A massive sting operation, at the time of the Super Bowl, has led to the arrest of hundreds of paedophiles. These have included a police officer, state employees and fire-fighters. The operations has involved 23 law enforcement agencies in 14 US states. Police also rescued 73 adult human trafficking victims and 3 juvenile victims.
. . . but I do!
A very recent study has found containments in 43 out of 44 vaccine samples. That is a bit spooky as the only 'pure' vaccine was the only one in the group aimed at animals.
More spooky is the fact that shortly after this study was published a long on-line debunking article appeared.
How are we to discern right from wrong here and risk from welfare?
The post below is summarised from Want-to-Know article to be found here
Can people be brain-washed?
Sadly, the answer undoubtedly is "yes".
Are people being brain washed in the West?
Sadly, the answer also is "yes".
In April 2010, an American professor of Psychology, Professor Hammond, spoke out on this topic to his colleagues. in a lecture entitled "Hypnosis in MPD: Ritual Abuse".
The full transcript of this lecture is available.
He has never spoken in public on this topic again.
Prof. D. Corydon Hammond
University of Utah School of Medicine
His full credentials are given here:
Some key points from his 2010 talk
I came out of that with a grasp of a variety of brainwashing methods being used all over the country. I started to hear some similarities. Whereas to begin with, I hadn't known how widespread things were, I was now getting a feeling that there were a lot of people reporting some similar things, and that there must be some degree of communication to cause this.
The material in his talk is very disturbing. the implications are profound, We have touched on some of them here (see end of this post).
This is how Hammond ended his 2010 presentation:
"My personal opinion has come to be if they're going to kill me, they're going to kill me. There's going to be an awful lot of information that's been put away that will go to investigative reporters and multiple investigative agencies. If I ever have an accident, an awful lot of people like you, I hope, will be pushing for a very large-scale investigation. I think we have to stand up at some point as some kind of moral conscience."
How dare you talk intelligently about design!
You have to look quite hard to find out, in a dispassionate way, about Intelligent Design.
Generally, you will be told that those who suggest there might be an over-arching Intelligence behind the Earth and the Human Race, are simply Bible-bashing God-botherers, who have no scientific credibility at all.
But if you read what the founders of this critical movement within science actually say, you find something else altogether.
No! The world was not created in six days, with a day off on the seventh because the Creator was tired. (That description is purely symbolic.)
To show an interest in Intelligent Design, and the provocative work of Stephen Meyer and Michael Behe, is not to buy into simplified versions of Creation Myths as though they were reality.
Yet, it is easy to discover, that if you write about topics like this on Facebook or similar, you quickly invite the comment that you are a creationist, and Behe and Meyer are creationists too.
Try it and see!
The Consensus Reality
The consensus reality is that Darwin got it right. It asserts – as though there was proof – that the theory of 'Survival of the Fittest' has been demonstrated beyond reasonable doubt, and all that is happening now is filling in the details of Evolutionary Theory.
To step outside of this consensus reality, and raise awkward questions, is to find yourself embroiled in a war of words and ideas that can quite literally destroy reputations and careers.
We considered an example here.
Darwin be Damned
The proponents of Intelligent Design are articulate, thoughtful and thought provoking. Their ideas deserve to be considered seriously and in their own terms. They should be taught in schools, not because they are correct, (they may or may not be) but because they are an alternative scientific viewpoint, to a very intriguing question: namely, "what is the origin of species?"
The current writer taught for many years and had a specific interest in the Sociology of Science. One of the Intelligent Design sites has a list of Questions for a Biology teacher. These simply are gold dust for developing critical thinking, whether there is any merit in the theory of Intelligent Design or not. And yet, in America at least, there have been court cases to ensure such questions are not asked (in this way) within school classrooms.
This is censorship and it is pernicious.
Below is one example of a really good question for intelligent people of any age to grapple with. It involves The Mousetrap Dilemma.
