Deluge of Propaganda Begins 60


The day after the announcement that air defence missiles are being stationed around London to guard the Olympic stadium from the Luftwaffe and the army will be coveing the turnstiles from armoured vehicles, we have the arrest of six Muslims, three of them in Stratford, for yet another famous “terrorist plot”. The Guardian reports this as a “pre-planned operation”. You betcha.

What scares me so much is that is blindingly obvious what kind of society we are becoming, but so many people refuse to see it.


60 thoughts on “Deluge of Propaganda Begins

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  • Komodo

    Passerby:
    I share your scepticism re Wikileaks to some extent and Assange to a greater extent. But certainly the point of the earliest releases is that Finmecanica’s subsidiary was installing and servicing a comprehensive communications net for Assad long after its political chums had declared him persona non grata. And it may become clearer why the USUKrael has taken the decision to intervene in the affairs of yet another sovereign state…as if we didn’t know, but evidence is always a good thing to have.
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    Not that much of this will be seen in the UK press- Wikileaks are not collaborating with any UK media for reasons best known to themselves (possibly connected with US extradition arrangements). The French link I gave above seems to be serious, though, and al-Ahram is also getting the releases.

  • Mary

    Quite right Mark and KoWN.
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    Have you ever read They Thought They Were Free by Milton Mayer, a German Jew, on the rise of the Third Reich? This is an excerpt.
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    http://www.press.uchicago.edu/Misc/Chicago/511928.html
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    [..]”This separation of government from people, this widening of the gap, took place so gradually and so insensibly, each step disguised (perhaps not even intentionally) as a temporary emergency measure or associated with true patriotic allegiance or with real social purposes. And all the crises and reforms (real reforms, too) so occupied the people that they did not see the slow motion underneath, of the whole process of government growing remoter and remoter.[..]
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    PS The chief UK arms salesman, Prince Andrew, is seated at the front of the Royal Box at Wimbledon. The military are there in number acting as stewards as they have done for decades past at this outpost of the British Empire.

  • Passerby

    WTF moments are now joining in to make up WTF hours;
    Read this farticle, in the bbc and ensure that you have your chin supported as you read along in case of secondary injuries as your jaws drop.
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    The farticle in trying to praise the bus driver somehow overlooks the use of the bus driver as a human shield by the police in UK.
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    “I was instructed to take the passengers off the bus one by one.
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    “I had to wait at the front of the bus until the armed police gave me the signal to bring the next passenger off, and I was to tell them not to put their hands in their pockets and just to walk out slowly.”

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    This is the kind of values we share with the ziofcukwits, the armed police verily believing in the veracity of the “genuine report”, and taking up positions then instruct the driver to stay with the “terrorists” and then instruct the driver to call the “terrorists” one by one and issue the relevant instructions and send these on their way to the armed police whom are armed to the teeth, and ready to shoot from their safe haven.
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    Well that is one heck of hero for you, or one heck of patsy, which?

  • Komodo

    “The military” as you put it, at Wimbledon, are invited to volunteer via their unit routine orders every year, Mary. The sole criteria being, are your No.1’s pressed and can your unit spare you. Most if not all are interested in the tennis rather than suppressing the masses. And should the response be poor, then volunteers are volunteered regardless. When I was a lowly airman, I didn’t volunteer because I was a scruffy sod and tennis bores me to tears. But I could have done.
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    I wouldn’t mind betting that “the military” are as pissed off with the current state of affairs as anyone else. And the cuts just announced will have particularly pissed off the army. I wouldn’t be looking to demonise them at this moment in history. They might be better friends than corrupt politicians.

  • Passerby

    This Friday is turning out to be the WTFFraidy:
    Bus driver used as a human shield story aside, now we find out:
    ‘Stressed’ Bank of England official stabbed self to death
    A Bank of England manager (Christopher Dymond, 52,) stabbed himself to death due to the over-whelming pressure he was under at work, an inquest has heard.
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    Police launched a full-scale search and discovered the body early the following morning four miles from the family home in a car park at Herongate Athletic Football Club.
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    The father-of-three had been reported missing by his concerned family at around 10.30pm on April 21 this year after they were unable to contact him

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    As in the case of J. Clifford Baxter (he sold 30 million dollars of Enron shares) and then suddenly felt depressed and shot himself in the back of the head with a lead bullet that only hit men use.
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    Has the Libor scandal started at least since 21st April then?
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    Meanwhile who has been cleaning up the shit before it gets out into the main stream?

