Why Elites Fail via @the nation http://www.thenation.com/article/why-elites-fail/
Blaming Government Surveillance on the Government Ignores the Plutocrats Behind the Curtain
Government does the bidding of economic powers in a society.
By now you will have figured out what all the surveillance is about. It is not necessary to surveill every citizen in order to prevent crime or terrorism. Nor is it cost-effective, and we are all paying for this. So ask yourself this question. Do you think that is ALL they are doing?
The site “Coherent Madness: Effective Defense Against Covert Warfare: The Multiple Layers: Hidden Strategy of Social Control” is thoughtful with many valuable insights. I am sure you will find something relevant.
As often occurs there are problems with the links, but you can find the articles through the titles.
Coherent Madness: Effective Defense Against Covert Warfare: The Multiple Layers: Strategy of Social Control http://coherent-madness….-hidden-strategy-of.html
Have no idea how “…” added itself to the link – I didn’t type this – but it seems to prevent the link from working.
Another good article is “Four strategies of White Supremacy – Coherent Madness
Thanks to TIGSUKIRE “Musings of a TI” for pointing me to this site.
Assume that any agenda being pushed by the mainstream media is false. This “default” stance is usually correct (but not always). The logical way to approach this is to assume they’re always lying to you then demand they prove they aren’t.
What you’re about to read here is a revealing look at the psychological mechanism presently being used by government and media to achieve near-absolute control over the population. I’m calling the concept the “crisis of the NOW,” and understanding this is a lot like taking the RED pill.
The “crisis of the now” involves an incessant, strategic bombardment of the population with a never-ending stream of contrived crises that demand immediate attention in the present. This psychological bombardment is waged primarily via the mainstream media which assaults the viewer by the hour with images of violence, war, emotions and conflict. Because the human nervous system is hard wired to focus on immediate threats accompanied by depictions of violence, mainstream media viewers have their attention and mental resources funneled into the never-ending “crisis of the NOW” from…
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Apart from the singing, inspiring.
The editorial of daily The Morning Star in Britain says today:
Who’s really at the sharp end?
There’s a case for saying women have been at the sharp end of Tory-imposed austerity, with the attacks on pay and public services hitting them four times harder than men, according to analysis by the House of Commons Library.
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