An ongoing NSA psychological operation dissected: how orchestrated media use of stress and common trauma triggers alter your behavior and shut down critical thinking on an industrial scale. Understanding why people get angry, or go into denial when discussing trauma like molestation, rape, or what really happened on 9/11: a regime change affecting every aspect of American life. This is not an article about what you cannot do, it is about what you can do. It is not about futility but about empowerment and awareness, and where it starts. So put on your seat belt because this will get bumpy and the curves are sharp, but remember the terrorist psychodrama is a ride that can end when you want it to.
Before America became a nation, the regional powers which governed what would become the United States, used terrorism, mass murder, as well as biological and germ warfare to destroy and spread disease and epidemics among Native Americans. One of the first attacks was initiated by General Jeffrey Amherst, who also lent his name to what became the town and college of Amherst, Massachusetts…
You can boycott any American company, or foreign company except one. You can protest any government's foreign policy, except one. As a student, or professor, you can actually get kicked out of a university. Guess which government that is, and who exactly back policies that put this countries interests before America's?
How is it that we could believe that three murdered Israelis justifies the genocide of over 2,200 Palestinians? Where did we see that before, and did it not warrant the Nuremburg War Crimes Trial? The Nazis warned that if you killed one German, they would kill an entire village. Oradour-sur-Glane is one example. In retaliation for the killing of one Nazi officer 642 French civilians were massacred.
The economy of the world is dependent on black gold, oil that is. Saudi Arabia has the largest pool of oil reserves. The desert kingdom is awash with oil. The second largest known reserves are beneath the soil of Iraq. However, in the 1970s, evidence began to accrue to suggest that beneath the Caspian Basin and in the adjoining Central Asian states of Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, and Uzbekistan, lay incredible huge pools of oil, perhaps as much or more than the total reserves of Iraq.
Not too long ago a friend invited me to her daughter’s birthday party. I had a wonderful time, but as I watched the children play a sadness fell upon me. The cognitive dissonance was over. I had learned a few things over the last few weeks about human nature, about power and secrecy, about monsters portrayed as heroes and heroes portrayed as monsters.