Monday, November 21, 2011


The Dictator's Handbook is written by Bruce Bueno de Mesquita and Alastair Smith.

According to this book:

There is no great difference between a 'democratic' leader like Obama and a 'dictator' like Hitler.

Leaders, like Obama and Hitler, do whatever it takes to keep themselves in power.

Most leaders don't really care about 'their country' or 'their people'.

A leader has a number of 'essential supporters', people who need to be 'looked after'.

Some leaders, like Obama, have a large number of 'esential supporters' who need to be 'looked after'.

Some 'dictators' have a relatively small number of 'essential supporters'.

Obama's supporters form a fairly large 'coalition'.

The small coalition supporting Iran’s supreme leader, Khamenei, includes certain Revolutionary Guards, certain government officials, certain religious leaders, certain thugs and certain businessmen.

A leader needs to reward the key people in the military, the judiciary, and the 'inner circle'.

An American or European 'democratic' leader has to give out rewards to the followers - contracts, subsidies, and welfare payments.

Rockefeller at Bilderberg, making the big decisions in secret.

What The Dictator's Handbook does not make clear is that 'dictators' are often put into power by the so called 'democracies'.

Richard Sale, UPI Intelligence Correspondent, has written about how Saddam Hussein was trained and put into power by the CIA. (Saddam worked for the CIA)

Apparently the USA and UK put the Ayatollahs into power. (The Ayatollahs and the CIA)

Reportedly, Gaddafi was put into power by the CIA and MI6 (THE LIBYA MYSTERY DEEPENS)

Bush's grandfather helped Hitler's rise to power, according to The Guardian.

Victor Rothschild. (WHO WAS HE WORKING FOR?)

Perhaps the really big question is - who controls the so-called 'leaders'?

There is a theory that the 'leaders' like Obama are merely puppets. (OBAMA ADOPTED BY MK ULTRA?)

Perhaps the people who pull the strings are people like Rockefeller, Rothschild, Kissinger, Manning... (DIANA, JEWS, ARMS DEALERS, 9 11)


Penny said...

Hey Aangirfan

I know it was a couple of days ago, but, thanks kindly for the link over to the Syrian article part two.

I have a new one up today.
Interesting how much Israel is going to benefit from this all...

Unsurprising of course.
Interesting nonetheless.

Noor al Haqiqa said...

A few basic premises covered here but a lot of them omitted. Kissinger is the Rothschild's go-fer with politicians and international western leaders... or was.

The Royals, the Rockefellers, but top of the group are the Rothschilds and there are others above them I have read.

As for Obama being a puppet.... is there really any question who he serves? Not really!

Anonymous said...

The 'dictator' may be a 5 headed religous octopus(Chistianity (Anglican Royals vs Catholic Vatican), Judaism, Islam, Dharma/Indian, and Tao/Asian) with tenancles reaching into every country.

The 'Shock Doctrine' is a book by Naomi Klein who does a decent job explaining the hegalian ideology inherent in the shock doctrine of exploiting the vulnerabilities of disaster-shocked peoples around the world.

aferrismoon said...

Oh and does Brievik have a scar - well doubtless on the inside [ brain lesions?]


nobody said...

Ayah, Noor beat me to it. Yeah, Kissinger is a lieutentant. Whilst you can't take everything people like Cathy O'Brien, Kathleen Sullivan etc. say as gospel truth I'm inclined to think O'Brien's take on Kissinger is correct.

A near certainty for those comprising the top echelon is that they will not be in the public limelight. The limelight is for disposable people. The other top lieutenant at an equal rank with Kissinger would be Murdoch.

The top tier as such would be Rothschilds, Warburgs, Schiffs, etc. All bankers.

Anonymous said...

In summary, we are "ruled by slaves".

Now, who or what controls the Rothschilds and all the other disgusting creatures at that level? Is there any reason to plausibly think that these people are the highest level of the control pyramid?

I vaguely remember that last year or so somebody from England posted a video to Youtube from an episode where he went to harass one Rothschild somewhere in the English province. The Rotshchild guy made to me the impression of a not exceedingly bright mafia godfather tending to his garden, a rather bland and characterless person, not somebody I'd suspect of being a leader, but rather a follower.

Again, who or what is above that hierarchy level?

NP said...

"Again, who or what is above that hierarchy level?"
I think is not from this world, but is the lord of it

the truth hurts said...

Everyone should read the link here to Noor al Haqiqa's site re the European Superstate and what that says about "our" leaders (I prefer term 'false masters') in the Western world.

I listen to phone in radio shows a lot and not one person on these programmes seemingly ever has a good thing to say about their government, and why would they of course. To a man, most presenters of such shows ask their callers what they are going to do about it but the only answers are rhetorical drivel, but then words are just that. Street violence even under organised by mass presence is (as this blog reminds us) infiltrated by self interest groups of whatever motivation and is therefore rather ineffective to achieve a goal.
And lack of effective protest suits these false masters very well.
My hope is that in the end the servitude we offer through the conduct of our daily lives, servitude that western leaders depend on to thrive will be withdrawn by us all. I'm going to start with my own small protest of refusing to pay tax any more, I'll probably go to jail but somehow I suspect my voice might then get heard.

Raimo said...

I am from Finland. I have read many things from internet sites only, of which TV and newspapers don't tell. Actually censorship in the mainstream media makes my country a dictatorship, ruled by the political and economic elite.

Finland is a corrupt country. Nobody can have a public post without being a member of a political party. In Finland all high-ranking officials, who earn 5000 euros a month or more, are members of political parties.

No one can criticize the elite in the mainstream media. Any one who criticizes leading politicians, will lose his or her job.

Finland as well as neighboring Sweden and Norway are dictatorship countries.

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