LOVING THE COMPANY WE KEEP
MONOLOGUE WRITTEN BY CLYDE LEWIS
About a year ago, a group of academics were studying the controversial views of conspiracy theorists and discovered that most people who question the mainstream version of events or contest their validity, appear to be more sane that those who take official stories at face value.
According to published “Researchers, psychologists and social scientists, mostly in the U.S. and United Kingdom say data indicates that, contrary to those mainstream media stereotypes, ‘conspiracy theorists’ appear to be more sane than people who accept official versions of controversial and contested events.…among people who comment on news articles, those who discount official government accounts of events like the 9/11 attacks and the assassination of John F. Kennedy outnumber believers by more than two-to-one.”
It is reported that “conventionalists” were the ones who appeared frustrated and hostile. I suppose the reason the hostility happens at all is because those who trust the mainstream spin become uncomfortable when they find out that the world is not what they thought it was and so the reality is harsh.
The recent attacks on the so-called “conspiracy culture” or conspiracy theory in general has always been coordinated by the intelligence apparatus in the United States.
The CIA’s campaign to popularize the term ‘conspiracy theory’ and make conspiracy belief a target of ridicule and hostility must be credited, unfortunately, with being one of the most successful propaganda initiatives of all time.
In fact, it can be suggested that a lot of conspiracy theory is created by the intelligence operatives of the CIA in order to conduct psychological operations to mislead the public into believing outrageous things.
Today, it is a lot easier to create a Psy-Op and plant it on the internet. Many things that are considered truth by those without critical thinking skills are merely bits of propaganda that are being used to benefit the intelligence groups in the United States.
Core propaganda is disseminated through media outlets with agents that are quick to defend the actions of the CIA or NSA regardless of whether or not it could be considered criminal activity.
If you can stomach watching 15 minutes of any mainstream news report you will notice that as of late we are now hearing the news heads starting a story with words “The CIA says this” or “a former CIA analyst says” that and I realized today that the media wants everyone to now love the CIA. They want them to embrace the intelligence state because it is becoming apparent that they have been the secret government all along and that in the past, conspiracy history has always pegged the CIA as a secret society within the government that answered to no one.
They were always seen as a rogue group of agents that would do what they could to protect the United States, but in the end, a company man or woman would in the end to everything to keep the love within the company they keep.
Opening a sentence with “The CIA reports” was never really a ringing endorsement for anything and while people would take heed to the words being laid out by intelligence officials they were met with some healthy skepticism.
It was pretty much accepted by those who studied the conspiracy pages that the CIA was always trained to lie.
The fact the media is now brazenly citing them as a source for anything is suspect and the propaganda that they are feeding us saying that President Trump chose the KGB over the CIA’s information about Russian meddling is the lowest form of deception.
The biggest deception is that the media doesn’t even say or probably doesn’t even know that The KGB no longer exists. It was superseded by the FSB in 1995.
Now it can be argued that many of the tenets of the old KGB have been fused together with the FSB to create Russia’s Ministry of State Security, but the media is suited to use “buzz” words to trigger a reaction to those who know nothing about the Russian intelligence operations and how they operate now.
The agency has revived the name of Stalin’s secret police, and as far as the KGB allegedly being a part of any Russian meddling, the media should clarify that perhaps the GRU which is the main Intelligence directorate would probably be the so-called perpetrators of this offense to our election process.
The media should have said President Trump believed the GRU over the CIA, not the KGB which gives me more reason to not trust the media or even any one of the several CIA spokespeople that they are dragging out to bad mouth our president and drum up support for shadow government rule — something that conspiracy theorists have always accused the CIA of doing anyway.
Perceived public opinion, has been an agreed upon reality that is set primarily by social engineers that are found in places like the state department, and in news organizations that are owned by a few companies nationwide.
The standard of consensus belief is a very tricky subject to approach. There is a fine line between sane and insane.
The media can say all they want that during the Helsinki Summit that he chose to believe the KGB over the CIA, but he didn’t, and the KGB has not been operating by name since 1995.
It is a good slogan to ratchet up an emotional response to Trump’s detractors, but to those who see political theater as dirty and ugly, it sends a signal that the media is now unabashedly allowing for the CIA to coerce public opinion into allowing for an intelligence coup against the President.
