Saturday, October 9, 2010

The Hidden Agenda of "The War of the Worlds"

First Illuminati Electronic Mass Media Psy-Op -- Orson Welles 1938’s Radio Broadcast of “The War of the Worlds.”

The original radio broadcast of “War of the Worlds” in 1938, which was noted for generating “accidental” and “unfortunate” panic and hysteria throughout the United States when listeners tuned in to what they thought was a real invasion by Martians, was the first electronic mass media psychological operation (psy-op) of The Illuminati, funded directly by the Rockefeller Foundation funneled thru The Princeton Radio Project, and guided at every stage by members of the Council on Foreign Relations to study the American public’s reaction to a hoaxed false panic situation.

Actor Orson Welles, the creator of the program and the “news announcer” of this infamous broadcast, later apologized for the hysteria this radio show created. Few people realize that this broadcast was the opening salvo of mass societal psychological manipulation by the paid minions of The Illuminati to advance their plans for a New World Order,  funded by the Rockefellers and guided by CFR members Frank Stanton and psychologist Dr. Hadley Cantril.

Operating on a grant from the Rockefellers, The Princeton University Radio Project, under supervision of psychologist Dr. Paul F. Lazarsfeld, along with Frank Stanton (later head of CBS Radio and Television) and Dr. Hadley Cantril hired Orson Welles to adapt H. G. Wells’ fiction book “The War of the Worlds” to the radio format in order to study the behavior of citizens under panic conditions.  Not only was the stress and panic of a fictional Martian invasion the night before Halloween anticipated by its producers; it was purposely crafted to create terror so as to judge how American society and groups of people within its citizenry would react under the pressure of an imminent attack by creatures from another planet.

This very first electronic mass media “psy-op” was heard by 6 million people, 1,700,000 of whom believed the broadcast to be genuine, and 1,200,000 of whom were frightened enough to take action -- either by running away or preparing to fight the invaders. Later, when the broadcast was revealed to be simply a dramatic exercise which had been mistakenly taken seriously by over a million people, an apparently repentant Welles apologized repeatedly over the course of the next few weeks in newspapers and radio broadcasts for any accidents which may have occurred as a result. The idea of using an interrupting news-bulletin in the middle of what seemed like regular music programming was deemed excessively cruel, manipulative and deceptive.

What the general public did not understand, and what even fewer people guessed, was that this cruel manipulation had been purposely planned to produce precisely this effective level of stress and terror by its CFR promoters working for the Rockefellers and their Illuminati masters. It has been said that Welles even received death threats -- not by members of the general public, but through the agents of the Rockefellers should he ever reveal publicly that the “unforeseen” reaction to this broadcast was precisely what it's perpetrators had hoped to achieve in order to analyze, demographically, psycho-graphically and statistically, the reaction of the citizenry of the United States.

This secret test, financed and directed by The Rockefellers and guided by their minions from the Council on Foreign Relations (both Stanton and Cantril were members) used it to judge susceptibility to belief influenced by worry, phobias, fatalism and the fear of war.   Members of the general public were later interviewed and their reactions to the broadcast were paired against such variables as religion, education, year and make of car, reading materials, job security, etc. Cantril later wrote a paper entitled: “The Invasion from Mars -- A Study in the Psychology of Panic.” Cantril’s study examined the power of the radio broadcast media and its effects upon a population under the direct influence of fear.

So despite Orson Welles many public pronouncement and apologies to the general public for the terror, panic and confusion his adaptation and broadcast of H. G. Wells’ “War of the Worlds” had caused, the covert reality is that the Rockefellers and members of the Council on Foreign Relations actively sought to panic members of the general public to gauge their reaction to a horrific, frightful scenario -- one which was false, yet had been deliberately constructed to be perceived to be real, genuinely terrifying and life-threatening.

This first electronic stress test was just in time to anticipate the dawn of the age of television. Only two years later, again with Rockefeller Foundation money, Cantril established the Office of Public Opinion Research at Princeton. Among the studies conducted by the OPOR was analyzing the effectiveness of propaganda produced by the forerunner of the CIA, known as the OSS (Office of Strategic Services).

During WWII, Edward R. Murrow, also a CFR member, was assisted by money from the Rockefeller Foundation and Dr. Cantril to establish the Princeton Listening Center, whose purpose was to spy on Nazi radio propaganda and judge its effectiveness.

From this project sprang the FBIS (Foreign Broadcast Intelligence Service) which eventually became the US Information Agency, used by the National Security Council as its chief disseminator of propaganda after WWII.

After leaving CBS, Frank Stanton became the Chairman of the RAND Corporation, an extremely influential government think tank, which researched among other topics, mass brainwashing of an unsuspecting public through the mass media.

At the end of the original radio broadcast of “The War of the Worlds” the announcer (Welles) is no longer heard; instead, the voice of a field artillery commander comes on the air, repeatedly calling the code: “2X 2L calling CQ... 2X 2L calling CQ... is there anyone on the air?”

The “2 X” can easily be thought of as a “double cross” (two X’s or crosses); the “2L” is easier -- To Hell. Or Together, “Double Cross to Hell.” Quite an appropriate way to end a fake broadcast featuring a hoaxed alien invasion from Mars created to terrify the citizenry of the United States in order to measure their reactions to artificially induced stress, like laboratory rats under the microscope of the Council of Foreign Relations for their hidden masters -- The Illuminati.


In 1917, Marxist John Dewey was the first political person to publicly promote the threat of an invasion from outer space when he spoke these words: “"Some one remarked that the best way to unite all the nations on this globe would be an attack from some other planet.  In the face of such an alien enemy, people would respond with a sense of their unity of interest and purpose." John Dewey, New York 1917.

Decades later, President Ronald Reagan made a similar observation at the United Nations when he said: “"In our obsession with antagonisms of the moment, we often forget how much unites all the members of humanity. Perhaps we need some outside, universal threat to make us realize this common bond. I occasionally think how quickly our differences would vanish if we were facing an alien threat from outside this world." - President Ronald Reagan, in a speech made to the 42nd General Assembly of the United Nations, Sept. 21, 1987

Seventy years and two World Wars separate those statements; yet the people who would take advantage of the mass media and use it to terrorize an unsuspecting population stand ready to again promote a similar scenario. The radio broadcast of “The War of the Worlds” may just be a precursor to another fake outer space alien invasion created thru “Project Blue Beam.”

One wonders how many people will panic and die needlessly to satisfy the blood lusts of The Illuminati should this more chillingly realistic scenario transpire at the end of 2012!

L C Vincent

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