Nah, haven't read.
The occult stuff is interesting. I don't believe that stuff like Bohemian Grove and Skulls and Bones is genuine devil worship.
But intelligence agencies routinely use local legends about the occult and witchcraft and so on on the population when trying to destabilise stuff - others have learned to use the trick.
US intelligence used it in the Philippines for example, making bodies of guerillas they'd killed appear like they'd been killed by vampires.
The Brits used it in Northern Ireland, setting up "evidence" of witchcraft and black magic in heavily Catholic IRA areas to try an unsettle the locals from supporting the Ra.
Then we saw Alex Jones with his "Obama and Hilary are demons" stuff.
Its an old trick, the amazing thing is when otherwise intelligent people fall for it.
That is what its for.Paul Joseph Watson is in the office down the hall from Bellingcat at MI5/MI6.
They serve different audiences and use different means but both have the same aim - create confusion and point social anger at the targets du jour.
Again, its amazing how otherwise intelligent people fall for this shit.
Hmm yes you might be right.Depends on whether they are brushing them for the first time that day or not, but generally dickheadishness.
If he was so good at what he did, why did he murder his children and then commit suicide?A lot of people can be compared to Goebbels if you use pure anecdotal examples, or stretch false equivalences just enough. People seem to forget that Goebbels was very good at what he did for a job.
Bizarre - at my first Chaddie meet-up TT did exactly this but took an equally long confused look down at the scraper as your subject before joking "ha, that'd be Simon".At uni in first year biology classes students often used to scrape out their cheeks and look at the cells under microscopes in one of their first proper lab sessions.
I thought you guys used those "miswak" things the jihadis use.Hmm yes you might be right.
Generally I can't verify per se it's their first time. But based on the usual timing I'd say not.
I also stress observations have not been made in a shift based or operations in the field environment despite my chosen trade being in the privately contract special forces hard-as-**** world of physically brutal bad-asses. (like that wasn't obvious to anyone here)
Are you serious, we are talking about his job, not whether his life was a failure.If he was so good at what he did, why did he murder his children and then commit suicide?
Seems like the very definition of failure to me.
I agree in part.Are you serious, we are talking about his job, not whether his life was a failure.
He wasn't a general or in charge of troops (was very briefly in charge of Volkstrum units in Berlin and extremely briefly as Chancellor before he topped himself).
His job was propaganda and to convince the German people to support the Nazi party, which he did rather well. He did well to help con (and normalise terror) the best part of 80 million people to support an authoritarian and deeply racist regime, and keep them fighting for that regime to the bitter end, despite most people knowing the war was lost by mid 1943.
Wasn't his fault the Germans lost the war. His suicide and his kids death had zero to do with how good of a job he did as Propaganda minister.
Well it depends who you ask. SLF or Ferball, every one . Me, most of them to varying degrees.With the American track record of throwing various allies under the bus post WWII, at what point do countries start looking after their own interests and getting cozy with a new 'BFF'?