The Poisoned Well & The Mainstream Poisoned-Water-Bearers

And Now it Boils Down to Drink or Not To Drink

wellOnce upon a time an evil witch visits a kingdom and poisons the central well with a potion that drives people mad. The next morning all who drink from that well go crazy. The king, however, knew about this in advance, and didn’t drink from the communal well. The next day, those who drank the poisoned water came to the king and accused him of being the crazy one. The king, aware of what had transpired, was faced with a dilemma: drink from the well and lose his sanity like the rest of his subjects, but remain king; or don’t drink, remain sane, but be swept from power by those who would view his very sanity as madness.

Today in our nation those who refrain from drinking from the well poisoned by the establishment witches are categorized, marginalized, and labeled extremists, crazies, conspiracy theorists, and other adjectives along the same lines:

The political candidate who choose to run as a ‘people’s candidate,’ not the establishment candidate representing this special interest or that foreign interest’s agenda, is referred to as an extremist.

Those groups who fight for accountability and demand justice are dismissed as radicals.

Those in government who dare to come forward, speak up, and tell the truth are labeled as disgruntled whistleblowers.

Those activists who dare to ask for ‘real’ investigations in matters such as 9/11 are grouped and stuffed in a bucket as insane conspiracy theorists.

We have the witches of the establishment pouring the poisoned concoction into the communal wells. Maybe a little bit of pseudo patriotism mixed with a fair amount of fear-mongering laced with dependency-inducing barbitals topped with fluffy fantasy puffs. Maybe three portions of false security shaken with two portions of false prosperity hallucinogenic elixir blended with a shot of apathy-enhancing liquor. Maybe all of the above and more.

waterbearersEqually if not more importantly we have the poison-water bearers. After all, the objective of poisoning the majority is too important to be left to chance. What if some decide to collect rainwater instead of going to the well? What if some chose river water over well water? You see, for the poisoned well plot to work, most if not all should drink from the poisoned wells, so what better way to ensure than having water bearers deliver to most if not all. The mainstream poison-water-bearers do just that: take the water poisoned by the establishment witches, put it into easy-to-swallow portions and easy-to-drink containers, and then deliver it to as many people as they can. Think establishment witches’ 9/11-national security state-wars concoction, and then think New York Times and Washington Post. You see how it works? Right. You take the establishment poisons, mainstream media poisons-bearers, and you get a whole a lot of poisoned people acting crazy as hell. And if by any chance you have refrained from drinking, then you better be ready to be singled out, pointed to, and called a nut and a crazy.

In a recent article at LWR Tom woods addresses this issue extremely well:

Extremism is a sacred word in the bipartisan lexicon, solemnly reserved for willful and persistent deviations from the holy mainstream. For that reason, it is not extremism to favor a policy that led to 2 million deaths in Vietnam. Our mainstream politicians supported that, you see. It is not extremism to have favored the indefensible war in Iraq, which led to at least hundreds of thousands of deaths and four million people displaced. How could it be? Why, the Washington Post and the New York Times favored it!

How about a sanctions policy that led to the deaths of 500,000 Iraqi children? Even if this statistic were false, American officials, including former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright and former US Ambassador to the United Nations Bill Richardson, said half a million dead Iraqi children were "worth it." No mainstream outlet I am aware of has referred to Albright and Richardson as extremists.

For that matter, no one has been called an extremist for thinking it’s all right for people to stick their hands down your pants at the airport. This is a matter of public policy, citizen.

You can read the entire article here and watch his related YouTube clip here.

The potent concoction for the 2012 elections is almost ready. What you see right now is the aperitif being served by the mainstream-poison-water-bearers to stimulate the thirst and appetite for the coming potion. I am going to pass, and then pass again. Would you care to join the sane crowd and be called crazy by crazies and dare to hope to have the majority with you this time around?
 

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  1. Bill Bergman says:

    Lots of fun, thanks.

    What can you do, besides just taking a pass? Voting, of course. And putting together material like this.

