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Trump exhibits ‘more psychopathic’ traits than Hitler
Posted by: riverhousebill ()
Date: March 16, 2017 07:14PM

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Expert on Nazism explains the shocking similarities between Trump and Hitler’s propaganda tactics
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Nicholas O’Shaughnessy is Professor of Communication at Queen Mary, University of London and currently Visiting Professor at King’s College London. His book Selling Hitler: Propaganda and the Nazi Brand has just been published by Hurst in the UK and distributed by Oxford University Press in the USA.

Much has been made recently of alleged parallels between the authoritarian taint of current political events in the USA and the rise of European fascism in the inter-war period. One Oxford researcher, Dr Kevin Dutton, has even declared that Donald Trump exhibits ‘more psychopathic’ traits than Hitler. Is fascism arising from its mausoleum? Does the polarization in US society, and the recourse to demagoguery in the service of the retrieval of a better past, equate even superficially with the disintegration of the civic state in Europe in the twenties and thirties?

The first thing to say is that this is not all about Donald Trump. He represents merely the apex of a cultural trend and before he appeared there were movements and events that presaged his arrival. If Trump did not exist someone would have invented him. Secondly he is not a fascist even though there are some significant comparisons with the language of fascism—for example his notorious ‘snake’ anecdote (Muslims) parallels the Nazi -era der Sturmer children’s story of the snake (Jews).

However there definitely are similarities in communications method between the US today and the fascist era in Europe, and all draw from the same polemical- evangelical script.

This does not make the American right fascist, or Trump a Nazi. It does however point to the recrudescence of persuasion techniques associated with these things and long thought extinct. Now, today, it is the Obama campaign of 2008 with its idealism, its focus on the future, its co-opted hordes of youth and digital and social media projection that lies in the past. The old has become new for those who don’t remember, with malign consequences.

This candidate and the hold he has on millions of Americans did not emerge from nowhere. Trumpery is not self-created but the consequence of the polemicization of our political discourse arising out of the polarization of our political culture. And the paladins of this culture—Fox News, Sarah Palin, Anne Coulter, the Tea Party—inspire a great army of followers who decant their frustrations into cyberspace. The blogosphere shakes with their rage. In this it does indeed parallel Weimar Gemany. The Third Reich was also a culture war. It was not that a majority of Germans wanted Nazism, but they didn’t want democracy and there was no real political center left in Germany, just communist, socialist and fascist. Trumpery flourished in part because of Obama’s failure to sell a counter narrative and his drily intellectual approach to leadership—and similarly with Hitler’s Weimar predecessor Chancellor Heinrich Bruning, who rejected exhortations to use the media and give Germans a powerful story.

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And in terms of evangelical methods there is an obvious parallel between Hitler’s use of the living theater of politics—the rhetorical assault before a live audience—and Trump’s dramaturgy. For Trump has revived the mass rally, eschewing until late in the day established methods of political marketing such as advertising, direct mail and so forth. He knows that the media will relay his polemical performances, heavy in denunciation, into every home. As did Hitler, who ensured that Germans were able to by a very cheap state produced radio (Volksempfaenger VE 301) that could only be tuned into the regime programs. For both men, the theatre of politics was just as important as the instrumentality. In the view of one respected academic, a Hitler rally in the early 30s was ‘well worth it’ for the entertainment value. Crowds thrill to Trump’s bullying bellicose manner; his playing to the gallery and demonization of opponents, his egocentric fictions; his huge lies which go so far beyond anything seen before in American politics—what he says is largely imaginary. Missing however in the conventional analysis of Trump is the element of self-parody, he is a pantomime villain exhaling bluster, a wizard of Oz. That is part of the show, part of the entertainment.

The key similarity is the emotional strategy and, specifically, the way in which both maestros of rhetoric exploited the primal emotions of Pride, Fear and Anger.

Emotion: Pride Firstly there is the manufacture of a benevolent, proud past which the current order has violated as expressed in the phrase, Make America Great Again. In fact the Nazis called their regime the Third Reich to commemorate its earlier incarnations—the first Reich, ie. Charlemagne and the so-called Holy Roman Empire, and the second Reich—the Germany that was united under Bismarck and terminated in 1918.

The slogan Make America Great Again is both the core rhetorical idea of the Trump campaign and also evokes the loss of the American dream. And, as with the Nazis, there is a truth buried amid the boundless morass of lies. The Versailles treaty was indeed a disgrace, as the Nazis consistently claimed; and it is also objectively the case that the material substance of the American idea is now elusive for many Americans.

