Changing History

Oh, what a tangled web we weave
when first we practice to deceive!



Diary of
EBO - Self-Sync Screwups








This topic could as easily been titled, 'Self-Synchronization'.   To understand what self-synchronization is, watch the Goldie Hawn movie, "Housesitter" with Steve Martin. In this movie, Goldie lives life as a game.  She is a pathological liar who makes up stories as she goes along.  Steve Martin's part is to pick up the thread of the lie and continue the story line that she starts.  The challenge is to keep the story line going. 

Self-Synchronization is a strategy that is being employed between the traitors - government and corporations against the unsuspecting American public.  So you think that's not possible?  Consider again the quote from the Bush Administration senior official:

“The aide said that guys like me were ''in what we call the reality-based community,'' which he defined as people who ''believe that solutions emerge from your judicious study of discernible reality.'' I nodded and murmured something about enlightenment principles and empiricism. He cut me off. ''That's not the way the world really works anymore,'' he continued. ''We're an empire now, and when we act, we create our own reality. And while you're studying that reality -- judiciously, as you will -- we'll act again, creating other new realities, which you can study too, and that's how things will sort out. We're history's actors . . . and you, all of you, will be left to just study what we do.'   from "Without A Doubt", Ron Suskind


In the section of this website titled, "The Coup/Thomas Barnett", in Barnett's presentation titled Military in the 21st Century, he confirms the strategy of self-synchronization between the government and multinational corporations. 

"Anthrax guy or gal strikes, 5 dead, 13 sick in the United States.  At that point, Canada, normally a wonderful ruleset follower, tells Bayer, the German giant pharmaceutical we’re going to break your patent on Cipro, we’re going to crank it generically here in Canada, you’re not going to get a dime, we’re going to call it a national emergency.  Charles Schumer U.S. Senator from New York says we should do the same thing.  Bush Administration kind of whispers across the Atlantic, “We don’t think we need to do it AT THIS TIME”.  Bayer catches the hint.  Turns on every factory it has in the world 24/7, cranks out Cipro at an unprecedented rate, floods the market at a cut-rate costs.   At that point, figuratively at the back of the room, sub-Saharan African nations raise their hands and they say, “How do you people do that with a straight face?”  We’ve been asking for AIDS drugs patent relief because millions are dying across sub-Saharan Africa. You say, “It’s complex.  Share holder’s expectations, R&D, patent copyright.  Wish I could help.” You get 5 dead, 13 sick and you re-write the rules in one afternoon."  Thomas Barnett

In Barnett's delivery of this paragraph, he acts out the part... whispering and emphasis on "AT THIS TIME".   

Another example was when Labor Secretary Elaine Chao was being interviewed by Lou Dobbs on CNN.  I don't remember the exact subject of the interview.  It was probably about outsourcing and the replacement of American Citizens in the labor market.  Anyway, towards the end of the interview, Chao chided Lou, "C'mon Lou... Get with the program".  With that statement, she gave away the game.

Another example was when George Tenet was testifying to Congress about his actions prior to 9-11.  His testimony on that day was a callback because some Senator found 'proof' that when Tenet testified in a previous hearing, he'd lied about going down to Crawford, Texas to give a briefing to our vacationing Chimp.  This wasn't just a small white lie, this was a whopper.  When confronted with his lie, Tenet's demeanor was totally inconsistent with the behavior of a person in his position should have exhibited when confronted with a lie of the magnitude of this one. At the time, I thought it was odd, but I wasn't up to speed with 'the game' at that point.  Tenet was acting - but his heart wasn't in it.  I didn't see him physically roll his eyes, but his body language gave it away.   George Tenet resigned as Director of the CIA shortly after that - because of his failures.  Then on December 2, 2004, George Bush gave Tenet the Medal of Freedom award.  Everybody that I knew wondered what was about.  Now we know.  It is the government's version of the Oscar Award - not for best performance - but for playing the game. 


And... if you still aren't convinced, look at this:

Governing Principles of a Net-Centric Force, Page 32, Chart upper right corner


Also look at the chart to the left labeled 'New Rules'.  Under the title, 'dynamic self-synchronization'. 

Self-synchronization is one of the principles of Net-Centric Warfare which is Effect-Based Warfare which means Hegelian Dialectics (See Page 30 for the graphic) for the purpose of 'changing rulesets' (see Page 31). And look at Page 34, left column, bottom of the page:

"EBO (effect-based operations) is not simply a mode of warfare at the tactical level, nor is it purely military in nature.  EBO encompasses the full range of political, military and economic actions a nation might take to shape the behavior of an enemy, of a would-be opponent, and even of allies and coalition partners."


You can also read the words of Ret. Vice Admiral Art Cebrowski who is called "The Father of Net-Centric Warfare":  

Accordingly, the emerging American Way of War speaks to a future military force that features more:

  • Special operations-like forces whose easier insertion and extensive local knowledge will give them greater power and utility than large formations deploying from remote locations
  • Forces capable of applying information-age techniques and technologies to urban warfare, else we will not deny the enemy his sanctuary
  • Surveillance-oriented forces to counter weapons of mass destruction, else unambiguous warning will come too late
  • Concepts of "jointness" that extend down through the tactical level of war
  • Interagency capabilities for nation building and constabulary operations, lest our elite forces get stuck in one place when needed in another
  • Adjustments in force structure and posture in consideration of the growing homeland security roles of the Coast Guard, the National Guard, the Air National Guard, and the Reserves

The ultimate attribute of the emerging American Way of War is the superempowerment of the war fighter—whether on the ground, in the air, or at sea. As network-centric warfare empowers individual servicemen and women, and as we increasingly face an international



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