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WATCH: The Magic Words #SolutionsWatch

The magic words can open doors that you didn’t even know were there. They can help you skirt the censors and the fact checkers. They can unlock minds and take your research to a whole new level.

So do you know the magic words? Find out in this week’s edition of #SolutionsWatch!

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snafuman
snafuman
Feb 16, 2023 2:04 AM

Once I was forced to write a justification for a grant application for a project. I wrote a 1.5 page memo that said everything that needed to be said more than adequately. I was told to re-write it again, and again, and again. Finally I wrote a 12 page document which said the same thing over and over at least 4 times, and I purposefully included every “buzz” word or term I could think of (“robust, adaptive management, carbon neutral, eco-friendly, minimalist, sustainable, (hell, I might have even called the project “gluten free”)). I went home feeling physically ill after writing this. I turned it in to my bosses and the other agencies involved thinking “someone is for sure going to call me out on this bullshit” (all highly educated and credentialed people, of course) . Not only did no one call me out, the grant for the project finally got approved.

The lesson I learned?

Not only do words mean something, meaningless words mean something.

To meaningless people.

Ort
Ort
Feb 16, 2023 8:35 PM
Reply to  snafuman

I worked for a state agency, aka a bureaucracy. State workers have a reputation for being mediocre drones and slugs; while there’s some truth to this stereotype, even state agencies have their share of would-be “hard chargers”.

The ambitious, status-seeking, ass-kissing, up-and-coming, rising-star, 90-day wonder wannabes were always on the alert for the buzzwords du jour, and were careful to enthusiastically adopt them. But then, most people in stuporvisory* (*not misspelled!) positions, being submissive and conformist by nature and inclination, habitually used them too.

During the mid-1990s, I was a so-called Claims Specialist at the state unemployment benefits agency’s Regional Office in Philadelphia. Although I had no formal technical training or experience, I was made a regional “automation coordinator” based purely on management’s assessment that I was “good with computers”.

Periodically, “automation” personnel from our Central Office (CO) in Harrisburg would arrive to hold “train the trainer” sessions for new equipment or procedures. During one meeting, a very pleasant CO specialist, Sara, said something like, “The new computers will be delivered and set up next week, and then we’ll have ‘just in time training’ for staff so they can start using them the week after that.”

I’d never heard the expression before, so I assumed that Sara was being facetious; me being me, I promptly quipped, “Oh, ‘just in time training’, eh? Sounds good! It sure beats the hell out of our usual ‘too little, too late’ training!” I got the hoped-for laughs.

It wasn’t until I was looking over the accompanying documentation a few days later that I discovered that “Just in Time Training™” was actually the buzzword phrase used by the vendor who gave the Central Office staff orientation. It was actual commercial Newspeak, not Sara’s extemporaneous description. Since then, I’ve seen the phrase used elsewhere.

FWIW, unlike Sara, I could never bring myself to dutifully echo the official buzzwords delivered so seriously and solemnly by our masters. The buzzwords and phrases are purely shibboleths. Their purpose is to demonstrate the assiduous user’s bona fides, i.e. that the user is a worthy member in good standing within the in-group. 

It’s a lot like piously reciting the Pledge of Allegiance with one’s hand over one’s heart, with the added benefit of showing that one is au courant. 😉

Corarden
Corarden
Feb 15, 2023 7:11 PM

Tokyo Rose strikes again – don’t waste your time with this overpaid clown

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
Feb 15, 2023 4:37 PM

Well, well, well… I nearly blew by this video, as I haven’t been very impressed by Mr Corbett’s approach to disclosing information. This presentation was different. It nails down methods by which one can acquire an entirely different search result, simply by changing the nomenclature of the search. Perhaps the recent earthquake event in Turkey/Syria prompted Mr Corbett to take fresh notice of the subject…

I’ve been wise to the “chem-trailing” nomenclature ploy for many years, and witnessed first hand, the aberrations in weather within the Lake Superior region (US). I’ve read hundreds of pages regarding this intentional poisoning of the atmosphere, and possess links to nearly 400 appropriate articles.

The proposed ban of geoengineering activities within Mexico has attracted some modest attention… What Mexico’s planned geoengineering restrictions mean for the future of the field | MIT Technology Review I think this ban is a bit late in the game, but do welcome the event.

For persons doubting the existence and use of these dangerous technologies: >
Extensive List Of Patents » Extensive List Of Patents | Geoengineering Watch

nylon
nylon
Feb 14, 2023 10:20 PM

Do not hate and don’t be afraid.

Veri Tas
Veri Tas
Feb 14, 2023 9:42 PM

“No.”

EarlofSuave
EarlofSuave
Feb 14, 2023 3:47 PM

The magic words? “Go f*ck your mother”, worked wonders for Joe Pesci. Can be used as an icebreaker in a myriad of conversations, e.g.
“May I see your vaccine passport, please?”
“Our dish of the day is smoked locust with a side of crunchy frogs avec une sauce crémeuse à la dust mite!”

