Saturday, April 27, 2013

"Ministry of Truth Makes Boston Bombing Suspect Disappear" by Jon Rappoport

Further cutting-edge observations about the Boston bombing, courtesy of investigative journalist Jon Rappoport....

Here are the first few paragraphs of Rappoport's 4-25-13 blog entry, followed by a link to the full article:

"Ministry of Truth Makes Boston Bombing Suspect Disappear" by Jon Rappoport:

The boy. Abdul Rahman Alharbi. He was here, then he wasn’t.

He was featured in major stories, then he wasn’t.

The Ministry of Truth (controlled media) has no further concerns.

For a few hours, Alharbi was the prime suspect in the Boston bombing. Then he was a person of interest.

Then he was no longer a person of interest, he was severely burned and in the hospital.

Then Secretary of State John Kerry met with Saudi Foreign Minister Saud. Obama met with Saud, too, and with the Saudi ambassador.

Then Alharbi became a witness who wasn’t severely burned. He’d received minor injuries.

Then DHS took away his travel visa and prepared to deport him.

Then, poof.

Where is he? Was he deported?

No one seems to know.

Since 2009, though, and long before Michelle Obama visited him in a Boston hospital a few days ago, Alharbi had been to the White House seven times. On several occasions, those visits lasted several hours….

Read Rappoport’s entire article by clicking HERE.

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

"Reality Is a Psyop" by Jon Rappoport

"There is more than one space and time.

"What would happen if the three major networks, each with considerable power, had come up with three vastly different versions of the Boston massacre?

"You would see a serious conflict of 'spaces and times.' It would happen before your eyes.

"It would put people into an existential warp. They wouldn't know what to do. They'd feel as if their innards were separating, as if they were being drawn and quartered.

"Consensus reality would begin to disintegrate.

"A psyop depends on being able to engineer one story line."

--Jon Rappoport, 4-21-13

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HIGHLY RECOMMENDED:  Jon Rappoport's latest article entitled "Reality Is a Psyop."  Here's Rappoport's introduction to the piece followed by a link to the full article, which can be found on Rappoport's always illuminating blog (as well as on Rappoport's related site,

Jack True was one of the most innovative hypnotherapists of our time. Largely unknown in academic circles, uninterested in publishing his work, Jack focused on his patients.
We met in 1987. We became friends and colleagues. Over the course of several years, I interviewed him many times.
Jack eventually gave up on straight hypnosis-and-suggestion as a way to do therapy. He said, "I'm finding that people who come to my office are already in a hypnotic state, so my job is to wake them up."
Here is an excerpt from one of our interviews:
Q: What does "mind control" mean to you?
A: The total sum of all influences that put people in a reality trance.
Q: And what's that?
A: A state in which people consider this the only space and the only possible time.
Q: And it isn't?
A: Reality is a psychological operation. "Here we are, this is the only space and time, and we're inside it." Whereas, music, for example, invents its own time and even space, and you can see, from people's reaction to it, how profound other deeper realities can be.
If we define ourselves as creatures only capable of living inside one space and time, then we adjust our behavior, our prospects, and we adjust the scope of our desires.
The space-time continuum is one reality. And at some level, a human being knows this. That's the point. He knows this. And he doesn't want to stay glued to one reality.
So if a person becomes all wound up in this continuum---which of course he does---then he loses sight of what? Desire. Because it seems then that reality defines what can be legitimately desired. Everything is backwards. Desire becomes diluted and blunted. And power drains away.
Imagine it this way. There's a machine that keeps manufacturing reality. Space, time, reality. And people, however it happens, hook themselves up to it. They're addicts.
Q: So who is really carrying out this psychological operation, as you call it?
A: The people who run the machine, and the people who, whether they realize it or not, choose to stay attached to what the machine produces. It's a two-way street. But the trump cards are played by the addict. He can either cure himself or remain a slave.

Q: When you say there is more than one space and time, do you just mean there are alternative realities or possibilities?
A: I mean that, yes, but also more. Space and time are constructs. They can be manipulated. They can be invented by artists. They can be imposed. They can be, at a deep psychological or spiritual level, perceived for what they are: elements that spring out of our state of mind. In one state of mind, you'll perceive one corresponding space-time. In another state mind that is quite different, you'll perceive another space-time.
Q: And knowing that, what can be done?
A: Well, with patients, I have them invent different spaces and times.
Q: How?
A: Several ways. One way is by inventing dreams.
Q: What's the effect of that?
A: They begin to receive new feedback.
Q: What kind of feedback?
A: Every space and every time has different emotions and feelings attached to it. These become chronically experienced feelings. By getting out of a central space and time, the patient feels new things. He is freer.

