Give ‘Em Hell, Harry

Oliver Stone is furious about how Henry Wallace was ousted in 1944 in favor of Harry Truman. This is in line with the general furiousness now prevalent. It is “in” to be furious about something or other, so I am out-of-step. Stone’s fury at Harry Truman unfortunately results in a one-dimensional portrayal of the man in Stone’s documentary series, The Untold History of the United States. Truman was “plain speaking”, and so is Donald Trump.

Thus reads the description for my latest video, “Give ‘Em Hell, Harry”, published to YouTube on December 8, 2016. The clip, which clocks in at 9 minutes and 52 seconds, can hopefully be viewed at the top of today’s blog entry.

In the olden times, a town crier or night watchman would wander through the town at night, calling out, “3 o’clock, and all’s well”… “4 o’clock, and all’s well.” That was the “news” in those days.

Along came Gutenberg and the printing press. There began to be newspapers. The newspapers could not sell if their headlines proclaimed, “All’s Well.” And so there began to be various “crises” reported. This was exacerbated later by YouTube and mainstream “news” videos where the “crises” vied in competition with each other because competing outlets wanted to draw in the most audience.

Now, each of the various competitors is screaming at the others, shouting complaints about “fake news.” Competition can be fierce in the “news” industry. For example, in the Frank Capra movie, Mr. Smith Goes To Washington, one scene has goons working for one newspaper going out and physically attacking newsboys from another newspaper and destroying copies of their newspaper.

Being “furious” about something or other is the underlying subtext in the various “news” outlets. People are furious about Donald Trump, or they are furious about overbearing government, and such things. And they want you also to be furious about it.

Oliver Stone, in his recommended series, The Untold History of the United States, is furious about Harry Truman because Truman was installed as Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s running mate at the 1944 Democrat Party convention. Stone believes Henry Wallace deserved to have been FDR’s vice-presidential selection and Stone can scarcely contain his fury against Truman in his documentary. Hence, Stone’s portrayal of Harry Truman is one-dimensional.

Also portrayed in a one-dimensional way by Stone is Franklin Delano Roosevelt, who is seen by Stone as saintly. (However see Herbert Hoover’s magnum opus, Freedom Betrayed, for a different dimension on FDR.)

In episode four, “The Cold War: 1945-1950”, Oliver Stone again favors one-dimensionality by depicting the “Red Scare” of back then as largely paranoia. But is it possible that historian Stone is unaware of such things as the Venona Papers, in which signals-intelligence had decrypted Soviet messages and discovered such things as the Cambridge Five and Soviet espionage against the Manhattan Project? [1]

Oliver Stone has an obvious bias in his “Untold History”, however the series is still recommended, especially for its rare archival footage.

Harry Truman, Oliver Stone’s nightmare villain, was known for his “plain speaking”, which reminded me of another “plain speaker”, Donald Trump. Trump has been doing his plain speaking through Twitter, and the mainstream “news” is aghast about it. However I at least like the “plain speaking” aspect of Trump, even though the man himself remains a question mark to me. Give ’em Hell, Donald.

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[1] “Venona project”, Wikipedia, December 9, 2016. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Venona_project

 

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Waiting For Infamy

While we are waiting for the shoe to drop, the 75th anniversary of the Day Of Infamy, December 7, 1941, let us pause and remember. Let us remember how why we fought – The Four Freedoms of the Atlantic Charter – were gradually betrayed into a vapid identity politics (“political correctness”). The Four Freedoms idealism disappeared into what Oliver Stone calls a “tyranny of now”, where we do not comprehend the past but rush like brainless moths into the candle flame of the latest hot news.

Thus reads the description for my latest video, “Waiting For Infamy”, published to YouTube on December 6, 2016. The clip, which clocks in at 9 minutes and 11 seconds, can hopefully be viewed at the top of today’s blog entry.

Infamy is upon us! Yesterday’s video was still waiting for it, but today is the actual Day Of Infamy, marking 75 years since the Pearl Harbor attack of December 7, 1941.

On December 5th I happened across an historical series, directed by Oliver Stone: “The Untold History of the United States”. Consisting of several one-hour episodes, Stone’s documentary is at present available on YouTube and Netflix.

