Articles Filed Under: Enculturation

  • Is Fear induction Social Engineering?
  • By comparison, the number of U.S. citizens harmed by independently verified “terrorist” acts in the last decade is less than 20 [114, 115, 116] - please see discussion and citations here: The World Wide U.S. War of Terror . Number of innocent U.S. citizens harmed by police shootings [121] usually for the crime of being non-white [122, 123], illegal beatings [124], confiscation of prope Read More...

  • Are Your Core Beliefs Easily Manipulated?
  • Propositional belief is the belief that something is so. For example, you might believe that you are 70 years old. This in turn implies a belief in an objective truth which is verifiable. For example to believe that you are 70 years old implies that you were born. This is an implication that can be verified, such via a birth certificate. Similarly the actual age can be verified by the same certifi Read More...

  • Creating the Fourth Reich
  • Some interesting experiments where done under in 1962. Subjects were presented with a stack of 2000 pages of random numbers and instructed to add each two adjacent numbers while a man in a white lab coat absented himself from the room. There was no financial or other inducement, other than that the lab-coat wearer had been introduced as someone important, an authority figure. Over 90% of the test Read More...

  • Can any Crowd be Easily Controlled?
  • Two Capuchin monkeys (A and B) were trained to hand over a small stone when the experimenter pointed to it, in return for the reward of a piece of cucumber. A and B (who had been trained together) were then placed side by side in separate cages. Each monkey could easily see the other one, and the experimenter, and could reach through the bars of their cages to hand over their stones and receive th Read More...

  • Can Democracy be Easily Ended? (Yes - 10 easy steps)
  • The data plotted below [1703] was taken from the Variety of Democracies project based at the University of Gothenburg. The study was done by more than fifty social scientists on six continents, covering 350 indicators and 30 democracy indices in 173 countries. It has been done every year since 1900, tracking and comparing democracies around the world vis-a-vis these many indices. The project has b Read More...

  • Is Universal Surveillance Oppression? Yes.
  • They were further allowed by Mr. Trump’s law to insert advertisements into anything - your phone calls, your internet browsing, or anything else. They were allowed too to remove encryption, to install surveillance software without your permission, to access CCTV surveillance and facial recognition systems, and to automate the construction of very detailed psychological, emotional, educational, etc Read More...

  • North American internment camps
  • No society in history has imprisoned more of its own citizens that the United States. It has imprisoned more than 19,000,000 human beings - far more than the entirety of the Soviet Union’s horrible Gulag prisons [424]. Like the Golag system though, the U.S. system is run for the profit of private corporations and the oligarchs who run them. All the while exactly as with the Gulag system, selling t Read More...

  • Censorship and Bibliocaust
  • As part of its systematic and wide ranging attack on science (see here for details: Why Do Politicians Destroy Science? ), the government of Prime Minister Harper of Canada dismantled some of the world’s leading fishery, ocean and environmental libraries [387]. Irreplaceable collections funded by the taxpayer and built up over a century by some of the world’s leading scientific experts in their fi Read More...

  • Media Controls Most Narratives
  • In his pioneering work in linguistics, N. Chomsky found that regardless of language or culture, infants at a certain age will make sounds which resemble the speech patterns and intonations of their parents. Yet the speech they produce is contentless. It replicates the sound, pattern, vowels, diphthongs, etc. of adult speech, but it is utterly devoid of meaning. Dr. Chomsky called this “Toddl Read More...

  • The Horror of Racism
  • George was convicted of killing two white girls by an all white jury in less than ten minutes, during a one day trial in the U.S. state of South Carolina, in 1944. The statements of his brothers that he was with them at the time the girls were killed ... were ignored. The fact that George had been forced by police to “confess” was ignored. Read More...

  • Cyberwar is a war against you
  • Cyberwar is just like any other type of war. It is about domination of others. Cyberwar includes domestic and foreign spying, undermining news media and the press, lies and dishonesty, sacrificing civilians and human rights, mass propaganda, and above all furthering the interests of a handful of malignant egophrenic aristocrats far from the battle fields (please q.v. Beat Down Economics: malevolen Read More...

  • Firehose Effect: the social epidemic of incessant lies
  • The statement above was made during Mr. Bush’s State of the Union Address on Jan. 28, 2003. The claim was a lie, for administration officials knew at the time that was no such effort on the part of Mr. Hussein [244, 245, 246]. Read More...

  • Evidence Based History vs. Revisionism
  • Politicians such as Goebbels and his propaganda advisor E. Bernays said it. Scholars such as Foucault and Ellul said it. Pretty much everyone in the booming propaganda business has said it . Read More...

  • Harmonisation Is a Tool of War
  • Three hundred people, mainly U.S. residents, control 1.5 percent of all of the world’s wealth [611]. This is more than the GDP of every country on the planet, except China and the U.S. Additionally a mere 62 people own more than half the entire wealth of of most nations [612, 754]. Of these eight people (five of whom are U.S. citizens) control more wealth than 50% of every human being alive [856, Read More...

  • Propaganda to Control the Rabble
  • The concern eventually led to Sinclair’s well known work “The Jungle” [2]. Sinclair’s interesting book documented cases of workers falling into the slaughter house vats, being ground up alive (as were the cattle), and included in lard and other meat products purchased by the general public (to be named Soylent Green, perhaps?). He also documented extreme animal abuse, a complete lack of sanitary c Read More...

  • Soft Fascism by example
  • While the obvious examples of hard fascism in the current millennium are those led by Benito Mussolini in Italy, Czar Vlad Putin in Russia, Margaret Thatcher in Britain, and G.W. Bush and Donald Trump in the United States, few writers have looked at the rapidity with which soft fascism can introduce similar social controls but without the general public ever becoming aware of what is going on, or Read More...

  • Social Engineering
  • The articles in this section (i.e. on Social Engineering) point to a plethora of research studies and examples demonstrating one incontrobversial fact. Namely that: Read More...

  • Thought Crime and Junk Science
  • Before talking about the junk science involved, it might be useful to give some examples of thought crimes. I have selected examples which most people would not consider to fit the usual (Orwell’s) definition of a thought crime ... until you think about them a bit Read More...

  • Patriotism Is Social Engineering
  • "Naturally the common people don’t want war... but after all it is the leaders of a country who determine the policy, and it is always a simple matter to drag the people along, whether it is a democracy, or a fascist dictatorship, or a parliament, or a communist dictatorship. Voice or no voice, the people can always be brought to the bidding of the leaders. That is easy. All you have to do is tell Read More...

  • Soft Fascism, Neoliberalism, Hard Fascism, and Hayek
  • To do so I briefly discuss public choice theory as well as work by people who while virtually unknown to most, created the collaborative systems used by tycoons and oligarchs to supplant democracy in the United States, Britain, and other nations with the form of totalitarianism known as soft fascism. (These person include James McGill Buchanan, Friedrich von Hayek and Ludwig von Mises and their ph Read More...

  • An open letter to heads of state
  • Below is a copy of a copy of a letter sent to various heads of state and cabinet ministers from NGOs, rights organisations, and individuals concerned about the egregious attacks upon freedom, civil, and democratic rights by the Five Eyes group of spy agencies run by Australia, Britain, the United States, Canada, and New Zealand. It has been alleged by some that Five Eyes spying has been used to su Read More...