Psyop Witnesses

When designing a psyop one of the most crucial elements of it is staging impartial independent witnesses to corroborate the most basic elements of the story. Take Harley Guy for example. He was on hand for a Fox News interview after the Twin Towers were demoed and had a surprisingly prescient opinion as too why they came down (first time in history steel framed sky-scrappers collapsed as a result of fire). He was also clad in a Harley Davidson shirt in order to appeal to his target audience. Kudos to wardrobe.

He claimed he ‘witnessed both towers collapse due to structural failure because the fire was so intense” which ended up being the “official story” and also on record from NIST as being the FIRST time that ever happened… in history. Ever.

Pretty on cue for Harley Guy who just also happened to be a Fox freelance journalist (explains the paycheck I suppose) with absolutely no structural engineering background whatsoever. I guess he wasn’t so impartial after all.

Anyone remember the Nayirah incubator babies story? She was a ‘witness’ to the cruel inhuman Iraqi military coming into her hospital where she volunteered and tossed the newborn babies on the ground because for some unknown reason, they really wanted some incubators for Saddam’s house.

It was very moving and the representatives who heard her dramatic story, complete with weeping, voted to give Bush I a free hand to go bomb some more brown people. Two especially jumped on the “oh the horror” bandwagon right after her dramatic eye-witness testimony: Representatives Lantos and Porter

Turns out, she made the whole thing up. She was really the daughter of the Kuwaiti Ambassador to the U.S., Saud Nasir al-Sabah and had never volunteered for anything her entire life. The whole thing had been scripted by Hill and Knowlton, a D.C. propaganda firm.

” MacArthur noted that “the incubator story seriously distorted the American debate about whether to support military action” and questioned whether “their [Representatives Lantos and Porter] special relationship with Hill and Knowlton should prompt a Congressional investigation to find out if their actions merely constituted an obvious conflict of interest or, worse, if they knew who the tearful Nayirah really was in October 1990.”[57]

Point is, she wasn’t hardly an impartial independent witness either.

Recent history is full of cases like this. How about ‘Curveball’? Remember that impartial witness?

If you are going to craft a psyop, you need witnesses, people whom the target audience can relate too. People who apparently have no dog in the race and just wish to tell you their version of “the truth”. It is part of the Modus operandi, the method of operation of the spin doctors and Wag the Dog specialists who think they can craft their way to whatever future the masters of the universe desire.

This is why you have to remember precedent.

And this is why you have to establish precedent and then put it in current context while evaluating each new psyop as it unfolds.

Now, let’s talk about those Flight MH17 ‘witnesses’, shall we?

“But Scott, all those witnesses saw the plane parts falling from the sky!”

Did they?…


Remembering MK Ultra

This June 27, 1994, document is stored at the National Security Archive at The George Washington University.

It was written by a CIA advisory committee, and forwarded to the Presidential Committee on Human Radiation Experiments, which was preparing public hearings at the time.

The document has many interesting implications. In this article, I want to focus on two. The first point concerns the CIA mind control program, MKULTRA…!blJlHy


Abraham Bolden

Abraham W. Bolden (born January 19, 1935) is an American former United States Secret Service agent – the first African-American Secret Service agent assigned to the Presidential Protective Division, appointed by John F. Kennedy in 1961. Bolden was fired from the Secret Service after he was charged in 1964 with accepting a bribe in relation to a counterfeiting case he was involved with. He was ultimately sentenced to six years in prison. The charges came shortly after Bolden attempted to inform the Warren Commission of Secret Service failings relating to the Assassination of John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963, including a failure to adequately follow up a prior assassination attempt earlier that month. Bolden, who worked in the automotive industry after his release, testified to the Select Committee on Assassinations of the US House of Representatives in 1978 and published his memoirs in 2008…

Thanks to Dr. Detroit for the above link.


