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Emperyalistler, Hitler ve Propaganda

Birinci Dünya Savaşının galibi İngiltere'dir. İngiliz devletini yöneten unsur kraliyet hanedanlığıdır. Bilindiği gibi İngilizler, Almanlar, Hollandalılar ve Fransızlar gibi Cermen milletinin bir mensubudurlar.
Birinci Dünya Savaşından sonra Dünyayı yöneten unsurun Birinci Dünya Savaşının galibi ve baş aktörü olan ülkenin olduğunu anlamamız gerekir.
İşte bu İngiltere devleti, kendisinin bir uzantısı olan Amerikan devleti ve Almanya devletindeki bazı aile şirketlerini, şeytani tarikatları ve hükümet nezdindeki önemli kişileri kullanarak(ve ayrıca onları büyütüp, ünlü yapıp, sahneye çıkartıp ve sonrasındada besleyip), Devlet+Mafya-Tarikat-Gladyo sistemini İkinci Dünya Savaşı öncesinde ve sırasında kurmaya çalışmak istemiştir ve başarılı olmuştur.
Nasıl başarılı olmuştur ve bu Devlet+Mafya-Tarikat-Gladyo sisteminin içinde kimler var?
Devlet: İngiltere-Amerika.
Devleti Yöneten Hanedan(İngiliz/Cermen Milletine Hizmet Ediyor): Windsor(İngiliz Cermen Kökenli) ve Rothschild(Hazar Türk Kökenli) sülalelerinin karışımı
Mafya: Rockefeller-Rothschild-JP Morgan gibi sülale şirketleri
Tarikat: İlluminati, Mason, Bilderberg gibi şeytani tarikatlar
Gladyo: İngilizlerin kontrolünde olan Faşist İktidarlar: İngiliz Ajanı Kukla Hitler ve Kukla Nazi Devleti/Hükümeti, ve İngiliz Ajanı Kukla Stalin ve Lenin'in Sovyetler Birliği'nin Yıkımını Amaçlayan Yeni Sovyet Devleti/Hükümeti.
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Emperyalistler, Hitler ve Propaganda

Mesajgönderen TurkmenCopur » 04 May 2011, 17:54

PROPAGANDA

ONE TOOL OF PUBLIC CONTROL QUICKLY UNDERSTOOD AND WELL utilized by the Nazis of the Third Reich was propaganda. And even the definition of commonly used words can change. Many still remember when "gay" meant "happy."

The 1952 edition of The New Webster Encyclopedic Dictionary of the English Language defined propaganda as "The dissemination and the defense of beliefs, opinions, or actions deemed salutary to the program of a particular group; the propagation of doctrines and tenets of special interests, as an effort to give credence to information partially or wholly fallacious." A more diluted definition was given in the 1996 edition of The Reader's Digest Oxford Complete Wordfinder, which merely stated it was "an organized program of publicity, selected information, etc., used to propagate a doctrine, practice, etc." So, where the definition of propaganda once included allegations and false information, today it is just "organized" and "selected" information, of the type seen daily in the mass media.

A noteworthy component of propaganda is not just false or spun information, but the omission of critical material that is essential to enable the reader or viewer to place the presented information in a meaningful context. Critics see the single greatest failing of the modern corporate mass media as that while it daily bombards its audience with facts, figures, and statistics, it rarely attempts to bring coherence or meaning to this data.

"The media may not always be able to tell us what to think, but they are strikingly successful in telling us what to think about," stated media critic Michael Parenti.

Many people complain that the major media are superficial, conformist, and subjective in their selection of news. A Pew Research Center poll showed respondents who thought news reporting unfair and inaccurate ranged into the 60 percentiles. A survey by the news industry publication Editor & Publisher showed that journalists themselves do not disagree. Nearly half of its participants indicated their belief that news coverage is shallow and inadequate. "Much of what is reported as 'news' is little more than the uncritical transmission of official opinions to an unsuspecting public," wrote Parenti. Fox news commentator Brit Hume stated, "What [the mass media] pass off as objectivity, is just a mindless kind of neutrality." Hume added that reporters "shouldn't try to be objective, they should try to be honest."