Is Oliver Stone biased? To an extent, yes. However who isn’t biased? Unless you are Buddha, you yourself have bias. Stone’s documentary includes excellent, rare historical footage. Watching The Untold History of the United States, you will step into the other person’s shoes and see things from their perspective, thereby gaining binocular vision and adding an extra dimension to your understanding.

A quibble I have is Stone’s obvious adulation of Franklin Delano Roosevelt (FDR). Stepping into the shoes of Herbert Hoover by reading his magnum opus, Freedom Betrayed, would give Oliver Stone himself binocular vision regarding FDR.

One thing I especially liked was Stone’s concept of “The Tyranny Of Now.” Here is how he tries to broach the concept at the start of the first episode, Chapter 1: World War II:

We live much of our lives in a fog. All of us. But I would like my children to have access to something that looks beyond what I call the tyranny of now. Watch the media and everyone talks about ‘that thing’, the news of the day. And all the subconscious, really important stuff that’s going on is being neglected.

Stone’s Tyranny Of Now concept jibes perfectly with my own veiled message repeated at the start of my videos: “Do not try to comprehend it all. Nay! Just eat the popcorn.” The news erupts like popcorn kernels popping, and we rush from kernel pop to kernel pop without any memory of the popping of yesterday.

Stone covers the Atlantic Charter of 1941, but does not dig into its deeper significance, as does Herbert Hoover in Freedom Betrayed. From the Atlantic Charter came “The Four Freedoms” – Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Religion, Freedom From Fear, and Freedom From Want – the promise given to reluctant Americans and others as to “Why We Fight”. This promise of The Four Freedoms was tip-toed away from during World War II, as thoroughly documented by Herbert Hoover. The Soviet Union was one of our allies and promises of freedom of speech and religion were problematic for the then-Communist Russia. Over time, the Democrat Party lost sight of The Four Freedoms and they were replaced by the Frankfurt School Socialism of Identity Politics (“Political Correctness”), a fake leftism.

And syndicated columnist Gene Lyons, a liberal, now has come out attacking this Identity Politics, in the wake of the stunning defeat of the Democrat Party on November 8th. Lyons dares to call Identity Politics mere “race- and gender-based moral bullying.” He quotes from an essay by Columbia University historian Mark Lilla, who writes, “In recent years American liberalism has slipped into a kind of moral panic about racial, gender and sexual identity that has distorted liberalism’s message and prevented it from becoming a unifying force…” [1]

The Democrat Party is now “in the wilderness”, doing some soul searching. Perhaps it is time for them to change strategy and re-focus on The Four Freedoms.

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[1] “Finally, a debate about ‘identity politics'”, by Gene Lyons. Published locally in the Champaign-Urbana News-Gazette, December 5, 2016. Page A-10.

 

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Pearl Harbor Reconsidered

This week marks 75 years since the attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. It was a “day of infamy” said President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. However a posthumously published book by President Herbert Hoover suggests that a degree of infamy deserves to be attached to FDR himself, whose administration knew an attack was imminent and yet failed to warn those based at Pearl Harbor.

Thus reads the (amended) description for my latest video, “Pearl Harbor Reconsidered”, published to YouTube on December 4, 2016. The clip, which clocks in at 6 minutes and 41 seconds, can hopefully be viewed at the top of today’s blog entry.

Subsequent to the “surprise” attack on Pearl Harbor, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt (FDR) delivered his “Infamy Speech” to a joint session of Congress on December 8, 1941. [1] President Roosevelt pretended to be shocked – Shocked! – by what Japan had done.

However during this same time former-President Herbert Hoover had begun quietly working on his magnum opus, Freedom Betrayed. For years Hoover labored on the manuscript and it was finally completed around the time he died, in 1964. For some reason, Hoover’s heirs decided not to publish the book and it was placed in storage. Freedom Betrayed was finally published in 2011.

Within Hoover’s magnum opus is found information of a disturbing nature, including that the “shocked” FDR had actually been aware of an imminent Japanese attack and had failed to warn the U.S. military forces at Pearl Harbor!