  2. @Bill: Right. And you know what? It is fun to have all the crazies wiith me here at BFP;-)

  3. Since the theme here seems to be “conspiracy theories”, eher are some extra things to consider.

    Like the other rational people here, I try to do my homework and act on facts instead of rumors. We all know there’s the “end-of-the-world” crowd that’s pushing all kinds of stuff. Buy gold now. Obama’s going to put you in a FEMA camp, and various other ideas. If they’re wrong, many tend to say the same thing. We know we’re right. We just haven’t worked out the timing on this yet. No kidding.

    But here’s an interesting idea. One of the leaders in remote viewing (a heightened awareness about places, objects or periods of time. Not ESP) is Stephan A Schwartz. His basic premise? There’s more than our normal set of senses. Also, through research we’ve now establised criteria that can be used to make actual credible predictions.

    Instead of the usual Coast to Coast/Art Bell jokes, set those aside and just consider an idea. Schwartz is saying that he’s done a study with remote viewers regarding our govt. in 2050. What will it look like?

    He says that a majority of his test subjects came up with the same information:

    Washington D.C. will still exist. However, the “federal” govt. as we know it will be extremely limited.

    The country will be divided into four basic areas. The idea being each one is a collection of like-minded people (one neocon, one progressive and two others).

    It’s now 2011. This is 39 years from now. That’s roughly 10 Presidential terms (whoever these people are). Before you say remote viewing and psychic spies are a joke, then why did the govt. spend millions on these programs?

    Based on the facts that we know now (and the inaction of the Powers that Be), could you see something like this happening? Other variations on this scenario:

    After 2012, the poles will switch.
    Sun flares will wipe out our global communication systems. (No more neocon MSM).
    More earthquakes, floods and droughts will happen.

    Check out the links and consider it with an open mind.

    http://www.stephanaschwartz.com/

    http://www.enlightennext.org/magazine/j37/petersen.asp

    http://www.finerminds.com/mind-power/stephan-schwartz-remote-viewing-questions/

  4. @yoshi I don’t want Sibel to remind me I am off topic. I’ll begin by saying that voting for a Democrat or a Republican will be a waste of my vote. I am betting on climate change. Now briefly: since we tend to be labeled crazy here, I have personally met two remote viewers. I know there were two generations trained ten years ago when they claimed they ended the program. ‘Men Who Stare at Goats’ has a lot of truth in it. Traditional societies like the Tibetans and shamans have been doing this stuff for ages. Science claims we are the first to develop remote viewing scientifically. The key is biogenic magnetite found in the hippocampus. Okay. I’ve got to shut up now.

  5. j kanarcho says:

    Intriguing interview on RT with Gen. Hamid Gul:

    http://youtu.be/MH8WUHjo1ms

  6. @J kanarcho: Thanks for the link. I’ve been following his comments and interviews on Osama Death Script; after all, we are talking former Pakistani Intel Chief, right? Leave it to the crazies to brand this discussion as ‘totally crazy’;-)

  7. lightviperr says:

    Sometimes the only way to break out of the illusion is to be personally effected by it. Many disparate individuals came to the same conclusion about terrorism, corruption, 9/11, Iraq, WMD, etc because it affected them directly.They’ve been boiling frogs with poisonous well water for a long time, the ideas are ingrained. It’s a sad day when people who say 2+2 isn’t 5 are called crazy. To them reality is what they say it is, it not something that’s objective.

  8. theepitbull says:

    ribit ribit ribit

    (((3)))

  9. theepitbull says:

    Has anyone seen this:

    U.S. announces charges against five 9/11 terror suspects

    http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2011/05/31/charged-announced-for-five-911-terror-suspects/

    WASHINGTON — US military prosecutors at Guantanamo were expected to file fresh charges on Tuesday against the mastermind of the 9/11 attacks, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, and four alleged co-conspirators.

    Looks like someone is replenishing that there community well [AGAIN]

    Show trails are U.S.

    (((3)))

  10. @Zica: will check; thanks.

