Mike Krieger Presents "The Playbook"

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Submitted by Mike Krieger of KAM LP

 

It's like a ride in an amusement park and when you go on it you think it's real, because that's how powerful our minds are. The ride goes up and down, round and round, it has thrills and chills, and it's very brightly colored and it's very loud. And it's fun for a while. Some have been on the ride a long time and they begin to question: Is this real, or is this just a ride? And others have remembered and they come back to us and they say: Hey, don't be afraid ever, because this is just a ride. And we kill those people.

Shut him up, I've got a lot invested in this ride, shut him up. Look at my furrows of worry, my big bank account, and my family. This has to be real. It's just a ride, but we always kill those good guys who try to tell us that and let the demons run amok. But it doesn't matter because it's just a ride and we can change it anytime we want. No job, no savings money, just a choice right now between fear and love.

- Bill Hicks 1961-1994 (great quick little clip here

The Playbook

It was always going to be a scary thing when the American Empire decided to turn its sights inward.  Americans like to look at “shock and awe” and cheer.  They think murder is fun and games.  They think we are winning when we lose a little bit more with every new bomb we hurl.  They think we are killing “the enemy” when in reality we are killing ourselves.  The truth is that all the shadow government in the U.S. (you know the unelected guys that never leave and tell the elected guys what to do) has been doing is what corrupt elites have been doing since the beginning of time.  Protecting their commercial interests.  While many here in the United States have been lulled back into another complete coma state by the garbage that spews from the television set and a stock market that marches higher every day with no volatility, the shadow government is using this time wisely.  They are passing laws such as the NDAA, which as we know allows for the indefinite detention of American citizens without trial.  In case you haven’t seen some of the commentary by several Senators on the matter take a quick look for yourself http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xytHJRmY0PI.  Joseph Lieberman is one of the most despicable and downright evil Americans to have ever “served” this country. 

Beyond the NDAA, TPTB are rushing to silence the thing they fear the most.  The internet.  As I have said for years now, the internet is the game changer and the reason I believe TPTB cannot win this fight using the same strategies that have been used by immoral control freak elites since the dawn of human civilization.  This is because the “playbook” has been exposed.  There are many plays in this book, and over the years I have outlined many of them, but the two that they like the most and the ones we need to be most aware of are.  1) Divide and conquer. 2) Problem, reaction, solution. 

First to divide and conquer.  This is employed mostly within the U.S. on geographic lines.  These are represented by the “coasts” and the “heartland.”  These different segments of the population are then divided into different political parties, the Republicans (red team) and the Democrats (blue team).  As I have demonstrated time and time again, and as is readily apparent if you are paying any attention whatsoever, these particles are identical on all of the major issues although they talk a big game during the election season.  As of late, people have started to realize that on the big issues they are the same so here is where the all important “social issues” come into play.  TPTB could not be happier than Santorum is doing well in the Republican primaries.  Why?  He is a big government Republican just like that last thug we had in the White House before the current banker puppet.  Santorum is extremely divisive.  They LOVE that.  He gets people riled up on social issues which then shoves the people reluctantly back into their respective teams like good little proles.  Think about it.  Santorum’s big issue is birth control.  I mean really?  Anyone that falls for this game gets what they deserve I suppose, but my role is to show you the game.  Remember, it is Ron Paul that doesn’t fit into any mold.  Ron Paul is someone that unites rather than divides.  He reminds America that we are one culture based on one Constitution (remember Justice Ginsberg publicly stated her disdain for it recently http://communities.washingtontimes.com/neighborhood/talking-sense/2012/f...).  This is why they hate him.  This is all very intentional.  Speaking of which, here is a great summary of politics in America today http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fOaCemmsnNk.  It is no surprise that shortly after he aired this segment his show was canceled.  1.2 million views already though.  Not too shabby.

So now onto Problem, Reaction, Solution.  This was employed in the U.S. in 2008 to consolidate power at the top by bailing out the elites and bankrupting the rest of us.  People instinctively know this, hence the emergence of the Tea Party movement and then OWS this summer (notice how they used divide and conquer tactics on the population as soon as each of these movements came onto the scene).  So as we know back in 2008 the “problem” was financial crisis, the “reaction” was plunging financial markets and total fear on behalf of the population, while the “solution” was bankster bailouts and the a further consolidation at the top.  The Federal Reserve now has more power and the Too Big To Fail banks are a bigger part of the financial system than they were before.  How’s that for a solution!

