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Monday, November 09, 2009

Trial by Media: Major Hasan is declared guilty

Rush to Judgment fits a Familiar Pattern

by Michael Hoffman | Nov. 9, 2009 | www.RevisionistHistory.org

On Nov. 8 the Sunday New York Times declared Nidal Malik Hasan guilty of the Fort Hood shootings (James C. McKinley Jr. and James Dao:"Fort Hood Gunman Gave Signals Before His Rampage"). This is the familiar trial by media accompanied by the equally familiar "lone nut" imputation.

David Berkowitz was declared solely guilty of the "Son of Sam" murders in New York in 1977, on the day of his arrest.

Ted Kaczynski was declared solely guilty of the "Unabomber" killings on the day of his arrest.

How do the media and the government know that an alleged perpetrator is indeed guilty and is indeed solely guilty in the first few days after the apprehension of the suspect, unless the media and the government are in on the crime itself?

Criminology 101 tells us that the day of the arrest is the day the investigation begins in earnest. The Constitution tell us that a suspect is innocent until proven guilty.

Cryptocracy May Choose to Substitute Lone Nut Profile with Islamic Terror Plot

In all government conspiracies wherein a mouthpiece media is instrumental in supporting the official script, a declaration of guilt is infallibly promulgated, concerning a suspect who is often then branded a "lone nut," though in Major Hasan's case there may be an effort to implicate Muslim theologians as indirectly responsible. There is also a move to create a 9/11 link with Hasan. (A truly outrageous version is here).

 If the Cryptocracy chooses to drop the lone imputation, then it will do so in order to fabricate a 9/11-style Islamic terror conspiracy. Such a move would likely not entail a focus on the two other gunmen seen by eyewitnesses in Fort Hood, since these shooters are probably government agents and not Muslim extremists. Anything is possible however, since we have already seen Major Hasan resurrected from the dead, with nary a peep from the media over that remarkable act of prestidigitation.

If the Fort Hoodwink shootings were not a government conspiracy but an actual criminal investigation,  the investigators would be much more circumspect and tentative in their statements and would be actively engaged in a deep and time-consuming investigation of the crime from all angles, without pre-conceived notions, including the investigation of the numerous anomalies in this case which we have already stated (see: "The Hoodwink in Texas").

An investigation that focuses this early in the case exclusively on a "Muslim terror conspiracy" is an indication of a script being in place, otherwise investigative journalists would seriously consider all leads, including those that lead to the government itself. These would begin with Virginia Tech, Hasan's alma mater and the scene of another shooting-spree slaughter where initially it was stated that two shooters were involved. (See Revisionist History newsletter no. 44, "Certain Anomalies in the Case of 33 Deaths at Virginia Tech").

Those who are skeptical of the degree to which spectacular crimes are initiated and then exploited by the Cryptocracy's technology of mass mind control for processing the Group Mind of America, should consider the following information, leaked to us by a correspondent. He writes, "There is another blog that I keep up with, though it can only be viewed by registered members, so I can't link you to it directly, but I thought you would appreciate this little kernal of information that the author revealed in a recent post about a tie-in between the (Fort Hood) shooting and the V-tech massacre":

"Just two days before the Virginia Tech shootings which took place on April 16, 2007, "Saturday Night Live" (SNL) did a rather strange 'Digital Short' skit in which ordinary people just started shooting at each other with a hypnotic song playing in the background carefully synced to each and every shooting in the skit....And now, more than 2 years later, the same song (or at least a song liberally sampling the chorus of the song, 'Hide and Seek', now renamed 'Whacha Say') is back, playing constantly on the radio. In fact, the song is, right now, #1 on the charts! I mean, it even looks as though it just became #1 within the last few days!"

You will note that there is a proliferation of movies (here and here), books and television specials about "secret societies," including their influence --both real and imagined -- on the founding of America and in the rise of the CIA. These productions are generally popular and lucrative for the corporations that produce them.

But pondering involvement of a secret society inside our contemporary US government and its possible involvement in current events like Fort Hoodwink becomes a risible proposition for most of the very same consumers of the media's secret societies narratives.

In other words, when the sheeple are cued to believe in the activities of "secret societies" in American history, they do so, on cue, and when cued to believe the story of the Fort Hood shootings exactly as described by the government and its media mouthpieces, they also believe on cue -- refusing to countenance any possible role for a secret society in the Texas attack. This phenomenon would appear to indicate a serious bipolar malaise in the American people.

