NWO Tavistock Doc 9


Shaping the Moral, Spiritual, Cultural, Political and Economic Decline of the United States.
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A list of U.S. Government Papers, some available and some not, reveal in a striking manner just how controlled the nations of the world (including the United States) have become due to the exercise of propaganda methods at an astonishing array of levels.
At best, I can only mention the titles and paraphrase content because of the vastness of the material. I hope the information
we have put together will shock the American people out of their slumbering apathy and make them realize just how far they are on the road to becoming slaves of the Socialist New World Order inside a One World GovernmentOfficial Definitions: A useful collection of terms and definitions as used by the Washington power establishment. Without exception every single one of the programs cited herein are Tavistock born and bred. 
Social Sciences and Political Intervention: What passes itself off as project-centered "development assistance" may in reality consist of dangerous manipulation of culture and social relations in the southern hemisphere. Because of the enormous monetary advantage enjoyed by donors of "aid," they are often in a position to do extensive psycho-social studies of target groups and to exploit them in ways that would not occur to most people, even in their worst nightmares. It is typical of everything John Rawlings Reese taught at Tavistock and it was carried into every aspect of American life. 

Shock and Awe: Achieving Rapid Dominance - This is the National Defense University text (1996) that became the theory behind U.S. intervention in the Middle East and the war against Iraq in March and April of 2003. "Shock and Awe," says the text, is intended to be the "non-nuclear equivalent" of the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945Says the now out-of-print study guide of that terrible tragedy says: "The impact of those weapons was sufficient to transform both the mindset of the average Japanese citizen and the outlook of the leadership through this condition of Shock and Awe. 
The Japanese simply could not comprehend the destructive power carried by a single airplane. This incomprehension produced a state of awe." Besides using massive firepower for psychological purposes, the publication also includes extensive discussion of propaganda operations. "The principal mechanism for achieving this dominance is through imposing sufficient conditions of "Shock and Awe" on the adversary to convince or compel it to accept our strategic aims and military objectives," the writers state. "Clearly, deception, confusion, misinformation, and disinformation, perhaps in massive amounts, must be employed.
Psychological Warfare in Combat: This is the full text of the infamous "Shock and Awe" doctrine, published in 1996 by the National Defense University, Washington. The concept is to gain complete control over the will of an adversary, as well as the perceptions and understanding of target peoples, literally making an enemy impotent to act or react.

It is worth noting that all of these words and descriptions were found in text books used to condition students attending
classes conducted by John Rawlings Reese at the British Army Psychological Warfare Bureau where Rawlings was a master theoretician. The "Shock & Awe" doctrine is described as a strategy to achieve the systematic destruction of military capability
through attrition, where appropriate, and to use overwhelming force to paralyze shock, unnerve, and ultimately accomplish the moral destruction of an opponentThe International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD): A Program of Action presented at the conference called for massive propaganda effort, utilizing the mass media, non-governmental organizations, commercial entertainment, and academic institutions in an effort to "persuade" people in developing countries to change their
fertility preferences.
A revision to the original text added to accommodate representatives from developing countries urges that communications activities carried out by donors "for advocacy purposes or to promote particular lifestyles" should be labeled in such a way that the public will be aware of their purpose and that "the identity of sponsors should be indicated in an appropriate manner."
Despite this recommendation, which imposes no mandatory restrictions on aid donors, the "communication" section of
document remains a very dangerous and politically explosive part of the New World Order agenda.

The Population Communication Project: The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) has poured tens of millions of dollars into a "mass media" influence campaign that uses tactics borrowed from military psychological-war operatives. USAID is only one of hundreds of U.S. Government agencies that contracted with Tavistock to write its programs. In fact, the contractor working as a proxy for USAID in this case was also under contract to the U.S. Army to prepare teaching manuals for psychological operationsEnter-Educate: Using Entertainment as Propaganda: The young audience is likely to be more vulnerable to messages presented in the context of "entertainment" than to other communications that might tend to raise questions about the legitimacy of foreign ideas. Thus, the entertainment-propaganda approach has become a huge part of USAID's international population control effort.
Here again, literary millions of dollars has gone to Tavistock for programs taught by Enter-Educate operators. When Propaganda Backfires: A study done of family planning attitudes and behavior done in the north of Nigeria in 1994. According to a published report, the negative reaction illustrated "opposition to outsider improprieties, to family planning in general and to U.S.-sponsored family planning programs in particular." Nigeria Bilateral Population Program: (U.S. State Department document). The major planning document of the U.S. government's population control strategy for Nigeria.

It is also used as an important part of propaganda in Psychological Warfare employed in the U.S. Government programs to undermine Latin American political movements, the anti-war effort, movement, and grassroots political organizing. The contract to write this program was awarded to Tavistock. Post-Modern Warfare: A menu of resources about political/psychological warfare, covert activities, and genocide. Urban De-Concentration and Other Tactics: This is so diabolical in content that I do not propose publishing it at least for now. Social Influence: Propaganda and Persuasion: — Some useful background information.
Psychological Operations in Guerrilla Warfare: The CIA's tactical manual for paramilitary forces in Central America prepared by Tavistock. The CIA has Tavistock under contract and works very closely with it.