From intercepted Japanese dispatches the Roosevelt Administration knew that an attack was coming upon some Allied country. [2]

General Albert C. Wedemeyer later wrote, in his book, Wedemeyer Reports!, “When, on December 6, our intercepts told us that the Japanese were going to strike somewhere the very next day… the President of the United States… could have gone on the radio and broadcast to the wide world that he had irrefutable evidence of an immediate Japanese intention to strike. This would have alerted everybody from Singapore to Pearl Harbor.” [2]

The American people were not satisfied by the official explanation of what happened at Pearl Harbor. Various inquiries occurred. The most important of these was the Congressional Pearl Harbor investigation which pursued its inquiry from November 1945 to May 1946. Although its majority report found no conspiracy and cover-up, its minority report offered a contrary opinion. The majority party had denied permission to the minority party to search through files and other records held by the majority party. Rightly or wrongly it was inferred from this that there was a deliberate design to block the search for the truth. Subsequently it developed that several records were missing and most inadequate explanations were supplied. Army and Navy information which indicated growing imminence of war had been delivered to the highest authorities. In the diplomatic documents, exhibits, and testimony there was a wealth of evidence which shows tactics of maneuvering the Japanese into “the position of firing the first shot”. [2]

This week marks 75 years since the Day of Infamy. Another Day of Infamy occurred on September 11, 2001 (“9/11”). A “new Pearl Harbor” was needed, had decided the Project for the New American Century. [3]

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[1] “Infamy Speech”, Wikipedia, December 4, 2016. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infamy_Speech
[2] Freedom Betrayed, by Herbert Hoover. Stanford University: Hoover Institution Press, 2011. Chapter 42.
[3] “The New Pearl Harbor”, Wikipedia, December 4, 2016. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_New_Pearl_Harbor

 

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Canadian Bacon Redux

In the movie Canadian Bacon (1995), the U.S. population is propagandized into believing that Canada is the Big Enemy. Now it is Canadian Bacon Redux, and we are propagandized into believing Russia is the Big Enemy. Allegations of “fake news” have been hurled against any citizen journalists who try to counteract the mainstream news propaganda blitz.

Thus reads the description for my latest video, “Canadian Bacon Redux”, published to YouTube on December 1, 2016. The clip, which clocks in at 10 minutes and 4 seconds, can hopefully be viewed at the top of today’s blog entry.

The Soviet dictator Josef Stalin privately suggested to Franklin Delano Roosevelt that some “propaganda work” should be done among “those people.” “Those people” were Americans of Polish extraction, and others of Lithuanian, Latvian and Estonian origin who would be outraged about Eastern European nations being handed over to the Communists by FDR. [1]

The 1944 election was coming up, and FDR did not want to lose that bloc of voters. “Well, just do some propaganda work,” Stalin casually advised, as if this were something routine in politics.

Propaganda was massively deployed during the recent election. But then a counter-propaganda arose: Citizen journalists began reporting a different narrative from that being advanced by mainstream “news”. Outraged at the sheer effrontery of ordinary persons doubting the mass media perspective, they struck back by claiming a plot by Russia which used “useful idiots” as dupes. And thus was born the “fake news” conspiracy theory.

Was Russia behind it all? Julian Assange, interviewed by John Pilger, stated definitely that no, Russia was not the source of the John Podesta e-mail leaks. [2]

Walking around and pondering the situation, suddenly the movie Canadian Bacon popped into my thoughts. In that film from 1995, a new Big Enemy – Canada – is propagandized into existence. This was done as a way to improve ratings for the U.S. president.

So was Big Enemy Russia drummed up by the Hillary Clinton campaign as a way to deflect attention from revelations contained in the Podesta e-mails? In part, yes. Also, the Hillary Clinton plan was for World War III against Russia, with her playing the role of FDR redux.

“Well, just do some propaganda work,” advised Stalin, communicating through Eleanor Roosevelt, whom Hillary had been “channeling.”

Don’t be fooled by disinformation saying Hillary Clinton has turned into a wino after losing the November 8th election. “She is weepy, looks ten years older and is very whiny,” a Clinton insider told the media. “She has been drinking wine pretty heavily, much more than usual.” [3]

While we are lulled to sleep by the planted “Hillary the Wino” story, a top Democratic operative has confirmed that there is a plan amongst some members of the electoral college to defy the people in their states and not vote for Donald Trump on December 19th. [4]

Another of the “dirty tricks” seeming to be underway was reported by ultra-liberal syndicated columnist Leonard Pitts, Jr. Green Party candidate Jill Stein has been pushing for a vote recount. Apologists say that Stein is only seeking honest elections, however Stein’s idea may have been co-opted into something else by the Clinton campaign. This looks shady, suggests Pitts, coming as it does three weeks after the election instead of immediately thereafter. “A recount three weeks after the fact cannot avoid the appearance of dirty tricks,” Pitts observes. [5]

The U.S. Establishment will never allow Donald Trump to be elected, predicted Julian Assange. [2] And technically Trump is not elected until December 19th when the Electoral College votes. Around that time, Americans will be preoccupied by the Christmas season and will be less likely to be paying attention.

