3 Responses to “Psaki – “AND I LOVE WORKING FOR PRESIDENT OB—“”

  1. AneRose says:

    Who doesn’t know Obiden is president?

  2. Aldous says:

    Freudian slip, slidin’ and strikin’ again as Paul Simon might say.
    How does Pissaki sleep at night?
    The Winter nights must just fly by sleeping in the same pit as her(sic).
    Why, I would shake its hand after giving it one of sorts but fear it would fall off.
    What a fraudian world we live in.


    Paul Kane’s (Paul Simon) musical work in the early 1960’s was primarily as a contracted songwriter in the famed “Brill Building machine.” He would write songs for other artists to record. He did try his hand at performing, however. Assuming a new stage name – Paul Kane – he wrote many ballads and rockabilly tunes which were recorded, both by Paul and as a member of the mildly-successful Tico and the Triumphs. Paul also had a famous collaborator – Carole Kane (who changed her name to Carol King). Paul Simon, a Jew whose family was part of the ‘military-industrialist complex’ was very likely a product of the early 1960’s military experimentation in Silent Sound mind control –which is clearly what the lyrics of “The Sound of Silence” convey to those ‘in the know’.

  3. Aldous says:

    In layman’s terms, this device, this “Sound of Silence”simply allows for the unwarranted implantation of specific thoughts, emotions, and even prescribed physical actions into unsuspecting human beings.

    Here is what the British press reported on the incident – while the American press was censored:

    “… an unbelievable and HIGHLY CLASSIFIED PsyOps program utilizing “Silent Sound” techniques was successfully deployed. The opportunity to use this method occurred when Saddam Hussein’s military command-and-control system was destroyed. The Iraqi troops were then forced to use commercial FM radio stations to carry encoded commands, which were broadcast on the 100 MHz frequency. The US Psy-Ops team set up its own portable FM transmitter, utilizing the same frequency, in the deserted city of Al Khafji. This US transmitter overpowered the local Iraqi station. Along with patriotic and religious music, PsyOps transmitted “vague, confusing and contradictory military orders and information”.