Tuesday 21 July 2015

Discernment: Navigating the Dirty Old Disinfo Town. 

The disinfo melting pot is crashing down. 

Here are some questions you can ask yourself to vet any source:


1. Is the info based on facts or faith?

Example: We support the crowdfunding industry. Since spring 2013, when we wrote our economic liberation PDF: Sleeping Giant Industries, crowdfunding has disbursed 1 to 1.5 BILLION dollars at street level. That is a rock solid fact. 

Other people support BRICS, the AIIB and the "Dragons". Since spring 2013; BRICS, the AIIB and Dragon scammers have disbursed ZERO dollars at street level. To believe them, you need faith, and therein lies the danger. Don't give them any loosh.

So when you hear someone ask you to believe something, ask yourself: Is this Fact, or Faith?

BTW, here is categoric proof that the AIIB cares nothing for the common citizen of Earth:

2. Who is the hero?

We have been careful to obscure our identities. Firstly, because we value our privacy. Secondly, because we want people to realize that they are center stage in this situation. We are just on the side. So... is the source promoting itself excessively as a hero, or is it off to the side, waiting for people to discover their own inner fire?

3. Track Record?

What is the track record of the disclosure source? Google their name, and put the words fraud, scam, fake in the search. Sometimes there are obscure bloggers who have outed prominent disclosure fakes. 

4. Action now or later?

Is the source asking you to wait til 'after' certain events take place, or is it asking you take action NOW? I have always said the true lightworkers are on Kickstarter + in Microfinance. Maybe they are gardening, or playing in a band with friends. Or looking after their families and helping them through the blockade. 

5. Fake dates and SOON?

Does the source constantly give out fake timeframes, or keeping you in a hope treadmill, promising imminent liberation? Red flag! Last we heard, true liberation could take up to two years in this timeline. 

6. The Three Jewel Test

The infinite creator gave us three jewels. The intellect, the heart, and intuition. When you get new information, run it by the head for a few breaths, then the heart, then the gut. If it passes all three tests, it might be OK. 

7. Shaming and Shunning

How do people in the group react when you disagree with the 'core doctrine'? Do they get uptight? Is the group policed by a self-serving group of sniffy New Agers? Bzzzt! Another red-flag. 

8. Cult-think.

Are there cult-like aspects to the group?

1. Opposing critical thinking
2. Isolating members and penalizing them for leaving
3. Emphasizing special doctrines outside scripture
4. Seeking inappropriate loyalty to their leaders
5. Dishonoring the family unit
6. Crossing Biblical boundaries of behavior (versus sexual purity and personal ownership)
7. Separation from the Church


"Group-think, Suppression of Dissent, and Enforced Conformity in Thinking
The cult has standard answers for almost everything, and members are expected to parrot those answers. Willfulness or independence or skeptical thinking is seen as bad. Members accept the leader's reality as their own."


Be careful: modern disclosure artists are skilled double-talkers. They will claim one thing and then act in another direction. This confuses unwary researchers. They are A) hiding their true intentions. B) setting up a deliberate state of cognitive dissonance in the listener. This causes intellectual paralysis. 


Disclosure is a marathon. We are still here, watching them peel away one by one.  New intel about the distracticons and liars is outed every day.

We have been here since 2009, way before the current crop of dream salesmen came on the scene. We have patiently watched you selling freeze-dried hope, and peddling dates you can't cash. And now we will watch all you self-stroking marionetteers fade away like rats and hamsters drowning in a boiling nebula. 



  1. Applause.

    Recommending several Mark Passio presentations to bring points 4, 5 and 6 home.

    Thank you Contact Point(s)

  2. Thanks for your comments. Fixed typos just now. I like Mark Passio a lot. I wish I had more time to listen to his lectures...

    Best Wishes all...

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  5. I guess the chapters in your book "Corruption in surface networks" and "New age Snobbery towards ethical business"are not without meaning than :) In fact it would seem its more relevant now cheers!

    1. Right, Tim. None of us are 100 per cent without corruption. We must be on guard at all times, I guess.

      This timeline is fairly positive, there are just some things to look out for...


    2. Lol especially not the so called "dragons" ;)

    3. Yes, that enterprise has fallen apart completely. The Dragon groups are real, I have met some of them first hand, but none of the current surface claimants are legitamate.


  6. Hi Contact Point, I like you ;) eyes wide open and smelling the roses