Friday, June 28, 2013

Saving something for the sake of the sarcasm in it.

My only quibble... shouldn't that read, CIA News? Not that their stories couldn't possibly be true. It's just, people might want truth in advertising and all that.

Quite a story, huh?

No word yet on how he knew to schedule the attacks to coincide with so many drills... I'm not sure that even Metabunk coincidence theorists are up to the task on that one. But anyway, Osama's apparent theory about his own conspiracy: "We didn't even intend and conspire to destroy the towers. But then, we did!" Pretty amazing that this genius mastermind apparently knew that they would collapse from two planes hitting them after he began conspiring to "destroy the towers," too. I'd imagine that from the perspective of coincidence theorists he must have known that the jet fuel would burn hot enough and that planes would hit in the right place to cause a pancake effect and so on and so forth. Or was all that just luck and happenstance? Amazing how he could incorporate that much luck into his conspiracy according to this CIA/CNN transcript, if so.

Still, a little more explanation and technical detail might be nice from the CIA/CNN and Osama with respect to all of this, other than just: "So then once I conspired to make the two towers collapse with two planes and got lucky with 7.... we sent Atta in... but I forgot to tell him not to leave his Koran in the car... and then we partnered with Iraq to do some Anthrax attacks too... unless you can prove that we didn't... uh, or somethin'.  Well, I hope that you're deterred from attacking Iraq based on our conspiracy anyway."

He also apparently mumbled something about Bush being corrupt... but how did "the base" actually get their men into the country?  Oh, that's right.  It doesn't really matter when you're writing a modern mythology for "the base" of each political party in America.  

37. Centers of Power

Metabunk 6/28 (2)

[QUOTE]Why put this in water supplies at all??[/QUOTE]

There's no real answer to that, other than people are easily incorporated into having a Nazi Inc. mentality.  At least we already have the symbol of the fasces on the Right and the Left in Congress, huh?  Kind of ironic, given that some Americans originally thought fluoride was a Communist plot instead of an artifact of their own corporatism.  "Communism" and "Fascism" are some pretty wide categories themselves, generally produced by Masonic networks and members of the ruling class that like to pose for pictures with their "hidden hand" and so forth.  Right or Left hand... I mean, political group... it doesn't matter.  It's the magic of perceptions among "the base" that matter.   

[QUOTE]I don't understand why there's any debate...[/QUOTE]

There probably shouldn't be, really.  But I think you'll find that many "scientific" debates can be manufactured with the best PR that money can buy. 

Meanwhile, if people are actually interested in dental health and have come to the collective conclusion that they're saving their teeth by drinking minute amounts of industrial waste and so forth then they should take a look at the empirical work of Weston Price.  Because it's not as if indigenous people groups all had cavities or necessarily had their teeth fallout before people living in cities came to the collective conclusion that everyone should drink minute amounts of toxic substances to save their teeth and so forth.


Maybe after people in the Big Apple of the forbidden fruit ban sodas that are too big to drink, then the city dwellers* teeth can be saved?  Or is the thinking that dumping minute amounts of fluoride in the water used to make the sodas... saving teeth?  People.  The crowd.  Can't live with them and can't live with them... no wonder we all have to go the way of the Dodo eventually.

*Some might think it better to be a shepherd and a herdsman like Able, than a city builder like Cain with his agriculture... huh?  I can't believe that modern builders and rulers of civilization actually built a statue of Liberty/Lucifer next to the Big Apple to look down with baleful eyes on 911 and so forth.  Of course, a "they" or group of conspiratorial masterminds hardly even exist.  An entity like that doesn't need to "exist," as there seems to be a the group mind based on the choices of how you're incorporated into things and share communion with others, I'd imagine.  There's no escaping the group and spiritual realities either way, it would seem.  Anyway, still not sure about the brilliant idea of building things the way people do... is the One World Trade Tower scheduled to be finished soon?  Or is that on July 4th, as patriotic as the idea of One World in a United State is among both neocons and neoliberals these days... in these old, so old... United States? 

You know, Luciferianism and the Illuminism of "light bearers" and all that would just be entertainment and new age mumbo jumbo... until  a new type of order emerged from the chaos/"mumbo jumbo."  But in the meantime, why do city dwellers and "rock stars" and so forth usually seem to like entertaining themselves with Satanism, anyway?  Aren't there other forms of entertainment, other works of art and statues that could be built and so forth? 

