel in peacekeeping and peace enforcement operations over five years.)
http://www.state.gov/t/pm/ppa/gpoi/
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Police were not always existent. People paid for private security for hundreds and hundreds of years. Only a couple a hundred years ago (can't recall the date), the PO was created solely to disrupt and shut down riots/protests, and keep the working poor in line. Police protect property rights, and property (stolen), has been used as an excuse to marginalize everyone without property. In a world where now it is impossible to ever go from poor to wealthy, without being used heavily along the way, it's no wonder why police are painted as the protector of the rich. It's what they were designed to do, and what they still do. Aside from that, they are trained and equipped to resolve civil disputes through the three methods of mind control:
method one- Political Indoctrination- shit memes such as the one you posted.
method two- pavlovian psychology- classical conditioning of a stimulus/response mechanism.
method three (for the "bad people")- Full Physical Control- up to and including waterboarding, biochemical indoctrination (pharmaceuticals/psychiatry), and literal, physical restraints (jail, handcuffs, straight jackets).
method one- love the whip
method two- crack the whip
method three- use the whip

I know that there are times, that "there being (state funded) police", does not equate to "the poor being able to afford justice". For instance when I was in grade 4 I was assaulted by an RCMP desk clerk. He was drunk, and tried to personally detain me (drag me towards his house by my legs while my sisters held me by my arms- he then asaaulted my mother as she got us into her car, long story). The police sent him to another detachment. He was not charged. Another personal example. For 11 years a mafia hitman type lived with my family in Canada, hiding out from the law, and he sexually assaulted my sister for over 5 years. The FBI talked to my mom. She told me he was a suspect for murder of a 7 yr old boy in California in 1977. He has never been charged, or had anything done to him, for his crimes against my family. I want to continue by asking the question, what is true justice? My answer, is that True Justice means ensuring something unjust doesn't happen the first place. This requires, practically, absolute control. Since such a thing is impossible, so too is True Justice. Therefor, I have a principle of, "do what you can, when you can." I believe this is the most fair for myself, and as an expectation for other people. Too many people don't even do the bare minimum...Anyways I will leave off with a sentiment. I will do what i will do, and I intend to stand by my actions. I will walk in the light always, shameless and unafraid. I have nothing to hide, and no reason to start. I cannot, however, promise that every day from now, I will continue to behave the same. It always depends on my current situation- the ever changing here and Now (in short, Moral Relativism).

Oh and, you may think my argument helps Police, but it doesn't. I said that I believe we should do what we can when we can. People used to be able to act directly in their own defense, or in the defense of victims of crime. Now we are not allowed to do anything, but ask the proper authorities, except in cases of clear physical danger. The proper authorities reserve the right to do everything, and take that right from others. In doing so, they dissallow others from, "doing what they can when they can." They in effect disempower people, and where the system is unable to mitigate that situation, or for some reason does not want to, those people fall through the cracks. The designers of any system would have to be insane to think, there is enough fictitious money in the capitalist system, to support a policy, which makes the state act in every situation. Eventually the budget will thin, and many people will be left out. Those who fall through the cracks will find another way to live without the system, and will be called outsiders and criminals by the insiders. That is unfair, and is the reason Utilitarianism is doomed to fail- inefficiency. I feel these systems (capitalist and utilitarian philosophies) cause harm to life (more than it causes good if that is a consideration you'd like to examine). Therefor I find them errant, and consider a revival of true democracy the best remaining option. Going back in time isn't possible, so I must go to the next best option, Anarchy. I must attempt to live as free as possible, in any environment. I am not one of those anarchists who expect everyone else to be anarchistic, before I can start acting freely. Make sense? I just am free, until someone uses force to make that, no longer so...
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Syria is not a civil war. It is/has been, an invasion.
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Russia and the USA have yet to confirm it, but the ceasefire in Syria appears to have never taken affect in the first place. The Syrians have claimed that it's enemies have broken the agreement over 300 times, and have used the last seven days (length of ceasefire) to regroup and rearm, even making tactical attacks, such as the US airstrike of a Syrian base, ahead of an ambush by ISIL forces.

http://mobile.reuters.com/article/idUSKCN11P146?il=0

Now a war monitor, the Syrian Human Rights Observatory, has pointed the finger at Syria or Russia, for striking a Red Crescent complex, levelling 5 parked trucks of aid, and killing several aid workers, which is a clear and attrocious warcrime. The UN was unable to confirm who struck the Red Crescent facility, but with the track record of the west, I think this is a clear ploy to break the ceasefire, and turn the world against Assad for one final push on his Capital.