In any event, they are not done with this playbook by any means.  We need to look to Europe now to see what TPTB have in store for us.  This is the consummate problem, reaction, solution game being played for all the marbles.  First, you get the problem “spiking interest rates for the peripheral countries.”  Then the “reaction,” financial panic and fear.  Finally the “solution.”  The placement of unelected technocrats as the leaders of Greece and Italy with ties to all the power structure’s institution such as the Trilateral Commission, the Bilderberg group and of course Goldman Sachs.  It is like a coup that takes the shadow government from the shadows and puts them in your face.  The reason that this is so key is because we are next.  They don’t want to roll up everything at once.  If they can get Europe safely consolidated then they will move here.  That is when interest rates in the U.S. will spike (problem), and we get panic (reaction) and then the solution (bankster technocratic committees in charge and the IMF to the rescue, ie loss of sovereignty).  This is the plan and I see it as clear as day.

The Internet                      

So back to the internet.  Just because what I outlined above is the plan it doesn’t mean it will succeed.  Although many will disagree, I am 100% convinced that TPTB are way behind schedule and experiencing considerably more problems than they thought in implementing their agenda.  I also think the internet is the main reason for their issues.  The internet is the printing press on steroids.  In fact, it may be the most significant event to have ever happened in the evolution of humanity as a species in the last 5,000 years.  What has been done since the days of Babylon is tiny groups of elites have been able to control populations and dominate them via the “playbook.”  The other thing they use is advanced technology that they do not share with the public, but that is another topic entirely.  In any event, the internet allows us to connect like never before and expose their tactics and criminality in a way that was unimaginable in prior eras.  Humanity is using it to connect with one another and we are saying to each other: “hey, my government tells me you are my enemy and I should hate you but you are just like me.  You have fears and dreams and all you want is to be happy and live a good life.  Maybe my government and your government are actually the problem.  We shouldn’t hate each other.  We should get rid of the bastards manipulating us.” 

That is why they want to censor the internet, but it is too late.  The cat is out of the bag and they have lost.  However, they will keep trying until they kill themselves because they are not used to losing.  Did you catch the recent article from the Wall Street Journal about how the UN is trying take over monitoring the internet.  Yep, it’s all right here.  http://online.wsj.com/article/SB1000142405297020479240457722907402319532...
   
Coming to America: 30,000 Drones

Did you know that a bill passed two weeks ago that allocates $63 billion to the FAA to increase the existence of drones operating in U.S. airspace to 30,000 by the end of the decade.  Here is an article on it http://digitaljournal.com/article/319564#ixzz1nD1SasR3.  To all those that say things are “getting better” I say watch what they do not what they say.  What the shadow government is doing is scrambling like little rodents to get the police state fully in place for the inevitable unraveling of this sick world they have created and to protect the fruits of the theft they have committed.  Watch what they do not what they say.  Watch closely.  

Quick Market Commentary

I actually can’t believe the nonsense I am hearing lately from people in the financial markets lately.  People that know better.  People are definitely drinking the kool-aid again in this business.  Now I am not saying that means a stock market crash is imminent since they can create all the counterfeit fiat money they want and goose things further.  What it does tell me is that something is coming.  Could be a bond event.  Could be a precious metals explosion.  Could be a false flag terror attack followed by war with Iran.  I don’t know, but something is coming that will wake people up violently and suddenly.  Liquidity always makes people lose their heads because at the end of the day we are herd creatures.  Take all of this how you want but I have noticed this change.  Go back to sleep America.

31 inches in the last seven days up here in the mountains.  I’ll be riding powder tomorrow.

Peace and wisdom,
Mike

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trav7777's picture

fuck Mike Krieger

Pladizow's picture

Take your meds, Trany666!

BaBaBouy's picture

YIKES ...

 

"" Coming to America: 30,000 Drones ""

 

Here Come Da Money Changers...