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Emotion: Fear Richard Hofstadter entitled his famous Harper’s Magazine essay “The Paranoid Style in American Politics” (November 1964). But paranoia is energized by the notion of an existential threat, and this idea, this nightmare, is what Trump offers the American people—the notion of an American way that is threatened, that may face extinction, subverted from within by treacherous elites and alien cultural saboteurs and from without by foreign states stealing American jobs and markets. Indeed the kind of rhetorical intensity promoted by Trump simply would not be possible if the issues were pedestrian. A crisis has to be created: no man, said Goebbels, is willing to die for the eight-hour day. There has to be a great cause, the cause of national survival itself. For the Nazis of course that crisis was the manufactured existential threat from the “international Jews”—the notion that the German people were facing cultural and perhaps racial extinction. They promulgated this idea so vigorously that in the end they were projecting World War Two itself as primarily a war against the Jews who allegedly controlled the US, British and Soviet governments (in fact the Soviet Politburo had only one Jewish member).

Emotion: Anger And alongside the retrieval of past glory was the rhetorical sabotage of the existing regime—in the Nazi’s case, Weimar, and for right wing Republicans, the Obama presidency. In both cases the status quo was essentially portrayed as illegitimate—the Nazis with their dolchstosslegende, or legend of the stab in the back, the ‘betrayal’ of the 1918 armistice and the Versailles treaty by liberals and social democrats; in Obama’s case the onslaughts of the birthers, the claim that he was actually a Muslim and was educated in a madrassa and so forth.

Above all both of them mobilized a politics of grievance and recognized that grievance does not have to actually exist objectively—it can be talked into people. I have described Hitlerite rhetoric as a protracted, brattish whine. Grievances are imaginary as well as real. Thus “If I’m elected we’re all going to be saying Merry Christmas again” is a typically resonant piece of Trump oratory, but who is actually saying that we should no longer say Merry Christmas? It is a vigorous attack against a straw man.

Then there is the cruelty, deliberate norm violation in fact, unfortunately a feature of the Trump campaign and also a key method of Nazi electioneering as with Goebbels’s attacks on deputy Berlin police chief Bernard “Isidore” Weiss, a fine public servant insulted among other ways by the device of photomontage to make him appear degenerate. And listen to Trump: on Carly Fiorina’s appearance, on Megan Kelly. The climax of this ad hominem vitriol was to insult Khizr and Ghazala Khan, the parents of a dead Muslim soldier; jeer at Senator McCain for being taken prisoner in Vietnam; denigrate Judge Curiel’s Mexican parentage; and to grotesquely mimic the mannerisms of New York Times reporter Serge Kovaleski who has chronic joint disease. Alongside this serial creation of objects of hate is the legitimation of violent solutions to terrorism (torture them) and even to Hillary (Trump’s threatening reference to “the second amendment people”).

The second similarity lies in the manipulative tactics which both employed—the maneuvers, the panaceas, the frauds.

Tactic: Maneuver Another feature of both is their essential politicality. As a political party the Nazis were prepared to compromise and dissemble, for instance supporting the transport workers in the 1932 Berlin strike (losing much middle class support in the process) and refusing to join the Watch on the Rhine–the only party that did. (The “Watch on the Rhine’ was the attempted undermining of the post- WW1 occupation of the Rhineland/ Ruhr by allied troops, who were there for a total of fifteen years. It was opposed via passive resistance by Germans and their governments, with active sabotage by right wing German militias. This is why the Nazi refusal to join it is perplexing: indeed its principal martyr, Shalagater, was not a Nazi.) In the early days they tried to be all things to all men and have even been called a “catch-all party,” even issuing instructions that the swastika was not to be shown very much in highly middle class areas. The Nazis were, in fact, supremely cynical political salesmen on the march to power: “we don’t want high bread prices, we don’t want low bread prices, we don’t want bread prices to stay the same, we want National Socialist bread prices.” As for the anti-Semitism, that was not stressed in areas with no anti-Semitic tradition and in those cases other groups would be targeted (for example, Poles and Danes).

Trump similarly is definitely a politician and quite prepared to dump ideological baggage when it suits his political convenience, as when he modified his stance on the repatriation of migrants in late August 2016 as he pursued the more moderate Republican vote. He has been prepared to ditch policies that were getting in the way. Moreover although his support coalition includes Theocons—evangelical Christians—he is nothing if not bohemian, silent on the sexual revolution, or tentative, in everything from abortion to gay marriage to transgender rights.

Tactic: Panacea The offer is of a fix—in Hitler’s case, primarily to retrieve German pride and get revenge on those who had destroyed it, and conquer unemployment. The offer is of bold, simple solutions: Trump says build a wall, repatriate eleven million illegals, have a moratorium on Muslim immigration. And these resonate with many people. The offer, therefore, is a panacea. But it is framed by a nuance-free perspective that is coherent and easily comprehended: 37 percent of probable voters across the political spectrum support the moratorium.

