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Of Leaking Wikis and true lies…

December 1, 2010

Fascinating. One can see the average, linear mind reeling under such a barrage of opposites. Is he for real? Is it a set-up? Are we dupes again? Or might we yet be free because of this brave Ass.
Such brilliant moves, in this grand social engineering experiment, of which we are a part and this is moments before the curtain comes down. While seemingly being pulled aside. Now that is some vicious irony, but let’s leave that aside for the moment.
I can speak for the absolute power of propaganda via direct, prolonged and immersive experience in three distinct cultures.
Those would be India (my Homeland), USA Inc. (the other, new Homeland, so secure too) and Japan, where, through a quick tic-tac-toe via the occu-liberating American forces post 1945, the Tavistock Institute has demonstrated beyond doubt that ancient cultures can be erased, in a twinkling (in the larger scheme of things), by the tools of propaganda and by extension, deep social engineering.
In each of these countries (and countless others like Denmark as a shining example, Brunei another, long list), the oppressed has come to worship and blindly follow the ways and culture of their oppressor. In fact, it went so far that the oppressor nation became the icon of all things great and wonderful in  he world, to be emulated, even if in monkey see monkey do fashion, for that would count as progress and the practioner would be seen as progressive.
How masterful. If only they could completely oppress Islamic nations, we would see the self-same effect and in some bizarre Twitter world, that is already happening. But Islam, a religion in itself masterful at in-doctrination, has proven to be a tough nut.
Back on topic though, propaganda works. Analyzing feedback to advertising and news data (which by the way are pretty much the same thing now-a-days, at least in the three countries mentioned), will give any social engineering PhD a clear, statistical data-set to feed into a Scenario Analysis exercise (long on-going, now fully distributed worldwide,  especially Club Of Rome, 1972 ish onwards, when the model was fully computerized).
Society, luckily or by design of divide and rule, gives lots of leeway on both sides for the pendulum of public opinion to swing. The swingers are mostly, psychopathically un-moved by social consequences of such experiments. History is full of odious examples of the same.
So, Ass is a classic psy-op, in this time where psy-opping has reached heights that are both sublime and ridiculous at the same time. More and more, fact and fiction are merging. It is harder than ever, without having a keenly developed sense of self, which, by extension bestows you with a powerful BS detector, to tell right from wrong, truth from lie, fact from fiction.
Surely we all recognize that at this “end-game” time, all bets are off. We are now, mostly, slaves to media. Even if it is alter-media.
Driving vertical chasms between people (one sees the divide all the time in forums and comment sections on the internet), no one has “common” ground anymore. How can you?
You could well be an Obama Loving, Wall Street Hating, Precious Metal Hoarding, FIRE industry employed, Ecologically Conscious, Spiritually Aware, Under Educated, Over Studied, Physically Flexible, Mentally Stiff, Islam Hating, Jew Loving, Church going libertarian and see no in-herent conflict in such a mind-set  at all.
But common ground?

In a fractal world, we are as deeply divided with-in as we are with-out.

Here in India, even amongst the so called educated, the world is India’s to be had. India Shining they tell us (or rather blare at us), while you walk amongst crumbling infrastructure, testament  to an Industrial push gone terribly wrong.
Gordon (Gordon Duff, Veteran’s Affairs Magazine), in an earlier article, you mentioned India’s puppet role in the coming future. It is so true. We are a vassal state, Mossad is EVERYWHERE.  De-mobbed, culture destroying, naked, un-couth  Israeli tourists control the drug trade with an iron fist. In every Indian city, drug use has exploded along with the new-found surplus wealth sloshing around here, waiting to leave in a moment’s notice, but no-one here knows or cares. The change in India, compared to the time it took to completely  sub-due Japan, has been astonishing.
Nothing to do, really, except to look with-in ourselves, clear out the old, programming detritus and be ready to flow with the tides and trends, whose simultaneous collapse is upon us like a ton of bricks masquerading as Dancing Stars…

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29 Comments leave one →
  1. kathy permalink
    December 1, 2010 1:32 pm

    good read, ORI

    • December 1, 2010 2:00 pm

      Thanks Kathy.

  2. scout permalink
    December 1, 2010 3:15 pm

    Yeah I’ve been curious about this as well and am appreciative of Duff’s perspective on this. With each revolution of the Earth, we are one day closer to the great tribulation.

