Although the women of the United States are confined within the narrow circle of domestic life, and their situation is, in some respects, one of extreme dependence, I have nowhere seen woman occupying a loftier position; and if I were asked... in which I have spoken of so many important things done by Americans, to what the singular prosperity and growing strength of that people ought mainly to be attributed, I should reply, To the superiority of their women.

--Alexis de Tocqueville, Democracy in America

Wednesday, November 9, 2011

The Real Deal on OWS- Hegel's Dialectical Play in the Park

I've long suspected that OWS was nothing but an attempt to get "stuff" started - to get the right wing into a frenzied lather over commies and to get all publicly schooled commies to come out of the woodwork and make noise. Call it Hegel's Dialectical Play in the Park. Allow me to introduce to you the players in our little drama:

  • Gene Sharp, author of the book, "From Dictatorship to Democracy" and professor at Harvard. He also stars in the documetary, "How to Start a Revolution".  The book was translated into Serbian at the behest of the Albert Einstein Institute, another player.
  • Ivan Marovic, the Serbian boy-genius credited with overthrowing Slobadon Milosevic by following Professor Sharp's manual and with some NATO and US help.  Here he is at Occupy Wall Street when the whole thing kicked off in September.
  • C.A.N.V.A.S. - Center for Applied Nonviolent Action and Strategies - has trained and organized "uprisings" in Lebanon, Maldives, Georgia, Ukraine, Tunisia, more recently Egypt and Libya. Look for the clenched -fist logo, the globalists use that same piece of clip art over and over. In this article, Popovic, mentioned below says that the revolutions in Tunisia and Egypt are 100% homegrown. He also states that CANVAS is funded by his Serbian friends. Yeah, right.. The external links page is revealing:
A map of the NGOs supporting CANVAS - link here

Now let me mention this is not a record of finanical support, I haven't dug that deep, but there's no way I'm buying that a bunch of formerly oppressed Serbian college boys are starting revolutions all over the world without some serious backing. Notice that all of the big NGO players are here, globalism on the march. I also included the campaign nodes from the last election so you could see that this is a bipartisan group. They're working hard to make the world a one-party system if you will.

Optor means Resistance 
  • Optor- the group that "overthrew" Milosodvik Here is their logo:
  • Albert Einstein Institute- where Gene Sharp disseminates his "how to revolt" booklet in different languages. 
  • US Institute of Peace - according to its website: "USIP is our country's global conflict management center. Created by Congress to be independent and nonpartisan, we work to prevent, mitigate and resolve international conflict without resorting to violence."May I suggest "epic fail", then? Revoke their charter. They sound like another Red Cross Mission to me.
  • International Republican Institute -according to its website: "A nonprofit, nonpartisan organization, IRI advances freedom and democracy worldwide by developing political parties, civic institutions, open elections, democratic governance and the rule of law." Notice that we're always using the word democracy as the equivalent to what makes America great. America never had "democracy", but had a Constitution carefully contructed so that mob rule and mass psychology would be hard pressed to steal an individual's liberty. Democracy is fixed in the Diebold machines.
  • Freedom House- Their mission statement: "Freedom House, an independent nongovernmental organization, supports the expansion of freedom in the world. Freedom is possible only in democratic political systems in which the governments are accountable to their own people; the rule of law prevails; and freedoms of expression, association, and belief, as well as respect for the rights of minorities and women, are guaranteed.
    Freedom ultimately depends on the actions of committed and courageous men and women. We support nonviolent civic initiatives in societies where freedom is denied or under threat and we stand in opposition to ideas and forces that challenge the right of all people to be free. Freedom House functions as a catalyst for freedom, democracy and the rule of law through its analysis, advocacy and action." blah, blah, blah.

