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Disinformation and the
Planet X / Nibiru Cover-up

YOWUSA.COM, 04-March-04
Dale Caruso

…Continued

Seeing the Forest for the Trees

Writing at the website for Portland Independent Media Center, an Oregon site for people to post and exchange idea and concepts, a poster who identifies him or herself as "Diogenes" has collected and identifies 20 ways to spot disinformation.  From that list, I want to share 10 that I think particularly apply to this subject material (i.e. Nibiru and the disinformation that seemingly accompanies it).

    1. Hear no evil, see no evil, speak no evil.

    Regardless of what you know, don't discuss it -- especially if you are a public figure, news anchor, etc.  If it's not reported, it didn't happen, and you never have to deal with the issues.

    2. Create rumor mongers.

    Avoid discussing issues by describing all charges, regardless of venue or evidence, as mere rumors and wild accusations.  Other derogatory terms mutually exclusive of truth may work as well.  This method works especially well with a silent press, because the only way the public can learn of the facts are through such "arguable rumors."  If you can associate the material with the Internet, use this fact to certify it a "wild rumor" which can have no basis in fact.

    3. Sidetrack opponents with
    name-calling and ridicule.

    This is also known as the primary attack the messenger ploy, though other methods qualify as variants of that approach.  Associate opponents with unpopular titles such as "kooks", "right-wing", "liberal", "left-wing", "terrorists", "conspiracy buffs", "radicals", "militia", "racists" , "religious fanatics", "sexual deviates", and so forth.  This makes others shrink from support out of fear of gaining the same label, and you avoid dealing with issues.

    4. Question motives.

    Twist or amplify any fact, which could be so taken to imply that the opponent operates out of a hidden personal agenda or other bias.  This avoids discussing issues and forces the accuser on the defensive.

    5. Invoke authority.

    Claim for yourself or associate yourself with authority and present your argument with enough "jargon" and "minutiae" to illustrate you are "one who knows", and simply say it isn't so without discussing issues or demonstrating concretely why or citing sources.

    6. Fit the facts to alternate conclusions.

    This requires creative thinking unless the crime was planned with contingency conclusions in place.

    7. Emotionalize, antagonize, and goad opponents.

     If you can't do anything else, chide and taunt your opponents and draw them into emotional responses, which will tend to make them look foolish and overly motivated, and generally render their material somewhat less coherent.  Not only will you avoid discussing the issues in the first instance, but even if their emotional response addresses the issue, you can further avoid the issues by then focusing on how "sensitive they are to criticism".

    8. Ignore proof presented, demand impossible proofs.

    This is perhaps a variant of the "play dumb" rule.  Regardless of what material may be presented by an opponent in public forums, claim the material irrelevant and demand proof that is impossible for the opponent to come by (it may exist, but not be at his disposal, or it may be something which is known to be safely destroyed or withheld, such as a murder weapon).

    In order to completely avoid discussing issues may require you to categorically deny and be critical of media or books as valid sources, deny that witnesses are acceptable, or even deny that statements made by government or other authorities have any meaning or relevance.

    9. False evidence.

    Whenever possible, introduce new facts or clues designed and manufactured to conflict with opponent presentations as useful tools to neutralize sensitive issues or impede resolution.  This works best when the crime was designed with contingencies for the purpose, and the facts cannot be easily separated from the fabrications.

    10. Manufacture a new truth.

    Create your own expert(s), group(s), author(s), leader(s) or influence existing ones willing to forge new ground via scientific, investigative or social research or testimony, which concludes favorably.  In this way, if you must actually address issues, you can do so authoritatively."

I would add to the above list an 11th reason.  Attempt to put forward a "feeling" or perception of a situation or topic.  Then, that feeling or perception is embellished by truths or half-truths in an attempt to move this "sense," gut feeling" or "theory" into the world of hard, cold fact.

Avoiding a Black and White
Approach in a Gray Tone World

The problem in sorting information from disinformation is that truth is all a matter of perception and as Marshall Masters says, "good disinformation always gets the benefit of the doubt."

Quite simply put, often one person's information is another's disinformation.  To complicate this even more, we have become a culture or civilization that not only replies on others to give us the truth, we also have become increasingly reliant on others to discern for us the truth from the lies.

Lies exist everywhere.  Consider the role, for example, of our educational system.  The reality is that there is nothing so vulgar left in human experience for which some educator from some institution cannot be found to justify it.  In the name of literary license, anything passes off as permissible.  The caution I want to throw out to you in this mini-lesson is; we so often let the everyday stuff of our lives get in the way of finding the truth; we sit and just accept what the media, educators and government dish out to us without a sense of questioning its validity."

Aldous HuxleyAuthor Aldous Huxley once remarked that the civil libertarians and rationalists who are ever on the alert to oppose tyranny "failed to take into account man's almost infinite appetite for distractions."  To simplify his thought, we could say that we tend to have the attention span of a gnat.

Finding a Target for our
Intercontinental Ballistic Index Finger

To be totally honest, each of us possess the deadliest weapon ever know - a weapon that has cost the lives of millions over the span of our existence A weapon that while its uses for good are almost limitless, is rarely used for that purpose.  That weapon is our index/digit finger.

