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"Who knoweth himself, knoweth all things in himself."
-The Chaldæan Oracles of Zoroaster, translated by W. Wynn Westcott


things known and things unknown

Donald Rumsfeld Unknown Unknowns !

Errol Morris on Donald Rumsfeld:
'One of the strangest interviews I've ever done'


Reports that say something hasn't happened are always interesting to me,

because as we know, there are known knowns;
there are things we know we know.

We also know there are known unknowns;
that is to say, we know there are some things we do not know.

But there are also unknown unknowns,
the ones we don't know we don't know.


this short speech of unknown unknowns made
by Donald Henry Rumsfeld is a excellent example of psycholinguist programming



replace fear of the unknown with curiosity



the long struggle

Our nation is engaged in what promises to be a long struggle in the global war on terror.

In this war the most critical battles may not be in the mountains of Afghanistan - or the streets of Iraq but in newsrooms in New York, London, Cairo and elsewhere.

Our enemies have skillfully adapted to fighting wars in today's media age (propaganda), but for the most part we - our government, the media or our society in general have not.

Our government is only beginning to adapt its operations for the 21st century.

For the most part, our government still functions as a five-and-dime store in an EBay world.

The growing number of media outlets in many parts of the world still have relatively immature standards and practices that too often serve to inflame and distort rather than to explain and inform.

al-Qa`ida and other extremist movements have utilized these forums for many years, successfully adding more poison to the Muslim public's view of the West, but we have barely even begun to compete in reaching their audiences.

Let there be no doubt that the longer it takes to put a strategic communications framework (propaganda) into place, the more we can be certain that the vacuum will be filled by the enemy and by hostile news sources who most assuredly will not paint an accurate picture of what is actually taking place.

We have become somewhat more adept in these areas, but progress is slow.

In Iraq, for example, the United States military command, working closely with the Iraqi government and the United States Embassy, has sought nontraditional means to provide accurate information to the Iraqi people in the face of an aggressive campaign of disinformation (propaganda).

Yet this has been portrayed as inappropriate: for example, the allegations of "buying news."

The resulting explosion of critical media stories then causes all activity, all initiative, to stop.

Improving our efforts will likely mean embraing new institutions to engage people around the world.

During the Cold War, institutions such as the United States Information Agency and Radio Free Europe proved to be valuable (propaganda) instruments for the United States.

We need to consider the possibility of new organizations and programs that can serve a similarly valuable role in the war on terror.

Although the enemy is increasingly skillful at manipulating the media and using the tools of communications to its advantage, it should be noted that we have an advantage as well. And that is, quite simply, that truth is on our side. Ultimately, the truth wins out.

I believe with every bone in my body that free people, exposed to sufficient information, will, over time, find their way to the right decision.

We are fighting a battle in which the survival of our free way of life is at stake. (Monsters surround us!)

It is a test of wills (propaganda), and it will be won or lost with our public and the publics of free nations around the world.

We need to do all we can to correct the lies being told, shatter the appeal of the enemy and attract supporters to our noble and necessary efforts to defeat violent extremism around the globe. (With Smart Weapons!)

- Donald Henry Rumsfeld (BB /CFR)


Donald Rumsfeld Owned


Prevarication, Prevarication
Is makin' me late
Is keepin' me waitin'
And tomorrow we might not be together
I'm no prophet and I don't know nature's ways
So I'll try and see into your eyes right now


"It's the respect for the individual to make the right decision which I believe is at the root of communications." - Chris Komisarjevsky, retired CEO of public relations giant Burson-Marsteller, previously held leadership position at Hill & Knowlton
(What is Chris Komisarjevsky, a communications expert, really saying? Is he saying that as long as an individual
makes a decision that is in line with what he considers to be correct communication has occurred?)

"Bigger and better spin control will not convince increasingly skeptical Americans or long incredulous citizens of the world that the war in Iraq is a vital "battle in which the survival of our free way of life is at stake," as Donald H. Rumsfeld continues to insist. Free people all over the Earth have already been exposed to sufficient information to find their way to the truth: Donald H. Rumsfeld's arrogance, disregard for life, duplicity and incompetence helped pave the way to unnecessary war. Bigger and better spin control will not change this fact nor the minds of the Earth's free-thinking citizens."- Paul Nichols

"I found Donald H. Rumsfeld's article frightening to say the least. Donald H. Rumsfeld is basically calling for everyone to get in line and support the George W. Bush administration's agenda, which is based on lies, while stating, "ultimately, the truth wins out." This is exactly why we need a free, unbiased media and an educated citizenry. One can't help but think that Nazi propagandist Joseph Goebbels is applauding Donald H. Rumsfeld's piece from the grave." - Chris Wolfe

"On the eve of the invasion, as it began to dawn on a few U.S. officials that the price for rebuilding Iraq would be vastly greater than they had been told, the degree of miscalculation was illustrated in an encounter between Donald Rumsfeld, then the defense secretary, and Jay Garner, the retired lieutenant general who had hastily been named the chief of what would be a short-lived civilian authority called the Office of Reconstruction and Humanitarian Assistance. Garner presented Rumsfeld with several alternative rebuilding plans, including one that would include projects across Iraq.