The Empire Reaches The Breaking Point

The historian who chronicles US Empire, William Blum, issued his 130th Anti-Empire Report this week. In it he notes that the US, by far, is seen by the people of the world as “the greatest threat to peace in the world today” with 24% taking that view. Only 2% see Russia as such a threat, and 6% see China.

This should not come as a surprise since, as this map shows, much of the world has been bombed, had their democratically chosen governments overthrown and has been occupied by the United States. Blum follows these interventions closely and has reported that since the end of World War II, the United States has:

It seems the people of the world are factually correct when they label the United States the greatest threat to peace in the world.

Yet, despite this mass public opinion about the United States, US leaders seem oblivious. As Blum points out, Secretary of State John Kerry said: “In my travels as Secretary of State, I have seen as never before the thirst for American leadership in the world.”

And, potential future leaders show support for the path of military intervention. The Republican Vice Presidential candidate in 2012, Paul Ryan (R-WI) said: “We need to be reminded that the world needs American leadership.” And the frontrunner for the Democratic presidential nomination, Hillary Clinton, has said “The United States can, must, and will lead in this new century.”

A more accurate appraisal comes from Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in the Vietnam era when he said: “The greatest purveyor of violence in the world : My own Government, I cannot be Silent.” The people of the United States must follow the lead of Dr. King and work to end the interventionist violence of the United States Empire…

Interventions Map


Don’t let a good crisis go to waste – that appears to be the newest slogan of Russian President Vladimir Putin, as his approval rating in Russia soared from 54% a year ago to 83% now, matching the record of the data series in 2008, when he switched roles to become Prime Minister. The rating was, as Gallupput it, “likely propelled by a groundswell of national pride with the annexation of Crimea in March on the heels of the Sochi Olympic Games in February.”

By contrast, President Obama’s job approval rating in the US, according to Gallup’s daily tracker, languishes at a miserable 42%. Bad, but still head and shoulders above the most despised tax-and-retreat French President of the Fifth Republic, François Hollande, whose approval rating has finally stopped plunging once it got to about 20%.

But it’s not just Putin

Russian’s confidence in their military jumped to an all-time record of 78%, up from 65% a year ago, wowed perhaps by the military’s awe-inspiring performance in the Crimean debacle.

Confidence in the Russian government skyrocketed from 39% in 2013 to 64% now. And that at a time when the US Congress is mired down in a well-deserved or perhaps too generous job approval rating of 15% by the hapless American voters who just can’t seem to figure out how to throw the rascals out.

The crisis also has given the Russian government a boost overall: 73% of Russians believe their government is leading them in the right direction, a majority for the first time since 2008, when Putin left the presidency. Russians really do have confidence in him, and they miss him when he’s gone. Yet, their economic outlook, while up, remains crummy: only 35% see conditions getting better, but 19% see them deteriorating.

And even Russians’ confidence in the elections has soared, albeit from an abysmal 23% in 2013 to a somewhat less abysmal 39%. That’s more than double the terrible level of 2006 and 2007, during Putin’s first reign, when only 17% of the Russian were confident in the honesty of their elections. Well, OK, honest or not, but at least they got their Putin back…


The Path Not Taken

…When the Soviet Union fell, there was an opening — a genuine opening — to make a better world. But America’s bipartisan elites refused to take that path. Instead they chose a threatening military expansion, after promising not to do it. They chose the “Shock Doctrine” tactics of hyper-capitalism, driving millions of people into desperate ruin and early deaths, while empowering gangsters and crooks whose predatory instincts fit well with the new system. At every turn, they chose policies and supported corrupt leaders and a corrupt system that led people to see “democracy” as a dirty word, a hypocritical mask for robbery and repression. They chose to keep Russia down, keep it cowed and contained; they chose, as Matlock said, to re-divide the world, seeing the Soviet collapse not as an opportunity to make a safer, more secure and prosperous future for their own people — but as a chance to push their sick agenda of domination, greed and elite rule…