Hitler understood propaganda intuitively.

He wrote in Mein Kampf:

"[O]ne started out with the very correct assumption that in the size of the lie there is always contained a certain factor of credibility, since the great masses of people may fall victim to a great lie rather than a small one, since they themselves also lie sometimes in little things but would certainly be too ashamed to tell a great lie. Thus, it would not enter their heads to tell a great lie, and they would not believe that others could tell such an infamous lie; indeed, they will doubt and hesitate; even after learning the truth, they will continue to think there must be some other explanation; therefore, just for this reason, some part of the most impudent lie will remain and stick, a fact which all great lying artists and societies of this world know only too well and therefore villainously employ."

Hitler was stating that most people are honest and would never tell a great lie; therefore, it is hard for them to believe that anyone—especially an admired leader—would tell one. This presents a great weapon to unprincipled officials.

For example, during the Nuremberg trials, Reichsmarschall Hermann Goering explained how to persuade the public to go to war. He told one of his interrogators, "Why of course the people don't want war. . . . That is understood. But after all it is the leaders of the country who determine the policy, and it is always a simple matter to drag the people along, whether it is a democracy, or a fascist dictatorship, or a parliament, or a communist dictatorship. . . . Voice or no voice, the people can always be brought to the bidding of the leaders. That is easy. All you have to do is to tell them they are being attacked, and denounce the pacifists for lack of patriotism and exposing the country to danger." Conspiracy researchers believe such methodology has been used on the American public.

Ubiquitous propaganda remains a prime method for controlling public thought and worldviews. The use of the public media to frame the issues of the day and bolster support for the government was quickly understood by Hitler and his top lieutenants. "It is no coincidence that the Ministry of Propaganda and Enlightenment became so important, or that Hitler was personally closest to Joseph Goebbels, the expert manipulator of mass opinion," explained Professor George Mosse, author of Nazi Culture.

In America today, there are thousands of persons working in the advertising agencies, public relations firms, and programming departments of the TV networks and cable/satellite channels—all under the command of their corporate owners—toiling unceasingly to present the corporate worldview to their viewers. They weave an electromagnetic "matrix" around our society, which is difficult to break with even for the most sophisticated and educated.

BY 2008, SIX multinational corporations controlled almost everything the average American reads, sees, or hears. The Internet has done a marvelous job of bringing alternative news and information but only to those who own and can use a computer. Everyone else is at the mercy of the corporate- controlled mass media.

A cursory look at the six major media corporations reveals:

♦ Time Warner Inc. made history in 2000 by its $112 billion merger with America Online. Time magazine, one of the corporation's media assets, noted, "The combination will be, for better or worse, the world's biggest media conglomerate. (Of which Time will be a part.) It's a vast empire of broadcasting, mu-sic, movies and publishing assets, complemented by AOL's dominant Internet presence, all fed to consumers, ultimately, through Time Warner's cable network. Think of it as AOL Time Warner Anywhere, Anytime, Anyhow. . . . Time Warner is in the tradi-tional media business; AOL is an Internet company. Because the two didn't overlap, antitrust lawyers saw no need for concern. But the more people looked, the more they thought this was not just a marriage of two companies in different arenas. It was potentially game changing." The AOL-Time Warner conglomerate involved twelve film companies, including Warner Bros.; multiplex theaters; Hanna-Barbera cartoons; the CNN network; the HBO cable system; twenty-four book brands, including Time-Life Books and Little, Brown and Company; fifty-two record labels and the Turner Entertainment Corporation, which includes the Turner Broadcasting System and four national sports teams; theme parks; and Warner Bros. studio stores in thirty countries. It is the leading magazine publisher in the world, with approxi-mately thirty periodicals, including Time and Fortune magazines. AOL-Time Warner president and CEO, Richard Dean Parsons, and at least one other director are members of the Council on Foreign Relations.