Tactic: Fabrication And then there is the fabrication and the fiction. In a sense, lying to all of them was just a deeper form of truth. Trump merely invents: “Mexico must pay for the wall” or “the concept of global warming was created by and for the Chinese in order to make us manufacturing non-competitive” are a co-creation of speaker and audience. Trump’s evangelical methodology, like that of the Nazis, does not make the mistake of asking for belief. Like them Trump is inviting his listeners to share a fantasy. They are neither stupid, credulous nor vulnerable—rather what we see is a joint production. And these fictions really become frauds, since the worldview offered is ludicrously bleak and falsifies reality—5 percent unemployment is not an economic disaster yet Republican rhetoric persists in portraying it as such.

But Donald is not Adolf

In fact there are many parallels between Trump and Hitler, which would explain their shared talent for outraging public opinion while simultaneously manipulating it. Thus Trump’s demagoguery is legitimated by a colossal fame in the USA that long predates his candidacy. His popular media profile via The Apprentice is huge and it is easy for the bien pensant class to forget this or underplay the critical role of familiarity. Like Hitler (who did not found the NSDAP but joined it and rapidly became its propaganda director) he had a long exposure to media and therefore training in it. And like Hitler he had never held political office before running for the highest one.

And both men, curiously, also theorized extensively about persuasion and its psychology—Hitler for the whole of chapter five in Mein Kampf, and Trump in the Art of the Deal: “The final key to the way I promote is bravado. I play to people’s fantasies. People may not always think big themselves, but they can still get very excited by those who do. That’s why a little hyperbole never hurts. People want to believe that something is the biggest and the greatest and the most spectacular.” And then again “I call it truthful hyperbole. It’s an innocent form of exaggeration—and a very effective form of promotion.”

But Trump is not Hitler. Rather, he stands in a specifically American tradition of populism. In fact the historical roots are deep. The further origins of the populist right and Trumpery lie way back in American history and he represents merely the continuity, with modern accents, of these ancient conflicts. There are many ancestors—Father Charles Coughlin in the thirties, Governor Huey Long’s Every Man a King campaign, George Wallace and others stretching back to the Know-Nothings of the mid-nineteenth century. Then there is Senator McCarthy with whom Trump directly connects via his New York lawyer (the late) Roy Cohn, who was McCarthy’s assistant in the Army-McCarthy hearings and can be seen at his side in the old newsreels.

Nothing Trump does or says remotely justifies a serious comparison with the author of the Third Reich. The Nazi plans were always monstrous, and epic in scale—lebensraum in the East, necessitating the conquest of Russia, and secondly a judenrein Europe—originally conceived as deporting Jews to Madagascar and, when war frustrated this option, genocide. Violence underpinned everything the Nazis did and the propaganda state was merely the partner of the coercive state.

And even the comparison with Mussolini, though appealing, is inappropriate. Trump does not propose to imprison his political opponents or invade Ethiopia. There is no commonality of aims or ideology or ethics with the fascism that seemed at one point to usher in a new dark age made, in Winston Churchill’s words, “more sinister, and perhaps more protracted, by the lights perverted science.” The radicalization of Nazi rhetoric in the late nineteen-thirties becomes truly murderous—Look, there is the world’s enemy, the destroyer of civilizations, the parasite among the peoples, the son of Chaos, the incarnation of evil, the ferment of decomposition, the demon who brings about the degeneration of mankind (Dr. Josef Goebbels, Nuremberg, 1937). Ultimately this is not Donald Trump and should not be represented as such. It is an invocation to genocide and it is, quite literally, diabolical.

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Re: Trump exhibits ‘more psychopathic’ traits than Hitler
Posted by: Anon 102 ()
Date: March 18, 2017 01:25PM

I hope Trump stays there for 8 years.

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Re: Trump exhibits ‘more psychopathic’ traits than Hitler
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Date: March 20, 2017 01:18AM

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Anon 102
I hope Trump stays there for 8 years.

Anon Í thínk your reason for 8 more years might be the big mac atraction,
or do you like the fact that trump wants to dismantle the 9th circut court because he didnt like their ruling/ or the mocking of a disabled reporter, or the five differnt claims so far about the wire tap

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Re: Trump exhibits ‘more psychopathic’ traits than Hitler
Posted by: Prana ()
Date: March 21, 2017 06:33PM

Secret Presidential Memorandum issued to Declassify Anti-aging & Free Energy Technologies

According to secret space program whistleblower, Corey Goode, President Donald Trump issued a highly classified Memorandum soon after his January 20th inauguration ordering the release of group of classified patents concerning anti-aging and health, along with free energy technologies. The Top Secret Memorandum was sent to the Department of Defense and the Intelligence Community, and due to its classification status it will not be accessible to major media for reporting.