When it's all just entertainment nothing can be taken seriously, except when it's time to pay and sacrifice to produce the show.   

Rambling with some evidence...

Veterans were also shot dead at other locations during the demonstration. President Herbert Hoover then ordered the army to clear the veterans' campsite. Army Chief of Staff General Douglas MacArthur commanded the infantry and cavalry supported by six tanks. The Bonus Army marchers with their wives and children were driven out, and their shelters and belongings burned.  --Wikipedia
A few profit -- and the many pay. But there is a way to stop it. You can't end it by disarmament conferences. You can't eliminate it by peace parleys at Geneva. Well-meaning but impractical groups can't wipe it out by resolutions. It can be smashed effectively only by taking the profit out of war.
   The only way to smash this racket is to conscript capital and industry and labor before the nations manhood can be conscripted. One month before the Government can conscript the young men of the nation -- it must conscript capital and industry and labor. Let the officers and the directors and the high-powered executives of our armament factories and our munitions makers and our shipbuilders and our airplane builders and the manufacturers of all the other things that provide profit in war time as well as the bankers and the speculators, be conscripted -- to get $30 a month, the same wage as the lads in the trenches get.  (War Is A Racket by Major General Smedley Butler)
  The neocon Zionists and globalists would love that idea, huh?  I guess it's a matter of level of intelligence though.  Just like we sacrifice or slaughter animals for our own ends, usually to the degree that they lack intellect... the sheeple that are busy with trampling each other to death at Walmart Inc. or putting each other in Corrections Corporation of America for no reason will have to be sheared or slaughtered at times too.  At least, that seems to be logical from the perspective of "psychopaths" and the ultimate ruling/measuring class of the sheeple.  Although, it's not logical from the perspective of the Lamb of God that was the Good Shepherd instead of a psychopathic shepherd king of a pyramid scheme like the Pharoahs with their crooks trying to shear sheeple that they did not own and so forth. 

Interesting how many of those who claim to worship Him don't really get it or even care enough to think about it. 

Too bad, as it seems that many on the "right"eous Right will have to head in the direction of the "profane" goats on the Left that they seem to hate so... due to a lack of caring:
When the Son of Man comes in his glory, and all the angels with him, he will sit on his glorious throne. 32All the nations will be gathered before him, and he will separate the people one from another as a shepherd separates the sheep from the goats. 33He will put the sheep on his right and the goats on his left.  Bible
But even their own religious symbolism is probably meaningless to many sheeple at this point.  It's too bad.  Because apparently it's not a matter of intelligence, it's a matter of caring for other people at whatever level of intelligence you find yourself at.  Which is why it might be a good idea not to have corrupt politicians and leaders attending Cremation of Care ceremonies or entertaining themselves with mock human sacrifices/holocausts and so forth.  But... what are you going to do when wise men reject the Christ and become stupid about things?

Metabunk 6/28

[Sheesh... this ramble really needed some work.  Maybe I'll go back through it... but probably not.]

Problem is, when people begin with this skeptic/metabunk vs. bunk (or conspiracy theorist tribes vs. coincidence theorist tribes stuff) instead of beginning with science and the empirical and experimental evidence while being open to crossing from one tribe to another then they aren't real "truthers" or real skeptics and debunkers. I'm not sure what the big deal is in the minds of many is with respect to using their imaginations is, though. It's not like one individual on the internet switching tribes or crossing back and forth is going to change the entire world before they go the way of the Dodo. So why not focus on all the evidence and begin by being open to all possible theories, no matter what tribe the information/"evidence" comes from?

After all, even "criminal" tribes/gangs or the organized gangsters who pay PR firms to lie for them and intelligence services to manipulate perceptions for them could be right about a lot... even if they're "usually" lying.  Even conspiracy theorists that never met a pattern that they couldn't imagine being totally true could be right... even if they're "usually" crazy.  And even coincidence theorists that never saw an artifact of sentience that they couldn't imagine as a collection of random dots arranged by happenstance could be right...  actually, no they couldn't.  Hah.  They're the only people that you can be certain are wrong.  Based on a way of thinking that's been given to them in modern times, such as it is, you could do this based on your own ordered brain events emerging from a void of nothing but chaos... """""randomly."""""  Imagine that!

