Showing posts from August, 2014

Darrell Hamamoto on Social Control and Engineering

In Servitors of Empire: Studies In the Dark Side of Asian America, Darrell Hamamoto discusses the massive importation of specialized Asian scientists and engineers into the US, assigned to build the technetronic infrastructure for the new world order command and control system. He explains how highly trained knowledge workers are being employed to bring sovereign nations such as the United States under centralized rule made possible through advances in bioscience, IT, engineering, and global finance.

Hamamoto and the interviewer go off on all sorts of NWO conspiracy tangents in this podcast. Nevertheless, there is compelling evidence to validate what Hamamoto is saying:

Hamamoto and the interviewer also touch upon the feminization of men:

Global sperm counts have dropped by a third since 1989 and by half in the past 50 years. The rate of decline is only accelerating as more and more couples find it harder to have children. In studies of white European men, the rate of decline is as much…

The Asian American Journalists Association 2014 in DC

There is a hotel on the same block as my work place and on occasion, I go to the Starbuck's in the hotel. Other times, I stop into the hotel to take a break and walk around this small eatery connected to the hotel. This week, I discovered just by chance that the Asian American Journalist Association was having their annual convention.

Moreover, I kind of  crashed some of the convention. Hey, I blended in, so why not hang around and pick up conversation threads? I actually didn't talk to anyone though, I didn't want to get caught as not being a journalist! But today, I unknowingly caught part of a break out session in one of the hotel's meeting rooms that was moderated by Phil Yu from Angry Asian Man. Also of note was C-SPAN was filming it. The panel touched upon some interesting things about Asian American media representation.

Furthermore, speaking of representation, I noticed from the crowd that it seemed as if there were more women than men. It sure would be nice to…