AnAnonymous's picture

"" Coming to America: 30,000 Drones ""

To be added to the millions of sheeple...

If you like US citizen propaganda, that is.

Comay Mierda's picture

"" Coming to America: 30,000 Drones ""

target practice, dont need skeet anymore lol

ratso's picture

Mike Kieger is just another lunatic fringe wingnut.

 

Booo!! Mike Krieger

Manthong's picture

We need a law that pegs revolving credit and student loans to a point or two above the Fed rate.

All existing and future credit.

That will hoist the MF's on their own pitard.

whstlblwr's picture

"Ron Paul that doesn’t fit into any mold. Ron Paul is someone that unites rather than divides. He reminds America that we are one culture based on one Constitution. This is why they hate him."

"They" hate him too because he probably is clean as a whistle.

Hey CIA don't you like your men with skeletons? bet Romney's got some crazy shit.

FBI here is your chance to rid scourge of the earth.

JW n FL's picture

 

 

Exposed: Massive Israeli manipulation of US media

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MXgSynE5Jyw&feature=g-all-u&context=G2082bfdFAAAAAAAAAAA

 

http://www.irmep.org/

 

http://irmep.org/ila/

 

 

http://vimeo.com/22314781

04/06/2011 - On April 6, Grant F. Smith presented a comprehensive review of the US-Israel Free Trade Agreement to the Finance and Economics Council at the University of Rochester. Using a slide show of declassified documents and charts, Smith revealed how secret agreements and a joint Israeli embassy/AIPAC covert operation undermined US industries and the trade negotiating process. New quantitative analysis and disclosures reveal the US-Israel trade agreement is actually a $10 billion/year foreign aid program. Smith also discusses how major omissions in Dan Senor and Saul Singer's 2009 Council on Foreign Relations book Start-up Nation: The Story of Israel's Economic Miracle undermine their two major findings: that perpetual conflict gives Israel a comparative advantage and that the US should reinstate conscription in order to match Israel's entrepreneurial output. Vimeo

08/19/2010 - On August 19, RT International live from Moscow interviewed Grant F. Smith about newly declassified Senate investigation files of illegal Israeli public relations activities in the US. They contrast the odd parallels between Israel's efforts to divert attention away from the Dimona nuclear weapons facility to current PR efforts to shape public opinion about Iran's civilian nuclear program. Youtube

07/07/2010 - IRmep held a panel discussion at the International Spy Museum in Washington, DC titled "Israel's Nuclear Arsenal: Espionage, Opacity and Future. Video streaming and download at the Internet Archive.

02/08/2010 - PressTV interviews IRmep director Grant F. Smith about the Israel lobby's history of challenges to rule of law and governance in the United States. "Autograph" with Susan Modaress reviews key findings from the book "Spy Trade". Youtube or Download WMV

02/27/2009 - "Empire" on Al Jazeera English presented by Marwan Bishara Empire - Part 1 (25 min) US policy in the Middle East and the "Special Relationship" with Israel. Avi Shlaim, Aaron David Miller, Adam Shatz, Ilan Pappe, MJ Rosenberg, Harry Lonsdale, Earl Hilliard, and Grant F. Smith. Empire - Part 2 (22 min) The forced neoconservative convergence of US-Israel strategy in the Middle East through the post 9/11 "war on terror". Avi Shlaim, Jim Lobe, Anotoli Levin, Stephen Walt, and Hani Shukrallah. YouTube.

12/18/07 - INN World News host Leonard Charles discusses the history of AIPAC and likelihood that the case will never go to trial with Grant Smith. Download WMV

11/21/07 - PressTV Book Review "Foreign Agents: The American Israel Public Affairs Committee" Martin Short, a British author and producer, Tim Llewellyn the BBC's Middle East correspondent for nearly a decade, and Abe Haim, of Architects and Planners for Justice in Palestine sat down to discuss the book "Foreign Agents". Download WMV

9/28/2007 - Voice of America discussion about the UN General Assembly. Download WMV