All is Number”. ― Pythagoras 

Thursday, June 27, 2013

Metabunk 6/27 (?)

Ironically there are factions/tribes within his nation that have a supremacist and globalist mentality, at least to the same extent as the Twelvers or factions in Iran do.  So what's the big difference between Israel having nuclear weapons and a "Sampson Option" and so forth and the Iranians/Persians?  Other than Zionism and the fact that the Bible includes a story of a deception* in which a lot of Persians were killed and so forth.  Or other than the fact that people in Israel know how to treat women better and so forth?  What's the real, relevant difference?

It seems to me that the difference is a form of geopolitics that itself traces back to an American/militaristic/fascist ideology of pure power and control, "full spectrum dominance" over the entire world.  And that's the extent of it.

*Netanyahu may say that 911 was great for Israel and Israelis may celebrate what happened on 911 but it actually seems unlikely to me that they could pull off everything that went on under the baleful eyes of the Statue of Liberty/Lucifer/Apollo that fateful day.  What if 911 caused America to turn on them?  Then it wouldn't be worth celebrating, would it?  Of course, I look at the symbolism of things and most people don't.  So I'm probably the only one imagining that Jewish people should probably watch out for "scapegoating" by the real ruling class, along with the rest of us.  Because once a more global tribe forms and they decide that someone needs to be scapegoated.  Well.

If prominent Jews would stop saying that 911 was basically the best thing that happened to them and/or celebrating it in some way, that might be helpful.  Seriously.  Shrug.  People never learn.
In the Bible, the scapegoat was a goat that was designated (Hebrew לַעֲזָאזֵֽל ) la-aza'zeyl to be outcast in the desert as part of the ceremonies of the Day of Atonement, that began during the Exodus with the original Tabernacle and continued through the times of the temples in Jerusalem.
In psychology and sociology, the practice of selecting someone as a scapegoat has led to the concept of scapegoating.  .... 
"And Aaron shall cast lots over the two goats, one lot for the Lord and the other lot for Azazel."1
Footnote [1] 16:8 The meaning of Azazel is uncertain. ESV
Alternatively, broadly contemporary with the Septuagint, the pseudepigrapical Book of Enoch may preserve Azazel as the name of a fallen angel[5] and from the Targums onwards the term azazel was also seen by some rabbinical commentators as the name of a Hebrew demon, fallen angel, or pagan deity.  --Wikipedia
 When the Son of Man comes in his glory, and all the angels with him, he will sit on his glorious throne. 32All the nations will be gathered before him, and he will separate the people one from another as a shepherd separates the sheep from the goats. 33He will put the sheep on his right and the goats on his left.  Bible
It's all always symbolic, except when it isn't.

Dr. Judy Wood at New Horizons - Where Did The Towers Go?

The toasted cars and so forth are interesting... unfortunately, this may ultimately be the best "theory."

Which probably means that there's pretty much nothing to be done about anything at this point.

Metabunk 6/27 (2)

Something that might be hard for you and other utterly "flat minded" people living within the current pyramid scheme to imagine. 

Decent, good, honest, caring... but still, simple minded. 

Yet imagine if you were ultimately going to be like the "Most High" and sit at the top of the pyramid scheme to rule/measure a world of evil, then you might need to become one of the least of these within it to acquaint yourself with being simple minded too.  We usually don't have leaders or a "Prince of Peace" that has done that, not in the least.  There's a lot of mythologies and a lot of PR* and so forth and sometimes people imagine it happening but it usually doesn't really happen.   It's probably used in PR because people know that it might be a good idea or model to try to follow.  Idealists. 

Too bad it usually doesn't even come close to happening in reality, though.  And when it does, the people that really moved toward making it happen on this side of the heavens usually wind up dead and crucified and so forth.  Just saying. 

*E.g. Obama representing a slave becoming the ruler and so forth, almost like the fruition of MLK's dream of the Promised Land that he could almost see for a slave born race.  People seemed to love that.  They always do, at least until they begin grumbling.  There they are now, entertain them.  Maybe that type of pattern will even be more real than it's ever been before in reality again, some day.  But in the meantime, people love to be entertained with the archetypal imagery produced based on patterns of that sort.

