Eyes wide shut was not fiction. This is the way things are really run at the top.
One thing they did was create and popularize the term Conspiracy Theorist. Then they usually enlist an A list celebrity or Talking head to make their Meme stick in the public mind. Like so.
My dad told me about this interview years ago and said that Johnny Carson looked like he was paid to take down Garrison on TV. Back in that day people didn’t talk about the deep state and there was a memo from the CIA that outlines everything Johnny is saying word for word. In this memo written in 1967 the phrase “Conspiracy Theorist” was propagated as a weapon used to discredit anyone that questioned the official Warren report. 46% of the people in the US at the time did not believe this report.
Allen Dulles the man that JFK fired as the head of the CIA headed the Warren Commission.
Here is the second part of Johnny’s Operation Mocking Bird Hatchet Job on Jim Garrison.
JFK assassination conspiracy theorist and investigator, Jim Garrison, New Orleans District Attorney, interviewed by Johnny Carson regarding the November 22, 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Part 2 of 2, Original airdate: January 31, 1968.
According to Wikipedia: “Garrison remains a controversial figure. Opinions differ as to whether he uncovered a conspiracy behind the John F. Kennedy assassination, but was blocked from successful prosecution by a federal government cover-up, whether he bungled his chance to uncover a conspiracy, or whether the entire case was an unproductive waste of resources.”
Did the Obama administration used intelligence data for political purposes? Maybe they should have just taken the election loss and not brought all of this up after all?
A presidential spokesperson said that they might have used microwaves to spy on Trump and the left and the MSM are trending that she is a fool for saying this. I am tired of having to take up for Trump and his spokesmen. I don’t like them. Why does the media have to lie about everything? About things they don’t know about? Microwaves have been used in information gathering and so have lasers so these people are mocking her and they didn’t even look it up. What is she supposed to brief you on a secret program so you can freak out on that too?
Facebook is supposed to be protecting the world from fake news but when the fake news comes from CNBC they swallow it hook line and sinker. I was in the military in electronic warfare and I can tell you it is entirely possible and has been done routinely.
Microwave eavesdropping has a long and clandestine history. And there’s an odd connection between music and microwave eavesdropping. Mention the name Leon Theremin and many people will immediately think of the musical instrument bearing his name. Born Lev Sergeyevich Termen, his contributions to the former Soviet Union spanned the history of the Soviet Union from the original Bolshevik Revolution to the collapse of the USSR.
Termen was a mathematics prodigy who was drawn into the emerging field of electronics. Termen came across the basic principle for one of the first electronic musical instruments while working on television. The theremin (Termen called it an “etherophone”) produced music with modulated static. Players used two antennae, one for pitch and one for volume, producing musical tones by waving their hands around the antennae. Skilled musicians reportedly could recreate the sounds of many existing instruments.
This Russian freak out fake news is getting old. Until today’s research, showed that they did this in the 60ties too. They claimed Richard Nixon was soft on Russia and there was a missile gap. Billions in 1960 dollars were spent on more military and more atomic weapons. This helped Kennedy to victory and a campaign was run to shape public opinion so that Eisenhower was viewed as a silly old irrelevant man. His warnings about the military industrial complex went unheeded and that was costly in both blood and treasure.
Sen. Rand Paul (Ky.) ripped fellow Republican Sen. John McCain (Ariz.) on Sunday after McCain criticized President Trump’s escalating war of words with the media.He argued that the nation is “very lucky” that Trump is president and not McCain, who won the 2008 GOP nomination but lost to Barack Obama in the general election.Paul said that McCain’s recent criticisms of Trump are driven by his “personal dispute” with the president over foreign policy.He added that McCain and Trump are at odds because McCain supports the wide deployment of U.S. troops to protect and promote American interests abroad while he characterized Trump’s views as closer to a realpolitik approach to foreign policy.“Everything that he says about the president is colored by his own personal dispute he’s got running with President Trump, and it should be taken with a grain of salt, because John McCain’s the guy who’s advocated for war everywhere,” Paul said on ABC’s “This Week.”“He would bankrupt the nation. We’re very lucky John McCain’s not in charge, because I think we’d be in perpetual war,” Paul added.McCain in an interview with NBC’s “Meet the Press” warned that the suppression of a free press can lead to a dictatorial regime. He made the comments after Trump tweeted on Friday that the media is “the enemy of the American people.”McCain has also harshly criticized Trump’s expressed respect for Russian President Vladimir Putin and his suggestion earlier this month that the United States does not have the moral authority to criticize Russia’s human rights record.Paul said there has no effort by the Trump administration to suppress the media, noting that no legislation has been offered to curb press freedoms.Paul argued that McCain has a history of being wrong major foreign policy questions.“I would say John McCain’s been wrong on just about everything over the last four decades. He advocated for the Iraq War, which I think destabilized the Middle East,” he said.“If you look at the map, there’s probably at least six different countries where John McCain has advocated for us having boots on the ground,” he added.
How bureaucrats are fighting the voters for control of our country. Donald Trump was elected president last November by winning 306 electoral votes. He pledged to “drain the swamp” in Washington, D.C., to overturn the system of politics that had left the nation’s capital and major financial and tech centers flourishing but large swaths of the country mired in stagnation and decay. “What truly matters,” he said in his Inaugural Address, “is not which party controls our government, but whether our government is controlled by the people.”Is it? By any historical and constitutional standard, “the people” elected Donald Trump and endorsed his program of nation-state populist reform. Yet over the last few weeks America has been in the throes of an unprecedented revolt. Not of the people against the government—that happened last year—but of the government against the people. What this says about the state of American democracy, and what it portends for the future, is incredibly disturbing.