    @Theepitbull: It sure does. One quick point: That story was released via several news wire, and picked up by all MSM channels. That’s one thing RS does regularly: change title, reprint, and not provide link/sources where it comes from/originates. They don’t produce anything; not a thing-pure forgery. Very unethical. That, and of course their foundation bosses and string holders.

  11. the Blanket refusal of systems controlling the program to in any way properly respond to forensic information/evidence streams contesting 911 Commission Theory, expose its collective hide for what it is. Complicit. One way or another. Complicit.[REAL investigation would have exposed as nonsense the NIST and commission reports years ago]

    No comment. It never Happened. That information is classified, you are all CRAZY., all indicate Barnett rule set systems in deep shit, whereby responsible and expert questions will not be responded to in adult fashion indicates the scope of control to them being asked at all. The lie has got to be KEPT. That is the ‘new ordering principle’, which expends a lot of soul, alot of energy at the core.
    The remote viewers must see great tumult ahead as balance pivot between truth∆lie breaks down the ability of script to pretend against it.

  12. @remo: you are going to love our upcoming BF Podcast interview with Paul Craig Roberts. It will be up on Friday.

  13. Cool. Look forward to it. And, speaking of Friday, one of the allegations against defendants in an anti-terror case down here, was that evil plotters were plotting to assassinate former US president George Bush, based on a conversation intercepted by police.
    What was left out of the media coverage of this allegation, is that the ‘plot’ discussed in the conversation was to catapult a bus onto Bush’s head.

    To publicly highlight the absurdity of the evidence being brought against these people, activists are building a mock-up of this mythical bus-launching catapult, and plan to have a test launching of the assassination device outside NZ Parliament on Friday, complete with someone dressed as George Bush serving as the target.

    Anyone able to help, please contact: concernedcitizenscollective@gmail.com
    or Ben on 02102325433

    🙂

  14. If the plot had succeeded, I’m sure Arlen Specter would have suggested that the committee investigating the assassination go with the magic bus theory.

  15. could get elected on that.

  16. theepitbull says:

    Hey

    Has anyone seen this?

    Boston Metro 06.01.2011

    Terror 2.0: Fighting the PR war

    http://www.metro.us/boston/international/article/876233–terror-2-0-fighting-the-pr-war

    By ELISABETH BRAW – MWN IN LONDON

    Why should we take notice of Samir Khan?

    He combines a Muslim background with a U.S. background. He runs several websites and blogs and now two online magazines. In truth, what Khan does is something that almost every teenager could do.

    Who’s the target audience?

    The West. What Khan produces is basically al Qaeda for the U.S. That tells us that AQAP is trying to recruit Muslims in the West. You don’t need many people to carry out an attack; Major Nidal Hassan, who killed 13 people at Fort Hood, acted alone.

    How does having American spokesmen benefit al Qaeda?

    Just like in WWII, propaganda is much more effective when you use native speakers.
    “Al-Awlaki has twice been arrested for soliciting prostitutes, but he’s developed a reputation as bin

    Think Osama bin Laden was media-savvy? Just look at Anwar al-Awlaki. The 40-year-old imam wears traditional Muslim garb; but unlike bin Laden, he’s fluent in English. And in his YouTube sermons, he effortlessly mixes Islamic doctrine with colloquial references to U.S. pop culture.

    In fact, al-Awlaki is American. Born in New Mexico, he attended college in Colorado, received a master’s degree in California and started doctoral studies in Washington, DC. He’s also the public face of al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), al Qaeda’s most powerful franchise. His sermons on everything from marriage to paradise get up to 100,000 views. (Typical comment: “This Sheikh is awesome!!!”) Thanks to his success on YouTube, al-Awlaki is now considered a top candidate to be al Qaeda’s next leader.

    “Al-Awlaki is a paradox,” notes Dr. Sajjan Gohel, international security director at the Asia-Pacific Foundation, a London think tank. “He was arrested twice in the United States for soliciting prostitutes, but he has developed a reputation as bin Laden’s successor. He’s dangerous because he understands the Western mindset and is skilled at using modern media.”

