Posts Categorized: Parapolitics

On Trump: Trump and the Deep State / The Koch Brothers’ New Brand

Just read new and updated forewords to two important book-length studies about power in the US. Both were updated to put their considerable investigations in connection with the new Trump administration. The first book is by Prof. Peter Dale Scott, co-founder of the Peace and Conflict Studies program at UC Berkeley. He wrote a new… Read more »

On Trump: The Steele Report Echoing the Golitsyn Deception?

Ten days before the inauguration of Trump an anonymous bombshell intelligence report was published by Buzzfeed.[1] The report, written by former British MI6 agent and Russia expert Christopher Steele, alleges that 1) Russian intelligence has compromising material on Trump gathered when he visited Leningrad and Moscow a few years ago; 2) there were extensive and… Read more »

On Trump: The Aspiring Pathocrat

In previous posts I have commented on some of the psychological dynamics of Trump and the political dynamics of his followers. In this post I like to explore the rather dark territory of their interaction in rather clinical terminology necessary to get a sane and objective grip on this otherwise very disturbing phenomenon. I will… Read more »

The Controlled Demolition of WTC 1, 2, 7 and of its Official Explanation

In less time than the duration between American Airline Flight 11 crashing into World Trade Center One on September 11, 2001, and its total collapse 102 minutes later, one can experience the controlled demolition of the official version presented by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) of how the collapse allegedly happened through… Read more »

Bilderberg 2014: A Secretive Elite Wonders if Privacy Exists

If you are interested in studying parapolitics –i.e. the practice of attaining political ends through secrecy and covert operations by intelligence agencies, think tanks and private networks (Scott)–there might be no better group to look into as the “Bilderberg”, the annual 3-day conference in which the cream of the crop of the Atlantic power elite… Read more »

Entertaining, Type-II Error-prone, Axiomatic Skepticism: An Incomplete Form of Systemic Doubt

Review of “The Perks of Paranoia” (Video; 2013; 3.30 mins) by Christopher Griffin. Though the creator of the entertaining video, Christopher Griffin, used the fruitful idea of “hyper-active threat detection” derived from evolutionary psychology to explain the tendency of some hyper-active brains to see conspiracies where there are none, he is only giving a part… Read more »