I don’t think body scanners see much more than metal. I still opt out, and accept a pat down.
I like the part about the random (fake) alerts on the scanners, and that people reward themselves in times of stress.
Lets think about the business case for a moment. Currently airport companies make about 50% of their income with services (shops, restaurants etc.) and of course 50% with start and landing fees. When flights are delayed people spend more in airports. When security checks are longer, people are forced to be earlier at the airport. Then they buy water (you are not allowed to carry water, you might… what exactely?) for an exorbitant price, than food, parfume, chocolate or whatever. That is probabily the issue. In Munich, recently, I saw you can get a massage, cut your hair or get your fingernail done! All that in addition to buing food and drinks or shopping. So I guess the stress we are experincing at the security check is part of the plan. Allegedly, when people get under stress they tend to reward themselves more. Mentioning the cancer inducing effect of the check could be a hoax. Why? I flew this week for a couple of days to Portugal. I went through the machine (full body scan, 3D) and it „rang“. So the security man had to do a body check on me. Problem is, I was wearing a T-shirt, shorts, sneekers and not much else. Not even a watch. So I looked over the shoulder too see the monitor myself. It was highlighting my arms, and especially where you would carry a watch. Only, I did not. So the machine could be a box with random numbers, who knows. One last comment: the flight back was canceled and we spent 12 hours at the airport. Slept on the floor, bought very expensive water (I would refill, but sometimes they dispence only warm water, sometimes it tastes disgusting). Airports are weird business models.Comment on In Defense of Miles Mathis by Andrea cuttingthroughthefog.com…
Fascinating story of the transformation of the GM culture to the Toyota culture of building better cars.
This can be applied to American attitudes towards the 2nd Amendment, since it involves people, perception, and psychology.
The task seems insurmountable, but so was the idea to turn GM around, on an albeit smaller scale.
The point of this fantastic business story is that it takes a generation or two to change a way of thinking, unless you can blow it up and start over.
To process to amend the American Constitution is virtually impossible. If there is any chance at all, you will need to change the hearts and minds of one or two generations to effect change. This will take hundreds, maybe thousands, of capstone #hrdpar events over tens of years.
The controllers always have time on their side. Their corporations are patient and long term planners.
But in America, everyone I talked to said it took about a decade and a half after NUMMI for change to even begin to take hold at GM. By the year 2000, GM finally started to see a generational transformation. Jeffrey Liker says, so many managers had come through NUMMI for training, for a day, or a week, or a year.
Over time, you start to get 10 people, 20 people, 100 people, 300 people, and you now have a critical mass of people in GM who’ve all been in NUMMI, they’ve lived it. Now they’re managing people and teaching them what they learned, and it snowballs, and suddenly the world is different in GM, and nobody can even tell you exactly why.
I’m not sure they can steer a hurricane, but it sure has “cleared” the way for more debt for the island colony. Puerto Rico was already under corporate management for ignoring its debt interest payments. Perhaps the latest inevitable new wave of debt will pave the way for total ownership of its land and resources and return the peasants to a complete life of serfdom – with solar panels.
Natural disasters create destruction and pain, but also open doors to opportunity. The tsunami that destroyed the Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan changed that country’s mind about relying on nuclear energy to create electricity. The devastation visited upon Puerto Rico and several other islands in the Caribbean this year has left their electrical grids in ruins. While that has created hardships for the residents, it has opened the door to discussing whether renewable energy companies like Tesla can
I’m pretty sure Saudi Arabia and its sheiks are just a front for the Anglo American empire and its Governors (ie. uber rich). Hardly anyone notices that most of their numbers, particularly the “reserves”, never change, and are probably pure fiction.
Energy is a control mechanism for the world population. I’m not sure how solar power and batteries and electric vehicles will alter the future equation of control, but I’m sure our Governors will figure out a way to control the market.
It’s long been a mystery what the real-world situation is with Saudi Aramco’s oil reserves, as the state-owned firm has been reporting the same 261 billion barrels reserve figure for the last 30 years or — with no changes, despite pumping out large quantities of oil every year. Decline rates on the firm’s major fields have remained an unknown as well, as has the quality of the reserves.
