The Seven Seals of Doom

Draw all chalk arrows towards The Deep State.

I. The Revolving Door – no longer is merit based on performance towards goals of protecting American interests as the public has been led to view them but rather those of NATSEC and multinational corporations. Government employees create needs and then go out into the private sector and win bids for the need created inside. It’s an incestuous cycle that burns through tax dollars at an alarming and NATSEC threatening rate but receives no criticism from many so-called fiscal conservatives.

Perhaps not unrelated, political donations from many Top Secret America companies are considered classified and not subject to public scrutiny.

II. The Private NATSEC Corporation – besides the cycle described above, these companies have been known to target private citizens engaged in Constitutionally protected First Amendment activities as well as those seeking redress through the civil court system.

Then there is the general question of government responsibility and hiding in the private sector:

WaPo, “Massachusetts SWAT teams claim they’re private corporations, immune from open records laws,” Radley Balko, 26 July 2014:

washingtonpost.com/news/the-watch/wp/2014/06/26/massachusetts-swat-teams-claim-theyre-private-corporations-immune-from-open-records-laws/

III. Mission Creep – unable to support itself under the excuses for under which it was expanded, Top Secret America and the Department of Defense itself expanded their missions to include stifling dissent over financial crimes. This has been shown to include MINERVA, which grew out of the banking crisis, interestingly. Banks almost cripple world economy and DoD response is to create MINERVA targeting American people for manipulation. What’s wrong with this picture?

Programs and tools like those exposed by Edward Snowden and Jeremy Hammond/Barrett Brown present a large temptation for freedom-haters within government and the private sector. Tartan and Trapwire, for example, are the propagandist’s wet dream. These kinds of sockpuppet software packages make it possible to alter public perception by leveraging a few operatives to make them seem like an entire crowd, a majority.

Unfortunately, nearly all human beings over estimate their own intelligence and those of lower intelligence tend to over estimate theirs more. People believe that they are not susceptible to being manipulated, would know if it were being done to them.

IV. Surveillance, Propaganda, PSYOPs – these items, combined with the tools already mentioned above, make this manipulation easier. Even manipulation of NATSEC and law enforcement employees is accomplished, resulting in perhaps the rash of shootings we’ve seen, especially of homeless, mentally ill, and minorities. Radical opinions, whether ISIS, the Tea Party, or the Ferguson PD, did not appear out of thin air.

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Duke Cummingham John McCain with the same people who recently cut off a reporter’s head.

“People like this ultimately fail.” –Barack Obama

Yeah.

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Some liberal media will go through long-winded cultural and social explanations for situations like that in Ferguson, Missouri, twisting their spines into pretzels, resulting in “magic bullet theories” designed to sound too complex for mere mortals to grasp.

Compete horseshit. It’s Deep State propaganda.

It should be noted that this is exactly what Cass Sunstein suggested should be done: to create a false picture of reality by creating conspiracy theories covertly and then to use the excuse that people hold anti-government views to take away rights and arrest those so manipulated.

V. Loss of Narrative Control – like the government, a large, overwhelming portion of the mainstream media caters to the Deep State, the multinational, and not to the interests of the average citizen. The narrative becomes “if you don’t give up your rights to let us protect you, you will die.” Fear becomes the reason, rational thought perishes before it and is short-circuited by images of boogeymen ravaging in our heads.

VI. Hypocrisy – The Military Industrial Complex, not just an American phenomenon, arms as many sides in all conflicts as possible and then owns politicians like Peter King of New York {see end of article}:

NYTimes, “In Washington, Second Thoughts On Arming Police,” Matt Apuzzo and Michael S. Schmidt, 23 August 2014:

nytimes.com/2014/08/24/us/in-washington-second-thoughts-on-arming-police.html

While on the other hand politicians decry use of these weapons and even people trained by NATO like ISIS and Al Qaeda. This is the biggest scam in human history I think, setting up villains and then knocking them down. Of course that’s been CIA’s primary occupation on the operations side since its inception.

This has created a situation where more chaos equals more profit combined with sectors wielding so much power that they can create it on a whim and win-win while everyone else loses-loses.

VII. Rise of the Psychopath – as above with corporate America, so below with the government and the intelligence community. Sociopaths. I have nothing against them personally, it is a human condition and cannot be helped any more than other personality traits.

But at least since the 1990s it has been reported that sociopaths now excel within large companies. It is in part a factor of being able to lay people off or dump toxic waste without remorse, but also the drive to do better than the previous fiscal year as a result of that being the requirement from Wall Street to see positive stock results. Interestingly, this has gone beyond the fiduciary responsibility of protecting stock holders and now corporate officers frequently defraud stock holders for their own, personal financial gain.

Insert Jurassic-Parking vampires back into existence metaphor here.

Additionally, corporations are people with protected “civil rights” and people are objects to be used, abused, exploited in turf wars between agencies and political parties. There is no moral high ground in any of these sectors being occupied. The scandal, the crime, is the covert civil war itself, not simply what the war is about.

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