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Thesis/Subtitle: plus modus operandi and cui bono?
Concomitant: defines a crime investigation
Corollary; verdict: guilty, m'lud!
«(26) He is a master of the art of propaganda. Ludecke writes:
"He has a matchless instinct for taking advantage of every breeze to raise a political whirlwind. No official scandal was so petty that he could not magnify it into high treason; he could ferret out the most deviously [unreadable] corruption in high places and plaster the town with the bad news." (159)
His primary rules were: never allow the public to cool off; never admit a fault or wrong; never concede that there may be some good in your enemy; never leave room for alternatives; never accept blame; concentrate on one enemy at a time and blame him for everything that goes wrong; people will believe a big lie sooner than a little one; and if you repeat it frequently enough people will sooner or later believe it.»
Comment 1: The keywords here are "a big lie."
Comment 2: Look too, at the modus operandi description as a whole, starting after "... primary rules were" - and compare to the modi operandi of current 'rogue-regimes.'
Assange calls for end of 'war on whistleblowers'
Updated August 20, 2012 12:45:49
«WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has broken his silence after spending nearly two months holed up in the Ecuadorian embassy in London.
Mr Assange called for the release of accused WikiLeaks conspirator Bradley Manning, who is in detention in the United States for releasing thousands of classified diplomatic documents.»
Comment 1: Tut, tut, Aunty; *language*: Your "holed up" could well be Assange taking *justified* refuge from UK/SE/US persecution.
Comment 2: AFAIK, Manning did not conspire with anyone, and certainly not with Assange or WikiLeaks; Manning did have an internet 'chum' - who traitorously dobbed Manning in. The US is persecuting Manning for releasing the video of US helicopter gun-ship's crew laughing as they murdered unarmed civilians, amongst other utterly damning material.
Comment 3: The PFBC AusBC is not the only MSM-entity throwing words like 'conspiracy' around; die Zeit deployed "Weltverschwörungstheoretiker" (= "conspiracy theorists" by google-translate). Given that the "Shock'n whore" invasion of Iraq was illegal (Annan belatedly said so = too bloody late, mate!) - and that B, B & H agreed to that crime in secret, then we know exactly where to look for conspirators.
Comment 4: Almost every AusBC report on Assange mentions sex/rape *allegations*; this article is tagged with "sexual-offences" but a) no charges have ever been laid, b) any sex took place in places Assange was invited to by young, blonde and more than willing Swedish 'counterparties,' c) Assange was interviewed in SE during the month after the alleged events took place and d) was then allowed to leave. The case was then 'politicised,' and an Interpol 'Red Notice' issued against Assange, possibly a 'world first' given that no formal charges have been made.
Comment 5: Some indication of how far SE has 'fallen,' and not merely on the sexual-liberation front, is the 'news' that SE had a relationship with US/NATO which had been largely hidden from the SE-people = voters, see this:
«Sweden's controversial role during World War II is explored, when it had a roaring trade with both the Allies and Axis. It profited enormously during and after the war, having maintained uncomfortably close relations to Nazi Germany. ... The Social Democratic Party ruled the country for most of the 20th century ...
In the 2006 general election a Moderate coalition defeated the Social Democrats; the new government is attempting to make Sweden more competitive and less bureaucratic. ... [author] holds a highly critical view of Sweden's foreign policy, especially under the anti-American Olof Palme who embraced and praised all kinds of dictators and revolutionary movements while having a secret agreement with NATO. During these decades the ruling party held a virtual monopoly on all top positions in the civil service, judiciary and state-run media.»
Comment 1: I long admired Sweden's *image*. Now we find out that the Social Democrats had secret deals with (US)NATO, and the girls - these two, anyway, are far more nightmare than the publicised dream-numbers. I got my image of Sweden largely from the AusBC - so no surprise (now, in retrospect) that it differed from reality. Note "state-run media," then think how 'our' AusBC transmits, also often actively assists, US- and other rogue-regime-favouring propaganda.
Comment 2: Acting 'in secret' is by definition without voter-knowledge/instruction/assent = a crime against democracy = *no* mandate = *no* authority = bring to justice, i.e. gaol (or more apt; tumbrels?)
Now try this:
20 August 2012
Australian Government MIA in Assange case
«... However, Sweden does have a history (PDF) of being complicit in US renditions and there is a reasonable risk that Assange may ultimately be handed over to the Americans; the nation most disturbed and exposed by WikiLeaks.»
Comment 1: What I said; Sweden has 'form.'
Comment 2: Sunshine, so it goes, is a good, perhaps the best, disinfectant. Assange published details of secret, dirty, often murdering-to-steal dealings, mainly perpetrated by the US, but also about UK, Aus & other - lying governments. You choose: Is Assange an enemy of democracy, or one of its greatest heroes?
Fazit: We *know*, thanks, but "No, thanks!" to B, B & H, that regime-leaders lie. We *know*, thanks, but "No, thanks!" to US, UK & Aus and other SQSHsO, that rogue-regimes murder. Would *you* trust your own fate to any of these shitty, lying murdering criminals?
 conspiracy n. (pl. -ies) 1 secret plan to commit a crime; plot. 2 conspiring. [Latin: related to *conspire] [POD]
 lie2 -n. 1 intentionally false statement (tell a lie). 2 something that deceives. -v. (lies, lied, lying) 1 tell a lie or lies. 2 (of a thing) be deceptive. give the lie to show the falsity of (a supposition etc.). [Old English] [ibid.]
conspiracy vs. propaganda
Assange embarrasses US
US murders innocents
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