Did the west conspire to form a ceasefiren in Syria, to buy themselves time, and then break that ceasefire by blaming the enemy for their own actions? Why would Assad barrel bomb his own people, and if they are his people and he is "punishing them", then they are insurgents and not just common people. So either way you cut it, this report doesn't make sense. Why would Assad harm his own people instead of using his resources to fight the enemy? I know that the western allies have commited many warcrimes in Syria, as they are known to do throughout the region (especially the PMCs), and I wouldn't put it past them to commit to this one, to break the truce, and take final advantage over Assad.

*edit* 092416 - http://www.activistpost.com/2016/09/western-media-blames-russia-syria-attack-un-convoy.html
-The above article further examines the myth that Syria or Russia air attacked a Red Crescent convoy.
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News from the warfront like Syria can come from Russian monitors, other watchdog agencies, or most commonly, UN observers (their job to be everywhere there is conflict). World and regional news also (mostly) comes from our own military, and the military has it's own media (propaganda) unit, so again, it's hard to trust any of the info.

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-09-17/syria-accuses-us-airstrike-killing-62-soldiers-serious-and-blatant-aggression

The US has airstriked a Syrian position, ahead of an ISIS attack on that position. ISIS then was successful, and subsequent reports claimed that position was retaken shortly after.

http://www.militarytimes.com/articles/syrian-army-regains-areas-lost-to-isis-after-us-led-airstrike

The US claims it was an accident, and that it meant to hit ISIS. I wonder how the US knew to strike them, just as they were about to ambush a Syrian position. Why not strike them in their camps, or while they cart endless convoys of Iraqi and Syrian oil across the border to Turkey (to get all that money for their operations)?




It is difficult to watch the above video, because the US Ambassador to the UN, speaking at the Emergency Security Council (to the press beforehand), pulled all of thr aces out of her sleeve to tarnish the reputation of her opponents. She used lies and trickery, to suggest that her enemies have done, the very things which her enemies claim US allies have done. For example she mentions the chemical attacks. In a post months ago I showed that BBC was busted faking a news report about that incident. Russia claims it was US backed rebels that used chemical weapons, which is why the UN never moved against Syria since those false reports were lodged. The US and allies have been pushing false reports in timed succession, since this incursion of Syria began. Another example of the US Ambassador's heinous lies is the shelling of hospitals and schools. I have reported in previous posts, that NATO shelling from Turkish positions were responsible for five hospitals in one week, and that wasn't the most over the course of the war. NATO and allies have been blamed for everything that the US, in turn, blames on Syria and Russia. It is convenient, of course, that the majority of Americans will never read or see the alternative reports, and so they won't be able to make an informed decision.
Then around 5mins 40secs, the Ambassador made a disgusting statement. She stifled a chuckle, while saying, "There is so much to be justifiably outraged by in Syria...so much..."
US Ambassador's demeanor, coupled with her obvious lies, make it difficult to watch the rest of the video. "...lives that would be saved, if only the real purpetrators were made to stop," She continues. By the end of the video I am in shock, at both how well she turned every finger (covered every base) back at Russia, and also how she seemed to have trouble controlling her demeanor while delivering the obvious lies.

For further consideration:
-How to tell if someone is lying to you,
http://www.thebusinesswomanmedia.com/11-ways-to-tell-when-someone-is-lying-to-you/
-The US puts a 3 million dollar bounty on an ISIS leader which they themselves trained
http://theantimedia.org/state-department-trained-isis-leader/



In other news, this garbage can is said to have housed the explosive which injured 29 people in New York... It is being called by the mayor of New York, an obvious act of Terrorism. Nobody has claimed responsibility and there is no clear motive.
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In 2007, a plane which has now been linked to the CIA, crashed in the Yucatan, showering tonnes of Cocaine onto the crash site.



https://laboratoryofhiddenalternatives.wordpress.com/2012/12/15/that-2007-cia-plane-crash/

From the article, "This Florida based Gulfstream II jet aircraft # N987SA  crash landed on September 24, 2007 after it ran out of fuel over Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula it had a cargo of several tons of Cocaine on board..."

