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The Propaganda Report

Jan 19, 2017

Thursday, January 19th, 2017 - Irrational fear of nationalism has made World Government part of the Progressive agenda, Analyzing the elite's long-range, big picture propaganda approach, The ridiculous story of illusive, former British spy, Remington....I mean, Christopher Steele, Trump double dog dares the EU, we analyze a Wall Street Journal Story that demonstrates the degrading integrity of one of the nation's most respected news sources, and we show how the British, who manipulated America into WWI & WWII, might be pulling the wool over our eyes yet again, as they manipulate us into WWIII with their subtle, yet effective propaganda approach. We've got a jam packed show for you today!

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Show Notes

The Story on the Chatham House Program to propagandize Russia from June 2015

Summary of Chatham House Report Titled: The Russian Challenge. This was written in part by Sir Andrew Wood, the former British diplomat who leaked information to John McCain about the possibility of there being blackmail evidence on Trump.

The first line of the summary reads, 

"The West has yet to absorb the full implications of Russia’s descent into authoritarian nationalism." Again, this was published by the British in June of 2015, in a document about the need to target Russia with a strategic communication plan (code for propaganda) in order to combat messages that the British, the U.S., and NATO does not a document essentially calling for the needs to conduct information warfare against Russia. 

The document then goes on to say....

"The West has neither the wish nor the means to promote, or for that matter to prevent, regime change in Russia. But Western countries need to consider the possible consequences of a chaotic end to the Putin system." This is a pretty backwards, yet blatantly clear way to say that they want to remove Putin and install someone who is friendly to the agenda of the globalist. 

Here is one of the stated objectives listed in the summary of the document. 

"To prepare for the complications and opportunities that will inevitably be presented by an eventual change of leadership in Russia."

Sounds to me like they're assuming the existing Russian government is going to collapse. What do they assume the cause might be? You be the judge. 

Here is another one of their stated objectives. 

"Not to isolate the Russian people. It is not in the Western interest to help Putin cut them off from the outside world."

This sounds like intent to assimilate the public into a world government system. It's like invading a country that you plan on becoming the ruler of. To more easily win the people, whose homes and way of life you're about to plunder and destroy, to the values you intend to force upon them after the invasion and take over, go easy on them during the destruction. The more resentment created within the public that is attacked, the more they will resist the rule of their new kings. 

This is the full Chatham House Document Titled: The Russian Challenge

The White House BRAIN initiave.

***Monica's Word of the Week***
This isn't even my word--it appeared in an article in the WSJ this week and I had to look it up--sometimes I think sounding extra smart is a way these guys use to deliver propaganda to those who consider themselves intellectuals...
sybaritic: pertaining to or characteristic of a sybarite; characterized by or loving luxury or sensuous pleasure

Globalism is good, nationalism is a Russian plot

Omar Mateen's Wife really should have gotten her Knowledge Report in on time

Trump Dares the EU to Double Down

Davos 2017: Aristocrats Face the Pitchforks
The disconnect between the Davos community—among the principal beneficiaries of globalization— and the rest of the world is striking

The World Economic Forum, under whose auspices the Davos crowd meets, does its best to play down the elite nature of this week’s gathering, frowning on some of the more ostentatious sybaritic displays and encouraging earnest dialogue about the responsibilities rather than the privileges of being among life’s winners.

The Crisis of Democracy, by Zbigniew Brzezinski

‘Kompromat’ and the Danger of Doubt and Confusion in a Democracy (Kompromat is the K word I couldn't remember on the air)

Trump Dossier Spotlights Russian History of ‘Kompromat’
Diplomats, politicians and bureaucrats have been embarrassed by leaks of compromising material

Cambridge Analytica (Surprise, surprise! It's a British company!)

Trump supporter Robert Mercer heavily funds Cambridge Analytica:
Meet the Mercers: A Quiet Tycoon and His Daughter Become Power Brokers in Trump’s Washington
Armed with data on an alienated electorate, a hedge-fund magnate and his family shun the GOP establishment to support the winning campaign; advising on cabinet selections

Ted Cruz using firm that harvested data on millions of unwitting Facebook users
Exclusive: Documents reveal donor-funded US startup embedded in Republican’s campaign paid UK university academics to collect psychological profiles on potential voters

Cruz campaign paid $750,000 to ‘psychographic profiling’ company

Trump Campaign Turns to ‘Psychographic’ Data Firm Used by Cruz

Neurotic? Extroverted? Disagreeable? Political campaigns have an ad for you.

Scientology Exposé by Leah Remini



Strange Angel: The Otherworldly Life of Rocket Scientist John Whiteside Parsons, by George Pendle

Sex and Rockets: The Occult World of Jack Parsons, by John Carter

US Government Spending

Going Galt, or Pulling a Ron Paul

Philosophy of Metrics article: The Mystery of Truth – Information Power and Its Controlled Distribution

Trump Meets With Judge Nap to Talk Supreme Court

Books Discussed

The Jefferson Bible

Getting Us Into War

Edward Bernays, Public Relations

Art of The Deal

Rules for Radicals