    • December 1, 2010 4:14 pm

      Indeed Scout.

      And you need to be of no particular religious or other persuasion to see that something is just not right.

      I subscribe to Duff’s thesis. Strange bed-fellows abound these days, eh?

  3. Green Leader permalink
    December 1, 2010 7:44 pm

    “Nothing to do, really, except to look with-in ourselves, clear out the old, programming detritus and be ready to flow with the tides and trends, whose simultaneous collapse is upon us like a ton of bricks masquerading as Dancing Stars…”

    Might as well read Bruce Lee’s “Tao of Jeet Kune Do”.

    That was his best advice right before engaging in combat: empty your thoughts, clear your mind, become like a doll that has no ego.

    • December 2, 2010 2:28 am

      The only way to being balanced Green Leader, all the time, imagine that!

      And funnily enough, we are currently dolls all stiffened up on ego.

      • Green Leader permalink
        December 2, 2010 3:11 am

        I just see the way our minds are being bombarded with information, disinformation, fear, change and wordly distractions, that is best to just purge and empty.

        My high school was at a Benedictian monastery. The Benedictian’s motto makes more sense than ever to me: Ora et labora.

        • December 2, 2010 4:32 am

          And what does that translate to GL?

  4. Green Leader permalink
    December 2, 2010 4:35 am

    Pray and work.

    Simple, isn’t it?

    I am getting ready to take off for mountain life. This motto will help.

    • December 2, 2010 4:53 am

      Ah! Nice…

  5. DavidPierre permalink
    December 5, 2010 7:27 am

    ORI:

    All this keeps reminding me of two books I read years ago…

    The Glass Bead Game {WikiLeaks ?}

    The final novel of Hermann Hesse, for which he won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1946, The Glass Bead Game is a fascinating tale of the complexity of modern life.

    The Glass Bead Game takes place at an unspecified date, centuries into the future and whose exact nature remains elusive and whose devotees occupy a very special school.

    The rules of the game are only alluded to, and are so sophisticated that they are not easy to imagine.

    Playing the game well requires years of hard study of music, mathematics, and cultural history. Essentially the game is an abstract synthesis of all arts and sciences. It proceeds by players making deep connections between seemingly unrelated topics.

    Siddhartha , {Julian Assange ?}, is Hesse’s more well known novel that deals with the spiritual journey of a boy from the Indian subcontinent during the time of the Buddha.

    Both are very enlightening: considering present events.

    • December 5, 2010 3:47 pm

      Hi Dave,

      Thanks for the Glass Bead Game referral. Never even heard of it, sounds fascinating. I’ll pick it up as I can. I’ve reached a point in my bibliophilical journey, where only highly recommended books get the buy/borrow and read treatment. 🙂

      Siddhartha has been read and re-read. Awesome perspective. The Germans have an interesting understanding of Indian Culture, given the closeness of Sanskrit and German (both really difficult languages to master and those looong words). Of course many other historical connects (Aryan-ness and all).

      I’m also looking to re-read the Foundation series (read them back in the mid-80’s). Revisioning psychohistory.

      The premise of The Glass Bead Game sounds fascinating. For some reason, GO keeps popping up in my mind’s eye.

  6. Linda permalink
    December 5, 2010 11:55 am

    I’m only glad I have lived long enough to read this miraculous post.

    • December 5, 2010 3:39 pm

      Linda, we’ve (I’ve) missed your inputs. Hope you are well, cobbing away!

      And coming from you, I take that as high praise, thanks so much.

  7. Vee Wong permalink
    December 6, 2010 2:38 pm

    Interesting…the see-sawing last few days about JA is conditioning us the sheeple? I couldn’t help but feeling there’s a hidden (not for long) agenda. Only a small part 250,000 out of what many millions cables? And already such a stir, and then the insurance bit…What a soup opera, at this juncture!

    Thanks for sharing.

    • December 6, 2010 2:58 pm

      Pretty interesting eh, Vee? So much head and tail faking and wagging.
      Bizarro, literally like a bad spy thriller from the 80’s, cold-war days.
      Only, in such an unstable system as we have today, what causes the tip could be this leaky business too.
      We shall observe, dis-passionately!