Another Miles Mathis masterpiece on the frontmen that rule the business world.
Bezos, Musk, Gates, Jobs – all front men for InQTel and the world’s governors.
These rich gay Jewish momma’s boys are chosen specifically for their looks, since that too is part of the project. It is no accident that all your role models in business are people like this. They want you to believe that people like this become billionaires, since that totally messes with your mind. While they are crushing your body with fluoride and GMOs and aspartame and cellphone radiation, they are crushing your mind with daily contradictions. Watching these squishy guys like Gates, Musk, and Bezos seem to take over the world of high-tech and finance must short-circuit all rationality. If you want to advance, you will naturally model yourself after those you see advancing. But if you model yourself after these guys, you will be guaranteed not to advance. Which is fine by them, because it means they won’t have to compete with you. So you see, it is all part of the emasculation project, which is a subset of the CHAOS project. They suppress you with confusion, drugs, and bad information, so that you have no hope of advancing past a certain level. And if, like me, you come knocking on doors nonetheless—having skirted the drugs and bad info—they then just lock the door and pretend no one is home. Since they own all the markets, they know you can’t advance in any major market without their permission. Without market support, they figure you will die on the vine in short order. This is the way they maintain hegemony.
Money and fear and psyops work well for the oil industry.
Oil is the real renewable energy.
Greg agrees the BP oil spill may have been a hoax, but thinks nuke power is real but not dangerous.
Episode 241 is a very important discussion regarding oil and so-called “fossil fuels” and “peak oil”, with Greg Quinones, titled: “Abiogenic Petroleum: Peak Oil and “Fossil Fuels” – Debunked”. This episode is being released for Thursday, December 03, 2015, and was recorded November 22. Greg Quinones is a business consultant, writer, public speaker, trainer and teacher. Greg is Founder and Managing Executive Partner of ZEN Enhanced Oil Recovery (ZENEOR) a Texas based privately held limited liabil
Every now and then I find myself trapped in front of a TV and use it to go to sleep – here’s a show I thought was genuine a few years ago and now of course I watch for fakery and the blatant scripting.
Advance to 31:11 and let your jaw drop. Scroll down for the spoiler.
Yes you heard right – his “mom” was in the WTC! Now, perhaps some of these people are real. I am leaning more towards many of these “workers” are actors. There is no doubt in my mind that there is a specific script here – single mother with minimum 3 children, medical issues due to no health care insurance, working 60 hours to pay for school debt.
This is the plight of retail workers and always has been. Minimum wage, little chance to advance, no health insurance. There’s really nothing these suddenly-noticed-the-plight-of-their-workers CEOs can do other than share the wealth and we know that’s never going to happen.
For all those arriving at this post via google, please know that even reality TV is scripted. It has to be – otherwise it would be deadly dull. Life in retail is dull (I worked in it for years) – and low pay. Walmart and Amazon will only make the situation worse for these people.
In determining media fakery, we look for many clues. We look for anomalous pictures, magiK numbers, and recurring actors like one Kenneth no-so-Feinberg of 9/11 vicsims fame.
General Motors’ program to compensate victims of accidents that involved defective ignition switches has approved claims for 19 deaths, at least six more fatalities than GM has officially linked to the faulty part.
Now I’ve owned a few GMs, one good (after massive incentives) and one that I literally gave to my mechanic (who loved it for its income it generated for him).
While this might look like bad publicity and turn off potential buyers, studies have found that negative advertising gets noticed more and has a net benefit. (see my old post here fakeologist.com…).
I therefore postulate that this is a fraudulent story (with perhaps a kernel of truth deep down somewhere) that shows besides the media, some of the biggest corporations participate in media fraud in a big way.
This is course sets them up to be willing partners in any government type psyOps. This also illustrates the symbiotic link between corporations and government, which if taken too far meets Mussolini’s definition of fascism.
Fetzer had David Goodman on to discuss Biopsychology/Neuroscience and the Emotions. To say Goodman is intelligent is an understatement.
Listen to David talk about how the money system has corrupted science, universities, and research. Science may have been real at one time, but it is unrecognizable today in higher education thanks to corporatism.