    Welcome to al Qaeda 2.0. AQAP and other jihadist groups now create videos and online chat rooms; they make sleek media productions on the Internet. Last year, for example, AQAP launched Inspire, a glossy English-language publication. The online magazine features catchy headlines, lots of photos, quotes by American celebrities and articles such as “Mujaheddin for beginners” and “Make a bomb in your mom’s kitchen.” It’s edited by Samir Khan, a young former New Yorker.

    “He’s a very smooth, irreverent young guy, and a good graphic designer,” notes Scott Stewart, a vice president at intelligence firm Stratfor who worked on the investigation of al Qaeda’s 2000 attack on the USS Cole, which killed 17 Americans. “The new al Qaeda is trying to reach younger people by appearing cool and hip.”

    Earlier this year, AQAP launched Shamikha, an online magazine for women. Its niche: beauty tips mixed with articles with titles like: “How to marry a jihadist.”

    Al Qaeda’s new generation of leaders have also studied Jack Welch-style management techniques.

    “They’ve built up an impressive archive of self-studies and strategic analysis reports, available on jihadist Web forums, where members offer and advise on how to improve the terror organization’s success,” notes James Forest, former director of terrorism studies at the United States Military Academy. “Their much-used book, ‘Management of Savagery,’ argues that future al Qaeda leaders must correct organizational problems and create better propaganda.”

    The new Afghanistan

    YEMEN – Since 2004, when the U.K. expelled him, Anwar al-Awlaki has lived in Yemen. That’s where al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) is based.

    “AQAP has eclipsed the core al Qaeda,” says Dr. Sajjan Gohel of the the Asia-Pacific Foundation. “Today the core al Qaeda is an Egyptian-Libyan group with power struggles. Their finances are drying up and the U.S. has slowly been killing off its leaders. AQAP doesn’t have that problem.”

    AQAP’s mostly Yemeni and Saudi members and can operate freely in Yemen, which has replaced Afghanistan as a terrorist haven. “Terrorism is very cheap and easy when you’re based in Yemen,” says Scott Stewart, a former CIA investigator.

    More OBL community well PR BS…no?

    Them dam terroU.S.

    (((3)))

    PS: Link of the week: http://disinfectyourmind.com/disinfect/

  17. Good Opinion, Sibel.
    The 2011-12 versions of the Salem witch trials could happen any day. America’s Japanese population got no due process or justice during WW2. Multiple similar scenarios are possible today. Mass hysteria.

    Hardly matters too much because our house of cards could fall on its own any DAY as it did for the former Soviet Union in 1990. OUR entire system came to the edge of complete financial meltdown in Sept. — Oct . 2008. COMPLETE financial collapse is becoming more probable as we pursue two plus endless wars on terrorism, the “Libyan deal”, including a Trillion dollar war on drugs. Wars break out now like mushrooms. ENDLESS WAR.

    The Swiss make it possible, for addicts to pursue their bad habits legally, a visionary government philosophy; so addicts don’t have to end up in the pen. We, in contrast, criminalize everything, so the system won’t have to create many jobs,–just warehouse the population. Convicts CAN’T vote anymore either. GREAT.
    (Wish I could sleep for the next two years, so I won’t have to endure the next presidential campaign. My former sense of humor just can’t take it anymore.)

    NEWS FLASH. We will WIN the WAR ON TERROR, the same week, we:

    win the war on poverty, cancer, aids, hunger, and drugs. America just can’t continue to spiral down the drain. American’s future is problematic. The end may be soon, quick and not so pretty. Too bad because we used to be a great country.

    June 11th will be the 10th anniversary of the federal execution of Timothy McVeigh:
    an Iraqi war hero with a chest full of metals, but his attitude changed, and he ended up declaring war on the United States of America. Now days, he could be considered a visionary. But probably only the people in Oklahoma City still remember what he did. (He did have a bit of a 2nd amendment obsession.) A better obsession: in contrast, is the First, and Fourth, and the sacred Fifth amendment.

    We FROGS love the Bill of Rights,in general, but the powers now poisening our social well just wish the U. S. Constitution would go away. They violate it so routinely.

