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Dmitry Orlov, Engineer & USSR Collapse Expert: The Rationale behind the Boston Psy-ops

The Rationale behind the Boston Psy-ops
Tuesday, April 23, 2013 | By Dmitri Orlav

An interesting thing happened in Boston. Not the explosions that killed several people and maimed many more—such gruesome events happen with some regularity in more and more parts of the world—but what happened afterwards. Under the thinnest of pretenses, Boston was placed under martial law, with heavily armed troops patrolling the streets, pointing machine guns at civilians who dared so much as to look out their windows.

A large part of the city was placed under lockdown, supposedly because a single 19-year-old, on foot, was on the loose. (There may be dozens of armed teenagers on the loose in Boston on any given Friday.) The official story makes little sense.

Do you think the Tsarnaev brothers did it? I doubt it. They seem like patsies at most. They seem to have been picked because they are Chechen, and tying in Chechnya, and Russia, and radical Islam, makes it a better story. As with 9/11, the official version has many holes in it, there is contradictory evidence, but the officials and the official media steadfastly ignore it, ready to label anyone who calls the official story into question a “conspiracy theorist.”

I am not an investigator or an intelligence analyst; I am merely expressing an opinion based on my intuition. While all of this was unfolding, I was making use of the good weather to paint a boat (the fancy two-part polyurethane paint doesn't cure well if it's humid or under 50°F, and it was finally warm and dry enough to apply it) and I had the boat's stereo blasting NPR as I worked. I wasn't even listening all that carefully because I had to concentrate on avoiding drips and smudges. But after a while I had a sudden realization about the voices on the radio: They Are All Lying! There is a certain intonation that is hard to suppress, and it indicates that someone is trying very hard to sound like they believe what they are saying. I heard that intonation over and over again. Now, granted, some of them didn't even know for sure that they were lying, but to me it appeared that somebody was hastily concocting a story for public consumption. Not being an intelligence analyst or an investigator, I asked Mike Ruppert, who is both of these things, and he wrote back “Of course the bombing was a lie and a set-up. I don't chase the details anymore though. Waste of energy.” And I have to agree with him; I have neither the time nor the interest. But somebody else has chased down a few of the details, and they don't look good for the official story. See for yourself: here, here, here and here.

If this is another false flag operation by the special forces, what, you might reasonably ask, is the motive? From whose perspective, you might wonder, was it a good idea to stage a horrific mock terrorist incident right in the cradle of the American Revolution, and specifically on Patriot's Day, which is a state holiday commemorating the first battle of the Revolutionary War? And from whose perspective was it a good idea to then stage a military occupation of Boston? The symbolism is unmistakeable: were these the first shots fired in the Counterrevolutionary War? Obviously, the people behind it are the ultimate scum of the earth. But let me try to propose a few ideas for their rationale.

Courtesy of WesternRifleShooters.wordpress.com

*** Dmitry Orlov, is a Russian-American engineer who immigrated to America at age 12. He has been speaking on the nature of the USSR's economic collapse, for some time; he has a unique first person perspective of having personally lived through and experienced USSR, both pre- and post-collapse.

Dmitry is someone who knows a thing or two about what an entire Empire collapsing looks and feels like, first hand. He is the author of Reinventing Collapse – The Soviet Example and American Prospects and the upcoming May 28, 2013 release date book: The Five Stages of Collapse: A Survivor's Toolkit.

For more background info, please check out this interview from 2009:

KPFA Guns & Butter with Bonnie Faulkner, August 9, 2009: The Collapse Gap.
Direct .mp3 Download Link.

Also, searched on DP for possible previous posts in the archives. Lo and behold, there were a few posts, ya smart cookies!

Here's a notable one from NY4RP, with updated YT vid:

Dimitry Orlov: Seizing the mid-collapse moment

Submitted by NY4RP on Thu, 07/19/2012 - 11:58

A recording of the public lecture by Dmitry Orlov on 9 June 2009, at the Davenport Hotel, Dublin, Ireland.

