December 30, 2010
Believe me when I say that this is not easy to write. I take no pleasure in being the messenger (even though it might have been more merciful to have found the old addage about messengers at work).
The National Security Agency has been lying to you. I’m now 99.99% certain this is the case.
First, the TIA system, which was defunded several years ago by Congress, was moved to NSA according to James Bamford (see his book, The Shadow Factory, pp.100-104). It is or was until recently still in use. It is without a shadow of a doubt, useless.
Second, please take a look at the following US Patents:
Let me assure you, they are all real and they work (to a lesser or greater extent). The reason they haven’t quite worked on me, turned me into a terrorist or criminal as NSA and it’s corporate henchmen in SAIC and elsewhere wanted to happen? The reason that “threatening” (and even deceptive non-threatening) voices don’t work on me? I’ve been married! (Cue laugh track).
Now, let me explain why it’s not actually funny. These items can be used for any number of things:
Cause a pair of pilots to think they’re landing at an aiport when they are actually a few miles away
Drive several young men who (it seems on the surface) just don’t feel accepted or some other plausible embarassment due to their sexual orientation to suicide
Cause a group of otherwise normal people to believe the most ridiculous of claims regarding who the “anti-Christ” is or that these are the “end times”
Cause a judge to have a heart attack just before a scheduled preliminary examination
Cause a jury or a supreme court to decide a case one way or the other
Cause legislators to change their minds about any number of bills before them
Cause people (me included) to, at times, behave irrationally
Cause people to ignore obvious safety measures to make it seem like it was a setup by the eco-friendly
Cause a young woman to think she’s hearing her dead father’s ghost two decades ago (check the older patents on which some of these are based; 1971 is the earliest I found)
What it cannot do:
Cause someone who loves (still, though I couldn’t tell you why) his country so much, that despite the fact that his former partner will undoubtedly get married to someone else (further reminding him how his own government destroyed his life), still supports gay marriage or same sex unions (however that turns out).
Cause someone who has spent at least the last ten months with these things being used on his cranium to still fight, even though clearly there is not one person willing to stand by him and do the right thing because they’re afraid or just unwilling to accept the truth.
Cause someone who knows he’s been screwed by practically all sixteen intelligence agencies and several of their subcontractors (and taxed for it!), political operatives and corporate special interests due to NSA’s lies and their own financial and political gain to still believe there’s hope despite every indicator that this cannot possibly be the case.
I do have to wonder, though, how could we possibly have so much strife when clearly this stuff could be used to sooth rather than radicalize people? That’s what just doesn’t add up. It’s not as if there’s any money to be made on security—
I humbly remind you, sir, that I turned to you for help around a year ago. Instead of finding help, things only got worse for me.
Destroying someone’s life but leaving them alive? Not merciful. It’s cruel.
I’m not going to make it five years waiting for the system to start working. Maybe not even one. Not like this. Not when they know the heat is on. Not when I’m tortured almost daily. Not when every indication I have is that nothing has been done, not even to solve a laser-begun fire that put into a coma and burned the legs of a sweet young woman recovering from a brain aneurism. Not when the sociopath who tortured another young woman two decades ago with drugs and technology gets to roam free under the guise of “national security,” because of his position, who his dad was or just because he’s such a good liar and manipulator and smarter than law enforcement. Not when a (trust me) kind and caring Canadian has to look over his shoulder because his novels are based on research that these criminals want to keep quiet in order to pretend to maintain order—the real reason being financial gain and power, of course.
You heard it here first: two acroynyms (at least) to add to the Terror Watch List: NSA and SAIC.
If you don’t believe me about the technology, just call SONY and have them set up a demonstration for you. Just listen to “the voices” for ten minutes. Then try to imagine it on and off for hours; for days, weeks, months.
What do I have to do to convince you? It’s real. It’s a problem. These people are heartless and don’t give a whit about the Constitution, American citizens, and security. The less secure we are, the more money they stand to make. (Which was the point about The Wisp graphic novel that—though it was not the beginning of my troubles—didn’t help my situation any and was undoubtedly part of the “proof” they presented in calling me a terrorist or whatever those false reports say).
That’s about as clear and concise as I can make it. Delay means other people pay the price. Failure means they can and will overturn any accomplishments. Is there something I’m missing?
I can’t wait ten years for Congress to get up to speed on technology and for the truth to come out. It took twenty-five years for the Olsons to see justice (such as it was). I’d be 71. Am I supposed to take comfort in the fact that “one day” after I’m gone things will be alright?
Is there some hidden religious piece of wisdom I should consider? When so many who profess to believe sit and do nothing? If that’s not the lesson of religion—to do the right thing even when worldly concerns say otherwise—what is?