The Walt Disney Company, in a far cry from its Mickey Mouse origins, has grown into one of the largest media and entertainment corporations in the world. Disney now owns ABC TV network as well as the film studios of Walt Disney Pictures, Touchstone Pictures, Hollywood Pictures, MGM, Miramax, Buena Vista, and Pixar Animation Studio; magazines and news-papers; Disneyland and Disney World theme parks; almost twenty online ventures; six music labels; Disney Book; the ESPN, Soap, and Lifetime cable networks; Jim Henson's Muppets; and several baseball and hockey teams. "In 1998, ABC News discarded an investigative report that raised embarrassing questions about hiring and safety practices at Disney World," noted Leo Bogart, illustrating the dangers of cross-media ownership. Bogart is a Media Studies Center fellow and former general manager of the Newspaper Advertising Bureau.

♦ Viacom is a media conglomerate created from the remerging of Viacom and CBS Corporation in 1999. The corporation's properties include CBS with its two hundred affiliates, Blockbuster, Paramount Pictures, MTV Films, Nickelodeon Movies, Dreamworks, United International Pictures (a joint venture with Universal Studies), Republic Pictures, MTV and Nickelodeon cable networks, TV Land, CMT, Spike TV, VH1, BET, Comedy Central, book publishers, almost two hundred radio stations; and Infinity Outdoor, the largest advertising company in the world. According to the Center for Public Integrity, "Viacom broke U.S. rules controlling media ownership when it bought TV network CBS. Within a week, Senator [John] McCain had proposed a change to those rules. Viacom is McCain's fourth biggest 'career patron.' "

♦ Vivendi Universal, best known as one of the largest owners of privatized water in the world, also is one of the giant media/entertainment corporations. Through subsidiaries, Vivendi supplied water-related services to 110 million people in more than one hundred countries. Vivendi Universal Entertainment was created by the 2000 merger of Vivendi media with the French-based Canal+television and the purchase ofUniversal Studios from the Seagram Company of Canada. By 2006, with the sale of Vivendi Universal Entertainment to General Electric, it was reformed as NBC Universal. The corporation owns Universal Music Group, which holds 22 percent of the world's music market with labels like Polygram and Motown; TV series; movie theater chains; five Universal Studio theme parks; two mobile phone companies; Connex, a U.K. rail line; and Havas, the world's sixth largest advertising and communications group, which was renamed Vivendi Universal Publishing with its acquisition in 1998 (now known as Editis, it owns sixty publishing houses selling 80 million books and 40 million CD-ROMS yearly).

♦ News Corporation, a creation of Australian news magnate Rupert Murdoch, originally was incorporated in Australia, but in late 2004, it was reincorporated in the United States under the laws of the State of Delaware. News Corporation owns Fox TV, Fox News, and seven other U.S. news networks; Sky TV in the U.K.; Foxtel in Australia; Star TV, which reaches some 300 million Asian viewers; more than a third ownership in HughesNet, the largest American satellite TV system; 20th Century Fox movie studio; 20th Century Fox Television; Fox Searchlight Pictures; Internet properties including MySpace, Photobucket, Flek-tor, Grab.com, and IGN Entertainment; thirty-four magazines, including TV Guide; HarperCollins Publishers and seven other publishers; a global network of newspapers, including the New York Post, the Times in the United Kingdom, and the Daily Telegraph and the Australian in Australia; as well as several sports teams, including the Los Angeles Dodgers. With his media conglomerate reaching tens of millions each day, Murdoch remarked in an older News Corporation annual report, "Our reach is unmatched around the world. We're reaching people from the moment they wake up until they fall asleep."

