The New Paradigm
June 2, 2009
(This is the substance of a talk I gave at the launch of my book “Illuminati” at Conspiracy Culture Bookstore in Toronto on May 21 & 22.)
Our paradigm or worldview is how we “make sense of the world.” It provides a framework to organize new information. We filter out what doesn’t fit. We can’t seem to learn what doesn’t conform to our paradigm, i.e. prejudices or “education.”
Paradigms can be liberating or prisons, depending on how true they are.
About ten years ago, my paradigm began to change when i realized that the government, media & education were actively sabotaging society. I had imbibed feminist and Illuminist propaganda (i.e. “sexual liberation”) and was confused and dysfunctional. When I couldn’t question feminist shibboleths in a university setting, I knew something was very wrong.
Until this recognition, I had seen government, education & media as relatively open, benign and democratic. I attributed evil to random conflicts between classes, nations, races and religions. Evil was unorganized, a default mode due to human fallibility. History was determined by “great” men. I was involved in the political process.
The atrocities of 9-11 and the bogus “war on terror” revealed that evil is highly organized and centralized. It is not accidental but the product of a planned long-term conspiracy to degrade, demoralize and enslave humanity using wars, depressions and depravity. History is determined by straw men, i.e. banker front men.
Posted on Tuesday, June 02, 2009 6:13:11 PM by doug from upland
As all of you know, or should know, it is not our side that advocates violence (except against people like Saddam Hussein, his sons, the Iranian mullahs, and the rest of the Islamofascists who want us all dead).
Apparently, the rats who live underground think the post was worthy of a report to the FBI. Someone had to do it, so I reported myself to the FBI field agent in Los Angeles.
The agent has my phone number and name and took the time to look at the FR post as well as the website that was linked. How surprising is this? The agent said that I have Constitutional rights of free speech and neither site looks like it is a threat. Whew, I am off the hook again. Man, was that close.
The agent appreciated the call and heads up. If the RATS or KOS whackjobs call in, he will certainly take their calls. That is his job. But he knows that Doug from Upland is not a threat and not advocating violence.
Posted on Tuesday, June 02, 2009 5:43:31 PM by Jean S
“The Rasmussen poll conducted over the weekend of May 30-31 asked a key question designed to give us perspective on Obama’s current popularity. The question was whether the current problems “are due to the recession that began under the Bush administration or to the policies Obama has put in place since taking office.” In other words, who’s to blame, Bush or Obama? As long as this opinion remains prevalent, Obama will continue to enjoy high popularity. But when it changes, as it inevitably must, we will see him begin a long, long fall.”
Obama condemns Muslim attack on Arkansas Army recruiters…not (Michelle Malkin)
Michelle Malkin Website ^ | June 2, 2009 | Michelle Malkin
Posted on Tuesday, June 02, 2009 5:44:13 PM by Syncro
Obama condemns Muslim attack on Arkansas Army recruiters…not
President Obama announced his choice for Army Secretary this afternoon.
The news isn’t what he said in his statement about GOP Rep. John McHugh:
“As Secretary of the Army, he will ensure that our soldiers are trained and equipped to meet the full spectrum of challenges and threats of our time. And John [McHugh] shares my belief that a sustainable national security strategy must include a bipartisan consensus at home, and he brings patriotism and a pragmatism that has won him respect on both sides of the aisle. I look forward to working with him in the months and years ahead.”
The news is what he left out.
Not a word about the jihadi attack on the two Army recruiters in Arkansas. No condemnation of the heinous attack and senseless violence. No condolences for the families of the targeted men or praise for the military recruiters who have been under increasing attack on U.S. soil. No statements from the DOJ or Pentagon, either.
The Martinsburg Journal ^ | June 2, 2009 | Jenni Vincent
Posted on Tuesday, June 02, 2009 11:46:18 AM by Ikemeister
BERKELEY SPRINGS – Morgan County Sheriff Vince Shambaugh said Monday that a local man has been arrested and charged with making threats against President Barack Obama.
While the details of Meadows’ alleged actions have not been made public, Shambaugh said that his prior military background may have played somewhat of a role.
OK Mr. Gates. What Now?
by Eric Margolis
PARIS – One of the first things you learn in diplomacy 101 is not to make threats you can’t back up.
But that is just what US Defense Secretary Robert Gates did last week by thundering the US “would not accept,” and “would not stand idly by” while North Korea continued to develop nuclear weapons.
American Apology to Islam A Preview Copy of Obama’s Cairo Apology to Muslims
Canada Free Press ^ | Monday, June 1, 2009 | Daniel Greenfield
Posted on Tuesday, June 02, 2009 4:46:45 AM by MestaMachine
A Preview Copy of Obama’s Cairo Apology to Muslims
By Daniel Greenfield Monday, June 1, 2009
Dear Dar Al Islam,
I am privileged to be speaking to you today from Cairo’s Al Azhar University, the world renowned center of Islamic scholarship. Once upon a time, Islamic science was the envy of the world over. Islamic scholars brought knowledge and faith to Europe and Asia. Informed by their centuries old faith, the greatest minds of Islam helped transform the world with their wisdom, their belief and their intellectual curiosity.
All was well until my predecessor, responding to a random act of man caused disaster on September 11, began a relentless bombing campaign that devastated the peaceful peoples of Iraq and Afghanistan. We will never know how much ancient wisdom lies buried in Usama Bin Laden’s Tora Bora fortress of meditation and learning. Or how much knowledge was lost when US warplanes rained terror and death on the Baghdad offices of Saddam Hussein’s Mukhbarat intelligence service.
Worse than even this senseless destruction, were the lost possibilities that my country’s rash and hasty actions deprived the world of. I cannot help but think of the young men of the Taliban who will never have the chance to set foot in a classroom– and then blow it up because it is filled with young girls. I cannot help but wonder what secrets of the universe Saddam’s chemical weapons researchers might not have uncovered, had they not been brutally tortured and interrogated by American troops in Abu Ghaib.
Eligibility debate explodes on White House ‘dialogue’
WorldNetDaily.com ^ | June 01, 2009 | Chelsea Schilling
Posted on Tuesday, June 02, 2009 6:25:21 AM by Man50D
The entire transparency portion of the White House website on “open government dialogue” has been overrun with citizens calling on Barack Obama to release his elusive “long-form” birth certificate to establish his constitutional eligibility to serve as president.
The forums are open to the public for participation. Joseph Farah, editor and chief executive officer of WND, has been urging those concerned about the issue to get involved.
As WND reported, on Sunday night only 30 percent of respondents in one forum demanded the president release the document. But that number exploded to more than 74 percent after the public became aware of the White House resource.