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Police State Descends on America……..things get nutty in India…

April 5, 2012


In case you thought we were winding down on high weirdness in the world, sorry. It’s getting weirder and weirder.

It’s basically The Truman Show ladies and gentlemen and we’re all in it.

One of the biggest tragi-comedies of our time is that it’s the jester’s calling the emperor naked and we want to take them seriously but cannot.

Do you see the cruel twist in that? That is masterful social engineering.

From the gravelly voiced insiders like Walter Cronkite, who used his Grave Avuncular Presence (GAP), to lead America by the nose for DECADES. DECADES.

And that was Decades ago.

And then there was George Carlin… See this Daily Bell article (excellent as always) and the attached video:

Yup, laughter, the great dis-tractor. Remember, in no scripture in HISTORY, has God laughed. Hmmmmmmmm…. wonder why. They smiled a lot. But laughter was always the cackle of the devil, d-evil…. ho ho ho!!! 😉

Anyways, For further Laughing Chills on a matter not funny at all, watch this. This is Jon Stewart, brother of Former (or serving?) Director and VP of the New York Stock Exchange. hmmmmm…… so strange. Some families produce such geniuses eh? One son with the money reigns firmly in hand, other son  making sure you are laughing so damn hard at his humor that you miss the point.

Jon Stewart Video link below…

How about that for a thesis:


Laughter = Cognitive Dissonance in action. It’s true. Peals of laughter are the sign of a deeply unbalanced/fractured mind. Makes you want to punch a hole in the screen eh?

It’s okay, it’s okay, you know how it is right? Later we’ll just laugh about it.

Ever wondered why Sit-coms needed laugh tracks? Why did we need to be “triggered” into laughter?

When you are laughing, you are deeply suggestible. All programming, all the time. It’s the world of ill-you-shun we live in. Maya.

Fascinating eh? Strip Searches for Jaywalking.

And the US is the test bed for the rest of us. As is the UK, which, behind a thin veneer, IS a police state. The Olympics will prove this in a way that will make it all rather clear.

Onwards to India, where meme planting is in full swing. Is India going to be an Army Dictatorship sooner rather than later?

Hmmmmmmmmmmm…… Rumors, flying fast and furious. No laughing matter this. It’s meme time. Behave or the military will take over. And having served, I know how the military mind works. It’s for the good of the people, the chief said so.

Rumors of shady troop movements, high intrigue, phone tapping, bugging the office of the Defence Minister, Army Chief in constant conflict with the Givernment. Letter saying India is un- or definitely under prepared to meet “threats”, real of imagined, leaked to the press.

Incoming Army chief has a stack of anti-matter fighting him. He was involved in Fake encounters, is of questionable integtrity…..

All very fascinating, fascinating, because having served and been in the corridors of power, I know that what is playing out is far far different from what is playing in.



The Indian Express, which reported a “curious” movement of two units of Army towards Delhi in mid-January that created a storm, on Wednesday said it stands by the report that came after investigation over six weeks.

In a statement, the newspaper said the report The January night Raisina Hills was spooked: Two key Army units moved towards Delhi without notifying government has, as expected, prompted widespread reaction.

“The report is a meticulous reconstruction and a very sober interpretation of the movement of two key army units towards New Delhi on the night of January 16-17,” the statement said adding it was investigated over six weeks and written by a team headed by editor-in-chief Shekhar Gupta.

It said the report drew on highly credible sources, who had chosen to be anonymous and the newspaper is committed to protecting their identity.

The daily said it sent a detailed questionnaire to the army and the ministry of defence and accurately reported their responses in the report. These responses were reiterated by them on Wednesday.

“Neither side explained why the ministry of defence wasn’t notified, why the troops were suddenly asked to go back and what explanation was offered, if any, by the army to the Government,” it said.

There are some in the government and outside who have questioned the report, even calling it  “disturbing” and “baseless”. All this, even those comments that attribute false motives, are, we believe, part of a necessary debate, it said.

“The Indian Express stands by the report. And in the tradition of its commitment to journalism of courage and  the readers’ right to know, it will continue its investigation into the events of January 16-17 and the questions these raise,” it said.