In case anyone questioned, who was responsible for drugs being in the hands of America's children. It's the very same people who war against "all other drug dealers" (and jail/abuse those same children).

"...now documents have turned up on both sides of the Atlantic that link this Cocaine Smuggling Gulfstream II jet aircraft # N987SA that crashed in Mexico to the CIA who used it on at least 3 rendition flights from Europe and the USA to Guantanamo."

What is a rendition aircraft? I'm glad you asked, https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rendition_aircraft#N987SA

For a more complete story:
https://wikispooks.com/wiki/2007_Yucatan_Gulfstream_drug_crash
or
http://www.madcowprod.com/2013/09/27/six-years-on-the-mysterious-crash-of-cocaine2/

In case you doubt this story, https://aviation-safety.net/database/record.php?id=20070924-0

The CIA has a lengthy history of this sort of conduct.


For further reading, http://www.narconews.com/Issue48/article2919.html
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As difficult as it is to imagine, the success of direct democracy, because of the inability of the masses to organize effectively (this is warred against), it is all the more difficult, for the masses, to each and individually inform themselves as to the nature of political realities. Therefor, not only is a Republic the least for the people (especially if Federalist), but it is bound by it's very nature to betray it's constituency right from it's conception. It is a new form of Empire, that even achieves more than Rome ever could, and it has swept across the world with it's Neo-Imperialism, to consume all who oppose it, as it has become an unstoppable force. This force has the ability to do terrible things, to the end of what is only potentially anything positive, and I can't say that I agree, with that kind of thinking.
I have long opposed, any tyranny over the minds of men- not as sworn upon the alter of G-d, but as sworn by my own Will, as it is my will which is at stake, constantly warred against in the war of the mind, which supercedes the war of the body. How can anyone expect anything less, of anyone awake and partly aware of his surroundings?
Of course I must admit, my limited depth of vision dissalows me from truly comprehending the power of the men who oppose me (we could have been freinz), but I'm not afraid. Fear is what rules people, and physical power is a last resort, to whip the mind back into submission- a mind that comes pre-broken. I am no stranger to both forms of war, and many more lay waiting to explore. Ever mind the floor. I won't break (again), because my will has infinite form.
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I understand people's mistrust of sources. Actually, I mistrust all sources, but let info stand alone. If it's true, there is a process for confirming that. For instance I will look up that French PM speech, and see what the script was. All that was important anyways was the part where he said, that 15000 people in France are radicalized, and 1800 are on the police's radar. I have read articles about France arming train marshals, and about them posting the military everywhere now including schools. It's chaos in france right now, and the government power shown is astounding and unprecedented. They've been ramping up for this the whole time, obviously...

anyways I wanted to share with you, my lack of trust, of sources, by sharing an email I had with Zaid Jilani of The Intercept (.com). The email follows...

Hi,
   I enjoyed reading your article, about Jack Straw's leaked email to Collin Powell, stating the timing of the Brexit was convenient, relative to the release of the Chilcott Report.
   I consider myself a truth seeker, and have kept a blog for over 13 years. For months, I've highlighted current events, and I aspire to become a better journalist. So I want to ask you a burning question.
   How does one (ie. myself), verify and validate (confirm) information such as these leaked emails? Does it ever run through your mind that these leaks could be entirely counter-intel, disinfo and misinformation? People distrust technocrats, so naturally they won't question things when they seem to be revealed. However, as the Brexit overshadowed the Chilcott Report, and one Hillary scandal overshadows a deeper one, so too, can these leaks overshadow a deeper reality.
  So I ask, how can I rely on them? How do you? What logic and reason do you have, for relaying such information? Do you believe you are doing the right thing? Is this just a job? Most importantly, do you have a way of confirming or denying such information, and if so, what is it?
   I often have difficulty, with the confirmation process. I am basically looking for tips, or access to resources. Do journalists use paid intel services?
   Thank you for considering, answering one or many of my questions.