    A guy, Joe stack, Austin Texas, also took matters into his own hands. Remember, anyone? None of this ever gets mentioned due to the ongoing well-poisening party; just brilliant coverage by our mainstream media. Infotainment, I love it.

    Government officials seem to be a bit edgy these days because they don’t know when people will finally wise up, Say, I can’t take it anymore!

    http://www.englishverse.com/poems/invictus This poem deserves a read. They were Tim McVeigh’s last words. He was a true hero in the first war he fought. The government didn’t like his second war. Ponder our nation’s current situation as we approach his June 11, anniversary.
    QUOTE:
    Invictus
    OUT of the night that covers me,
    Black as the pit from pole to pole,
    I thank whatever gods may be
    For my unconquerable soul…

  18. http://deathby1000papercuts.com/2011/06/june-2-today-in-weird-history/

    QUOTED FROM Weird History June 2:

    CLOAK and DAGGER
    1936 Gen Anastasio Somoza takes over as dictator of Nicaragua

    1997 Timothy McVeigh, a former U.S. Army soldier, is convicted on 15 counts of murder for his role in the 1995 terrorist bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City. (r-w)

    2000 The government of Zimbabwe has issued the latest list of 800 plus farms, most of them owned by white farmers, earmarked for forcible seizure by the government

    2002 FBI announces expansion of new powers. FBI agents will now be able to monitor people at any public event if they suspect a terrorist plot without seeking approval from FBI headquarters.

    DISASTERS
    1921 Flash floods in Pueblo, CO; more than 100 people dead
    1931 Suspension bridge collapses and ten people were killed in France
    1965 2nd of 2 cyclones in less than a month kills 35,000 (Ganges R India)
    1983 Toilet catches fire on Air Canada’s DC-9, 23 die at Cincinatti

  19. Yoshi

    Recently yoshi posted a comment regarding remote viewers. Now we find General Stubblebine, ret. saying the same thing about 9-11. General Stubblebine was a key player in the military remote viewing program.

    “But here’s an interesting idea. One of the leaders in remote viewing (a heightened awareness about places, objects or periods of time. Not ESP) is Stephan A Schwartz. His basic premise – There’s more than our normal set of senses. Also, through research we’ve now established criteria that can be used to make actual credible predictions.” Yoshi

    Major General Albert N. Stubblebine is a graduate of the U.S. Military Academy (West Point, class of 52) who enjoyed a distinguished 32 year career in the U.S. Army. He retired as the Commanding General of the United States Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM). In his last assignment, retired Major General Albert N. Stubblebine was responsible of all of the army?s strategic intelligence forces around the world. He had responsibilities for the signals intelligence, photo intelligence, counter-intelligence and human intelligence.
    “I do not believe the free press is free anymore […] The press is saying what they have been told to say about this. Now do I have proof about this? No. But I believe that all the stories that were told about 9/11 were false.”
    Major General Albert N. Stubblebine III
    Prior to this assignment he commanded the US Army Electronics Research and Development Command (ERADCOM). During his active duty career he commanded soldiers at every level. One of his experiences in the Army was being in charge of the Army’s imagery interpretation for scientific and technical intelligence during the Cold War. Among his other accomplishments, he participated in a special task force which defined the requirements of the U.S. Army for future conflict.
    He is a long-term out-of-the-box thinker who redesigned the U.S. Army’s Intelligence Architecture while serving as the Commanding General of the U.S. Army?s Intelligence School and Center. This intelligence restructuring earned him his place in the Intelligence Hall of Fame.
    Major General Albert N. Stubblebine doesn’t believe in the official conspiracy theory put forward by the Bush administration and has been a 9/11 Truth defender for many years. In a recent interview, he mentions “you look at the buildings falling, they didn’t fall down because of an airplane hit them, they fell down because explosives went off inside. Demolition. Look at Building 7 for God sakes. What is it they do not want the public to know?”

    After his retirement, Major General Stubblebine served as the VP for Intelligence Systems with BDM, a major defense contractor. He has brought these experiences to leading-edge medical research and development in collaboration with his wife Rima E. Laibow, M.D.

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