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Oligarchy in South Africa

The Gupta family intends to buy the political process of South Africa for their business interests. Oligarchy is ubiquitous. The wealthy are mentally diseased. They can’t stop and won’t stop until the entire planet is enslaved and harvested. Will you sit idly by or educate?

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The false left-right paradigm

By Anonymous Radio Redux, Blackfox

The left and the right are both wings of the same bird. The dichotomy exists to control the opposition. Alex Jones once famous for rallying against it now sells it just as hard as his male enhancement herbals Infowars is famous for, but just what is it? How does it control us? Tell me, do you feel like you have options when you have to choose between Macdonalds or Burger King? That is the basis for this argument, that you’re not really choosing sides but rather flipping a coin.

According to Wikipedia (“Used in another context, the phrase refers to a political theory that alleges that members of opposing major political parties such as the Republican and Democratic parties in the United States share common interests and goals, as well as a covertly unified ruling authority over the political issues of the masses. The two major political entities act in concert to create divisiveness among the population while keeping control of the political spectrum.”)

“Problem, reaction, solution” are key words.

Words like “manufacturing consent” really paint a picture. “Dialectic ….the Hegelian process of change in which a concept or its realization passes over into and is preserved and fulfilled by its opposite… development through the stages of thesis, antithesis, and synthesis in accordance with the laws of dialectical materialism ….any systematic reasoning, exposition, or argument that juxtaposes opposed or contradictory ideas and usually seeks to resolve their conflict. ….the dialectical tension or opposition between two interacting forces or elements.”  -Webster’s Dictionary

Essentially the above can be summarized as a process of inventing a problem and anticipating its’ reaction by the public. Then the solution is presented as originally intended at problem phase. It is how so easily we accept surveillance into our lives, that and appearently you have nothing to hide… Opposotion is controlled, it must be to maintain the dialectic.  “The best way to control the opposition is to lead it ourselves.” ― Vladimir Lenin. Controlled opposition means Glenn Beck, Sean Hannity for the Right, Rachael Maddox and Comedians like Bill Maher for the Left. All tow their party line. All sound the same. The alternative media has their own version of this starting with Alex Jones.

Whenever a political debate is had during election time, the candidates are actors reading a script. The end result is the same, “The President Select.” Anonymous Radio predicted Trumps presidency the day he announced he was running long before he got the Rep. nomination, unfortunately the recording of the podcast is unavailable due to losses. He certainly seems like a man to appease a growing demographic of antiestablishment types. His rhetoric was much the same as what comes from Maine’s governor Paul Lepage. “As goes Maine…” But for him to have won by a near landslide while having significantly lost the popular vote by far is a spectacle of western democracy, a reminder of how meaningless voting is. Presidents in the US contrary to popular opinion are not elected, they are chosen long before November. The elections are an opiate of the masses giving Americans a feeling of participation.

So based on the logic we use in breaking down the dialectic, what does that say about our current puppet in Chief? Could the evil Mr. Trump be the bad guy put there to scare the shit out of people who then would be more willing to accept what is next? We are undoubtedly approaching a whole new society with the progression of modern AI As mentioned in my last article. it is unlikely that service sector jobs will continue to be human operated. My personal theory as author is that some form of socialism is on the horizon, perhaps one that is not so social. Some form of at least social democracy will be absolutely necessary to mitigate the sociological ramifications of technological unemployment… or perhaps microchipping? According to an article by USA Today, it’s already being done. (Article here) Will a universal basic income come with conditions? Will the fear of government funded vagrancy and laziness and the necessity for subsistence require us to be tracked? Whatever scary future the so called “elite” have in mind, it is worse then anything Trump does.  None of the Donald’s policies are different then the last president before him. His public image is vastly different, Why is this?

https://youtu.be/2rw9QPIbop8 

If we look at the events in society as random then it all seems like politics, but imagine for a second that they are not. If you see things from this perspective then it isn’t hard to question the official story about 9/11 for example. We must ask who has the most to gain from endless war. Read 1984 by George Orwell’s as a basis for developing your theories and the only possible conclusion is that the war isn’t going to end, ever… and that is the intent, to maintain endless control over the masses with fear and endless wars to justify an overfunded military industrial complex. Problem, reaction, solution. If the supposed terror attacks of 9/11 are the problem, then the solution is mass surveillance Ed Snowden style. The solution is more tanks, more bullets. The solution is the “War on Terror.” A endless battle against an ambiguous enemy which could be defined as any one of us. ANTIFA has been abled as a terror group. In an age of partisan politics, this seems like a fun idea because no one likes the ANTIFA side. Try not to take into account the ramifications of labeling a philosophy predicated upon the virtue of being against fascism as a form of “terror.” Wearechange is also considered a terror group. The Southern Poverty Law Center has Wearechange Maine, one of our affiliates listed as a hate group.  

Stories like the Bill O Reilly scandal exist to feed the minds of the overworked normies who haven’t the time nor energy to dig deeper into media to see what the real issues are like wealth inequality in an age of automation, for example. These stories of course exist to maintain the dialectic by diverting that energy towards trigger worthy social issues. Energy is sacred, if your not crazy like me and you find energy limited, I both feel sorry for your lack of diagnosis and advise you to devote it to the things that would truly spark you to act if you only knew. 

The matrix has us. Wake up! Vote for yourself, or vote for Anonymous… Better yet, don’t vote. Really, don’t vote. Don’t contribute your time. If voting is the pillar of democracy, then the freedom to obstain is as well. In Australia, voting is mandatory or you will be fined. If you don’t believe in an all encompassing theory about a rigged two party system then you can at least appreciate the need for more options and less stringent restrictions on third parties. Already only 55% of Americans vote according to this article by Statistic Brain. Let’s get that number down! Don’t participate, don’t be the problem, don’t contribute to it. If you want more options, then be willing to waste your vote, no more a waste then voting Clinton or Trump.

 

AnonRadio U.S. makes it’s return as “Anonymous Radio Redux” starting late November

By Anonymous Radio Redux, Blackfox

Anonymous Radio, an old platform and idea makes its return as something new. Once a random forum of ideas hosted by a lost and wasted youth “Blackfox,”  is now reborn to meet the needs in a new and less diverse media atmosphere. “Perpetuating a culture of dissent by protmoting diversity in thought” is the motto. we are told that the sides we take define us, what better then a time, to not be sold. .

The media is disintegrating into partisan politics whose sides are predetermined by corporate interests. As we know, all news outlets are owned by a select few like Time Warner. Very few points of view regarding the war for instance and especially ever make it to the screen. “I wont begin to speak on the topic of how these same companies helped start the war to begin with by selling the WMD myth to the people. A timeline of that myth and how it was perpetuated lives here. (Here’s what Jon Schwarz of The Intercept had to say.) So we know we can’t trust the Mainstream and a lot of our politicians, what does that leave us with? It leaves us with voices who claim to be alternative and out for truth and your best interests. But can we trust the alternative, or is what we get unverifiable information and bias to an even worse extent?

The alternative media has brought us voices like Alex Jones who at one point pleaded with his listeners in fits of incoherent rage to break free from the shackles of a left right paradigm… (here) or classics like Art Bell who no longer operate their shows. The Alternative has given us such notables as John B Wells and David Icke, but something has happened. Jones is towing the Trump line. Wells seems to lean ever more toward the direction of fear much like Chris Greene of AMTV, and everyone is picking a side. Long since the days where independent media was an outlet for individuals who fly signs and hold cameras to the faces of their favorite politicians and focus on real issues of corruption and greed. It seems now it has become a mechanism for misinformation and subjectivity, and cult mentalities . Even Jones has sold out.

“Your told to be afraid, that each side is out to kill or control the other. All the while never learning a thing from each other in a simple Facebook debate that ends in a block. I’d say the left-right paradigm is in full effect. ” – Blackfox

Ideas are revolutionary, they stand the test of time. There is enough truth in everyone’s opinion to create a movement. Ideas are powerful, seek to empower yourself by never fully subscribing to one but make room for all or many. “Sometimes the more you know the less you learn”
Progress is then only made by the accepting that we don’t know everything even when evidence shows we are right. The earth was flat once. At least that’s what we were told. Damn the hethens who claim blasphemy that the world could indeed prove round. A man could travel and return one directionally? The idea seemed daft. Now we fly, and some would argue we have been to the moon. As the author of this article I believe this, But my beliefs don’t interfere with the many who I have had on my show who think the initial landing at least was staged. It’s possible, and if I were wrong… man I’d hate to be that guy. It seems opinions are a trap. Once you have them you can be easily sold. You have to stand by the line and “be that guy” and at least defend them, which can be dangerous in groups. I like to serve as a single conduit of consciousness, opening the veil beyond human experience.

