breaking the spell - updated

UPDATED with this good video via SOTT:

Here we go with the terrorism warnings. At the same time, CNN has been talking a lot about bullying. They just can't seem to understand where these bullies come from.

First let's remember the goals and methods of social engineering: start and stop. See: and one day the owner came home and was gravely disappointed.

"So what bullies usually do, they start and stop, start and stop. That achieves the maximal stress syndrome, and this is the great secret of bullying. Never overdo it. Small doses. The victim will do the rest." ~ Sam Vaknin, psychopath

The founders of Tavistock realized that by repeating and alternating stress and reliefs, people became malleable.

Rees, Trist, Tavistock and their associates, used coercive techniques, applying all the same pattern induce psychological stress and physical strong in an individual, then relieve that stress. By dint of repeated alternating stress and reliefs, the "patient" eventually become malleable. The Tavistockiens tried to improve these coercive techniques in using electroshock therapy, hypnosis, and the administration of mind-altering drugs to "reprogram" their victims, or more commonly their washing brain.

..."One of the main techniques for breaking morale with a "strategy of terror "is precisely to keep people in constant blurring between where they are and when they wish to go. If one adds to this a frequent alternation of harsh disciplinary measures and promises of good treatment, while spreading contradictory news, the "cognitive structure" is so disturbed that the individual becomes incapable of knowing whether a particular plan might conduct toward its goal or away from it. Under these conditions, even individuals with defined objectives and are willing to take risks, will be paralyzed by severe inner conflict about what to do. " [7] ~ Kurt Lewin, pioneer of group dynamics.
The current discussions about terrorist attacks in Europe have that quality. Worry, don't worry. Mixed messages. Ambiguity. You *might* be attacked. Then again, you might not. But you better remain hyper-vigilant just in case.


A recent Gallup survey tells us that distrust of the media has grown.

Gallup's annual update on trust in the mass media finds Americans' views entrenched -- with a record-high 57% expressing little to no trust in the media to report the news fully, accurately, and fairly, and 63% perceiving bias in one direction or the other.

Related Gallup information shows how many people express "a great deal / quite a lot" of confidence in the following institutions in June 2009, and again in July 2010, with the change noted (all numbers in percent):

  • The military: 82, 76, -6
  • Small business: 67, 66, -1
  • The police: 59, 59, 0
  • The church or organized religion: 52, 48, -4
  • The medical system: 36, 40, +4
  • The US Supreme Court: 39, 36, -3
  • The presidency: 51, 36, -15
  • The public schools: 38, 34, -4
  • The criminal justice system: 28, 27, -1
  • Newspapers: 25, 25, 0
  • Banks: 22, 23, +1
  • Television news: 23, 22, -1
  • Organized labor: 19, 20, +1
  • Big business: 16, 19, +3
  • HMOs: 18, 19, +1
  • Congress: 17, 11, -6

The primary nugget of news discussed about this survey was the finding that 57% of Americans don't trust the media, but we think the story is in this list which reflects the broader agenda and the levers which are being pushed and pulled by the social engineers.

Holding the military aside as a special case*, look where people have lost confidence: the church and organized religion, public education, the president and congress, the judicial system. No surprise. Do the elite want people to have comfort in religion? No. A good education? No. Do they want people to have any confidence in politicians or the justice system? No. They would prefer people be ignorant, debauched, and totally demoralized. So here we see their progress.

And look which institutions have held steady despite the burgeoning police state abuses, the Swine Flu psyop, the stunning and nonstop corruption of big banking: the police, the medical establishment, and big banks.

As shown in this video about media coverage of the Palestinians, the news passes through various filters: the owners of the media, the political elite, and special interests pour the news fit for our consumption. Any negative coverage that spills is then mopped up by watchdog organizations. The same people who own the media own big banking, big business, big pharma, big medicine, etc., so the process works the same no matter what challenging issue comes up. You can extrapolate.

Sometimes we know exactly what they want us to think. Remember when Dr. Nancy Sniderman, chief medical editor at NBC news, snapped that people should "just get your damn vaccine"? That was charming.

Other times they keep people in a state of confusion. The Tavistock "strategy of terror" is specifically designed to paralyze people in inner conflict over what to do. In order to break away from the strategy of terror, you must first see the programming, the hand behind the curtain.