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You can read Rappoport's entire article HERE.

Sunday, April 21, 2013

The Strategy of Tension (Part 2)

WASHINGTON, April 20 (UPI) -- U.S. President Barack Obama said Saturday the United States "will remain vigilant as a nation" following the terrorist bombing attack at the Boston Marathon., 4-20-13
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“Similar but rather less drastic methods were used during the Korean War on military prisoners. In their Chinese camps the young Western captives were systematically subjected to stress. Thus, for the most trivial breaches of the rules, offenders would be sum­moned to the commandant's office, there to be ques­tioned, browbeaten and publicly humiliated. And the process would be repeated, again and again, at any hour of the day or night. This continuous harassment produced in its victims a sense of bewilderment and chronic anxiety. To intensify their sense of guilt, pris­oners were made to write and rewrite, in ever more intimate detail, long autobiographical accounts of their shortcomings. And after having confessed their own sins, they were required to confess the sins of their companions. The aim was to create within the camp a nightmarish society, in which everybody was spying on, and informing against, everyone else.”
 --Aldous Huxley, Brave New World Revisited (Chapter Seven), 1958
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“The Nebraska State Patrol is reminding citizens to remain vigilant in the wake of the tragic and senseless acts of violence which have taken place in Boston.
“‘We join the nation in condemning these acts of terror on the American public,’ said Colonel David Sankey, superintendent of the Nebraska State Patrol. ‘We encourage our citizens to continue to help keep our communities safe by reporting suspicious activity.’
“Nebraskans can report suspicious activity through the Nebraska Information Analysis Center website.
“Using the ‘Suspicious Activity Reporting’ link citizens will access the SAR portal which opens a detailed questionnaire for the reporting party to provide information on suspicious activities or events they believe should be shared with law enforcement.
“Colonel Sankey said, ‘We believe Nebraskans are observant and have good instincts. The SAR tool provides them another avenue in which to make law enforcement aware of their concerns.’
“The Nebraska State Patrol reminds citizens that emergency situations or situations which require immediate action should be reported to 911.
“Nebraskans can find additional Homeland Security Information by visiting the NIAC website ‘Eight signs of Terrorism’ link.
“’Our Agency remains vigilant in its responsibilities to protect and serve the people of Nebraska. We encourage our citizens to remain vigilant as well,’ Sankey said., 4-16-13
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“To these mental stresses were added the physical stresses of malnutrition, discomfort and illness. The increased suggestibility thus induced was skilfully exploited by the Chinese, who poured into these abnormally recep­tive minds large doses of pro-Communist and anti-capi­talist literature. These Pavlovian techniques were re­markably successful. One out of every seven American prisoners was guilty, we are officially told, of grave collaboration with the Chinese authorities, one out of three of technical collaboration.”
--Aldous Huxley, Brave New World Revisited (Chapter Seven), 1958
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“No matter how far away, we all felt the blast of Oklahoma City.
“Then the World Trade Center. The Pentagon. And now, Boston.
“Shock, confusion, sadness, fear, anger.
“We felt them all in our gut; we didn’t have to breathe the dust. But some people have to do more than stare at a TV and cry and cuss. Because if a little boy can die waiting for family friends to cross the finish line of a race on a beautiful day in April, it can happen anywhere.
“On Monday, as timing would have it, a group of Kansas City area police, fire and emergency response officials were meeting at Mid-America Regional Council when two bombs exploded near the finish line at the Boston Marathon.
“Three dead, including that 8-year-old boy. More than 170 injured. Limbs blown off, bones splintered. Horror on bloody faces of people who didn’t know they were fighting a war.
“Everybody at that table in Kansas City asked themselves: Are we ready?
“’It’s a reminder of the uncertain times we live in and how critical it is to remain vigilant and to be prepared,’ Erin Lynch, emergency services and homeland security program director at MARC, said Tuesday […]
“The area’s law enforcement officials share a culture forged by Oklahoma City and 9/11, said Tom Dailey, Independence police chief and a member of MARC’s Regional Homeland Security Coordinating Committee.
“’We have had a whole generation of police officers come on since 9/11,’ said Dailey […].
“Terrorism is crime on steroids, and we have developed an inventory of behaviors and activities that often occur before terrorist acts,” Dailey said.
--“Boston Marathon Bombing Is a Sad Reminder ‘To Remain Vigilant,’”, 4-16-13