♦ Bertelsmann AG, the world's largest publisher in the English language, is a multinational media corporation based in Guter-sloh, Germany, which employs more than 88,000 employees in sixty-three countries. Bertelsmann controls BMG Music Publishing, the world's third largest music publisher; in 2002, it bought the Internet music-sharing firm Napster; fourteen music labels, including Arista Records, BMG, RCA Records, RCA Victor Group, and Windham Hill; ten television networks; seven radio stations; five production houses, five newspapers; twenty-one magazines, including Family Circle, Parents, Geo, and Stern. Bertelsmann's real power comes from their ownership of publishing houses, which include Random House, Ballantine Books, Del Rey, Fawcett, Bantam, Delacorte Press, Dell, Delta, Spectra, The Dial Press, Bell Tower, Clarkson Potter, Crown Publishers, Harmony Books, Broadway Books, Doubleday, Doubleday Religious Publishing, Main Street Books, Harlem Moon, Alfred A. Knopf, Anchor, Everyman's Library, Pantheon Books, Vintage, The Modern Library, Random House Children's Books, Fodor's Travel Publications, Living Language, RH Puzzles and Games, RH Reference Publishing, and The Princeton Review, to name just a few. It also owns YES Solutions, a large provider of creative, media, and operational services. A partnership between Bertelsmann and Time Warner in 2002 produced Bookspan, the parent organization of Doubleday Entertainment, which directs the world's largest book clubs, including Arvato, Book-of-the-Month Club, Black Expressions, Children's Book-of-the-Month Club, Behavioral Science Book Club, Computer Books Direct, Architects and Designers Book Service, Country Homes & Gardens, Crafter's Choice, Discovery Channel Book Club, Doubleday Book Club, History Book Club, Intermediate & Middle Grades Book Club, The Literary Guild, The Military Book Club, Mystery Guild, Primary Teachers' Book Club, Scientific American Book Club, Science Fiction Book Club, and various foreign book clubs. In April 2007, Directgroup Bertelsmann acquired a 50 percent share of the Bookspan partnership.

Not publicly listed, Bertie, as Bertelsmann is sometimes called, is 76.9 percent owned by the Bertelsmann Foundation created by the German Bertelsmann and Mohn families. The remaining 23.1 percent ownership resides with the Mohns.

Heinrich Mohn, chief of Bertelsmann house from 1921 onward, was a member of a patrons group sponsoring the Nazi SS. During wartime, Bertelsmann had close ties to Goebbels's Reich Ministry of Public Enlightenment and Propaganda and published 19 million books, which made it the largest publisher for the German Army, according to the Independent Historical Commission for Investigating the History of the Bertelsmann House During the Third Reich (IHC), a group created in Britain in the late 1990s. In announcing the group's findings in 2002, chairman Saul Friedlaender, an Israeli historian, said, "Bertelsmann published a variety of papers and books that clearly had anti-Jewish bias." The group also found that Bertelsmann made indirect use of "slave labor" in some occupied countries. The IHC found that Bertelsmann particularly targeted wartime propaganda toward youngsters with series like Exciting Stories and the Christmas Book of the Hitler Youth.

Bertelsmann's history came under scrutiny in 1998, when the company took over Random House, the largest book publisher in the United States. In public announcements, the firm said it was closed down by the Nazis. The IHC, however, reported that this story was a "legend" and that the firm's closure in 1944 was more likely due to shortages of material than any subversive activities.

The IHC's report forced Bertelsmann chairman Gunther Thielen to publicly state, "I would like to express our sincere regret for the inaccuracies the commission has uncovered in our previous corporate history of the World War II era as well as for the wartime activities that have been brought to light."
Although Bertelsmann spokesman Tim Arnold said, "The values of Bertelsmann then are irreconcilable with the company today. The company is now a global player in the media industry," many Americans, especially World War II veterans, might wonder about the propriety of a German corporation once tied so closely to the Nazis controlling so much of their media. As has been noted here previously, many of today's wealthiest multinational corporations might deserve the same scrutiny as Bertelsmann.

IT HAS BEEN said that freedom of the press belongs to whomever owns the press, and when it comes to media ownership, the name of the game is money.
Like other major monopolies, money is the purchaser of influence for the communication corporations in Washington, D.C. A Center for Public Integrity (CPI) investigation of campaign contributions through November 2006 showed the communications industry has spent $486 million since 1997 to affect election outcomes and influence legislation before Congress and the White House.

Whose money is this and what has the American public gotten in return?

"Since the landmark 1996 Telecommunications Act, in which the cable industry promised that deregulation would stimulate market competition and lower monthly cable bills for all Americans, rates shot up 45 percent, nearly three times as fast as inflation. That same law relaxed the rules on ownership of radio, and since then the two largest companies have greatly enriched themselves, increasing their number of stations owned from 130 to 1,400. In 1997, broadcasters lobbied and received portions of the digital broadcast spectrum worth, according to some estimates, upward of $70 billion—for free. . . . With the past relaxed ownership and control rules, I have not seen any evidence to credibly suggest that the quality of information provided to the American people has improved, or that the values and commitment to serious journalism in this country have changed for the better," said Charles Lewis, former executive director of the CPI, in a 2003 talk at the Columbia University School of Law in New York City.