I have pointed out that we are now in the middle of reality breakdown, and within that breakdown some people are losing their minds. Some people are not satisfied with speculation and discussion. It has to be a belief or disbelief without the middle ground to discuss. The reactionary eventually becomes an extremist and the extremist is fodder for the nightly news if the extremism extends to harming other people.
We must always remember that what we think we know about our reality is merely a spin provided by an information monopoly which hopes they can coerce you into believing things that may or may not be true. It is so hard to determine truth in times of cognitive dissonance in time where there appears to be a crisis of discernment.
Even though the mainstream narrative will attack those who wish to topple the information monopoly, there many people who see one thing and are told that what they are seeing is not what they think.
The reality that needs to be declared is that the media now assumes the role of twisting the public dialogue into accepting total control by the intelligence apparatus that has had its talons in the constitutional republic since its inception in 1947.
The “government of the people, by the people, for the people” has perished and has been replaced by the shadow government operatives of the CIA.
The corporatized, militarized, entrenched bureaucracy that is fully operational now is succeeding and is staffed by unelected officials who are, in essence, running the country and calling the shots in Washington DC, no matter who sits in the White House.
Trump is putting up a fight, but soon he may be too exhausted to go the rounds and there are a lot of people that do not see what is happening.
He states “Major media outlets are happy to cite the CIA as an authority, conveniently ignoring the fact that people in the intelligence field are taught to lie. It’s their stock in trade.”
You might remember the Washington Post’s role in defaming and destroying Gary Webb, who, in 1996, published a series of articles in the Mercury News about the CIA seeding black Los Angeles neighborhoods with crack cocaine. The Post basically asked the CIA whether the charge was true, and when the Agency denied it, the Post attacked Webb as a “fake news” reporter.
The Washington Post has also been responsible for pushing the whole Russia gate conspiracy theory; coincidentally, the owner of the Post is Jeff Bezos, who also owns Amazon. And Amazon has a $600 million contract to provide the CIA cloud computing services.
Does this make you question if there is some sort of conflict of interest here?
If it doesn’t then, perhaps you should stop your hating and see what we are allowing to happen in this country.
Amazon like Facebook is one of the chief data miners in the world – They do it (so they say) to help with “national security” – now isn’t it a bit uncomfortable to realize that Amazon shares their data with the CIA and other intelligence agencies.
Is the picture becoming clear?
Again, the mainstream news won’t tell you that the intelligence agencies have taken over — they never had it so good being part of the resistance and informing everyone that the administrated branch of our government is invalid.
They will continue to support the spying and trolling apparatus from the alphabet agencies as long as they can get dirt on President Trump, even if it is doctored or made up – it makes for entertainment and gins up the anger which in turn helps the police state surveillance activity carried out by the NSA.
The National Security Agency, with its $10.8 billion black ops annual budget, continues to spy on every person in the United States who uses a computer or phone. Yet the government does not operate alone. It cannot. It requires an accomplice. Thus, the increasingly complex security needs of our massive federal government, especially in the areas of defense, surveillance and data management, have been met within the corporate sector, which has shown itself to be a powerful ally that both depends on and feeds the growth of governmental bureaucracy.
The Deep State is so heavily entrenched, so well protected by surveillance, firepower, money and its ability to co-opt the resistance that it is almost unstoppable.
We are now becoming casualties in this war – truth is becoming a casualty in this war.
History is also a casualty; especially the history about how the CIA came into being.
From its formation in 1942, the Office of Strategic Services grew almost overnight into a leading American intelligence service in the war against the Axis
Powers. By 1945, the OSS had some 12,000 men and women, both civilian and military personnel, scattered throughout the world, although the bulk of the overseas operations took place in Europe, the Mediterranean, and the Far East.’ The OSS dedicated a wide array of resources to the German target, including support to resistance forces in occupied Europe; support to domestic resistance efforts against Hitler; propaganda efforts; and collection against Germany’s industrial and military capabilities.
In the course of its operations from 1942 to 1945, the OSS came into contact with thousands of Germans dedicated anti-Nazis as well as those who had fought for the Third Reich. The mission of any intelligence service is to penetrate the forces of its adversaries to learn as much as possible about the enemy’s capabilities and intentions. During wartime, few restrictions hinder an intelligence service in the pursuit of its objectives.
Allen Dulles took over the OSS station in Bern, Switzerland, which soon became the eyes and ears for OSS in Europe. From his post in neutral Switzerland, Dulles “used whomever he could to further his intelligence mission even if some of his agents may have been of dubious political persuasion.”