If we had genuine investigative journalism in this country from even one organ of Big Media, the Cryptocracy might be thwarted and the actual string-pullers in Texas brought to justice. But what we have in fact is a vile government-mouthpiece media which, from the 9/11 terror attacks to the shootings at the army base, are despicable partners in the hoodwink.

The New York Times makes a point of stating Hasan's nationality in the opening paragraphs of its Nov. 8 report: "Major Hasan was born in Arlington, Va., on Sept. 8, 1970. His parents, Palestinians who had immigrated from the West Bank in the 1960s, moved the family to Roanoke when he was a youth.

We can discern the direction the Fort Hoodwink attack is going to take by the following remark from a teenager said to be casually acquainted with Hasan, and which the New York Times regarded as nonetheless sufficiently worthy of publication in the already cited Sunday, Nov. 8 edition:

...(According to Duane Reasoner Jr., an 18-year-old alleged friend of Hasan): "In the Koran, it says you are not supposed to have alliances with Jews or Christians, and if you are killed in the military fighting against Muslims, you will go to hell."

"Jew and Christians vs. Muslims" is precisely the dogmatic equation the Cryptocracy has already successfully seeded throughout the conservative Right wing. (This phenomenon was the subject of our cover story in Revisionist History newsletter no. 48).

Fort Hoodwink will help spread this meme deeper in American society. The war of civilizations must go on, with HBO's Larry David and other Zionists like him on "our" side, and the Palestinians on the other. Joseph I. Lieberman, the Orthodox Judaic Senator from Connecticut, announced on Sunday that "he would hold hearings to explore whether Major Hasan's actions constituted terrorism." Hasan has not yet even had a trial!

And wouldn't you know it? Fort Hoodwink occurs just at the time the "Goldstone Report" had made the Palestinians into victims of Israeli mass murder in the Group Mind. At the very least, the shootings mitigate that impression and may perhaps even cancel and reverse it.

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Hoffman is the author of Secret Societies and Psychological Warfare.



Maxmillian said...

This is nothing, wait until his defense attorneys sell him out!

The whole thing stinks of a total set up and fabrication.

Anonymous said...

This is about bringing the war home, we are all under attack and at war with Muslim extremists, our own military bases have been targeted. No one is above suspicion, Major Nidal (spider's nest) Hasan (good) has proven us to this as he awakens from coma, we awake with him.

This is how they will win their war, by converting everyone indirectly through either a lack of action or absolutely no will of their own - on both sides, us and them, no longer any subject or proper object, just mass consciusness in media montages that cancel each other out.

Anonymous said...

What a lot of sophomoric, infantile ramblings. Grow up.

Dutch Boy said...

There is no necessary contradiction between the Lone Nut/Muslim extremist hypotheses. He could be both or either.

Anonymous said...

Re: media montages

In the 1300s, From Kerch on the Black and Azov Seas, a document was suppussedly smuggled out of Constantinople and taken to Kiev and onto bishophorics in Moscow.

This document or codex suppossedly held working symbols and archetypes used till this day to control public sentiment...we are working or being worked off of age old symbolism...

The Kabbalah, Kepler, Jung, they all in one way or another have addressed these images, but this codex is different, it was actually a refutation and reinterpretation of older symbology and is suppossedly still in the hands of the Russians, the KGB or White Russian sects connected to the Eastern Churches.

Frued said that the Irish were beyond psychoanylsis, part insult, really more of a compliment dating to a country filled with both poverty and their own mythology. Could the same thing be said of the Russians?

Is there a more clever group of world leaders battling for not only technology and control of history but also possibly working against the cryptocracy?

A Russian mathematician recently solved Poincare's Conjecture, a Russian Jewish mathematician, one of the great unsolved mathematical problems until last year, and this mathematician quietly retired from math after this rather startling proof...after being groomed by both the Steklov Inst. and Princeton...

Is there a possibility that there is a higher adeptuality battling the positivsm of science and doing it from the inside, maybe with access to not only technology stolen from the Germans (www.scientistsandfriends.com/files/secrets.doc )but also to the secret codex from Kerch or a similar metaphor of meaning?

And is any ruling body set on empirical goals themselves not doing this already, bringing about its own counter designs, through all of its terror, hype and mania even, earthly riches and power that in a sense have frozen history but not meaning.

Anonymous said...

