EDITORIAL, International Real Estate, STAFF NEWS & ANALYSIS
The Real Conspiracy: Conspiring to Cast Everything as a Conspiracy Theory
By Joe Jarvis - May 20, 2017

Everything is a conspiracy, the elite globalists control us all, they will win, and resistance is futile.

Well, in that case, what’s the point of even fighting it? In fact, if all is so hopeless, why even bother pointing out how hopeless it is?

Or could it be–gasp, conspiracy!–that those ultra-pessimists are really themselves the agents of the controlling elite?

The idea is that those in power get people to throw their hands in the air in exasperated surrender by presenting the war as already won. They inject doubt into every movement, technology, and non-government solution so that it seems like all the paths to freedom have already been compromised.

Will Bitcoin save us from the Federal Reserve, or will it enslave us to a new global currency? Are Airbnb and Uber freeing tools to upset entrenched industries or clever marketing ploys to bring more under the control of the corporate elite?

False flag, or terrorist attack? Leaker or double agent? ISIS or CIA studios?

Machiavelli said that a leader is smartest to be feared and loved, but since this is a difficult balance, if he can choose only one, choose fear. The American government easily breaks the population up into segments, each requiring a different tactic to control them.

If you are inclined to mistrust the government, they will present the ultimate omniscient, omnipresent juggernaut that crushes all in its path.

And if you are inclined to seek government solutions to societal problems, they will present a compassionate, progressive voice of the people.

For the ultra-skeptics who correctly identify all government as corrupt and manipulative, the government cooks up a special recipe.

Overload and overwhelm. Make the waters so murky that it is impossible to tell what the truth is. Promote paranoia to the point of paralysis.

Every tool that is released that could move society foward, compete with government, and help make us free is denounced by seeming compatriots as a front for the government to trick you. And some probably are. But they stymie any meaningful action by creating so much doubt that no one knows what is a real boon for freedom and what is a clever trap.

Nothing happens because the community focuses on ferreting our the truth. A feedback loop is created where no progress towards freedom can happen because no one knows which technologies and movements are shills.

One thing is clearly not a conspiracy: the government actively infiltrates online communities to sow distrust and confusion. It is a well-known fact that various governments pay people to go online and influence, manipulate, and disrupt discourse. Documents revealed by Edward Snowden show the government tactics aim:

(1) to inject all sorts of false material onto the internet in order to destroy the reputation of its targets; and (2) to use social sciences and other techniques to manipulate online discourse and activism to generate outcomes it considers desirable.

This means not only downplaying real dangers but inventing fake ones. One story comes out about a real conspiracy, and the government releases 100 fake stories, some less extreme than the real story, and others much more extreme.

A clerical error in a government office, or Annunaki brainwave hijacking all the way from Nirubu? I don’t know, but I am going to curl up in a corner and cry myself to sleep.

It actually benefits those in power for segments of the population to think they are all knowing and all controlling: the people who believe this will become discouraged and paranoid. They end up alienating others who start assuming anyone who criticizes the government, is really just crazy.

In fact, the term Conspiracy Theory was coined by the CIA. They started labeling everything a “Conspiracy Theory” whether it was, in fact, true or not. By associating insane bogus stories with real ones, they found an easy way to discredit their detractors in the eyes of the majority of the public. If some people believed the fake stories, all the better. That just contributes to the smoke and mirrors surrounding the actual crimes of the government.

The real conspiracy is that the government conspires to shape the public discourse. The government spends a lot of effort manipulating online discussion and shaping it for their nefarious purposes.

But freedom is in fact winning, and the future will be wonderful. Some people commenting are the manipulators, and others are just exhausted by the overload of negativity.

Keep that in mind and continue fighting for freedom. More of their manipulations are being revealed daily. The truth will come to light.

Until then, stay positive, stay productive, and don’t be dissuaded from taking real steps that protect you from the powers that be, and lead you down the road to liberation.

