Doing some research on all this weird 419 shenanigans. Any help is appreciated. /pol/ said I would have more luck here...
Trying to express it all at once is very overwhelming. There's so much. The massive amount of false flags, national/international events that have occurred on this date alone is boggling. I've followed links to rituals, television and mass media, public figures (both role models and scapegoats), religious texts from multiple religions, the Cross of Lorraine, Batman/Bateman, etc... It ultimately began not with 419, but with the strange shift that occurred in the media after the Writer's Guild Strike in 2007-2008. Hoping to get some help in focusing in on some specifics.
Certainly not. I plan on scanning all the pages of each notebook as they are filled and publishing them in much higher quality. I can post relevant pages as the discussion progresses. Anything in particular you are looking for?
From the index I have been keeping:
419, 911, April 19, Archetypes, Astrology, Bale (Christian), Blood Moon Tetrad, Book Enoch, Boston Marathon Bombing, Branch Davidian, Buddhism, Columbine, Cross Of Lorraine, Cross Of Salem, Crowley, Drugs, Exclusive Or, Fugue State, Gnosticism, Guns, Hindu, Israel, Keenan (Maynard James), King (Stephen), Knights Templar, Lennon, Lovecraft, Manson (Charles), Manson (Marilyn), Natural Born Killers, New Testament, Nietzsche, Numerology, Oklahoma City Bombing, Old Testament, Palmistry, Patriot's Day, Pig, Prime Quadruplet, Psalm 23, Quran, Relatavism, Robotics, Satanic Bible, School Shooting, September 11, Seven Deadly Sins, Video Game Violence, Virtual Reality, Writer's Guild Strike
If you are indeed aware of what I'm saying, then you know these are coincidences.
No, I have not done research at any point. What I'm saying is that these numbers and dates are coincidences, and that if you put a proper, arbitrary number in the right place you'll suddenly find something in common.
Star Trek is on it, hahahaha!
ST: TNG S04E19 is about virtual reality
ST: DS9 S04E19 is about virtual reality
ST: VOY S04E19 is about virtual reality
ST: ENT S04E19 is about alternate reality
You are living in the Matrix sir
OK, the Ted Kaczynski/Charles Manson connection anyone?
I literally have no idea what you want from any of us. Okay so...
/x/ and /pol/ have made threads about this recently? Who found out there was something weird going on? What kind of connection are you looking for?
Why can't it just be another Friday the 13th?
I've been working at this for about four or five months. Just hoping some of my notes will trigger someone and inspire more, since I'm starting to trail off on the many leads I've been finding.
I had this weird dream once about the universe's origin name being Olym, maybe you can check this out, I still have it written down in a notepad file somewhere, also I had a dream about this library filled with the ultimate information, I'll assume it was the akashic records disguised as a literal library so I could comprehend it better. I never had these kind of dreams before till I started listening to my sister's ex, the more I started to research the more I feel connected to astral shit. Quite the trippy shit. I think you're taking it to the top but maybe you'll find something op, if you don't try to breakthrough you rarely find anything worth the while.
I don't even want to bother reading any of this shit though. I have no idea what your motivation is. Is it just...lots of stuff happened on april 19th throughout history? That's all?
That is the index I have been keeping of relevant topics in the notebook, and thus the spiderweb I've fallen in. If there is something in particular you'd like me to post, I am more than happy to.
Not at all, though that date is quite relevant. Its also the numeral 419. Like I said, my research all started with the "changing of the guard" that was the Writer's Guild Strike of 2007-2008.
Nah it's all right, thanks, also could you re-scan this one, I find it a bit blurry and it's kinda difficult to read on it.
If it's not too much trouble. Also I'm archiving these for future reference, hijinks or not.
sorry for the low quality of my phone's camera. hopefully this is better
I promise, when the notebook is full, I dig out the scanner and publish this properly.
There was a drill that day, so they waited. They didn't have specific targets. Their main goal was to blow up the boiler room as first responders showed up to try and kill hundreds more.
