I ran for the Montana state house in 1996, and lost. I could have done better, but I lack the necessary guile to be a good politician. I simply stated what I believed in a take-or-leave fashion. For a politician, every clear position statement invigorates both opponents and supporters. It is best to say as little as possible. Once elected, the public mind is off in la-la land, and the public servant can do as he pleases.
Two important issues at that time were voter initiatives, one to raise the minimum wage and the other the “Clean Water Act,” which would have set standards for pollutants in rivers and streams. I decided that each would be valuable as a campaign tool, and so during the primary carried petitions get the issues on the ballot. Reception was positive, and people easily signed them. Things were going well. I was about to be handed a lesson by the pros, however. I did not easily understand at the time. It was about the power of TV.
All the while I had been using the petitions to bring support aboard for me and the issues, ad agencies had been devising campaigns to defeat the initiatives, which did indeed qualify for the ballot. It was professional manipulation. For the Clean Water Initiative, they had a Montana Mining Association executive crouch down and scoop water out of a stream near the New World Mine in the Beartooth mountains, and take a sip. Words accompanied that shot, but who the hell remembers them. For the minimum wage, if memory serves, they turned victim into aggressor. Passage of that law would put people out of work. That’s a mantra, never shown to be true, but it too worked. It was on TV. It was true.
In the general election I continued with my campaign as before, now using the petitions as a prop, since they were on the ballot. But “the doors,” as they say in the business, turned ugly. People were no longer receptive to the message of clean water and higher minimum wage. At a candidates’ meeting I relayed my experience and suggested that the issues were dead. I caught hell from the environmental side, but it was true. That blue light that glowed in windows after sunset owned the public mind. If it is on TV, it is true.
That was 1996, and the Internet is now part of the blue light as well. Nothing else has changed. In the post below, “Implications,” I offered up strong evidence of fakery in the Boston Marathon bombing, but now know that TV and the Internet own the public mind. Images rule. Those manufactured in Boston that day were bogus, but just as a mining executive pretending to drink polluted water, if it is on TV, it is true.
Far more troubling is the purpose of Boston and apparently of Aurora, where James Holmes has all of the markings of a Sirhan-type Manchurian candidate. Traumatized witnesses are confused in their recollections, but there is testimony of more than one shooter. Holmes is a mess, blank stare, befuddled and confused, so that they are offering up an insanity defense. That will preclude the introduction of any other evidence. Sirhan had no legal representation looking out for him either. His own lawyers asked for a guilty verdict. I can only wonder if Holmes is all aboard on the same railroad.
Other venues, Milwaukee, Tuscon, Sandy Hook, have drawn as much skepticism from the non-hypnotized sector, but I’ve only paid scant attention. Boston is enough for me. It’s so plainly fraudulent that it only serves to highlight the power of thought control. I need know no more.
What is the purpose? Boston and the other events in the post-Osama era are obviously designed to create heightened tensions. With Boston I projected a straight line, there to Syria. Historically, we have had straight-line false flag events, as prior to the Mexican-American and Spanish-American Wars. But our enemy de jour is diffuse now, merely “terrorism.” Any “terrorist” serves any purpose, Saudis for the Iraq attack, and Chechens for whatever will follow. Rather than a straight line, we are witnessing a general strategy of tension. Sadly, more events await, and even if Boston was bogus, our shadows and spooks behind these events have no scruples about real harm and real victims. The blood in Aurora was real.It is not for nothing that these events are choreographed. A war awaits. Syria seems logical, but it is really the Cold War revisited, the US intent on removing its arch-rival, the Russian bear. It just happens to be Syria in play, but could as easily be Chechnya, where CIA has long fueled a terrorist campaign. FBI-Tsarnaev connections implicate US intelligence in that arena.
At the same time, Obama, merely a mouthpiece, laid out the framework for the attack by Western powers on Syria. In August of 2012 he spoke of a “red line,” or use of chemical weapons. Such weapons, as used in propaganda, are “bad” weapons, as opposed to our good ones. Bunker-busters, cluster bombs, white phosphorous, cruise missiles and anything dropped from a B52 are good. Those goddamned fighter pilots trained in mayhem create marvelous orgasmic spasms as they fly over our ball games. This is all for “good.” Only demons use chemicals.
The US did not use chemical weapons in Vietnam. Never happened. And when
Churchill gassed Kurds in 1920 Saddam Hussein gassed Kurds in 1988, even as the US supported him and ignored the event at the time, it later became casus belli. It opened the door for hundreds of thousands of corpses and amputees, courtesy of our “good” weapons, the arsenal for peace.
But wait! Never forget, Russians play chess, and somehow, behind the scenes, managed to exonerate the Syrians. The perpetrators, UN investigators learned, were likely the
terrorists rebel forces.
The US is said to be embarrassed on the world stage by the obvious fakery of the Syrian event. The only American news source I follow is National Pentagon Radio, and I’ve sensed no embarrassment, no fraud, and only confusion about the origin of the weapons.
But the important fallout at this time is that the monstrous weapons that the US is holding in reserve – the bunker-busters, cluster bombs, white phosphorous, cruise missiles, and goddamned fighter pilots trained in mayhem – are for the time sidelined.
It is only a matter of time, and worse, more false-flaggery is in store.