02-14-2010: Contextual Control and Popular Political Views

How is it possible to design and implement a global conspiracy without engaging in conspiracy at all? Our future freedom as American citizens and as citizens of the world depends on the answer to this question and what we choose to do about it.

Let’s suppose that you are invited to a meeting and agree to attend. Let’s suppose further that you were told the meeting was to begin at 2:00. When you arrive you learn that the meeting has been rescheduled for 2:30 and you were not notified. You are asked to wait, with apologies, in the rather chilly conference room where the 2:30 meeting is to be held. The temperature in the room is for some reason 42°F. After freezing for twenty minutes, the receptionist asks if you would like a sweater. What will your response be? It will most likely be yes.

Now let’s suppose that the room temperature was 102°F and at 2:20 the same question were asked. What would your response likely be? It will be no thank you. In either case is it at all difficult to predict your probable response? Of course not; the context pretty much pre-determines the outcome.

If you’ll bear with me let’s do another one. On September 11, 2001 19 Islamic terrorists died while murdering 2,966 innocent people. When our U.S. Federal government proposed that we as Americans defend ourselves, what was our pre-determined response likely to be? Defend ourselves of course. Democrats, Republicans, Independents; it didn’t matter for most of us. With the possible exception of some Libertarians we as a people knew exactly what we wanted. Off to Afghanistan we went to set things right. My question for you is: was this your automatic best response? Or were you led to a particular response and contextually convinced that it was your own?

I realize it sounds like a stupid question to ask, but since we’re in the mood allow me to ask yet another one. Ostensibly U.S. forces attacked Afghanistan to take out Al-Qaeda terrorist monkey bar exercise facilities; I mean training camps hosted by Taliban members. Given that this was fully accomplished within nine months; why are U.S. armed forces still in Afghanistan more than eight years later? What is of strategic interest to the U.S. in Afghanistan? There is no oil. Afghanistan isn’t even part of the Middle East. What could possibly be of strategic interest to anybody outside of Afghanistan other than its own intrinsic tribes?

Is it routing and security for future petroleum pipelines to optimize shipping efficiency? Is it poppy fields and the opium trade? Could it be both? Obviously I don’t know; I wasn’t invited to the meetings. If Arizona Infragard has a “constitutional supporter’s watch list” I’m probably on it, which limits my invitations. Anyway think about this coincidence. The Taliban in conjunction with the Afghan government had successfully reduced poppy production by 94% in 2000 – 2001. Now let’s recall that some international central banking families such as the Rothschilds cut their teeth on the opium trade. Of course they don’t brag on it so much anymore, but just for yuchs – what’s it worth today even though I’m sure no respectable banking family would still be involved?

Well, amid much ado about our U.S. military declaring war on Afghan poppy production upon our arrival in Afghanistan, overall cultivation grew from a record low of 7,606 hectares in 2001 (you know, before we arrived) to 104,000 hectares in 2005 and finally to a new record high of 165,000 in 2006. {I hope we’re spending billions of our stolen U.S. tax dollars on this program because it’s really going well. Maybe these same folks could run our new government health care pogrom. Actually they are aren’t they?} Also note that per UN and IMF records as reported by Global Research, the crop yield per bulb has increased significantly since 2001. No doubt this increase in yield was due entirely to accidental improvements in centuries old growing techniques and not to technical innovation and fertilizers contributed by Western countries. I’m sure that’s the case. Also, please note that 92% of all global heroin production originates in Afghanistan.

This little family farm business is worth around $2.7 billion annually to the ripped off Afghan poppy farmers. Ripped off, yes, but still not bad for the hill country. How’s the city folk do’in? Well let’s take a look. Annual street value for 2006 was estimated to be more than $120 billion U.S. According to Global Research and Asian Banker, 15 August 2003, IMF estimates global money laundering to be between $590 billion and $1.5 trillion annually – a significant portion of which is garnered from the narcotics trade. The actual numbers are difficult to estimate as bespoke establishments such as JP Morgan Chase, Citibank and Bank of England don’t include such nonsense in their annual reports. Their hands are washed so no tax is paid either to help offset those highly desirable socialist control programs they’re so proud of promoting for us unwashed folk.

If you choose to believe that our sons, daughters, fathers and mothers are dying in Afghanistan due to our self defense war of necessity –hey – that’s your right. I won’t burst your bubble. For my part, I suspect that the political context has been highly and expertly orchestrated so as to lull our inexpert ears into a suspension of disbelief by the manipulative media symphony. Good piece of work too. The Tavistock Institute is worth every central banking penny invested. Now I can’t wait until we get to Iran. That’s going to be an even bigger, faster downhill carnival ride.

My question for the week is: What other obvious contextual manipulations can you think of that may have effected your impressions and thinking with regard to public policy? Just a few hints to get you started; establishment of the Progressive Federal income tax in 1916; creation of Federal Reserve System in 1913; U.S. entered World War I on April 6, 1917; U.S. and European central bankers funded Bolshevik Revolution in Russia, 1918; 1920 farming/banking depression; 1929 stock market collapse; 1930’s depression: U.S. entered World War II on December 8, 1941; Vietnam police action from 1961 to 1975; 2000-2001 tech stock bubble burst; 2008 financial collapse; future?

I just ask questions – you have to reach your own conclusions.




2 responses to “02-14-2010: Contextual Control and Popular Political Views

  1. I don’t mean to be “in your face” with this, but let’s just say I definitely have a different view on this. Great post though…

  2. I am the first time on this site and am really enthusiastic about and so many good articles. I think it’s just very good.
    Always yours Mr. Cialis

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