Engineered Revolution as Geo-political Stratagem

Julius Caesar, first Emperor of Rome, following the fall of the Republic.

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 in fostering fake revolutions.  These revolutions are engineered by front groups for the purpose of controlling Eurasia.   This was the geo-political stratagem of the West which was announced years ago, and Zbigniew Brzezinski spoke of the necessity of controlling Eurasia to control the world for the American Empire.  Destabilization is the neo-conservative approach to this area, however, and if we recall last year, Henry Kissinger noted that we would see a series of acts of destabilizations in the Middle Eastern nations that were, in a large part, given impetus by color revolutions. 

The destabilization campaign then spread to Libya and other nations, which were also furthered by economic warfare.  The Libya plot to “kill Gaddafi,” of course goes back decades, but the entire Gaddafi scenario was scripted, in my estimation.   The purpose here, of course, is objective analysis, and not moralistic judgments, as geo-politics is not concerned with morals, but with facts: the is, not the ought.    These geo-political strategists operate in conjunction with the nexus of  Washington, Wall Street and the six largest mega-banks that have the military industrial complex in their employ.  The world isn’t multi-polar, it’s banko-polar. And so there is an Anglo-American establishment that uses the British model of espionage and cloak and dagger to remain in control behind the scenes as an international shadow government, with a series of front governments and leaders that operate in their employ.  Cursory examinations of mainline books on espionage and intelligence operations reveal this same pattern of puppet leaders and phony dictators, who sometimes get uppity and rebel, and are quickly replaced with a new frontman.   

Note that the neo-conservative model involved direct warfare propaganda, while the left-cover Continue reading

Conspiriana, Cloak and Dagger, and Retards

The sign of Harpocrates. SILENCIO!

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 no idea about the basics functions of cloak and dagger espionage operations in relation to governments historically, and private intelligence groups and think tanks in the modern era. It is hard to feel sorry for those who, even when told openly and forthrightly by the establishment itself that the system is a fraud, and that there are simple ways to beat it (like dropping collectivism, unplugging and reading books).  In fact, Lord Rothschild even tells you to buy gold.

 It’s also worth noting the abject failure of those without knowledge of the classics of western civilization to recognize or understand satire, as much of what I do here is satirical to those with a basic knowledge of comedy and satire.  Lyndon LaRouche is correct about this point! It’s all the more hilarious how many people watch my improv videos and read the articles here and take them at face value. It is interesting to note, in my estimation, that it is satire that marks a unique place in Western literary achievement, as opposed to merely having great works of tragedy.

Espionage, one of the key functions of government (and international corporations that are now larger than many nations) employ entire agencies to do nothing but conspire. A great example of this is the RAND Corporation and its war gaming theorizing and social engineering projects that have moved our nation in the direction of centralized economic planning and consumerism, as well as other operations revolving around nuclear release theorization. Herman Kahn, for example, most likely forms the basis of Stanley Kubrick’s “Dr. Strangelove” character, and is the source for the idea of the Doomsday machine. RAND is just one example among many of private organizations that exist to conspire and war game.

Ferris Bueller runs the Illuminati Super Beast Computer!

Dr. Quigley writes of the RAND Corporation and its influence in the realm of scientistic rationalization on page 842 of Tragedy and Hope:

“First news of the success of Operations Research in Britain was brought to the United States byPresident Conant in 1940 and was formally introduced by Vannevar Bush, as chairman of the NewWeapons Committee of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, in 1942. By the end of the war, the technique hadspread extensively through the American war effort, and, with the arrival of peace, became anestablished civilian profession. The best-known example of this is the Rand Corporation, a privateresearch and development firm, under contract to the United States Air Force, but numerous lesser organizations and enterprises are now concerned with rationalization techniques in political life, thestudy of war and strategy, in economic analysis, and elsewhere. Similar groups arose in Britain. One of the most complex applications of the technique has been Operation Bootstrap, by which the Puerto Rican Industrial Development Corporation, advised by Arthur D. Little, Inc., has sought totransform the Puerto Rican economy.

