String Theory for Global Madness

…and why the infirm and the criminal run not only the asylums and prisons but governments as well.

While I’m ignoring the current DC tired old variety show in which one party pretends that they cannot stand an appointee who is actually just as snuggly with banks who fund terrorism and launder drug money as they are…

David Sirota, “Attorney General Nominee Loretta Lynch Omitted HSBC Interview From Senate Questionnaire,” International Business Times, 27 January 2015:

ibtimes.com/attorney-general-nominee-loretta-lynch-omitted-hsbc-interview-senate-questionnaire-1796924

The bank was accused of knowingly allowing Mexican drug cartels to launder money and of allowing violations of economic sanctions against countries including Iran, Libya, Sudan and Cuba. Lynch, then the U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of New York, allowed the bank to avoid prosecution in 2012 by paying a $1.9 billion fine and submitting to a monitor for five years to oversee compliance. Critics slammed the deal as an example of the Obama administration’s pattern of going easy on the financial industry. In the Dec. 11, 2012, interview she did with CBS News, Lynch endorsed the settlement and dismissed criticism of the deal as “shortsighted.”

Let’s back up a moment and discuss the Barrett Brown case as example and then move on to the sad excuse and the failure of your elected leaders, their bureaucratic henchmen, and the businesses that love them for removing any semblance of accountability, regulatory enforcement, and a legal system that does anything in the way of aid the average citizen.

I think Brown said it–actually didn’t say it–best:

Barrett Brown, “The Barrett Brown Review of Arts and Letters and Jail: If Anyone Needs Me, I’ll Be in Prison,” D Magazine, 26 January 2015:

frontburner.dmagazine.com/2015/01/26/the-barrett-brown-review-of-arts-and-letters-and-jail-if-anyone-needs-me-ill-be-in-prison/

2) Tim notes, correctly, that, in addition to improvising a few extra lines in the course of my allocution that were not present in the written version, I didn’t deliver the line “I think your Honor can walk and chew bubble gum at the same time.” I took that out because, by the time I delivered the allocution, it had become painfully obvious that he could do no such thing. Frankly, I am not going to lie in court unless I am getting paid whatever these FBI agents are getting paid.

In reference to:

Tim Rogers, “Barrett Brown Sentenced to 63 Months in Prison, Looks Horrible in Mustard Yellow Jail Togs,” D Magazine, 23 January 2015:

frontburner.dmagazine.com/2015/01/23/barrett-brown-sentenced-to-63-months-in-prison-looks-horrible-in-mustard-yellow-jail-togs/

Also, I think, having gone through some of the Stratfor emails at WikiLeaks the other morning, that is quite possible that Stratfor was having financial difficulties. This is not something you would ever find in the emails in all likelihood, at least not in my two decades of corporate experience. It would instead be glimpsed in the desperation of those to please the boss with moar cash and I think that is there.

This would make them good as a target for the hacks that FBI directed through Sabu. Through court documents, it was clear that FBI told Stratfor to do nothing when they detected some of the earlier intrusions.

It would make sense, once you understand that you are dealing with criminal organizations all around who are only interested in how to pry a nickel out of your corpse and PR the government into giving them more freshly printed dough, that digital arson–not unlike the actual arson directed at the condo building of my friend Kate Conway on 23 December 2009 which FBI for some reason refuses to arrest anyone for–was employed as a means of saving Stratfor from an embarrassing collapse. In short, FBI and Stratfor engaged in what amounts to some sort of insurance fraud and though Jeremy Hammond and Barrett Brown have been saddled with millions of dollars in damages, that the American taxpayer paid for it up front to prop Stratfor up like we do torturing despots all over the planet. {And of course your average American imbecile would bitch about that and blame Hammond and Brown without even pausing to consider if there actually was any damage and that the company was already being sucked into a black hole until the people who tried to drive MLK to suicide came to the “rescue”}.

But on we go. Now let us examine the sort of FEMA-scare stuff, the Department of Defense deployed on American soil along side the National Guard and militarized police. What is the plan?

Ralph Lopez, “More Treason: Internment Field Manual Instructs “Identify Political Activists” for “Indoctrination,” DailyKos, 4 May 2012:

dailykos.com/story/2012/05/04/1088801/-More-Treason-Internment-Field-Manual-Instructs-Identify-Political-Activists-for-Indoctrination

3-56. The PSYOP team also supports the military police custodial mission in the I/R facility. The team—
– Develops PSYOP products that are designed to pacify and acclimate detainees or DCs to accept U.S. I/R facility authority and regulations.

– Gains the cooperation of detainees or DCs to reduce the number of guards needed.

– Identifies malcontents, trained agitators, and political leaders within the facility who may try to organize resistance or create disturbances.

– Develops and executes indoctrination programs to reduce or remove antagonistic attitudes.