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[1] Freedom Betrayed, by Herbert Hoover. Stanford University: Hoover Institution Press, 2011. Chapter 56.
[2] “Secret World of US Election: Julian Assange talks to John Pilger (FULL INTERVIEW)”, by RT. YouTube, November 5, 2016. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_sbT3_9dJY4
[3] “Report: Drunk Hillary Demanding Recount to ‘Lift Her Spirits’: Wino Hillary hurling slurred insults at former campaign”, by Kit Daniels. Infowars.com, December 1, 2016. http://www.infowars.com/report-drunk-hillary-demanding-recount-to-lift-her-spirits/
[4] “Breaking: Dem Operative Confirms Electors’ Plot to Sabotage Trump”, by Paul Joseph Watson. Infowars.com, December 1, 2016. http://www.infowars.com/breaking-dem-operative-confirms-electors-plot-to-sabotage-trump/
[5] “Recount more dirty tricks?”, by Leonard Pitts, Jr. Published locally in the Champaign-Urbana News-Gazette, November 30, 2016. Page A-4.

 

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Origin Of “Fake News”

Allegations of “fake news” originating from Russia have been prevalent of late. In this video the origin of the allegation is traced, from a lowly professor, to a shadowy website, and to Barack Obama.

Thus reads the description for my latest video, “Origin Of ‘Fake News'”, published to YouTube on November 29, 2016. The clip, which clocks in at 9 minutes and 18 seconds, can hopefully be viewed at the top of today’s blog entry.

Alex Christoforou offered a chronology of the “fake news” allegations on the CrossTalk program, hosted by Peter Lavelle:

PETER LAVELLE: The Washington Post comes out swinging: Are YOU a Useful Idiot of Russia’s alleged media conspiracy against the West?

ALEX CHRISTOFOROU: Three weeks ago this assistant professor came out with a list for her students. (Melissa Zimdar I believe is her name.) She warned her students to beware of “fake news sites” and she listed about 100 sites. The L.A. Times picked this up and it went viral. It got completely debunked, destroyed, in the media.
A week after that, the EU Parliament had this session, and they branded RT and Sputnik, along with ISIS, as “propaganda tools” against the West.
Now we go to, literally, three days ago. And we have this anonymous group called PropOrNot (Propaganda Or Not)…

PETER LAVELLE: And they registered their website when, in August…

ALEX CHRISTOFOROU: … August 21st, and they had their first tweet on November 2nd. No one knows who they are. This is a shadowy group. No one knows who they are. And they come out with a list of 200 sites, that they brand, not only “fake news”, but they also combined Russia into the mix. With “fake news”, sponsored by Russia, which is meant to “overthrow” the U.S. government. [1]

Checking into this, I located the PropOrNot (Propaganda Or Not) web site. “Russia is Manipulating US Public Opinion through Online Propaganda,” they warn. [2]

As for Melissa Zimdar, the lowly professor said to have provided the spark which started it all, WorldNet Daily reported on November 17th that she had published and circulated a list of “fake, false, or regularly misleading websites that are shared on Facebook and social media,” and that “Mainstream media outlets such as the Los Angeles Times circulated Zimdars’ growing list.” [3]

Not noticed by Alex Christoforou in his chronology of events leading up to the “fake news” allegations are remarks made by President Barack Obama around mid-October of 2016: “We’re gonna have to rebuild, within this wild, wild west of information flow, some sort of curating [censorship] function that people agree to,” stated the U.S. President. “There has to be some sort of way in which we can sort through information that passes some basic ‘truthiness tests’, and those we have to discard because they just don’t have any basis on anything that’s actually happening in the world.” [4]

