We can also observe Sullivan's own palpable insecurity and narcissism projected on to Donald Trump. Sullivan has no political training or influence with world leaders, which Trump enjoyed before his presidency, but he thinks a psychology degree makes him innately superior to the President of the United States and that such training supersedes the skill set that got Trump the highest office in the free world. He stigmatizes the mentally ill, as well, by portraying them as people to be feared. What kind of psychologist does that?
"This is certainly not the way we were brought up, saying this to you, but we don't think we are evil in saying it. We strongly suggest, say, eating a nice, caramelized bucket of broken glass, washed down with a refreshing, chilled glass of Prestone anti-freeze. We recommend cliff diving in Acapulco, with a practice run from a hotel roof. Shaving with a chainsaw was also suggested by our focus group, provided it was done in the dark, on a trampoline. An ear piercing with a jackhammer was another favored suggestion, and my personal one, as well."
According to one Secret Service agent, someone even "above Soros" came storming into the White House and began discussing a plan was to stage an attempt on Hillary's life and then blame it on Trump. Any supporting evidence? Consider the following: Before this happens, a controlled, state media will often frame a candidate with a narrative to make the coming false flag plausible. This is likely why so many media outlets began hyping the "Trump encouraging followers to kill Hillary" false narrative. This "Dangerous Donald" tactic is actually outlined in the DNC Trump playbook leak. The same leaks revealed Sanders "Bernie Bros" supporters could be portrayed as violent, too, and they were.
Based on a dipshit politician convinced that support of a boycott movement against Israeli companies constitutes a criminal act, this app was proposed. In the Old South, authorities tried to punish blacks that participated in the bus boycotts, so they tried to arrest any black people they saw walking. It backfired. An app like this could automatically boycott businesses behind this attack on free speech.
Here's some CNN fear porn giving FOX News a run for their money. That is a spoof flag with dildos and no actual writing, by the way, unless we are to believe ISIS is all about gay pride.
A handful of military personnel from the 4th Psychological Operations Group (i.e. PSYOPs) based at Fort Bragg in North Carolina have until recently been working in CNN's headquarters in Atlanta. An enterprising Dutch journalist named Abe De Vries came up with this important story in mid-February, and he remains properly astounded that no mainstream news medium in the United States has evinced any interest in the story.
CNN’s “respected” source: referring to Mexicans as “bastards” Cosman goes on to say that in Mexico rape is considered less serious than cow stealing and claims that most Mexicans specialize in “molesting girls under age 12, others age 5, others age 3.”
You're so stupid you think Christmas Wrap is Snoop Doggy Dogg's holiday album. You're so stupid you stand up on an empty bus. And last but not least, Wolf Blitzer is so stupid he got hit by a parked car. Even if what stood before Blitzer was a hologram, and it wasn't, it would still appear on two-dimensional television, thereby making the hologram no more exceptional or real than Wolf Blitzer's reportorial credentials.
The CIA memo specifically refers to these propaganda initiatives as "psychological operations" (PSYOPS), that include contracting polling companies to create fraudulent polls that show the NO vote with an advantage over the SI vote, which is false.
Why it matters: planted questions deny your right to question candidates asking for your vote. It's like trying to buy a car, and the dealer telling you only certain questions may be asked of him if you wish to make a purchase. You can't ask the final price, you can't ask about fuel economy, you can't ask about reliability, or about any particulars of the car's engine or maker because the dealer has arrogantly assumed you have no choice.
"To argue against a Straw Man is to interpret someone's position in an unfairly weak way, and so argue against a position that nobody holds, or is likely to hold."
"The conventional wisdom these days -- as heard on radio talk shows in Virginia, in town meetings in New Mexico, or from taxi drivers in Boston -- is that Americans just don't like the press. What do they think? Would you be surprised to learn that reporters are held in the same low regard as undertakers and insurance salesmen.... and only slightly higher than politicians?"