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Tuesday, August 03, 2010

The Mass Psychology of Limited Hangouts on 9/11

This makes a lot of sense:
The Transparent Conspiracy by Michael D. Morrissey: A Review

The Mass Psychology of Partial Disclosure

The Transparent Conspiracy is a collection of essays written between 2006 and 2010, mainly about the 911 and JFK conspiracies and cover up, with a short collection of poems on the same topic. Morrisey’s latest book is a definite departure from other conspiracy literature. Morrissey has no interest in proving or disproving either the 911 or the JFK conspiracy – he feels this territory is well-covered by other authors. The topic of this book is mass psychology. Morrissey believes our government’s propaganda arm (whatever they call it now) is fully aware that a well-managed conspiracy cover-up can have a very intimidating effect, which can be very effective in keeping the public docile and obedient.

The Government Wants Us to Know

Specifically he argues there is major value (from the government point of view) in disclosing a limited amount of information concerning government culpability in atrocities such as the JFK assassination and 911. He bases his view on something he calls “Transparency Theory” – thus his title The Transparent Conspiracy. He says the CIA has long recognized that “telling part of the truth is the best way to lie.” They even have a term for it: “white propaganda.” Morrissey argues that for the government to brazenly commit criminal acts can be quite effective in demoralizing and alienating the tuned-in segment of the population that fully comprehends the corrupt nature of our government institutions.

He then lays out the hypothetical question: if the reality of the 911 conspiracy were widely accepted by the American public, would they be capable of doing anything about it? Morrissey believes that at this point in history they would be powerless (that they lack the power to bring the culprits to trial or even impeach them). Which he contends is a powerful basis for demoralization and alienation.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

go to that link and read the comments they all seem as if they were written by the same hand and promote the same message (no planes and mini nukes are ridiculous)

10:06 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

First, there appears to be nothing new here. From Hitler's "the people will more easily fall victim to a big lie than to a small one" to the psychiatrist E. Martin Schotz' book I've cited ("History Will Not Absolve Us") what this new book says has been well said before. Schotz got into denial and induced mass psychosis, via the govt's obvious involvement in killing JFK and the cover-up.

Second, his quote that the people can't win at this point is precisely what a hidden intel asset would want to promulgate. Or those desperate to find reasons not to act.

But history is replete with the overthrows of totalitarian regimes like the U.S. And that's why they feel they must keep passing more and more "legislation." Experts have cited that only 5% of a nation's people is sufficient for the job. Half of Americans own guns. The Supreme Court just made that easier.

Third: My first thought was that this individual is intel, for numerous reasons including the above. When I went to see his book at Amazon, it notes that Morrissey has had a "long correspondence between Noam Chomsky and himself."

Now I have outed Chomsky here as obvious intel for his "Oswald alone did it and it doesn't matter, move on" foul and intel "views." Many have realized the deeper picture with Chomsky's gatekeeping on numerous matters.

And I have pointed out here before that intel agents/assets only "hang out" with fellow agents/assets.

If either one were not, he'd be repelled and/or rebuffed by the other one.

So it is obvious to me.

So why quote here that part about revolting being hopeless at this point? When one, it isn't true, and two, it should be done even if it were true. Is Concentration Camp or mass extermination--the only 2 choices they have in store for us--better than doing what the nation's founding fathers wanted us to do?

Anonymous Physicist

10:26 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Polygraph test results admissible as evidence in courts worldwide.

Google "Quadri-Track ZCT"

10:47 AM  
Blogger spooked said...

Well, I think it's good to see what they are trying to do, and realize that we should rise above it... and to come up with new strategies to effect change.

4:50 PM  

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