– Identifies political activists.

– Provides loudspeaker support (such as administrative announcements and facility instructions when necessary).

– Helps the military police commander control detainee and DC populations during emergencies.

– Plans and executes a PSYOP program that produces an understanding and appreciation of U.S. policies and actions.

Note that this last part is quite possibly what this post is about on a level I’m not fond of. But on we go. Again, it is disturbing that the planet may be on the brink of death and there’s so many behaving like they have a spaceship waiting. I think it more likely they just have your yard, your water, your air, your food, your money in mind after they get things to the point that they can kill you in some amusing way and make room for their bloated selves.

Though those in the know would realize this, I must agree with Barrett Brown that Lindsay’s brain is possibly not capable of understanding all of this and therefore was simply obeying his baser, greedy instincts and winking at the FBI’s falsehoods along the way. All Lindsay could see was police who don’t treat him like they do other African Americans, and really, cowards know no skin color.

But you can also see why no holds were barred in Lindsay’s and Preska’s kangaroo courts and they put away Barrett Brown, Jeremy Hammond, as they have Jason Hammond and others. They are too smart and contain too great a sense of care for their fellow human beings to be allowed to roam free when the shit hits the fan. That’s for the psychotics the US government employs: The Stasi. {Best of luck with that, folks, when it goes down.} And frankly, I do think we’re at six inches to fecal impact:

Svati Kirsten Narula, “tick. tock. We’ve crossed four of the nine boundaries supposedly separating us from planetary destruction,” Qz, 20 January 2015:

http://qz.com/329132/weve-crossed-four-of-the-nine-boundaries-supposedly-separating-us-from-planetary-destruction/

It is telling, though isn’t it? Take for example the people aboard Flight 93, who decided to take the plane back once they discovered what was happening on 9/11. Take for example the folks trapped in the DC Metro shutdown recently and how they reacted with class. Take most situations where regular humans are put in dire straits and pull together, help, and save the day.

Then compare that with our leaders. Whether you’re talking Obama, Bush, Cameron and the inbred royals, Hollande, the Saudis… whichever direction you would like to look, take a gander at what these examples of homo sapien have done.

The legalization of torture, assassination, human experimentation, harassment, theft on a massive scale, police brutality, genocide, and I’m sure I’m forgetting a few good ones. These are the worst of the worst, and bad situations have brought it out.

Did Michael Hastings cause 9/11?

Did Matt DeHart cause global warming?

Did Shaker Aamer cause the housing bubble to burst? Is he destroying the middle class?

Did Mohammed Toiman Al-Jahmi behead anyone?

No. Al Qaeda, the House of Saud, and the CIA and its contractors via Charlie Wilson’s war vs the USSR and decades of research on how to engineer false-flag operations did.

No. The Department of Defense and multinational corporations did.

No. George W. Bush, Wall Street, and the big banks did.

No. The Saudi government did…and did again just after they got their new king.

This is why climate change is no excuse. This is why the wrong people are being entrapped and put in prison. This is why things will be worse than they had to be when the real problems begin.

This is why they are just so full of shit. This is why they seem to be misdirecting their ire at the wrong people and consistently so.

Why did we have to have shitheads running the world? Because actually doing the right thing takes hard work, and so the only people attracted to power are those who know how to exploit problems and systems for their own amusement, power lust, and greed.

Your Moment of MKULTRA:

Meg Wagner, “Fla. man kills teen while acting out rap song: deputies,” Daily News, 28 January 2015:

msn.com/en-us/news/crime/fla-man-kills-teen-while-acting-out-rap-song-deputies/

He faces charges of manslaughter, tampering with evidence and possession of alprazolam, an anti-anxiety prescription drug.

Tom Dart, “Three cops, a 17-year-old and ‘a cry for help’: why did Kristiana Coignard die?,” The Guardian, 28 January 2015:

msn.com/en-us/news/crime/three-cops-a-17-year-old-and-a-cry-for-help-why-did-kristiana-coignard-die/

Coignard is the third person – and the third young person – shot dead by Longview police in less than a year. No charges were filed by a grand jury against three officers who killed a 15-year-old robbery suspect during a shootout last March. A 23-year-old cook with a history of making threats died in August after a routine traffic stop went awry.

Three-and-a-half hours south, in Houston, the 2012 death of Brian Claunch had exemplified the potential for tragedy when police with limited training encounter a troubled individual in a pressurised situation. Though Houston has a widely praised CIT programme, two officers without that experience were called to a care home one night when Claunch, a schizophrenic, wheelchair-bound double amputee, started behaving erratically.

Police said that he grew violent and cornered an officer while waving a shiny object in their direction. Matthew Marin shot the 45-year-old in the head. The object proved to be a ballpoint pen. In June 2013, a grand jury declined to bring charges against the officer.

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