And this:


Weeks after the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) detected a ‘breach of protocol’ in movement of Army troops towards the national capital and prohibited them from moving any further, Chief of Army Staff General V K Singh met Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, reports the Business Standard.

According to the report, the appointment to meet the Prime Minister was sought by General Singh, who also met Defence Minister A K Antony.

Thereafter, PM consulted Antony about the course of action the government should take.

Top PMO sources said this was the nearest the government came to taking action against the Army chief, said the report.

The context of the meeting was a series of incidents, including the one reported in The Indian Express on the Army troop movement. (Read the full report)

The political brass has not denied The Indian Express report.

The government has drawn its own conclusions from Gen V K Singh’s recent public statements and his use of words like ‘rogue elements’ and ‘schism’ to describe the ‘conflict’ between him and the government.



So, a general upset (Up-set? Setting up is bad? hmmmmm)…….

Now, as you can imagine, I have a plan.


Eyes on the horizon, ear to the ground…

In Truth,


20 Comments leave one →
  1. April 5, 2012 1:03 pm

    I’m confused Vivek, are you for or against laughter? Carlin did a lot of good with laughter. And Hicks, Bruce and many others. Surely laughter is a tool that can be used for good or bad. You’ve made me laugh many times on this site, and I know it’s for a good reason.
    Oh the rabbit hole! I think I know what you mean.
    Big love,

    • April 5, 2012 8:15 pm

      Brother Ben, Inner laughter is one thing. Induced laughter quite the other. And yes, Carlin was amazing, but what did his world change? The course of history? Perhaps now through the medium of the internet? Because no one can silence a dead man, eh?
      i laugh, but I think that way about laughter.


  2. April 5, 2012 2:48 pm

    Huh… very fishy happenings indeed. As for John Stewart, I don’t think he is funny at all. He’s dead serious, but gets to hide behind a pretense of humor. He is the cynical opinion influencer of those who see all the craziness around them, but have no idea what to do about it. That’s what we’ve come to: a country full of wickedness and jadedness, and those with their eyes opened enough to realize how badly their intelligence is being insulted have no recourse but to laugh, because the alternative would be crying or uprising.

    • April 5, 2012 4:43 pm

      It’s true. Thing is, he is a trained comic. highly intelligent. He has his act down. People jump to defend him like he is a demi-god now. And Look, they even make “Serious” MSm journalist Matt Lauer a fool. All verrrrry fishy.

  3. April 5, 2012 3:29 pm

    Very interesting, but I too believe laughter can used for good. The left has mastered using it to belittle conservatives and attack credibility.

    Can I repost this on my blog?

    • April 16, 2012 4:16 am

      You comment had gone into spam for some reason CK. Just found it. Yes, powerful tool eh, this laughter business.
      Please repost with a backlink?

      Thanks for sharing.


  4. jharbar permalink
    April 5, 2012 4:34 pm

    iy, it wasn’t until I read not too long ago, that the Greek plays used humour as a way to teach ethics to the public – that today’s definition of comedy takes a real interesting stance. (as an aside, tragedy was used for emotional pleas).
    What are the greatest laughs today: the stupidity of people in general (especially white men, especially in relationships), perverse sexuality (everything is now open season, from mothers (milf) to who knows what the american pie franchise’s 4th, 5th movie will come out with next), gay awkwardness/humour seems to be an automatic laugh, degradation in all its forms. Jon Stewart appears to be a great release valve – politics as humour so that no one takes serious topics seriously; rather, people are to blame hapless individuals/caricatures on either side of the aisle, rather than the system that keeps chugging along.
    Historically, the sign of a mad man was a man laughing to himself. A man lost in his own recurring cognitive dissonance loop, w/o escape. So to the previous comment, it is good to laugh as a recognition of absurdity, if one takes the lesson from it. The media, however, tries to keep individuals in the loop, albeit usually with superfluous changes to the gag lines, or by upping the absurdity to more abstract lengths, to distract from being caught in the same loop.

