Always ask the fox to count whenever chickens are missing from the henhouse
Investigative journalist Robert Parry describes the propaganda/psychological operation (psyop) techniques known as “strategic communications” or “Stratcom”. This technique treats information as a “soft power” weapon to use against adversaries. Stratcom propaganda specialists combine psychological operations, propaganda and public relations to shape the beliefs of the target audience. Parry explains how Official Washington has become obsessed with the clout that comes from spinning false narratives. The government has become drunk on the power that comes from telling lies.
It’s been an open secret that the price of gold has been rigged (controlled) for many years. Central banks must be able to manipulate the price of gold in order to continue to create “money” out of thin air. Until now, government “investigations” into gold price manipulation have failed to confirm that manipulation was actually taking place. This is like asking a fox to investigate whether any chickens are missing from the henhouse. The answer has always been “all the chickens are accounted for”. Now, the Swiss Competition Commission has opened an investigation into possible (ha, ha, ha) gold price fixing by Swiss banks and surprisingly, UBS, the largest bank in Switzerland, may actually confess to the alleged gold price manipulation. Are the money-printers at the U.S. Federal Reserve losing sleep at night yet?
For years, the U.S. government has used Stratcom techniques to maintain the official myth that the September 11, 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center building complex and the Pentagon were directed by Osama Bin Laden from a cave in Afghanistan. The official investigation by the government-controlled 9/11 Commission reported that “no chickens were missing from the henhouse” – oops… I mean that “Osama Bin Laden did it”. There are however, 28 pages from that government report that were not released and are still missing, kept secret by the government. Over the years, many people have argued that those 28 missing pages should be released to the public. It is believed that those pages implicate the Saudi Arabian government in the attacks. In his article, author Kevin Ryan provides 20 examples of Saudi complicity in the 9/11 attacks (dear readers, please excuse the shock that the following information may cause you to feel) but these 20 examples not only show Saudi complicity but U.S. complicity as well. U.S. companies and government agencies apparently played a very large role in the success of the 9/11 attacks.
The Russian Federation has apparently sent some fighter jets to Syria to help in the fight against ISIS and to support the government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. Journalist and writer Eric Margolis explains how the Russian Federation, with a military budget that is only 10 percent the size of the United States military budget, will take over control of the world any day now unless the U.S. can do something to stop it.
Jack Perry, an arrow maker and writer, explains why Russian Federation President Vladimir Putin has won the Middle Eastern “chess game” with U.S. President Barack Obama. In Perry’s view, U.S. policy in the Middle East has become “obsolete”. The Pentagon spent $500 million dollars ($500,000,000) to train and equip five (yes; that’s 5) “moderate” fighters to defeat ISIS but their leader defected to al-Queda and took the weapons with him. The Pentagon has been bombing ISIS for months now but somehow ISIS keeps expanding its influence. Who knows how much more American taxpayer money it’s going to take to defeat the false-flag army called ISIS?