Friday, December 24, 2010

Meme: Secrets Revealed

The predictive linguistics work at has been foretelling for many months that "secrets revealed" would start to become a dominant theme by this time. It began appearing as an unconscious meme in people's verbal output, as if to signal that the collective unconscious knew this was an emerging concept. The recent series of breaking stories caused by Wikileaks confirms that this was a predictive hit.

This is not to over-rate the impact of Julian Assange in particular; he may be the current poster boy for disclosure, but also may simply represent a breaking wave of what is to come. It's not even clear whether his motives are altruistic or whether he has been played by the PTB into taking on his current role.

In a recent interview with David Frost, Assange convincingly projected the image of a journalist fighting for the public right to know about secret policies adopted by governments, which would be strongly opposed if the public knew about them. He described the "tendrils" of the PTB reaching out to cause Swedish authorities to develop trumped-up charges of sexual misconduct, and reaching out to certain journalists to cause publication of details of the allegations from Sweden just prior to his bail hearings in the UK, details which hadn't been officially released and which journalists shouldn't have had access to. On the surface, this appears to be another case of character assassination carried out by certain journalists under secret directive, which is a common tactic of the PTB.

The reaction of certain American politicians has been reprehensible and hypocritical; The likes of Joe Lieberman and John Boehner have suggested that Assange is guilty of espionage and/or treason (treason against whom? He's not an American citizen). AG Eric Holder is reportedly reviewing possible charges to file for extradition once the Swedes are done with him. Question: If leaked documents implicate individuals in high places of criminal activity, should the Justice department just focus on nailing the messenger? Their supposed mission is to investigate wrongdoing, not cover up and protect it.

On the other hand, we must look at the fact that the Wikileaks releases thus far have been merely mildly embarrassing to certain diplomats and foreign heads of state. No major bombshells have been released, and apparently none of the documents were classified as secret. It is rumored and suggested that some bombshells are contained in the multi-GB encrypted file that Assange distributed. Could that be what worries Lieberman, Boehner, and fellow PTB minions? Is this why the Swedes and Brits have been directed to trump up reasons to arrest Assange? If so, why play games with this? If his main motivation is disclosure, why not release it all as soon as possible?

Another chilling possibility is that the PTB manipulated Assange to create the appearance of a "treasonous" and "dangerous" leak operation, in order to orchestrate a crackdown on Internet press freedom. Consider the fact that no real secrets have yet to be disclosed, but some politicians are already calling for a lynching and outright Internet censorship. Remember that one tool of disinformation used by the PTB is to release intentionally some true information, surrounded by a sea of half-truths and falsehoods. As we have seen in the field of Ufology, erstwhile "whistleblowers" disgorging "inside" information, have sometimes been planted by the PTB.

Julian Assange told David Frost that he used his own money to launch Wilileaks and had no profit motive. One interesting question to ask is where his money came from. Did he somehow come into money by some mysterious good fortune, just prior to launching Wikileaks?

The home page at recently displayed an illustration of an opening door, streaming light into a darkened room, containing books with such compelling titles as "Bildeberg Meetings" and "Bank of America". This obvious hint at things to come would be most fascinating to see, but the questions immediately raised are "When" and "Why not now"?

Regardless of what is forthcoming from Wikileaks, the genie is out of the bottle regarding the "Secrets Revealed" meme. This is a building force that the PTB will ultimately be unable to contain. The light will flood into darkened rooms everywhere, and public wrath will be increasingly difficult to contain.

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