... Goode was told about Trump issuing a Presidential Memorandum to declassify over 1000 patents from a pool of over 5000. Most of the 1000 patents deal with anti-aging and health technologies, yet some deal with material science and biochemistry and a few involve free energy inventions.


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Re: Trump exhibits ‘more psychopathic’ traits than Hitler
Posted by: riverhousebill ()
Date: March 23, 2017 10:03AM

The “Secret” Space Program Hoax
Prana Ive seen nothing on this subject that offers support of claim, can you show any fact on this subject out side of Coreys claims?

Blue avian nonsenseIt’s just one more of those wingnut fantasy conspiracies that popped up on my Facebook feed recently. It’s not a new one: the old aliens-among-us nonsense just gets recycled and re-spewed by a whole new group of ignorati who follow the scam artists, hoaxers and charlatans who in turn make their living off this stuff.

This latest group is, apparently, led by two top wingnuts. If there was an army for wingnuts, they’d be five-star generals. One is Corey Goode, described as having…

…an extensive knowledge of the Off World Colony & Exchange Program, Secret Earth Governments, MILAB & Black Ops Programs, Corey Goode is here to expose the details from his 20 years of experience as an Operations Support Specialist in Special Access Programs.

Love that gibberish and the claims people make. But wait, it gets better. Goode is described on a site he co-authors as:

Identified as an intuitive empath (IE) with precognitive abilities, Corey Goode was recruited through one of the MILAB programs at the young age of six. Goode trained and served in the MILAB program from 1976-1986/87. Towards the end of his time as a MILAB he was assigned to an IE support role for a rotating Earth Delegate Seat (shared by secret earth government groups) in a “human-type” ET Super Federation Council.
MILAB is a term coined for the military abduction of a person that indoctrinates and trains them for any number of military black ops programs.

ROTFLOL. All that malarky packed into such a small space. But as silly as it seems to the literati, it nonetheless preys on the gullible (you know, the folks who are following Donald Trump right now…). But the gullible are, it seems eager for it. Like little birds cheeping for food, they demand more of this nonsense.

Here’s a few lines from an unrelated site, “dedicated to the teaching of knowledge that was hidden from the human race all through history” (nyuck, nyuck…) that is typical of this sort of mental constipation:

No man has ever ascended higher than 300 miles, if that high, above the Earth’s surface. No man has ever orbited, landed on, or walked upon the moon in any publicly known space program. If man has ever truly been to the moon it has been done in secret and with a far different technology.

The fake-Moon-landings crowd is still out there, frothing like this beside the truthers of 9/11, the Kennedy assassination, the Sandy Hook massacre and the Obama birthers.

Goode and Wilcox make their living from gullible idiots like this. Thanks to the internet, they and their compatriots in scam have a wide-reaching platform for their idiocy which, like ants to honey, attracts the hard-of-thinking.


Goode has a Facebook page for the “Sphere Being Alliance,” which is about as nutty as you can get and still be allowed out on day trips among the general population. It is self-described as…

…a group of 6th – 9th Density Beings. The “Blue Avians”, “Orb Beings, “Gold Triangle Beings” & Two Other Allies Yet Introduced.

Straight out of the fantasy and scifi pulp magazines of the 1920s and 30s, albeit with worse writers. One of the wacky notions this group has is the “hollow earth” – the same fictional fantasy written about more than a century ago by authors like Jules Verne and Edgar Rice Burroughs. Goode himself says of this looniness,

…instead of a hollow earth, we would call it more of a honeycomb earth. A large network of porous caverns that range larger than the size of Texas. Huge, huge caverns that run all the way, you know, to about 40 miles below the surface, the crust, where it goes down to the mantle.

Scientists and engineers drilling the deepest humans have ever penetrated into the earth’s crust encountered temperatures that would kill living creatures. At 12 km (7.5 miles), it was 180C. At 15 km, the estimate was for 300C. At 40 miles – the depth of Goode’s caverns full of beings – it would be 870C.

Goode fails to explain how creatures can live in temperatures that would melt copper,, zinc, bronze and even brass, a little deeper. Boiling blood? Not a problem!

Goode says he saw the interior of the earth through “smart glass pads” and “alien” technology which he says,

…are similar to tablet devices and connect to both ET and SSP databases that were full of information.