If you haven't heard of Mr. Orlov before give him a listen now. It will be an eye opener as he draws comparisons and highlights differences between the Soviet collapse and the ongoing collapse of the US.

Dmitry Orlov - Seizing the Mid-Collapse Moment


http://youtu.be/RxQshxrkR9M

predoba
Published on Jan 16, 2013

Dmitry Orlov has an interesting take as to the circumstances on what may take place in America after an actual collapse of the economy. It's not a matter of IF it will take place, but WHEN it will take place at this point. Dmitry uses the post-collapse template of the Soviet Union and applies the similarities and differences to the imminent American collapse.

Great food for thought, people. We must prep NOW in order to avoid hardships LATER. We are woefully unprepared!



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Thanks for the kudos!

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hey NY4RP!

thanks for checking up, and thanks for posting it, earlier!

Predictions in due Time...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zGDisyWkIBM

"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it's realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy." - Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul

The full article

couldn't really get more grim. Especially at the end.

http://cluborlov.blogspot.com/2013/04/the-rationale-behind-b...

As an early proponent of "shut up you conspiracy nutcases" it's hard to beat the combined authority of Orlov and Ruppert. The most non-conspiracy minded of us see the EFFECT of what's happening if not the immediate cause.

It's Orlov's simple observation that war is too expensive overseas and therefore MUST come home that's most chilling and it's his central thesis. The rest of his article simply adds reasons for the age-old observation that the ultimate goal of every regime is to remain the regime. No matter what the cost.

Be brave, be brave, the Myan pilot needs no aeroplane.

yup:

"The rest of his article simply adds reasons for the age-old observation that the ultimate goal of every regime is to remain the regime. No matter what the cost."

ANY state, given time, becomes dictatorial, period.

Never met a statist without a despotic undertone, ever.

Predictions in due Time...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zGDisyWkIBM

"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it's realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy." - Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul

"Most Americans have purchased their last car."

That's probably true for me. I'll sell mine next week and it will be years before I buy another, if ever. I'll be doing a lot of walking.

New Hampshire and Ecuador.

From The Superbly Intelligent Discussion ..

... in the linked ClubOrlov blog:

"When lies are rampant truth becomes something like the secret handshake that tells you you’re among friends."

Very important

Detente worked because the United States and USSR were not that different overall politically. The people supported the peace movements. There has been a theory circulating in universities for quite awhile that the United States and Soviet Union immediately faced off after World War 2 precisely because they were so similar, and not different. Ultimately, this similarity would lead to the downfall of one or the other, but not both simultaneously. There is no saying that the Soviet Union mingled with closed command economy throughout the 50s and 60s but they moved into a capitalist model by the 70s and 80s but could not keep up with US military production. While the US had promised under the 60s, 70s, and 80s, to reduce the arms race with the Soviet Union, it actually kept building non-stop. Partly because of Vietnam and partly because of anti-Soviet sentiment. Really, as PEOPLE, how different were we to the Soviets? Both countries still operate command economy. Russia had a quick collapse because it ceded its sphere of influence and gave up its empire quickly. If the U.S. economy fails there will be massive resistance to this.

Yup:

I asked Mike Ruppert, who is both of these things, and he wrote back “Of course the bombing was a lie and a set-up. I don't chase the details anymore though. Waste of energy.”

I too agree with Orlov & Ruppert (on this issue); the only thing that matters is what rights are they going to infringe upon next: what larger geopolitical moves are they going to use this mishap (regardless of whether it's false flag a MIHOP/LIHOP, or that rarest of the rare: an actual, 'organic terrorism') to leverage TO attain what 'they' want?

That's the only thing that matters now. They're never gonna admit guilt. And bad guys don't wear black, have horns or come with a sign, even though, they're even more obvious than that, in reality, if one's paying attention.

Predictions in due Time...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zGDisyWkIBM

"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it's realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy." - Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul

updated

....

how would a plausible collapse of the American Empire come about, and what will it look like, and what may ensue?

Find out.

Predictions in due Time...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zGDisyWkIBM

"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it's realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy." - Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul