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  • agent provocateur [common-terms ]

    An agent provocateur may be a police officer or a secret agent of police who encourages suspects to carry out a crime under conditions where evidence can be obtained; or who suggests the commission of a crime to another, in hopes they will go along with the suggestion and be convicted of the crime. A political organization or government may use agents provocateurs against political opponents. The provocateurs try to incite the opponent to do counterproductive or ineffective acts to foster public disdain or provide a pretext for aggression against the opponent. This is often used at anti-government protests to falsely justify harsh and immediate government or police action. Historically, labor spies, hired to infiltrate, monitor, disrupt, or subvert union activities, have used agent provocateur tactics. Agent provocateur activities raise ethical and legal issues. In common law jurisdictions, the legal concept of entrapment may apply if the main impetus for the crime was the provocateur. See all events tagged 'provocateurs'
  • Al Qaeda [common-terms ]

    One of the main objectives of war propaganda is to “fabricate an enemy”. Al Qaeda is an outside, fabricated enemy personified by Osama bin Laden to have “threatened and attacked America”. Ironically, Al Qaeda –the “outside enemy of America” as well as the alleged architect of the 9/11 attacks– is a creation of the US Central Intelligence Agency and Israel. Pre-emptive war directed against “Islamic terrorists” is required to defend the Homeland. In the wake of 9/11, the creation of this “outside enemy” served to obfuscate the real economic and strategic objectives behind the war in the Middle East and Central Asia. Waged on the grounds of self-defense, the pre-emptive war is upheld as a “just war” with a humanitarian mandate. (more…)
  • backmasking [common-terms ]

    There are in fact 2 different types of backward messages in music and they have generally been all lumped together into one category and called backmasking. The first type of backward message is one that has been deliberately placed onto the record usually by the recording studio. The correct term for these messages is called Backward Masking. The second type of backward message, correctly called back masking, are those that have not been placed deliberately onto the record, but are rather formed by the unique way the words are sung in the song. They are, in fact, phonetic reversals – played forwards one message can be heard and play the same track backwards and a completely different message can be heard. (more…)
  • big brother [common-terms ]

    A fictional character and symbol in George Orwell's novel Nineteen Eighty-Four. He is ostensibly the leader (most likely a symbolic figurehead) of Oceania, a totalitarian state wherein the ruling Party wields total power "for its own sake" over the inhabitants. In the society that Orwell describes, every citizen is under constant surveillance by the authorities, mainly by telescreens (with the exception of the Proles). The people are constantly reminded of this by the slogan "Big Brother is watching you": a maxim which is ubiquitously on display. In modern culture the term "Big Brother" has entered the lexicon as a synonym for abuse of government power, particularly in respect to civil liberties, often specifically related to mass surveillance. In the novel, it is never made clear whether Big Brother is or had been a real person, or is a fictional personification of the Party, similar to Britannia and Uncle Sam. Big Brother is described as appearing on posters and telescreens as a handsome man in his mid-40s. (more…)
  • Black Operation [common-terms ]

    A  black operation or black op is a covert operation by a government, a government agency, or a military organization. Black ops refer to covert actions and activities that are held secret due to their questionable ethical or legal implications. In relation to government, military, and intelligence agencies, Black ops are funded by US tax dollars, however receive little or no public or government oversight. Terrorist-style actions such assassinations, sabotages, supporting of resistance movements, false flag operations and so on—usually fall under the heading of black ops. (more…)
  • Bohemian Grove [common-terms ]

    This is a 2,700 acre campground in northern California that once a year hosts a two-week gathering of some of the wealthiest men in the world – power brokers with deep ties to the Illuminati. Numerous CEOs, politicians, industrial barons, financiers and military contractors have all spent time at the Grove, which has numerous secretive rituals, costume parties and code names. It’s alleged that extremely important Illuminati business is discussed at these meetings – which will always be off-limits to the sheeple in the general public. Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands establishes the Bilderbergers a group of international politicians and bankers who continue to meet secretly on an annual basis, and the First Bilderberger meeting took place at the Bilderberg Hotel, Oosterbeek, Holland. (more…)
  • Brownstone Operation [common-terms ]

