Project Camelot And The US Army

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Project Camelot was a genuine US Army project in 1964. Wikipedia gives a reasonably accurate, short description:

“Project Camelot was a social science research project of the United States Army in 1964. The goal of the project was to assess the causes of violent social rebellion and to identify the actions a government could take to prevent its own overthrow.”

source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Project_Camelot

If you can’t hit this one out of the ball park, you had better hang it up.

What if one modus operandi of the MATRIX control structure is to identify sore, social and political pressure points that are concerning growing numbers of people (UFOs, Black Ops, Black Budget, financial corruption, alternative energy, government cover-ups, the secret space program, etc.), and then establish Project Camelot-style operations (the U.S. military’s term) in the ‘alternative media’ to try to relieve that pressure by trotting out an endless succession of fake or tired “whistle blowers” – many of whom (most?) somehow will never manage to concretely, objectively, CONCLUSIVELY prove ANYTHING of much consequence, while simultaneously blowing a lot of hot air, ego, and disinformation smoke all over the place, thereby vicariously occupying the minds and time of large numbers of otherwise potentially politically active people with endless mystification, petty dramas, spectacular and inevitably unverifiable allegations, shadowy personages of uncertain identity, and so on, ad nauseam.

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He nails it. I couldn’t have said it better.

If you want to know why the “alternative media” has so much crap in it, that’s the reason for it.


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