Metabunk 6/27

Side note, I thought that Albright joined the crowd saying that Osama was already dead a while ago... sort of like Benazir Butto did.  Anyway, it's a good thing that Obama basically killed Osama while pretty much looking through the eyes of Seal Team Six and so forth.  Isn't it?  Someone should go interview that doctor who was sentenced to 33 years in prison for "treason" by the secret societies, I mean the justice system of Pakistan about exactly what he thought he was doing and why and so forth.
Pakistan's quotes Mohammad Siddiq, a spokesman for the tribal justice system in the Khyber district, as saying Afridi "has been sentenced for 33 years on treason charges and has been moved to Peshawar central jail after the verdict was announced by the local court." 33 Years In Prison for Pakistani Doctor Who Aided Hunt for Bin Laden 

  Tribal justice leading to that sentence... at least there's some honesty in that, one might imagine.

Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Compromised: How the National Security State Blackmails the Government

Metabunk comment...

Michael Hastings, RIP.

Metabunk 6/26 (2)

Anyway, back in the real world... ever notice how you'd look "crazy" even if you make a prediction based on the symbolism of the language without metaphors (i.e. mathematics) and it didn't happen because it wasn't a self-fulfilling prophecy?

 So, the only way around "looking crazy" would be to design a self-fulfilling prophecy that you could eventually take credit for in the minds of others.  If you were interested in that sort of thing. 

In any event... apparently it's all symbolic, except when it isn't.


It is a HUGE family, please don't imply that business relations between a family member and the Bushes, is any thing more than just business. 
Of course, generally it's all just business... similar to organized crime, I'd imagine.

I'm not sure what people are imagining but HUGE organized crime families are often still full of "relatively normal" people that love each other and others too... except when they may occasionally have to kill people for one reason or another or create wars that kill a lot of people and so forth. Imagine it this way... when they're not being incorporated into killing people, they're often pretty nice people.

I have a suggestion to make to imaginary crime families/mafias though, if you're in one of those types of families and one of your family members has mental disabilities then it would probably be best not to have him try to play the part of the president on the political stage. There again, I still tend to like W. and most Americans did. Dubya. So there is that.

Fortunately for the Bushes, they didn't even wind up with someone playing the part of a villain in the corporate media like the Bin Ladens did. Imagine that.

Metabunk 6/25

It seems to me that the ruling class in America these days only "conspires" and naturally breathe together and resonate with each other for some ends (e.g. the wars produced by false profits) and not others (peace, caring, creating wealth, serving others). 

Maybe they've wound up attending too many Cremation of Care ceremonies where they enjoy imagining a little holocaust/sacrifice made by fire?  I'm sure it's all justified from their perspective, probably just letting off some steam with friends based on the theatrical production of a little mock human sacrifice or whatever. 

However, there are often people who have to pay for the show in reality when our political stars and governing bodies begin demanding more "shared sacrifices" from their base and so forth.     

Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Hits off of Zerohedge?

...wish I could comment there among people that seem more intelligent than usual.  Apparently "conspiracy theorist" isn't enough of a resume?

Sometimes I get tired of commenting places where people are usually just too ignorant and then I wind up writing to myself to have something to read.  But the Zerohedge zealots usually know what they're talking about even if many there tend toward the "right wing" or psychopathic side of the symbolic bird of prey that governs us all.

Shrug.  If the ritualistic aspects of 9 "11" are any measure then they'll have to wait a while on their investments.*  First the Right will collapse, then the Left... then the Center and the seat of wisdom will hold for longer than expected... and then it will be a Brave New World.  I.e. the United States that our Masonic founders built based on balancing the pillars of the Right and the Left in the brains between our temples will become more of a global, United State, united by trade.  It's happening already. 

I suspect that I'll have gone the way of the Dodo long before things really begin to go south, though.   
*Silver and gold are still denominated in dollars and the banksters have a controlling interest in that form of economic language too, don't they?  Yes, it would limit them in the sense that they would have to deal with the physical world again and they might not be able to work with corrupt politicians to monetize the entire planet and the air we breath and so forth as quickly.  But other than that, wouldn't "full faith and credit" in the symbolic source of their power remain?  Shrug.  I could be wrong.