If somebody wanted to find a REAL interesting date, just mathematically go backwards in time back to when the first day the world started turning then see what date that was...?!
>but with the strange shift that occurred in the media after the Writer's Guild Strike in 2007-2008
FUCK I'M NOT ALONE
i've been saying something fucky went down during that writer's strike for ages. i mean i used to express that to my siblings but they didn't care after the first year or so of me ranting. nobody else gives a shit about it irl
OP if you're still lurking pls respond
OP here: Thank you all for your input!
Could the strike have been a distraction to keep us from noticing a regime shift in mass media entertainment? The Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers has a rather large and powerful membership (including Disney, Weinstein Company, Fox, Sony, Warner Bros, etc...).
Also, the strike officially began on November 5. I know, I know... But still, COME ON, REALLY?
cant view link unless I am signed in or something. A popup comes up telling me to do all this shit, and i click x and then it goes to the home page....
For decades, a so-called anti-propaganda law prevented the U.S. government’s mammoth broadcasting arm from delivering programming to American audiences. But on July 2, that came silently to an end with the implementation of a new reform passed in January. The result: an unleashing of thousands of hours per week of government-funded radio and TV programs for domestic U.S. consumption in a reform initially criticized as a green light for U.S. domestic propaganda efforts. So what just happened?
Until this month, a vast ocean of U.S. programming produced by the Broadcasting Board of Governors such as Voice of America, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, and the Middle East Broadcasting Networks could only be viewed or listened to at broadcast quality in foreign countries. The programming varies in tone and quality, but its breadth is vast: It’s viewed in more than 100 countries in 61 languages. The topics covered include human rights abuses in Iran, self-immolation in Tibet, human trafficking across Asia, and on-the-ground reporting in Egypt and Iraq.
The restriction of these broadcasts was due to the Smith-Mundt Act, a long-standing piece of legislation that has been amended numerous times over the years, perhaps most consequentially by Arkansas Senator J. William Fulbright. In the 1970s, Fulbright was no friend of VOA and Radio Free Europe, and moved to restrict them from domestic distribution, saying they "should be given the opportunity to take their rightful place in the graveyard of Cold War relics." Fulbright’s amendment to Smith-Mundt was bolstered in 1985 by Nebraska Senator Edward Zorinsky, who argued that such "propaganda" should be kept out of America as to distinguish the U.S. "from the Soviet Union where domestic propaganda is a principal government activity."
Zorinsky and Fulbright sold their amendments on sensible rhetoric: American taxpayers shouldn’t be funding propaganda for American audiences. So did Congress just tear down the American public’s last defense against domestic propaganda?
BBG spokeswoman Lynne Weil insists BBG is not a propaganda outlet, and its flagship services such as VOA "present fair and accurate news."
"They don’t shy away from stories that don’t shed the best light on the United States," she told The Cable. She pointed to the charters of VOA and RFE: "Our journalists provide what many people cannot get locally: uncensored news, responsible discussion, and open debate."
A former U.S. government source with knowledge of the BBG says the organization is no Pravda, but it does advance U.S. interests in more subtle ways. In Somalia, for instance, VOA serves as counterprogramming to outlets peddling anti-American or jihadist sentiment. "Somalis have three options for news," the source said, "word of mouth, al-Shabab, or VOA Somalia."
This partially explains the push to allow BBG broadcasts on local radio stations in the United States. The agency wants to reach diaspora communities, such as St. Paul, Minnesota’s significant Somali expat community. "Those people can get al-Shabab, they can get Russia Today, but they couldn’t get access to their taxpayer-funded news sources like VOA Somalia," the source said. "It was silly."
Lynne added that the reform has a transparency benefit as well. "Now Americans will be able to know more about what they are paying for with their tax dollars — greater transparency is a win-win for all involved," she said. And so with that we have the Smith-Mundt Modernization Act of 2012, which passed as part of the 2013 National Defense Authorization Act, and went into effect this month.