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It must not be supposed that this kind of treatment is reserved by the Communists exclusively for their enemies. The young field workers, whose business it was, during the first years of the new regime, to act as Communist missionaries and organizers in China's in­numerable towns and villages were made to take a course of indoctrination far more intense than that to which any prisoner of war was ever subjected. In his China under Communism R. L. Walker describes the methods by which the party leaders are able to fabri­cate out of ordinary men and women the thousands of selfless fanatics required for spreading the Communist gospel and for enforcing Communist policies. Under this system of training, the human raw material is shipped to special camps, where the trainees are com­pletely isolated from their friends, families and the outside world in general. In these camps they are made to perform exhausting physical and mental work; they are never alone, always in groups; they are encouraged to spy on one another; they are required to write self-accusatory autobiographies; they live in chronic fear of the dreadful fate that may befall them on account of what has been said about them by in­formers or of what they themselves have confessed.”
--Aldous Huxley, Brave New World Revisited (Chapter Seven), 1958
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“It has become a depressingly familiar story in the digital age. An alleged sexual assault occurs. Images brazenly are shared electronically. Reputations are destroyed and, in some cases, a humiliated teen even takes his or her own life.
“That horrifying chain of events played out shortly after school started in the fall when 15-year-old Audrie Pott, of Saratoga, committed suicide eight days after police say she was assaulted by three boys, who were arrested last week on suspicion of sexual battery and distribution of unlawful material in a case that has sparked national outrage.
“Audrie's death is only the latest in a series of cyber-related tragedies fueling a debate about the negative effects of social media -- especially on kids who are anxious to live their lives through electronic devices but unprepared to deal with the sometimes harsh consequences.
‘A Canadian teen, who allegedly was gang-raped and then horrified to see a photo of the incident circulating among friends, was taken off life support last week after trying to hang herself. Last month, two Steubenville, Ohio, high school football stars were convicted of raping a drunken 16-year-old girl -- an assault that came to light when digital photos were distributed.
‘’You look at these cases and see how similar they are, and you wonder what's happening in our society right now,’ said Parry Aftab, founder of advocacy group Stop Cyberbullying. ‘Something new and terrible is occurring. Why do otherwise normal kids rape people and then brag about it online for cyberglory? These kids are setting off bombs online, and then they explode offline.’
‘Instant communication on cellphones has become increasingly important to teenagers. And teens can have the attitude that if they don't post something on Facebook, then it didn't actually happen. But the full implications of that technology also can be lost on them, and Audrie's death is yet another cautionary tale about the perils of social media.
“’As much as the original rape of this young girl was a violation of her soul, you could argue that the suicide was motivated by the public humiliation of the photos rather than the private humiliation she suffered at the party,’ said Dr. Michael Rich, director of the Center on Media and Child Health at Boston Children's Hospital. ‘The rape was repeated every time someone passed those photos on. It sure sounds like that's what led her to feel her life was worthless, not the rape itself.’
“The photos going viral, according to accounts provided by authorities and family attorney Robert Allard, only magnified the teen's emotional pain -- and ultimately became too much to bear.
“Audrie, who played musical instruments, loved to sing and enjoyed playing soccer, attended an unsupervised house party Labor Day weekend. Audrie had passed out drunk when she was assaulted by three Saratoga High students, police say.
“Allard said digital photos ‘spread like wildfire’ among students, and that seems to be reflected in a series of tortured Facebook postings by Audrie in the days before her Sept. 10 death, including one describing the ‘worst day in her life.’
“It was only after her death that a Santa Clara County sheriff's deputy assigned to the school began hearing whispers about the sharing of the images and that her parents became aware of the assault.
“Tina Meier knows first-hand what the Pott family has been going through the past seven months. Her 13-year-old daughter, Megan Meier, committed suicide in 2006 after the teen was embarrassed by a cruel Internet hoax where a friend's mother pretended to be a boy who liked her.
“’I'm sure this girl knew that she didn't have control over those images and what was being said about her,’ said Meier, who founded the Megan Meier Foundation. ‘Kids many times feel that the things that they hear are what everybody is going to believe, and that there's no way out.’
“Just turning off the cellphone or computer is not a solution, she said.
