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Jim Lee Breaks Down FUD (Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt), Mind Control and Fukushima.

how-tv-works-Jim LeeBy Mitch Santell, producer - The Hagmann & Hagmann Report

23 August 2013: Tonight on The Hagmann and Hagmann Report we have a very special guest, Jim Lee. Mr. Lee is considered to be a “Researcher’s” Researcher. This may be the show you have been waiting for your whole life so please turn off your T.V. also known as TELL-LIE-VISION. Topics covered will include FUD, Mind Control and Fukushima. To learn more about how “Fear is the path to the dark side” and insights into why we have come this far, click: here.

Is This Real Or Just A Television Show?

wag-the-dog-long-tail  Written by Mitch Santell
  Producer, The Hagmann and Hagmann Report.

 Hollywood through the big banks and the global elite like to show us through entertainment what is going to happen next. If you want to see what is really going on, I’ve  placed a number of Hollywood Movies from the past that are all happening in some form right now.  Many times you may hear some person ask you: “Does Life Imitate Art or Does Art Imitate Life?” Have you ever wondered if the things happening now may have happened before? Do you feel like you have seen this before? Answer: You have in major Hollywood films. Read the rest: here.

 

NY D.A. Source: Crime stats skewed on behalf of Muslims

* “Hate crimes” against Muslims skewed upward - many religiously motivated crimes against Jews go unrecorded.

* Cites pressure from Muslim advocacy groups

By Douglas J. Hagmann, Director

25 March 2008: A source inside the Manhattan District Attorney’s office admitted to me during a telephone conversation yesterday that “hate crimes,” specifically those occurring against Jews, are frequently omitted from such classification. Meanwhile, acts that victimize Muslims, regardless of their motivation, are usually reported as “hate crimes.” Consequently, crimes against Jews and other religions fail to garner the same media focus as crimes against Muslims and skew the figures used to track criminal motives. Although this is not a new phenomenon, it has recently been accentuated by the incident that took place on a New York subway last week.

At about 6:20 last Tuesday, March 18, 2008, 25 year-old Uria Ohana, a rabbinical assistant, was assaulted by three Muslim men inside the subway station at Fourth Avenue and Ninth Street in Park Slope. As Ohana proceeded through the turnstile, 18 year-old Ali Hussein grabbed Uria Ohana’s yarmulke from his head; Ohana gave chase, and was assaulted by Hussein’s accomplices who were shouting “Alla hu Akbar” - Arabic for “God is great.” The chase ended when Hussein was struck by a vehicle as he ran onto Fourth Avenue. Hussein’s friends abandoned him at the scene, fleeing in a late model GMC Suburban.

The incident received very little media attention, and the motive was not initially recorded as a bias or “hate crime.” This happens frequently,” admitted this source, adding that the pressure from Muslim special interest groups is much greater than from other similar organizations. “It seems that there is a far greater propensity for law enforcement to recognize and classify crimes against Muslims as motivated by religious bias, and there more pressure from watch dog groups to insure that crimes against Muslims are immediately classified as having their origins in religious bias. What it does is that it skews the actual numbers,” added this source.

He also stated that since 9/11, law enforcement officials have acquiesced to the pressure and demands by Islamic special interest groups to treat most crimes against Muslims as “religiously motivated,” even in the absence of any proof. Acts such as graffiti randomly sprayed on a mosque, for example, is classified as a “hate crime.” It does not matter that the mosque might be one of several buildings in a specific area that has been tagged or sprayed by vandals. “We are compelled to classify such acts as having a religiously motivated bias, despite evidence that would indicate otherwise. Ordinarily, people would not think it is such a big deal. But when you have many such incidents, it obviously has a significant impact on criminal statistics. It definitely skews them.”