Here you can see that someone did some research on a terrorist group called Islam4UK.
After just a small amount of research it is my belief that the much hyped Islam4UK group that proposed a march on Wootton Bassett, is actually a British Intelligence group hired by our corrupt government in order to cause further conflict between Muslims and Brits, to keep support for the wars high and to continue the trumped up threat of terrorism. Anjem Choudary is a unislamic fraud linked to Al-Mujaharoun, a group created by British Mi6 to fight the Serbians in the Kosovo war. Either it came back to bite us on the ass or he is still controlled by our own government! BNP and EDL supporters, and Islam4UK supporters are both dupes, being played like puppets by the new world order (global governance) agenda. (wideshut.co.uk)

The investigators discovered the following:
  • That despite constant plugs by the media, the Islam4UK website got very little traffic.
  • A quarter of the sites visitors are from Spain.
  • The media promotion of the site actually creates a problem and feeds the culture of fear.

"When was the last time your blog, or your facebook page, got coverage by all major newspapers and politicians? Perhaps they want Islam4UK in the public consciousness for their own agenda."

  • A street action team promotes the agenda and touts a banned group created by MI6 during the Kosovo war. In other words, the leaders of these "extremists" are at the very least FORMER MI6 ASSETS. Who is to say these groups, funded and trained by the US and UK, are not still on the payroll?

  • Anjem Choudary of Islam4UK, who promotes Sharia law, is about as true a Muslim as Mohammed Atta.
Let's talk about Mohammed Atta for a minute. Daniel Hopsicker went down to Florida to find out anything and everything he could about Mohammed Atta, and he wrote a book called Welcome to Terrorland.

and downing more booze than an eighties rock band."

1. In Venice Florida, Mohamed Atta lived for two months with an American stripper/lingerie model named Amanda Keller.
2. Atta loved to party. He was out with Keller nearly every night they were together. He was a heavy drinker, snorted coke, was a stylish dresser and wore expensive jewelry.
3. According to Keller, Atta loved pork chops and was a big Beastie Boys fan.
4. Keller dumped him after he embarrassed her at a night club by dancing, poorly, atop a speaker.
5. Atta revenged himself later on Keller by returning to the apartment they’d shared and killing her cat and kittens, disemboweling and dismembering them in her apartment for her to find.
6. In Miami, Atta consorted with women known to be linked to the Mafia.
7. Atta’s email list included names of people who worked for defense contractors. One, for instance, worked for Canadian firm Virtual Prototypes, which helped develop the avionics for F-15, F-22 and B-2
9. Atta was fluent in at least Arabic, English, German, French and Hebrew.
10. One day when Atta was rummaging through his flight bag, Keller got a look inside. Her words:
“The thing the FBI was most interested in was his pilot bag. They asked about it a lot. He kept it locked, and they wanted to know whether I had ever seen anything in it. I told them yes. One day he opened it briefly, and there were a lot of papers in it, and there was a blue log book in a different language. Mohamed was fluent in almost any language you can think of. He had a kind of Daytimer in there, too. And a folder with all these different ID’s in it. And that’s when I saw one – because it fell out – a little blue and white thing the size of a driver’s license. It had his picture on it, and it looked like a mug shot, or a prison shot. And it didn’t look like him, and I asked him, ‘Who is this?’
“And he said, ‘that’s me.’ He told me it had been taken back when he was in some kind of militia-type deal, like a military-type deal, he said. He compared it to our military only they teach you different tactics. He didn’t elaborate.
“He didn’t say where it was from, either. But the writing looked like a cross between Hebrew and Arabic, those frilly little lines. He told me he spoke Hebrew. I said bullshit. So he started speaking it, and I guess he did.
11. Atta, Keller, a stripper named Linda and two Germans, Peter and Johan, partied for three days in Key West. Atta paid for everything. Rented three rooms, one just for the men’s luggage, which Keller says contained drugs. The men had a business meeting the women were not permitted to attend. Met with people, Keller says, who flew in just to meet Atta
12. Atta was already a licensed pilot when he arrived in the US. He had the privileges of an instructor while he was at Huffman Aviation, and may have helped pilot South American drug runs.
 13. Six nights before the attack, at a bar called Shuckums in Ft Lauderdale, Atta and two companions got drunk. The FBI showed up at the bar just 12 hours after the attack with pictures of two of them, one Atta, saying only “they were on the plane and passed away.” Manager Tony Amos and bartender Patricia Idrissi identified both. Manager Amos said they’d gotten “wasted,” Atta drank Stoli vodka for three straight hours. Atta blasphemed: “F*ck God!” he’s said to have cursed.
14. Under pressure from the FBI, and despite numerous witnesses who had known them together, Keller publicly retracted her story of having lived with Atta, saying he’d been another hijacker named Mohammed, no last name, who seems to have only existed to get Atta out of this story that didn’t fit the official version.
This book, this information, was published six years ago.