We are easier to sell to when we think in groups. Brands have groups. Certain products are tailored to a certain demographic… Don’t be a sheeple. Don’t subscribe, don’t agree with me, don’t like my posts. Make your own. Read, cross check, research. Don’t blindly accept. Self determination is a powerful skill. Critical thinking is a tool. If you accept all the stupid shit Alex Jones says, you’ll make the arms industry rich… Or maybe someday they will come for the guns. an issue it would also suck to be wrong about. If a party says they support the 2nd amendment, voters, especially the single issue voters will support that candidate. It may be false hope and lack of options. But we support them anyway. They lie, we do it again. Sometimes we switch wings, Same bird. New boss same as the old.


– Huffington Post

The undisputed truth here is that fewer and fewer have a piece of the world. The question will remain for now, will they share? Or will some dire future of human micro chipping lead to enslavement? Will the world turn into some hellscape similar to one proposed in the movie Infini. Not the overall plot but the intro text about a world where consolidation of wealth has resulted in mass poverty about 98%. How mass technological unemployment without recourse has made “space miner” a great sounding profession. An introduction movie text I will soon upload a picture of later. perhaps censorship really has taken effect as I’m not able to find one online anywhere. A theory, but time will tell if such a world would sustain itself. An argument one group makes is that “companies can’t exist without their willing customers.” Another member of that same group may say “for lack of options they thrive.”

Lying is easier in groups according to a study from Munich. (here) Maybe we are; due to isolation in the age of technology; becoming too skeptical towards each other… I’d rather buy from a local pot store then trust my dealer if the price is right. Same could be said about information and politics. It’s safer and more efficient supposedly to trust a self proclaimed official source then vote Third party. get uncomfortable. if we want things to change, we have to change our minds and constantly. Grow your own. Develop your own narrative. Think for yourself.

UCLA Psychologist claims a decline in critical thinking ability whilst an increase visual intelligence. Link here. Doesn’t that point toward a future where we can preform many advanced procedures through a screen but can’t decide for ourselves if flouride is safe to drink? The water supply in Flint is still in the toilet, but the vast majority of Facebook users would rather bash the president just because the media is doing it. Certainly a younger more rebellious audience are railing against the corporate takeover of the water supply by companies like Nestle, or the Fukushima crisis still in effect…? These are real issues however which receive little attention. As if there isn’t some corporate stake in keeping people focused on the government in this crucial time. So technology has progressed, everyone is online. 20 years past a generation that used to great each other at the newspaper stand. But are we more diverse? Are we dictated by the fewer and fewer websites that are taking over the visible internet? Is our willingness to use screens to fulfill our social needs making us more connected, or driving us apart? Are we learning yet, or are we less informed?

This station has a history with broadcasters like Chuck Ochelli from The Ochelli Effect, Jim Lee from ClimateViewer3D, author of Anatomy of Slavespeak, who also made an appearance on John B Wells‘ show “Caravan to Midnight.”  Debi Daly appears as well as Sherri from American Freedom RadioBarry Prince from The Big Puzzle and Brian Porter, editor and contributor for The Liberty Beacon and Webmaster at Making a Difference TV. We host a wide range of content, from all ends of the spectrum. Anonymous Radio Redux is looking for contributors of all varieties to join in and if you just have a story you’d like to tell you can email using the contact information in the “contact” tab.  If you want to join us by writing, send your articles, essays and such to site admin. The only rule is “Diversity in thought.” A willingness to speak and listen. Moderators will be present but few rules. ” I don’t discriminate, my disdain for the human race is pretty evenly distributed.” – Blackfox

Email: blackfox1993@protonmail.com

Twitter @AnonRadioRedux

 

 

           Anonymous Radio returns late November on Spreaker with a quick progression to additional platforms. “I’ll be your host ‘The Microphone.’ Playin’ some fine beats in between talk” – Blackfox.

Schedule: Fri, Sat, Sun: 9-11PM EST

 

Are we great yet?