I know, I know. Get up off the floor. You can’t read the rest while you’re laughing so hard. He was probably looking at his iPad while stoned…

The second wingnut in this duo is David Wilcox (no relation to the Canadian rock and roll guitarist…), described as…

…a professional lecturer, researcher, and author David Wilcock is helping to expose the real history of humankind’s space explorations. He hosts Wisdom Teachings & Disclosure on Gaia and is an expert on consciousness science and new paradigms of matter and energy.

If those descriptions didn’t give this away as a bunch of flaky pseudoscience codswallop, then you’re drinking the kool-aid. “Wisdom” teachings? An “expert” on “consciousness science”? “New “paradigms of matter and energy”? Newspeak at its finest.

On one wackjob site, I found a piece about thee two titled, “Videos of Sleeping Giants In Stasis Chambers Ready To Awaken Whistleblower Claims.” Well, aside from not identifying who the “whistleblower” is, the piece describes this nuttiness like this:

According to Goode, there are several dozen sites on Earth containing so called “Stasis Beings”, who are apparently in a time dilation chamber able to slow down time relative to the outside world… According to Wilcock, some of these beings were either from ancient Atlantean era races or even ET’s who came to Earth to participate in the Solar and Planetary evolution taking place. This energetic upliftment is so powerful that it apparently draws the attention of many different ET races for various purposes.

And you thought homeopathy was the pinnacle of bunkum! This leaves it behind in the metaphorical dust. One of the many wingnutty sites that orbit this duo describes an interview with Wilcox and tosses in a bon mot about his co-conspiracy nutcase:

David Wilcock discusses new information revealing a blockade of our solar system by the space aliens group the “Blue Avian” who are associated with the Blue Sphere Alliance and how they began to arrive into our solar system since 1999. According to contactee Corey Goode, there are over 100 Blue Spheres helping our planet to push for complete disclosure and the release of suppressed technology. The Sphere Alliance is cooperating with an alliance of secret space programs indigenous to Earth.

Seems the Blue Avians are after our women. This site claims, “…Katy Perry has been in contact with the Blue Avians, as has Lady Gaga…” It also claims, “ake all the letters in “Bill Gates III” and convert each letter to the corresponding ASCII code (with the exception of the “III” which are all ones, Roman numerals). Then ADD them all up… you will get 666.” Ah, the old “666” conspiracy. So many conspiracies, and the lunatics feel they must promote them all…

Wilcox has an impressive resume chock full of utter uselessness and pathetic nonsense and reads like someone cobbled it together on acid after reading HP Lovecraft and RE Howard stories. Here’s a part of it:

David’s “graduate studies” with Higher Intelligence had already begun at age 20, by fully reading and absorbing an average of three metaphysical books per week; he integrated over 300 metaphysical titles between 1993 and 1995. David’s Internet research began in 1996, and soon replaced books as the predominant medium of study. Though Internet writing is often lower in quality than published books, it also contains much that cannot be found in libraries and bookstores, and the search functions are irreplaceable. We now have nine feet worth of books from printed website articles, which David organized with a binding machine…
Wilcock’s preliminary, direct contact with Higher Intelligence was through a quick burst of automatic writing, which occurred at age 22, in November of 1995. A very small number of characters gave a Bible citation that was highly synchronistic and meaningful to David at that time, even though he had never studied the Bible. Three years of daily dreamwork and intense metaphysical research helped “tune” his mind to receive this one brief message. However, there was still another year of work to be done before it could come through sustainably, in verbal form. During this year only dreams came through – no further messages or sentences.

I don’t get how anyone with any commonsense would swallow this codswallop, even a grain of it. Even a modicum of education would betray it as fantasy, and not even good, coherent fantasy at that. It reads more like puerile fan fiction based on someone’s better novels; the sort of adolescent stuff that young teens pump out.

I keep hoping, futilely it seems, that the perpetrators are going to suddenly shout, “We’re joking! It’s all been an elaborate hoax and we were just pulling your leg!” And then everyone will get on with their business. But, sadly, it seems unlikely.

People fall for all sorts of nonsense: in religion (think radicalized, fundamentalist and Westboro Baptists), politics (the Tea Party and Donald Trump), in pop culture (Justin Beiber and the Spice Girls), health (think anti-vaccination idiots) and even reporting (think Fox “News”). People seem to fall easily for lies, rumours, gossip and advertising.

The internet isn’t to blame and more than print, radio or TV before it: it’s merely the vehicle to spread this stuff. Unscrupulous people have always used communication tools for their advantage. But the internet is faster and more insidious in spreading it than any technology before because it’s democratic: anyone can post online, can create a website, can make statements. There is no burden of proof, no fact checking outside our own experience.

It seems to be harder and harder to get people to think, to use their critical facilities and to analyse content instead of swallowing it whole. Some people would rather believe the patently absurd, even when it defies all logic and common sense, instead of the more mundane truth. And it seems increasingly difficult to convince people that those behind this codswallop are just con artists out to scam money from the gullible. Same same with Trump!



