Secret Government actions

Brainwashing and 911

This is a very well written article by Terry Morrone, Professor Emeritus of Physics at Adelphi University. It concerns how media/government can influence and manipulate a general population through age old techniques of propaganda, and ways to counter such attempts.

Originally posted at Daily Censored

Brainwashing and 9/11, a Personal View

Terry Morrone, Professor Emeritus of Physics, Adelphi University

Propaganda has been with us since ancient times. All empire-builders have to justify what they do – to themselves, to their own people, and to those they dominate.
The Romans developed a sophisticated world-view which they projected successfully through literature, inscriptions, architecture, art, and elaborate public ceremonial. Their message was that Rome represented peace, good government, and the rule of law. The societies with which Rome was in conflict were caricatured as barbaric, lawless and dangerous.

US drafting plan to allow government access to any email or Web search


US drafting plan to allow government access to any email or Web search

01/14/2008 @ 9:02 am

Filed by RAW STORY

"National Intelligence Director Mike McConnell is drawing up plans for cyberspace spying that would make the current debate on warrantless wiretaps look like a "walk in the park," according to an interview published in the New Yorker's print edition today.

Debate on the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act “will be a walk in the park compared to this,” McConnell said. “this is going to be a goat rope on the Hill. My prediction is that we’re going to screw around with this until something horrendous happens.”

The article, which profiles the 65-year-old former admiral appointed by President George W. Bush in January 2007 to oversee all of America's intelligence agencies, was not published on the New Yorker's Web site.

McConnell is developing a Cyber-Security Policy, still in the draft stage, which will closely police Internet activity.

*** 2nd UPDATE! *** Luke Rudkowski and Matt Lepacek Live from Ed and Elaine's Brown house: Feed Begins 2:00 AM, Friday, June 8

Posted: Thursday, June 7, 2007

Another Road Trip

Currently I Luke Rudkowski and Matt lepacek are on route to Ed and Elaine's Brown house reporting for infowars. Please pray for Ed and Elaine Brown, and us ofcourse as we make this journey for truth and justice.

We will be going live from Ed And Elaine's House 2am eastern time with our live video feed, please stay tuned to see as the events unfold.
Luke Rudkowski and Matt lepacek will be spending the night and the upcoming days at the Brown's House, If anything breaks you know where we will be.

Prayers and blessings to Luke, Matt, and the Browns

**** UPDATE:

AFTF (America: Freedom To Fascism) interview with the Browns recorded June 7, 2007, posted on Google Video today June 8, 2007:

**** 2nd UPDATE:

Media reports that Feds Tried to kill Brown - reports that supporter was shot at:

JFK against gov't secrecy
(about five minutes)

This is an important tape with direct relevance to 9/11 (unless you think recent history has no relevance).

In it JFK gives his ideas about gov't secrecy, the press, and the duty of the press to tell the truth and to inform the public.

Compare his words to what we hear today.

JFK was killed in '63, about fifteen years after the "shadow gov't" in its modern form really got going.

Listen to what he says. That's where we were as a nation not so long ago.

Consider 9/11 Blogger and what people are doing on these pages.

You can feel history with this one.

CIA: Keep Our Torture Secret

C.I.A. Wants Prison Tactics Secret

They want their torture kept secret?

Hmm. Why would that be?

There's no transparency for torture?

Can you say, "consciousness of guilt"?

The Central Intelligence Agency has told a federal court that Qaeda suspects should not be permitted to describe publicly the "alternative interrogation methods" used in secret C.I.A. prisons overseas.

In papers filed in the case of Majid Khan, a Pakistani who is among 14 so-called "high-value detainees" recently transferred to the Guantánamo Bay detention camp in Cuba, Justice Department and C.I.A. officials argued that allowing Mr. Khan to disclose details of his treatment could cause "extremely grave damage to the national security."

"Many terrorist operatives are specifically trained in counter-interrogation techniques," says a declaration by Marilyn A. Dorn, an official at the National Clandestine Service, a part of the C.IA. "If specific alternative techniques were disclosed, it would permit terrorist organizations to adapt their training to counter the tactics that C.I.A. can employ in interrogations."

Hey, Marilyn, I think they've already figured out about the hold-your-breath-till-you-turn-blue thing, don't you?