Darrell Y. Hamamoto, PhD is a world-recognized authority on media and popular culture. He has published books on US television and cultural criticism during a career that concluded with over twenty years of tenured service with the University of California, Davis. Professor Hamamoto has been the recipient of a Rockefeller research fellowship at UCLA, Fulbright teaching award at the University of Hiroshima, Japan, and served as resident scholar at University of Ryuukyuus in Okinawa, Japan. His book SERVITORS OF EMPIRE (2014) has forced a provocative rethinking of Asian American history and politics that led to his forced retirement from the University of California. Professor Hamamoto is completing a monograph for students on new world order theory while he maintains a high profile beyond the corporatist media oligopoly. Chief among his amateur pursuits is recording pop experimentalist music in a studio equipped with an extensive array of pedal effects that free the mind from dig.
Ann Delap is a Food Service Consultant specializing in the design of schools, restaurants and corporate facilities. She was born and raised in East TN to school teacher parents and currently resides in Knoxville. She graduated from Auburn University in 1973 with a degree in interior design. She operated an old and rare bookshop with her late husband, Jim Delap, from 1985 – 1998. Most of her working career was spent as Sr. Project Manager for a food service equipment dealer and, prior to that, project designer for an architectural firm.
Justin Deschamps has been a truth seeker all his life. He studies physics, psychology, law, philosophy, and spirituality, working to weave these seemingly separate bodies of information into a holistic tapestry of ever expanding knowledge. Justin is a student of all and a teacher to some.
The goal of his work is to help himself and others become better truth-seekers, and in doing so, form a community of holistically minded individuals capable of creating world healing projects for the benefit of all life—what has been called The Great Work.
Min. Dr. Randy Lancaster-Short, M.Div. is a Washington, D.C. native and a scholar, historian, human rights defender, social commentator, anti-eugenics advocate, free-lance journalist, writer, and social action/social justice missionary affiliated with the African Orthodox Church. An informed and excellent researcher and speaker, Short is regularly featured on FM/AM/blog radio programs nationally. Since 2011, Short has been a featured commentator on RT, Radio One, Mississippi Super Talk, Roland Martin, WJLA-New Channel 8, Belarus National News, INFOWARS, DC Cablevision, and the Pacifica Radio network.
Dr. White serves as a Washington DC aide de camp to Reverend William “Bill” Owens, President of the Coalition of African American Pastors, 7,000 in number.
Phi Beta Iota: The upside is that it has buried the Khashoggi story. It has also buried the Caravan story, which may have been part of the Democratic intent.
Surely you see it now America! The Great Awakening is arriving at an ever accelerating pace and the Deep-State and their allies in the Mockingbird Media are powerless to stop it [See Issues #002, #005, and #009 for more on Operation Mockingbird and the Great Awakening – OSI:DI.] We have reached the critical mass moment on all fronts. We have reached the Event Horizon.
Phi Beta Iota: The Awan brothers appear to have worked for the Mossad by arrangement with Debbie Wasserman Schultz (which would make her an agent of a foreign power committing treason if proven in a court of law), but other than that, the summary John Hughes provides is well worth reading in full.
Implications of the triple helix and the 3-fold triskelion as “cognitive cyclones”?
Achieving perspective on a vortex through triadic framing
Contrasting the implications of “triple helix” — cognitive and otherwise
Systemic closure: fourth helix — and beyond?
Relevance of any helical model to global governance?
Reconciling triskelion and triple helix: a topological transformation with psychosocial implications?
Attribution of significance: considering meaningful pattern mapping