    Operation Brownstone, also known as a "Brownstone operation," is a reference to a theory that intelligence agencies, such as the CIA and FBI, engage in utilizing underage individuals for prostitution purposes with high profile targets, for the purposes of being able to blackmail those high profile individuals later. Generally, the incidents are recorded via videotape and the underage victims are debriefed after the encounter. In the late 1980's, Representative Barney Frank admitted that his former partner, Stephen Gobie, ran a prostitution ring out of his apartment, in the base of a brownstone in Washington, DC. However, Frank denied all knowledge of Gobie's activities and said he kicked Gobie out when he learned the truth.[4] (more…)
  • cabal [common-terms ]

    A network, often of cliques, operating within or across a broad social and bureaucratic base with an agenda not widely known or shared. According to many dictionary definitions, a cabal is a group of persons secretly united to bring about a change or overthrow of government. But in the deep state cabals can also operate within the status quo to sustain top-down rule, including interventions from the overworld.(from Peter Dale Scott's Glossary of Open Politics)
  • censorship [common-terms ]

    The suppression of statements or information for ideological reasons. It is ancient and global in origin in which the term 'censor' can be traced to the office of censor established in Rome in 443 BC. The censor was the title of the Roman official who conducted the census and supervised public morality. Federal and state government officials, together with their cronies in the major media and tech giants such as Google, Facebook, Amazon, Twitter, and Microsoft, have ganged up to crush the upstart alternative media that are challenging (and have already surpassed, by some important metrics) the MSM (mainstream media) Fake News monopoly that has protected and projected the globalist agenda for decades. Breitbart News, the Drudge Report, InfoWars, Natural News, and dozens of other Internet-based news providers have already been targeted and are feeling the impact of the corporate-government jack-booted heel on their jugulars. (more…)
  • Chatham House Rule [common-terms ]

    The policy on keeping certain meetings private established by the Royal Institute of International Affairs, widely recognized among foreign policy experts as the most influential think tank in the world that became synonymous with Chatham House, its headquarters in St. James’ Square, London. The Rule states: “When a meeting, or part thereof, is held under the Chatham House Rule, participants are free to use the information received, but neither the identity nor the affiliation of the speaker(s), nor that of any other participant, may be revealed.” The rule is ostensibly invoked to encourage debate on contentious issues, the theory being that prominent individuals would not be willing or able to discuss their full views on these subjects if their identity and affiliations were to be publicly known. Some of the most infamous and criticized secretive meetings in the world, including the Bilderberg conference, adhere to Chatham House Rules, inviting charges of secrecy and hidden influence. When it comes to a group like the Royal Institute of International Affairs, it is hard to argue that such charges are misplaced. (Corbett) (more…)
  • Clandestine [common-terms ]

    A  clandestine operation is an intelligence or military operation carried out in such a way that the operation goes unnoticed by the general population or specific 'enemy' forces. The US Department of Defense Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms defines "clandestine operation" as "An operation sponsored or conducted by governmental departments or agencies in such a way as to assure secrecy or concealment. A clandestine operation differs from a covert operation in that emphasis is placed on concealment of the operation rather than on concealment of the identity of the sponsor. (more…)

  • Cloward Piven [common-terms ]

    The Cloward-Piven strategy is a political plan, published in May 1966 by Columbia University sociologists and political activists Richard Cloward and Frances Fox Piven, to overload the U.S. public welfare system with the goal to replace it with a national system of “a guaranteed annual income and thus an end to poverty.” It is often referred to today in government manufactured crisis's in an effort to fail the current system and reform it the way they like it. For instance, Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) told WND: “I do feel this attempt (by Obama) to flood the border with illegals is a playing out of the Cloward-Piven theory... (more…)
  • Club of the Isles [common-terms ]

    A European cartel - centered within the City of London and headed by the House of Windsor - which controls every aspect of the global economy -- banks, insurance and pharmaceutical companies, raw materials, transportation, factories, major retail groups, the stock and commodities markets, politicians and governments, media, intelligence agencies, drugs and organized crime. Queen Elizabeth II's is the CEO of the group which combines the political and financial clout of an extensive combine of intermarried European royal and princely families that extends from Scandinavia to Greece. The estimated combined financial worth of the Club of the Isles is greater than $1 trillion and the holdings in which the club has controlling interest are believed to exceed $9 trillion.

