February 21, 2013 4 Comments
Here is a general speaking at Cornell on the New World Order, which many of you still have no clue about. The general speaks to the idiot audience that also has no clue.
Serious Analysis of Cultural Trends and Geo-politics
October 16, 2012 4 Comments
Total systemic collapse is now inevitable. And since I daily encounter people who know me as a “conspiracy theorist” of some marginal note, I am going to document how and why the existing system is going to collapse. Most people have some vague sense that this or that party is doing X wrong and Y needs to occur, but most are still in the dark about the real machinations of world geo-politics.
Aldous Huxley spoke of making the slaves love their servitude in his famous Berkeley speech, and he put it in Brave New World, too. Because the public cannot accept the hard reality that their world is a complete farce and is a large, staged theater, the sensible thing the power elites (the big banks) have determined is to create a large laboratory – essentially a worldwide Disney test tube, where all things are tracked and traced and stored.
Tech nerds will think of Hari Seldon’s psychohistory in the famed Foundation series of Asimov and think of a grand, glorious scientific future, yet that is not what has happened. The system is run by eugenicists (missing in Asimov’s Foundation) who sit atop the head spots of pharmaceutical corporations and banks. They set up the OSS and CIA, based on the round table groups, which were created by British Intelligence. This British model continues today in shadow form, and even openly publishes and analyzes their own operations publicly, admitting that the terror is western-run. Mark Curtis is a former research fellow at the Royal Institute of International Affairs (the basis for the round table groups).
Mark Curtis’ book Secret Affairs is a great intelligence read. It chronicles the West’s funding of terror and Wahhabism from the earliest days, back to Lawrence of Arabia and the British Intelligence Middle Eastern micro-state creation. From the Ottoman Turks to Al Qaeda, the British have ever used the same model of destabilization with radical Islam, particularly in regard to keeping Russia at bay (and preventing both a Czarist and Soviet Empire). This is the origin of the classical term, “The Great Game,” in terms of control of Central Asia, which Brzezinski describes in The Grand Chessboard. Rudyard Kipling used it in his novel Kim, about Kim Philby, the famous British double (or triple?) agent leaking secrets to the Soviets. This is also the basis for the LeCarre novel/film, Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy. The Great Game continues today, in fact, as we see the Western Anglo establishment fighting proxy wars in Libya, Syria, Yemen, and others, as well as setting up destabilization movements in other Middle Eastern nations, which General Wesley Clark described would happen years ago. Read more of this post
August 7, 2012 3 Comments
What about applying philosophy to geo-politics and espionage? Is there a philosophy of propaganda and psychological warfare? What are 3D, 4D and 5Dimensional analyses? What is the “Great Game”? How does Ian Fleming and James Bond fit into this? Is there any relation between fictional entities like Bond and real psy ops and propaganda? How does semiotics relate to this? Is there a relation to the Venusian arts and pickup artists? What about Catholicism and Malachi Martin? –All this and more in the latest podcast installment.
October 22, 2011 2 Comments
Casino Royale (1953) is the first of Ian Fleming’s Bond novels, and since I’ve decided to write my master’s thesis on this classic series of espionage novels, blogging about the series would be a help to my own writing process. I’ll be dealing with the semiotic and propaganda effects of real events being fictionalized, and then the resulting impact and purpose of the fiction as it passes into mass media consumption. As Fleming himself noted, “everything I write has precedent in truth.”
This is crucial to keep in mind as one works through the novels and films, as it becomes clearer and clearer that Fleming, himself a top British intelligence agent, gradually reveals the means and methods of control and manipulation by the top of the pyramid. Bond himself is a cog in this machine, situated as the symbol of the loyal, western, capitalist hemisphere, battling what he discovers to be the evil Soviet anti-spy agency, SMERSH. SMERSH is a kind of Soviet “Secret Team” that proclaims “death to all spies.”
In the beginning, however, Bond is not after SMERSH, but a wealthy, disfigured rogue who stuck out on his own and created a “fifth column” from SMERSH, named LeChiffre. LeChiffre translates as “the cypher,” letting us know more is at work here. LeChiffre, according to Bond writer Ian MacIntyre, was based on British Satanist/occultist Aleister Crowley.
In fact, Ian Fleming, it has recently been claimed by researcher Anthony Masters, was responsible for crafting the plot to lure Rudolph Hess to Scotland based on a bogus astrological chart that tickled Hess’ fancy, created by Crowley. The plot worked, apparently, and Hess parachuted into Scotland and was captured. LeChiffre, “the cypher,” has curious features, and like many Bond villains a strange sexual appetite and fixation, in the same vein as Crowley.
Soon into the novel, Bond meets his first “Bond girl,” Vesper Lynd, who will double-cross him and be exposed as a SMERSH agent working under duress. What’s interesting is that a team of Bulgarian communists attempts to assassinate Bond with an explosive device soon after Bond arrives in the fictional Royale-Les-Eaux in Northern France. The explosion fails in its design, however, and a cover story is created, blaming in on leftist, communistic terror. Read more of this post