Sunday, December 11, 2011

Fwd: Secret Cabal Psyop Document

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Date: Sun, Dec 11, 2011 at 10:36 PM
Subject: Secret Cabal Document



The following methods are effective in most of the cases if the agent follows the rules included below.

Disguised Contradiction: Two or more statements are combined in the following way:  The "cabal" is described as absolutely evil, but also as infinitely powerful.


This narrative is combined with a complementary disguised contradiction:


The "Extraterrestrials" are described as good and ready to help humans but, at the same time, these aliens are shown defeated again and again by our attacks and by their own mechanical failures.


So the whole sequence of events shows that the evil "cabal" always wins. On the contrary, the powerful good aliens are in fact weak and fragile. Sample: An old Japanese Second World War plane will be able to destroy the alien craft.

Besides, these "alien" crafts are obviously accident prone. The psyop discourse always will make reference to multiple alien ships crashes.


The listener will find impossible to solve these contradictions in a rational way.

However, if the believer talks or writes about her/his doubts, the psyop acting as pro-ET, will act against the "heretic" banning him from his group or sect.


This ruthlessness can then be justifies with the scapegoat maneuver (cabal deluded me.) This is

important because it shows that even the psyop acting as "guru" can be manipulated by the "cabal" but not protected by the "good ET."

This technique reinforces all the contradictions exposed above.



Psyoperations Lab.