    The world petroleum supply is dominated by the British royal household, as is much of the world's supply of precious metals and raw materials, through such "Crown jewels" as Rio Tinto Zinc, Lonrho, and DeBeers Anglo American Corp. The Royal Consort, Prince Philip Mountbatten, Duke of Edinburgh, plays a similar role in his capacity as "chief operations officer" for the Club, and as the head of the World Wide Fund for Nature. What's more, Prince Philip is the principal public spokesman for the number one priority policy of the club: to reduce the population of the world to below 1 billion people within several generations. To accomplish this requires genocide on a global scale. To accomplish this, the executive agency directed by Prince Philip has created a powerful apparatus, an SS, made up of Royal Chartered trusts and corporations, propaganda fronts, assassination and terror agencies, etc. - the world's most efficient Murder, Inc. (more…)

  • cognitive dissonance [common-terms ]

    In psychology, cognitive dissonance is the mental stress or discomfort experienced by an individual who holds two or more contradictory beliefs, ideas, or values at the same time; performs an action that is contradictory to their beliefs, ideas, or values; or is confronted by new information that conflicts with existing beliefs, ideas or values. Denial and avoidance are among the most important psychological concepts to the Truth Movement. Cognitive dissonance relates to the concept of being exposed to information or having experiences that conflict with our existing base of “what we know.” The theory holds that our minds are not always flexible or rational when it comes to evaluating uncomfortable information or questioning our own beliefs. “Dissonant cognitions” will cause us to dismiss or alter conflicting information or add justification to one side or the other—not necessarily rationally—in order to regain psychological balance. It’s an important concept to consider in terms of the way people block things out or justify things to themselves. If there is a lot of built up psychological stake in a certain position or attitude and a piece of solid evidence comes in which conflicts with that position, it may be easier, psychologically, to dismiss the new information than alter the existing structure. (more…)
  • collectivism [common-terms ]

    A partisan dogma in which the commitment to a definite ideal and the condemnation of all others are equally necessary. Collectivism is, in fact, a bastardization of a more useful human condition; namely community. Inherent in all people is the need for meaningful connection with others, and thus, the world around them, without being forced to sacrifice their own identities and their own souls in the process. The best representation of this model is the idea of “voluntary community”, where individuals seek out each other and facilitate their own connections. However, if they can’t find meaningful connection, many people will settle for whatever they can get. Collectivist structures thrive by shutting down free cultural avenues, manipulating public media, encouraging fear, repression, and bias, and destroying our ability to relate to others in a natural and voluntary way. Collectivism’s first goal is to distract and ISOLATE individuals from one another, so that honest community is difficult to build. Its second goal is to then offer a false community; a cardboard cutout or proxy that entices the public with fabricated and superficial connections (more…)
  • Common Core [common-terms ]

    Common Core is federally-led education introduced in the Obama administration’s 2009 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (“stimulus package”) through a contest called Race to the Top (RTTT). States could apply and compete for federal grant money. The final standards were finalized in June 2010. Introduced under the guise of fixing the broken education system that has dropped from 1st globally in 1945 where it long held the top spot, to nearly 40th globally today. Common Core was developed in elitist fashion, bankrolled by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, presented as a fait accompli without public hearings and then pushed hard by the Obama administration…” While many teachers and parents have bought in to the government propaganda, It is a deliberate dumbing down of America, as Charlotte Iserbyt would say. Iserbyt was the Reagan admin whistleblower who struck a major blow to the technological forerunner to the tracking and data-mining age. She details in her books and videos how this is only the latest elitist-controlled system to create a dumbed-down, compliant workforce to make them more money in an overall elitist plan to control the entire world. (more…)
  • communism [common-terms ]