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  • Orthodeb

    We have a great solution, but people are too brainwashed to listen, so I no longer post the info anymore. People will complain until they die, but will never actully DO anything to contribute to fixing the problem. They believe that if they keep complaining and pointing out the truth that “someone” will do something not realizing that their failure to change their own beliefs and actions is allowing this control and the problems to continue.

    • Marten

      Very well said…….”I like the dreams of the future better than the History of the past” Jefferson

      • Orthodeb

        Thanks.

    • Don Duncan

      Try different communication methods. If no one listens, your delivery might be the problem. Consider that maybe it’s not the message/listener, it’s the messenger.
      Larken Rose is touring the country to teach a two day course for presenting the case for freedom, called: “Candles in the Dark”.

      • real427 man

        The new savior?

        • Don Duncan

          If by “savior” you mean saving people from frustrating attempts to communicate voluntaryism, then yes he can do that. He is no “follower” nor does he advocate the worship of authority, quite the opposite. Or was that a joke?

      • Orthodeb

        Thanks for the constructive criticism. I’m always open for it, and I am constantly trying different delivery methods. I figure if people are not getting it, it IS my delivery, though with the massive brainwashing that has occurred due to power elite control over everything, and similar frustrations from others in our movement who are actually quite successful in getting people involved and participating, I do take closemindedness with a grain of salt. Unfortunately, I am bad to go back and forth with people who clearly are not able or willing to look objectively at facts and logic, nor do they provide any better alternatives themselves. Because I am a wordy person, I created this video to briefly introduce the scope and scale of our worldwide movement in very few words, but with great visuals. Perhaps you can give me some input, and help me improve my delivery. I am trying to get this info to more people, and I expected more from people who should already be awake to the real problems, but I am finding just as much difficulty getting through to these folks as I am getting through to people who are completely in the dark. Thanks for the info on Larsen Rose. I’ll bet there are many in our movement who may be interested in something like that. Here’s the link to the video regarding our grassroots solution to the control of money problem we have worldwide: https://youtu.be/77EKgbQe1Xc. This company was started in 2011 specifically to address this problem and help the people. The problem is that the people are too brainwashed by TV and controlled social media to even know they need help. I’d appreciate your thoughts on what I could say when posting this video in comments of videos and stories from alternative news outlets on elite controlled deep state related issues.

  • Centurian

    It is a hard row to hoe.

    I made a campaign donation to the “wrong” candidate and C4L a few years ago. Shortly after that, my wife’s accountant was extorted into providing incorrect information to the IRS which resulted in a 3 year audit of her business and personal issues. Honestly, the IRS guy walked into her shop, looked around for 20 minutes and determined that the value of the inventory was 50% more that it really was. He had no idea about the business or the value of the products for sale.

    The accountant gave them private information, without permission or notice, that they should not be able to get without a warrant. She decided to go on a payment plan rather than fight. Monthly, she sends them what they require and periodically they send her back a federal check for 8 cents as “overpayment.” What does it cost them to do that?

    That led shortly thereafter to a 10 year audit of me. They took raw income numbers, denied all business and other expenses as well as all deductions such as a $10,000 casualty loss, medical expenses, mortgage interest, etc. In the end they claim I owe an insane amount of money. More than I made by far. Then penalties and interest increased it further. When my lawyers protested and appealed, they started reporting their incorrect information to the state who illegally sent revenue agents to my home. Illegal, because there is a valid POA to the lawyers.

    It is a racket. Organized (sometimes) crime, but is hard to resist when the boot is on your neck and the gun to your head and they threaten to take your home, car, jewelry, watch, coin collection and everything else and then maybe throw you into a cell with Bubba.

    • I’m sorry to hear that. I think that would spur me to leave the U.S.

      • Centurian

        Thanks. Got friends in South America with a jet. Have thought about it many times. 1 phone call and a free ride. The IRS is threatening to revoke my passport, but they can get around that by private air in the airplane that their president uses for travel. Then I would have to figure out how to make a living there. It could beat digging out of the government created hell hole here.