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Re: Trump exhibits ‘more psychopathic’ traits than Hitler
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Date: March 23, 2017 02:59PM

riverhousebill, could you somehow make a distinction between what are your own words and thoughts and what you are quoting from someplace or someone else. Like provide a link to where you got the text or information or else maybe something like putting a row of asterisks between your comments and someone else's comments or article that you copy and pasted. Or putting the other content in quotes. I just added asterisks and quotes below to your post (although I couldn't figure out if the last paragraph was your original words or not) so you can see what I mean --

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The “Secret” Space Program Hoax
Prana Ive seen nothing on this subject that offers support of claim, can you show any fact on this subject out side of Coreys claims?

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"Blue avian nonsenseIt’s just one more of those wingnut fantasy conspiracies that popped up on my Facebook feed recently. It’s not a new one: the old aliens-among-us nonsense just gets recycled and re-spewed by a whole new group of ignorati who follow the scam artists, hoaxers and charlatans who in turn make their living off this stuff.

This latest group is, apparently, led by two top wingnuts. If there was an army for wingnuts, they’d be five-star generals. One is Corey Goode, described as having…

…an extensive knowledge of the Off World Colony & Exchange Program, Secret Earth Governments, MILAB & Black Ops Programs, Corey Goode is here to expose the details from his 20 years of experience as an Operations Support Specialist in Special Access Programs.

Love that gibberish and the claims people make. But wait, it gets better. Goode is described on a site he co-authors as:

Identified as an intuitive empath (IE) with precognitive abilities, Corey Goode was recruited through one of the MILAB programs at the young age of six. Goode trained and served in the MILAB program from 1976-1986/87. Towards the end of his time as a MILAB he was assigned to an IE support role for a rotating Earth Delegate Seat (shared by secret earth government groups) in a “human-type” ET Super Federation Council.
MILAB is a term coined for the military abduction of a person that indoctrinates and trains them for any number of military black ops programs.

ROTFLOL. All that malarky packed into such a small space. But as silly as it seems to the literati, it nonetheless preys on the gullible (you know, the folks who are following Donald Trump right now…). But the gullible are, it seems eager for it. Like little birds cheeping for food, they demand more of this nonsense.

Here’s a few lines from an unrelated site, “dedicated to the teaching of knowledge that was hidden from the human race all through history” (nyuck, nyuck…) that is typical of this sort of mental constipation:

No man has ever ascended higher than 300 miles, if that high, above the Earth’s surface. No man has ever orbited, landed on, or walked upon the moon in any publicly known space program. If man has ever truly been to the moon it has been done in secret and with a far different technology.

The fake-Moon-landings crowd is still out there, frothing like this beside the truthers of 9/11, the Kennedy assassination, the Sandy Hook massacre and the Obama birthers.

Goode and Wilcox make their living from gullible idiots like this. Thanks to the internet, they and their compatriots in scam have a wide-reaching platform for their idiocy which, like ants to honey, attracts the hard-of-thinking.


Goode has a Facebook page for the “Sphere Being Alliance,” which is about as nutty as you can get and still be allowed out on day trips among the general population. It is self-described as…

…a group of 6th – 9th Density Beings. The “Blue Avians”, “Orb Beings, “Gold Triangle Beings” & Two Other Allies Yet Introduced.

Straight out of the fantasy and scifi pulp magazines of the 1920s and 30s, albeit with worse writers. One of the wacky notions this group has is the “hollow earth” – the same fictional fantasy written about more than a century ago by authors like Jules Verne and Edgar Rice Burroughs. Goode himself says of this looniness,

…instead of a hollow earth, we would call it more of a honeycomb earth. A large network of porous caverns that range larger than the size of Texas. Huge, huge caverns that run all the way, you know, to about 40 miles below the surface, the crust, where it goes down to the mantle.

Scientists and engineers drilling the deepest humans have ever penetrated into the earth’s crust encountered temperatures that would kill living creatures. At 12 km (7.5 miles), it was 180C. At 15 km, the estimate was for 300C. At 40 miles – the depth of Goode’s caverns full of beings – it would be 870C.

Goode fails to explain how creatures can live in temperatures that would melt copper,, zinc, bronze and even brass, a little deeper. Boiling blood? Not a problem!

Goode says he saw the interior of the earth through “smart glass pads” and “alien” technology which he says,

…are similar to tablet devices and connect to both ET and SSP databases that were full of information.