Institute for Propaganda Analysis: A collection of documents containing basic facts about covert influence campaigns. Here again, the institute is merely a clearing house for Tavistock data and brainwashing methods for mass use. The United States Intelligence Bureaus Official descriptions and duties of U.S. government bureaus involved in the collection or analysis of intelligence. Secrecy & Government Bulletins: A collection of documents advocating openness in government.
Reporters Collective: A source for reliable research materials on international institutions and their role in fronting for the
wealthy, powerful nations that control their policies. Many of the institutions listed have had their leadership cadre taught by Tavistock's Social Science scientists. Propaganda, dissemination of ideas and information for the purpose of inducing or intensifying specific attitudes and actions: Because propaganda is frequently accompanied by distortions of fact and by appeals to passion and prejudice, it is often thought to be invariably false or misleading. As Tavistock's manuals state, the essential distinction lies in the intentions of the propagandist to persuade an audience to adopt the attitude or action he or she espouses. Wilson and Roosevelt were examples of this truism, both having been polished in the art of diplomacy by deception as Bukanin
explained the term back in 1814. 

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The massive modern propaganda techniques which have become a familiar part of particularly the American and British governments began with World War I (1914-1918). From the beginning of the war, both German and British propagandists worked hard to win sympathy and support of the United States. German propagandists appealed to the many Americans of German descent, and to those of Irish descent, who were traditionally hostile to Great Britain who was living in America. The propaganda was rather crude by today's standards, but what it lacked in finesse was made up by the sheer volume of the huge output of Wellington House

Soon, however, Germany was virtually cut off from direct access to the United States. Thereafter British propaganda had little competition in the United States, and it was conducted more skillfully than that of the Germans who had no equivalent of Wellington House, Bernays, or Lippmann. Once engaged in the war Woodrow Wilson organized the Committee on Public Information, an official propaganda agency, to mobilize American public opinion. This committee proved highly successful, particularly in the sale of Liberty Bonds. And no wonder. Its program was written for the White House by Tavistock and was largely directed from London. The exploitation by the Allies of President Woodrow Wilson's Fourteen Points, which seemed to promise a just peace for both the victors and the vanquished, contributed greatly toward crystallizing opposition within the Central Powers to continuation of the war.
Elsewhere herein we have detailed the lies and distortions engaged in by the Bryce Commission, which remains one of the most disturbing examples of blatant lying successfully passed off as truth. The part played by Americans at Wellington House, the premiere propaganda center in the world at that time is also explained later herein. The propaganda aspects of World War II were similar to those of World War I, except that the Second World War, also started by Britain and financed by the international
bankers, was greater in scope. Radio played a major role, with "news broadcasts" always a mixture of facts heavily laced with fiction. Propaganda activities overseas were more intense. The Tavistock Institute was able to put into practice all of the valuable lessons it had learned in 1914-1919, and it used its experience in a number of new ways in the old as well as new countries.

Both Germany and the United Kingdom again sought to sway American opinion. German propagandists played on anti-British sentiment, represented the war as a struggle against communism, and pictured Germany as the invincible champion of a new wave of anti-Communism. German agents also gave their support to movements in the United States that backed "isolationism", a descriptive tag attached to all Americans who opposed war with Germany. German propaganda efforts were no match against the expertise of Wellington House and Tavistock or the resources of Britain (secretly aided with huge amounts of money by the
Roosevelt administration) and once again it proved ineffective.
The carefully planned attack on Pearl Harbor was well known by Roosevelt, Stimson and Knox for months before the actual attack. December 1941, was a godsend for Roosevelt who had been trying desperately to force the U.S. to go to war on the side of Britain, especially after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor; American people were persuaded by propaganda and outright
lies that Germany was the aggressor. The dire warnings by Lindbergh, the famous aviator, and a number of other anti-war Senators that Roosevelt was not to be trusted, and that as was the case in WWI, the U.S. had no business interjecting itself into the war in Germany, was blunted by propaganda. Also, the "contrived situation" at Pearl Harbor changed public opinion, as Roosevelt well knew it would. Allied propaganda efforts that flowed from Tavistock were aimed at separating the peoples of the Axis nations from their governments, which were held solely to blame for the war. Radio broadcasts and leaflets dropped
from the air carried Allied propaganda to the enemy.