    Communism is a monopoly over everything, including thought, enforced by the “State.” The “State” is a front for the Illuminati Jewish central bankers who own its debt.  Anything that increases “State” power is Communist. World government will take this to the next level.  In her book, School of Darkness (1954) Bella V. Dodd states that that Communist Party's structure "was in reality a device to control the 'common man'". Modern Communism is part of a Satanic conspiracy, which aims to bring to fruition a Totalitarian Police State, i.e., the Beast system of the Antichrist, aka, the New World Order. This plot was organized back in 1773... "Evidence will be produced to prove that Modern Communism was organized in the year 1773 by a group of International Money-Barons who have used it since, as their manual of action, to further their secret plans to bring about a Totalitarian Godless State. Lenin made this clear in his book Left Wing Communism. On page 53, he said: "Our theory (Communism) is not a dogma (Settled Doctrine); it is a manual of action. Many modern leaders have said and done the same things as Lucifer did during the heavenly revolution. There is no appreciable difference between Red and Black Atheism. The only difference is in the plans used by the opposing leaders to ultimately win undisputed control of the world's resources, and bring into being their ideas for a Totalitarian, Godless Dictatorship. - PAWNS IN THE GAME; chapter one, page 4; by William Guy Carr; 1958. (more…)
  • conspiracy theory [common-terms ]

    A secret plan made by two or more people to do something that is harmful or illegal. 'Conspiracy Theory in America' by political scientist Lance deHaven-Smith, explains that the term “conspiracy theory” entered the American lexicon of political speech to deflect criticism of the Warren Commission and traces it back to a CIA propaganda campaign to discredit doubters of the commission’s report. CIA Document 1035-960 was released in response to a 1976 FOIA request by the New York Times. “The CIA’s campaign to popularize the term ‘conspiracy theory’ and make conspiracy belief a target of ridicule and hostility must be credited, unfortunately, with being one of the most successful propaganda initiatives of all time.” In other words, people who use the terms “conspiracy theory” and “conspiracy theorist” as an insult are doing so as the result of a well-documented, undisputed, historically-real conspiracy by the CIA to cover up the JFK assassination. (more…)
  • coup d’état [common-terms ]

    Also known simply as a coup (koo), it is the illegal and overt seizure of a state by the military or other elites within the state apparatus. A coup d'état is considered successful when the usurpers seize and hold power for at least seven days. Although the coup d'état has featured in politics since antiquity, the phrase is of relatively recent coinage; the Oxford English Dictionary identifies it as a French expression meaning a "stroke of state". The phrase did not appear within an English text before the nineteenth century except when used in translation of a French source, there being no simple phrase in English to convey the contextualized idea of a "knockout blow to the existing administration within a state". (more…)
  • Cronyism [common-terms ]

    Cronyism is the practice of partiality in awarding jobs and other advantages to friends or trusted colleagues, especially in politics and between politicians and supportive organizations. For instance, this includes appointing "cronies" to positions of authority, regardless of their qualifications. Cronyism exists when the appointer and the beneficiary such as an appointee are in social or business contact. Often, the appointer needs support in his or her own proposal, job or position of authority, and for this reason the appointer appoints individuals who will not try to weaken his or her proposals, vote against issues, or express views contrary to those of the appointer. Politically, "cronyism" is used to imply buying and selling favors, such as: votes in legislative bodies, as doing favors to organizations, giving desirable ambassadorships to exotic places, future job, campaign funds, etc. (more…)
  • Cultural Marxism [common-terms ]

    Cultural Marxism is the gradual process of destroying all traditions, languages, religions, individuality, government, family, law and order in order to re-assemble society in the future as a communist utopia. This utopia will have no notion of gender, traditions, morality, god or even family or the state. The theory (critical theory) basically is to criticize every foundation of the West as being racist, sexist, anti-semetic and oppressive. In doing this the West is undermined, our history is besmirched, our ancestors denigrated and our culture is attacked, our people become detached from their racial and cultural roots and become full of false guilt and false moral shame. This subversive assault on the consciousness of our people through academia has been specifically put in place to achieve certain goals. It was the Judeo Frankfurt School theorists who poisoned the well of Western academic institutions which churn out generation after generation of indoctrinated robots regurgitating their bile. Critical Theory can be applied to different things to isolate them for specific criticism. For example we have what is known as Critical Race Theory which targets the white race for criticism. There is Critical Family Theory which targets the family, Critical Sexuality Theory which attacks the heterosexual foundations of a healthy society, Critical Patriarcy Theory which attacks the male and the father and which is part of the feminist agenda. There is also Critical Art Theory and Critical Literature Theory, these attack the artistic and literary aspects of the West.  (more…)
  • deep state [common-terms ]

