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Subtle techniques of mind control
This morning, I received an email from someone trying to do damage control on Alfred Webre’s behalf. Since the points brought up in the email have interesting counterpoints, I thought I might share them with you. For privacy purposes, I’ll paraphrase what the writer said…
> “Alfred’s theories on time travel are based on evidence provided by whistleblowers like Cramer and Basiago.”
I’ve noticed that there are lots of “whistleblowers” running around on the interview and conference circuits. Many of them claim to be offering “beyond top secret” information and openly brag that they’re violating secrecy oaths and contracts to tell us their stories, yet they never go to jail and have no problem boarding planes to attend the various paid conferences (so they’re not even on the No-Fly List). Don’t you find that interesting?
If you want to build a false paradigm in people’s minds, here’s how you do it:
1) You have paid disinformation agents pose as whistleblowers and tell the public tall tales.
2) You have other disinformation agents promote the whistleblowers with interviews and conferences.
3) You have yet other disinformation agents put together all of the “whisleblower testimonies” into books and videos that outline and support the false paradigm.
Do you think any of these three steps is beyond the capacity of the globalist intelligence services? Alfred’s job at SRI was to dream up crap like alternate timelines for Chrissake.
> “Alfred has said many times that he’s suspicious of the BRICS.”
Of that I have no doubt. Have you ever noticed how the information of some alternative media sources is “all over the place”? They offer information that is contradictory and seems to point in every direction, and this creates great confusion in the minds of their followers. In my experience, there are two kinds of people who do this: people who are very confused in their own thinking, and people who are running mind control on their followers. Let me tell you about the latter type…
If you wanted to move people in a certain direction, how would you do it? There are actually many ways, but this is one:
1) You point them in every direction so they become confused and can’t tell which way is north anymore.
2) As you do so, you point them in the direction you want them to go more often than you point them in the other directions.
3) The net result is that people move in the direction you want in a zombie-like state. They are so overwhelmed by conflicting messages that they stop trying to think for themselves and just go with the flow (right into the NWO).
> “Alfred has pointed to one of your articles before on his Facebook page.”
I’ve observed a number of known disinformation sources pointing to my articles before (usually because their followers doggedly pursued them about it), and they typically do one of two things:
1) They feign interest or agreement, but then offer their own subtle commentary to try to tie in what I’m saying to what they’ve been saying, thus moving their followers back onto the narrative they’re selling. Some trolls on the comment boards also use this technique; I call them “sidle-up shills.”
2) They feign interest or agreement, but then go right back to selling their narrative as though nothing had happened.
All this being said, this entry on Albert is not the product of my coming across one bad interview of his. I’ve observed him actively promoting lots of bad information over time, and when I came across the title of this particular interview, it was the straw that broke the camel’s back.
Another reason I chose to bust him with this interview is because it is an interview of him (not an interview in which he is questioning someone else), so it reflects his “personal views” / core talking points. And when you tie his talking points to his background, there can be no confusion about who he is and what he’s doing.