"What do you think that'll cost?" Rumsfeld asked of the more expansive plan.

"I think it's going to cost billions of dollars," Garner said.

"My friend," Rumsfeld replied, "if you think we're going to spend a billion dollars of our money over there, you are sadly mistaken."

Before that year was out, the United States had appropriated more than $20 billion for the reconstruction.

The secondary effects of the invasion and its aftermath were among the most important factors that radically changed the outlook. Tables in the history show that measures of things like the production of electricity and oil; public access to potable water, mobile and landline telephone service; and the presence of Iraqi security forces all plummeted at least 70 percent, and in some cases all the way to zero, in the weeks after the invasion. Subsequent tables in the history give a fast-forward view of what happened as the avalanche of money tumbled into Iraq over the next five years. By the time a sovereign Iraqi government took over from the Americans in June 2004, none of those services - with a single exception, mobile phones - had returned to prewar levels. And by the time of the security improvements in 2007 and 2008, electricity output had, at best, a precarious 10 percent lead on its levels under Saddam Hussein; oil production was still below prewar levels; and access to potable water had increased about 30 percent, although with the nation's ruined piping system it was unclear how much actually reached people's homes uncontaminated." - James Glanz and T. Christian Miller


In 2006 Donald Rumsfeld helped his buddies in the oil business by using a Pentagon study to hold up construction of wind farms in the Midwest.

Donald Rumsfeld claimed that wind farms in the Midwest would make it impossible for military radar to work correctly.

"The end result is the wind industry is being crippled." - Kristen Henry, Sierra Club attorney

"I've worked with Donald Rumsfeld three times in my life. I've been to each of his houses, in Chicago, Taos, Santa Fe, Santo Domingo, and Las Vegas. I'm very, very fond of him, but I'm crushed by his performance. Donald Rumsfeld certainly fooled me."- Kenneth Adelman

Donald Rumsfeld greets Saddam Hussein
Saddam Hussein meet Donald Rumsfeld!

Donald Henry Rumsfeld biography or how to get rich and famous too!

Donald Henry Rumsfeld graduated Princeton University on academic and NROTC partial scholarships. He graduated in 1954 with an A.B. in Political Science..

Donald Henry Rumsfeld was in the United States Navy from 1954 to 1957 as an aviator and flight instructor.

Donald Rumsfeld was elected to the House of Representatives for the 13th Congressional District in Illinois in 1962, at the age of 30, and served until 1969.

Donald Rumsfeld resigned from Congress in 1969 to serve in the Richard Nixon administration as director of the Office of Economic Opportunity, Assistant to the President, and a member of the President's Cabinet (1969-1970); named Counselor to the President in December of 1970, director of the Economic Stabilization Program; and member of the President's Cabinet (1971-1972).

In February of 1973, Donald Rumsfeld left Washington to serve as United States Ambassador to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) in Brussels, Belgium. Donald Rumsfeld was White House Chief of Staff (1974-1975); and the Secretary of Defense (1975-1977) for Gerald Ford.



aspartame


From 1977 to 1985 Donald Rumsfeld served as chief executive officer, president, and then chairman of G.D. Searle & Company. Under Donald Rumsfeld Searle got the FDA approval for the controversial artificial sweetener, aspartame, which it marketed as NutraSweet. Donald Rumsfeld is believed to have earned around $12 million from Searle's sale to Monsanto.

{ I will explain why ASPARTAME is so dangerous: When the temperature of this sweetener exceeds 86 degrees F, the wood alcohol in ASPARTAME converts to formaldehyde and then to formic acid, which in turn causes metabolic acidosis. Formic acid is the poison found in the sting of fire ants. The methanol toxicity mimics, among other conditions, multiple sclerosis and systemic lupus. Many people were being diagnosed in error. Although multiple sclerosis is not a death sentence, Methanol toxicity is! Systemic lupus has become almost as rampant as multiple sclerosis, especially with Diet Coke and Diet Pepsi drinkers. The victim usually does not know that the ASPARTAME is the culprit. He or she continues it's use; irritating the lupus to such a degree that it may become a life-threatening condition. We have seen patients with systemic lupus become asymptotic, once taken off diet sodas. In cases of those diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, most of the symptoms disappear. We've seen many cases where vision loss returned and hearing loss improved markedly. This also applies to cases of tinnitus and fibromyalgia. During a lecture, I said, 'If you are using ASPARTAME (Nutra Sweet, Equal, Spoonful, etc) and you suffer from fibromyalgia symptoms, spasms, shooting, pains, numbness in your legs, Cramps, Vertigo, Dizziness, Headaches, Tinnitus, Joint pain, Unexplainable depression, anxiety attacks, slurred speech, blurred vision, or memory loss you probably have ASPARTAME poisoning!' - Rhonda Gessner }

During Ronald Reagan's presidency Donald Rumsfeld served as a member of the President's General Advisory Committee on Arms Control (1982 -1986); was special envoy on the Law of the Sea Treaty (1982 - 1983); was senior advisor to Panel on Strategic Systems (1983 - 1984); was a member of the United States Joint Advisory Commission on United States/Japan Relations (1983 - 1984); was special envoy to the Middle East (1983 - 1984) (Donald Rumsfeld was the main conduit for crucial American military intelligence, hardware and strategic advice to Saddam Hussein, then fighting Iran in the Iran-Iraq war).

