Friday, March 23, 2018

Liam O Hare - SCL – a Very British Coup

Some people say that the Deep State doesn't exist, but read this, it is more extensive than most people have previously. It involves militarily-industrial complex, top people in the military, much of the Tory party, members of the Royal Family, bankers and just about everyone else crooked in the British establishment. It's tentacles go out to the European and US deep states, a cesspit of corruption, espionage, and murder.

The disclosure of Cambridge Analytica has exposed much more than previously thought. Read on and be shocked.

With Charles Ortel saying he is close to nailing the Clintons over the Clinton foundation scam, could the wheels be falling off the neoliberal, neoconservative bandwagon. Well, I'm always hoping. KV

Liam O Hare

However, Cambridge Analytica is a mere offshoot of Strategic Communication Laboratories (SCL Group) – an organisation with its roots deeply embedded within the British political, military and royal establishment.
Indeed, as the Observer article which broke the scandal said “For all intents and purposes, SCL/Cambridge Analytica are one and the same.”
Like Cambridge Analytica, SCL group is behavioral research and strategic communication company.
In 2005, SCL went public with a glitzy exhibit at the DSEI conference, the UK’s largest showcase for military technology.
It’s ‘hard sell’ was a demonstration of how the UK government could use a sophisticated media campaign of mass deception to fool the British people into the thinking an accident at a chemical plant had occurred and threatened central London. Genuinely.
Board members include an array of Lords, Tory donors, ex-British army officers and defense contractors. This is scandal that cuts to the heart of the British establishment.
SCL Group says on its website that it provides “data, analytics and strategy to governments and military organizations worldwide.”

The organisation boasts that it has conducted “behavioral change programs” in over 60 countries and its clients have included the British Ministry of Defence, the US State Department and NATO.

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