      🙂

  8. cathartes aura permalink
    December 7, 2010 12:36 am

    great post ORI – particularly liked:

    “We are now, mostly, slaves to media. Even if it is alter-media.”

    when we fully understand that every-thing we read, hear, watch on media, etc. is not directly experienced by us, only taken in as “hearsay” – the desire to “believe” all we think we “know” will be tempered with the awareness that almost every thing we think we know is hearsay. . .
    we all are pumped & inflated with second-hand learnings, from family to school to media. . . somehow what we choose to believe happens, but it’s being tested (severely!) now. . . what is it we THINK we KNOW? why do we believe that and not some-thing else?
    I’ve been writing about pluto moving into capricorn this past year or so, and what it represents archetypally – capricorn is what we build from what we believe (sagittarius), which of course, TESTS the belief structures. . . government / nationstates are capricorn, held together with (believed in) patriotism. . . the basis of this charade is “trust” – one is trained to trust their government rulers from birth. . . pluto destroys what was built, plows the fields under to create fertile soil for re-planting (after trust is violated, it will apply a keen eye to any new “ideas”). . .
    we’re still in the first few degrees of trust-destruction, but certainly nationstates are high on the list of betrayals. . .

    I like Green Leader’s path, purge & empty the mind, work & pray. . . it is the centering of the self in the now that holds the most truth – all else is distraction.

    of course, distraction is part of the play, and it happens, hehehh – but when all becomes overwhelming, time to trim the sail, cycle back to your center, the core of all realisation.

    • Green Leader permalink
      December 7, 2010 5:12 am

      I learned (experienced) something this weekend: that the heart needs to be healed before the mind can be emptied. Our minds will tend to fill themselves–with whatever junk, knowledge, information, or ‘hearsay’, as you have accurately described–just to attempt to quiet down the pain. And we cannot heal our own hearts, only the Creator can with His love and His Word–His vibrational healing sounds. It’s all about sound & love.

      What I mentioned about purging and emptying was a conclusion. Now that my heart has been healed, the time has come to just pray and work.

      A Seventh Day Adventist healer told me this a few weeks ago: that lots of people are failing these days because they want to fight Satan and the system instead of doing God’s work. How true.

      • cathartes aura permalink
        December 8, 2010 1:13 am

        I like that, despite the path, the roads do converge with intent.

        I too felt a deepening awareness this past weekend, re-minding me that I am not the driver of this vehicle as it careens along the path(s), but merely the witness. . . my teacher (advaita / non-dual) always said that it’s the task of the mind to think, that’s what it does, it cannot do otherwise. . . the heart can heal, self & then others, cyclically. . . eventually the witnessing of mind-thought & heart-heal will result in a shift of perspective, as you describe, towards observing all with a measure of detachment and acceptance.

        it’s the way of be-ing at one with all that is, no resistance.

        I see a lot of people wanting to change what they see OUTside of themselves, when in fact the only option is to adapt to circumstances presented to us, moment to moment, secure in the knowledge that the world will always hold perfection and chaos simultaneously, and we all cycle in and out of *this*. . .

        best wishes!

        • December 8, 2010 3:41 am

          Beautiful CA. And so difficult at the same time.

          And even on the outside, so much easier to de-stroy something rather that build, eh?

          “hold perfection and chaos simultaneously”… very nice.

          Great to have you back and inter-acting! 🙂

  9. Straykitty permalink
    December 7, 2010 3:38 pm

    You’re right. WikiLeaks and True Lies bring their own kind of perspective.

    Today I’m listening to the heavy sigh of the decade’s final winter — the ending of the first decade of the twenty-first century. Has it been that long since the man Bush set up this scenario? Was that the ultimate True Lie? What incredible things drift into my December memories…

    Our first great-grandchild came this winter — such a typical woman, refusing to leave her womb-like comfort for nearly ten months. Even now, she looks at out with week-old eyes that say, “I know everything!”

    “No, no,” I want to caution her. “Not everything.”

    Don’t be like me, I would tell her. Don’t see the things I see and have seen. Don’t habitually go for that old Find The Darkest Lining So You Won’t Be Disappointed kind of thing.

    Perhaps little Sophie won’t have to look at what I see this winter. In her 72nd Season, perhaps there won’t be a Wal-Mart. She might not look out at vast parking lots populated with vacant eyes and heavy, dreading bodies. Or smile back at round-backed women who have been forced from retirement to welcome people at the door.