WideShut.co.uk points out that in the current terrorism scare, the entire thing hangs on the words of one man, Ahmed Sidiqi, in US custody, according to an unnamed intelligence source. Sidaqi supposedly spilled the beans on this big plot, and this justifies a whole round of talking about the dangerous terrorists again, such as Osama bin Laden.

The CNN article quoted above is a pure example of the wild and endless speculation the media uses. Take this paragraph:
A separate law enforcement source said “the belief is” that Osama bin Laden signed off on a European attack plan, and that source confirmed the intelligence related to a Mumbai-style attack.
The idea that Bin Laden is sitting in some kind of terrorist headquarters, receiving memos and signing off on all of the worlds attacks is ridiculous. Firstly there is ample evidence that he’s been dead for years:
The Pakistan Observer reported that Bin Laden died of untreated lung complications and was buried in an unmarked grave in Tora Bora on December 15, 2001. This was picked up by the American media.[1]
Also on December 26, the Egyptian newspaper AlWafd – Daily carried a short obituary by a prominent official of the Afghan Taliban, who was allegedly present at the funeral, stating Bin Laden had been buried on or about December 13. This was reported in British news. [2]
*"When so many idiots trust the military, we bloggers have to try harder to educate people?" ~ Aangirfan


The resistance begins in your mind. It begins when you see who is manipulating you. Your ability to perceive them breaks the spell. Then you can't be driven to do things that are not in your interest.


Anon said...

When so many idiots trust the military, we bloggers have to try harder to educate people?

- Aangirfan

A. Peasant said...

perfect conclusion! thank you Aan.

chuckyman said...

What I found interesting in the numbers is that only the Military, Small Business and Police were trusted by a plurality of those asked. What’s up with that?

The video throws a spotlight on the murky dealings of the British. They are a far more insidious group than most give them credit for. The very setup in Britain allows them to cover their tracks better than their cousins in the states and it is with far more work by investigators that their actions are uncovered.

Their power waned for a while as dirty tricks are an expensive pursuit. Now they are up to their eyeballs in Afghanistan their fortunes have revived. Lots of hidden drug money to play with. A leading light (if that is the correct word) in their efforts was General Sir Frank Kitson. He wrote extensively on ‘Low Intensity Operations’ – combating guerrilla warfare. Worth looking into

A key feature was the establishing of ‘pseudo gangs’. Groups that operated in a manner similar to the later Gladio operations or like the loyalist paramilitaries back home. In essence they were controlled violent reactionaries. Their job was to destabilise any situation not favourable for them.

If you’ll permit a bit of cross pollination I came across this over at Timster’s place tonight. It is an essay by Sibel Edmonds and it follows on from our earlier chat at my place. It's a plea for less talk and more action. It seemed appropriate.

A. Peasant said...

hi Chuck. i think her message is directed toward her fellow somebodies who have nice academic and journalism jobs, in which case i agree. i could really go on and on about this because it irritates me, but suffice it to say that people who make money from their writing are continuing to make money off their writing, despite it being ineffective in bringing about change. and that is because they write for a certain audience, as Sibel points out. as long as they keep writing in that style for that audience, they will keep making money and nothing of consequence will change. they stay in the playpen. whereas using a different style for a different audience would help, but it doesn't pay, as we well know.

A. Peasant said...

... because it's not "professional."

to which i say, fuck that shit.

chuckyman said...

I must admit that I rarely hold high faith in any average blogger that makes a profit from their writing. That may seem harsh but as you hint ...fuck it. That’s not we’re here for. Great prose is fine but we are here to break the mould and remake it anew.

I get a feeling in the last few days from some of the blogs. It’s almost like that tension before a storm. We are in a new period of transition. We need to stop banging on keyboards and starting banging on drums and blowing horns and making a complete nuisance of ourselves.

Sort of like this bloke. Never mind the agenda – the tactics can work for us also.

A. Peasant said...

that's very interesting C. i will check out those sites.

legal mumbo jumbo

Disclaimer: The posting of stories, commentaries, reports, documents and links (embedded or otherwise) on this site does not in any way, shape or form, implied or otherwise, necessarily express or suggest endorsement or support of any of such posted material or parts therein.

Fair Use: This site contains copyrighted material the use of which has not always been specifically authorized by the copyright owner. We are making such material available in our efforts to advance understanding of environmental, political, human rights, economic, democracy, scientific, and social justice issues, etc. We believe this constitutes a 'fair use' of any such copyrighted material as provided for in section 107 of the US Copyright Law. In accordance with Title 17 U.S.C. Section 107, the material on this site is distributed without profit to those who have expressed a prior interest in receiving the included information for research and educational purposes. If you wish to use copyrighted material from this site for purposes of your own that go beyond 'fair use', you must obtain permission from the copyright owner.