Saturday, February 19, 2011

Building What Up From The Amygdala

Two years ago, on this date, Dredd Blog posted "Fighting Terrorism For 200 Years", and a year ago, on this date, Dredd Blog posted "Toxic Minds Produce A Toxic World".

Both are about different facets of the same repeating scenario where humans come to the point where they yell "Remember Pearl Harbor", "Geronimo", or "Remember The Alamo", then proceed with reckless abandon, consumed by a mixture of emotion and will, to produce this or that killing field, justified by a sensation that true justice has ballooned up from the amygdala, out to the maximum popping point, then quickly into the expanding balloon world.

Not many will deny that is exactly what happened on 9/11, however, like screenwriters, directors, producers, and stars struggling over movie script issues such as how, what, when, who, and why, there are always many variations of the script along the way.

One variation on the theme and script of 9/11 comes from a person whose relative was murdered on 9/11, and who has the form of sincerity which seems to balloon up from that type of adversity:
This means WTC6 was bombed well before my cousin was murdered in the explosion used to bring down the South Tower, who unfortunately worked for another Bush cousin that happened to move their corporate meeting the night prior to the hotel across the street where he was staying ... just has me thinking.
(Redacted News, One opposing script). This raises questions about the sequence in which the buildings fell, which goes along with the FBI's anthrax diagnosis, Curve Ball's lies, and Mohammed's Dick Cheney Eyes.

He builds a picture from various video shots, photographs, and other data from that day, to reveal or show that Building 7 (not hit by any aircraft) was damaged before the two towers came down.

Another variation on the theme is that Building 7 (not hit by any aircraft) fell way after The Two Towers (Building 1 & 2) came down.

To deal with the before, during, and after conundrum, the official 9/11 script writers, stars, directors, camera crew, and media, who are so officially bothered about all this, have started a new TV Channel called "Crickets 101".

Meanwhile, Building What? is a new movement that has formed within the group composed in substantial part of those who lost loved ones in that catastrophe a decade ago.

To clear it all up, Homeland Security has a whopper of a budget proposal for a new movie on the cricket channel called "Crickets Forever", which will explain how the cavemen did it to the most sophisticated defense apparatus on earth.


  1. I can't help but think that a lot of the variation on a lot of the themes is induced by Air Force psyops within the USA, spending our bucks to deceive us.

  2. Good to see our Air Force is already proactively preparing for the coming crackdown. Way to "lean forward guys!"

  3. Washington's Blog, by way of Naked Capitalism discusses the bot issue. This was started - "officially" at least - in 2008.

    Back to HCR and the notorious townhall meetings. How much of that do you imagine was contrived by government agents or those allied with conservative interests? MOMCOM knew full well that universal healthcare is a game changer for her, since it would almost certainly cause funding shortages as well as directly undermining recruitment, which is dependent on the fact that "free" healthcare (you pay for it by it being sub-par in most cases, in reduced pay and benefits, and of course by the increased risk of catastrophic injury or death) is part of the deal.

  4. disaffected,

    "MOMCOM knew full well that universal healthcare is a game changer for her"

    Yes, we quoted from "official sources" (National Defense Magazine) in "Your Healthcare Is Their Number One Enemy?" where they state that definitely and clearly.

    Good point.

  5. disaffected,

    I wonder if the guy who posted the Building Six Article Dredd links to (as well as a link to a contrary opinion) is for real or one of those AF bots?

    How could we tell if the software is that good (able to pass at least The Turing Test), since the software is merely an extension of a real person doing character acting?

  6. Randy,

    I'm sure the software is that good, although as several posters at Naked Capitalism noted, this is just a raising of the bar of previously well-developed propaganda techniques, none of which require high tech software to be effective. Just the recruitment of mercenary posters following a script (or in some cases not) is still highly effective, since the ultimate goal is not to "win hearts and minds," but just to sew seeds of confusion and doubt. The only real test they must pass is to appear at least minimally credible (and actually, even raving lunacy that's easily identified as propaganda still serves a purpose, in that it lets the targeted audience know that they are being targeted, and thus should be fearful and suspicious of all comments).

    That's why making war has always been so easy when compared to the "nation building" afterward. There's almost an unlimited number of ways in which one can screw things up, most of which are entirely intuitive and relatively easy and cheap (thugs usually delight in their work and work cheap) to implement. There's a very limited number of ways to construct things and hold them together afterward, almost none of which are intuitive, and which are almost always cost, labor, and intelligence intensive.

  7. Looks like Egypt is being played out once again in Wisconsin by rote.

    Tea Party Descends on Madison Protests
    Wisconsin Tea Party Activists Are Now Weighing In on the Ongoing State Worker Protests and Exploring Measures to Recall the Missing Democratic Senators

    Once again, total meltdown and dissolution is going to be the only longterm solution. We've long since passed the point of no return with regard to civility and negotiation. The GOP's strategy to poison the public waters - both literally and figuratively as it turns out - has been a complete and overwhelming success.

    Interestingly enough, the so-called class war has split the lower classes from each other every bit as effectively as it has safely insulated the plutocracy (who always knew they were better than the rest of us anyway, and are just now getting to prove it once and for all) from the carnage.

    The real story here is not that the plutocrats won - that part was entirely predictable - but that their ill-gained victory came largely at the behest of large swaths of the lower classes, who, knowingly or not, will soon be join their true class peers in abject wage slavery, poverty, and despair. And more unbelievably yet, they will still blame their peers for their mutual fate.

    Americans, it would seem, have been so totally and effectively conditioned to obey authority (i.e., their class betters) that they will apparently ride this accelerating train of destruction and ruin to the very bottom and their own miserable deaths. Shades of Wiemar anyone? We're all soon going to be involved in the "party of the century," but unfortunately very few of us party goers will regard it as anything remotely close to "fun."

  8. disaffected,

    Roger that.

    There is an interesting post at the Wall Street Journal in that regard:

    "The retirement savings plans that many baby boomers thought would see them through old age are falling short in many cases.

    The median household headed by a person aged 60 to 62 with a 401(k) account has less than one-quarter of what is needed in that account to maintain its standard of living in retirement, according to data compiled by the Federal Reserve and analyzed by the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College for The Wall Street Journal. Even counting Social Security and any pensions or other savings, most 401(k) participants appear to have insufficient savings. Data from other sources also show big gaps between savings and what people need, and the financial crisis has made things worse.

    (Retiring Boomers Find 401(k) Plans Fall Short).

    What the hell, do they not know that Wall Street just robbed them on behalf of MOMCOM?

  9. "The retirement savings plans that many baby boomers thought would see them through old age are falling short in many cases."

    And that's under current scenarios, which are soon going to look wildly optimistic. When the next collapse causes massive bank and investment fund failures and the ensuing inflation due to massive current monetary expansion and subsequent speculation finally occurs, many of those people will be completely wiped out financially and living in an environment of rapid price inflation for basic commodities.

    Never mind gasoline and housing, what happens when people can't even afford to eat, as our third-world brethren are already finding out? As the saying goes, when you ain't got nuthin', you ain't got nuthin' to lose. That time is now much, much closer than most in the US realize, and a possible government shut down in March might just be the first glimpse (if that happens, watch dems and Repubes alike come together to pass a bill that will continue to fund the military at the expense of everything else) of what lies ahead.