Lewis also explained how media companies win influence with lawmakers and regulators. "They do it the old-fashioned way, by using the time-honored techniques with which business interests routinely reap billions of dollars worth of subsidies, tax breaks, contracts, and other favors. The media lobby vigorously. They give large donations to political campaigns. They take politicians and their staffs on junkets. . . . Not only does the media aggressively lobby and contribute to the two political parties and politicians at the federal level, they also decide whose face and voice make it onto the airwaves. Such raw power provokes fear and trepidation in the political realm."

Lewis illustrated this power by noting that when President Clinton requested that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) provide free or reduced-cost television time to candidates, within days "the powerful broadcast corporations and their Capitol Hill allies managed to halt this historic initiative. In the Senate, incoming Commerce Committee chairman John McCain, the Arizona Republican, and Conrad Burns, a Republican from Montana and the chairman of that panel's communications subcommittee, announced that they would legislatively block the FCC's free air-time initiative. 'The FCC is clearly overstepping its authority here,' McCain declared."

Lewis concluded:

"So this is where we are. A regulated industry has a stranglehold over the regulator and its congressional overseers. Not a new story in Washington, I'm afraid, but one of the reasons Americans frequently distrust government, its officials, and its policies."

And has this tightly controlled news media brought us better coverage of the events and issues crucial to national well-being? Not according to studies by the nonpartisan Project for Excellence in Journalism. They found that "hard" news stories, which constituted more than half of all news reports thirty years ago, today have fallen to less than one-third. Furthermore, story content today has moved away from discussions of the political process, war and peace, and policy, to people, human interest, and news you can use. There is also increasing emphasis on scandal, the bi-zarre, and fear of the future.

Declining viewership and readership has become commonplace in the mass media and does not seem to overly concern corporate managers.

Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, publisher and board chairman of the New York Times Company, recently stated:

"I really don't know whether we'll be printing the Times in five years, and you know what? I don't care."

Increasingly, the attempt to present news objectively has given way to advocacy, which borders on sheer propaganda. According to a State of the News Media 2007 report by the Project for Excellence in Journalism, "A growing pattern has news outlets, programs, and journalists offering up solutions, crusades, certainty, and the impression of putting all the blur of information in clear order for people." Comparing programming today with "shock jock" radio talk-show hosts, the report stated, "The tone may be just as extreme as before, but now the other side is not given equal play."

Distraction, ignorance, and fear are integral parts of the fascist glo-balists' plan for a new American empire. Like Hitler before him, President George W. Bush has used both nationalism and middle-class moral values to gain the unquestioning allegiance of a large swath of the public.

Georges Eugene Sorel, a French conservative Socialist whose philosophical work provided a foundation for fascism, noted at the start of the twentieth century that all great political movements are generated by "myths," defined as the belief held by a group who believe themselves to be an army of truth fighting an army of evil.

The Nazis used the myth of Aryan brotherhood and superiority to create their National Socialist empire. In the United States, it has become the myth of America's God-ordained right to create an empire which has launched a worldwide war for American-style freedom and democracy. Today, numerous books and articles have been written about a new American empire—or Reich, in German. "No one can argue credibly that America today is not an empire.

Militarily, economically, and culturally, the United States wields a hegemonic influence unparalleled in world history," stated Jim Garrison, founder of the State of the World Forum and author of America as Empire:

Global Leader or Rogue Power?

The creation of this empire has been facilitated by the power of the corporate mass media, increasingly falling into fewer and fewer hands. The ownership of the corporations that today control the information available to the broadest portion of the public can be traced back to the same families and companies who backed Hitler.