His response came quick, but as I suspected only answered one question, and only partly...

"I think you should just read as much as you can and do your best to try to get the truth by having that wide array of information."

To which I ended it (he clearly wasn't going to say more),...

Thank you for your timely reply, Mr. Jilani. I have been trying to do that, for some time, but I come to a wall when I realize, that I have no way of independently verifying said information. Thank you for your time.

The reason I sent him that email is because I don't know if I can trust these leaks. I asked him how he thinks he himself can trust them, and in partial or non-response, he tells me to triangulate on info from many sources, which is a helpful technique yes, but didn't answer my question. How is it that people just believe when something was "hacked from so and so's email"?

How does the reporter himself even know he isnt passing on lies?
He wasn't able to sufficiently answer that for me.

I hope that clarflifies my level of trust, of media information. Unfortunately it also underscores my inability to resolve a key issue. Anyways most of the media is CIA controlled..and the antimedia/alternative media is a shitshow and laced with disinfo and misinfo. So it's tough to sort out, but I do believe trying to sort it all out is the only way to really know anything. There is truth out there, or people wouldn't be warring with words every day.
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Author of the book, "Dr. Mary's Monkey: How the unsolved murder of a Doctor a secret lab in New Orleans and a cancer causing monkey virus are linked to Lee Harvey Oswald the JFK assassination and emerging global epidemics", Edward T Haslam, speaks with Coast to Coast AM Radio.


Diverse Health Services PLLC presents, The Exploding Autoimmune Epidemic

https://youtu.be/YOzyC6x-EJE

http://www.myneworleans.com/New-Orleans-Magazine/July-2007/Dr-Marys-monkey/
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https://www.rt.com/news/358988-france-terror-attacks-more/
From the article:
"More terror attacks are in store for France, French Prime Minister Manuel Valls has warned, saying that some 15,000 people are in the process of radicalization in France and currently on police radar, while 1400 under investigation."
"Sarkozy said France needed to create “a special anti-terrorist court” and place French citizens suspected of having militant links in preventative detention in order to boost security."

The situation in France resembles the Red Scare of the 1920s, except for a huge difference: reports of Reds actually being under Beds!

How can anyone disregard or explain away such obvious reports?

French Prime Minister Manuel Valls said himself, " It is my job to tell this truth to the French people… We are a target – everyone understands this."

What I understand, Mr Prime Minister, is that the French have begun a conspiracy to coordinate different emergency services, to perform anti-terror drills as planned responses to Op4 (Opposing Force) operations.
Governments around the world have adopted this strategy, to empower themselves, in what is shaping up to be, a war of every nation's government, against it's own citizens. Soon America will follow suit, and the words Preventative Detention will be in the minds of every mental slave around the world. Those who are free of mind, will be the enemy of the State.

How unfortunate it is, that a country such as France, which championed noble truth in the Enlightenment Era, would be the first (plus strong allies Germany, and UK), to enact such radical Tyranny.

To think, years ago, the writing was on the wall... I reminisced the other day with a friend, about how, in the 90s, nobody trusted the government. Nobody much trusted the police. Abuse of power was known, because it was remembered, and people weren't so distracted (before cell phones were common).
Today, the rising tide of near-poor (falling middle class), has provided us with a new generation of boxed-in, manipulated and engineered individuals, who while in a range of diverse niches, have specialized to the point of compartmentalization, and in a mass extinction, it is the generalists, who survive...

...yes there are still those of us, who remember. History will try to forget us, but we need to be heard. Before the State plunges all of our lives into war (soon) we must be understood. We never wanted this. We just want to be free men. We have no interest in Collectivism (involuntary). There must be a place for free minds, other than the cage of the corporation..
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https://theintercept.com/2016/09/07/google-program-to-deradicalize-jihadis-will-be-used-for-right-wing-american-extremists-next/

I have said in the past, that the laws enacted to combat Terrorism, and more recently ISIS itself (finally a specific group to enshrine what Terrorism is, and why it needs to go), will be used against the rest of us. It's only a matter of time, before the precursors to violent thought themselves are made illegal. The process of radicalization itself has been made illegal, which means that anything anyone says that isn't the official story, is illegal.

