A World Of Disinformation:
Ron: Those perplexed by Project Camelot's treatment of Dr Steven Greer (because of his refusal to concede that in his extensive research experience he has not found that there are ANY hostile or negative ETs out there working to control/destroy humanity etc) may find this article enlightening. Ditto for those who find George Green a strange choice for regular appearances on Project Camelot events and videos. It also explains the emphasis on WOO WOO fear generating interviews put on by Bill and Kerry.I also find it interesting that wikipedia were able to change their presentations on "Project Camelot" items OVERNIGHT. I have never trusted wikipedia as regards information that might impinge upon the interests of banksters, Jews, Khazars or the military/industrial, security state. Neither should YOU!
Project Camelot Exposed!
By Seasoned Observers of the Scene
Project Camelot was a genuine US Army project in 1964. Wikipedia gives a reasonably accurate, short description:
“Project Camelot was a social science research project of the United States Army in 1964. The goal of the project was to assess the causes of violent social rebellion and to identify the actions a government could take to prevent its own overthrow.”
If you can’t hit this one out of the ball park, you had better hang it up.
What if one modus operandi of the MATRIX control structure is to identify sore, social and political pressure points that are concerning growing numbers of people (UFOs, Black Ops, Black Budget, financial corruption, alternative energy, government cover-ups, the secret space program, etc.), and then establish Project Camelot-style operations (the U.S. military’s term) in the ‘alternative media’ to try to relieve that pressure by trotting out an endless succession of fake or tired “whistle blowers” – many of whom (most?) somehow will never manage to concretely, objectively, CONCLUSIVELY prove ANYTHING of much consequence, while simultaneously blowing a lot of hot air, ego, and disinformation smoke all over the place, thereby vicariously occupying the minds and time of large numbers of otherwise potentially politically active people with endless mystification, petty dramas, spectacular and inevitably unverifiable allegations, shadowy personages of uncertain identity, and so on, ad nauseam.
Among the key giveaways of such operations and operators is their ‘overnight’ sudden appearance and full-blown ‘presence’. First, the slick, well-funded website appears followed by the inevitable internet radio ‘truth’ program…of which there are countless hundreds now. Sometimes ‘conferences’ and seminars are organized usually staffed with the same old familiar information (and disinformation) merchants.
There are different tactics for quickly establishing a ‘name’ in such operations. The easiest technique is to spew out a string of relatively solid and sometimes new information to draw interest, establish some ‘buzz’ and credibility. Another method is to attack some of the established names in the alternative field, accusing them of being ‘agents provocateurs’, and baiting them into defending themselves, thereby wasting their time and energy. Yet another way is to accumulate a string of ‘names’ as writers and radio guests to add to the appearance of credibility. And there are other tactics, but ultimately, these operations give themselves away by gradually shifting away from covering provable fact and misdirecting people to nebulous areas of speculation, fantastic wild claims, and unfounded, fictional topics.
For those who still don’t get it:
Tea kettles don’t explode because they have a whistle on them that blows off steam when the temperature of the water rises. Got it? So the alphabet soup agencies put “social control valves” of various kinds on the societal tea kettle (think of the U.S. Army’s 1964 ‘Project Camelot’ study) so that when society begins to get upset at the rampant, malignant corruption in government, the societal tea kettle simply blows off steam through the “whistle” thingy instead of exploding in social unrest and a popular uprising.
So, the “whistle blower” gambit may deflect people’s attention from more serious matters by rendering people into passive observers of dramas that others stage for them to observe, as opposed to concretely, personally organizing their own direct social activity in policy areas that concern them. That is what, of course, the alphabet soup agencies absolutely do not want, because then people are no longer their passive, unquestioningly obedient, ignorant, compliant, dumbed-down, 1040 revenue-producing slave units.
Think creatively, and act courageously and nonviolently (because violence just feeds the MATRIX social control monster, see?). Enough fake, pretend “whistle blowing” by transparent, wannabe poseurs. Aren’t there any real American adults anymore?
Update : Project Camelot Morphs Overnight Into ‘Project Camelot’
Well, well. We simply had no idea.
After posting our Project Camelot story yesterday, within mere hours — yes, mere hours! — the Project Camelot entry at Wikipedia morphed before our very eyes from this (please see the Wikipedia cache here:
http://126.96.36.199/search/cache?ei=UTF-8&p=Project+Camelot+U.S.+Army &fr=yfp-t-701&=en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Project_Camelot&w=project+projects +camelot+u.s.+army&d=FreSaxlMTV7o&icp=1&.intl=us>http:// 188.8.131.52/search/cache?ei=UTF-8&p=Project+Camelot+U.S.+Army&fr=yfp-t- 701&u=en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Project_Camelot&w=project+projects+camelot+ u.s.+army&d=FreSaxlMTV7o&icp=1&.intl=us
into this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Project_Camelot
It’s now a two-fer, with a project bearing the very same name pancaked on top of the U.S. Army Project Camelot entry!
Who knew? Someone very quickly changed the Wikipedia Project Camelot page virtually overnight! Isn’t that way cool how Wikipedia can alter articles during the night while you’re sleeping? To think that Wikipedia might, well, it’s… how can we put it? — “unexpected,” yes, that’s the word.
In any event, we note that the “new” Project Camelot is very comfortably piggy-backed above the original U.S. Army “Project Camelot” entry. And we are puzzled — if the “new” Project Camelot” is not the U.S. Army Project Camelot (as it maintains that it is not) — then why, pray tell, has it so conspicuously and insistently pitched its tent on the U.S. Army’s “Project Camelot” Wiki page? Why doesn’t it make its own, dedicated page instead of installing itself on the U.S. Army’s Project Camelot page?
Is it so that when people go looking for the original U.S. Army Project Camelot they find the “new” Project Camelot instead? Curiouser and curiouser.
Last, but certainly not least, we can’t help but notice that the “new” Project Camelot concludes it’s perfunctory remarks with these words:
“Camelot does not provide proof…they rather share information for the individual to discern, the preservation of free will is of utmost importance and to provide indisputable evidence would undermine the project.”
Got that? — “to provide indisputable evidence would undermine the project.”
Oh, and why not mirror the cached U.S. Army “Project Camelot” Wiki page (see cached URL above), as well as the “updated” Project Camelot entry while both are available? Evidently things change literally overnight in Wiki-world.