We seem to have this insatiable need to find fault, find the culprit, the perpetrator.  When we do, if we do, we unleash our incredible wrath.  This wrath can take various forms, from destruction of reputation to death and all too often, there is very little difference between the two.  The interesting thing about this heinous weapon is that, unlike a gun, one can never use it for the purpose of suicide.

Rarely, if ever are there serious attempts to turn this weapon on ourselves and to take blame for something that should not be, not continue, or to indicate who is really to blame.

Perhaps the most dangerous aspect of this weapon is not the weapon itself, rather the indiscriminate use of it by all of us.  We all are certainly guilty of the adage, "shoot first, ask questions later."  Sadly, however, those questions are seldom seriously asked.  While examples of this indiscriminate "killing" pervade EVERY aspect of our daily lives, we will limit this examination to Nibiru — our topic at hand.

Have there been vast amounts of disinformation?  The answer, without a doubt, is yes, and it is coming from many, many sources.  The difficulty, as I see it, is that these many sources, more often than not, are not connected, even though we assume they are.  This only confuses our attempt to identify, not the source; that is the easy part rather the reason for the disinformation.  To truly stop or eliminate a problem, one needs to understand the problem, not just identify it.

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The most often named culprit is "Government."  Is government a valid choice for our list?  Most assuredly it is, but also most certainly not the only suspect.  My purpose in writing this piece is not to identify or create some suspect list, naming names, or "pointing the finger."  Rather, my intent is to try to give you a foundation for the proper targeting of your weapon of choice, your finger.  I think it is critical to keep in mind the list of methods of disinformation that we have listed above, to become familiar with, and understand these methods of disinformation.  When we do, we begin to better understand the reasoning behind their disinformation attacks and this enables us to better counter those attacks.  To put it simply, by becoming better-informed listeners, readers and self-researchers, we become more adept at sorting through the chaff.  The reasons for the disinformation are as varied as those that are leveling the "attacks" - from the most malicious to the most benign.

"What is My Motivation?"

How often have you heard the expression, "what is my motivation?" usually uttered by some actor schooled in the Constantin Stanislavski method of acting.  Actually, this is an important question that we need to apply to our attempt to discern information from disinformation.  What is the motivation of those, you feel, are pushing forth disinformation?  In short, what are the motive, agenda and/or intent of those that others say are pushing forth disinformation.  While we on this particular topic, can we say with any certainty, that those crying "disinformation," are not in fact practitioners of disinformation.

Webster's defines "disinformation" as "false information deliberately and often covertly spread (as by the planting of rumors) in order to influence public opinion or obscure the truth" and the Encyclopedia Britannica equates the term disinformation with that of "propaganda," which they go on to describe as "... dissemination of information—facts, arguments, rumors, half truths, or lies—to influence public opinion.

Propaganda is the more or less systematic effort to manipulate other people's beliefs, attitudes, or actions by means of symbols (words, gestures, banners, monuments, music, clothing, insignia, hairstyles, designs on coins and postage stamps, and so forth).  Deliberateness¼"

It All Comes Down to YOU

Bob Stepno, Emerson College, Boston PhD Candidate, UNC Chapel Hill School of Journalism and Mass Communication and Bob Henshaw, M.S., Information Sciences, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, currently with the Center for Instructional Technology University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, in a paper originally issued in 1995, posed the most important question in attempting to identify and sort out information from disinformation.  That question is "Who's Defining Quality?"  Not us.  This area is as subjective as it comes.  Two people named Bob might even disagree over a simple statement like, "One person's information is another person's disinformation."

The pair goes on to remind us that:

You, the Consumer... have a number of issues to consider in your quest for reliable information.

Consider Your Needs -Strategies for locating information are determined initially by the nature of our information needs.  How much detail is needed?  How esoteric is the subject matter?

Consider Your Options -If you live on a mountaintop and your satellite dish is down you may feel starved for information and actually go to the library for a book.  For most of us, however, too much information is the problem.  In addition, the Internet exacerbates this information overload by adding almost unlimited quantity to the problem of weighing the relative quality of the information.

Consider the Source - With traditional media, we can draw significant conclusions about content from the source alone.  Information providers tend to be most successful when consumers can consistently predict certain characteristics about the content.

Assuming their content is in demand; providers may become "brand names" for information consumers who welcome the convenience of a reliable, consistent source of information.

Internet search engines, hypertext links and directory services complicate this process.  You may be led to the content of a Web page first.  You can consider the source if you have reason to question its accuracy or are interested enough to seek further information.

Hidden agendas exist in other media and can be exposed on the Web.  Then you have to consider the source of the expose', too...  Is all of this access to information and the ability to publish a guarantee of quality, or a guarantee of Babel?

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Detailed explanations of the first three Planet X events projected for the tribulation time line are presented: covert visitations, deep impact, and the perihelion alignment of the Planet X system as it will be seen from Earth. These projections by the Guides appear in the book, Being In It for the Species The Universe Speaks.

 
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