  • Scouse Billy

    Mary,
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    So you’ve stumbled upon Captain Sherlock (Field McConnell and David Hawkins).
    Very interesting bunch – they claim to have a network of military and government insiders.
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    Well worth the trouble provided you have a good working knowledge of US exo-politics – Eustace Mullins, Anthony C. Sutton, G. Edward Griffin onwards.
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    They tend to mix speculation with public knowledge but nonetheless have a good handle on things IMO.
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    Best regards. S.B.

  • Mary

    Thanks Scouse Billy. I was outside the realms of my knowledge I have to say with that.
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    Komodo Are you implying that one day soon the military will stage a coup and rescue us from the overweening coalition government, or at worst a totally Tory one when the coalition collapses?

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    I can’t see that scenario ever happening. I only see the forces as servants of the politicians and the enablers of killing or the actual killers of brown skinned people in the UK’s offensive wars.

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    Passerby That is a sad death but strange to me. How does one stab oneself repeatedly in the chest and then carry on to cut one’s arms? I would like to see the PM report. The latter has shades of Dr Kelly.

  • Scouse Billy

    Mary – they did make a rather intriguing documentary.
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    “the real enemy is the one you least expect, the one that hits you on the head with a baseball bat, then hands the bat to a guy standing near by, then when you turn, points at the guy holding the bat….”
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bS0LQedWGb8
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    Not for the squeamish

  • Komodo

    “Komodo Are you implying that one day soon the military will stage a coup and rescue us from the overweening coalition government, or at worst a totally Tory one when the coalition collapses?”
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    Not at all. I am merely saying that I would rather have them on my side than against it, and the potential for that is growing as this government fumbles its way from disaster to catastrophe while propping up fat cats at the expense of everyone else. And, though you may not believe it, many servicemen are just as savvy as you. Do I detect a trace of antiforcesism?

  • Komodo

    Forgot servicewomen, sorry, feminists. They’re even more savvy, of course.

  • Komodo

    Face it, anyone who thinks they are going to install an alternative to the conspiracy of the loaded that runs every aspect of this country, and thinks they are going to do it without the agreement, passive or active, of the Army, is deluding themselves completely. Or maybe they think they can manage an armed insurrection which will defeat the Army? Look again. This isn’t a province, like NI, it’s a power base. The guerilla country is not economically important, and can be isolated. The UK is populated very largely by the most inert of complacent suckers, who would take two years to train to work together, at least. No way. If the Army disagrees with the democratic will of the majority (it is entitled to – its loyalty is to the State totem, the Crown), the democratic will of the majority will be completely fucked. First move in any revolution – try and get the Army onside, even slightly.

  • JA

    Re Propaganda from Craig’s mate Julian

    “Questions surround Assange’s connections to the CIA and his ability to expose “leaked” information. As a psy-op, the manifestation of Assange and WikiLeaks has effectively used engineered operations of secret document exposure to give the appearance of forced political responsibility for intelligence and policy failures. This is detailed in the CIA document entitled, The Secret Team.

    The CIA connection to Assange creates an avenue where fake leaks of documents can be made to give the illusion to the public that they are privy to secret information.

    Meanwhile, the CIA “people-power coup” has been integral in many fake revolutions both in the streets of foreign nations and on the Internet.

    WikiLeaks assisted the US government’s overthrow of the Tunisian government. Assange’s portrayal as a lone wolf just trying to expose corruption has aided the US government as the perfect psy-op cover that convinces individuals to rally in favor of their hero, Julian Assange, and keep his crusade alive.”

  • Mary

    Do I detect a trace of antiforcesism? Not at all. Just anti- offensive war and anti-killing. I never said anything about savviness or unsavviness. I think that some are very brave.
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    RAF blue was always my favourite colour 😉

  • Mary

    O/T Sky news are advertising 24 BBC HD Olympic channels on Sky. Do the BBC normally sell their coverage like this?