        It is also interesting to me that when a claim or lien is filed, 27 firms all claiming to have former IRS people on staff send mail and other contacts. It is all a scheme. Kind of like the government/lobbyist thing.

        As a private business owner (who by the way helped save the feds $15.5MM in Medicare fraud last year) ends up spending so much time dealing with this stuff that he can’t serve clients and bill customers so that he can pay the mortgage, medical bills and even the tax agencies, we are running into Margaret Thatcher’s prophetic statement of running out of other people’s money.

        • Don Duncan

          Did your lawyer advise you to generally give in and settle? My good friend told me about a similar attack on him 15 years ago. He was “assessed” a large amount counting penalties for disagreeing with a disallowed deduction. His lawyer put him in touch with an expert on the IRS. He was told that if he settled it would be the beginning of the end. The IRS starts a fight to see the response, not on merit, but to test you. If you buckle, you are red flagged and the attack never stops, year after year. You should have fought like hell (with every asset you had) even asking for help from a libertarian think tank or defense agency.
          My friend fought, won, and has never been audited since.

          For you, it might be too late. I don’t know. But it seems clear what your options are: Fight or Flight?

          • Gardentoolnumber5

            Great advice for any who’ve not been audited or may in the future be. Give an inch they’ll take a mile. For those who consider leaving, we at least still have a constitution and as Jefferson said – “Though written constitutions may be violated in moments of passion or delusion, yet they furnish a text to which those who are watchful may again rally and recall the people. They fix, too, for the people the principles of their political creed.”

          • Centurian

            Its been a bad go. First lawyer misfiled revised returns and screwed up. Everyone claims they can settle with an offer in compromise, but the current ones have yet to get there. They just keep giving me assignments to do and produce things.

            To the extent that the taxes are “legal,” even if unconstitutional, I owe them money. Of course it is hard to give them large sums of money that I don’t have because, 1) I’m paying lawyers and 2) they are interfering with the time I have to run my business and make money. My business was off by 75% during my recent illness. Yet Medical, home office and other deductions were disallowed.

            This has been appealed 3 times and to the “Office of the taxpayer advocate” twice. Of course all of those people including the tax court work for the IRS and nobody can give a straight and rational answer to any question.

            Obviously it is up to me to understand 77,000 pages of tax code that changes every few weeks. If they would pay me my consulting rate to read it, it would absolve the alleged debt in one reading.

            Still no resolution. I find that not communicating with them at all doesn’t “poke the tiger” and create blowback. At one point I told the lawyers to have them lock me up, give me 3 meals and a cot and pay for my healthcare too. Didn’t fly with them.

            All of this happened during a time that I nearly died of an iatrogenic illness. Couple of Docs treated me with dangerous drugs for an illness that does not exist and screwed me up good. As a result of the ACA, we lost our insurance plan and will be penalized for that. I’m a consultant to the healthcare industry and know how this works. But, Geeze!

            Incidentally, without insurance, and including the penalty we have come out ahead the past two years over paying for an ACA approved plan. When we were cancelled to try to force us into a subsidized plan, the premium would have been about $10,000/yr for two people. The deductible would have been another $11,000/yr. If I go the hospital or my Doc now as uninsured, I get an automatic 40% discount because they don’t have to deal with the insurer. At the pharmacy, scrips for which I used to have to pay a $25 copay, now cost $8.95 full retail.

            If we do need to have a tax, if it were a consumption tax, it would make more sense. Rather than have politicians assure me (in order to get re-elected) that they will protect the home mortgage deduction and than have their apparatus deny it, just charge everybody on the purchase end. Of course they won’t like that because people would then save money that hasn’t been taxed. I don’t know why they even care. Just print more fiat money and devalue everything in the process.

            The Russian part of Antarctica is looking unusually interesting these days.