I know, I know. Get up off the floor. You can’t read the rest while you’re laughing so hard. He was probably looking at his iPad while stoned…

The second wingnut in this duo is David Wilcox (no relation to the Canadian rock and roll guitarist…), described as…

…a professional lecturer, researcher, and author David Wilcock is helping to expose the real history of humankind’s space explorations. He hosts Wisdom Teachings & Disclosure on Gaia and is an expert on consciousness science and new paradigms of matter and energy.

If those descriptions didn’t give this away as a bunch of flaky pseudoscience codswallop, then you’re drinking the kool-aid. “Wisdom” teachings? An “expert” on “consciousness science”? “New “paradigms of matter and energy”? Newspeak at its finest.

On one wackjob site, I found a piece about thee two titled, “Videos of Sleeping Giants In Stasis Chambers Ready To Awaken Whistleblower Claims.” Well, aside from not identifying who the “whistleblower” is, the piece describes this nuttiness like this:

According to Goode, there are several dozen sites on Earth containing so called “Stasis Beings”, who are apparently in a time dilation chamber able to slow down time relative to the outside world… According to Wilcock, some of these beings were either from ancient Atlantean era races or even ET’s who came to Earth to participate in the Solar and Planetary evolution taking place. This energetic upliftment is so powerful that it apparently draws the attention of many different ET races for various purposes.

And you thought homeopathy was the pinnacle of bunkum! This leaves it behind in the metaphorical dust. One of the many wingnutty sites that orbit this duo describes an interview with Wilcox and tosses in a bon mot about his co-conspiracy nutcase:

David Wilcock discusses new information revealing a blockade of our solar system by the space aliens group the “Blue Avian” who are associated with the Blue Sphere Alliance and how they began to arrive into our solar system since 1999. According to contactee Corey Goode, there are over 100 Blue Spheres helping our planet to push for complete disclosure and the release of suppressed technology. The Sphere Alliance is cooperating with an alliance of secret space programs indigenous to Earth.

Seems the Blue Avians are after our women. This site claims, “…Katy Perry has been in contact with the Blue Avians, as has Lady Gaga…” It also claims, “ake all the letters in “Bill Gates III” and convert each letter to the corresponding ASCII code (with the exception of the “III” which are all ones, Roman numerals). Then ADD them all up… you will get 666.” Ah, the old “666” conspiracy. So many conspiracies, and the lunatics feel they must promote them all…

Wilcox has an impressive resume chock full of utter uselessness and pathetic nonsense and reads like someone cobbled it together on acid after reading HP Lovecraft and RE Howard stories. Here’s a part of it:

David’s “graduate studies” with Higher Intelligence had already begun at age 20, by fully reading and absorbing an average of three metaphysical books per week; he integrated over 300 metaphysical titles between 1993 and 1995. David’s Internet research began in 1996, and soon replaced books as the predominant medium of study. Though Internet writing is often lower in quality than published books, it also contains much that cannot be found in libraries and bookstores, and the search functions are irreplaceable. We now have nine feet worth of books from printed website articles, which David organized with a binding machine…
Wilcock’s preliminary, direct contact with Higher Intelligence was through a quick burst of automatic writing, which occurred at age 22, in November of 1995. A very small number of characters gave a Bible citation that was highly synchronistic and meaningful to David at that time, even though he had never studied the Bible. Three years of daily dreamwork and intense metaphysical research helped “tune” his mind to receive this one brief message. However, there was still another year of work to be done before it could come through sustainably, in verbal form. During this year only dreams came through – no further messages or sentences.

I don’t get how anyone with any commonsense would swallow this codswallop, even a grain of it. Even a modicum of education would betray it as fantasy, and not even good, coherent fantasy at that. It reads more like puerile fan fiction based on someone’s better novels; the sort of adolescent stuff that young teens pump out.

I keep hoping, futilely it seems, that the perpetrators are going to suddenly shout, “We’re joking! It’s all been an elaborate hoax and we were just pulling your leg!” And then everyone will get on with their business. But, sadly, it seems unlikely.

People fall for all sorts of nonsense: in religion (think radicalized, fundamentalist and Westboro Baptists), politics (the Tea Party and Donald Trump), in pop culture (Justin Beiber and the Spice Girls), health (think anti-vaccination idiots) and even reporting (think Fox “News”). People seem to fall easily for lies, rumours, gossip and advertising.

The internet isn’t to blame and more than print, radio or TV before it: it’s merely the vehicle to spread this stuff. Unscrupulous people have always used communication tools for their advantage. But the internet is faster and more insidious in spreading it than any technology before because it’s democratic: anyone can post online, can create a website, can make statements. There is no burden of proof, no fact checking outside our own experience.

