Weapons of Mass Migration 40

Scott Creighton
willyloman.wordpress.com

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from the Huffington Post: Barack Obama posing for photo-op with cute little refugee girl to promote his Weapons of Mass Migration campaign

From the very beginning of the manufactured Refugee Crisis, I have been writing that it was created in an attempt to further destabilize a number of nations across the globe with a particular interest in the remaining semi-socialist European nations.

A book from 2011 written by Kelly M. Greenhill titled Weapons of Mass Migration: Forced Displacement, Coercion, and Foreign Policy published by Cornell University Press, sheds quite a bit of light on the subject of creating various crises in order to generate a number of refugees who can then be used to destabilize targeted nations in a variety of ways.

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False-Flag Terror: A Historical and Analytical Overview 48

Submitted by Kevin Scott King
TruthShock

Oklahoma City bombing, 9/11, London 7/7 bombings, Madrid train bombings, Osama bin Laden Capture/Death, 2011 Norway Attacks, Charlie Hebdo, Boston bombing, Sandy Hook, JFK, RFK, MLK, Pearl Harbor, Lusitania, USS Maine, Gulf of Tonkin, USS Liberty, Aurora CO shooting, Charleston church shooting, Tuscon (AZ) shooting, Port Arthur, AUS, all very real illusions.

falseflagThe purpose of this article is to break down false flag events into their parts, deconstruct them. In so doing then create a template on how to study an event and determine if it is a false flag. Normally when one thinks or speaks of a false flag event they are referring to the Main Event. This presentation is about the entire operation or plan of which the Main Event is but one part.

Note: What follows is but a brief or summary of a much larger project. I am posting this to the community at large to inspire others to turn this into a full fledged project which could include a website, presentation(video), and book. Further details can be found at the end of this article.

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On the Uncritical Nature of Contemporary “Critical” Thought 8

On this week’s episode of Real Politic University of California Davis Professor of Asian American Studies Darrell Hamamoto joins James again to discuss a wide variety of issues spanning from hamamotoorganized religion to public health, the politics of higher education and what passes for critical thought and analysis in today’s academy.

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What Does “Furby” Mean to Humanity? 5

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Professor Hamamoto

In this brief video UC Davis professor and self-described “Furby neophyte” Darrell Hamamoto unveils a brand new “Furby” toy. He further contemplates the broader implications of what cultural anthropologists are examining as “affective artifacts,” as he inaugurates his own deep Furby immersion/experience.

Hamamoto suggests that Furbies are an important techno-cultural example of how human beings–particularly children–are enticed to “download our language, culture, and historical memory to what are mistakenly treated as ‘toys.'”

Manufactured Terror in the Homeland 9

This week’s Real Politik consists of a pre-recorded conversation with RT correspondent and commentator Patrick Henningsen henningsenwith James Tracy that originally aired on the July 26 edition of Henningsen’s weekly radio broadcast, Sunday Wire.

Mr. Henningsen is also the founder of the exciting alternative news and analysis website 21st Century Wire.

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“Lone Wolf” Terror and the PsyWar on American Public Opinion 56

“The conscious and intelligent manipulation of the organized habits and opinions of the masses is an important element in democratic society,” Edward Bernays observed almost a century ago. “Those who manipulate this unseen mechanism of society constitute an invisible government which is the true ruling power of our country.” Bernays’ insight reflects the view of corporate statists he regularly commissioned with.

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Aurora Colorado Theater Shooting, July 20, 2012, [Image Credit: newscom.au]

Intertwined with complex public relations exercises, corporate news media’s role today has far less to do with informing the public than it does with maintaining a perpetual tension and anxiety throughout the body politic. Through such tension the citizenry will further gravitate toward or even consciously advocate for heightened police state measures now peddled a prerequisite for public safety.

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Acts of Unfreedom: Big Brother “Science” and the Psychology of Control 46

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June 2, 2015 — Obama signs The USA Freedom Act

“Liberty isn’t a thing you are given as a present. He who thinks with his own head is a free man. Liberty is something you have to take for yourself. It’s no use begging it from others.” – Pietro Spina in Bread and Wine by Ignazio Silone

The year made famous by George Orwell in his oracular novel, Nineteen Eighty-Four, has long come and gone. Commentators have had a field day expounding upon Orwell’s hermetic vision of a possible totalitarian world. Big Brother, newspeak, doublethink, now accepted parts of our lexicon, have appropriately been applied to various aspects of political life: the Patriot Act, spying, drones, cameras, media and government propaganda, etc.

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What Happened to the Music? 58

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By Patrick Murphy

Listening to James’ fantastic interview with James Perloff, I developed a thought. The topic was the bit just after the halfway mark, when he was talking about the history of television, and how the bad guys got those machines into our houses as a sort of Trojan Horse, a gift that anyone with a mind crafted in Western Civilization would look forward to receiving. Leave It To Beaver warmed our hearts; Lucy made us laugh. No one could object to the content back then. It was anything but the Devil’s Box.

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Intellectual Freedom and Managed Dissent 25

SofEOn this week’s edition of Real Politik James speaks with University of California Davis Professor Darrell Hamamoto. The two discuss the UC’s recent persecution of Hamamoto for his outspokenness on controversial issues in the classroom, the “managed consent” and orthodox nature of academic ethnic studies and multicultural programs, and Hamamoto’s most recent book, Servitors of Empire: Studies in the Dark Side of Asian America (TrineDay 2014).

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