Well now the government is admitting it, when they say that extremism is not just centered in one group. In phase one they targetted potential radicals by tracking their metadata and inserting deradicalizing propaganda (anti ISIS youtube videos). That is such an interesting technique, since the governments (5 Intel Agencies) are the one creating the ISIS videos as well.

In phase 2 of their plan, they will target the far right in America, as purportedly they are even more brazen than ISIS! It's only a matter of time before the USA goes through the changes that are already well underway in the EU and UK. The American people will be forced to trade their Liberty, now, not to directly protect them, but to engage in the direct indoctrination of Hitler's...err..our nation's youth. The next generation of children won't even be allowed to listen to a dissenting view that isn't entirely manufactured to benefit party lines. Fake monsters will be heard every night, to ensure everyone stays tightly clutched, to the bossom of the governmental controls.

Hitler's plan (the people behind Hitler) was designed to be global, after all, and it is seeing it's fruition. Orson Wells' 1984 society is shaping up fast. Not too long now. I think 2017 will be the year. The world will change so rapidly.
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http://www.haaretz.com/middle-east-news/1.741270
It's been several years, and like Yemen, I've been awaiting important news from Syria. Only 2 and a half weeks after Turkey invaded Syria with tanks, and it's clear US backed terrorists have captured about half the country, now all of a sudden there is a deal to be made. It seems the pressure of losing was all that was necessary, to force our opponent to cave into our demands for a transition.
Now that the Kurds have carved out several Cantons, and declared a Federation, will this new cessation of hostilities include a carving up of Syrian lands? Will the Kurds finally get their own nation?
Turkey uses the Kurds to excuse themselves into war, but somehow I feel they work together to strengthen each other. Allies that pretend to be enemies, in order to justify the benefit of each other's strategies- what a unique and genius plan. With the 15th Anniversary of Treason Day (09/11/2001), and news of a fifth Nuclear test by North Korea (and S Korean announcing plans to decimate Pyangong), I'd say this is shaping up to be a really big day for the news (and it's only 0530)!
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Accurate information, from any source, is still accurate information. To confirm or deny information, is the responsibility of all who seek truth. To pre-deny information, solely due to the source, could indicate a logical fallacy.

I feel, as if information should speak for itself. I rarely consider a source, primarily. It's often a secondary consideration for me. Confirmation or denial of the information is most important.

To confirm or deny is an interesting technique. Confirmation is self explanatory, but denial seems contrary to the exploration of truth, however it is a technique that comes from wisdom.

If we can't confirm something, then we have no choice but to deny it until further notice. In understanding that, we can see, that it is impractical and perhaps impossible, to disprove something. It's impractical and perhaps spreads chaos, to focus on disproving something.

The focus should be on confirmation, and everything else gets passively denied. That's a forward thinking technique, and very practical.

So rather than explaining something away based on secondary considerations, we should work to confirm the information, if possible. Only once we've concluded that we can't confirm, should we deny, and in denying we also must admit that we don't know for sure that it's false- we simply cannot confirm it yet; we require more information to make our choice...
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Anonymous is an organization that I haven't paid much attention to. I have, for a long time, felt as if they are a Wolf in Sheep's clothing. Some of what they say is good info, but that tends to be the bait and hook. I don't trust the line. I see the sinker, and I feel as if somebody, has gone fishing.



I believe this video is wrong in it's conclusions. I did, however, enjoy the spot on background information...I just don't agree with their predictions for the future.

Ever since the US deployed anti missile batteries to Romania and Turkey (and soon to come in Poland, Lithuania and Estonia possibly), Russia and China's missile range against Western Europe has been cutoff. Now the US has deployed a THAAD system to South Korea, effectively securing a launching platform, from which they can begin to have a future war against China and Russia. Also, the US has ultra-sonic missile capabilities, which can bypass any standard missile defenses (Russia is testing them also). The only way for China and Russia to beat the US, would be to first invade South Korea, ejecting the US presence, rebuffing Japan, all naval and aerial warfare, hold off eastern europe while invading to retake eurasia... I am not saying the US is sure to win, because there are many layers to warfare and many possibilities. Simulators likely can't predict with solid figures, a sure victory, but of the two sides I'd put my money on the west.

