Cliché Series # 5:  Perceiving Profiles Confined Within Certain Configurations

Cliché Series # 5: Perceiving Profiles Confined Within Certain Configurations

November 2, 2017

by Doug “Uncola” Lynn:

Whenever anyone uses the term conspiracy theory or calls someone a conspiracy theorist in any debate, they are, in most instances, revealing their own contempt prior to investigation.  This is, in fact, an exemplification of prejudice even by those claiming their minds are open.  In truth, they are not willing to consider any evidence that might challenge what they have previously decided to be untrue, or unproven; these, of course, being two very separate prospects.

If people were intellectually honest they would acknowledge, at the very least, the POSSIBILITY of SOME truth behind what they designate as “conspiracy”. Or, should they wish to engage in the discussion, they would debate using opposing facts; or any additional contravening corroboration behind their perspectives and ideological positioning.

This, of course, requires some level of enthusiasm to discuss any given subject and a moderate comprehension of the elementary facts regarding the stated topic.  Sadly, for most people, they lack both, and when they cannot muster the energy to converse, acknowledge alternative possibilities, or present opposing arguments, they will then either engage in ad hominem labeling or attempt to characterize any perceived contradicting evidence as “conspiracy”.

Perhaps they do this as a defense mechanism in order to ensure the continuity of their worldview.  Or it could simply be the result of apathy, laziness, fear, or pride.  Or maybe most folks just don’t like loose ends.

Nevertheless, these are the people who comprise the majority of American citizens today. The same folks who swallow, hook, line, and sinker, that the September 11, 2012 attack on the American Embassy in Benghazi, Libya was caused by a YouTube video; and that the Russians hacked the 2016 Presidential Election.

Talk about conspiracy theories!



Yet, these same people will label others as conspiratorial tinfoil-hat-wearing nutjobs for questioning how Building 7 fell in its own footprint; or how donations to the Clinton Foundation came from Uranium One (even though it was reported by the mainstream media years ago); or regarding Hillary Clinton’s, and the Democratic National Committee’s, involvement with the phony Russian “Golden Shower” Dossier  on Trump.

How could this be possible?  Maybe because the word “conspiracy” simultaneously eliminates the need for both critical thinking and accountability; and, perhaps, “blind and stupid” is a simpler and more sedate way to live as the Sheeple march in unified lockstep; lemmings bound for the inevitable cliff.

Obviously, it’s because they fail to:

Read between the lines.

If they could, they would understand how the Mainstream Media, the Democratic Party, and the Establishment Republicans like John McCain, Lindsay Graham, Bob Corker , Jeff Flake, and others, have merged into a single entity. They would realize how the handful of corporations comprising the Mainstream Media has morphed into the Marketing and Public Relations arm for the Global Financial Establishment.  An entity comprised of the aforementioned lawmakers in Congress, the media, international banking conglomerates, monolithic corporate behemoths, Silicon Valley tech firms, the entertainment industry, and the entire deep state military industrial apparatus; all of whom have pledged their fealty to a small group of elite globalist billionaires and their sinister agenda of world domination.



The Mueller investigation of Trump and the special prosecutor’s recent indictments against Paul Manafort and others are the political equivalent of guerilla tactics in order to position for maximum political disruption against the Trump administration.  By means of vague innuendo and false accusations, the Political Establishment has conspired to utilize the Russian election-hacking lie in order to discover, or manufacture, any missing link that will legally stick to Trump so he will be impeached or forced to resign. This is also why, at the same time, the Lamestream Media downplays Hillary Clinton’s high crimes and misdemeanors.

It is all so obvious a child could see it; but only those willing to:

Read between the lines.

The globalists must divide America so she will fall. The United States Constitution is all that remains between 2017 and global hegemony.  By refusing to see with their own eyes, so many people have become gullible, useful idiots. They have no clue what is about to happen to them. They’ve been fooled.

But how were they so deceived?  The answer is simple.  They believe what they were persuaded to believe.  And, when one considers the concepts of “belief” and “persuasion”, it calls to mind the following phase:


“If you don’t believe in something you will fall for anything”.


This phrase might also be inverted to say:


“If you do believe in anything, you will fall for something.”


What then is the foundation underlying each of the above ideological positions? What are the dangers either way?  When considering these questions, one must contemplate the concept of “truth”.  Is there actually a plumb line of separation between truth and falsehood? If so, is it universal, or is it relative?

Unfortunately, so many people don’t care to know and this may explain why they refuse to question any “official” narrative presented to them by the Corporate Media.

Moreover, instead of thinking on their own, it has become apparent that millions of Americans would rather remain forever numb in an opiate-induced stupor.  This explains why President Trump, on Thursday, October 26, 2017, declared the opioid epidemic to be a national public health emergency.  Speaking from the East Room of the White house, he said:


Nobody has seen anything like what is going on now.  As Americans, we cannot allow this to continue.  It is time to liberate our communities from this scourge of drug addiction….

We can be the generation that ends the opioid epidemic. We can do it.

An astonishing 90% of the heroin in America comes from south of the border — where we will be building a wall — which will greatly help in this problem.


Too many, however, will consider this as just more buzzkill from a wall-building fascist; or bullshit artist.

Perhaps it is because so many Americans acutely realize the deception and corruption permeated all throughout the Western societies today and this is why they have turned to addictions, piercings, tattoos, faux wealth, video games, virtual reality, rioting in the streets, and whatever else for relief.  Maybe a significant number of Americans today are internally corrupt themselves and this explains why so many have desired to give Hillary Clinton a perpetual hug; even as they tar and feather Hollywood Harvey Weinstein.  It seems their hands have grown heavy with what they crave as they lead lives of rampant consumerism, or while dreaming of Democratic Socialism, both outward manifestations of internal black holes filled with silent desperation and raging despair.

Which raises a few more questions:  If so many Americans have chosen wrong, are they not doomed in the end anyway?  Does any of it even matter?  Or, in other words, what difference, at this point, does it make? What if America deserves to die?

Even so, if people would just open their eyes and see, they could:

Read between the lines.

Entire landscapes would come into focus.  Their perspectives would change and they would become more than mere puppets with perception. They would see a world worth reaching.



They would realize their entire universe had become an electric grid created by those desiring to enslave them.  They would choose the red pill. They would, in turn, see the Matrix:



Things are not always what they seem.  Our eyes can be deceptive. Just when we think we are reading the handwriting on the wall, we might, instead, see how we failed to:

Read between the lines.



One thought on “Cliché Series # 5: Perceiving Profiles Confined Within Certain Configurations

  1. “If you don’t believe in something you will fall for anything”.

    This phrase might also be inverted to say:

    “If you do believe in anything, you will fall for something.”

    That makes sense, though you have to change the saying, as you did, from ” You’ve got to stand for something or you’ll fall for anything”. Somebody wrote a retarded country song with that line. Years ago, John Trudell wrote that belief is a con game that you run on yourself. I agree with him on that.

    Belief requires that you ignore one or more facts in order to accept some premise as being irrefutably true. It’s the basis of a lot of contention because a belief needs your defense of the premise you believe in against disagreement or nonacceptance by other people.


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