02/23/07 - "Visa Denied: The Opportunity Cost of Discriminatory Visa Policies" On February 23, Grant Smith discussed the newly released report "Visa Denied: How Anti-Arab Visa Policies Destroy US Exports, Jobs and Higher Education on ViewPoint with James Zogby Download WMV

02/23/07 - Voice of America Panel Discussion: Why the US is not considered an "honest broker" in the Middle East conflict. Download WMV

02/09/07 - Al Jazeera report on IRmep's "Visa Denied" book. Visa denials to Arab League visitors has caused an estimated $101 billion dollars in losses to manufacturing industries in the US. Losses for travel and tourism are approximately $1.8 billion. Higher education, which is not usually considered a service export, has had losses of around $2 billion which is equivalent to 9,000 jobs. This is problematic because the Arab market is extremely attractive to the United States. It has grown in terms of import demand from approximately $170 billion at the beginning of this century, or rather, the year 2000, to over $345 billion dollars estimated for this year. Download WMV

8/11/2006 - ViewPoint with James Zogby. Download WMV

2/3/2006 - Voice of America. Download WMV

01/6/2006 - Voice of America. Download WMV

5/14/2005 Voice of America. Download WMV

11/17/2004 - National Press Club Forum - The new Syrian and Saudi Accountability Acts represent unique Congressional forays into the executive branch's traditional authority over US foreign affairs. What is the potential long-term diplomatic and economic impact of accountability acts on the United States and its relations with the international community? What evidence and justifications underlie the acts? How are American national interests served? Which lobbies and interest groups seek these acts? As the U.S. Congress sets preconditions for relations with Middle East nations based on violations of international laws and resolutions, should a regional balance be sought in order to increase US credibility? Should relations with Israel also be subject to an accountability act? Real Video Stream

11/25/2003 - IRmep Capitol Hill Forum - Rayburn Congressional House Office Building - Discussion of the neoconservative "Clean Break" plan for war in the Middle East and negative consequences for the United States. Stream from C-SPAN. Download WMV

 

CompassionateFascist's picture

Krieger offers 2 names that say volumes: Zionist pol Lieberman and Red lawyer Ginsberg. YKW: 2 tentacles of the same warmongering, globalist Tribal Squid.

clymer's picture

Trav and Ratso like to pump each other

Cathartes Aura's picture

just a tad disingenuous there, as you, and Mike, well know. . .

as is naming something you believe doesn't personally affect you a "social issue" - nice wave-of-the-hand dismissal - "social" is for the silly people, not the SERIOUS people, right?

Ron Paul has many good "selling points" - but to purposefully ignore his full belief system highlights the whole voting charade for what it truly is. . .

Sanctity of Life - Bill Hicks

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KaXbBNDwa5Q

clymer's picture

Is your link supposed to imply that Ron Paul only loves unborn children and not the rest of the people that inhabit this old rock? Because if it is, it is you that is disingenuous.

Maybe a little clarity would help from giving you a down, red arrow

 

Cathartes Aura's picture

my post was in reply to the quote from the OP that "Ron Paul unites rather than divides" and goes on to refer to Santorum as "getting people riled up on social issues" like "birth control" while Paul "reminds America that we are one culture based on one Constitution" - that  his Sanctity of Life seeks to change favouring a religious belief which IMO has no place in the governing of people forced to be citizens. 

calling for amendments to the Constitution which will redefine a zygote, and allow "law enforcement" over a woman's body a "social issue" is offensive to me, as I stated.

I chose the Bill Hicks link for rather obvious reasons - he's the lead in to the article, he gets major props from readers here - and he had an opinion on Sanctity of Life proposals. 

is that enough clarity for you?  I'm absolutely nonplussed by "down, red arrows" - on this subject, here, I fully expect them.  doesn't stop me from adding my opinions to the mix.  this is Fight Club, amirite?

/shrug.

lineskis's picture

"30,000 drones in American skies"?

They are just about to give Anonymous the firepower they need... It's not a bullet in the foot, it really is a bazooka in the 4$$... These guys really learn nothing...

ilion's picture

I'm really stupid. Could anybody explain to me how come crude oil rallies and we have SP500 up 3 points? This market is getting just absolutely ridiculous. I bet that old fart Ben Shalom is laughing as I write this.