But if anyone needed a reminder of the dangers of domestic propaganda efforts, the past 12 months provided ample reasons. Last year, two USA Today journalists were ensnared in a propaganda campaign after reporting about millions of dollars in back taxes owed by the Pentagon’s top propaganda contractor in Afghanistan. Eventually, one of the co-owners of the firm confessed to creating phony websites and Twitter accounts to smear the journalists anonymously. Additionally, just this month, the Washington Post exposed a counter-propaganda program by the Pentagon that recommended posting comments on a U.S. website run by a Somali expat with readers opposing al-Shabab. "Today, the military is more focused on manipulating news and commentary on the Internet, especially social media, by posting material and images without necessarily claiming ownership," reported the Post.
But for BBG officials, the references to Pentagon propaganda efforts are nauseating, particularly because the Smith-Mundt Act never had anything to do with regulating the Pentagon, a fact that was misunderstood in media reports in the run-up to the passage of new Smith-Mundt reforms in January.
One example included a report by the late BuzzFeed reporter Michael Hastings, who suggested that the Smith-Mundt Modernization Act would open the door to Pentagon propaganda of U.S. audiences. In fact, as amended in 1987, the act only covers portions of the State Department engaged in public diplomacy abroad (i.e. the public diplomacy section of the "R" bureau, and the Broadcasting Board of Governors.)
But the news circulated regardless, much to the displeasure of Rep. Mac Thornberry (R-TX), a sponsor of the Smith-Mundt Modernization Act of 2012. "To me, it’s a fascinating case study in how one blogger was pretty sloppy, not understanding the issue and then it got picked up by Politico‘s Playbook, and you had one level of sloppiness on top of another," Thornberry told The Cable last May. "And once something sensational gets out there, it just spreads like wildfire."
That of course doesn’t leave the BBG off the hook if its content smacks of agitprop. But now that its materials are allowed to be broadcast by local radio stations and TV networks, they won’t be a complete mystery to Americans. "Previously, the legislation had the effect of clouding and hiding this stuff," the former U.S. official told The Cable. "Now we’ll have a better sense: Gee some of this stuff is really good. Or gee some of this stuff is really bad. At least we’ll know now."
>Americans fully expect their government to be broadcasting propaganda and lies to foreign audiences
>only become worried about tyrannical imperialism when their government starts broadcasting the same material within the USA
Never change, 'Murrica. Never change.
Yeah I'm from outside the USA, and my opinion of Columbine amounts to basically "don't give two shits".
Your whole country has descended into a media-fuelled mass hysteria spiral since it happened, though, which could spell bad things for the rest of the world if it spills over your borders too badly.
My strongest opinion about the USA by far is that I just wish I could go a week or two without hearing your annoying fucking accents.
The way the Quee of England speaks is English without an accent. So yeah, we all do pretty much
It's hard to distinguish between all the mass shootings tbh. I had to google to remind myself which one Columbine was.
If you think any of this has meaning, you're probably batshit bro
Why, of course she has got no accent. She is german. Windsor is a name they made up in 1917 because the germans were not exactly liked in England. Her real name (and the real name of the entire House of Windsor) is Saxe-Coburg and Gotha.
not OP, just a puscifer fan. not sure what i get of the maynard reference, but the batman/american psycho connection is disturbing. i've read enough comics to know batman does not kill, but i guess he would if he was patrick bateman instead of bruce wayne. sorry OP if i'm way off, totally lost on the puscifer thing...
Hey OP, you still here? Why don't you scan all of the pages you have so far and then just add the other scans once you have the pages filled out? Then we could see all of the notebook.
Hey everyone! Thanks for the interest! I'm down to my last page and then it'll be time to dig out the scanner and put up some higher quality images of the whole notebook.
Man Overboard by Puscifer
The attached picture is from a different camera, but of the same notebook. The notes here are just me following some stuff on prime quadruplets.
For those that are curious, the following pages explores this a little further before going off into vortex-based math and some random notes on Nikola Tesla and Revelations 13:18.