By Anonymous Radio Redux, Blackfox

It has been 15 years since the longest ever conflict in America was started under false pretenses of so called “Weapons of Mass Destruction.” Here’s Trump’s Remarks on the subject. A new puppet in Chief, another 4 years with a new face sitting on the throne of American hypocrisy to justify to the world our foreign policy of invade, kill, steal, and leave in chaos until the chaos justifies our return. Americans at home with a bad taste in mouth are left to ask “are we great?”

Just yesterday John Kelly, White House Chief off Staff was in a press conference where he described the process of a fallen soldier and the “heartbreaking news.” A brief 2 minute clip we captured from that speech shows revealing sentiment from Kelly about the American state of being. (Clip below)  but for the full speech, (here). Why do men serve? A friend of Anonymous Radio about to enlist says its money and lack of options, Another comrade says it’s honor, and another says that the first thing we did when we arrived was lay claim to oil and poppy fields. When those towers fell we would believe anything, so it’s anyone’s guess. The juicy bit in that video is on the last 15 seconds.

It’s been almost a decade since the recession and although the numbers show positive signs of recovery; if you believe said numbers; there’s really no telling when the next crash will happen. Current trends against unemployment  started under the previous administration according to StatistaTime and multiple other sources. Same can be said about stocks. How will we handle another crash? Only last March it was stated that most Americans don’t even have $500 in savings. Is “greatness” our ability to work together under hard times? We shall see.

The media bashes the Chief for ratings. Truly a great nation respects its leaders, or has leaders worth respecting? The truth is swept aside so it’s hard to tell. According to Veritas who infiltrated CNN; if you believe that; the whole Russia narrative is a show according to CNN producers’ own testimony. CNN, the same network that sold you “Weapons of Mass Destruction.” Now the Media plays the hero saving you from yourselves; half of you voted for Trump; at least the half who votes. Who is a television screen to say your wrong? Is it the media’s place to get so involved with politics? All you hear during election year in America is about the elections, no news. All the media lies seem efficient in swaying public opinion… if of course it was relevant.  Yea sure, it was the illegals who make up that extra 200 thousand plus other couple million that were counted in Hilary’s favor after this picture was taken. Clinton had 2,864,974 votes more than Trump. I’d believe the Mexican theory though, especially if the “North American Union” theory proves true. In that case then the borders are open anyway. Regardless, it’s unlikely that Mexicans would have any larger impact on this nation’s politics then its’ people do not.  The New Yorker asks, “Is America an Oligarchy?“ When was the last decision made by government that directly benefitted you? Are Trump’s politics that much different then Obama’s?

Should a great nation care for those desperate enough to cross the border? If there were easier ways here then wouldn’t any sane person take that route? We claim they steal our jobs, but would that be the case if they came here legally, or would we prefer them without jobs and mooching off the state? In the 40s, we rounded up Germans and Japanese, the 50s it was Mexicans. (Operation Wetback) Now it’s DACA. We have a history of making less then great choices dating back to our dealings with the indigenous peoples. Some argue if we did not, then America wouldn’t exist and neither would this crappy overrated and poorly put together Apple device this article was written on. Since we’ll never know, let’s leave that one open. The question really needing asked is, are Mexicans really taking our jobs or are our employers? First the problem was outsourcing now it’s AI.

The future is undisputedly foreign to us. It is a place our species has never been, a place where automation has taken over the workforce. How will we define greatness? What is our purpose off the clock? Big companies are investing in AI like never before. We used to define ourselves by the work we do, without it we are “bums.” Mass technological unemployment is a big issue already in states like Maine. Maine elected Paul Lepage. A Conservative governor who offered very little in regards to social change but did manage to straighten out the budget. As goes Maine so goes the nation. How does Maine define itself in terms of greatness? Frankly, most youth after college leave Maine immediately. Statistically, you can’t force people to live in a place like Maine that takes so much and offers so little. (WCSH on this issue.) While the youth depart, the people of this northeastern-most state are left to wonder, if things are back to normal then why does everyone leave?

