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20 minutes ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

'Storm clouds over Europe' is very Churchillian. He really does think he's the second coming of the old drunkard doesn't he?

 

Yep and because this Sunday is Remembrance Sunday when all the crooks will come out to pay their absolute hollow respects to the war dead.

 

The First world war ended on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month because of the 33 degrees of Freemasonry. It could have ended three years before, or never happened at all, but no .. millions of mainly Christian Europeans lost their lives.

 

They died for Freemasonry

 

But it's written in the starlight
And every line in your palm
We're fools to make war
On our brothers in arms

 

 

 

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Call it what you will, propaganda, social engineering or brainwashing, Governments worldwide are using these

"behavioural scientists" to sway public opinion about Covid and so much more.

 

I say we are engaged in pyschological warfare with Governments

 

Barak Obama signed this Executive Order

 
September 15, 2015

Executive Order -- Using Behavioral Science Insights to Better Serve the American People

A growing body of evidence demonstrates that behavioral science insights -- research findings from fields such as behavioral economics and psychology about how people make decisions and act on them -- can be used to design government policies to better serve the American people.

 

Where Federal policies have been designed to reflect behavioral science insights, they have substantially improved outcomes for the individuals, families, communities, and businesses those policies serve.

 

To more fully realize the benefits of behavioral insights and deliver better results at a lower cost for the American people, the Federal Government should design its policies and programs to reflect our best understanding of how people engage with, participate in, use, and respond to those policies and programs. By improving the effectiveness and efficiency of Government, behavioral science insights can support a range of national priorities, including helping workers to find better jobs; enabling Americans to lead longer, healthier lives; improving access to educational opportunities and support for success in school; and accelerating the transition to a low-carbon economy.

 

NOW, THEREFORE, by the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States, I hereby direct the following:

 

Section 1. Behavioral Science Insights Policy Directive.

 

(a) Executive departments and agencies (agencies) are encouraged to:

(i) identify policies, programs, and operations where applying behavioral science insights may yield substantial improvements in public welfare, program outcomes, and program cost effectiveness;

(ii) develop strategies for applying behavioral science insights to programs and, where possible, rigorously test and evaluate the impact of these insights;

(iii) recruit behavioral science experts to join the Federal Government as necessary to achieve the goals of this directive; and

(iv) strengthen agency relationships with the research community to better use empirical findings from the behavioral sciences.

 

(b) In implementing the policy directives in section (a), agencies shall:

(i) identify opportunities to help qualifying individuals, families, communities, and businesses access public programs and benefits by, as appropriate, streamlining processes that may otherwise limit or delay participation -- for example, removing administrative hurdles, shortening wait times, and simplifying forms;

(ii) improve how information is presented to consumers, borrowers, program beneficiaries, and other individuals, whether as directly conveyed by the agency, or in setting standards for the presentation of information, by considering how the content, format, timing, and medium by which information is conveyed affects comprehension and action by individuals, as appropriate;

(iii) identify programs that offer choices and carefully consider how the presentation and structure of those choices, including the order, number, and arrangement of options, can most effectively promote public welfare, as appropriate, giving particular consideration to the selection and setting of default options; and

(iv) review elements of their policies and programs that are designed to encourage or make it easier for Americans to take specific actions, such as saving for retirement or completing education programs. In doing so, agencies shall consider how the timing, frequency, presentation, and labeling of benefits, taxes, subsidies, and other incentives can more effectively and efficiently promote those actions, as appropriate. Particular attention should be paid to opportunities to use nonfinancial incentives.

 

(c) For policies with a regulatory component, agencies are encouraged to combine this behavioral science insights policy directive with their ongoing review of existing significant regulations to identify and reduce regulatory burdens, as appropriate and consistent with Executive Order 13563 of January 18, 2011 (Improving Regulation and Regulatory Review), and Executive Order 13610 of May 10, 2012 (Identifying and Reducing Regulatory Burdens).

Sec. 2. Implementation of the Behavioral Science Insights Policy Directive. (a) The Social and Behavioral Sciences Team (SBST), under the National Science and Technology Council (NSTC) and chaired by the Assistant to the President for Science and Technology, shall provide agencies with advice and policy guidance to help them execute the policy objectives outlined in section 1 of this order, as appropriate.

 

(b) The NSTC shall release a yearly report summarizing agency implementation of section 1 of this order each year until 2019. Member agencies of the SBST are expected to contribute to this report.

 

(c) To help execute the policy directive set forth in section 1 of this order, the Chair of the SBST shall, within 45 days of the date of this order and thereafter as necessary, issue guidance to assist agencies in implementing this order.

Sec. 3. General Provisions. (a) Nothing in this order shall be construed to impair or otherwise affect:

(i) the authority granted by law to a department or agency, or the head thereof; or

(ii) the functions of the Director of the Office of Management and Budget relating to budgetary, administrative, or legislative proposals.

(b) This order shall be implemented consistent with applicable law and subject to the availability of appropriations.

(c) Independent agencies are strongly encouraged to comply with the requirements of this order.

(d) This order is not intended to, and does not, create any right or benefit, substantive or procedural, enforceable at law or in equity by any party against the United States, its departments, agencies, or entities, its officers, employees, or agents, or any other person.

 

BARACK OBAMA

THE WHITE HOUSE,
September 15, 2015.

 

https://obamawhitehouse.archives.gov/the-press-office/2015/09/15/executive-order-using-behavioral-science-insights-better-serve-american

 

 

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1 hour ago, k_j_evans said:

Many people here can't tell the difference between very rich parasites with Jewish surnames and actual ordinary Jewish people and probably still think they eat babies. Since I live very near the largest Jewish community outside Russia, it's very likely that my small local businesses will be Jewish. Caveat: I am biased as I am Jewish.

You are from Palestine?

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On 11/10/2021 at 1:16 AM, skitzorat said:

I think you guys in the UK have been put through the psychological wringer the most out of all the Anglosphere!

 

While not as physically abusive or tyrannical as the likes of Australia/Canada -the warfare on you guys has been relentless since the very beginning - constantly changing rules, bus sirens, the BBC, the govt - all to break you utterly without a shot fired or much of a hustle require from the Bill.... so broken and exhausted wonderful British folk are still lining up for their jabs...meanwhile being invaded by an army of fighting age hostiles -  its been heartbreaking to watch from my view point (admittedly I'm emotionally tied to the place)

 

Still makes me incredibly sad.

 

We are in a abusive relationship with our governments for sure.

 

I used to work for a domestic abuse service and learned that abusers use the least amount of force possible to implement their will. So, if psychological methods will do the trick without having to resort to physical violence, that tends to be the preferred method - especially for those with enough nous to work at a psychologically manipulative level. Physical violence, being so overt in its nature, comes with the risk of exposure to the perpetrator and, once exposed, their efforts to control another are diminished because their plan has been recognised.

 

When I worked with individuals who had been on the receiving end of abuse, they unanimously told me that it was the emotional abuse and the resultant psychological scars which were far worse than being assaulted physically.

 

It is interesting that there are different approaches to control in different countries. I understand that the UK is supposedly the host of expert centres of behavioural change which may explain why there is a particular focus on psychological warfare in the UK. Maybe it is all part of one big experiment the world over to see which methods across which nations produce the best results.

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6 hours ago, zarkov said:

 

We're in the age of ego.

I "want"!

I want entertaining

I want holiday

I want good tasting shitty food & drink

I want others to take care of my health 

I want less responsibility

I want others to think for me

I want free shit

I want to be popular

 

Saville was presented as a figure who fulfilled those perceived artificial needs feeding the culture of ego and took full advantage of the gullible in a monstrous system of depravity.

 

Instead of creating a culture of self reliance, autonomy, self worth, value and the resulting requisite awareness of self ownership/sovereignty or the infinite power of volition.

 

It becomes easy to see the mechanism of social engineering when media aligns so tightly to egocentrism.

 

 

 

well my friend my teacher actually told us this many years ago, and yet before my eyes I see its becoming more and more the reality. create dependence on system then you control everything. that's a very good call bro and bang on the nail.

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12 minutes ago, Mitochondrial Eve said:

 

We are in a abusive relationship with our governments for sure.

 

I used to work for a domestic abuse service and learned that abusers use the least amount of force possible to implement their will. So, if psychological methods will do the trick without having to resort to physical violence, that tends to be the preferred method - especially for those with enough nous to work at a psychologically manipulative level. Physical violence, being so overt in its nature, comes with the risk of exposure to the perpetrator and, once exposed, their efforts to control another are diminished because their plan has been recognised.

 

When I worked with individuals who had been on the receiving end of abuse, they unanimously told me that it was the emotional abuse and the resultant psychological scars which were far worse than being assaulted physically.

 

It is interesting that there are different approaches to control in different countries. I understand that the UK is supposedly the host of expert centres of behavioural change which may explain why there is a particular focus on psychological warfare in the UK. Maybe it is all part of one big experiment the world over to see which methods across which nations produce the best results.

Write it that way and I agree: 

 

I understand that the UK is supposedly the host of expert centres of behavioural change which may explain why there is a particular focus on psychological warfare in the UK. Maybe IT IS ALL PART OF ONE BIG EXPERIMENT THE WORLD OVER TO SEE WHICH METHODS ACROSS WHICH NATIONS PRODUCE THE BEST RESULTS.

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29 minutes ago, Mitochondrial Eve said:

 

We are in a abusive relationship with our governments for sure.

 

I used to work for a domestic abuse service and learned that abusers use the least amount of force possible to implement their will. So, if psychological methods will do the trick without having to resort to physical violence, that tends to be the preferred method - especially for those with enough nous to work at a psychologically manipulative level. Physical violence, being so overt in its nature, comes with the risk of exposure to the perpetrator and, once exposed, their efforts to control another are diminished because their plan has been recognised.

 

When I worked with individuals who had been on the receiving end of abuse, they unanimously told me that it was the emotional abuse and the resultant psychological scars which were far worse than being assaulted physically.

 

It is interesting that there are different approaches to control in different countries. I understand that the UK is supposedly the host of expert centres of behavioural change which may explain why there is a particular focus on psychological warfare in the UK. Maybe it is all part of one big experiment the world over to see which methods across which nations produce the best results.

 

Out of likes Eve. Brilliant comment, it's all about control.

 

You're spot on because you have worked with the abused.  A past personal experience with a previous partner who never harmed me physically but psychologically abused me and my son was insidious and sadly it's hard to forget.

 

It's a form of control which Governments are using too, to make people comply.

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