Where it all starts: False Flag Obstetrics and Disaster Capitalism

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Why was this research initially funded and then censored by the NIH:

The Origins of Love and Violence: http://violence.de/

What kind of foreign policy would we have if we didn’t have armies of traumatized sociopaths ready to commit atrocities on command because they have been empathically blinded?  Adults forget what it’s like to be a child.  There is no larger perspective, no abstract discourse about economic priorities or national interest.  There is only the now, the I and the not I.  And how the “I” perceives and adapts to the “not I” becomes the “now” for a very long time.

I always thought there was no other way for me to give birth- that I was a birthing failure; incapable of birthing without an induction jumpstart or a surgical incision. For five childbirths I always “needed” my doctors to create my birth experiences for me, and to save me from my own birthing inefficiency and hopelessness. (I was actually addicted to their “helping” me, and was always effusive in my gratitude for their efforts.) But then with my sixth, I just couldn’t do it again- I couldn’t go back to another hospital to give birth… I was just too hurt and broken inside.

“I found a lay midwife, and had the beautiful, easy birth that I am intended to have. I finally gave birth as a full, luscious woman-all my own hormones, in my own safe place- with no fingers in me, or straps on my belly. (Or knives in my belly.) I simply pushed my baby out and went to bed.” …

A letter from Leilah McCracken
http://members.tranquility.net/~rwinkel/MGM/blog/childbirth.txt

The Hormone of Love: http://thoughtcrimeradio.net/2014/05/the-hormone-of-love-2/

The War on Empathy, Love and Family: http://thoughtcrimeradio.net/2014/02/the-war-on-empathy-love-and-family/

Palast: We’re all Natives Now

The distant battles you see on TV are coming to a theater near you.

… Weeks after the [exxon valdez] spill, the president of Exxon stopped by New Chenega for a “we care” television photo-op. Village patriarch Paul Kompkoff, Nikolas’ brother, asked him, “Are my parents’ bones covered with oil?”

The official answer was that the bones were undisturbed. In fact, as I reported in my book, Vultures’ Picnic, both the oil and bones were being scooped up by Exxon bulldozers at that very moment.

The Chugach hired me to investigate the spill’s true cause and true culprits. Paul Kompkoff asked me to arrange a secret meeting with Exxon in hopes of getting a few dollars so the new village could survive. In particular, the Chenegans wanted Exxon to hire them to clean up the beaches and fishing grounds still contaminated with Exxon’s gunk.

With Chenega leader Gail Evanoff, Kompkoff and I flew from Alaska to San Diego to corner Exxon USA General Manager Otto Harrison. It was now three years after the spill and still no money had been forthcoming. The Exxon honcho, an enormous Texan, took us to a corporate meeting room, and from across the giant conference table looked down at the diminutive Evanoff and said, “Now, Gail, ah cayn’t be payin’ a bunch o’ Natives to go ’round picking up oil that ain’t there, can I?”

In 2010, I returned to Prince William Sound for British television. On the Chugach’s islands, I picked up gobs of the “oil that ain’t there” in my (carefully gloved) hand. It was more than two decades after the Exxon Valdez spill.

Then I flew down to the Gulf of Mexico where I collected giant hunks of Deepwater Horizon oil nearly a year after the spill – more oil that ain’t there,” at least according to our government and BP television ads.

In 2011, 22 years after the Alaska spill, Exxon paid for the damage – but only after the Supreme Court cut the payout by 90 percent. Part of Chenega’s money was meant for a new fishing boat for Paul Kompkoff. But he was long dead by then, as were a third of my Native clients..

I was in Chenega on the second anniversary of the Exxon spill. Paul Kompkoff and I snacked on dried salmon while we watched the first Gulf War on CNN. The U.S. Air Force was bombing the bejesus out of Baghdad.

The old man watched a long while in silence. Then said, in his slow, quiet voice, “I guess we’re all some kind of Native now.”

Applying the Shock Doctrine on a Global Scale

QE had nothing to do with bailing out the economy, otherwise the fed wouldn’t be paying interest on its capital reserve accounts which induces banks to keep their QE surplus at the fed instead of lending it out.  http://www.washingtonsblog.com/2011/07/confirmed-federal-reserve-policy-is-killing-lending-employment-and-the-economy.html  http://www.washingtonsblog.com/2013/07/the-federal-reserve-is-bailing-out-foreign-banks-more-than-the-american-people-or-economy.html

The purpose of QE is to position the banksters for the firesale which will happen when people are desperate due to the depression the fed deliberately created AGAIN http://thoughtcrimeradio.net/2014/03/reprise-bernanke-admits-fed-caused-great-depression/ which parallels the shenanigans of the bank of canada http://thoughtcrimeradio.net/2014/05/canadas-deliberately-engineered-housing-bubble/ .  They’re applying the shock doctrine on a global scale: http://thoughtcrimeradio.net/2013/08/palast-finds-smoking-gun-of-financial-crisis/  It’s a hell of a business model.

“The powers of financial capitalism had [a] far-reaching aim, nothing less than to create a world system of financial control in private hands able to dominate the political system of each country and the economy of the world as a whole. This system was to be controlled in a feudalist fashion by the central banks of the world acting in concert by secret agreements arrived at in frequent private meetings and conferences.”
— Carroll Quigley, Tragedy and Hope

http://www.wanttoknow.info/articles/tragedy_hope_banking_money_history