Persons interested in OP have organized societies in England(1948) and the United States (1949) which publish a quarterly and a journal. A great impetus has been given to the rationalization of society in the postwar world by the application of mathematical methods to society to an unprecedented degree. Much of this used thetremendous advances in mathematics of the nineteenth century, but a good deal came from newdevelopments. Among these have been applications of game theory, information theory, symbolic logic, cybernetics, and electronic computing. The newest of these was probably game theory,worked out by a Hungarian refugee mathematician, John von Neumann, at the Institute for Advanced Study. This applied mathematical techniques to situations in which persons soughtconflicting goals in a nexus of relationships governed by rules. Closely related to this were newmathematical methods for dealing with decision-making. The basic work in the new field was the book Theory of Games and Economic Behavior, by John von Neumann and Oskar Morgenstern(Princeton, 1944).”

In the last two years, I’ve acquired a pretty rad collection of espionage works to supplement the previous shelves of theology, philosophy, history, and literature. Conspiracy, you see, leads to espionage, which leads to geo-poltics and economics.  But what becomes quickly apparent in discussions with other is the utter ignorance most humans have in regard to the actual praxis of the workings of the world. In fact, a single book on espionage, even from the establishment perspective would clue one into the fact that things are not as they seem to be. Any standard work on espionage demonstrates that many of the common elements of what I’ll call “conspiriana,” or the lore that passes around under the heading of “conspiracy theory” is either true or based on truth. And the purpose here is not to wake up the masses: that is a futile effort. As Obama said, “Eat your peas.” But let’s examine some examples of real espionage operations that match up to “conspiriana” that come from mainstream books on espionage available at any bookstore.

In “T.J. Waters’” Class 11: Inside the CIA’s First Post-9/11 Spy Class, the author describes his exploits in the agency’s top recruits for field operations following upon September 11, 2001. The book lists all manner of covert operations that are common fare in “conspiriana.” Here is just a sampling: Continue reading

Media Foci Irrelevant: Implantable Microchips and Directed Energy Weapons

Old school airborne laser.

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 Ages was written in 1976 and mentions weather modification and the technotronic era that would arise, at that time still largely a staple of science fiction speculations.  He writes:

“In addition, it may be possible–and tempting–to exploit for strategic-political purposes the fruits of research on the brain and on human behavior.  Gordon J. F. MacDonald, a geophysicist specializing in problems of warfare, has written that timed artificially excited electronic strokes could lead to a pattern of oscillations that produce relatively high power levels over certain regions of the earth…. In this way, one could develop a system that would seriously impair the brain performance of very large populations in selected regions over an extended period…. No matter how deeply disturbing the thought of using the environment to manipulate behavior for national advantages to some, the technology permitting such use will very probably develop within the next few decades.” -pg. 57

And in the footnote,

“As one specialist noted, ‘By the year 2018, technology will make available to the leaders of the major nations, a variety of techniques for conducting secret warfare, of which only a bare minimum of the security forces need be appraised.  One nation may attack a competitor covertly by bacteriological means, thoroughly weakening the population (though with a minimum of fatalities) before taking over with its own armed forces.  Alternatively, techniques of weather modification could be employed to produce prolonged periods of drought or storm….(Gordon J. F. MacDonald, “Space,” in Toward the year 2018, p.34). “

The Department of Defense has on its own website the former Secretary of Defense, William Cohen, speaking candidly about these matters back in 1997:

“But as we’ve learned in the intelligence community, we had something called — and we have James Woolsey here to perhaps even address this question about phantom moles. The mere fear that there is a mole within an agency can set off a chain reaction and a hunt for that particular mole which can paralyze the agency for weeks and months and years even, in a search. The same thing is true about just the false scare of a threat of using some kind of a chemical weapon or a biological one. There are some reports, for example, that some countries have been trying to construct something like an Ebola Virus, and that would be a very dangerous phenomenon, to say the least. Alvin Toeffler has written about this in terms of some scientists in their laboratories trying to devise certain types of pathogens that would be ethnic specific so that they could just eliminate certain ethnic groups and races; and others are designing some sort of engineering, some sort of insects that can destroy specific crops. Others are engaging even in an eco- type of terrorism whereby they can alter the climate, set off earthquakes, volcanoes remotely through the use of electromagnetic waves.” (Source)

The public is still unaware even of weather warfare, much less other policy papers that have been written about microchipping the populace and inserting them into an actual matrix, including a microchip and/or brain implant. The document is public at FAS.org, and comes from the Air University of the Army War College.  This is a 2001 document, and even still the mainline public and academia will mock and deride anyone who mentions the existence of such things, while at the same time, other hands of the establishment announce these trends, while simultaneously selling it as a good idea.  It reads: Continue reading

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 the real ship shows many signs of funny business.

And, the apocalyptic film 2012 with John Cusack also showed a luxury liner sinking in 2012:

Tragedy and Hope and Economics

Tragedy and Hope, which doesn't exist.

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 someone in academia, it’s embarrassing, inasmuch as the library I work in has an entire row of works dedicated to globalism, globalization and globalist policy.  In this exchange I happened to have Carroll Quigley’s Tragedy and Hope on me, so I took it out and promptly read the famous quote from the well-known section:

“There does exist, and has existed for a generation, an international Anglophile network which operates, to some extent, in the way the radical Right believes the Communists act. In fact, this network, which we may identify as the Round Table Group has no aversion to cooperating with the Communists, of any other groups, and frequently does so. I know of the operations of this network because I have studied it for twenty years and was permitted for two years, in the early 1960′s, to examine its papers and secret records. I have no aversion to it or to most of its aims and have, for much of my life, been close to it and to many of its instruments. I have objected, but in the past and recently, to a few of its policies (notably to its belief that England was an Atlantic rather than a European Power and must be allied, or even federated, with the United States and must remain isolated from Europe), but in general my chief difference of opinion is that it wished to remain unknown, and I believe its role in history is significant enough to be known.” - pg. 950, Tragedy and Hope (1966)

He had not heard of Dr. Quigley, though this is a classic work of geo-politics.  I then pointed out that the Trilateral Commission’s own website discusses yearly meetings about “global economic governance.”  The reply was that I should leave the class if I am going to argue about it.  Ironically, the entire discussion started over whether education was tightly controlled from the top down, by the foundations and bureaucracies.  “Of course they are not,” he said, as I was asked to hush, and leave.   Yet Quigley’s book describes just such a control mechanism in place in all major spheres of influence.  In regard to education, R.J. Rushdoony’s The Messianic Character of American Education, as well as the work of Charlotte Iserbyte show very clearly the subversion and co-opting  of education for the purpose of mass control.  In fact, Tragedy and Hope discusses Lord Milner’s Round Table Groups, upon which the RIIA and Council on Foreign Relations are based.  Quigley writes:

“The powers of financial capitalism had a far-reaching plan, nothing less than to create a world system of financial control in private hands able to dominate the political system of each country and the economy of the world as a whole… Their secret is that they have annexed from governments, monarchies, and republics the power to create the world’s money…  -Ibid., pg. 324 Continue reading

Kierkegaard’s Existential Despair and Western Dialectics

A religion identified as a sickness, where despair is blessedness? I'll pass.

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 down as he realized the finitude and emptiness of his own being. Ever since, the West has been in a dialectical battle with itself, as philosophy works out this same tension present within each man

A man confronts himself, as Kierkegaard says, the essential self is the transcendence of the self as related to itself. This self is spirit, and it’s important to notice the correction Kierkegaard thinks he is rendering to Hegel. For Hegel., the universal is the real, and the ideal alone is real. Where Kant erected a boundary between the individual mind and the noumenal realm, Hegel sought to tear down that divide by making the ideal and the ideal alone, real. This rationalist project is rejected by Kierkegaard, and turned on its head.