Metabunk, Sandy Hook

It does seem odd that Lanza apparently "fell off the face of the earth" about three years before and so forth.  Shrug. The "official story" or the "official report" is still probably correct... or at least more correct than NWO aliens sacrificing kids in something along the lines typical to ancient pyramid schemes or whatever is on Youtube. 

I wonder if the mainstream media just reported on the knife attack in China around the same time because it resonated with sensationalistic stories at the time or if there's something to the ancient "astro logic" of "shared sacrifices."  Is the real ruling/measuring class of the world is demanding a shared sacrifice again?

Shrug... we wouldn't know if they were.  At least we're not like the Aztecs, misled by priests into thinking that we can move the sun across the sky with our sacrifices and so forth.  Apparently we content ourselves with "saving the planet," instead of engaging in the hubris of thinking that we can save the sun.... unlike those who thought that the earth was flat.*


*Although, you do have to wonder how they could encrypt the dimensions of the earth into their monuments if they were totally monuments to ancient forms of ignorance as many modern priests of knowledge would like people to believe.

Metabunk 6/25

Facts are not necessarily conclusive of anything by themselves but the interpretation of the facts is what counts...

I suspect that some people would rather imagine that facts are the equivalent of a theory or will "naturally" give rise to a theory on their own.  This is the opposite of Newton's view, as he viewed the Cosmos as a cosmic cryptogram.  Yet the "natural" view seems to be the mentality of those who believe in the "order out of chaos" creation myths that emerged out of the Masonic and secret society networks of the Darwins that helped produce the eugenics movement and some of the first scientific dictatorships and so forth.  Interesting that modern creation myths themselves happen by happenstance to protect anyone that is conspiring... given that everything is often said to be explicable in terms of chance/chaos/nothing according to proponents.  It seems to me that this "order out of chaos" mentality leads to a huge blind spot with respect to recognizing intelligent agency or the fact that organisms usually "conspire" or camouflage the fact that they're sentient with the perception that they're not in order to prey on others or avoid being preyed on and so on and so forth.  Everything that is sentient "conspires," seems to me.


It seems to me that we need better conspiracy theories built up by "skeptics" in order to try to understand what's going on in the world.  But that would mean that the skeptics would have to be capable of being real skeptics on the one hand (Left?) and theorists (Right?) on the other, almost simultaneously.  You can get your hands mixed up sometimes... and then it's hard to remember which side of "the base" is symbolic or right.  "Fool me once..."  --W.   Could Bush read and write, right?

  Anyway... I'm glad he didn't wind up as a scapegoat, even if he was apparently left to read about Pet Goats by "right wing" zealots and so forth.

Off topic 6/25

If you're not on the terrist lists that dual citizens usually like to try to create or under surveillance, you're probably insignificant.  I hear that is under investigation by the FBI and so forth, though.  So they're probably significant.

Delaware Lemming is probably pretty safe though...  as people always are, until the day that they aren't.  

If you do what you’ve always done, you’ll get what you’ve always got.

Meh.  People in the past screamed about tyranny and so forth a lot and that had pretty good results as far as limiting and balancing the natural tendency of psychopaths to conglomerate in the ruling class.  Look at cultures where they don't have a history of screaming about things a lot and so forth, e.g. China... where psychopaths have often been left to run wild and destroy the lives of millions in the process. 

So perhaps it's best to fall toward the side of erring like chicken little* and so forth than not.  "The sky is falling!  The sky is falling!!!!"  vs. "Wait, it's still up there and the celestial stars of our governing bodies continue on their course?  Well, now I look like a fool, a madman and a prophet like Jonah for predicting disaster... but at least the sky is still up there with stars in it."     

*Did that mythology start with Disney?  You know, Disney Inc... the people that literally threw lemmings off of cliffs.  Because it's all symbolic and metaphoric for the illuminated, except when it isn't.

Metabunk, off topic...

It's interesting that many investigative journalists outside of America's corporate/mass media wind up in foreign nations. I could compile a list beginning with Max Keiser, Ry Dawson, etc. But basically, one could say it's in "our" collective interests to have the CIA assassinate them without trial and so forth.