Tommy Jensen
Tommy Jensen
Feb 19, 2023 10:47 PM
Reply to  EarlofSuave

“piss off” is short, more effective, more macho.

Your magic is the pervert’s way, not saying you are, but your proposal commonly used by bad manner guys is.

banana
banana
Feb 14, 2023 2:09 PM

re; chemtrails, its not a conspiracy, I assume the chemtrailers will be happy when all airports close in 2030?

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S1352231016302424

oddly
oddly
Feb 14, 2023 10:44 AM

And just like that the Ambulance, Police, Fire sirens stopped blaring in the morning.

rubberheid
rubberheid
Feb 14, 2023 3:22 PM
Reply to  oddly

well, certainly less so.

John Goss
John Goss
Feb 14, 2023 10:36 AM

This contains a couple of academic articles you might not find by searching for them.

https://johnplatinumgoss.com/2023/02/13/two-academic-papers-that-blow-apart-the-vaccine-plot/

It also contains a link to my colleague’s work up to 2023 on vaccine deaths and adverse events.

Veri Tas
Veri Tas
Feb 14, 2023 10:12 PM
Reply to  John Goss

Great website, easy to navigate and good stats all in the one place.
I also liked the story about the Canadian geese.

Edwige
Edwige
Feb 14, 2023 9:20 AM

Music is one of their most profound methods for casting spells.

Take that Leonard Cohen…. He’s such a good guy, let me link in one of his songs and all’s right with the world. Oh, hang on – his ex-girlfriend says he worked for the CIA and was involved in mind control?
https://odysee.com/@markdevlintv:e/GVP–231—Ann-Diamond—MK-Ultra—Leonard-Cohen-:5

Is she to be believed? These claimed MK Ultra survivor tales are tricky (I don’t believe Cathy O’Brien for one). However, take some of her more mild claims – Cohen met the Rothschilds in London in 1959, his interest in singing emerged strangely late (aged 33!), he had a fondness for guns and he had a remarkable talent for being in town when other famous musicians died. Diffifcult to reconcile with his Zen Buddhist image, isn’t it?….

She also has some interesting things to say about Mick Jagger.

Pig Swill
Pig Swill
Feb 14, 2023 10:59 AM
Reply to  Edwige

Leonard Cohen? Come on man.

wardropper
wardropper
Feb 14, 2023 12:41 PM
Reply to  Edwige

If only “music” meant something other than a sentimental pseudo-political text set to the most ordinary three guitar chords imaginable . . .

Thom
Thom
Feb 14, 2023 12:49 PM
Reply to  Edwige

The CIA control have much influence in the American music industry, hence all those exclusives in Rolling Stone magazine. Not surprising then that they try to smear non-Americans like Cohen and Jagger, and of course our heroes Clapton and Van Morrison.

Binra
Binra
Feb 14, 2023 1:18 PM
Reply to  Edwige

The spell is nothing but your engagement with it.
So another may cast, from who they think to be, under its framing, but the bait you take is what you think you want or have to do something about.
Context is everything.
But beneath what we think, is a realm of intention or desire set in the themes of a central intelligence seeking control – or seeking to bolster against loss of control (as the wish to a self-autonomy or privately masked agenda).
Accusing itself in others is its favourite device.
Ultimately what do you or I choose to accept true of ourselves, for as I see myself so shall I see you, and what I choose to see in you, I put there as if to distance and mask in withholding or withdrawal of blessing.
Worship of evil runs by wanting to see and strengthen it in the Other.
Others may be misguided or dissociated and behaving destructively to self and others, but that is not the point I am making.
One of our most profound miscreative abilities is to cast a spell and be-live its effect as our entrancement to self-illusion framed as one up on others aka ‘judgement set over others’.

jubal hershaw
jubal hershaw
Feb 14, 2023 7:53 PM
Reply to  Binra

Pointing The Bone worked for Australia’s Indigenous people.

George Mc
George Mc
Feb 14, 2023 4:47 PM
Reply to  Edwige

I prefer to go with the old adage “Trust the song, not the singer”. If Leonard was some mind controlled zombie or some mind zombie controller, then he still wrote some great songs. Similarly if Paul McCartney really did die back in ’67 or whenever, it can’t be denied that his replacement was one hell of a songwriter.

Mann Friedmann
Mann Friedmann
Feb 14, 2023 7:18 PM
Reply to  George Mc

Amazing the trivial considerations that of Laurel Canyon, Jakson Pollock, Cohen, Dylan, were heavily influenced by Mk/MI6/CIA, whatever, the individuals didn’t get the Epstein Treatment.
Such an insidious manipulation, first with mores and narcotics 50+ years ago, to the “Epstein manipulation of pre-consent teens for political blackmailing purposes”, then a clandestine retirement in Tel Aviv.

