What we have been seeing played out on the streets of America, particularly in large Blue State metropolitan areas and dense urban cities is classic planned chaos and the “Strategy of Tension.” Unable to dislodge Donald Trump by the Russiagate hoax or the malicious soft coup impeachment process, his sworn enemies, using COVID-19 as their pretext, have turned to the destruction of the economy by repressive lockdowns, creating mass unemployment and annihilation of small businesses, thus fracturing civil society. This week the Democrats, the deep state, and their complacent, compliant regime media pawns, have turned to an age-old psy/war strategy to be wielded as an ax against the president, insidiously using the weaponized corpse of the tragically slain George Floyd as the new rationale for these riots and insurrections.
Historically there has been a symbiotic correlation relationship between agent provocateur groups, infiltration by police informers, and the counter-terrorism forces of the deep state. The repressive security state has molded and used such witting (or unwitting) terrorist pawns or drones in covert activities to create a “strategy of tension” to instill fear and consolidate repressive power and control which would enhance strident calls for more intense police repression and clandestine surveillance of its subject general population. With countless decades of real-world experience and clinical research, masters of psychological warfare and mind control, expert manipulators and programmers of cult-like behavior, recruit those alienated arrested development post-adolescents and anti-social disillusioned vicarious thrill seekers who fit a susceptible psychological profile matrix and who relish vandalism, violence and destruction as a means of striking out at a world beyond the control of their misshapened lives. An ideological construct of direct action “anarchism” or “propaganda by the deed” is put forth as a purported justification for their aberrant thug-like terrorist behavior.
Here are additional resources on state-manufactured repression, terrorism and mind control to peruse: The Battle against Anarchist Terrorism: An International History, 1878-1934, by Richard Bach Jensen; “The United States, International Policing and the War against Anarchist Terrorism, 1900–1914,” by Richard Bach Jensen; “The International Anti-Anarchist Conference of 1898 and the Origins of Interpol,” by Richard Bach Jensen; Fire in the Minds of Men: Origins of the Revolutionary Faith, by James H. Billington; the novel Nineteen Eighty-Four, by George Orwell; The Search for the Manchurian Candidate: The CIA and Mind Control, by John Marks; Operation Mind Control, by Walter Bowart; “Lessons on Mind Control From the 1950s,” article by Sarah Marks and Daniel Pick; “The Wonderful American World of Informers and Agents Provocateurs, by Todd Gitlin; “The Origins of American Counterterrorism,” By Michael Newell; Terrorism and the Illuminati, by David Livingstone; Science of Coercion: Communication Research and Psychological Warfare, 1945-1960, by Christopher Simpson; Mind Control: America’s Secret War — Documentary, Bad Trip to Edgewood – Documentary; Mission: Mind Control — Documentary; and “Pussy hats, Black Lives Matter and Black Bloc: How to build power to counter Trump — America’s Dictator in the Making,” by Arun Gupta.12:15 pm on June 1, 2020