Breakdown...the 'played' is the thing....
with respect, let us begin.
The recent brouhaha involving David Wilcock, Ben Fulford, Kerry Cassidy and unnamed others (Anonymous) has brought to the forefront of thinking, the 'how' of it all... as in how do people, seeming reasonable and (sometimes) rational, fall for such bullshit as the currently unfolding 'lawsuit to bring down the NWO' drama. First thought, of course, is to give the benefit of the doubt, that is, to assume that our cast of 'players' are not willing, but are rather unwitting, actors within the drama currently unfolding.
Then the 'aha' moment manifests, when realization dawns that it is all a con job, and the cast is not 'players', but rather, the 'played'.
At this point there is no concern with the issue of why they fell/fall for these confidence tricks, nor is there even much concern given to the issue of 'who' is 'playing' our players. Rather the attention is directed toward the 'how' of it all.
While initially i thought to offer a breakdown of the 'lawsuit to end the NWO' as a confidence trick, showing point by point (using first Kerry's examples, and then the complete filing papers) how this game is being played, but then, tiring of restating the obvious, a much more fitting approach delivered itself. Let's make it a self teaching game.
There is a marvelous resource for tricksters and truthers available in the website of the The Guidebook for Con Artists and Manipulators. This web site (page 3 specifically) has a great table of contents that speaks directly to the examples that Kerry has chosen in support of her position that the lawsuit and its attendant drama is both real, and important.
While the lawsuit may indeed be existent, there is much to dispute, within its own words, that it is either real or important. In fact, when the individual paragraphs of the suit are examined, it is as though the whole of the suit was written in support of the Guidebook for Con Artists and Manipulators. The casual reader need only go to the third chapter of the Guide (Confusing reality with a story about reality) to find specific references easily observed in both Kerry's examples and the text of the suit itself. Kerry's second example:
166. These Books and Ledgers define the information that is held in the Federal
Reserve screen system. They contain the secret code cyphers and data on legal decisions,
treaties and other arrangements. Upon information and belief, they provide information
pertaining to all the accounts and sub-accounts that contain the gold and other assets, as well as
information pertaining to the financial instruments issued against the gold. Further, they specify
and provide the factual information as to what is in the Global Accounts, such as who owns the
gold and the source of its ownership. The protection and security of these Books is, therefore, of
the utmost importance and central to the authentication and verification process.-- FROM Case 1:11-cv-08500-JFK Document 1 Filed 11/23/11 Page 79 of 114 (ACTUAL PAGE 75 per numbering on document
Now please note that this is a document, not reality. Within the document, the authors are telling a story about their view of events, and are not describing reality. The rest of the lawsuit is in similar vein. Further, there are also easily seen examples of nearly every chapter within the Guide for Con Artists on exhibit within this 'suit'.
Having read (as they say in Uber NWO world (oxford/har-vard/yale)) for 'torts and claims', in my far distant youth, and being familiar, more than most, with legal language, it is my opinion that this lawsuit is poorly written, uses legal language badly, and is very oddly constructed for a civil action seeking redress. In point of observation, it is as though the author of the lawsuit knew it would be discarded prima facia and was using the filing of the suit as an opportunity to place certain language behind a 'public record' label. This is itself a well respected confidence trick tactic, and demonstrates (variously) chapters 4, 5, 6, 8, and 10 of the Guide for Con Artists and Manipulators.
Further the language within the suit is written such (in my opinion as a self educated, unschooled linguist) as to proffer a story, and not as a valid (or 'real') attempt to pursue correcting an injustice in the legal system. In this regard it is my opinion that the lawsuit is 'not real'. Other problems within the structure of the suit make it plain that it will be summarily dismissed as a case without 'standing' in the legal meaning of that word. It does not read like a real case with legs, and rather presents itself as a legal straw dog with a hidden purpose in a wider plot such as supporting a disinformation and distraction campaign. Or other, larger than itself, strategy.
So the attentive reader of both the Guide for Con Artists and Manipulators, and the 'lawsuit to end the NWO' is left with several questions. The more obvious; "just who is playing David and Kerry? Is it Ben Fulford? or is he merely another victim of the 'third party deceiver' tactic? This, of course, assumes that David, Kerry and Ben are innocents... untrained in analysis, language and the wicked ways of the enemies of humanity and are thus not able to discern when they are being jerked (the common term in the 'green eyed' agencies). That being the assumption, then the cast of played players will react as they are projected, for the benefit of the game masters. That is, (especially with Wilcock as he is young (still) and without discrimination of mind that age and suffering bring) the 'played players' will react egoistically, and try to 'defend' their at-risk-egos by 'collectivizing the experience - or sharing the blame'....which is to say, by further 'selling the story'. This, of course, is just what the con artist (in the background) wants, as it is quite true that no one can sell a con like a mark......
then the question becomes....qui bene? just who is benefitting from this game?
copyright during the winter solstice. three days of standing....
December 21, 2011 by clif high