On the other hand it's possible both the east and west are working together to bring about perpetual global war, as a means of continuing the exploitation of the lower classes in each country, respectively...

Western Allies biggest asset is the drone operations they have planned. Whole battleships with no people onboard, 3d printing drones out of the back which fly off and kill things, will be available to the UK Navy by next year. US Navy is deploying a laserweapon that can shoot at a 110 mile target, which precision accuracy, causing a devastating impact. Those go into effect soon, and the US also just invested something like 80 billion dollars to roll out more future tech battleships, destroyers, and other boats.

I still think the US has the edge on combat, and has prepared more than enough, for protracted ground operations, supported by air and naval superiority...

If things go well in Syria, then Iran will become the next flashpoint to unite the eastern world vs the west, but I don't expect the east to win.

Anonymous' mention of eastern economic unions and the fall of the dollar, paint an ill picture for the western world, but either Helicopter money or Basic Income, the TPP, coupled with negative interest rates and a war on cash, will potentially free the west of that "crisis of realization". I don't foresee the economic collapse of the west. I see the west as overcoming that, through the continuity of warfare and other methods of manipulating the slave classes.

...If that doesn't work, then a 5GW, global war against the Slave class is the only option remaining (will happen anyways). If they won't volunteer to die, they'll need to just be killed, it seems.
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There are times when a person can be correct, even when distant from first hand perception of truth.

A detective, when he has a hunch, may be correct, and yet not even know for sure himself.

A man who strongly feels his wife is cheating on him, but has no proof, may very well be correct.

Both parties are made powerless if they lack the ability to confirm or deny their suspicions/information.

Beyond that we can consider the science of extrapolation. We can also consider deduction, which is less trusty but just as likely to be correct as any other form of conjecture (there's a chance).

So my point, is that you can't judge something as wrong, by reason that one doesn't have unfiltered access to the truth.

We all live within reality. We all have just as much a chance as any other, to observe and percieve it adeptly, and convey that. Some are better than others, and even great men make mistakes...my point is that the truth is possible to be known. It is not a pointless or impossible endevour. It is, however, quite the Steel Trap, and Double Edged Sword...
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http://www.brainwavescience.com/brainfingerprinting-product-advantages.html

With the new, Custom Built, EEG Headset, by Brainwave Science, Law Enforcement can hook up a brain (see pic of headset device), to either the laptop or tablet provided. With it, one can scan the human brain with, purported precision and accuracy.

One section in particular, entitled Intelligence Collection Discipline, is rather disconcerting. This website/company, claims this product matches information from the crime scene with the subject's brain.

This prodct claims to have a wide range of applications, including:

"-Accurately distinguishes who participated in, planned, or perpetrated criminal acts, directly or indirectly
-Supports investigators and intelligence units to identify which criminal networks suspects belong to, including terrorists in sleeper cells
-Helps pinpoint the chain of command of a suspect for any criminal network
-Protects classified information by detecting which criminals harbor unauthorized knowledge
-Validates missing link between available information and evidence from various sources and knowledge concealed in the brain
-Screens illegal intruders and threat actors with reliable group-based knowledge to effectively assess risk"

So essentially, in the not too distant future, any crime you're investigated for, will be decided by scanning your brain. How reliable is this machine? According to this website, it is precise, but what if it isn't? Will cops of the future be able to say anything they want about you, claiming their technology proves all? Cops of today have no qualms with arresting someone, for resisting arrest, or shooting them multiple times in the back, for being a minority. Why do we still pretend the authority is morality. In reality the authority justified only by it's own will (might makes right).

Imagine how this will change our justice system. There won't need to be a lengthy court process, if a person can be found guilty upon arrest. With such absolute certainty, police of the future will more resemble Inquisitors.