“’Social media is the way that teenagers communicate today,’ Meier said. ‘It's their whole life, and when you're pushed aside and humiliated in that world, it's truly devastating for them. Kids are conditioned to have their cellphones with them everywhere and even go to bed with them. They set up alerts that ding anytime there's a message. It's a vicious, 24-hour cycle that they can't get away from.’
“The circumstances of Audrie's death quickly gained national attention in part because of two other high-profile cases. Rehtaeh Parsons, 17, from Halifax, Nova Scotia, was removed from life support on April 7 after a suicide attempt. She was depressed over being allegedly raped and bullied by four boys in November 2011 when she was 15. She reportedly had been tormented at school after a photo allegedly showing her having sex with a boy was circulated among friends' mobile phones and computers.
“In March, two Ohio football stars were convicted of raping a drunken 16-year-old girl -- an attack that came to light when digital photos of the naked 16-year-old were distributed digitally.
But David Finkelhor, director of the Crimes Against Children Research Center, said it's wrong to place the blame with technology
“Instead, he said: ‘Kids feel like they can commit these kinds of acts and maybe even get away with them.’
“Rape among teenagers, he added, has decreased substantially since the 1990s and cellphones even might be part of the reason for that drop. That's why he calls the issue of technology ‘complicated’ when discussing sexual assaults.
“’If someone knows their images could be out there because everyone is carrying around smartphones, they will be fearful of committing a crime,’ Finkelhor said. ‘The problem with sexual-assault crimes always has been that it can be his word vs. her word. So while an image of what happened can be tremendously humiliating, it also can identify the offenders and lead to convictions.’
“Aftab has a different view. She believes once technology becomes involved, young people can lose a sense of empathy. She theorizes that whomever took the alleged images might be teens who feel like they're the stars of a reality television show. Teens who viewed and then disseminated the photos become the audience.
“’It's not just the plain, old, horrible crime of rape,’ said Aftab, an Internet privacy and security expert. ‘The cyberworld has a different reality as far as kids are concerned. It's not real life. For them, it's a show and not a rape of someone their own age. It's almost as if entertainment has taken over their humanity.’
“The Pott family has been public about the circumstances of Audrie's death in hopes it can prevent further tragedies and lead to an ‘Audrie's Law’ to better address cyberbullying that follows sexual assaults.
“Rich isn't sure if changes in the law are the answer, but he's convinced there needs to be changes in societal attitudes.
“’We need to reframe the whole act, including the photos, as rape because that's exactly what it is,’ he said.
--“Saratoga Girl’s Suicide Fuels Cyberbullying Debate,”, 4-13-13
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“After about six months of this kind of thing, prolonged mental and physical stress produces the results which Pavlov's findings would lead one to expect. One after another, or in whole groups, the trainees break down. Neurotic and hysterical symptoms make their appearance. Some of the victims commit suicide, others (as many, we are told, as 20 per cent of the total) develop a severe mental illness. Those who survive the rigors of the conversion process emerge with new and ineradicable behavior patterns. All their ties with the past -- friends, family, traditional decencies and pieties -- have been severed. They are new men, re-created in the im­age of their new god and totally dedicated to his serv­ice.”
--Aldous Huxley, Brave New World Revisited (Chapter Seven), 1958
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“Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano told lawmakers Wednesday that there is ‘no current indication’ that the deadly Boston Marathon bombings earlier this week were a part of a larger plot but she urged the American people ‘to remain vigilant’ in light of the explosions.
“’There is no current indication to suggest the attack was indicative of a broader plot,’ Napolitano said at a Senate committee hearing on the Department of Homeland Security's 2013 budget requests. ‘But out of an abundance of caution we continue to keep in place enhanced security measures, both seen and unseen, in coordination with federal, state and local partners. We continue to urge the American public to remain vigilant and immediately report any signs of suspicious activity to local law enforcement.’”
--“Napolitano:  ‘No Current Indication’ Boston Bombing Was Part Of Bigger Plot,”, 4-17-13
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“Brainwashing, as it is now practiced, is a hybrid technique, depending for its effectiveness partly on the systematic use of violence, partly on skilful psychologi­cal manipulation. It represents the tradition of 1984 on its way to becoming the tradition of Brave New World. Under a long-established and well-regulated dic­tatorship our current methods of semiviolent manipula­tion will seem, no doubt, absurdly crude.”
--Aldous Huxley, Brave New World Revisited (Chapter Seven), 1958

