from RattleReport Website
The magician with his iconic hat and cloak is far from being the master of such illusions. This dubious distinction belongs to the politician. Behind their towering podium, they extol virtues of a utopian world while deceptively masking true intent. And there is magic in their words.
We want to believe in our elected - that they will indeed serve us in a dignified, judicious way and their campaign promises will come to fruition. But the role of the politician is duplicitous at best.
Those who seek higher office often answer to a much lower calling. Motivated by the prospect of ill-gotten gains, some won't hesitate to arrange lucrative deals and secure favors with guarantees that will stay in place long after leaving office.
This lure can prove especially intoxicating to the high-functioning psychopath who would sell their country short in a heartbeat for the right price and a cursory nod in history books.
They seem to always have a trick up their sleeve
and an Ace of Spades hidden in their shoe.
This deception is
known as "false flag" provocation. It's an
effective instrument for ushering in a flood of new laws along with
sweeping changes to existing rules and policies.
Some would call us "tinfoil hat" conspiracy nuts. That doesn't get us in much of a fluster these days. In fact, there are some of us who covet the distinction.
Truth is our light and we make no apology for it. And the truth is out there...
Not only CAN we handle the truth
- now more
than ever we must seek it!
These attacks can be loosely defined as a covert undertaking designed to deceive a population. The attack gives the appearance it was carried out by a foreign entity (or domestic terrorists,) when in fact it was carefully orchestrated by internally-trained experts.
Something invariably goes
"boom" and the
blame game begins. Forces are rallied and guns are leveled. When the
dust and smoke settles, a handful of mysterious people make off with
a boatload of blood money.
People who voice opposition to a military offensive are often snubbed as non-patriotic, enemy sympathizers or worse.
Sooner or later a politician begins banging the war drums. And just like magic a highly developed response plan goes into effect. Complex laws and legislation are spawned practically overnight.
Well, that's because they were written well
in advance just waiting for the rightful moment. It's magic alright.
Given an illusion of this scale, I don't believe even David
Copperfield could top such an act.
But for those who are still scratching their heads and puzzling over all this, I recommend going online and researching each of these events separately and in detail.
Why do this?
I know you CAN handle the truth...!
Other possible false flags worthy of deeper investigation include,
...and the list unfortunately goes on and on.
Tinfoil hat, conspiracy, nut-job stuff? I wish it were. I really do. But the pit in my stomach tells me otherwise.
The Hegelian Dialectic stratagem famously put into concise terms by David Icke brings it down to this:
Create a problem - stir a reaction - then wait for the government to ride in on a white horse and rescue everyone... But the rescue comes at a hefty price, most notably in the form of personal freedom restrictions and taxation.
Using a "Strategy of Tension" and by not letting a good crisis go to
waste, corrupt politicians can reap rewards from their global
I say it's not the government, but the people who build the biggest bombs. They've got all the weapons, so who do you think is going to bully them around?
Big military contractors get the lucrative contracts to build jets, bombs and guns, and they don't keep all that money in a shoe box. Nope - big, international, private banking institutions hold on to the booty. It's a complimentary, almost incestuous relationship. It's a monster money grab for sure.
Nothing can bankrupt a nation faster than going to war. But a multinational entity can profit handsomely from military engagements.
With globalists, there is no allegiance to a
particular nation and not a tear to be found for the fallen. They
enjoy moving pawns across the world chessboard and act only when it
serves in their best interest.
If we were just a touch smarter, we could not be marched out on the front lines of a battlefield and ordered to shoot and kill people we don't even know.
Unfortunately I must admit they see us as simple-minded, malleable servants, hopelessly locked into a rigged system. All they have to do is get Mariah Carey to sing The Star Spangled Banner to get us all misty-eyed.
She makes the line "bombs bursting in air" sound so beautiful… eeeyikes!
Now I'm not knocking love for your nation. I'm
merely reminding people how easy it is to get caught up in the
lunacy of patriotism. In fact, there are very few "isms" I subscribe
Be wary of the
power you surrender to institutions, whether they are governmental,
religious or educational in nature.
There are no less than three major
geopolitical fires burning at the moment and not enough resources to
cool them all down. Those who we have entrusted as "leaders" to be
civil-minded and fair seem more determined to exploit current
situations than find meaningful resolutions.
In my estimation, nuclear war is not anywhere near as profitable as the specter of nuclear war. So it's not logical for that to happen. Still it's creepy when one considers the level of sanity of those who are in position to make these decisions.
The erroneous accusations hurled at Russia from people like Senator Dianne Feinstein and Secretary of State John Kerry only go further to aggravate an already tense situation regarding the recent downing of flight MH-17.
Why would we taunt a world superpower in such a loosey-goosey,
half-cocked way? Strange times indeed...
I think they could make a fortune. Instead of being mocked by this symbol, maybe we could turn it into a rather striking fashion statement.
Ralph Lauren probably won't add it to
their "purple label" line of fine clothing anytime soon, but heck,
that shiny hat is looking better to me all the time...