    • April 5, 2012 4:46 pm

      Very well said Jharbar. All around.
      YOu can trace the roots back to Three Stooges, then Charile Chaplin, Laurel and Hardy….. Slap-Stick….. how much more obvious can they get int their programming? I had this discussion with many of my American Friends… first instinct was to laugh if someone got hurt. Tripping, cutting, whatever. Immediate laugh response and then an embarrassed giggle, immediate cognitive dissonance.
      Fascinating. Thanks for sharing.

    • April 16, 2012 4:39 am

      Well said all around Jr.

  5. Dublinmick permalink
    April 5, 2012 6:08 pm

    I think I remember watching that Stewart show about 10 years ago when I used to watch TV. TeeVee reminds me of a bunch of retarded 10 year olds trying to be funny. It truly is getting strange. Goats that produce malaria vaccine in the milk, cellphones rapidly breaking down double strand DNA, Pacific ocean and west coast now contaminated, food supply contaminated. I am wondering when the cosmos will finally have enough of this and step in and throw the switch.

    One strong solar flare could advance us to stone age civilization, a vast improvement over where we are now except for the 400 radioactive power plants around the world. You can’t just shut them down, the rods take years to cool and you must have power to keep water on them. This seems to be a very daunting task. Not that our amazing planners are worried as they want to build more of them.

    I can’t figure it out but possibly they do know the curtain is about to come down on this freak show and they want to go out in one blazing array of satanic glory.

  6. April 5, 2012 11:47 pm

    Apologies V, I have not been in these parts for some time. Thank you for this post. It struck a distinct, and timely inner note with me. Strange as it may seem to some, both the content, and the timing, of this post and of my ‘coincidental’ return here, have contributed to a deep sense of having “re-turned”, very near, but yet far from entire, to an all enveloping peace. It is a sense of whole-some-ness. Arising from a journey of retracement – is it not interesting that such journeys do not seem to exactly imprint in previous footsteps? – that began a few days ago.

    As an aside to this topic of programmed laughter, perhaps the next step envisaged by others for our controlled “development”, will be as per the implications of this story published here in the land Down Under … on “Good/Black Friday”, the day popularly celebrated in commemoration/celebration of the crucifixion of The Christ?

    • April 12, 2012 6:34 am

      “is it not interesting that such journeys do not seem to exactly imprint in previous footsteps?”
      TBI, that line is so true. Re-turning. Always turning.
      How can you re-turn in a straight line? Re-trace, yes. But re-turn?
      It’s all a-new!

  7. blindman permalink
    April 6, 2012 5:10 am

    Gary Null – The Natural Living Show
    Why we should be concerned about the increasing the power of the Presidency. Guest: author Brandon Turbeville.

  8. blindman permalink
    April 6, 2012 5:40 am

    just had a rough time trying to post here. word press problem?
    anyway, lost some random thoughts on laughter. i wouldn’t say
    it is a cognitive dissonance but a cognitive resonance with the elements
    of dis-miss-all and acceptance and recognition vibrating in such a way
    as to alleviate the mind and body of the emotional content left over
    from a cognitive narrative of a threatening nature. ? good for the
    lungs, eyes . ears, nose and throat not to mention the heart but …
    it will not paint the ceiling or change a flat. it has its place.
    when god laughs we hear this as thought. when god hears the thought
    he/she laughs again, and you know, it is contagious. or maybe we laugh
    from the place of our congestion to clear the area? some from the nose and
    some from the belly and other places.
    they say it is wise to learn to laugh at yourself and i think that is generally
    good advice but like anything awareness and moderation must be exercised.
    i like your critique of the phenomena.
    the problems are infinite as the problems and number of people in the
    world past present and future and we only have this little bit of eternity
    to love and be despised for it. so, we must laugh and then try to fix
    our human heart. around us everything is broken, many are broken but
    we do not break. it is not funny but the choices are limited. its either
    laugh, cry or go numb. i have made my choice. it provides the energy i need
    to continue paying attention, otherwise i would be done and finished altogether.

    • April 12, 2012 6:32 am

      😉 BM, please see my audio-post (rather listen if you can). I spoke of laughter. Extensively! Thanks for the intense interaction.