It seems to be harder and harder to get people to think, to use their critical facilities and to analyse content instead of swallowing it whole. Some people would rather believe the patently absurd, even when it defies all logic and common sense, instead of the more mundane truth. And it seems increasingly difficult to convince people that those behind this codswallop are just con artists out to scam money from the gullible. Same same with Trump!"

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Posted by: riverhousebill ()
Date: March 23, 2017 08:03PM

Heres the link I cut and pasted Jennifer.-The "Secret" Space Program Hoax | Scripturient - Ian Chadwick
ianchadwick.com/blog/the-secret-space-program-hoax/
Jan 10, 2016 - The “Secret” Space Program Hoax. Blue avian nonsense It's just one more of those wingnut fantasy conspiracies that popped up.
I will make more effort to show my comments and someone else's comments or article that I copy and paste. now back to the subject matter.
I have no new info, I can only tell you what ive read and heard from others!
Do you think this Secret space program info to be real?



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Posted by: riverhousebill ()
Date: March 24, 2017 08:05AM

Trump has already signed 38 executive actions, but nothing on Declassify Anti-aging & Free Energy Technologies.
Prana do you think , Corey Goode has told another lie here?
Maybe only Goode knows about this?

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Date: March 24, 2017 11:43AM

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riverhousebill

Heres the link I cut and pasted Jennifer.-The "Secret" Space Program Hoax | Scripturient - Ian Chadwick
ianchadwick.com/blog/the-secret-space-program-hoax/
Jan 10, 2016 - The “Secret” Space Program Hoax. Blue avian nonsense It's just one more of those wingnut fantasy conspiracies that popped up.
I will make more effort to show my comments and someone else's comments or article that I copy and paste. now back to the subject matter.
I have no new info, I can only tell you what ive read and heard from others!
Do you think this Secret space program info to be real?


Thanks for the link. I see on Ian Chadwick's website that he doesn't believe in chemtrails, and I definitely do, so his opinion doesn't sway me. The website with the article Bryan posted looked sort of unprofessional and basic, whatever that means.

I don't believe or disbelieve it right now, but I'd like to see the anti-aging patents if they involve natural means.

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Posted by: riverhousebill ()
Date: March 24, 2017 08:39PM

Jennifer, On the chem trail subject- How could could the pilots not be efected?
And the humans on the ground that might have ordered this type of chemical warfare waged on us? I think it would be a lot cheaper just to keep killing people thru diet like thru Mcdonalds foods food additives A house that belches formelahide, or just put something in the 300 million barrels of fuel burned everyday on this earth or just the fuel alone we know is killing very well.
Im a veteran, A life member of Alliance Of Atomic Veterans,I think or group knows better than most in US about chemical and radition of people and who is fodder. We had many members talk of the many secret programs waged on humans by insane govt. I dont think it beyound the govt to do such dirty chemical warfare, just have to look back. The largest chemical attack in world history was done here in Vietnam( Operation Ranch Hand!)
I have cooffe everymorning with expats ex pilots who flew Agent Orange here in Vietnam with the skin rotting off thier bodys from that chapter of history. If chemicals are being dumped on our fellow americans and other dont you think that a veteran who flew these chems might have spilled the beans by now? I was a good friend of Captain Michael John Heck who flew B52 doing terrorist bombings of North Vietnam. Mike was the first B52 pilot to tell Uncle Sam to go to hell and refused to fly any more sortes.The govt freaked and called Mike a coward, problem for govt on that claim was Mike had already flown 175 bombing sortes, so that charge didnt fly! Point is we have humans in our military who somtimes think about actions. they would refuse killings and expose facts related to govt programs. You would be shocked Im sure if you knew what went on at TEST SITE MERCURY. If this chemical warfare by chem trails was real, You would have heard about it thru a vet who flew the sortes I feel certain on that knowing my fellow vets.
Air freight is very expensive, Any idea how much an hour to keep those birds in the air? And it seems most of the evil waged on humans is done for profit.
Now Operation Ranch Hand, Agent Orange 3 milloin acres most thought was a defoilant to strip jungle of hiding places, Little known it was also in the blue print to make foods toxic, And is killing today here in Vietnam just like it was 40 plus years ago, So we have on going genicides yes and a govt that would eat their own, Proof is in. But I dont think it is being applied thru aireil spray.
On the other hand every nuke power plant leaks, every nuclear test of weapons vented into our air, every human on this planet has unnature raditon in bone mass thyroid and fatty tissues. How many cores have vaporized into our one air, To many! How many above ground nuclear test done in the one air? How many vented? We know exactly the kilotons!
I dont think their is a conpsircy to Kull at this time being done with knowlege, I think we are killing ourselfs just thru plain ignorance. I said before its not jewish banking, Ilumminate, or Gray aliens, its much worse, The World Is Rudderless.



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