According to this article by Futurism, Stockton CA Mayor is implementing a UBI experiment that will give $500 to residents. The idea is that in an age of automation, low level jobs will be replaced. The UBI will mitigate civil unrest and solve the needs of the unemployed.  it will not possible for a student to go to school without at least subsistence so why not give out free money? Will we become lazy or will we invest, do something productive? The test will surely be to see how and what kind of work we do when we aren’t told to. Perhaps the future looks like something out of the movie Ready Player One. Currently the unemployment rate is in the 4-5% range. As it is in Maine. However like Maine, almost half of Americans are receiving government aid. (A link to Maine Heritage Policy Center’s article on Maine’s welfare stats.) On the one hand you have jobs, but on the other, many of those jobs are service industry specific with zero upward mobility or job security. Those jobs will be replaced by AI. Without recourse, the future looks dark for those underpaid retail almost-slaves. Does work define us and has it because of its availability? Is automation really that scary, or is it scary that work defines some of us? Are Mexicans taking our jobs or are our employers? Is our current state of affairs and our attitudes caused by fear of an inevitable world without work?   John Russo, a professor of labor studies at Youngstown State University says “The cultural breakdown matters even more than the economic breakdown.” in an article from The Atlantic.

So now we are a year into the newest puppet show and already we are sending more troops to the Mid-East and maybe preparing for war with Iran. Coal is making a comeback supposedly, but America can’t compete with the world in terms of education. The Great War to define this generation may not be over seas but at home. Civil unrest building and fear of an uncertain future held deep in our zeitgeist since the 80 with the rise of the famed “cyberpunk” genre. (A high tech world where most seem living in bombed out industrial ghettos lit by neon signs and fires stoked by the under the radar venders in the polluted steam filled alleyways drenched in the blood of a dying empire) A possible outcome, or maybe we will all be poor uneducated serfs working at chucky cheese or the mines if we can’t decide exactly “what makes us great” and how to accomplish that.

However we justify our long held belief in exceptionalism most people in their teens and twenties scoff at the idea of service. It begs the question, what are we fighting for? “There is absolutely no evidence to support the statement that we’re the greatest country in the world. We’re 7th in literacy, 27th in math, 22nd in science, 49th in life expectancy, 178th in infant mortality, 3rd in median household income, No. 4 in labor force and No. 4 in exports.” —”Will McAvoy,” fictional news anchor from the HBO series “The Newsroom.” Here are the facts…

“Forty-ninth in life expectancy.” The 2010 CIA World Fact Book ranks the U.S. at No. 49 in life expectancy—if the “European Union” is counted as a country separate from EU members like Germany and Italy. Puerto Rico came in at No. 43, including the EU. The World Bank, using a variety of data sources, ranks the U.S. at No. 39 for both 2009 and 2010. “Third in median household income.” Wikipedia’s presentation of the 2010 numbers from the OECD places the U.S. at No. 4 for median household income. That’s from a list of 35 countries. Our minimum wage is shameful as detailed here in another article from The Atlantic. “More than half (54%) of Americans said religion was very important in their lives, much higher than the share of people in Canada (24%), Australia (21%) and Germany (21%), the next three wealthiest economies we surveyed from 2011 through 2013.” – Pew Research Center. Unless we are ranking how many grown adults believe angels are real, then this speech given by William McAvoy is more true than not. Take a look at the chart below and think deep.

Headlines in the Media

God to be replaced by AI: New religion to be created by computers, Dan Brown claims, Express.uk on 10.13.2017

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A basic income for everyone? Yes, Finland shows it really can work, The Guardian on 10.31.2017
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Niger is the perfect example of the US state of perma-war, The Guardian on 10.27.2017
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Dangerous Crossroads: Tillerson and Mattis Try Justifying Endless US Wars of Aggression, Global Research on 10.31.2017

“The real agenda continues…”
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Strange Glow Cloud Over Siberia Has a Terrifying Explanation, Mysterious Universe on 10.28.2017
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Fats Domino dead at 89, Rockhall on 10.25.2017

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Thom Hartmann: The America I knew has almost disappeared, Salon on 10.17.2017

(Testing Theories of American Politics: Elites, Interest Groups, and Average Citizens), Related to above.

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The Lewis Powell Memo: Corporate Blueprint to Dominate Democracy, Grenpeace on 04.23.2011.

Greenpeace Analyzes the Lewis Powell Memo: Corporate Blueprint to Dominate Democracy, Greenpeace on 09.21.2011

(The Powell Memo), Related to above.

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Our tech future: the rich own the robots while the poor have ‘job mortgages’,  The Guardian on 03.12.2016