The official U.S. propaganda agencies during World War II were the Office of War Information (OWI), charged with disseminating Tavistock "information" at home and abroad, and the Office of Strategic Service (OSS), forerunner of the CIA and a creation of Tavistock, charged with conducting psychological warfare against the enemy. At Supreme Headquarters in the European theater of operations, the OWI and OSS were coordinated with military activities by the Psychological Warfare Division under the
direction of Social scientists from the Tavistock Institute. In the period of the Cold War—a marked conflict of interests
between the United States and the Soviet Union following World War II—propaganda continued to be a significant instrument of national policy. Both the democratic and Communist blocs of states attempted by sustained campaigns, to win to their side the
great masses of uncommitted peoples, and thereby, achieve their objectives, without resorting to armed conflict. Every aspect of national life and policy was exploited for purposes of propaganda.
The Cold War was also marked by the use of defectors, trials, and confessions for propaganda purposes. In this propaganda
war the Communist nations seemed initially to have a distinct advantage. Because their governments controlled all media,
they could largely seal off their people from Western propaganda. At the same time, the highly centralized governments could
plan elaborate propaganda campaigns and mobilize resources to carry out their plans. They could also count on aid from 
Communist parties and sympathizers in other countries. Democratic states, on the other hand, could neither prevent their peoples from being exposed to Communist propaganda nor mobilize all their resources to counter it. This apparent advantage for Communist governments eroded during the 1980s, as communications technology advanced. Inability to control the spread of information was a major factor in the disintegration of many Communist regimes in Eastern Europe at the end of the decade. The United States Information Agency (USIA), established in 1953 to conduct propaganda and cultural activities abroad, operates the "Voice of America", a radio network that carries news and information about the United States in more than 40 languages
to all parts of the world.
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The case of Lord Bryce with historians heavily involved in either defending or damning the war in Iraq, it might be good time to ponder the case of Viscount James Bryce, the highly respected historian who sold out and went to his grave as a confirmed, dastardly, unrepentant liar. Before his unfortunate involvement with Wellington House, Bryce had enjoyed wide respect as an
honest historian. From the start of World War I, stories of German atrocities filled British and American newspapers. By far the bulk of them were prepared at Wellington House and spread through media channels

Mostly, they were supposed to have emanated from "eye-witness" accounts by "reporters and photographers," who accompanied the German Army's march through Belgium to outflank French defenses in their drive on Paris. Eyewitnesses described German infantrymen spearing Belgian babies on their bayonets as they marched along, singing war songs. Accounts of Belgian boys and girls with amputated hands (supposedly to prevent them from using guns) abounded. Tales of women with amputated breasts multiplied even faster.

At the top of the atrocity hit parade were rape stories. One eyewitness claimed the Germans dragged twenty young women out of their houses in a captured Belgian town and stretched them on tables in the village square, where each was violated by at least twelve "Huns," while the rest of the division watched and cheered. At British expense, a group of Belgians toured the United States retelling these stories. 
President Woodrow Wilson solemnly received them in the White House. Their story horrified America. Nobody thought to check their account of the rape they had witnessed. Their accounts of the brutality they allegedly had suffered were never questioned. The Germans angrily denied these stories. So did American reporters with the German army. In 1914 Wilson had not yet "managed" the battlefield reporters unlike George Bush in the invasion of Iraq in 2002. There were no "embedded" reporters with the British Army. Tavistock had yet to learn how to censor the truth by "embedding" selected reporters with the troops.

When British journalist's dispatches began to be published in England, throwing doubt of the "atrocities", Northcliffe came up with the idea of appointing Lord Bryce to head an enquiry board to investigate accounts of German atrocities and report back to him. Actually the suggestion came from Edward Bernays and was approved by Walter Lippmann. Then, early in 1915, the British government made it official by asking Viscount Bryce to head a royal commission to investigate the atrocity reports. Bryce was one of the best known historians of the era; he had written widely praised books on the American government and on Irish history, sympathetically portraying the Irish people's hard fate under British rule. In 1907, he had worked with an Anglo-Irish
diplomat, Roger Casement, to expose horrendous exploitation of Indian peoples on the Amazon River by a British rubber
company. From 1907-1913, he had served as British ambassador in Washington, where he became a popular, even beloved
It would have been hard to find a more admired scholar who had an established reputation of honesty and integrity. Bryce
and his six fellow commissioners, an amalgam of distinguished lawyers, historians land jurists, "analyzed" 1,200 depositions of "eyewitnesses," who claimed to have seen all manner of atrocious German behavior. 

Almost all the testimony came from Belgians who had fled to England as refugees; and there were some statements from
Belgian and British soldiers, collected in France. But the commissioners failed to interrogate even a single one of these
eyewitnesses; that task was left to "gentlemen of legal knowledge and experience"—lawyers. Since the asserted crimes took place in what continued to be a war zone, there was no on site investigation of any of the reports. Not a single witness was identified by name; the commissioners said this was justified in the case of Belgians by the fear that there might be German reprisals against family members. 

But British soldier witnesses remained equally anonymous, for no apparent reason. Nevertheless, in his introduction, Bryce claimed that he and his fellow commissioners had tested the evidence "severely." Nobody suspected that military witnesses were not to be "tested" at all, let alone, severely so. No reason was ever given for such a grave lapse, and what Tavistock has since characterized not as a lie, but as a "misstatement." The Bryce Report was released on May 13, 1915. British propaganda headquarters in Wellington House, near Buckingham Palace, made sure it went to virtually every newspaper in America. The impact was stupendous, as the headline and subheads in the New York Times make clear. 

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August 1st 2020 Rev - 1
Mark Aldrich,
Aug 2, 2020, 1:10 AM