Like Hitler, who sought to bring individuals alienated by the Industrial Revolution and Depression into a hive-like German Volk, or united people, the globalists who control America's mass media have attempted to bring citizens into one common worldview by the unremitting dissemination of homogeneous news and information. Networks and cable channels routinely accept reports from "pool" reporters, which results in many channels presenting the same version of the news. Furthermore, news content has increasingly been simplified down to the lowest common denominator; 60 Minutes correspondent Morley Safer argued: "I challenge any viewer to make the distinction between [TV talk-show host] Jerry Springer and the three evening newses and CNN." Only those who consciously tune in to alternative media or surf the Internet gain access to information differing from the party line.

Hitler achieved this conformity of thought among his followers through the use of radio, mass rallies, and meetings. Today, it is the corporate-controlled mass media that determines the worldview of most Americans. The corporate media owners, many of them members or close associates of the fascist globalists' secret societies, have learned the lessons of Nazi media manipulation well—i.e., simplistic catchwords repeated constantly with no real opposing viewpoints allowed. For example, at the time of the Iraqi invasion, the corporate media called the enemy "insurgents," defined as anyone who opposed the established authority. This, of course, meant Iraqis opposed to the U.S. occupation, but the term "Iraqis" did not fit well with government pronouncements about U.S. troops being well received by that nation's population. By 2007, the term "insurgent" was being superseded by the term "al-Qaeda" in an effort to connect fighting in Iraq to the attacks of September 11, 2001. This attempt came in the wake of President Bush's admission that neither Saddam Hussein nor Iraq played any role in the attacks. Likewise, the mass media long and loudly has trumpeted the term "War on Terror," with its attendant warnings to be watchful for terrorists trying to slip weapons of mass destruction into the United States, yet noticeably failed to report that even seven years after 9/11, no serious attempt has been made to secure the nation's borders. Official government pronouncements are merely broadcast uncritically, with very little effort to check their reliability.

Also, like Hitler, the directors of modern American viewpoints speak of a brighter and better tomorrow, yet constantly regale the public with images and evocations of great moments in history. The attacks of 9/11 initially were compared to Pearl Harbor, and President Bush early on garnered criticism for calling his War on Terror a "crusade," a term with ugly historical connotations. The sacrifices of wartime America during World War II were pointed to as models for the war against terrorism.

The Nazis brought complex social and economic issues down to one single concept—the Aryan German in a death struggle with the International Jew. Nearly the same concept is widespread in America—the freedom-loving American in a "war on terror" with Muslim fanatics. Such "us against them" mentality has been used by despots for centuries to rally populations behind them.

"Media manipulation in the United States today is more efficient than it was in Nazi Germany, because here we have the pretense that we are getting all the information we want. That misconception prevents people from even looking for the truth," said Professor Mark Crispin Miller of New York University, who specializes in propaganda and the media.

The arrogance of the Nazi mindset along with their accepted method for hoodwinking the public was voiced by an unnamed aide to President George W. Bush in 2002. In a New York Times Magazine article by Ron Suskind, this person referred to Suskind, and apparently all media reporters, as living "in what we [the Bush administration] call the reality-based community." Such persons, stated this presidential aide, "believe that solutions emerge from your judicious study of discernible reality. . . . That's not the way the world really works anymore. We're an empire now, and when we act, we create our own reality. And while you are studying that reality—judiciously, as you will—we'll act again, creating other new realities, which you can study too, and that's how things will sort out. We're history's actors . . . and you, all of you, will be left to just study what we do." This clearly echoes Hitler's stated belief that big lies repeated loudly and often will sway the masses of people more effectively than well-articulated arguments based on reason and facts. It also reflects the arrogance of the fascist globalists, those who feel they are somehow superior to others and that they alone are fit to rule.
This reach for empire—the "Future Belongs to Us" Nazi mentality— cannot be separated from its cultural context, for a nation's culture clarifies its worldview and sensibilities.

In describing Nazi culture under Hitler, Professor George L. Mosse might well have been describing popular tastes and prejudices reflected in America today. "The mass of people (and not just in Germany) do not like 'problem art.' Do not care for the distorted pictures of expressionists; they do not understand the searchings of such art. The same can be said about literature, indeed all cultural endeavor. People like their pictures simple and easily understandable and their novels should have gripping plots and large amounts of sentiment. The lowest common denominator of popular taste has a sameness about it which does not vary from the nineteenth to the twentieth century, or indeed from country to country."

