Stealth Terror IV: Earthquakes

By James R. Hanson*

The following is the fourth and final installment of an exclusive four part series on memoryholeblog.com probing the relationship between America’s police state and less-understood weather warfare programs. Part I of Stealth Terror may be found here, Part II here, and Part III here. -JFT

As I examine my report on earthquakes, its awesome implications could well tie in to the present sequence one day because New York City is not only hurricane-vulnerable, it sits on rock formations which, when there is an inevitable (or managed) shift will, as one possibility, destroy Brooklyn and its brick buildings and the people in them, including a friend of mine.  This could happen before New York City sinks out of sight.

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Probing the Origins of American Paranoia

By Patrick Murphy*

The argument James Tracy makes in his July 26 article, “The Paranoid Style of American Governance,” is sound, and well worth remembering. It is the government that is paranoid, not the people who wish the government to be put back on the tight leash the Constitution was supposedly written to constrain it with. It is now so big, and so globe-encompassing, that it has “interests” in everyone else’s business, and is terrified when they rankle and tell it to piss off. Likewise, internally; anyone who wishes to see its power reduced is by definition a threat.
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The Paranoid Style of American Governance

This article was originally posted at Memory Hole Blog and Global Research.ca on June 2, 2012.-JFT

In 1964 Harper‘s magazine published the now famous essay, “The Paranoid Style of American Politics,” by historian and public intellectual Richard Hofstadter. Appearing in the wake of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination and Arizona Senator Barry Goldwater’s Republican presidential nomination, the tract remains emblematic of liberal anxiety toward serious and in many cases unresolved questions regarding the forces behind American governance. “The Paranoid Style” overall helped establish the term “conspiracy theory” as likely the most powerful epithet in the American political lexicon.  “American politics has often been an arena for angry minds,” Hofstadter wrote.

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Stealth Terror III: Sandy Hook, Terrorist Enclave

By James R. Hanson*

The following is the third installment of an exclusive four part series on memoryholeblog.com probing the relationship between America’s police state and less-understood weather warfare programs. Part I of Stealth Terror may be found here and Part II here. The final installment will appear the week of July 29. -JFT

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