Thursday, 14 January 2010

"A criminal manifesto of absolute tyranny"

The verdict of Alex Jones is correct. White House information czar and Harvard Professor Cass Sunstein's 2008 paper on conspiracy theories reveals both the monstrous Orwellian mindset of the Establishment and its fear that it is losing the infowar. That's right, fuckers - no lie can live forever, and every day more people figure out who the real criminals are. Hence this open discussion of subversion, provocateuring and cointelpro.

Here's a little taste:

"What can government do about conspiracy theories? Among the things it can do, what should it do? We can readily imagine a series of possible responses. (1) Government might ban conspiracy theorizing. (2) Government might impose some kind of tax, financial or otherwise, on those who disseminate such theories. (3) Government might itself engage in counterspeech, marshaling arguments to discredit conspiracy theories. (4) Government might formally hire credible private parties to engage in counterspeech. (5) Government might engage in informal communication with such parties, encouraging them to help. Each instrument has a distinctive set of potential effects, or costs and benefits, and each will have a place under imaginable conditions. However, our main policy idea is that government should engage in cognitive infiltration of the groups that produce conspiracy theories, which involves a mix of (3), (4) and (5)."

Hat tip: Prison Planet

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

And just after Obama has been promoting 'freedom of speech and information' in China to stir up popular dissent:

(Interesting article)

http://firecracker-report.blogspot.com/2010/01/googles-mysterious-threat-to-pull-out.html

Trooper Thompson said...

Yeah, seems more to that than meets the eye. Google always knew who and what they were dealing with in China.

AProlefrom1984 said...

I suspect the powers that be hate blogs and citizens reporting sites. They've lost control of information and thought control and that bugs them a great deal.
Don't be surprised if, soon, you need some sort of licence to post on your own blog.

James Higham said...

They don't fear the people in real terms yet but it is coming.

Trooper Thompson said...

AP,

I'm sure they do hate the free circulation of information on the internet. They also hate the fact that the internet functions without them being in charge. I expect they will use every available pretext to interfere, and in the absence of such pretexts will create them.

James,

I hope so.