Friday, April 19, 2013

The Strategy of Tension (or) James Eagan Holmes + Adam Lanza + Christopher Dorner + the Boston Marathon Bombings =

“In the course of his epoch-making experiments on the conditioned reflex, Ivan Pavlov observed that, when subjected to prolonged physical or psychic stress, laboratory animals exhibit all the symptoms of a nervous breakdown. Refusing to cope any longer with the intolerable situation, their brains go on strike, so to speak, and either stop working altogether (the dog loses consciousness), or else resort to slow­downs and sabotage (the dog behaves unrealistically, or develops the kind of physical symptoms which, in a human being, we would call hysterical). Some animals are more resistant to stress than others. Dogs possess­ing what Pavlov called a ‘strong excitatory’ constitution break down much more quickly than dogs of a merely ‘lively’ (as opposed to a choleric or agitated) temperament. Similarly ‘weak inhibitory’ dogs reach the end of their tether much sooner than do ‘calm imperturbable’ dogs. But even the most stoical dog is unable to resist indefinitely. If the stress to which he is subjected is sufficiently intense or sufficiently pro­longed, he will end by breaking down as abjectly and as completely as the weakest of his kind.


“Stresses amply sufficient to cause a complete cerebral breakdown can be induced by methods which, though hatefully inhuman, fall short of physical torture.


“Turning once again to Pavlov, he learns that, on their way to the point of final breakdown, dogs become more than normally suggestible. New be­havior patterns can easily be installed while the dog is at or near the limit of its cerebral endurance, and these new behavior patterns seem to be ineradicable. The animal in which they have been implanted cannot be deconditioned; that which it has learned under stress will remain an integral part of its make-up.

“Psychological stresses can be produced in many ways. Dogs become disturbed when stimuli are unu­sually strong; when the interval between a stimulus and the customary response is unduly prolonged and the animal is left in a state of suspense; when the brain is confused by stimuli that run counter to what the dog has learned to expect; when stimuli make no sense within the victim's established frame of ref­erence. Furthermore, it has been found that the de­liberate induction of fear, rage or anxiety markedly heightens the dog's suggestibility. If these emotions are kept at a high pitch of intensity for a long enough time, the brain goes ‘on strike.’ When this happens, new behavior patterns may be installed with the great­est of ease.


“The effectiveness of political and religious propa­ganda depends upon the methods employed, not upon the doctrines taught. These doctrines may be true or false, wholesome or pernicious -- it makes little or no difference. If the indoctrination is given in the right way at the proper stage of nervous exhaustion, it will work. Under favorable conditions, practically every­body can be converted to practically anything.”

The above passages are excerpted from Chapter Seven of Aldous Huxley’s 1958 non-fiction book Brave New World Revisited, a collection of essays that originally appeared in Newsday under the title “Tyranny Over the Mind.”  I prefer Brave New World Revisited over Huxley’s far more famous work, the 1931 dystopian novel Brave New World.  By 1958 Huxley clearly had no patience for metaphors or fictional artifice of any kind.  As Huxley writes in Chapter One of Brave New World Revisited:

“Twenty-seven years later, in this third quarter of the twentieth century A.D., and long before the end of the first century A.F. [After Ford], I feel a good deal less optimistic than I did when I was writing Brave New World. The prophecies made in 1931 are coming true much sooner than I thought they would […]. In the West, it is true, individual men and women still enjoy a large measure of freedom. But even in those coun­tries that have a tradition of democratic government, this freedom and even the desire for this freedom seem to be on the wane. In the rest of the world freedom for individuals has already gone, or is manifestly about to go. The nightmare of total organization, which I had situated in the seventh century After Ford, has emerged from the safe, remote future and is now awaiting us, just around the next corner.”

The essays in Brave New World Revisited get to the heart of the problem in as accessible and lucid a manner as possible.  No previous knowledge of Brave New World is necessary to appreciate the essays in Brave New World Revisited.  A relatively short book (only 118 pages long), it’s well worth the brief amount of time it takes to read it.  Of particular relevance to recent events are Chapters Four (“Propaganda in a Democratic Society”), Five (“Propaganda Under a Dictatorship”), Six (“The Arts of Selling”) and Seven (“Brainwashing”).  To read the full text of the book, simply click HERE. 

