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September 16, 2015

'Truly Frightening' New Obama Executive Order Will Help Government 'Master The Human Domain' - Orders Federal Agencies To Begin Behavioral Experiments Upon Americans aka 'Human Guinea Pigs'


By Stefan Stanford - All News Pipeline - Live Free Or Die

Executive order based on research done by Cass Sunstein who wrote the book 'Conspiracy Theories and Other Dangerous Ideas'.

Once again, Barack Obama has signed an executive order and as shared by World Net Daily, 'welcome to President Obama's brave new world'. Telling us that this new executive order will mainly be used to 'manipulate the American people to the government's will', this order is broken down in the 1st video below from Gabor Zolna called 'Obama's Latest Executive Order Is Truly Frightening!'

We look at this new order in these new stories on Breitbart and the Daily Caller, which orders federal agencies to begin 'behavioral experiments' upon Americans. While the White House fact sheet on this order argues that these behavioral experiments will be used to make lives better for Americans in many different ways, we only need to dig deeper to see that it is truly Orwellian. We also learn that research done by former Obama 'office of information and regulatory czar' Cass Sunstein was highly involved in the creation of this executive order. As one ANP reader recently asked, why is an executive order like this REALLY needed at this time? From Breitbart.:

The order instructs government agencies to use “behavioral science”— a tactic used by Obama’s political campaigns to harness data from their supporters to target them effectively.

The program has already existed in an experimental form, but now Obama has formally established the federal “Social and Behavioral Sciences Team,” ordering them to to use psychology and experimental behavior data to make government more user-friendly.

According to reports, behavioral science was used to advise the campaign to focus on Obama’s Christianity instead of trying to deny the notion that he was a Muslim. Other tactics included encouraging supporters to act for the campaign in small ways before asking them to commit to bigger goals.

A study released today by the president’s office of National Science and Technology reveals that behavioral science has already helped government agencies target individuals.


We find it quite interesting that this EO was signed by Obama on September 15th, the same day as the alleged 'end' of Jade Helm 15 and its' stated goal of 'mastering the human domain'. This new order, called 'Using Science Insights to Better Serve the American People,' at first sounds like it might be a benevolent endeavor until we look more closely to find out what secrets it hides. From the Daily Caller.:

The initiative draws on research from University of Chicago economist Richard Thaler and Harvard law school professor Cass Sunstein, who was also dubbed Obama’s regulatory czar. The two behavioral scientists argued in their 2008 book “Nudge” that government policies can be designed in a way that “nudges” citizens towards certain behaviors and choices.

The desired choices almost always advance the goals of the federal government, though they are often couched as ways to cut overall program spending.

“I am very skeptical of a team promoting nudge policies,” Michael Thomas, an economist at Utah State University, told Fox News in 2013.

“Ultimately, nudging…assumes a small group of people in government know better about choices than the individuals making them.”


Further disturbing is history; back on February 17th, 2013, the New York Times told us about the Obama administration's 'science project' of launching a 10-year long scientific effort to map the human brain. Back on June 28th, 2014, the Telegraph told us about a top-secret Facebook psychology experiment conducted upon its' users to find out how they respond to positive and negative emotions - WITHOUT telling the participants. 

Over 600,000 Facebook users have taken part in a psychological experiment organized by the social media company, without their knowledge.

Facebook altered the tone of the users' news feed to highlight either positive or negative posts from their friends, which were seen on their news feed.

They then monitored the users' response, to see whether their friends' attitude had an impact on their own.

"The results show emotional contagion," wrote a team of Facebook scientists, in a paper published by the PNAS journal - Proceedings of the National Academy of Scientists of the United States.

"When positive expressions were reduced, people produced fewer positive posts and more negative posts; when negative expressions were reduced, the opposite pattern occurred. These results indicate that emotions expressed by others on Facebook influence our own emotions, constituting experimental evidence for massive-scale contagion via social networks."


YouTube videographer Bob A breaks all of this down for us in the 2nd video below, including telling us this new initiative draws upon research from Chicago economist Richard Thaler and Harvard law school professor Cass Sunstein. Sunstein is better known by alternative news afficionados as the man who wrote the book 'Conspiracy Theories And Other Dangerous Ideas' in which he argues that the best response to 'conspiracy theories' is the 'cognitive infiltration of extremist groups' as shared by the Social Science Research Network' (SSRN) (whose logo looks suspiciously like a devil tail!) as seen above and below. Our videographer also discusses a video from Mark Passio called 'Satanism & Message To Police & Army', which we have embedded as the 3rd video below.



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