    Over the past several years, Peter Dale Scott and Noam Chomsky began to use the term  deep state  to refer to the 'shadow government, or the relatively small number of Washington and Wall Street player who actually control America. According to Mike Lofgren, a former GOP congressional staff member and author of 'The Deep State: The Fall of the Constitution and the Rise of a Shadow Government', the deep state / shadow government is this:

    "A hybrid of corporate America and the national security state, which is an 'out of control' and 'unconstrained' group of elected and unelected figures who collude to protect and serve powerful vested interests"  "It's heart lies in Washington, DC, but its tentacles reach out to Wall Street, Silicon Valley and over 400,000 contractors, private citizens who have top-secret security clearances. Like any other bureaucracy, it’s groupthink that drives the Deep State." (more…)

  • democracy [common-terms ]

    A rule of the majority. Derived from two Greek words (1) demos, meaning 'people', and (2) kratein, meaning 'rule'. This may sound much better than a monarchy, but either can be very destructive. Just a a tyrant can be ruthless to his people, likewise the majority can be ruthless to the minority groups. The flaw in a democracy is that the majority can never be restrained. If they do or do not want something, they get it. If someone can persuade the majority to want something then it will happen as well. A constitutional republic was the form of government set up in the United States by the founding fathers, not a democracy. Americans have grown accustomed to hearing that we are a democracy; such was never the intent. The form of government entrusted to us by our Founders was a republic, not a democracy.1 Our Founders had an opportunity to establish a democracy in America and chose not to. In fact, the Founders made clear that we were not, and were never to become, a democracy: (more…)
  • depopulation [common-terms ]

    One of the most difficult concepts for Americans to accept is that there are human beings dedicated to coercive population control and genocide. For more than a century the globalists have been promoting their NWO eugenics plan for a sustainable earth population of about a half billion people. The UN Agenda 21 spells it all out in graphic detail. This means within the next several years they plan to kill 13 out of 14 of us 7.2 billion people currently living and breathing on this planet. For decades they’ve been busily deploying both slower, “soft kill” methods as well as their faster, “hard kill” methods to drastically reduce the world population. The hard kill scenario manifests through war and both manmade induced natural disasters as well as naturally occurring natural disasters with a recent noticeable crescendo of activity of all these cataclysmic events. The Illuminati plan to reduce the supposedly overpopulated world, which they see as uncontrollable,  – to 500 million as engraved on the Georgia Guidestones. Their reason:  7.2 billion people are difficult to govern for their one-world government / Agenda 21 - even for their global army of 'Yes Men' and corrupted mercenaries who cannot think for themselves what is really going on. (more…)
  • disinformation [common-terms ]

    intentionally false or misleading information that is spread in a calculated way to deceive target audiences. The English word, which did not appear in dictionaries until the late-1980s, is a translation of the Russian дезинформация, transliterated as dezinformatsiya. Disinformation is different from misinformation, which is information that is unintentionally false. Misinformation can be used to define disinformation — where disinformation is misinformation that is purposefully and intentionally disseminated in order to defraud. Disinformation is a warfare tactic mainly used by governments. The purpose of disinformation is to discredit an enemy or political dissenters. It has been well documented that intelligence agencies in the past have been behind numerous successful disinformation operations. Intelligence agencies keep a very close eye on all activities and movements. The heads of intelligence agencies know very well that they are there to protect the elite at all costs. (more…)
  • divide and conquer [common-terms ]

    The idiom “divide and conquer” is said to have originated with the Latin maxim “divide et impera” meaning divide and rule. Julius Caesar used it in reference to defeating the Gauls during the Gaelic War. While its first usage in the English language began circa 1600, through the centuries it’s carried a commonly understood meaning.

