Friday, June 26, 2009

Techniques to Discredit – The Hidden Evil

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Techniques to Discredit – The Hidden Evil

Posted by sakerfa on June 26, 2009

Those who expose the financial elite typically receive character assassination from radio, TV, print media, official “experts,” and “anti-hate” organizations. A combination of framings, murders, “accidents,” and lawsuits may occur. “Educational” material is distributed to law enforcement to help them understand the “paranoid extremists” who believe that multinational corporations are installing a global dictatorship.

Sutton and Wood warned, “Anyone in the U.S. who promotes unwelcome news for the elite receives some unwelcome attention in return.” This attention includes the use of experts, mainstream media, and anti-hate organizations, for well-coordinated character assassination.(*) According to author Perloff, a document released by the House Committee on Un-American Activities, on September 23, 1956 entitled, Propaganda and the Alert Citizen outlined the tactics reportedly used by the Establishment to discredit opposition.

Quoting from this document, Perloff wrote, “The tactic used had a prototype in a directive issued by the Communist Party… It read: When certain obstructionists become too irritating, label them, after suitable build-ups, as Fascist or Nazi or anti-Semitic, and use the prestige of anti-Fascist and tolerance organizations to discredit them. … In the public mind constantly associate those who oppose us with those names which already have a bad smell.”

“Because the Establishment controls the media,” wrote Allen, “anyone exposing the Insiders will be the recipient of a continuous fusillade of [criticism] … from newspapers, magazines, TV and radio. In this manner one is threatened with the loss of ’social respectability’ if he dares broach the idea that there is organization behind any of the problems currently wrecking America.”

“Smear tactics” from “left and right” are “standard operating procedure,” explained Sutton and Wood. Even if you don’t believe in the phony left/right political spectrum and have no political affiliation, you may be assigned one. Then the financial elite can use the opposite political party expressed in the mainstream news for character assassination. These labels, describe Sutton and Wood, “divert attention from responsible reasoned criticism with no attachment to a synthetic political spectrum.”

“If you assemble the evidence, carefully present your proofs, and try to expose these power seekers, the Establishment’s mass media will accuse you of being a dangerous paranoid who is–dividing–our people,” Allen said. In his book, With No Apologies, Senator Goldwater describes being on the receiving end of the Establishment’s “professional scandalmongers.” Apparently, because he was not controlled by the Establishment, the New York Times and New York Herald Tribune were used to discredit him during his campaigns.

Perloff wrote, “Barry Goldwater was the Republican nominee and, as such, was the first GOP Presidential candidate in decades it [the CFR] had not controlled. Indeed, Goldwater represented nearly everything the Establishment was against. For that reason, the mass media was arrayed against him, and he was falsely characterized as a fanatic who would start a nuclear war and snatch social security checks from the elderly.”

Investigations into Crimes and Practices of the Financial Elite are Thwarted–Witnesses Discredited

DeCamp explained that during his investigation of a child prostitution ring involving Satanism which lead to Washington D.C., that “Articles began to appear in the Omaha World-Herald, aimed to discredit the witnesses and intimidate any other potential child victim-witnesses from testifying.” He cites some examples including the World-Herald’s charge that it was a “hoax based on rumor.” Editorial attacks ensued with titles such as, Grand Jury Did Its Job; The Insults Are Intolerable, and Schmit Panel Can’t Duck its Responsibility in Hoax.

The front page of the Omaha World-Herald on July 25, 1990 ran the headline, Grand Jury Says Abuse Stories Were a Carefully Crafted Hoax. And an article entitled, Former Legislator’s Angry Memo Turns Sober Nebraska on its Ear, which appeared in the March 17, 1990 edition of the Kansas City Star, stated that the memo was, spawning swirls of gossip. The same article described that the accusations against these prominent people was like “insulting God.” Compare these attacks to the criticism General Butler received by the mainstream news after exposing the plot by Wall Street to overthrow the U.S. Government, or the harassment the Reece Committee received when investigating the Tax-exempt Foundations.

One of the most damaging dirty tricks used against DeCamp was an anonymous complaint from a concerned citizen, which was logged with the Department of Social Services, stating that he and his wife were abusing their daughter. This tactic was apparently used to stop his investigation and knock him out of the senate race. The cover-up of a similar event occurred in Minnesota, where prosecutor Kathleen Morris came under savage attack from the media when investigating a child sex ring that was apparently linked to the financial elite. After experiencing considerable pressure, Morris relinquished the investigation to Attorney General Hubert Humphrey Jr. Humphrey soon closed the case due to insufficient evidence.

When the elite are linked to these types of crimes, evidence become missing, leads are not followed, people are discredited, jailed, disappear, or have accidents. These occasional leaks are part of a steady stream of corruption that only occasionally surfaces in the mainstream news. The discrediting and harassment tactics used during these cover-ups can happen anywhere the elite need to eliminate exposure to their activities. DeCamp calls it an “international organized crime syndicate, engaged in pedophilia, pornography, satanism, drugs, and money-laundering,” which is “protected … by federal authorities.”

source: dprogam