Mumbai Terrorist Attacks Not A CIA/Mossad Job

Al Qaeda theory: Mumbai intellectuals blame MOSSAD, CIA


Filed under: Asia, Corporations, Crime, Humanity, Journalism, Media, Military, North America, Politics, , , ,

Kin Dza Dza

Bizarre and funny Russian science fiction. With English subtitles.

Filed under: Film, Russia,

The Green Beautiful by Coline Serreau

I’ll be honest, I’ve only watched the first part thus far. I found it interesting. I’ve posted it here mainly on the reviews others have given it.

Filed under: Culture, Entertainment, Europe, Film, Humanity, Nature, Philosophy

The Missing Secrets Of Nikola Tesla

The history of this man just never bores me.

Filed under: History, Humanity, Military, Nature, Paranormal, Philosophy, Radio, Science, Technology, ,

How Obama Got Elected… Interviews With Obama Voters

I’m not sure this is an adequate or fair representation across the board. However, it does reflect my experience here in the UK. Whenever I spoke to people about the US nominee’s, they knew little or nothing about them. Having personally read a fair amount about Mr. Obama, his policies, the people he associates with politically (even socially), and having watched some aspects of his campaign with scrutiny, I had a very different view of him than my – apparently – less informed peers. The difference between myself and them was this: our faith in the man and what he represented was inversely proportionate to the amount of knowledge we had about him, his campaign, or his policies. I find this terrifying.

Filed under: Culture, Journalism, Media, North America, Politics, Psychology, ,

[Radio: Coast to Coast AM] Severe Economic Depression And War In Two To Three Years?

Pretty radical, I’d say. Alex Jones pulling no punches, as usual.

Filed under: Crime, Economics, Humanity, Journalism, Media, Military, Politics, Radio, World Affairs,

Divided Country, Disposable People – American war crimes in Korea, A New Film By Mickey Grant ** HIGHLY RECOMMENDED **

“I’m intensely promoting my nearly finished film about the history of American war crimes in Korea set against the background of the newly revealed history of the American intervention in Korea which started in the mid-1800’s. Here’s a link to an early edit of the film: [above – Ed]
The completion of the film has been inhibited by a great deal of difficulty raising funds for it but I managed to shoot for several weeks in North Korea as well as in the south. I even have Noam Chomsky in the film and lots of amazing new revelations about what really happened in that war. What most people ignore is that there are over 30,000 American military personel present in South Korea… costing over a billion a month and they have been there over 50 years (50 time 12 billion=600 billion dollars).” – Mickey Grant

A revealing look at history that will change your perception of the modern world. Mr. Grant is looking for funding for his new film. Donations can be sent to:

Santa Cruz Film Foundation
5833 Turner
The Colony, Texas 75056

Filed under: Crime, Economics, History, Humanity, Journalism, Law, Media, Military, North America, Politics, World Affairs, , ,

Neuro Linguistic and Hypnotic Techniques Used in Barack Obama’s Speeches?

“Is Barack Obama a brilliant orator, captivating millions through his eloquence? Or is he deliberately using the techniques of neurolinguistic programming (NLP), a covert form of hypnosis developed by Milton Erickson, M.D.?

A fundamental tool of “conversational hypnosis” is pacing and leading – a way for the hypnotist to bypass the listeners critical faculty by associating repeated statements that are unquestionably accurate with the message he wants to convey.
In his Denver acceptance speech, Obama used the phrases “thats why I stand here tonight,” “now is the time,” and “this moment” 14 times. Paces are connected to the lead by words such as “and,” “as,” “because,” or “that is why.” For example, “we need change” (who could disagree?)”and that is why I will be your next President.”

Techniques of trance induction include extra slow speech, rhythm, tonalities, vagueness, visual imagery, metaphor, and raising of emotion. Hypnotists often have patients count. In a speech after the primaries closed, Obama said: “Sixteen months have passed (paused) “Thousands” (pause) “of miles” (pause) “Millions of voices”.

Hypnotists call this a distraction technique: sending the dominant hemisphere on an assignment involving linguistic processes, thus opening the nondominant hemisphere to suggestion.”

Consider Hitler, Bush’s war on terror. The masses are more easily swayed with non-sequitirs than you’d imagine. While I find the inference of this short video a little kooky, the message – I feel – is strong and needs to be seriously considered by all. It is a simple fact that these methods are employed: ask any PR/oratory expert. Try asking Barack…

Filed under: Culture, Humanity, Journalism, Media, North America, Politics, Psychology, , ,

Obama’s Chief Of Staff, Rahm Emanuel, To Force 18-25s Into Military Service

Nice. That’s what we’ve all been striving for.

Filed under: Uncategorized

US CONSTITUTION SPECIAL: Phil Donahue Show About US Militia Featuring James Johnson, 1994

1994. And look what’s happened… Militia or prophets with guns? Phil Donahue certainly “does his job” here using the usual “debate show” tactics of over familiar and aggressive implication: a unidirectional discourse less cultivated than the worst tabloid newspaper article.

Filed under: Crime, Culture, History, Humanity, Journalism, Law, Media, Military, North America, Politics, , ,

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