With the way warfare is changing, and this new tech available to the government, I am beginning to foresee, that the transition to global tyranny won't need to be difficult.
Those who work for the State are practically oblivious (distracted) or apathetic to (enamoured), or powerless to change (disarmed), the oppression and manipulation of the rest (murder).

We now enter an era of thought policing, and full physical control of any who oppose the status quo. The strong reap the harvest of exploitation, solidifying their rule and perpetutating their system of slavery, and the people cheer...

...Welcome to the Neo Dark Ages.
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I watched that video finally (The Story of Your Enslavement). I don't always agree with what this guy says. Sometimes he outright annoys me, but I can't disagree with this video. It seems to be sound logic and reason, except for a few fuzzy parts.

In one part where he says that the smallest governments will become the largest, because with more freedom there is more to exploit, and people will do that, therefor, exploitation is inevitable, and now you are asking me, "can humans even be saved then?"

My answer is, of course, individually. As a group? I don't think so. It would take a vast centralized form of government that would inevitably take the form of the very same entities that were intended to be opposed.
Individuals can be freed, and can become a group, but to force such a thing is equally tyrannical. To protect such a thing would have to include the use of force.

Saying all that, it becomes clear that there are realities at play here, which make the very things we oppose, inevitable. It was Napoleon who said, that you cannot destroy a tyranny but through the creation of another tyranny, and this unquenchable reality may be a paradox. If it is a paradox it is not resolvable. It is not a human social issue. It is a human social problem.

I have a book called Social Problems, by Joel Best, and it attempts to instruct, the Constructivist approach, to potentially resolving social problems, and it gives me great hope at the possibility of such.
As a Transhumanist, I have imagined, and even witnessed, some unique ways which the human condition can be altered, in order to bring about an environment which is conducive to the resolve of social problems. For example, 3D printed conflict diamonds were invented a few years ago, which were identical to the real thing. When introduced cheaply to the market, the demand for real conflict diamonds practically dissapeared overnight in the EU. The demand was still there, but being mitigated by a third option. In a world where there only appears to be two options, a third can be invented, which can alter the course of reality. So it is through Imagination that we can find peace, where nothing else will afford it.

Ok theory aside, is it practical to presume, that I can free a world of people? No. But why would I want to do that? I would merely be making my own farm, and stealing livestock to use for myself instead of another, but...if an idea were invented, which eliminated the dependancy of an individual on his livestock, the problem would resolve itself, of course followed by a new problem perhaps.

Technology is becoming available, which will make human cattle obsolete. With the advent of robot slaves, human ones have become rather unnecessary.

My idea of saving humanity, is to save myself, and to do it in such a way as other people can reproduce. When they reproduce that success, they won't be in a position to compete with me, and so I won't have to keep my methods secret or hurt others who find it. This truth can be free, without repurcussion, but it comes at a cost. Humans must undergo a transition, from what we are now, to what we could become, and if we did, then we could have abundance so plentiful, that war would cease to be relevant. This possibility becomes the philosophical debate called Posthumanism, and the transition itself is Transhumanism.

I consider myself an AnarchoTranshumanist, because I believe that it isn't currently possible to "save humanity", without first transforming what it means to be human. Only in whats called a Post Scarcity World, can our problems and barriers to resolve disappear, allowing peace. This also cannot happen without war, which is unfortunate, because Change is Pain.

To clarify, I feel that humans detest their very nature, because they can imagine ways which that nature needn't be, but I believe it is important to embrace what we are, while we are it. Be open to change when possible. When not possible, await possibility. What more can be asked of anyone? So we don't have to judge ourselves so sharply, for our shortcomings. We must not condemn our fellow man, for what even may appear to be the most terrible acts. Instead we must find it in ourselves to forgive. The ruling class is as dependant upon the slaves as the slaves are on the rulers. What we need to do is impliment ways to resolve the human condition itself, saving ourselves in the presence of witnesses, who may then choose to do the same.
With that all said, it's possible that there is more to see, than the level which we exist on. The form of overall reality needs to be understood, to even begin to conceive of a way to alter any power dynamic. So it is no simple task, which we embark upon...
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