Placental_Mammal
Placental_Mammal
Feb 15, 2023 1:27 AM
Reply to  Edwige

Fascinating documentary. Especially the 1959 meeting with Jacob R.

niko
niko
Feb 14, 2023 4:59 AM

I live where most every day should be clear and sunny but instead is routinely fouled by chemtrails. Whatever name this mad science of geoengineering gets coded or classified as, I keep looking for the magic words enabling a search – where I live – to connect me to others who are paying attention.

Given results thus far of repeated attempts at outreach, I’m not sure people look up, or anywhere else, in wonder anymore. In fact, I’m beginning to wonder how much longer I can keep pointing up at the sky before they lock me up.

And this is just one of many offenses to common sense and reason of which I’m guilty. The past three years has established my reputation as an anti-science conspiracy nutjob, for instance, which keeps me wondering if after all the refusal of the vax I’ll wind up getting treated for some mental disorder and pumped full of poison to lobotomize me.

The forecast remains bleak.

les online
les online
Feb 14, 2023 6:20 AM
Reply to  niko

In Australia anti-science conspiracy nutjobs would most likely be whisked off to The Camps…

Inside An Australian Quarantine Camp… (aka detention centres for dissidents).

https://brownstone.org/articles/inside-an-australian-quarantine-camp/

niko
niko
Feb 15, 2023 11:48 PM
Reply to  les online

Yes, what little I’ve learned of what’s going down in Australia has been more than enough a reminder that things can always get worse.

McMurhpy
McMurhpy
Feb 14, 2023 10:05 AM
Reply to  niko

 ..”I keep looking for the magic words enabling a search – where I live – to connect me to others who are paying attention.”
Your magic words are Stand In The Park (SITP). There are hundreds of groups of people like you in most towns in the UK and they fight globalists agendas locally.

niko
niko
Feb 15, 2023 11:39 PM
Reply to  McMurhpy

I’m glad to hear they’re still around; hadn’t come across much news of them lately. Thanks for letting me know. I’m in the US. Some small, sectarian samples of civil liberties resistance in the past to lockdown and health care mandates where I’m at. But nothing going on now, especially to address the comprehensive agenda (e.g., Great Reset), and not much more as far as I can tell from travels to and news of elsewhere.

Binra
Binra
Feb 14, 2023 1:31 PM
Reply to  niko

Where I cannot definitively know as a basis to act to realign integrity, I shall give no power to negative suggestions set in presumed or asserted ‘facts’ and stay open to being with an integrity of being now.
It is clear that the spraying operates out of the highest realms of ‘national’ or global ‘security’ that runs as ‘top secret’ under strictures such that almost none speak out & if they do, who’s to say it is true?
Like the so called vaccines, there is no singular for what IT is, but many ‘experiments’ or batched purposes running under its singular designation.
I notice that what I hate leaves me with the result, not those who act in ways I hold to be in dis-integrity. Then it leaks from me to my relationships as a dispirited or depressed expression of my potential.
I don’t feel to give that power away. So I am learning within it to exercise it differently than past habit dictates.

niko
niko
Feb 15, 2023 11:46 PM
Reply to  Binra

Like Wittgenstein said, it’s not how or why the world is but that it is that’s the mystical. And it’s because of the mystical, including that we are, that I fight the power that refuses to let us be.

Tom Larsen
Tom Larsen
Feb 14, 2023 2:51 PM
Reply to  niko

You might as Corbett and Broze indicate, stop calling them chemtrails and call them atmospheric aerosol injection. I tried a search and chemtrails only brings up conspiracy debunking articles, while atmospheric aerosol injection brings up all kinds of interesting things. It is indeed the magic word that counts!

niko
niko
Feb 15, 2023 11:12 PM
Reply to  Tom Larsen

“Whatever name this mad science of geoengineering gets coded or classified as….”

Tom Larsen
Tom Larsen
Feb 15, 2023 11:46 PM
Reply to  niko

Sure…

MOOSE
MOOSE
Feb 14, 2023 6:18 PM
Reply to  niko

Niko, I have called every so-called politician in commiefornia about the chemtrails 10 years ago! They don’t give a ratsass, and call them contrails. This is an evil fucking world run by blood-sucking perverts as you well know……..
Good post!!!

niko
niko
Feb 15, 2023 11:54 PM
Reply to  MOOSE

That sums it up so well. I’ve been trying to shake thinks up since the sixties and all it seems I’m doing anymore is rattling the bars of my cage.

Thom Crewz
Thom Crewz
Feb 14, 2023 10:09 PM
Reply to  niko

I have all the chem photos which consisted of at least three planes taking part during a full moon in Nov 2022. Beat that!

niko
niko
Feb 15, 2023 11:18 PM
Reply to  Thom Crewz

I love the colors at sunset after a full day’s dose of chemtrails, but that sight sounds even lovelier.