          • Praetor

            This is true, fighting its the only way, but you can’t be afraid too lose it all. I had go with the IRS in the mid 90’s. Had three meetings , first very friendly, second meeting not so friendly, third down right FU IRS. They said, I own 30 thousand plus, I said no more like 3 thousand plus. It was a minor mathematical error. I spent 1 month going over the book and over the books, yep math error. Next quarterly report, I sent 3 thousand plus and never heard another word. Before telling them FU, I told them I will sell everything and fight you in court. Fight they are chicken chips. Just be willing to lose it all. And let them know that.!!!

        • paul crosley

          This country is on a steady spiral downwards, your back-up plan makes sense. You have to determine if it’s time to cut your cables and run. Most likely you will have better opportunities elsewhere. Good luck!

  • paul crosley

    The best reaction to this is ignore them. Do what you want to do (just don’t interfere with others). Consider all government employees as highly incompetent but dangerous people and have very little to do with them. Be smart and game the system while keeping your activities private. Learn how to get around such people.

    • Weihan Xingqi

      That would be like trying to ignore a great white shark or a den of rattlesnakes! These people are monsters and they will stop at nothing to remove Trump from office! Horrible. Absolutely friggin horrible people.

      • Don Duncan

        Try reading the comment and stopping to think before posting. Your comment reads as if you totally misunderstood Paul’s great advice, or you want to misrepresent it.

        • paul crosley

          Thanks!

      • paul crosley

        Look up the “Grey Man” philosophy. Of course they are horrible, that is their nature. Most people are asleep. Don’t give them anything to wake up about and come after you!

      • LawrenceNeal

        After Trump comes Pence. From a circus to the Fourth Reich.

  • Weihan Xingqi

    The DNC / Soros / HRC forces peddling these Russia-gate FAIRY TALES are sicker than any psycho from a mental hospital! The Soros-backed HRC / DNC forces lost the election and had this PLAN B in their pockets all along to overturn the results. Now they are pulling out all the stops to render the results of 2016 null and void, and they are NOT going to stop until Trump is removed from office and populism in the US is silenced.

  • r2bzjudge

    The CIA may have coined the phrase, conspiracy theory, but it was the myriad of JFK assassination conspiracy book writers, that put it in motion.

    How many JFK theories are there at this point? How many “real” JFK assassins at this point?

    • autonomous

      More than I can count.

  • autonomous

    Those who attempt to rule over others are often (but far from seldomly) are more intelligent than those over whom they rule. They are hardly ever moral. And the ruled are often quite willing to submit. Freedom is too heavy a burden.

  • Gardentoolnumber5

    “No passion so effectually robs the mind of all its powers of acting and reasoning as fear.”

    “Maybe it is better not to know the beasts are among us. Better than to see…then feel helpless, haunted, and outnumbered. Ignorance would, at least, be good medicine for insomnia.” Dean Koontz

    However, once one is aware of the beasts, sleeping again is not an option. All we can do is plant seeds and hope they find fertile ground; awakening more to the beasts among us.

    • john cummins

      Koontz quotes could be rather “Odd”.

  • JohnnyZ

    Man you are too young to dish out wisdom and of course you need given your age to cling to a rose-glass colored “hope”. There is hope, but it is not what you think it is. It is not technology or free goods. Mass awakening may or may not happen, which is one of the greatest hopes, but awakening is not what you think it is. It is not only the government – that is only a facade erected by the owners. It is everywhere – media, corporations, banks, judicial, police, military, science, politics, art, culture, healthcare, food, religion – you name it. A second hope is that the owners awaken themselves. The problem here is that they themselves are victims of satanic child abuse and seem to genuinely worship ” Lucifer” (whether real or metaphorical or imagined). A very good paper here by Miles Mathis, I suggest you read more if his historic papers:

    http://mileswmathis.com/protocols.pdf

    The bright future you hope for is mostly personal currently: focus you attention on your beloved ones and family, build a circle of trustworthy friends, value basic things like good food, nature, your children and partner, regain your parents in your life, keep yourself mentally and physically fit, keep learning in all spheres and expanding your spirit, etc. Importantly study the enemy well before starting hissy fits like thus one and try to awaken others although mostly futile (still hope No. 1 above). Otherwise I guess that either you or your readership at the Bell will not last long.