  • Srdja Popovic - founder of Optor and according to his bio, he has extensive NGO skillz.Current director of CANVAS
  • Edward Hall - an anthropologist that focused his study on personal space. He has said that he saw how his work on body language could be useful to the CIA (is in the vid linked below) and his work touches on MK Ultra stuff- the program that allegedly drove the Unibomber to madness.
  • Edward Hall III - about 9 minutes into the vid linked below, you'll see a freaky kid screaming into the camera with a the gayest hat you've ever seen on. He screams about people with yachts to "get out of here" yadayada.. Well this guy is the anthropologist's grandson and his identity was confirmed by Breitbart, of course the Breitbart snippet didn't make the connection that this guy's grandpa ran with the same crowd of people who used experimental psychology to manipulate fake revolutions so that the state could step in and offer the solution.
  • Human Ecology Fund - Gave Edward Hall his grant money. It came out later that the CIA was behind the HEF, to which Dr. Hall was a little disconcerted. Dr. Hall's research on body language made it into the Kubark Interrogation Manual. Here is a great article discussing how the CIA, which is funded by the banksters, used anthropology research to benefit mass control. (The source material is Anthropology Today, and not some weirdos, okay?)
  • Marine Sgt. Shamar Thomas - you've seen the rant, but didn't you think it was kind of weird that he just came out of nowhere like that? Then he gets on Olberman to talk about it, in case you missed it on Youtube. Couple this with the OccupyMarine group and the fact that TPTB were advertising how the Egyptian uprising was carried out with Twitter, which is what the OccupyMarines and others  are also doing, it makes you think.
  • Adbusters, a non-profit magazine commited to anti-consumerism and pro-OWS. If they don't get ads, then how do they make money? Their biggest benefactor is the Tides Foundation, who most of you will recognize as a super-duper libby/commie supporting foundation.  Also a big contributor is the progressive Glaser Progress Foundation. Those of you who read my Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution series ought to know how the monied interests work through front groups to channel their money in order to socially engineer events to benefit them.

Link to video containing much of this information.
Skip the first 2-3 minutes as it starts telling you about Illuminati colors and such (I, for one never knew that wearing a black and white polka dot dress was expressing the colors of duality) - whatever -but the rest of it is pretty good, citing actual documents, people and places. 
L-R: Serbian Optor, Egypt's April 6 Movement, Georgia
From the Carnegie Council

Found at Occupy Seattle site

Now I'll be the first to admit that you can get a little crazy "looking" for symbols in a quest for some unifying theory of why the world works. But when we review the true history of our country as documented by internal government documents, wire transfer receipts, and other primary evidence, we see patterns. Without opposition, certain activities have become successful for those who obsess over power. It is not then unreasonable to assume that the same modus operandi that we discovered as we read through Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution would not be operating today, yet only more sophisticated. In that book, we learned how monied interests like JP Morgan would fund both communist and anti-communist activities. By having a two-party system, the Elites are able to ride popular opinion, most of it artificial, to wherever they want to go. If they wish to expand entitlements have have more in the dependent class, they do so when the left wing has "power". If they wish to punish any on the world stage that hasn't ceded their sovereignty over to them or won't deal their way, they wrap it in the flag and get the right wing to cheer for it. If you've got an idea, they've probably already got a room of white coated men studying on how to co-opt it. 

The total irony of Occupy Wall Street is that the biggest, baddest Marxists in the world wear the most expensive suits, drive the most expensive cars, and fund through the foundations, the very people protesting them as captitalists. The useful idiots, the products of decades of bankster funded foundation experimental grants, which in turn funded the communist workforce training that is the public school system, have no clue what we're talking about here. I doubt they have the reading comprehension to analyze the back of a cereal box much less a detailed article on "circles within circles". They remind me of a preschool class of kids and one kid starts saying "stoopid, stoopid, stoopid" for no reason. Within 30 seconds the whole bunch of them will be chanting, "stoopid, stoopid, stoopid". I still suspect that a lot of them are there with the backing of other bankster funded "ACORN" type groups to help build the crowd up. 

But what is the point? These clenched fist revolutions tend to lead to overthrowing governments. It could be a pressure valve release for the fact that Wall Street and the Fed have pretty much robbed us blind, but the right half of the country will have that go down the memory hole as they obsess over how stinky hippys are. The left wing will argue for more government, which is just fine for our Marxist Masters, as they bought that up a long time ago. If the right wing opinion wins out, then government function would be more and more privatized (as is happening in some sectors) to companies already in the thrall of our Marxist Masters. With the Banksters, the House always wins. Unless they are exposed, it's really the only shot we have.


  1. Agreed. Exposure is the only hope we have.

  2. That's what they're afraid of as control of education and the media were TPTB top priorities and they've only increased their grip. With the internet, that grip is slipping so better take advantage of it by finding out all you can about these people.

  3. Thanks, this one took me a real long time.


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