Monthly Archives: November 2015

Aldous Huxley (1894-1963)

A really efficient totalitarian state would be one in which the all-powerful executive of political bosses and their army of managers control a population of slaves who do not have to be coerced, because they love their servitude.

Sheldon Wolin (1922-2015)

Inverted totalitarianism is different from classical forms of totalitarianism. It does not find its expression in a demagogue or charismatic leader but in the faceless anonymity of the corporate state. Our inverted totalitarianism pays outward fealty to the facade of electoral politics, the Constitution, civil liberties, freedom of the press, the independence of the judiciary, and the iconography, traditions and language of American patriotism, but it has effectively seized all of the mechanisms of power to render the citizen impotent.

Paul Craig Roberts (in 2015)

Are the American people really such washed-up sheeple, such cowards, that they acquiesce to a police/spy state, the foundation of which consists of nothing but lies told by criminals and repeated endlessly by whores pretending to be journalists?

Tony Rango (in 2014)

Knowing the truth means knowing you might be alone among your peers – for a while at least.

Ben Davidson (in 2015)

Discovering the sun is beautiful. It is easy to love the journey, but rarely easy to grasp what you are seeing without some minimal effort. It is full of mystery and wonder and explanations for countless events and situations in our daily lives. The sun triggers natural disasters. The sun is essential for life as we know it. The sun can send us back to the Stone Age in hours if it so chooses. The sun affects human health and behavior. The sun is the key to understanding many aspects of physics and planetary science. It is a stunning wolf in sheep’s clothing.

Tony Rango (in 2014)

The most common and effective psyop used against us is known as ‘Manufactured Consent’ and ‘Manufactured Dissent’. When used together, these techniques are specifically designed to gather consensus for a particular opinion while simultaneously creating controlled, and easily dismissed, dissent by way of a carefully crafted opposing view. These methods are often employed in our political world to polarize an issue by creating false ‘choices’. We are either ‘Left’ or ‘Right’, ‘Conservative’ or ‘Liberal’, ‘Democrat or Republican’.

Tony Rango (in 2014)

Psychological operations (pysops) are the means by which intelligence agencies, governmental operatives and private networks accomplish their deceptions and which operate on every social, corporate and governmental level imaginable.