    The retention of power by utilizing a deliberate strategy of causing those in subordinate positions to engage in conflicts with each other that weaken and keep them from any unified effort to remove the status quo force from power. This policy of maintaining control over subordinates or potential opponents by encouraging or causing dissent between them, thereby preventing them from uniting in opposition to pose any serious threat to the existing power structure is a very familiar story throughout history. It’s an age old formula having multiple applications, most commonly used in the political arena but also in the military, sociological and economic realm as well. (more…)
  • doublespeak [common-terms ]

    Doublespeak is a language that is alive and well in our world today. Doublespeak can refer to terms that are euphemisms (mild expressions designed to hide harsher or more direct ones), deliberately ambiguous (expressions designed to hide the truth) or actual inversions (outright lies which state the opposite of the truth). Although he never used the term doublespeak in his book 1984, many associate doublespeak with George Orwell. After all, it was Orwell who famously wrote that the motto of the totalitarian ruling party in 1984 was “War is Peace, Freedom is Slavery, Ignorance is Strength” – an example of an inversion. Orwell did however use the term newspeak to refer to a new kind of language which drastically reduced the scope of available words and terms, so as to concurrently reduce the scope of possible free thought among the ruled population. (e.g., "downsizing" for layoffs, "servicing the target" for bombing), Many doublespeak terms in the following list are oxymorons, meaning that the term itself is contradictory. Many hide the truth because it is too raw, unpalatable, uncomfortable or outright horrifying. It is vitally important we watch our language, because it plays a great part in how we shape our world and in how we create our reality. In many ways, by unconsciously using these terms instead of more accurate or truthful ones, we are quietly lying to ourselves, or at a minimum acquiescing to the process of being lied to and programmed. (more…)
  • Draconian [common-terms ]

    Draconian refers to the traditional Athenian law code allegedly introduced by Draco around 621 bce. Aristotle, the chief source for knowledge of Draco, claims that his were the first written Athenian laws and that Draco established a constitution enfranchising hoplites, the lower class soldiers. The Draconian laws were most noteworthy for their harshness; they were said to be written in blood, rather than ink. Death was prescribed for almost all criminal offenses. See all events tagged 'draconian'
  • dumbing down [common-terms ]

    A well informed and educated population is the last thing the globalist want as they prepare to bring the people through the greatest period of change in human history. To accomplish this they have systematically reduced the quality of education and have chemically reduced the IQ of the population by adding fluoride to the water and mercury or aluminum to the vaccines. Originally the term dumbing down was used as a slang expression in 1933 by film screenwriters to mean “revising [the script] so as to appeal to those of lower education or intelligence.” The most obvious example of how Americans have been dumbed down is through this nation’s failed public education system. At one time not that long ago America reigned supreme as a leading model for the rest of the world providing the best quality free public K-12 education system on the planet. But over the last many decades while much of the rest of the world has been passing us by, it seems an insidious federal agenda has been implemented to condition and brainwash a population of mindless, robotic citizenry that simply does what it’s told, and of course the brainwashing commences early in America’s schools. (more…)
  • eugenics [common-terms ]

    The science of improving a population by controlled breeding to increase the occurrence of desirable heritable characteristics. (Oxford dictionary)

    “Eugenics” comes from the Greek roots for “good” and “origin,” or “good birth” and involves applying principles of genetics and heredity for the purpose of improving the human race. The term eugenics was first coined by Francis Galton in the late 1800’s (Norrgard 2008). Galton (1822-1911) was an English intellectual whose body of work spanned many fields, including statistics, psychology, meteorology and genetics. Incidentally, he was also a half-cousin of Charles Darwin. Galton’s first academic foray into eugenics analyzed the characteristics, such as superior intelligence, of England’s upper classes and concluded they were hereditary; therefore, desirable traits could be passed down through generations (Norrgard 2008). Galton advocated a selective breeding program for humans in his book Hereditary Genius (1869): “Consequently, as it is easy, ….. to obtain by careful selection a permanent breed of dogs or horses gifted with peculiar powers of running, or of doing anything else, so it would be quite practicable to produce a highly-gifted race of men by judicious marriages during several consecutive generations.(more…)

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