The actual universal confronted by man is death, and man’s confrontation with death demonstrates to the individual his own finitude. Finitude and the infinite eternality of death or the next life, is thus a dialectical struggle for man. In The Sickness, the self is spirit, and appears to be modelled after the Augustinian conception of the trinitarian analogue of man’s being, which is based on the relational definition of the divine persons. In that Augustinian and Thomistic scheme, Person is relation, but for Kierkegaard, the true self is that which transcends the dialectic of self in relation to itself, which is held captive by the determination of despair, occasioned by an outside force being allowed to determine the self.

This will clearly lay the ground for Sartre’s distinction between being in itself and being for itself, where the individual is condemned to be free, and must not hide behind various collectivist masks and facade identities, exteriorly determined. Despair is the means by which one reaches this conversion, if you will. Part of the difficulty here is the desire for man to escape from a philosophy in which he is determined, and his own being is conceived of as inherently evil. This notion derives from Manichaeanism, and characterizes the belief system of the younger Augustine, prior to his conversion to Catholicism. Continue reading

Strange Sound Phenomena: War of the Worlds PsyOp

Tripod sound the same as the “strange sounds”

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 tossed aside.  And, to those who pay attention, it won’t be.  When we consider the continuum that is the totality of the fictional world (including modern film especially, and the real world (which encompasses) the fictional, we see, as Umberto Eco has explained, a reciprocal relationship between the two.

Since those at the top have been aware of this for a long time, control of fiction and then foisting this into the real world is a tremendous tool of social engineering.  In this instance, when we look at the fictional story, it is an apocalyptic alien story that is chosen because H.G. Wells was a globalist visionary who helped plan the coming New World Order.  In the narrative, the aliens end up killing a good portion of the earth.

Population control is central to the elite plan, so it’s entirely possible that the populace is being told by the standard “hidden in plain sight” approach to look to H.G. Wells and the coming war of the worlds, which, has several levels of meaning.  One one level, it’s a possible third world war, and on another level, the war of the elite against the masses, signifying a coming bio-release or some other mass weapon.

This then suggests a human origin to the sound for the purpose of psychological warfare and the engineering of an attitude of perpetual fear and paranoia.  Psychological warfare is geared toward making the enemy lose in his mind first, before the battle begins or continues.  In the film Hugo, there are all kinds of symbolic and esoteric messages being sent (an analysis is forthcoming), but one interesting element is that it takes place in Revolutionary France, and the focus of the revolutionary impetus converges in the film director.  Continue reading

From Theology to Geopolitics and Economics

Oswald Spengler's classic, The Decline of the West

By: Jay

I am frustrated.  For years, I have dedicated a large portion of my time to research, and am constantly lectured by the clueless on topics of which they are clueless. This is especially true if you are in academic circles.  However, I understand that this is part of learning the world and how it works.  Nevertheless, though I spent years studying theology and religion, which was then supplemented with philosophy and history, I have branched out into espionage and tradecraft, geo-politics, race and economics.  The last few years have been spent immersing myself in those last four, and to be perfectly honest, I am particularly adept at gaining mastery of subjects very quickly.  I would in no way claim to have mastered these last four, as they are immense subjects.  Within three years, though, I have already read several key works in all four, and so I’m comfortable discussing them openly.