    Finally, please point out to me what you consider a fact (not a conspiracy for sure). Also, how do you KNOW that everything is not a conspiracy, particularly given your young age? You have a lot to learn…

    • Captain Turk

      Very well-spoken JohnnyZ. Pellucid.

  • Don Duncan

    What if the future looked bleak because the country, the majority were becoming more authoritarian? What if the US Empire (TPTB) were becoming overt, dropping their covert operations? What if they analyzed our society, and like in Nazi Germany and fascist Italy, they felt secure the majority would allow them anything? What if this was the beginning of a society like North Korea?

    I would still stay and fight. I would because they would be wrong. They know it and that’s why they (mainly the CIA) still use the latest propaganda techniques to maintain rule. They are fighting like hell. They feel threatened by freethinkers. And they are correct to be frightened. Their lies, their murders, their tricks, their zombie followers are not enough to stop the truth.

    They can’t keep their best & brightest doing their dirty work. See: “Snowden”.

    • Orthodeb

      Yes see “Snowden”! People don’t realize that there are more of us than them (TPTB). We just have to collectively stop using their stuff. Don’t buy stuff from big corporations, choose an alternative monetary system, learn about hidden alternative health and alternative energy and then find ways to use them, learn about your strawman and sovreigniry. If enough people do this, it can really take the wind out of their sails, but people need to work together and be willing to DO things not just talk about how bad it is.

  • Don Duncan

    Forget the big picture. You don’t control it. No one does, but the CIA is sure trying like hell. Think about what you do control. Yourself. If you resist authority as you would resist any unjust control, you win. Resistance is victory, for you. That’s where this all begins, with each of us, as individuals.

  • Praetor

    There is only one Conspiracy in this world and that is the government is here to help you. And that ain’t no Theory.!!!

  • ChaosNavigator

    Sure, but what is Hopium Optimism VS Pessismism Porn is not always easy to sort our. Btw: Pollyanna Syndrome

    Unrealistic optimism is described as having an excessive (and even harmful) belief that all things will have positive outcomes, no matter what.

  • georgesilver

    One man’s conspiracy is another man’s truth.

    Admission of guilt. I just glanced at this article but didn’t read it. Looked like it was full of conspiracies and half-truths.

  • teabagger_1

    Many conspiracies become true through the lens of history.

  • ALPHAMEG

    The intelligent will not make waves. All well and good not to become a noted person, remain anonymous, not standout in a crowd, don’t be in a crowd. Don’t broadcast your personality. Be a thinker. Be an observer. Know what is going on. Have a fallback plan for every eventuality. Be unknown to the govt. Don’t push the envelope on your deductions. i’m in my ninth decade, and am aware of the game the Feds play, having
    govt connections with bureaucrats for 65 years with intelligence circles, foreign and domestic. Govt is not your friend. The trouble starts with the masses, ignorant, and so busy earning a living, and living a hedonistic lifestyle, and busy with kids, they don’t
    take the time to be informed. The net result is going with the flow, becoming liberal with dumbing down from Kindergarten thru University. Unbelieveable, the contrast of
    America from the 1950’s and the 1960’s. A person should always be a conspiracy
    thinker, where there is strong evidence of it’s reality occurring, then you will be prepared to act, when it’s time to flee to your arranged sanctuary.

  • john cummins

    I would add that false Biblical interpretations of the future combine to further the conspiracy on conspiracies. The premillenial, rapture hoax that started in the 1800s has become a full-blown, “don’t you know the world will continue to get more evil” hoax, and why stop it? Heard it just this weekend with a friend who understands the future this way! An accurate Biblical viewpoint looks at the whole world and sees progress as Christianity and the “western” viewpoint on free enterprise and capitalism spread world wide.

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