Mr Lennon Hendrix's picture

The destruction of fiat currency is raising all asset prices, and yes, BS Bernanke is laughing.

mrgneiss's picture

Wow, finding it impossible to load that website.  Not much of a surprise when looking at a cached copy and stumble across articles like this:

http://newworldorderreport.com/News/tabid/266/ID/9571/How-to-Remove-Your-Google-Search-History-Before-Googles-New-Privacy-Policy-Takes-Effect.aspx

clymer's picture

So Trav, what's your beef with Krieger anyway?

mrgneiss's picture

If anyone is interested, I found the "33 Conspiracies that turned out to be true" article somewhere else, good read:

http://tulsachange.com/33-conspiracy-theories-that-turned-out-to-be-true-what-every-person-should-know

This long video looks promising as well, but haven't watched it yet, "Core of corruption":

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_9uB64ghcq8

forexskin's picture

thanks very much for that. i just sent it to everyone i know.

JW n FL's picture

 

 

SMG

Because there really are no conspiracies, so any one who talks about one must be crazy, right?

http://newworldorderreport.com/News/tabid/266/ID/980/33-Conspiracy-Theories-That-Turned-Out-To-Be-True-What-Every-Person-Should-Know-Updated-Revised-and-Extended.aspx

 

 

Back at ya Bro!! Thanks for the GREAT! LINK!!

 

Exposed: Massive Israeli manipulation of US media

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MXgSynE5Jyw&feature=g-all-u&context=G2082bfdFAAAAAAAAAAA

 

http://www.irmep.org/

 

http://irmep.org/ila/

 

Mr Lennon Hendrix's picture

Mike may have decent intentions, but he always starts these missives off with quotes he doesn't explain, which is an elementary way to write, and, not sure if I should blame him though, is somewhat responsible for Max Keiser using the Buy Silver, Slam JPM's Short Position movement which began here, on Zero Hedge.

What I want to know is , where is Mike's allegence?  He often comments in interviews about his posts here, on Zero Hedge, but does he stand above us, only to shout down the mountainside about what we should do?  Or does he stand with us? 

Considering I have once heard Max Keiser mention that the Buy Silver movement started here, I guess he is off the hook (although, IMO, Max should mention Zero Hedge almost everytime he says "Buy Silver").  But Mike, the man who is said to have leant Max the meme, has never once mentioned the movement.

So once again we get a missive from Mike.  Mike who lords above us.  Personally I feel that if Mike and Max had any respect for Zero Hedge they would show it by not parading the site around like a call girl, but instead would understand that Zero Hedge is above any of us, especially them.

BUY SILVER; DESTORY THE FIAT PONZI

tekhneek's picture

"Vigorous writing is concise. A sentence should contain no unnecessary words, a paragraph no unnecessary sentences, for the same reason that a drawing should have no unnecessary lines and a machine no unnecessary parts. This requires not that the writer make all his sentences short, or that he avoid all detail and treat his subjects only in outline, but that every word tell."

I don't read his shit, ever. It's too goddamn long.

At least he has good taste in comedians.

R.I.P Hicks, you were the best, we could use your observant and charismatic personality to sort through a lot of this chaff today.

Cathartes Aura's picture

writers who get paid "by the word" or length of article is where this annoying trait comes from - the worst are authors who have an idea & pad it out to booklength to get the publishing royalties. . .

I've learned who to read, and who to skim. . .

fnord88's picture

"I don't read his shit, ever. It's too goddamn long."

 

Jesus fucking christ are you serious? So you never read any of the classics either? Math is hard too, maybe throw that under the bus? Never read Hayek I take it?

 

It took me maybe 3 min to read...... and that is too fucking long? No, it is not too long. You are just too fucking stupid. Bill Hicks would despise you. Looks like WE DO NOT have ourselves a "reader".

GOSPLAN HERO's picture

Yep, and Obama is just another peaceful agrarian reformer.

redpill's picture

Would be a good way to both exercise our second amendment rights and really enjoyable civil disobedience.

If drones blot out the sun, the #r3volution will continue in the shade.