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[1] “Bullhorns: ‘Fake News’ (CrossTalk)”, by RT. YouTube, November 28, 2016. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qKJBhhbWi8I
[2] PropOrNot (Propaganda Or Not) web site, November 30, 2016. http://www.propornot.com/p/home.html
[3] “Meet leftist prof who wrote ‘hit list’ of ‘fake’ news sites”, by Chelsea Schilling. WorldNet Daily, November 17, 2016. http://www.wnd.com/2016/11/meet-leftist-prof-who-wrote-hit-list-of-fake-news-sites/
[4] “Bonnie Prince Donald”, Ersjdamoo’s Blog, October 22, 2016. https://ersjdamoo.wordpress.com/2016/10/22/bonnie-prince-donald/

 

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The New Red Scare

There is a New Red Scare, argues Andrew Cockburn in the December 2016 issue of Harper’s Magazine. Hillary Clinton and 17 U.S. intelligence agencies all claimed the Russians were hacking computers in the United States. And yet, the FBI did not bother to interview Vladimir Fomenko, owner of the Siberian-based server claimed to be involved, even though Fomenko would have been happy to help the FBI. Beware of U.S. government propaganda, warned former President Herbert Hoover, who traced government-media lies to the time of the First World War.

Thus reads the description for my latest video, “The New Red Scare”, published to YouTube on November 27, 2016. The clip, which clocks in at 10 minutes and 7 seconds, can hopefully be viewed at the top of today’s blog entry.

The metaphor — a “Mighty Wurlitzer” — was coined by Frank Wisner, the head of the Office of Policy Coordination (OPC), a paramilitary and psychological operations group created in 1948, which was folded into the CIA in 1951. He prided himself on directing a network of organizations to play any propaganda tune on demand, likening it to the world-famous theater organ. [1]

Any propaganda tune to be played on demand… And so we have, this past week, the constant playing by various pipes of the Mighty Wurlitzer the ditty of “fake news.” Something called the “Alt Right” is supposed to be behind the “fake news”, and Russia is supposed to be somehow connected with it all.

But Andrew Cockburn, writing in the December 2016 issue of Harper’s magazine, pokes holes in the Wurlitzer theme of Russians under the bed. In “The New Red Scare”, Cockburn explores the case of Hillary Clinton’s September 26th debate claim of Vladimir Putin having “let loose cyberattackers to hack into government files, to hack into personal files, hack into the Democratic National Committee. And we recently have learned that, you know, that this is one of their preferred methods of trying to wreak havoc and collect information.” [2]

Seventeen pipe organs of the Wurlitzer all agreed: The Russians are coming! One of the pipes, the FBI, had “made a loud statement through the media” accusing “servers operated by a Russian company” of being a main source of security breaches. However, on checking into this, Cockburn discovered that the FBI had never bothered to contact the owner of the Russian company, who told Cockburn he would be happy to assist the FBI in any investigation! [2]

The beginnings of the Mighty Wurlitzer are traced by former President Herbert Hoover to the time of the First World War. In Chapter 29 of his magnum opus, Freedom Betrayed, Hoover informs us:

The First World War marked the first time in our history that our government organized all the powerful agencies of publicity and manipulation of news without moral restraint under the genius of skilled men, to get America into war. [3]

Manipulation of news without moral restraint! Herbert Hoover is not talking about any “Alt Right”; he is talking about the American mainstream news, which now accuses everyone else of “fake news”!

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[1] “The Mighty Wurlitzer: How the CIA Played America”, by Nancy Hanover. World Socialist Web Site, August 17, 2015. https://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2015/08/17/wur1-a17.html
[2] “The New Red Scare”, by Andrew Cockburn. Harper’s magazine, December 2016.
[3] Freedom Betrayed, by Herbert Hoover. Stanford: Hoover Institution Press, 2011.

 

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Left-Brain Outlaws Right-Brain

The corpus callosum connects the left and right cerebral hemispheres and facilitates interhemispheric communication. The globe is like a giant brain. The left-brain is the United States and the right-brain is Russia. Left-brain analytical modalities, overwhelmed by right-brain perceptions, are now seeking to shut down the corpus callosum. But the man that IS will still shadow the man that pretends to be.

Thus reads the description for my latest video, “Left-Brain Outlaws Right-Brain”, published to YouTube on November 25, 2016. The clip, which clocks in at 8 minutes and 30 seconds, can hopefully be viewed at the top of today’s blog entry.

