Engineered Revolution as Geo-political Stratagem

By: Jay Destabilization of regions is a classic tactic of political intrigue, yet most people think the color revolutions and “Arab Springs” are real.  Not only are they not real (although there are real discontents among the populace), the “springs” are revolutions that are engineered, with the recent trend including the implementation of social media…

Conspiriana, Cloak and Dagger, and Retards

By: Jay A male-run feminist sort of I don’t know what blog mocked several of my articles and sent a gaggle of rambling, incoherent “mainline” nobodies into my comments sections, who still rely on their electronic command and control propaganda boxes in their living rooms, to do  what TeeBee tells them. The moronic collective zombies have…

Media Foci Irrelevant: Implantable Microchips and Directed Energy Weapons

By: Jay Many of the modern debates we see in politics and on television revolving around social issues are themselves irrelevant.  What Obama is doing is nothing but pure theater, and the absurd tales of bin Laden’s “assassination” are scripted events that only serve to show the guillibility of the masses.   Zbigniew Brzinski’s Between Two…

Film 2012, Uncharted 3 (With Iluminist Symbols) Show Capsized Luxury Liner

Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception came out last year, and was full of Crowleyan and occult symbology, including Pan, the Enochian alphabet, hearkening back to 007, Dr. John Dee.  It also shows a capsized Luxury Liner, like we just saw in Italy, which contains elements of possible sabotage. The similarities are striking, including the fact that…

Tragedy and Hope and Economics

By: Jay I had a lengthy argument with one of my professors the other day.  I was told there is no Bildergerg Group, nor is there a Trilateral Commission, and they do not plan for a world government and single world currency.  Not only is this obvious to anyone who watches even the mainstream news, for…

Kierkegaard’s Existential Despair and Western Dialectics

By: Jay In The Sickness Unto Death, Soren Kierkegaard works within the scope of an Augustinian tripartite view of man, arguing that man’s existential dilemma is one of despair. Augustine is relevant, since he also underwent his own existential crisis in the famed “tolle lege” incident, in which his world of licentious pleasures came tumbling…

Strange Sound Phenomena: War of the Worlds PsyOp

By: Jay I noticed listening to the videos of the strange sounds that have been happening all over the globe, that in many instances they sound just like the Tripods in Spielberg’s version of War of the Worlds.  Since this blog examines the interplay between fiction and reality in film and literature, this connection should not be…