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Schizophrenia or Mind Control?

If Walter Bowart (author of Operation Mind Control) were alive today, he definitely would have been interested in the following story from today's Los Angeles Times.  In an article entitled "Costa Mesa Man Blew Himself Up, Police Believe," Lauren Williams and Joseph Serna report:

"Local police and FBI agents looked for answers — and explosives — in a Costa Mesa home Monday after [Kevin Harris, 52] apparently blew himself up in a blast that shocked the quiet, suburban neighborhood where he lived alone.

"Authorities who searched the scene said they found at least two explosive devices in the modest one-story home and detonated them, and they later discovered a rambling and worrisome 17,000-word essay online expressing a deep fear of government [...].

"The essay, titled 'The Pricker: A True Story of Assassination, Terrorism and High Treason,' includes references to aliens, the O.J. Simpson trial, the U.S. government and 'the pricker,' which it describes as 'an assassin's weapon that deposits biological agents into a victim's skin, on contact, without their knowledge.'

"Throughout the paper, the author — identifying himself as Harris — expresses belief that the U.S. government and its allies control the flow of information to the public and assassinate dissenters through freak accidents and diseases such as cancer and AIDS.

"The essay claimed that the government was behind the killings of Nicole Brown Simpson and John Lennon, the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks and the death of Righteous Brothers singer Bobby Hatfield.

"Family members described Harris as a brilliant and gentle person who had never expressed an interest in explosives or weaponry.

"Carol Harris, his 82-year-old mother, said he had been diagnosed with a mental disorder, possibly schizophrenia.

"She said that she hadn't seen her son in three years. She lives in Nevada and said that the last time they spoke, he told her was disconnecting his phone because he was getting unwanted calls. She said he didn't work and refused to let anyone enter his home.

"'He was a very gentle person,' she said.

Mark Harris, 57, said his brother was the youngest of five boys, and although the others were smart and high achieving — one is a professor, another a pharmacist — Kevin was the smartest.

"For us it's very troubling that he ended this way," Mark Harris said. "How he got off on his ideas on what you might call conspiracy theories … it's always been troubling to anybody who knows him because he's so smart."

Kevin Harris' home, practically hidden behind tall bushes and trees, was wrapped in foil, and when authorities entered, it was hard to see because all the windows had been covered, police said."

You can read the entire report by clicking HERE.

Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Synchromysticism and the Boston Marathon Bombings

For valuable synchromystic analysis (i.e., in-depth pattern recognition) of the Boston Marathon bombings, head on over to Loren Coleman's always provocative Twilight Language blog and read two of his most recent posts (from 4-16-13):  "Mapping The Tragedy:  Boston Bombs Set On Symbolic Street" and "Ricin Wicker Street."  You can read both by clicking HERE and HERE.

Friday, April 12, 2013

Everything You Need To Know About Gun Control

In case you hadn't heard, one of our great political scientists passed away on Thursday.  His name was Jonathan Winters (1925-2013).  If you're unfamiliar with Mr. Winters' scholarly work, you should definitely click on the link provided below.  The next time someone asks you the perennial question, "What are your views on gun control?" just refer them to the following clip on YouTube.  Though perhaps it's difficult to believe, the ultimate dissertation on one of the most heated Constitutional issues in American history can indeed be heard simply by clicking HERE

Thursday, April 11, 2013

Walter Bowart Interview

I'm pleased to see this is now available on YouTube:  a classic interview with my late friend and colleague, Walter Bowart, author of the groundbreaking book Operation Mind Control, which was published by Dell Books in 1978, then expanded considerably and republished in a limited edition by Flatland Books in 1994.  I happen to know Walter updated the book a third time in 2002, but he passed away (on December 18, 2007) before that version could see print.  Operation Mind Control has been out of print for far too long.

No journalist researched the subject of U.S. government mind control operations as thoroughly as Walter Bowart.  Walter's strange and dramatic life story has yet to be told in full (his considerable achievements extended far beyond investigative journalism), but for now I suggest taking the time to listen to this in-depth history of covert malfeasance from the viewpoint of a researcher who dedicated much of his life to wresting the cryptocracy's most guarded secrets from behind a nearly impenetrable wall of National Security.

This 1994 interview, conducted by researcher Ned Potter, can be heard in full by clicking HERE.

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