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April 29
Is WikiLeaks a CIA front? A front for Psychological Warfare?
Backwards ‘Christianity’ – An Anglican priest: ‘My advice to poor is to shoplift’






April 29th, 2024


Is WikiLeaks a CIA front? A front for Psychological Warfare?


FROM OUR FILES: July 29th, 2010

From (Mr.) IW @ US

A perusal of general information about Wikileaks.org leaves a very murky impression. One phrase in particular got my attention:

“The organization has described itself as having been founded by Chinese dissidents, as well as journalists, mathematicians, and start-up company technologists from the U.S., Taiwan, Europe, Australia, and South Africa...” (1)

The tale of its founder is equally curious. (2)

On its own website (3) it posits the following very interesting rhetoric:

“Is WikiLeaks a CIA front?”

“WikiLeaks is not a front for the CIA, MI6, FSB or any other agency. Quite the opposite actually. It is a global group of people with long standing dedication to the idea of improved transparency in institutions, especially government. We think better transparency is at the heart of less corruption and better democracies. By definition spy agencies want to hoard information. We want to get it out to the public.

Now is the real world, we know that spy organizations both gather AND disseminate information. The latter is usually termed propaganda. The intentional use of it is key to psychological warfare. Either as information or disinformation. Used to confuse, disorient, or destabilize an enemy (person, group, or nation). To create a phantom enemy, or distract from a real danger by creating a fake.

The cheapest way is to use the truth as a weapon, exposing verifiable secrets. Even cheaper when you can get hackers to provide it for you – for free!

This is called: Psychological Warfare (4).

If you use the search engine on Wikileaks.org, and enter “Opus Dei”, you will get NO results. ‘Sex abuse’ yields NO Church related results. “Ratzinger” yields 3 results of no consequence. “Vatican” yields 17 results, all of no consequence.

So much for “improved transparency in institutions”!

IW

A.
Thank you for sharing your views supported by your research. Perhaps we could add to the list other apparent incoherences like:

(a) It is hard to believe that a low level soldier (a new patsy?) has access to such information and can steal it without being detected by the most primitive security systems, unless he was helped from above – and we do not mean “God” when we say “from above”.

(b) We know and have written amply for years that there are entities within the highest echelons of our (US) government who are indeed interested in the collapse of the US – and what better way of doing it than via controlled leaks being done by some shadowy Truth Lone Ranger.

and, let’s face it brethren...

(c) If “they” shamelessly and blatantly murdered Dr. David Kelly (5) because he blew the whistle for the “Creation of the menace presented to the world by Saddam’s Iraq”, it would very, very easy to “plug the leaks”.

It seems that “Off Broadway” shows are now being played everywhere in the planet and it is because there is a willing audience. Which brings to mind a quote we recently ran across:
[our underscoring]

Television is the first truly democratic culture – the first culture available to everybody and entirely governed by what the people want. The most terrifying thing is what people do want. Clive Barnes


                
(1) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikileaks
(2) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julian_Assange
(3) http://www.wikileaks.org/wiki/WikiLeaks:About [Visited on July 2010]
(4) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psychological_warfare
(5) Dr. David Kelly’s “suicide” [Visited on July 2010]


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April 29th, 2024


Backwards ‘Christianity’ – An Anglican priest: ‘My advice to poor is to shoplift’


FROM OUR FILES: December 26th, 2009  [St. Stephen – First Christian Martyr]

Did yoy know that...?

... an Anglican priest outraged police for telling his congregation: ‘My advice to poor is to shoplift’? (1)

Poor people who are desperate for cash have been advised to go forth and shoplift from major stores – by an Anglican priest.

The Rev. Tim Jones said in his Sunday sermon that stealing from successful shops was preferable to burglary, robbery or prostitution.

He told parishioners it would not break the eighth commandment “thou shalt not steal” because it “is permissible for those who are in desperate situations to take food that they might not starve”.

But his advice was roundly condemned by police and the local Tory MP. Father Jones, 42, was discussing Mary and the birth of Jesus when he went on to the subject of how poor and vulnerable people cope in the run-up to Christmas.

“My advice, as a Christian priest, is to shoplift”, he told his stunned congregation at St Lawrence and St Hilda in York.


The M+G+R Foundation Comments: miguel de Portugal is neither surprised nor shocked. Allow us to explain...

When the man who was later anointed miguel de Portugal was considering the “assembly line priesthood”, one of the steps in the process was an in depth psychological interview and extensive written test. The interview by the psychologist who handled the testing for the Diocese in question went extremely well. Then, the written test.

When he came back for the written test results the psychologist was outraged. The problem? Allow us to explain...

The answer given by him to the following (paraphrased) question...

A man’s wife is very ill and is dying. The local pharmacist would not give the man the only medication that would make a the wife well. The man could not afford to purchase it. What would you do/recommend?

... was...

The husband should pray to God so that He would move the pharmacist to charity and give the medication either free or on credit.”

The answer, the future m de P was told, given by all priests was:

Break in, steal the medication and then pray for forgiveness.”

The future m de P was then referred to a priest psychologist who handled “problem cases” who, after interviewing him, referred him back to the original psychologist.

Her (paraphrased) words —as she dismissed the future m de P— were: “They are desperate for priests so they will take you anyway.”

It may also be of interest to mention that —in all interviews with priests and lay professionals associated with this process— not a word or question was ever addressed to the applicant’s sexuality: concepts, ideas, morals, potential or actual inclinations, past experiences, etc., etc.

Then again —not long afterwards— the same religious order’s Catholic High School Principal (who was a priest) was busted, in union with a few out of town friends, by the vice squad in a homosexual “book store” not far from where the High School was located. He did not even have the presence of mind to go elsewhere.

Needless to say – the “assembly line priesthood” idea was jettisoned. The “god” they believed in had nothing to do with the Real and Living God the future m de P already knew well.

                
(1) News Report [Visited on December 2009]


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