Half Audio: Jay w/Patrick Henningsen – Germanwings, Yemen/Iran and Transhumanism

Patrick Henningsen of the Sunday Wire returns for a graduate-level podcast packed with hard-hitting geopolitical information you won’t find elsewhere. As a middle eastern veteran, Patrick’s analysis is not watered-down.  After discussing the recent plane fiasco, we move to the issues of Yemen and Iran, and then considerations of the expansion of artificial intelligence propaganda…

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007 Secrets: SPECTRE

Originally posted on Espionage History Archive:
The newest film in the 007 series will be titled SPECTRE, a fitting reference to the real cabals and cartels that rule the world. Indeed, SPECTRE is presented early on in From Russia with Love with this very feature – they are international, as opposed to SMERSH being Russian, and play nation states off against one…

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Interview with a Soviet Spymaster

Originally posted on Espionage History Archive:
KGB Maj. Gen. Yuri Ivanovich Drozdov is known as a “living legend” of Soviet intelligence. Having himself operated as an illegal under German identities, Drozdov worked as the KGB resident in China and the United States before eventually becoming the head of Directorate S, the famed illegals, where he…

Kwik Stop.

The ’84 Somerset Carnival – A Short Story

By: Jay [A short story I’ve played with as chapter one in a longer tale. -Jay] (c) copyright “It’s bad Juju man, seriously,” Krik warned. “Bad Juju? What the hell are you talking about? Is that what your mom told you after she heated-up the family a quaint American microwave gumbo special?” Mark laughed. “Nah…

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Full-Spectrum Cynicism

Originally posted on The Soul of the East:
Encapsulating his view of the essence of politics, Vladimir Lenin famously asked “who, whom”, that is to say, what matters in power relationships is who does what to whom. Under the elaborate trappings of abstract, supposedly universal morals, this brutal and obscene maxim has long been the…


DAMAGE CONTROL: Does Cobain Doc ‘Montage of Heck’ Whitewash the Singer’s Death?

Shawn Helton 21st Century Wire The upcoming documentary Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck, promises a ‘revealing glimpse’ of the iconic front-man from the 90′s group Nirvana. However, one should consider the timing of the new film’s release and examine the primary motivation behind it – as the documentary neglects to discuss any of the alarming forensic details observed…

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The KGB’s Intelligence School

Originally posted on Espionage History Archive:
KGB Lt. Gen. Leonid Vladimirovich Shebarshin (1935-2012) was an experienced specialist on South Asia and Iran and would become the last chief of the Soviet KGB’s First Chief Directorate (Foreign Intelligence) in 1989. In his memoirs, Shebarshin recalls his time training at the KGB’s 101st Intelligence School in 1962.  101…

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The Great Betrayal

Originally posted on The Soul of the East:
In the twilight arena of international espionage, one name more than any other evokes an image of patient, masterful treachery, the insidious presence of the enemy in one’s own inner sanctum. No matter the country they serve, generations of intelligence and counterintelligence trainees have been expected to…

The eye takes on a new meaning here. The retinal scan.

Minority Report (2002) Esoteric Analysis – Pre-Crime is Now Here!

By: Jay Spielberg’s Minority Report is now an important film to revisit.  Based on the short story by visionary science fiction author Phillip K. Dick, Spielberg’s film version implements an important number of predictive programming elements not found in Dick.  Both are worth a look, but the film is important for JaysAnalysis, since now 13…

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Individualism vs. Personality

Originally posted on The Soul of the East:
In a West that declines as surely as the course of the sun, opponents of the incipient World State often define the modern situation as a dialectical struggle between collectivism on one side and individualism on the other. Usually “collectivism” is meant to define any manifestation of…

God has made worlds of worlds, and infinite infinities. He Himself is the Absolute, Personal Infinity, Aleph Nought.

The Philosophy of Creation, Darwinian Evolution and the Absolute

By: Jay One of the most difficult things for people to readjust to is the counter-intuitive (or seemingly counter-intuitive) worldview in modified Platonism that I often refer to.  This reorientation shifts one’s entire perspective on the outer, external world, rendering it again a sacred space, infused with the Divine, as opposed to a brute, “material” realm…


SKULLDUGGERY: Staged Egyptian Executions in Libya ‘Expose’ ISIS Fraud Again

Guest Post: Shawn Helton 21st Century Wire In the latest highly produced video released by ISIS media arm Al Hayat Media Center, we see a very stylized event, complete with professional editing, positional audio and carefully planned multi-cam shots, producing shocking images that evoke an emotional response, rather than a rational one… The new ISIS propaganda video entitled…


TERROR EXPERTS: ISIS Video Depicting Egyptian Execution Footage ‘Faked’

Guest Post: Shawn Helton 21st Century Wire  Terror experts have ruled that ISIS video footage appearing to show the executions of 21 Egyptian Coptic Christians as being fake… According to Florida-based Terrorism Research and Analysis Consortium, the 21 Egyptian Coptic Christians purported to have been decapitated in the video entitled “Signed With Blood: To The Nation Of The…


Kingsman: The Secret Service – Ultimate Conspiracy Film?

By: Jay Spoiler Alert My date and I witnessed an interesting display this evening at the cinema – a bevy of ads for the new Hollywood blockbusters that contained one peculiar revelation that would relate to the feature film.  An “Intel Inside” ad for the latest market processor appeared – it seemed normal enough, yet I recalled something ominous: “Intel…


Game Over

Originally posted on The Soul of the East:
The Jargon of Game Theory While suffering under the information barrage wrought by mass media, a question arises in one’s mind: exactly how many words are there in the media vocabulary? For, when it comes to treatment of serious subjects like the economy and politics, the words in use…

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The Zero Theorum (2015) – Guest Analysis

Guest Post: Aaron and Melissa Dykes Truthstreammedia.com It was a subtle and quick moment in the film, but one worthy of pointing out. Terry Gilliam’s latest The Zero Theorem portrays a near-future society run by scientific materialism, a place where hyper-stimulation through the ever-present telescreens, billboards, targeted advertisements that literally follow you down the street, pop…