Michael Behe’s concept of irreducible complexity raises acute difficulties for Darwinism. Irreducible complexity is a 'package-deal” feature of many biological systems. Package deals are all-or-nothing deals. You can have the whole package or you can have none of it, but you can’t pick and choose pieces of it. In biology,especially at the molecular level, There exist molecular machines that cannot be simplified without losing the machine’s function. In other
Quote taken from Discovery.org and the full set of Questions to ask your biology teacher, can be found here.
Above - images of the 'flagellum machine' as found in textbooks
Behe, using an analogy for the complexity in the flagellum above, talks of the humble mousetrap. It is simple, but is designed with intelligence. It is hard to conceive of a mousetrap arising by chance.
Behe makes the point that a mousetrap - to work - needs a level of complexity that has to be designed in. Someone with a mind thought it into being first. Without this it will not work.
He draws the analogy with highly complex 'machine-like' aspects of cells (illustrated above). Neo-Darwinism as professed by Richard Dawkins and similar writers, says the Blind Watchmaker (random chance over incredibly long time periods) produce all the complexity we see in cells.
It is worth commenting, that Darwin had no idea at all that cells were as complex as we now know they are. You can search high and low on Google or in Biology text books, you will not find a single example of a complex cell (or indeed any cell at all, as they are all complex) arising from a molecular soup, under lab conditions. And yet the current writer is old enough to remember in Zoology lessons in the 1960's, being told that this would be achieved in a few years.
It has not been.
Debunking the mousetrap
The thought police are quickly deployed, if you have the temerity to mention Michael Behe in a Facebook debate. You will be told that John H. McDonald has shown that Behe's argument is simply wrong. McDonald does so here and you can read his argument in full if you wish.
It is closely reasoned and on the surface appears to confound Behe's proposition. And of course, it comes with the imprimatur of a University Department, meaning it is the work of a real scientist, not a specious (and secret) God follower.
McDonald suggests that a series of simple springs can be used to strangle mice. Gradually, they get more complex. The early ones are not very efficient, but the later ones become more so. Eventually we get the efficient killing machine like the one shown above.
But the argument he puts forward is simply wrong.
Read it for yourself and you will see. He states there have been simpler mousetraps and they have become more complex. But he makes a huge error in logic.
Mousetraps live in the universe of the market place. They are made to be sold (or are made to achieve an effect, killing mice). If they simply do not work efficiently, then no-one makes them or buys them. If they do not work - they will not 'survive'. Everyone will get a cat instead.
This destruction of McDonald's so called 'debunking' article does not mean Behe is right. But his work, and that of Meyer, is very carefully reasoned. Meyer in particular, writes beautifully, and sets out his arguments with great care and attention to scientific facts. But he is implicitly criticising the consensus reality - that Darwinism (not what Darwin actually wrote) is right and the final explanation of life on Earth. For this sin he is attacked relentlessly by the thought police and the academic establishment.
A beautiful example of the complexity of the operation of the cell can be seen below. The video lasts around 3 minutes.
We are in the middle of a war. It is undeclared, but very real. And it is for your mind.
Have you noticed that certain ideas are allowed and certain ideas put you outside of what is taken as 'common sense'? Those who are the guardians of the Common Sense perspective will often quote science and scientists, as though there is one scientific view and it is always correct. They will direct the unwary to sites devoted to self-proclaimed rationality to 'debunk' any ideas that do not form part of the acceptable reality.
This war is every bit as real as the great battles, real and philosophical, between the Catholic church and the Reformed church. The stakes are just as high (only now we do not burn people at them - but we can completely burn reputations).
Not long ago, two remarkable thinkers were invited to share their ideas on TED. This site, Ted.com invites people at the top of their game, to share their ideas on the arts, science, psychology and so forth. They do so in around 15 to 20 minutes; many of these presentations are electric and some have been seen by millions.
The idea behind TED was excellent. And then the thought police arrived.
