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Beware what is left veiled

 by Julian O’Neill

Adam Curtis’ new film endorses the official 9/11 storyline.

I watched a recent Russell Brand blog dedicated to promoting Adam Curtis’s new documentary, ‘Hypernormalisation.’

I was familiar with Adam Curtis’s earlier films, the first I ever saw being The Century of the Self, where he introduced me to the influence in modern history of master of propaganda, Edward Bernays, so I watched his latest offering with interest, but was really disappointed, even jaw-dropping shocked. To me it is utter disinfo  of the deepest kind, because it is pretending to expose disinfo and mind-control whilst also doing the very same! Disinfo being the presenting of some element of truth whilst hiding the essentials.

It is a cherry-picked journey where he argues how suicide bombing was an invention of Islamic fundamentalism, encouraged by the former leader of Iran, Ayatollah Khomeini. Then he carries this theme to the only showing in his film of the ‘dramatic’ 9/11 attacks which he concludes with his typical voice-over-narration-style:

“The attacks in September 2001 of suicide bombers, but now on a huge scale.”

Here he completely is agreeing with the official story of 9/11! He doesn’t qualify this statement with any evidence, or seemingly any knowledge of the vast amount of information which shows 9/11 to be a false flag.

In other words, whilst purporting to unveil the State and trans-state agenda of ‘Perception management’ he is doing the same by instilling this official propaganda into the viewers psyche watching his film about ‘hypernomalisation’ (‘fake reality’).

Later in the proceedings he even promotes the lie that Osama bin Laden was behind the 9/11 attacks thus securing this un- mentioned fake reality that 9/11 was/is how it has been officially portrayed.

An ongoing theme throughout is the presented scenario of hapless western politicians not knowing any more “what to do to make the world a better place”, and of a general apathy overcoming ‘radicals’ and activists who escape into fanatical concerns for their physical body development, and/or escape into cyberspace where they can be free from political concerns. Curtis illustrates perception with clips from the ’80’s film ‘Tron’ about a computer programmer who escapes nto a virtual cyberspace world. No mention that for the most the intelligent amongst the ‘radicals’ etc, they had had no alternative BUT to seek the internet rather than mass media to investigate 9/11, or 7/7 (which he doesn’t even mention!) etc etc etc, because mainstream media would and will not touch it, and any talk of challenging the official story of 9/11 etc is called by it ‘conspiracy theory’ to ridicule and denounce such investigation.

‘Perception Management’

Adam Curtis does earlier on mention how it was with the Reagan administration his ‘advisors’ introduced the concept of ‘Perception Management’, as though this strategy only began in the 1980s. Omitted was any knowledge of the much earlier President Kennedy assassination which researchers like James Shelby. Downard and Michael A. Hoffman referred to as a gruesome Masonic ritual specifically designed to manipulate the perception of the American public:

“…the ultimate purpose of that assassination was not political or economic but sorcerous: for the control of the dreaming mind and the marshaling of its forces is the omnipotent force in this entire scenario of lies, cruelty and degradation. Something died in the American people on Nov. 22, 1963 — call it idealism, innocence or the quest for moral excellence. It is the transformation of human beings which is the authentic reason and motive for the Kennedy murder…”

And later in Adam Curtis’s film there is the confusing jump to the implication that it was President Putin’s Russian and a group of men called ‘political technologists’ who seeing the ‘helplessness’ of the West were inspired to use political theatre to confuse the Russian public as to what is real or not real.

A Vladislav Yuryevich Surkov was employed, chief protagonist of an avant garde-inspired theate of ‘reality management’, and advisor for Vladimir Putin would, via Kremlin money, fund all seemingly diverse  groups, and even political parties that were in conflict with each other, and some against Putin himself, but as Curtis emphasizes: ‘the key thing was that Surkov let it be known this was what he was doing which meant no one knew what was real or fake in Modern Russia.” IE a divide and control strategy something ‘our lot’ know only too well.

 So missing from Adam Curtis’s research, like a gigantic Elephant in the room, is any, even a gist, hint, of any knowledge of the shocking pervasive occultism surrounding these blood rituals like ‘9/11’. Only rare researchers like S.K.Bain go into it, in his book The Most Dangerous Book in the World, as have the authors mentioned above.

You simply cannot look into this deep subject whilst either being ignore-ant of or in denial about this reality, however strange it may seem!

This film is interestingly edited along with soundtrack, and drops some useful knowledge, but is still to MY perception limited-hangout disinformation.