The fact that it's possible to say that perhaps they should be assassinated (by the Company Inc.) reminds me of an interview with the whistle blower Catherine Austin Fitts, where she noted to a group of "activists" that if they took all the corruption and drug money away from the banksters and financial terrorists that it would be their 401Ks that collapsed in value and so forth. They may be the private banking cartel's "federal reserve notes" but apparently "their" money denominates "our" debt as American citizens*. Etc. So she asked them would they stop it all, if they could. And only a few hands were raised then... and that was among a group of activists taking an interest in it. Meanwhile, Honey Boo Boo America is busy with the business of trampling an individual to death at Walmart.** Stampede! And yet I'm to be blamed for being sarcastic about the herd or constantly slipping into writing satires, I suppose.

*So if the birther conspiracy types are correct, then Obama and illegal aliens may be a few of the only free men in America! Just kidding. Everyone is in debt no matter what side of the coin is flipped... because that's just the way money/debt is.

**Nothing against the herd or trying to form a better herd, I guess... after all, it's always made up of individuals too. But there again, maybe I do have something against all herds.

Metabunk thread

Off topic...

*E.g.:  We could have trillions of petrodollars "unaccounted" for at the Pentagon or the Fed could be giving trillions to foreign banks and it's still not "significant" until people begin to believe it is or focus on it.  (You have to give the modern owners of temples/banks this, apparently they've established the largest faith based system to have ever existed on the planet.)  The interesting thing about the NSA spying on basically everything is that it would open the door to insider trading possibilities and possibly lead to elements of the military industrial complex being a powerful faction for many reasons.  Seems unlikely that anything leads to having more power than maintaining the ability to create money/debt out of nothing, though.  Things might get interesting if what seems to amount to Wallstreet's business deal with the Pentagon/military industrial complex that infuses the bankster's "federal reserve notes" with value and so forth broke down for some reason.  A satire: "We just finally got new computers and figured out that we owe this much national debt/money?  Oh, do we.  Well, send the navy to the private banking islands where people keep putting their wealth... there's probably some '''''money'''''' there!" 

Not going to happen, it'll probably be a lot "messier"* for the average person in America and may even involve a lot of destruction if some of these old networks of wealth and the idea of monetizing the entire planet (and the labor and existence of everyone on it) breaks down at some point (before it finally happens in the end anyway.)   

*Especially the auxiliaries themselves, as they fight for a ruling class:  March of the Bonus Army
The Whiskey Rebellion  (After all, who did they owe their "money"/debt to? Who owed what to who, again?)

Monday, June 24, 2013

Metabunk 6/24

If the terrorism that the generals of 911 can't seem to stop no matter how many dots they're given to connect (like "conspiracy theorists" usually can and Metabunk usually can't) is caused by the intelligence services of the oligarchs then it's not going to matter how many dots or how much data they're given and so forth. They still wouldn't stop terrorism, although they might have more data for insider trading and so forth. Because they would be the traitors either letting terrorism happen or making it happen. Not that they would see it that way. The logic I've seen coming out of many incorporated into the military industrial complex goes something like this: "We're going to need another 911 in order to protect people. Honey Boo Boo America just doesn't get it and the danger we're protecting them from. Another 911... $afety first!" And that would only be traitorous from the perspective of Honey Boo Boo America, at least among those that die in the attack that's either allowed to happen or made to happen. At this point, others might say: "Yes. Kill some other people or let them die and be terrorized... to keep on keeping me safe! Yay for my safety!"

It isn't "traitorous" in the minds of those incorporated in the military industrial complex to fantasize about all they could do geopolitically or even culturally with another false flag attack. An event that would happen to legitimize their occupations* and probably wind up incorporating many into all the profits made by defense contractors while raising the profiles of generals and so forth. Apparently it's only "traitorous" when someone seeking to uphold the Constitution undermines the business of those incorporated into the 911 business model or their legitimacy and occupation as officials and generals and so forth.

