Monday, May 20, 2013
Obama's War of Psychological Terror And Intimidation Against Americans, Part 1: Plausible Deniability...
"Plausible Deniability" is a term coined by the CIA during the Kennedy administration to describe the withholding of information from senior officials in order to protect them from repercussions in the event that illegal or unpopular activities by the CIA became public knowledge.
That was in the 1960's, and the concept has since spread to other branches of government and morphed into a "culture of plausible deniability" over the years with subsequent administrations taking such or similar action to cover their trails and the actions. This has been practiced by Lyndon Johnson, Richard Nixon, Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, George Herbert Bush, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, and now Barack Obama.
In most cases each administration had its share of hostile media adversaries, eagerly watching over government over-reach, abuses, and Constitutional infringements.
During Obama administration, we found, until recently, the Socialist Liberal Media (SLIME) in collusion with the Executive Branch of the Government and with the Socialist fringe of Congress to advance an agenda to "transform" the U.S.
The stated aims of that agenda are to implement the principles as espoused by its chief proponent, the President of the United States, a manifesto based on contempt for the U.S. constitution, stating overtly that the Constitution "does not go far enough."
The President's agenda includes the expansion of government and the implementation of programs dedicated to bring a gargantuan expansion of government, chiefly being implemented by actions suppressive to business and commerce by the various agencies such as the IRS, the EPA, the FTC, the Department of Justice, and the Department of Homeland Security.
The success of the implementation of that agenda necessarily required the elimination of dissent and opposition to this agenda, and thus, either wittingly, unwittingly, or as a result of the "culture" that has evolved to carry out the aims and intentions of the administration, a "culture of suppression" of its opposition has resulted, as evidenced by the quickly emerging scandals rocking the White House and its agencies today: Benghazi, the IRS intimidations, the DOJ's Spying and Intimidating the Media, The Allegations of the Families of Seal Team Six.
The "culture of intimidation" also necessarily spawned a "culture of cover-up," which has been manifested in the Benghazi Terrorist attack Cover-up with the blaming of the attack on an internet video. Subsequent denials have included the phrases "What difference does it matter," "That happened a long time ago," or "It's Irrelevant."
The absurd denials by the President and the heads of the departments he oversees, fit the category of "Plausible Deniability."
"...The term most often refers to the denial of blame in (formal or informal) chains of command, where senior figures assign responsibility to the lower ranks, and records of instructions given do not exist or are inaccessible, meaning independent confirmation of responsibility for the action is nearly impossible. In the case that illegal or otherwise disreputable and unpopular activities become public, high-ranking officials may deny any awareness of such act or any connection to the agents used to carry out such acts. The lack of evidence to the contrary ostensibly makes the denial plausible, that is, credible. The term typically implies forethought, such as intentionally setting up the conditions to plausibly avoid responsibility for one's (future) actions or knowledge..."
By the way, "...Plausible deniability is also a legal concept. It refers to lack of evidence proving an allegation. Standards of proof vary in civil and criminal cases. In civil cases, the standard of proof is "preponderance of the evidence" whereas in a criminal matter, the standard is "beyond a reasonable doubt." If an opponent lacks incontrovertible proof (evidence) of their allegation, one can "plausibly deny" the allegation even though it may be true..."
And so we have the "culture of plausible deniability" that has been institutionalized and ingrained in the political arm of government, which in turn has turned the resources provided by the tax payers themselves, against those tax payers, through the use of armed policemen, and the psychological terrorism of coercion and intimidation, and political retaliation, to bring the administration's opponents into compliance, or to wipe the opposition out entirely.
Submission is the goal, which is incidentally, what the term "Islam" means.
The antithesis of "submission," and the antidote to this suppression, is non-compliance, rebellion, and a determined, dedicated, and relentless attack back against all the elements that suppress the Constitution and the Liberties it guarantees to its Freedom-loving constituents.
While part and parcel of the Administration's tactics is the psy-ops or (psychological operations) against its opponents, i.e., the Tea Party, via the promulgation of the mantra that the Tea Party, and its allied movements are dead or dying, there is an irony here that merits mention.
If one were to leave one's biases and "indoctrination" at the door, and peruse American history, at least a bit objectively, one will find that our Constitution has been shredded and was relegated to the dust heap, since during and the end of our Civil War. The subsequent dismantling of it, and serial violations of it attest to this.
Not since then has there been a Constitutional movement that even resembles the awakening of the Tea Party and its related entities. Today in history we find the people aware enough, and bold enough, and with the technological tools, capable of restoring the Constitution to its rightful place.
The century-and-a-half racket, which amounts to a parasitical attachment by the proponents of an entity (entities) known colloquially as government, has been a criminal enterprise of catastrophic proportions, to which many in the American landscape have been awakened. The awakening has become a movement called the Tea Party, and the Tea Party today is building its political machine to counter Constitutional transgressions.
The Obama administration finds itself in that place in time in which a Tea Party emerged, partly due to the imposition of the administration's jack-boot tactics against them. Nevertheless, for the first time in history a President and a Congress, and in general "governments," find themselves faced with an educated part of their constituents with the knowledge and expertise, not only to restore the original Constitution, but to bring to fruition a renaissance of its principles.
The Obama administration's "culture of suppression" has been a backlash against the Tea Party and its related entities. However, ironically, the Tea Party, et al, is not merely a response to the Obama Administration, but is, in effect, a response to the sum total of a century and a half of suppression.
The Constitutional Renaissance Movement, or Tea Party is aware enough, knowledgeable enough, and powerful enough to not be blinded or hypnotized by the Plausible Deniability Administration. The culprits that have perpetrated a ruse to extract the wealth of millions for their own dire and evil purposes have smelled the sordid scent of their demise, and even their attempts to stifle "the awakening" have been thwarted.
We may, in fact, be on the verge of a golden age.
Obama's War of Psychological Terror And Intimidation Against Americans, Part 2 .... Part 3
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