The point of this post is not to brag: I don’t have to. The point here is to mention that, as a remedy to frustration and as a means of growing in knowledge and interaction on more pertinent subject matter than merely films (though the film analyses will continue), I’ll be discussing new issues.  I am going to write more freely on my thoughts on a variety of issues, expanding that title “analysis.”  I do not at all profess mastery of these subjects, but I am becoming fluent in them.  On top of that, I am sick of being lectured by those who haven’t even branched out of their own narrow field of study.  All things are related, and all these subjects, as well as life experience, are interrelated.  Modern education is fragmented and no longer teaches a “worldview,” which was the whole meaning behind the word “university,” as Newman wrote.  Because all things are related, analysis should therefore include as much as one can fluent write about.

As I dove into geo-politics and race, I began with standard libertarian and conservative works back as far as 12 years ago, but in the last three years branched out into much more technical and numerous classical works on statecraft and civilization studies.   Aldous Huxley was instructive, insofar as The Perennial Philosophy makes lucid the kind of globalist philosophy he envisions.  Also relevant was Hegel’s work on the state, which point to a monolithic positive theory of absolutism wherein the individual is an atom of the whole to such a degree that personhood is not accorded to those outside the state.  Philosopher Charles Taylor has some good assessments of Hegel’s political theory, which can be seen as the precursor to modern absolutist fascism, as well as Marx’s statist stage of communism.  Marx was, of course, a Young Hegelian.  Collectivism seems ingrained in the mass man.  Indeed, Mussolini wrote defining “fascism” in regard to this “positive” action on the part of the state (as opposed to the Enlightenment liberal idea of the state’s existence being “negative,” merely restraining forces): Continue reading

Footloose (1984): Absurd Analysis

Teen millworkers of the world, unite!

By: Jay

Baconista: n., A dance, dance revolutionary.

Footloose is fabulously absurd: a butt-cut Kevin Bacon is swept up into a revolution that overthrows church and state. However, this is no classical union of the proletariat: this is a revolution fueled by music. The Beatles? The Sex Pistols? Metal? No, a revolution of Kenny Loggins, Shalamar and Foreigner. The absurdity lies precisely in this—the adults in this near-Denver town are afraid of soft 80s pop.

Note, however, that the town chosen is somewhere near Denver. I have mentioned elsewhere the importance of the Denver locale in certain films and novels, and my reading of Footloose is essentially that of a vague formula for revolution through music. Kevin, “The Bake,” arrives from Chicago and mystifies the locals with his cavalier attitude and free-flowing gymnastic jocularity. In fact. The Bake is able to dance like no one’s business when alone in a factory at midnight (following upon one beer and one cigarette). The film was actually shot in the Mormon-named city of Lehi, Utah.

The Bake gets a job at the local mills, so we know he is a working class revolutionary, and not part of the bourgeoisie. This gives him the requisite time to practice his flips and snag the town hotty, who happens to be the daughter of Rev. Lithgow who has a thirst for near death experiences and making out. Her name is Ariel, and Ariel is of course a reference from Isaiah for Israel. So the daughter of the male authority/patriarchy/God figure is Ariel, who is led astray by Pan, as a kind of pied piper. The pieces of the puzzle begin to fall in place. Pan is the ancient Greek god of woods, flute dancing, and sex. And dancing is a metaphor for sex. So Pan seduces the Ariel and overthrows the established order. Bacon’s character is named “Ren,” which is the Confucian expression of rightness, or a kind of golden rule. The Bake even teaches his redneck friend Chris Penn how to snap to a beat. Are there actually people who can’t snap?

(You also fry Bacon in a pan!)

So Ren/Pan represents equalization and “justice” against a supposed despotic Baptist theocracy that controls the establishment to the point of local cops being able to write tickets for teens attending rock concerts (?). Are there are any Baptist towns on theocratic lockdown? How is that actually possible, since Baptists believe in strict separation of church and state? I can’t imagine having to drive out-of-town to see Foreigner, and for that matter I can’t imagine seeing Foreigner, period. Meanwhile, Rev. Lithgow listens to Haydn, which we are supposed to believe is boring. Seriously? Kenny Loggins is superior to Haydn? Continue reading