Later Donald Rumsfeld was a member of the National Commission on the Public Service (1987 - 1990); a member of the National Economic Commission (1988 - 1989); a member of the Board of Visitors of the National Defense University (1988 - 1992); was a member of the Commission on United States/Japan Relations (1989 - 1991); was on the FCC's High Definition Television Advisory Committee (1992 - 1993); was Chairman of the Commission on the Ballistic Missile Threat to the United States (1998 - 1999); was a member of the United States Trade Deficit Review Commission (1999 - 2000); a member of the Council on Foreign Relations; was chairman of the United States Commission to Assess National Security Space Management and Organization (2000).

Donald Rumsfeld was also the CEO of General Instrument (1990-1993), a telecommunications parts supplier that was eventually bought out by Motorola. Prior to joining George W. Bush's cabinet, Donald Rumsfeld served on the boards of several companies: Gilead Sciences, a fledgling biotech company (developer of Tamiflu (Oseltamivir) which is used in the treatment of bird flu); newspaper giant Tribune Company, which owns the Chicago Tribune and Los Angeles Times; Chairman Emeritus Carlyle Group; Amylin Pharmaceuticals; Swiss firm Asea Brown Boveri (1990-2001) (in 2000 Asea Brown Boveri sold two light water nuclear reactors for installation in North Korea); and Fortune 500 behemoths Kellogg, Sears and Allstate. As a director for Gulfstream Aerospace, Donald Rumsfeld stock in the company reportedly was valued at $11 million when the company was acquired by defense contractor General Dynamics in 1999. (see revolving door)

In 2007 FDA advisors suggested that Tamiflu should carry a revised warning adequately explaining the delirium, hallucinations and psychotic behavior experienced by hundreds of patients taking Tamiflu in America and Japan. The erratic behavior was more severe in children. (dosage?)

{The federal government procured $1 billion worth of Tamiflu from Gilead Sciences to "protect" the country in the case of a bird flu pandemic - enough for one third of the population. From 1997 over a ten year period there was 349 reported cases of bird flu (H5N1) and at least 216 deaths. The death rate of the human population from bird flu is approximately 1 out of 27,800,000. Tamiflu costs $100 for a recommended 5 day prescription. Tamiflu, now the Roche Holding AG drug for influenza, could not fight most infections diagnosed in the American flu season of 2008. More than half of the flu viruses analyzed were of the H1N1 strain. Virtually all the H1N1 viruses the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention tested, 72 of 73, were Tamiflu-resistant according to Joseph Bresee, chief of influenza epidemiology and prevention.}

Donald Rumsfeld belongs to the Center for Security Policy,(longtime associate; winner of the CSP's 1998 "Keeper of the Flame" award ); Hoover Institution (member, board of trustees); Freedom House (board member); RAND Corporation (board member); Committee for the Free World (former chairman); Bohemian Club (member)

Donald Rumsfeld was a founder and active member of the Project for the New American Century.
Donald H. Rumsfeld's net worth in 2005 was between $57,089,104 and $174,672,011.


As Secretary of Defense to George W. Bush, Donald Rumsfeld implemented the Rumsfeld Doctrine which seeks to increase force readiness and decrease the amount of supply required to maintain forces, by reducing the number in a theater. This is done mainly by using LAVs (Light Armoured Vehicles) to scout for enemies who are then destroyed via airstrikes. Afghanistan and the Iraq wars are considered the two closest implementations of the Rumsfeld Doctrine.


Rumsfeld authorized the mistreatment of detainees at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq, authorized the army to break the Geneva Conventions by not registering all prisoners and authorized civilian contractors to use techniques such as sleep deprivation during interrogation in memos and letters according to former United States Army Brigadier General Janis Karpinski .

"The methods consisted of making prisoners stand for long periods, sleep deprivation ... playing music at full volume, having to sit in uncomfortably ... Rumsfeld authorized these specific techniques. The handwritten signature was above Rumsfeld's printed name and in the same handwriting in the margin was written: "Make sure this is accomplished" - former United States Army Brigadier General Janis Karpinski

Former United States Army Brigadier General Janis Karpinski said in November 2006 she was ready to testify against Rumsfeld if a suit filed by civil rights groups in Germany over Abu Ghraib led to a full investigation.

In a memo titled "Illustrative New Courses of Action" issued November 6, 2006 Donald Henry Rumsfeld suggested that one way to solve the Iraq problem is by paying off key political and religious leaders so they would be more compliant with American occupying forces.

!!!12 billion dollars would make me more compliant!!!




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