CrockettAlmanac.com's picture

When the drones come, they run and hide their heads, they might as well be dead, when the drones come.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c5zmgXoa-wE&feature=related

trav7777's picture

do you cretins even vaguely get how hard it is to hit a small moving airplane at a mile up with small arms?

There exists the "wall of fire" principle for hitting moving airplanes with small arms fire for a reason.  This is established military doctrine.  The problem is that you cannot maintain this against a fking drone without being detected and targeted.

Nevermind you won't even be able to see the drone.  You'd be better off thinking about how to configure scopes with arrays of DVD lasers and burn a hole in the thing or something.

francis_sawyer's picture

I'm working on the Klingon "cloaking" device

Floordawg's picture

Yep, as fun as multi-million dollar skeet shootin' sounds, Trav is right.

Maybe Anonymous can hack some down... You pick a landing "target..." I mean... landing "site." Be creative.

Oquities's picture

just in the last month an animal rights group was using a private drone to monitor a managed bird hunt.  the hunters hid among the trees and blew the drone to bits.

trav7777's picture

wtf did I just say?

Did you read and understand the difference between an RC helicopter and a military drone?

DosZap's picture

Oquities

Unforunately not quite true, it was damaged but not blown to bits..........damn it.

I sure miss the good old days when folks minded their own damned business.

These damn earthers/PETA idiots, are part of the SOS religion of Secular humanism.

YOU WILL OBEY our rules,because you ARE WRONG..........matters not if you have a legal right to do something, if they disagree with it.........they disrupt it,time to start beating the shit out of folks who break the laws, trying to stop people doing what is  within the law, from doing what they want to.

Maybe that would soon but an end to these Masters of the Earth Godess Guya.

i_fly_me's picture

Need to step up development of low-cost hunter-killer counter-drones.  Get the DIY plans disseminated asap and we'll have high-school anarchists solving this one for us.  Just thinking out loud.

CrockettAlmanac.com's picture

This drone was not very sophisticated, nevertheless...

 

 

Animal rights group says drone shot down

 

"Seconds after it hit the air, numerous shots rang out," Hindi said in the release. "As an act of revenge for us shutting down the pigeon slaughter, they had shot down our copter."

He claimed the shooters were "in tree cover" and "fled the scene on small motorized vehicles."

Read more: http://thetandd.com/animal-rights-group-says-drone-shot-down/article_017a720a-56ce-11e1-afc4-001871e3ce6c.html#ixzz1nEwm52qH

http://thetandd.com/animal-rights-group-says-drone-shot-down/article_017...

francis_sawyer's picture

"Just like shootin' womp rats, eh kid?"

~Hans Solo

trav7777's picture

take a look at the MQ9's performance stats or the global hawk.  These are just the declassified drones.

You will not be hitting them without SAMs.

New World Chaos's picture

How about hitting them with a combination of peak oil, Iran war, wild goose chases, and Lord Humongous and his gang harassing fuel convoys?

SubjectivObject's picture

Sorry, they'll be out of range and hard to spot.

NotApplicable's picture

My guess is that if you ever see one, you won't be for very long.

Cathartes Aura's picture

I'm guessing they can "see" through all the chaff being aerosoled nowadays?  which of course makes them impossible to spot. . . yah.

Floordawg's picture

Unfortunately, they're 2 miles up, you can't see or hear them. The best way to stop them is to NOT let them get off the ground.

ratso's picture

Mike Kreiger's references to the Trilateral Commission, the Bilderberger Group and poor old Goldman Sachs as the real sources of power are his confession that he is just another right wing, wingnut who should be placed on ignore.

 

Boooo Mike Krieger!

mrgneiss's picture

That is so 2007.  Go back to the Yahoo sheeple boards, most here understand what disinformation is.

CrockettAlmanac.com's picture

Not only is the government preparing 30,000 spy drones for domestic use but the Pentagon wants to deploy 7,500 combat drones over America.

 

Pentagon working with FAA to open U.S. airspace to combat drones The military says the nearly 7,500 robotic aircraft it has accrued for use overseas need to come home at some point. But the FAA doesn't allow drones in U.S. airspace without a special certificate.

 

http://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-military-drones-20120214,0,5726973...