Both Rupert Sheldrake and Graham Hancock, separately, had been asked to talk about the ideas engaging them at the present time. Both men have diverged from mainstream thought, but have done so with ideas based on deep research. Sheldrake is a Cambridge graduate with a double first, and a PhD in science; Hancock is a highly successful author, journalist and TV presenter, who has done deep research into Ancient Societies.
Rupert Sheldrake had started a brilliant career at Cambridge University, involving plant biology, when he came up with the idea of Morphic Resonance. This idea suggested that within species, information could be passed non-locally.
One example he used was Blue Tits learning to peck through the foil tops of milk bottles (back in the day when milk was delivered in bottles on the doorstep). He pointed out that for years no bird had ever pecked through to the cream at the top of the milk. Then one did. And then the phenomenon spread, rapidly, and was occurring over a wide geographical area. He suggested that what one bird had learned, passed – through morphic resonance - to the others of that species.
This idea threatened his tenure at Cambridge, and in the end he left, but published his views in books that have been very widely read, but never accepted through main-stream science.
The reason his ideas have not been acceptable is because they suggest a non-local consciousness and parapsychological aspect to reality that is anathema to the acceptable consensus view of the world, monitored by the thought police.
His TED talk - removed at the request of fellow scientists - can be found below, and is well worth watching. Paradoxically, it has now been viewed on this one You Tube posting, by over one million people.
Graham Hancock has had a particular interest in Ancient Egypt. His work with Robert Bauval in this context deserves a post of its own. But in his banned TED talk, he was speculating on the effects of psychotropic drugs (and why these are banned - drugs like LSD and Marijuana) whereas the pharmaceuticals that are not banned have a profoundly deleterious effect on consciousness.
As it happens, the current writer disagrees with Hancock's take on spirituality and the 'reality' discovered through hallucinogens, but his views should be heard.
He, like Sheldrake, was banned from TED because he challenged powerful interest groups as well as the very active thought police in the scientific community. His talk has also been seen now by well over one million people.
More than 20 veterans of US Intelligence services
have written to President Obama to ask him to release substantive information on the alleged Russian hacking or to confirm such intelligence simply does not exist. The fact they have released this open letter is news in itself. If this has not been covered by the BBC, or CNN, or MSNBC or in your newspaper of record, is in itself significant.
We urge you to authorize public release of any tangible evidence that takes us beyond the unsubstantiated, “we-assess” judgements by the intelligence agencies. Otherwise, we – as well as other skeptical Americans – will be left with the corrosive suspicion that the intense campaign of accusations is part of a wider attempt to discredit the Russians and those – like Mr. Trump – who wish to deal constructively with them.
As significant players have dubbed the alleged hack "an act of war" and called Trump a "Traitor" the stakes are very high. And yet, in the opinion of this significant and very experienced group, as of yet nothing approaching tangible evidence and proof has been offered.
They include:William Binney, former Technical Director, World Geopolitical & Military Analysis, NSA; co-founder, SIGINT Automation Research Center (ret.)
Marshall Carter-Tripp, Foreign Service Officer (ret) and former Office Director in the State Department Bureau of Intelligence and Research
Thomas Drake, former Senior Executive, NSA
Bogdan Dzakovic, Former Team Leader of Federal Air Marshals and Red Team, FAA Security, (ret.) (associate VIPS)
Philip Giraldi, CIA, Operations Officer (ret.)
Mike Gravel, former Adjutant, top secret control officer, Communications Intelligence Service; special agent of the Counter Intelligence Corps and former United States Senator
The full letter can be read here.
Anyone following this link can see that in an issue of this importance, there is precedent for revealing information that might possibly compromise other activities. It was done:
It is the view of this writer, that a propaganda war is being fought at the moment. Russia is being made the whipping boy so that other issues, closer to home in America, are not looked at. The actual details of the Wikileaks emails have dropped from the headlines a long time ago, even though in the alternative media (so called fake news media) important questions are being raised.