Albert Anderson
Albert Anderson
Feb 14, 2023 4:41 AM

Solution watch – here’s one. Let’s get a whole bunch of people together and storm the castle. Whatever happened to the good old days, man. For crying out loud, now everybody wants magic fucking words. How about, Abracadabra, Let’s have a revolution.

On a side note, I was reading earlier about how the powers that be or whatever you want to call them want to divide and conquer us by not allowing us to organize. And I thought, shit, most people don’t want to do that anyway, too much fucking work.

ChairmanDrusha
ChairmanDrusha
Feb 14, 2023 5:45 AM

Well, obviously it’s a bit more complicated than that. Because it’s not just the people in the castle you have to worry about; it’s the masses that succumbed to the zombie mind virus that you used to call your friends and family. Whether or not they are beyond saving I can’t quite say.

SeamusPadraig
SeamusPadraig
Feb 14, 2023 11:44 AM
Reply to  ChairmanDrusha

It’s also the people who put the people in the castle in the castle, if you know what I mean. These political ‘leaders’ are just disposable puppets. We should storm the Fed and the Bank of England!

dan
dan
Feb 14, 2023 5:38 PM
Reply to  SeamusPadraig

After you..

Albert Anderson
Albert Anderson
Feb 14, 2023 5:27 PM
Reply to  ChairmanDrusha

Ya, OK, makes excuses, heard it all before.

Peter Jennings
Peter Jennings
Feb 14, 2023 4:10 PM

It was the same in the past. Noone really wanted to leave their homes and walk for days to London. However, as was then, as is now, the authorities just kept pushing and punishing those who were speaking out. Human nature alone will ensure that cannot go on forever, as it did in the past.

There will be a galvanising event IMO, and not one engineered by our rogue gov’ts. Gov’t engineered events with crisis actors everywhere exist to segmentate the opposition into groups of ‘conspiracy theorists’, which happens to be us, the speaking out public.

This rogue gov’t will keep pushing, like the old days, until even the meek have had enough. Noone really wants to see violence and destruction in a civilised world but in a way our societies haven’t developed to what they are today without it. With our parliamentary reps no longer serving the people and will no intention of ceasing their warmongering or their plans for their NWO, will we the people have any other course of action?

Tommy Jensen
Tommy Jensen
Feb 19, 2023 11:10 PM
Reply to  Peter Jennings

“We the people” the majority have elected the warmongers.

The sheeple are feeling more secure by having the farmers protecting, feeding, ripping them and slaughter them, than being on their own with the wolves in the wild.

Sal P
Sal P
Feb 14, 2023 4:32 AM
Ann Caddigan
Ann Caddigan
Feb 14, 2023 5:48 AM
Reply to  Sal P

Thanks, Sal,
I love a good hoot.

Peter Jennings
Peter Jennings
Feb 14, 2023 12:31 AM

I don’t know whether anyone else has noticed but goggle keep serving up the same MSM sources over and over, page after page. They have also removed millions and millions of other pages from their search algorithm. So whatever one is looking for, via goggle, ie: a search engine, becomes harder or impossible to find. Themtube do something similar by burying popular videos. If a shop were to do this it would go out of business.

Goggle cannot be trusted with information. They are no longer staffed by free wheeling lovable geeks but Igors for gov’t spooks who are creating a monster.

Howard
Howard
Feb 14, 2023 3:13 AM
Reply to  Peter Jennings

It’s doubtful they were ever staffed “by free wheeling lovable geeks.” They were just play acting.

les online
les online
Feb 14, 2023 3:20 AM
Reply to  Peter Jennings

gigablast.com
search engine
any good ?

Peter Jennings
Peter Jennings
Feb 14, 2023 1:26 PM
Reply to  les online

Don’t know but i’ll give them a whirl. Although, after a little research one finds that most other search engines also use goggle for their searches, they just don’t tell you half the time.
This gives goggle a monopoly on information and all other sources are drawing from the same spoiled well.

Johnny
Johnny
Feb 14, 2023 7:30 AM
Reply to  Peter Jennings

$ATAN$ $OLDIER$ come in all shapes, sizes and ethnic groups:
https://www.winterwatch.net/2023/02/new-world-order-autotrons-in-america-upper-caste-supremacist-subcontinent-indians/
Though Whitey still rules.

Peter Jennings
Peter Jennings
Feb 14, 2023 3:46 PM
Reply to  Johnny

Interesting stuff.

Paul_too
Paul_too
Feb 14, 2023 4:12 PM
Reply to  Peter Jennings

The best way to avoid that problem is to never use Google for anything.

Using their services, nowadays, is encouraging dishonesty and censorship.