January 29, 2012 12 Comments
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.
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: Read more of this post