There is no discussion for example, of the cyber-espionage activities of the West - and the USA in particular, nor the spying by diplomats in Russia, nor the long and inglorious history of direct American actions over 60 years in the democracies of other nations – Iran (1953), Chile (on 9/11 1973), In fact political scientist Dov Levin of Carnegie Mellon University, estimates 81 such interventions between 1946 and 2000.
We are entitled to ask what exactly is going on, and why our 'trusted' media outlets are so evidently not doing their job. Is their a silent coup occurring in the USA?
Stephen J. Sniegoski writing in the Unz Review, questions the prevailing story that Russia hacked the DNC emails. he writes, in a thought provoking article:
"Like other common memes—such as anti-Semitism, racism, and sexism—used to silence debate, the exact meaning of Russian interference in the election is unclear—and Obama’s inclusion of a number of extraneous issues in his explanation for taking retaliatory action against Russia muddles the issue even more."
He points out that the misunderstanding, that the Russians actually manipulated voting results, simply cannot be true as voting machines are not connected to the Internet, and some counts were of paper ballots. He also confirms that the assertion that the Russians gained the emails from the DNC server is still unproven, even though widely asserted.
"Now to consider the ramifications of Russia’s hacking the emails of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and of Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman, John Podesta, and the reception and release to the public of this Russian-hacked information by WikiLeaks. While this is assumed to be incontestably true by the mainstream media, neither one of these allegations is rock solid at the moment. "
Both Julian Assange and the former ambassador, Craig Murray, have made it clear the Russians did not feed the information to Wikileaks, but that it came from an insider. This has led to both being denigrated in the mass media, with one American cable news programme going so far as to say Assange was a Pedophile. They have since retracted that statement under threat of a huge law suit.
But the attack on Assange is interesting, as the leaked emails do contain some very peculiar content that has led many to conclude they are referring – in part – to paedophile activities. Indeed it was the main stream media that first spoke of the link to Pizzas and Gates.
No-one is suggesting the content of the emails is fallacious, although nods and winks suggest that the Russians would have manipulated the data. That said (and totally unproven) other data very damaging to Hillary Clinton has gone largely without comment.
"The information harmful to Hillary Clinton included the DNC’s behind-the-scenes support for her over Bernie Sanders (which included then DNC chair Donna Brazile’s feeding answers to Clinton before the latter’s debate with Bernie Sanders); Clinton’s unpublicized paid speeches—on foreign policy and the economy– to wealthy business executives and bankers revealing views diametrically opposed to her campaign positions; the collusion of mainstream media reporters with the DNC. For example, Washington Post columnist Dana Milbank requested and got the DNC to do the research for a negative column he wrote about Trump."
The full article can be read here, and is recommended.
And the relevance of pizza?
This is a disturbing narrative that the current writer will not post about directly. But there is something going on that is deeply troubling, and not just in the minds of a few far right blogging sites. It has been rubbished as 'Fake News' but the factual data raises very real (if somewhat dark) questions.
In a recent post we looked at the possible relationship between the Nazis, the so called Secret Space Programme and the Antarctic. That article can be found here.
As usual, the tabloids are leading the way with what might be – or might not be – elements of disclosure, the pictures of pyramidal structures in the Antarctic. these are still not the remains of ancient civilizations that some 'insiders' are saying will fill the news in due course, but are intriguing.
The Biggest Secret Ever?
Oh! It's a conspiracy theory!
How many times have you heard that?
It applies to who killed Kennedy..
It is said to anyone who challenges the accepted explanation of 9/11, however much the official narrative comes apart at the seams.
But most of all, it applies to everyone who dares suggest that Extra Terrestrial existences have been in touch with Earth for millennia and that aerial phenomena may indeed originate off this planet.
Even more conspiratorial is the idea that such UFO phenomena may actually originate from groups on this planet. Yet there is compelling evidence that something of the sort is the best explanation for many strange occurrences, including abductions and mutilations and lights in the sky (the ones that are not weather balloons).
