Daily Archives: June 20, 2013

Mind control starts young

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Why do so few people have the critical thinking skills to see through psyOps? Perhaps it’s because they never learned to think critically, but instead, they learned to obey and regurgitate.

School as we know it started in Prussia, mainly to make good obedient soldiers who weren’t afraid to be anti-human in their behaviour of killing strangers.

1 Obedient soldiers to the army;

2 Obedient workers to the mines;

3 Well subordinated civil servants to government;

4 Well subordinated clerks to industry;

5 Citizens who thought alike about major issues.

via ARE OUR “SCHOOLS” CONCENTRATION CAMPUSES FOR MIND DESTRUCTION?.

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Invoking the 9/11 myth

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Lest you wonder why we harp on 9/11, the myth is invoked on daily basis, no matter what they day’s headlines may be. Do a good job creating a rock solid myth and you can use it forever.

In defending the NSA’s sweeping collection of Americans’ phone call records, Obama administration officials have repeatedly pointed out how it could have helped thwart the 9/11 attacks: If only the surveillance program been in place before Sept. 11, 2001, U.S. authorities would have been able to identify one of the future hijackers who was living in San Diego.

via Fact checking NSA’s 9/11 claim: U.S. already knew identity of Saudi hijacker | The Raw Story.

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Economic magic numbers

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Fed Seen Tapering QE to  65 Billion at September Meeting   Bloomberg

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One of the reasons I bailed out of college was economics. I knew I was learning nonsense, and I could not stay awake.

Here’s the latest fed mumbo-jumbo card dealing nonsense statements. Does anyone really believe they have a clue what they are doing?

This passage is full of magic/occult numbers.

The survey of 54 economists followed Bernanke’s press conference yesterday, in which he mapped out a timetable for an end to one of the most aggressive easing strategies in Fed history. His remarks prompted economists to predict a faster reduction in purchases: in a June 4-5 survey, only 27 percent of economists forecast tapering would start in September.

Fed Seen Tapering QE to $65 Billion at September Meeting – Bloomberg.

h/t Banazir

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