      • blindman permalink
        April 14, 2012 8:12 am

        i have and will do again! it is very refreshing, these truths, spoken
        and revealed by the truth. thank you for extending and expending
        your energy, time and attention to this, these matters/things.
        so i had this impression today that everything is really backwards,
        miss-interpreted by consciousness. as the hands of the musician
        are capable of the sense of hearing. i bet you have had this impression,
        that your hands could hear the world and were connected to your
        auditory nerves almost as your ears are? conversely your ears make
        sounds that are projected into the auditory environment. this is
        the way ex-perience works, in reverberation and somewhat backward,
        and the desire for more feed-back, i get it. there be the home of the
        self in the warmth of resonance, the womb, spirit garden, spirit room.
        one can find them, as you have, and then have the idea to create or
        recreate these harmonic and resonant spirit spaces.
        a friend and i once found a spirit room at a place a short walk from
        his house in burnt hills, new york. it was an area of a few acres, yet
        reached all the way out! a place where everything counted and was
        perfectly balanced, perfectly settled and totally corrupted/purified to the
        point of perfection. everything had died to itself and what remained was
        eternal with regards the local biologic and historic fundamentals. anyone arriving would recognize the space as a spirit room, a place to sit and talk or
        rest, or just sit and listen to the leaves on the trees.
        soon after we found this place it was turned into a development of
        single family houses, all the trees were cut down and the ground was
        leveled to make perfect plots for lawns, swing sets and driveways.
        i suppose there are many other people who will find other places of
        similar nature in other places.. maybe they will be preserved?
        left neglected as the universe so designed the perfection of
        total neglect, spirit.
        but i digress, as usual.
        i meant to say, ” great stuff a/v/ori”! i hear your voice from a thousand
        years of silence, now rising, to speak the truth from the truth,
        as the truth. this is what i look out for and am finding, here and there.
        you know zero, pjb, wbai, jessecafe, max etc .. here another one
        Music Video – Queen Esther “Talkin’ Fishbawl Blues”


        she playing tonight at the apollo cabaret on 125th st
        in harlem.
        but the other thing is how the “segment”(market) has learned
        to en-joy the tragedy and suffering of forced relocation of
        wealth, labor and love, ongoing.
        thank you a.

        • April 14, 2012 1:24 pm

          Well, it looks like we are all on a synchrotic ride Blindman. My first audio-cast touches on some of what you have spoken of.

          Back-wards indeed.

          And these de-velopments, they will turn back into en-velopments. En-veloped again by the earth. A classic look at that phenomena is the abandoned cities in the esrt-while (not really but y’know, former…) USSR…..
          The grass bursts through the cracks in the pavement and then it’s back.

          The mis-match between us and it is too much for us to survive it. 😉

          Thanks for sharing.

  9. Incognito permalink
    April 6, 2012 4:13 pm

    Hey Vivek,

    glad to see you read the daily bell too.

    I was wondering. If Moomohan (joke) is ex-bankster IMF, then on whose side are those two army units. I read that WAR shut down some drug trafficking, false flagging Mooossad-Chabad joooos and was resisting the Iran embargo WWIII thingie, could it be these “army units” were Red Shield units? They did throw a wrench in the gold market in order to appease the banksters.

    What do you think?

  10. April 12, 2012 3:59 pm

    I just stumbled upon this video of Jesse Ventura at The View, touching on the “police state”. He is of course considered a loonie and not taken very seriously. This allows him to publish his books and run his show “Conspirarcy Theories”.

  11. nadall permalink
    April 28, 2012 3:56 pm

    Oh, it’s worse than a Police State. See Lee Bellinger’s editorial (there’s a search box on site) of April 19, 2012 entitled US Building Domestic Population Control Grid Based on Military Ops on I read elsewhere that they’ve just ordered some millions of hollow point rounds (illegal per Geneva Convention, so for domestic use) and bulletproof checkpoint booths (let me see your papers…..,) not to mention all their damned drones. (Sorry Vivek….take that literally. I see I have some anger to work on). Oy vey. So, I guess travel and laugh (from the inside, of course) while we can, yes?

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