"Whatcha Say" by Jason DeRulo was originally recorded as "Hide and Seek" by Imogen Heap. "Whatcha Say" was produced by J.R. Rotem and employed a heavily-sampled chorus from Heap's song.

Anonymous said...

Jason DeRulo's song, lyrically, is quite typical as break-up songs go, which brings to mind the satirical sentiment of Don Henley's "All She Wants to Do Is Dance" - The world could be falling apart outside, but as long as stupid girls have the opportunity to dance, all is certainly right with the world. However, Imogen Heap's original lyrics are somewhat revealing as regards the Fort Hoodwink (and other recent, similar) events:

Where are we?
What the hell is going on?
The dust has only just begun to form
Crop circles in the carpet
Sinking feeling

Spin me round again
And rub my eyes
This can't be happening
When busy streets a mess with people
Would stop to hold their heads heavy

Hide and seek
Trains and sewing machines
All those years
They were here first

Oily marks appear on walls
Where pleasure moments hung before the takeover
The sweeping insensitivity of this still life

Hide and seek
Trains and sewing machines (oh, you won't catch me around here)
Blood and tears (hearts)
They were here first

Mmmm, whatcha say
Mmmm, that you only meant well?
Well, of course you did
Mmmm, whatcha say
Mmmm, that it's all for the best?
Of course it is
Mmmm, whatcha say?
Mmmm, that it's just what we need
You decided this
Whatcha say?
Mmmm, what did she say?

Ransom notes keep falling out your mouth
Mid-sweet talk, newspaper word cut outs
Speak no feeling, no, I don't believe you
You don't care a bit
You don't care a bit

(Hide and seek)
Ransom notes keep falling out your mouth
Mid-sweet talk, newspaper word cut outs

(Hide and seek)
Speak no feeling, no, I don't believe you
You don't care a bit
You don't care a (you don't care a) bit

(Hide and seek)
Oh, no, you don't care a bit
Oh, no, you don't care a bit

(Hide and seek)
Oh, no, you don't care a bit
You don't care a bit
You don't care a bit

The most poignant lines of the lyrics, for me, were: "The sweeping insensitivity of this still life..." and "You don't care a bit." I think it speaks to the willing readiness of SNL's thoroughly desensitized (by decades of "horror" films) audience to laugh at comedic actors shooting one another in cold blood. Most people, when asked why they think this sort of thing is so funny, seem to have been fooled (or have fooled themselves) into thinking such a callous attitude is the most effective way to "cope" with tragedy.

The SNL short called "The Shooting," also known as "Dear Sister," satirizes the final scene of the second-season finale The O.C., and was broadcast during an episode aired April 14, 2007, two days prior to the "V-Tech" shootings.

Joe O said...

This WSJ article uses the term "lone gunman".

I also find it interesting that Ft. Hood is referred to as a "processing center" for troops headed overseas. Maybe they are suggesting that the American public is being mentally processed by this event.

Anonymous said...

The D. Henley song 'All She Wants to do is Dance' has quite a few funny lines in it - 'the government bugged the men's room at the local disco lounge - to keep the boys from sellen' all the weapons they can can scrounge - but that don't keep the boys from maken' a buck or two. . .'

it is of note that often the best party - or the best time of a party is the last 2 hours before the cops come in and shut the place down. Although country wide its collectively all causing our 'deaths' but you have't lived until you've partied in a club on West 27th Street in Manhattan or in Las Vegas.

Anonymous said...

1 Golem coming right up!:


Unknown said...

I'm glad Hoffman commented on this one.

Will someone be trying to replicate this one-hundred-rounds-with-two-pistols-feat in paintball soon? I'd love to hear if someone pulls that off.

The laughter in the SNL skit, 'canned' or real, struck me as strange. I couldn't grasp what would be funny about it --unless it was just that important to laugh when you've wasted money on an SNL ticket? Then I read anonymous above --Oh! its a parody of something else.

Unknown said...

Speaking of spooky:

"Galligan says Hasan received doctors' permission for the meeting. Galligan also was joined by Fort Hood's senior defense attorney."

I asked the nearest medical professional I could (a grueling fifteen foot holler) if she'd ever heard of a doctor giving permission to a patient to see a lawyer. It sounded as strange to her as it did to me. I can't even conclude from this that the meeting was requested by Hassan -- so I still know of no hard indication that Hassan knows the significance he's saddled with.