The war against the mind Aug9by Jon RappoportThe war against the mindby Jon RappoportAugust 9, 2014“Technical barriers to grafting one person’s head onto another person’s body can now be overcome, says Dr. Sergio Canavero, a member of the Turin Advanced Neuromodulation Group.”, July 2, 2013Peter Expert Pundit, who has appeared on over a thousand television news-talk shows, sits in front of a mirror and combs his hair. He applies a bit of powder to his cheeks.He’s despondent. The networks haven’t been calling lately.His specialty is war. When troops invade and planes drop bombs, he’s busy making trenchant comments on the news. These days, things are too quiet.He longs for the war that wasn’t. Syria.A voice in Peter Pundit’s head begins talking. He likes it. He wishes he could use it in public.The voice says:“They used chemical weapons, so they’ll pay!“Welcome to the Syrian theater! All the players are assembled. Which one will intervene and turn a two-day blitz into a global conflagration?“We realize you don’t have whatever it takes to actually enlist in the Armed Forces and do six insane tours in Afghanistan building A-frames and wondering when one of those villagers will shoot you in the head. No problem. You can experience a very good simulacrum in your own mind. The anticipation. The adrenaline flow. The sweaty palms. Then the limbic thrust of revenge. Just watch the news.“Boom! You’re there. The attack is on! The sky over Damascus lights up! What unknown newsman, standing on a rooftop, narrating the unfolding scene, will emerge from the carnage with name recognition and a sudden career bump that makes his colleagues want to murder him in his sleep?“America is united again. Feel it. What took us so long to find each other once more? Post your experience on Facebook. Share your ecstasy with faux friends. Recite the Pledge of Allegiance against a hip-hop track and hope it goes viral.“This is the Show! This is what counts! Pretext? Invented provocation? False flag? Don’t bother me, I’m eating war!“If your brother-in-law is over at the house as you watch the missile strike and he says, ‘You know, there’s no good proof Assad used poison gas,’ poke him in the eye with a sizzling hot dog on a stick and yell, ‘USA! USA! USA!’


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