  • MarkU

    Komodo, an armed insurrection is NOT an option, at all. You are correct when you say that the support of at least some of the army would be required, and you are wrong if you think that it is at all likely that that support would be forthcoming.

  • Mary

    G4S HQ raided. Protesters on roof. G4S’s activities in Occupied Palestine and in this country were the subject of the action.
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    creeping in crawley
    activists evade G4S security to occupy crawley hq’s roof
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    In what must have been an embarrassing security breach for the world’s biggest security company two activists scaled the roof of their UK HQ in Crawley on Monday the 2nd July.
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    The two used ladders to access a fire escape and scaled the roof at 6am, hanging banners, as a group of around a dozen supported them on the ground. They swiftly secured themselves in position with D-locks. One banner read “G4S – Profiting from: Israeli Apartheid, Prison Slavery, Deadly Deportations”. They were arrested as they voluntarily descended and held in Crawley police station.
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    http://www.schnews.org.uk/stories/creeping-in-crawley/

  • Anapa

    Paribahan Bangladesh,
    No offence, but what an ugly design of your website. And this blog is for political, economic and soial talk. Do not mess it with yr travel ads.

  • Komodo

    MarkU-
    I’m a Komodo. I’m patient.
    More seriously, I’m getting a lot of bitching about the dire state of the country, its financial system, its obviously thoroughly corrupt government and its slavish devotion to the unstated interests of American oil companies, but I’m getting very little about any credible means of altering this bad, and declining, state of affairs. Happy to explore any avenue, and very keen, personally, to avoid an armed insurrection. Which, I am glad you agree, is effectively ruled out on practical grounds at the moment, but when did that ever stop stupid young men fighting?
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    At the moment, I stress. Steve Keen ( http://www.debtdeflation.com/blogs/ for background) reckons this crisis has only run for about a third of its likely duration, and I’m not seeing much to contradict that view.
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    Wonder what morale will be like in the Army when the NAAFI is sold as a PFI deal to Capita, the shinies (ditto) are on contract to a secretarial agency, and the government has realised the bleeding obvious, that reservists cost just as much to train and equip (even badly) as regulars, and their wives make much more fuss when Papa succumbs to an IED in some godforsaken hole where we really have no business?

  • Komodo

    I’d been thinking this too….
    “All intelligence led, with less troops! Now where have I heard that before. I’ll leave with this thought. 1914 just over a hundred years ago, the army was the smallest it had been. 1939 once again Army had been cut. And here we are again on another one of those economic down turns that suggests that another War is imminent somewhere in the not too distant future. Short termist cant. I the Government is having a rethink about our role in the world then fair enough, but somehow I doubt it. They haven’t that many grey cells.”
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    ARmy Rumour SErvice poster: the rest of the thread is well worth a read, too. (The RAF equivalent is crap, sorry to say)
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    http://www.arrse.co.uk/strategic-defence-spending-review-2010/183555-army-split-into-two-factions-3.html

  • Smeggypants

    The fabricated terror bollocks by the Ruling Elite was predictably going to increase in the lead up to the Olympics.
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    The sad news is that still too many people believe the bollocks, however ….
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    The positive news is that an ever increasing number of people are just laughing at them now. The theatre on the M6 with the ciggie was just a comedy show and I know of no one who thinks these spate or recent terror arrests are pure propaganda.
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    Trouble is the more we laugh at them the more likely they are going to step up the heat and create a real false flag where real people die, like 911, 7-7 and so on.
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    But back to to my opinion that more and more people are waking up to the bollocks this has to be transformed into somethign tangible. Marching and protesting is pointless. they’ll just both ignore it and invoke agent provocateurs to make you look thugs ( Look at the poor student fee protesters and the millions who marched against the Zionist IRaw invasion in 2003 )
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    The biggest problem is that every general election millions of ordinary people still go out and vote for something that thinks of them as cattle. People need to stop voting for them until the turnout is so low that a political mandate has no value any more. the next step is more difficult… is what to replace it with that won’t be taken over by the usual babylon Zionist masonic cabal that have taken over pretty much everything else. the last thing Britain wants is a repeat of the Zionist-Bolshevik terror that the poor Russians had to suffer in 1917

  • kingfelix

    @smeggy
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    We’ve been through this before.
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    Response to mass non-participation in elections will be a manufactured debate on making voting compulsory followed by legislation.
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    Along similar self-serving lines, New Labour mooted plans for public financing of political parties.