    Will there be the black-tinted windows of a new SUV lurking in a subtle alley — scanning, running license plates in a tiny town of 280 people? Will she be one of those half-naked children trying to board an airplane with her parents? Will she read on the Internet about another astonishing Leaker brought down by a perfected, 2000-year-old Entrapment?

    A given: She will have grown up with the embarrassment of this nation. She will reap the aftermath of our wars that dot the world. So many nations ruined by our bombs. There is no escape. War is the new normal. Even at our farm a pair of peregrine falcons moved in for a violent two-week feeding frenzy this summer.

    Ah, but many wonderful things I want to show our little Sophie. There’s our youngest nanny goat who never fails to run up and nuzzle…the pair of gold and white Koi who loll at the lake’s shady edge…the shiny jars of blackberry jam and bread-and-butter pickles that line the pantry.

    So many things I want for this great-grandchild. I want her to be able to trudge to the mailbox on a hot summer day and to bend waaay down to find the cucumbers hiding beneath springy vines. I want her to be able to sample sweet figs from the bush and that oh-so-tart berry from the bush, and pick the pears that the squirrels would rob.

    But I and my generation won’t be here by then. What we have done with our lives will remain. Oh, my! I must give some thought to this.

  10. marc permalink
    December 8, 2010 4:15 pm

    trying to remain a skeptic, cynicism creeps…

  11. Green Leader permalink
    December 9, 2010 5:36 am

    A thought just came to my mind:

    What if all these global events are staged as a ‘marketing’ test?

    What if Wiki Leaks, gold & silver spiking, rumours of wars, the Banksters interviews–all this–is just staged to get a few sampling points in space-time?

    What if this is some kind of modelling and a place like ZH is applied software like the web bot, to test the reaction of a select few who think-tank in the financial world?

    What if?

    My first two jobs straight out of college where in environmental sampling. Sampling is everything. And designing the sampling is what’s all about in my profession (Natural Resources).

    Just a crazy thought from a worn out Green warrior…

    • December 9, 2010 3:10 pm

      Classic tin-foil awesomeness and you could be right and you could be wrong and you could be right and completely left (not behind), all at the same time.

      Shall we sub-vert it by speaking falsities?

    • Cathartes Aura permalink
      December 11, 2010 1:34 am

      hahahh, great one Green Leader!

      to which my reply might be: whichever you “choose” you get to “believe” and that will be your experience, *grin*

      really, what else IS there to call reality, but a certain limited belief-system that organises experiences into stuffs we think we “know”. . . when in fact, most of what we know, we believe because that’s our reality!

      Ultimately, it’s all consciousness at play, we are THAT, and within THAT, we each play our roles based on shifting perspectives / perceptions. . . as the great John Lennon sang:

      “So keep on playing those mind games together,
      Faith in the future outta the now,
      You just can’t beat on those mind guerillas,
      Absolute elsewhere in the stones of your mind,
      Yeah we’re playing those mind games forever,
      Projecting our images in space and in time. . .”

      30years this week, a saturn cycle in the infinite Point of View. . .

      • December 11, 2010 2:00 am

        There is reason, that which makes it all palatable, organizable, whole-ish, limited.

        And then there is THAT, which i am.

  12. scout permalink
    December 15, 2010 1:55 pm

    “He’s not going to do anything of the sort. He’s the establishment sanctioned anti-hero.

    People need to stop looking at any person to do what they want done so badly.

    If you have money in the bank, job in the FIRE, trade stocks and bonds and all of those other things, you are merely continuing to pay and play with and into the very system you so fervently want destroyed, with nary an idea of what might come after except vague pablums like liberty, fraternity, barter etc.

    The implosion of the FED will be a perfectly controlled event and you might find, to your shock and awe, that the very people you thought would “save” you might be some of the worst oppressors.

    It’s all with-in people. All with-in. No Ron Paul, no tea party, no other.”

    Looks like someone caught fire in the ZH thread re: ron paul. Amen Brother! All the world’s a stage…

    • December 16, 2010 2:47 pm

      It is indeed scout and it looks like this ain’t no mellow-drama we are watching eh?

  13. Mike burns permalink
    July 5, 2013 2:09 am

    Even more prescient today with Egypt on the verge of civil war. Good piece anadianant.

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