As America's economic wheels slow in the New World Order's global economy, the poverty numbers have continued to rise, with an estimated 36.5 million impoverished persons counted in 2005, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. The bureau did note a three-tenths of a percent decline for the first time in a decade in mid-2006 but termed it "not statistically different from 2005." Meanwhile, America's middle class is being squeezed out. The percentage of middle-income neighborhoods in metropolitan areas like New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, and Washington, D.C., has continued to drop since 1970, according to a recent report from the Brookings Institution, as cited in the New York Times.

It would be wise to reflect on the words of psychiatric researchers Roeder, Kubillus, and Burwell as the U.S. economy threatens to topple, like that of post-World War I Germany: "In time of virtually universal economic ruin, it was far easier to sell an ideology which supported the extermination of the social and political—and, inevitably, economic— 'deadweight.' "

NO ONE QUESTIONS that the attacks of 9/11 were the result of a large conspiracy. The question has become: whose conspiracy was it?
A cursory count showed more than four hundred Web-site citations on Google, a major Internet search engine, in which Americans have drawn parallels between the attacks of September 11, 2001, and the Reichstag fire that launched Hitler's Third Reich—the destruction of a prominent national structure with the immediate affixing of blame on terrorists, the rapid passage of restrictive laws and the curtailment of civil liberties. But because of the tight corporate control over news and information in America, many citizens still have not been exposed to the controversies, contradictions, and unexplained events of 9/11.
Despite attempts by both government and corporate leaders to deny that the attacks were anything but what was claimed, separate national polls show a growing number of Americans have declined to fully accept the official explanation, which, when carefully examined, is nothing more than a conspiracy theory. In mid-June 2006, when questioned as to why Osama bin Laden's Most Wanted poster did not include any mention of the 9/11 attacks, Rex Tomb, FBI chief of Investigative Publicity, stated, "The reason why 9/11 is not mentioned on Osama bin Laden's Most Wanted page is because the FBI has no hard evidence connecting bin Laden to 9/11" (emphasis added).

The conspiracy theory accepted by the Bush administration and the corporate mass media contends that nineteen fanatical Muslims somehow overcame the $40 billion U.S. defense system, simultaneously hijacked four commercial airliners, managing to disconnect their transponders at approximately the same time, and crashed them into the World Trade Center towers and the Pentagon, with the fourth crashing in western Pennsylvania as the result of a revolt by the passengers—the entire operation conducted under the command of a Muslim cleric using a computer in a cave in Afghanistan.

Zogby International poll results released in September 2007 showed that 90 percent of persons on the East Coast and 75 percent of those in the western United States believe the attacks of 9/11 have been the most significant historical event of their lifetime. However, 65 percent of those polled gave President Bush's attempts to combat terrorism negative marks, a dramatic drop from those who supported his efforts just after 9/11. And despite the globalist control over the mass media, national polls, such as a September 2006 poll of more than 64,000 persons, have shown more than half the country has failed to buy into the official story of the attacks. Only slight mass media coverage was given to a Zogby poll conducted between August 24 and 26, 2004, on the eve of the Republican National Convention. The poll showed that almost one half of New York City residents (49.3 percent) and 41 percent of New York state residents believed that some national leaders "knew in advance that attacks were planned on or around September 11, 2001, and that they consciously failed to act." Despite the political implications of such an accusation, nearly 30 percent of registered Republicans and more than 38 percent of those who described themselves as "very conservative" supported this proposition. A September 11, 2006, MSNBC Question of the Day poll asked, "Do you believe any 9/11 conspiracy theories that indicate the U.S. government was involved?" An astounding 58 percent answered, "Yes, I believe there is evidence," with only 30 percent voting "No, that's ridiculous," and 11 percent stating, "I'm not sure." This means a whopping 68 percent were at least open to the suggestion that 9/11 was contrived within the U.S. government.

