Thursday, June 30, 2011 – by Staff Report
The freaky thing about the false flag attack on 9/11 is that a ready-made script to blame the attacks on radical Islamists was prepared and written years ahead of time. The false narrative of who did 9/11 and why they did it was so believable because media portrayals of Muslims as terrorists in films and other media created a very powerful effect on how people in the Western world saw the politics of the Middle East and the people who lived there. It was easy for the spin masters in the Bush administration, other elements of the U.S. government, and the Israeli government to implant a false version of reality into the public consciousness on September 11, 2001 because by that point the propaganda war against Muslims and Arabs had already been won. – The Excavator
Dominant Social Theme: Relax and let Dreamtime sweep over you. These are the best of times, and even when things go wrong we can make them right again.
Free-Market Analysis: This post (excerpted above) at The Excavator was also picked up by the Infowars media group. The Excavator is the project of an apparently young man called Saman Mohammadi, a "Truth Excavator" and the blog contains a number of lengthy articles exposing power elite manipulations.
This article is of interest to us because Mohammadi analyzes the expansion of dominant social theme – "Muslims are terrorists," though he doesn't use our terminology. Most interesting to us, he concludes by explaining that many do not believe the official narrative of 9/11:
Millions of individuals in America and millions more around the world have deleted the fictitious story of 9/11 from their mental software without the aid of the old media (newspapers, television, films, music), which is used as a cultural hardware system by a criminal transnational conspiracy to implant political and social beliefs into the public consciousness.
This is an amazing social and political awakening that may lead to fundamental changes in how the world is structured, how people are governed, and how societies make decisions. What began as a movement to find out the truth of what happened on 9/11 has grown in a short decade into a global consciousness movement that is determined to redefine politics and government forever.
This is a fascinating conclusion. Without using our vocabulary or frame of reference, Mohammadi sees what we see: That there is a larger human consciousness at work in these days that has made it increasingly difficult for the power elite to introduce and propagate their memes.
Our efforts have centered on explaining how and why the Anglosphere elites – a tiny cluster of impossibly wealthy families and their corporatist and religious facilitators – produce dominant social themes. They do it, we believe, to advance the cause of a world government, which will inevitably have as its cynosure the City of London and its affiliates in Israel, Washington DC and Europe.
The memes that the elites cultivate quite deliberately through such vast mind-control institutions as the Tavistock Institute and its affiliates are designed to frighten the Western middle classes into giving up power and wealth to a variety of globalist facilities specially prepared for that purpose. The same process is at work for the developing world.
In the 20th century, this globalist manipulation worked extraordinarily well. As we have tried to document, an entirely false narrative of Western history was created and presented to the larger Western public, one that was even subscribed to by the West's intelligentsia. When the intelligentsia is properly promoted, then the meme itself is almost bound to be successful. It will be propagated endlessly and credibly.
While the one-world conspiracy in its current format probably goes back at least 300 years, the past century was one that saw its penultimate realization. With seemingly total control over the media, the Anglosphere elites were able to create a narrative of stunning force and simplicity.
While there were numerous dominant social themes and sub themes, the most important theme of all was simply that some were better than others and the wisest and wealthiest of all were deserving of command, control and additional prosperity. The idea of a command-and-control economy (directed by a few on behalf of all) was propagated endlessly via the memes of central banking, the United Nations and other excrescences of central power.
In the early 21s century, however, something changed. The Internet came on the scene and began to unravel these promotions much as the Gutenberg Press some 600 years before had unraveled the power structures of its day. (This perception is of course judgmental; there is no quantitative measure that can be applied.)
Both the mechanism and its results seem increasingly evident to us. Mohammadi, without mentioning the mechanism, agrees. For us, there is something mysterious at work here. With some trepidation, we have described what is occurring as the influencing of a kind of hive mind.
It seems to us that human beings are extraordinarily connected via culture and exquisitely sensitive to changes in that culture. Mass communication means that everyone can understand something almost at the same time. And what is not understood almost instantly by all is soon communicated in other, informal venues.
There are obviously technological reasons for what is occurring; but the larger mechanism is instinctual and biological. The Gutenberg Press seems to have almost entirely leveled the elite power-justifications of the day. The unraveling of modern power elite memes in our view is perhaps something of an inevitability given the confluence of technology and biology.
Many in the alternative media, understanding the control exercised by power elites and its overwhelming Money Power are gloomily certain that a one-world order is preordained. Our argument remains that this strange "hive mind" is busily undermining the memes on which the elites rely. Money Power is strong, but the hive mind, perhaps, is stronger.
In fact, both these forces in human affairs (to mix metaphors) have the power of tectonic plates. They are inexorable and cannot be affected, at least in the short term. Just as Money Power has set its course in one direction, so the Internet Reformation has charted its path in another. Mohammadi sees this, too.
If his conclusion is noteworthy, the body of the article is interesting as well. It examines how the meme of "Islam as terror" was propagated. He writes that, "The rogue forces behind the 9/11 attacks, especially the neoconservatives, launched a coordinated and massive propaganda campaign before 9/11 against Arabs and Muslims in academia, media, and politics to make them look irrational, barbaric, and primitive. 9/11 was an act of self-prophecy by the neocons and the criminals in the rogue governments of the United States and Israel."
He then lists five steps summarizing how the "masters of reality implanted the fictitious narrative of the 9/11 events into the global popular consciousness."
First, "Hire intellectuals in academia and enlist think tanks to invent new enemies, hype the threat posed by foreign regimes to America, construct a fantasy-based belief system, and create an ideological paradigm that will serve the perverted interests and goals of the war establishment."
Second, "Hire journalists to pump the press with fabricated stories and lies to hype the dangerous new enemy until there is a blanket of disinformation and hysteria over the entire news media, national conversation, and popular culture. The people must be bathed in government lies to the point that anyone who wishes to dry himself with the towels of truth will be looked at as a paranoid conspiracy theorist."
Third, "Stage a big false flag attack like 9/11. Make it a public ritual and a highly symbolic event that changes the course of history in the direction you want. There is growing awareness of the fact popular beliefs about historical events and political figures are made. The controllers of the press in the United States and the Western world crafted a narrative about 9/11, international terrorism, and the war on terror that has no basis in fact, but which rationalizes dictatorial policies and criminal invasions of sovereign nations."
Fourth, "Get government agents and conspirators behind the 9/11 plot on television news stations immediately after the attacks to blame the enemies who were previously hyped in the press for the deed. Then repeat the official talking points in the press. Don't allow anyone to question the government's fictitious narrative about the event. Shout down critics as conspiracy theorists and unpatriotic nutcases."
Fifth, "Construct a big popular myth about how and why the 9/11 attacks happened and who was responsible. Cast Israel's enemies and the Empire's enemies (independent nations like Saddam's Iraq, Gaddafi's Libya, Iran, and North Korea) as 'evil' and "bad," and the U.S. empire/Israel as 'good.'"
These are good points, and we could come up with a few more. But the bottom line is the most important: 9/11 remains a "myth" as Mohammadi calls it, which makes little sense. Every part of the current story, from the phone calls made on the planes (which the FBI now claims did not occur) to the vast caves out of which Osama bin Laden operated (which have never been found) is questionable when examined with any sincere level of scrutiny.
Mohammadi tracks back the Islam-as-terrorist meme a long ways. He is especially clever about connecting it to big Hollywood blockbusters and TV. When one contemplates this mind-control what increasingly seems feasible is that the creation of Israel (and the subsequent radicalization of the Palestinians) provided fodder for the initial myth. Thus one could speculate (within the ambit of "directed history") that elite planning for a terrorist meme was linked to the introduction of Israel and may go back many decades.
This would not be an unusual speculation for a conspiratorial historian because there is a school of thought that holds important elite themes are planned decades and even centuries in advance. Bringing Israel to life was an arduous process that took well over 100 years. The Rothschilds in particular were involved from inception.
The reason for the length, of course, was that the powers-that-be cannot simply inject a meme into the body politic. it must be presented and positioned logically or interpolating it into the larger faux-historical narrative will prove difficult. This is an important point and one often overlooked by those who wish to analyze events through the lens of directed history.
One can make the argument that it is possible to gauge to some degree the level of stress elites are feeling by how cleverly (gradually) or aggressively memes are marketed. The more abrupt the introduction of a dominant social theme seems to be, the more urgency the power elite may be laboring under.
The 9/11 meme along with the war on terror seem to have been carefully developed. But neither official story is truthful. We have often suggested that there should be a new, impartial investigation. Mohammadi now informs us that this week Iran is hosting an International Conference on the Global Fight against Terrorism to get at the roots of the crisis.
Of course, Iran has its own reasons for delving into the issue, but the conference itself in our view is further evidence that when it comes to dominant social themes, the 21st century is nothing like the 20th. Unlike in the 20th century, the elites are having a great deal of difficulty controlling various kinds of thematic damages. The Internet Reformation is a continual process, not simply an episode that can be quickly counteracted.
Conclusion: We continue to believe, based on unfolding evidence, that our analysis is correct. The powers-that-be were caught off-guard by the Internet and the damage to their one-world promotions has likely already taken place. It is perhaps already too late to close the proverbial barn door.