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[–]BeaconOfAnonDim 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

All the evidence is there to make a compelling story and expose the Mockingbird media using its own material. In the case of 9-11, there isn't a single video that adequately underscores the links between the pop-culture references and the event itself, not in a way that could cross ideological boundaries at least - but a Hannah Arendt of our time could do the trick in bridging that gap. Properly displaying and making of sense of these instances concisely would take a little effort but I think it would be a fascinating project that could be explored from a multitude of angles. Hearing trained psychologists speak to these similarities and follow their implications through might be interesting. Historians of propaganda could weigh in with a global perspective and draw that information out over decades with examples that are not so sensitive to domestic viewers. Former intelligence agents, or even foreign intelligence agents, could offer their unique perspectives and elevated levels of assurity... just think of what Yuri Besmenov could have said and how his expertise is immediately undeniable. And why not theologians, anthropologists, and conspiracy theorists too? Maybe a whole society can be drawn into this conversation. Maybe we can find the cream of the crop in the process if we just start.

We still live in a world of rules and law and relative stability. Maybe if we stand back and approach this like curious budding academics we can turn conspiracy into modern research where it rightfully belongs. Eventually we should be releasing charts and diagrams, and providing historical accounts of psy-ops with an heir of authority on the subject. We should have classifications of propaganda and sub groups within them to break these tactics down to the most principle components. We should start arranging the data and classifying it so that its understandable and easier to detect to the lay man. We should be providing very good drafts of new research to readers and asking for their advice, assistance, and general acceptance. We should be providing the kind of information that is revered eons from now because it was the first to break the veil to the masses; because if you think propaganda is a thing decades in the future, you're mistaken. Eventually the curtain falls and its up to us to guide that transition so we can adequately prepare ourselves for a new kind of society that's required for the time. Making sense of the world as it is right now needs to be the foundation for the road ahead otherwise people will go in blind and at the behest of the state. It will not be pretty either. Letting this moment slip into the hands of the propagandists could spoil humanity in ways never before witnessed and we're seeing it become blatantly obvious in places like country and rap music, pornography, academia, and the news. After that garbage runs its course on a generation or two, the next is weakened in a way that's possibly irreparably to levels we would currently consider normal. Taking on algorithms and the civil establishment is a walk in the park compared to what future generations will endure if this is left unabated.

So if there are more researched fellows out there who are earnest about what they do, we should definitely be joining forces. A person or group needs to be attributed to this game of hard-ball. It needs a few supporting spokespeople and assistants that are passionate and curious and they should be somewhat public. With savoy technical assistance it could be the story for the age. That, or we stay complacent with business as usual.

I'm serious about this. We could be writing the most interesting story of our time, if nothing else, the most imaginative and compelling. It could start a chain reaction of cascading events that get people thinking again. Its certainly bold and with proper tutelage it can be principled too. If you're speaking the truth as you see and believe it, I would certainly like to have you on board and maybe we can do what has never been done - educate the masses.

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Hey, back in late December and early January there was a guy steadily releasing nuclear scenarios for a few cities in California. It could have been a moderately well-crafted hoax for all I know, but the timing of it was interesting and the material was relatively robust compared to the kinds of prognostications that are typically offered. If I'm not mistaken, it was primarily focused on San Jose in the 2030s. What made it interesting was the cited choice for that location - it had something to do with it having limited liability in manufacturing capabilities compared to other cities, or something along those lines. Very interesting material. Its logic behind it was the most interesting part to be learned from.