Much of this attitude was due to unanswered questions concerning the attacks, such as:

♦ Who was truly behind the creation of al-Qaeda, terrorists whose origins are connected to a Nazi intelligence organization and later the CIA? Recall it has been previously shown that al-Qaeda was taken over by Nazi intelligence before World War II and, after the war, passed by British intelligence to the American CIA.
♦ Who authorized the war-game exercises for the morning of September 11, 2001? Various exercises with names like Vigilant Warrior, Vigilant Guardian, Northern Vigilance, and Tripod II were being conducted by the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) and other government agencies that morning. According to Sergeant Lauro Chavez of the U.S. Central Command, these exercises included a scenario of hijacked commercial airliners being used to crash into prominent U.S. buildings, specifically naming the World Trade Center towers. Chavez, who worked with the command center's computers, also noted that false images called "inputs" representing hijacked planes were placed on military radar screens, causing much initial con-fusion. Chavez said, much to the surprise of the military, it was announced shortly before 9/11 that command over NORAD, normally a military position, had been assumed by Vice President Cheney.
♦ Who sent the Federal Emergency Management Agency's emergency response team and military rescue units to New York City as part of the Tripod II exercises the evening before 9/11?
♦ Who authorized the flight of more than two dozen members of the bin Laden family across the United States during the "no fly" period when Americans were not permitted to fly?
♦ If a Boeing-757 with a wingspan of 124 feet and a height of 44 feet hit the Pentagon, why did photos taken the day prior to the collapse of the west wall show only one hole, approximately 15 X 20 feet, in the ground floor, with no evidence of wings, engines, or wheel assemblies?
♦ Who told New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani to evacuate his temporary command center because the Twin Towers were about to collapse, as he stated to Peter Jennings of ABC News that afternoon?
♦ Why has no other steel-reinforced building in the history of the world collapsed due to only fire, and why did the firefighting industry publication Fire Engineering describe the FEMA investigation of the towers collapse as "half-baked farce"?
♦ Why has there been such controversy over what caused the symmetrical collapse of the forty-seven-story World Trade Center Building 7 at 5:25 P.M. on 9/11? Although it was not hit by airplanes, it fell neatly between the Verizon Building and the U.S. Post Office, neither of which suffered critical damage. Why did the official government study of the collapse of Building 7 conclude their "best hypothesis has only a low probability of occurrence"?
♦ Why did the short-selling of stock in American and United Airlines suggest foreknowledge of the 9/11 attacks, and why was it not properly investigated once it was learned these sales were made by persons connected to the CIA?

These comprise only a short list of the more pertinent questions that have not been addressed or adequately explained. Evidently, the "watchdog" mass media has been cowed by its corporate masters. Nor have these and many other questions been answered by any of the official government investigations, including President Bush's handpicked panel, the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks upon the United States, popularly known as the 9/11 Commission. Bush initially tried to appoint globalist Henry Kissinger to head his commission but was thwarted by public outcry.

The growing 9/11 Truth Movement, joined by many of the victims' families, remains divided in their view of the real conspiracy, sometimes referred to as LIHOP (Let It Happen on Purpose) and MIHOP (Made It Happen on Purpose). The LIHOP argument is that certain individuals within the federal government had foreknowledge of the attacks—more than a dozen nations, including Israel, Cuba, and even the Taliban in Afghanistan attempted to warn Washington of the coming attacks—yet did nothing to prevent them, as the attacks furthered their political agenda, while the MIHOP supporters took notice of the close relationships between the Bush and bin Laden families, as reported in the Texas media, as well as the role of Saudi Arabia and the CIA in the creation of al-Qaeda. They argue that the attacks were actually precipitated by elements within the U.S. government.

The controversy over the truth of the 9/11 attacks undoubtedly will continue for many years, but how long it will take before the corporate mass media are allowed to objectively investigate and report on this festering scandal is anybody's guess.

The major corporations that control the mass media, like the other corporations previously discussed, are for the most part filled with honest and honorable people. They, like most of their corporate superiors, are men and women with credible backgrounds. They are capable managers, but they have little inkling of who truly controls their corporate structure—i.e., the fascist globalists' banks and foundations that seek to control every major aspect of modern life, including energy, transportation, communications, education, religion, pharmaceuticals, and health.

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Kitap: Rise of the fourth reich
Yazar: Jim Marrs
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