The story starts in the 19th Century
Sir Edward Bulwer-Lytton wrote a number of rather good books that would now be described as Visionary Fiction or as Science Fiction today. He was very widely read in his time. In the book shown below, Vril and the Power of the Coming Race we follow an adventurer who tumbles into a world below ground. He finds that this realm is far advanced to the world on the surface, and has mastered science to a degree that gives individuals great power. But in addition, the society has developed morally and psychologically that they need not use this power, rather they give it to children, who use the power of Vril to keep huge subterranean wild animals at bay.
Clearly, the story can be seen as symbolic. Some suggest Lytton foresaw the coming of the power of nuclear fission.
The Vril Society
Germany had long been home to various exotic secret societies that had an interest in the Occult. After the disastrous consequences of the Great War, these societies flourished and were caught in the maelstrom of the political developments of the time. One, The Vril Society (Vril Gesellschaft), used young women who appeared to have particular skill with what is now called channelling. Foremost amongst these young women was Maria Orschitsch, an Austrian who became caught up in the pan-German nationalist movement.
Orsic (Orschitsch) produced copious writing through mediumistic practices. One was in an obscure 'Templar' script and contained detailed technical information. The other was in ideographs that turned out to be Sumerian. Her friend, also a young woman with long straight hair, worn in a pony tail (unusual at this time) helped with the translation.
There is good reason to believe that the information obtained by these young women and shared with the other Vril members and later with the infamous Thule society, proved to be practical.
Some argue at length that it gave rise to a craft known as the Haunebu and funded by members of the Vril and Thule societies.
The Guardian is a highly respected broadsheet newspaper in the UK. For generations it has been trusted as a fiercely independent voice for the centre-left and liberal viewpoints in the UK.
In the opinion of the writer this has changed relatively recently. Apparently the newspaper has been left in a difficult financial situation after the departure of its last long serving Editor in chief, and that may have influenced its ability to be truly independent.
The Guardian boosted its credibility (and probably its sales) with the relationship with Wikileaks and Julian Assange at the time of the Snowden revelations. Since then relationships appear to have soured.
Glenn Greenwald, in The Intercept (who also brokered and published Snowden's findings, writes a powerful piece demonstrating, he says, that the Guardian, through the voice of Ben Jacobs, their Washington Correspondent, has published Fake news, that has since gone viral, as it plays into the prejudices of those dismayed that Trump is now the US President elect.
Julian Assange is a deeply polarizing figure. Many admire him and many despise him (into which category one falls in any given year typically depends on one’s feelings about the subject of his most recent publication of leaked documents).
Greenwald provides detailed testimony to demonstrate that the Guardian article is simply erroneous. You can read the full article here (and are encouraged to do so). The original interview with Stefania Maurizi has been misrepresented, and she has tweeted that she is furious about this.
This propaganda battle over what is and is not fake news is of crucial importance at the moment - and it is essential to step outside the media bubble of only following the main stream media, to gain a perspective, resting on facts and not just opinion.
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We have heard recently a lot about Fake News. Hillary Clinton, speaking for the first time since aknowledging Trump had beaten her, suggested that such fake stories, on right wing Internet sourced sites, had defeated her.
In another blog at another time we will look at the role of Operation Mockingbird (used by the CIA) to place assets at senior positions in key media in the USA to ensure certains stories were covered in certain ways. Suffice to say here there is a litany of examples where the Main Stream Media ahve presented erroneous stories as 'truth'.
The example of the Anthrax threat presnted at the UN, and the 45 Minute nuclear holocaust threat put through loudspeakers by the UK tabloid press, allowed the UK and the USA to go to war with Iraq based on what is now quite clear was lies and deception.
With the Fourth Estate failing in its democratic duty so spectacularly, it is not surprising that the gap has been filled with enterprising journalists. Some, like Max Keiser with his quirky investigation of all things economic, have huge followings (on air he said 22 million views) which far exceed NBC, ABC and similar.
In our Alt Media section that you can find here, you will see a presentation of alternative news sources that the current writer has found informative and illuminating. We will update the videos on that page, regularly, so that it will be kept up to date with the most interesting presentations.
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