“Only left handed people are in their right minds.” This saying denotes how the right hemisphere of the brain is dominant in left-handed people.

The corpus callosum connects the left and right cerebral hemispheres and facilitates interhemispheric communication. [1]

Writing in The Journal of Creative Behavior (1981), Thelma Leaffer, a human development researcher and educator, wanted to facilitate interaction between the left and right hemispheres of the brain. Such interaction, many believe, would improve creativity, aesthetic appreciation, and promote an overall improvement in human consciousness. [2]

More recently than 1981, The Brunswick News in 2015 reported on a Cindy Baird who was seeking to delateralize the two hemispheres and then integrate them to work together cohesively. “For years, we’ve been taught that our left brain and right brain are in two separate dresser drawers — the right hemisphere is non-verbal, intuitive and relies heavily on visual representations rather than details, whereas the left hemisphere targets verbal modality and various analytical/mental operations, looking at the small details to piece together the whole picture.” [3]

“The right brain acts as a switchboard for inner wisdom, and the left brain helps us analyze it all,” reported The Brunswick News. [3]

The globe is like a giant brain. The two primary poles of the globe-brain are the United States and Russia. Let’s say the U.S. signifies the left hemisphere of the giant brain, and Russia signifies the right hemisphere. In this globe-brain two-hemispheres context, consider the following news: The European Union has adopted a resolution in Strasbourg claiming that right-brain Russian media is attempting to “distort the truth, provoke doubt, divide the EU and its North American partners, paralyze the decision-making process, discredit the EU institutions and incite fear and uncertainty among EU citizens.” [4] In other words, right-brain perceptions seeping into the left-brain are overwhelming its analytical operations. And so, the left-brain is moving towards shutting down the corpus callosum, so to speak.

In the United States, a new term, “alt right”, has been recently coined. Persons belonging to the “alt right” apparently belong to the “basket of deplorables” mentioned by Hillary Clinton. U.S. left-brain media are being overwhelmed by “alt-right” right-brain perceptions and are crying, “Fake news!” They are hoping to shut down the corpus callosum, which connects the left and right cerebral hemispheres and facilitates interhemispheric communication.

In Bonnie Prince Donald, the Ersjdamoo’s Blog entry of October 22, 2016, a troubling transcript of a chilling statement by President Barack Obama is included:

We’re gonna have to rebuild, within this wild, wild west of information flow, some sort of curating function that people agree to… There has to be some sort of way in which we can sort through information that passes some basic ‘truthiness tests’, and those we have to discard because they just don’t have any basis on anything that’s actually happening in the world. And that’s hard to do! But I think it’s gonna be necessary, it’s gonna be possible.” [5]

In other words, Obama wants to shut down the corpus callosum. (As for the “curating function”, what Obama really means is a censor.) The corpus callosum, hitherto facilitating communication between the two brain hemispheres is to be turned into an actual roadblock!

If they do shut down the corpus callosum, the right-brain will still be there all the same. As T.S. Eliot expressed it, “But the man that is will shadow the man that pretends to be.” [6]

You shall not deny the shadow. [7]

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[1] “Corpus callosum”, Wikipedia, November 25, 2016. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Corpus_callosum
[2] “Left Brain ↔ Right Brain: Domination or Cooperation”, by Thelma Leaffer. The Journal of Creative Behavior, 1981.
[3] “Brain balancing requires cooperation between right, left hemisphere”, by Brittany Tate. The Brunswick News May 1, 2015. http://tinyurl.com/gwzaf93
[4] “‘EU betrays own principles’: RT’s editor-in-chief slams ‘free speech doublethink’”, by Russia Today. Published November 23, 2016. Updated November 24, 2016. http://on.rt.com/7vxs
[5] “Bonnie Prince Donald”, Ersjdamoo’s Blog, October 22, 2016. https://ersjdamoo.wordpress.com/2016/10/22/bonnie-prince-donald/
[6] “Choruses from ‘The Rock'”, by T.S. Eliot.
[7] The actual quote is, “You shall not deny the Stranger.” I mistakenly quoted it as “You shall not deny the shadow” in my video. “Choruses from ‘The Rock'”, by T.S. Eliot.

 

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