Consequently, Dulles worked with dozens of Germans and others; some were Communist while others were Nazis.
Dulles was already opening the door for the devil to come in — and when he made deals with Nazi subversives and brought them to the United States through what is called Project Paperclip – the information they had allegedly against the Russians was the very thing that kindled the Cold War and the Missile Gap.
It is a matter of record that Nazi scientists and intelligence personnel were welcomed into the United States and Russia. Were these Nazis truly reformed or were they pretending to be behind the United States and supporting them with true intelligence?
The truth may be chilling. It may also be the reason why we now find ourselves stuck in the quagmire of constant Deep State subterfuge. These underhanded or unseen handed activities were happening without the knowledge of the American people.
Hitler’s spy master, Reinhard Gehlen may well have been that father of the Deep State, developing the “Org” which consisted of hardcore Nazi spooks surrendering to the allies and then giving them information that would be the seeds of paranoia needed to create the Cold War.
The United States saw the advantage of having Nazis working with the CIA in order to keep the momentum going of the anti-communist crusades.
The Org played a role in the creation of the “missile gap,” providing CIA with reports on Soviet missile developments supposedly based on contacts with German scientists captured by the Russians at the end of the war.
The Org played a major role within NATO, too, supplying two–thirds of the raw intelligence on Warsaw Pact countries.
The CIA swallowed it up and believed in the Soviet bogeyman stories. The ORG was always able to spin Russian/American paranoia and create Communist witch hunts that were pervasive after the Second World War.
From the beginning Gehlen was able to exaggerate the Soviet Russian threat.
He began a campaign of fostering paranoia in the West about a worldwide Communist conspiracy. Gehlen’s strategy was based on the Hegelian dialectic, the more paranoia, crisis and fear of an invisible enemy, the more political space for Hitler’s heirs to move in and secretly reshape American democracy to become an order in which government relinquishes civil rights and rules with an iron fist.
The CIA’s dependence on Gehlen’s information and his constant fear mongering was actually due to its being everything they wanted to hear. It compounded what they were already thinking by providing supposed evidence of Russian collusion and infiltration where there had been none.
This made Washington a huge collective sponge for mountains of disinformation. It also increased spending on the Military Industrial Complex.
Now keep in mind that the United States and the Soviet Union were two sworn enemies of the Third Reich. The Nazi regime collapsed in May 1945, squeezed ever more tightly between two fronts – the Soviet Union on one side, and the United States on the other.
It was both countries that brought down the Nazi threat and by some weird happenstance the two powers that brought down the tyranny of Hitler were becoming enemies because of fake intelligence given by an ex-Nazi spy.
The rumors that were fueled by these ex-Nazi spies created the division between the Communists and the United states. The Russians, who were once allies with the United States, were now enemies and were now talking about nuclear missiles and mutually assured destruction.
Isn’t this what is happening now?
Despite the hysterics from the usual suspects claiming that Trump would blow up the world a few hours after taking office, the reality is that, instead of launching missiles at our alleged enemies, he’s launched the most wide-ranging and ambitious peace offensive in history and what is most disturbing is that when President Kennedy attempted the same thing it was the same intelligence apparatus fronted by Allen Dulles that had him destroyed.
The Deep State can’t have peace and whatever happens next will certainly have the intelligence seal of approval as they will hijack any attempts at trying to tame the volatile situation in the Middle East right now.
We are now preoccupied with ourselves and the election from two years ago.
Old tactics never die, and the Russian threat to our election is now the new “terror.”
What really matters now is appeasing Hillary Clinton’s sense of entitlement. Anything else is pure sedition.
Can anyone say that the she is worth bringing down the country – is it her really – or is she being used as a tool to secure complete takeover of our government?
There is a famine of knowledge that is spreading because of hate and a brutal sense of entitlement by neo-liberals that have now gone off the rails into becoming extremists which is now triggering right wing extremists that believe that they are being targeted by an unfair propaganda campaign that targets them as being racists and white supremacists, gun fanatics, and traitors.
The body politic is now continuing its downward trajectory and there is no sign of it letting up.
As long as the unelected intelligence groups are allowed to operate beyond the reach of the Constitution, the courts and the citizenry, the threat to our freedoms remains undiminished.
Furthermore, as the media continues to give the CIA and its former members, carte blanche to lie on national TV, the people will certainly find themselves confused and weary of anything coming from the White House.