*As opposed to what should actually happen if they're failures:
The principle of ministerial responsibility provides the most rudimentary and the most essential reality principle** for government officials: the sure knowledge that if catastrophes take place on their watch, they will be sacked. In an oligarchical system like ours, this is absolutely necessary to create a minimum common interest between security officials and the citizens. The alien neocon notion of martial law abolishes this reality principle by threatening to freeze the failed officials in power as a reward for their own bungling incompetence–or for their treasonous complicity. (9/11 Synthetic Terror: Made in USA Tarpley, Webster Griffin (2012-04-12))
**Contrast trying to focus on reality with:
The aide said that guys like me were "in what we call the reality-based community," which he defined as people who "believe that solutions emerge from your judicious study of discernible reality." I nodded and murmured something about enlightenment principles and empiricism. He cut me off. "That's not the way the world really works anymore." He continued "We're an empire now, and when we act, we create our own reality. And while you're studying that reality—judiciously, as you will—we'll act again, creating other new realities, which you can study too, and that's how things will sort out. We're history's actors ... and you, all of you, will be left to just study what we do."
So in the next episode of the theatrical production of war... can we have Dancing in the Mid East, as Stars Earn Stripes? Here we are now, entertain us. If only no one had to pay for creating the show for Team America, World Police in reality, huh?


Saturday, June 15, 2013


Friends, I'm not able to answer your phones. We can't keep up as the health staff. They attacked our medical room just a moment ago. My tears are not because of the gas but because of my anger. We don't know what they added to the TOMA water. Everyone's skins are swelling. It's easy to deal with the gas but what's in the water... They're not using it to scatter the people. Contact [with the water] is enough.My hands are swelling while trying to treat it despite the gloves. [Turkish Doctor, Twitter, ~5 mins ago]   Zerohedge
No word yet on Obama's views on the use of chemical weapons in Turkey and so forth..   if it was in the interests of Zionists then their political puppets would dance to a different tune.

Zerohedge... random comment

This reference to the now laughably discredited program of the FBI's to find sub-normal dupe patsies amongst the immigrant populatation... and give them weapons, instructions, and directions to the target has ...disrupted dozens of (theatrically produced)plots to induce Merikans to flop into their fearbunny suits... in order to set the psychological mood for a campaign of death and destruction in the middle east in the interests of a tiny terrorist statelet... whose dual-citiiZend operatives 'own' sham governmental 'security' services like FBI, CIA, NSA, DHS and so on... but you knew that! In one or other of your multiple-personalities which get triggered on command...just like the dupe patsies who you pretend to be so afraid of.... Comedy Central!..."plots against the homeland~"Obama "hates" whoever and whatever his controllers instruct him to... if he 'hates western civilization'... you can be sure you are working for the same cause as him.

Friday, June 14, 2013


Comment on coincidence theorists....

Ironically the notion of chance is a science/knowledge stopper, i.e. it is an argument which stops the study of cause and effect and progress in knowledge with respect to patterns and so forth. A scientific view rooted in the study of knowledge and cause and effect would be that the concept of is chance or coincidence are merely illusions brought about by an absence of knowledge.   For instance, some use a coin toss to illustrate the concept of chance. But if chance and coincidence is actually just an illusion brought about ignorance then it can be pointed out that if the trajectory of the coin, its mass, the force it was flipped with and so forth was all known then what people imagine as “chance” disappears as one advances toward a physical knowledge of how the coin will come to rest. 

The main reason that you'd need to invoke or maintain the concept and illusion of chance/nothing is if you were a magician and a charlatan trying to keep knowledge hidden/occult.  Note that the physical knowledge/scientia of how the coin will come to rest was generally formulated and given to people in the language of mathematics by an alchemist and end times "conspiracy theorist" with an interest in ancient pyramid schemes.  But he didn't have to do that.  Newton could have formed a secret/occult/hidden society and so forth or sought to be incorporated into them and the feats of magick they present to "the base" for wealth, mockery and amusement.  Just saying.

Chance/chaos is ignorance, yet it’s typical for supposed proponents of modern "skepticism" to argue as if chance/chaos brings forth order or that nothing is something* which has vast explanatory power with respect to absolutely all there is to know in the world. 

*Or... "order out of chaos," which is just another way of saying that the concept of nothing/chaos/abyss gave birth to something or is the equivalent of something.  Stated another way: "Equality with God, something to be grasped... by nothing but Apollo, lord of the abyss... i.e... .pretty much nothing."  You can state it however you want or act however you want or imagine what you will... but it never seems to be the equivalent of a state of being like: "I AM..."