Archive for July, 2012

Fictitious capital

July 29, 2012

Fictitious capital

The Falcon Fraud Manager
The Fine Art of Baloney Detection

of lies and hypocrisy

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North Korean film exposes Western propaganda

July 22, 2012

What we’ve got:

Lust, Gluttony, Greed, Sloth, Wrath, Envy, Pride.

And how did we get there? – According to the North Koreans by:

Creating Ideas & Illusions, Fear, Religion, (not) Beware the 1%, Emulating Psychosis, Rewriting History, The Birth of Propaganda, Cover Ups and Omissions, Complicity, Censorship, International Diplomacy, Television, Advertising, The Cult of Celebrity, Distraction, Terrorism, The Revolution Starts Now (or the lack there of).

Lies! It’s all lies! – Liar (It Takes One to Know One)

Fair and balanced (We report, you decide.):
The Heritage Foundation
The Cato Institute

Global elite hides £13tn from taxman
Super-rich stash $21 tn in offshore havens
What does one TRILLION dollars look like?

How much of Chastity, Temperance, Charity, Diligence, Patience, Kindness, and Humility can we get for a TRILLION?

Small green pieces of paper
The Screwtape Letters
The Culture Industry
Media literacy

Ad nauseam

July 19, 2012

The Empire’s 5-year plan of “reconstruction” includes seven countries: Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Iran, Libya, Sudan and Somalia. The Echo chamber blasts the fable about the the benevolent bystander and the malignant tyrant, but fails to mention the highly qualified coalition of luggage carriers.

It’s just as deprave to turn the Olympics into a promotion venue for the arms industry, as deciding if Jane Fonda or Mohamed should be on the “enemy list”.

The Wicked Witch of the West and her Winged Monkeys run out of steam when Dorothy accidentally “leaked” on her. – Maybe that is the core root for the obsession for all types of -isms.

War crime
Covert United States foreign regime change actions
The Revolution Will Not Be Televised
Winning Modern Wars

How to Spot a Communist
List all words that contain isms
Victimless Crimes
From NK with Love

No More Rabbits

July 11, 2012

A Global Perfect Storm

Barkley’s, supposedly the largest of “super-entities” in the world, gets it’s CEO fired by King, the invisible central bank cartel (Amschel Moses of Bankfurt would smile), – no drivel about shareholders there.

But banks have to be private, proving the Religious Credo, a “Cato” mayor has succeeded in providing Californians with free Tb, and others like him, the rest of the country with a rotting infrastructure, including no electricity.

It’s not the money, it’s the credit, stupid.

Web of Debt
Lula’s Bank
A Global Perfect Storm
Psychopathy

The Ubuntu Experience

July 9, 2012

Free as in Freedom
Linux distributions
(k)Ubuntu

Sigbritt, 75, has world’s fastest broadband

Lie-More

July 5, 2012

Playing the Masses

July 5, 2012

“Fearful people are more dependent, more easily manipulated and controlled, more susceptible to deceptively simple, strong, tough measures and hard-line postures. … They may accept and even welcome repression if it promises to relieve their insecurities.” -George Gerbner

“Nothing to Tell but a lot to Sell”:

Occasionally programs like “The Mean World Syndrome” slip under the cultivation radar, interrupting our daily feed of glorified violence-pornography.

Giving up our money, freedoms and civil-rights in return for “safety” is in everyones interest, – right? Segregation from perceived danger and each other in gated communities is the optimal token of success?

Let the security services, preferably private, military, police, prison industry, lawyers, and strong political leaders take care of the problem?

The Armed Madhouse does have a dire need for enemies, preferably those who can’t fight back, to wage its endless and profitable wars.

George Gerbner
The Man Who Counts the Killing
Alex Carey
Taking the Risk Out of Democracy
Edward Bernays
The Spectre of Freud’s Nephew
mediaed.org
Who Owns the Media?
Arms industry
Selling the wars
Buying the War
Manufacturing Consent
Synthetically manufactured fear

What gives?

July 1, 2012

Absent 30% or ~71.000 voters?

Presidential Elections (is)
Voter turnout (gives 89% ?)