  • Mary

    Legislation is already in place for fines for failure to register on the electoral roll.
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    http://www.standard.co.uk/panewsfeeds/fine-for-not-registering-to-vote-7782186.html
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    ‘The fines were unveiled as part of the IER system the Government hopes will crack down on incidences of voter fraud.
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    Ministers abandoned criminalising failing to register to vote, but will give local authorities’ registration officers powers to levy fines.
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    Mr Harper said: “The Bill provides that after the registration officer has followed any specified steps and the individual hasn’t made an application, then he can require them to make an application, and if at that stage they fail to do so he can impose a civil penalty.
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    “The intention is that only those who refuse repeatedly can be fined. We don’t think it’s particularly helpful to democracy if we start fining hundreds of thousands of people.”‘
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    The usual grey area/omnishambles then.

  • jay

    the British sheeple will wake up only when the jackboot of tyranny is upon their neck, and its not far of now … this will be you next -http://www.ukcolumn.org/article/roger-hayes-arrested-tried-secret-court-imprisoned…
    Roger Hayes for Prime Minister PLEASE.. and if you don’t know= http://inquiringminds.cc/declaration-by-the-british-constitution-group-roger-hayes-video

    i had one of these trials 3 months ago, a 13 year old legal battle with the csa…for my son that live with me”” i can prove as fact….fraud-perjury-malicious intent-deception-false statements,ect i can go on…
    i turned up – magistrate asked if i was the person summoned i said yes…thank you,he said here is a liability order..no evidence produced/no argument /no due process…

    these people who were lifted,as “TERROR SUSPECTS”” if they get charged.. this will be them =no evidence produced/no argument /no due process…….
    i don’t care what law you break- you have the right to DUE PROCESS….

    if some thing does go of on the Olympics,forget a police state- think military state…

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  • Mary

    Slipped into the UK page unlike the original story, breaking news, top billing etc.
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    Met terror police holding six after woman’s release
    The operation is said not to be in connection with this month’s London Olympic Games
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    Seventh arrest in terror probe
    Six arrested in anti-terror raids
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    One of seven people arrested in a Met Police counter-terrorism operation has been released without charge.
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-18758584

  • Ishmael

    With the military hardware and intelligence assets deployed for the event – i’d be seriously questioning any event that could penetrate it and cause loss of life. They came for them, they will come for us. Propagate? to sow the seed and let it grow. Propaganda? to sow the thought and let it grow.

  • Suhayl Saadi

    Wrt to the Olympics, I am worried about false flags, to be honest. On Monday, I was in Covent Garden and overheard two shop assistants debating over whether to keep a list on contact deatils in case of emergencies on the top of the shop counter, in case of terorist attack. One guy was saying, “Look, this is completely OTT, we already have these details in the drawer for any emergencies like medical emergencies, etc. Why would we need to have it under our noses?”. The other guy clearly was fearful and so on. This is the effect of the politics of fear. Obviously, London is a target, as it was in 2005, but you know, it was a target for decades during the Northern Ireland ‘Troubles’ and no-one really batted an eyelid.
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    Wrt “sheeple”, I know the feeling, of course, and it’s easy to get despondent. Also, I am stunned (in a bad way) by what’s happening in England wrt health, education, etc. However, actually there is evidence of solidarity developing again, it’s just that we tend not to hear of it (surprise, suprise). For example, some electricains and others (both recent immigrants and pre-existing workers) got toegther and comprehensively defeated five multinational construction companies who were trying to divide-and-rule as a means to degrade wages and conditions. So, when we get together and organise, we can win! Now, when the students demonstrate again later this year, they will be joined by workers – so unlike in 2010, this time, the students will not left alone to be crushed by police. People watched Tahrir Square, Greece, now Spain, Bahrain, Syria and so on and the Occupy Movement that developed as a consequence of the ‘Arab Spring’. I think one of the antidotes to despondency is to become actively involved – and not just post on the internet, though of course social media networks can play a role, they are insufficient on their own.

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