CHAPTER EIGHT – LAW ENFORCEMENT
This is a large, complicated and sticky topic to try to simplify enough to explain what to do in every situation.
The first thing you need to know is that, once you become aware of what’s been done and being done to you, they will try to get you arrested for something… anything. The reason for this is fourfold (at least).
First, once they have you in a controlled environment, they can do things that they might not be able to do on the outside to escape attention.
Second, as a convicted felon, your ability to convince people and garner sympathy from them that you’ve been a victim of human experimentation drops dramatically. You’ve lost law enforcement completely and that of many potential advocates in your case on the outside. In essence, they have diminished your effectiveness as a witness.
Third, they’ve got you bottled up and can control and limit your communication with the outside world to prevent exposure of their tortuous and murderous deeds. You wouldn’t be reading this if the author had fallen into any of the many, many traps that could have gotten him arrested and convicted.
Finally, they can kill you at their leisure should they decide it’s in their best interests to do so. You’ll be shivved, strangled, beaten to death or they will fake a suicide for you. That’s how it’s done. They don’t even have to bribe a fellow inmate to do the dirty deed, just hammer him with the microwave auditory effect (as described elsewhere in this book), make his or her life unpleasant, and convince them that you are somehow to blame for that or just throw you in the inmate’s path during his or her rampage. It can be done and easily at that.
So, the bottom line is don’t break the law and be reasonably aware of potential traps that could make it seem that you’ve broken the law even when you haven’t. You have to predict and as much as you can, think clearly. Remaining calm, cool and collected are key here. You (probably) haven’t done anything wrong and definitely did nothing to deserve the treatment you’re getting from the psychos responsible. Even if you have made mistakes in the past, well, if you’re religious then you may already think everyone’s a sinner so, again, forgive yourself and don’t allow these murderous maniacs to use that to their advantage.
With the reasons for avoiding jail and prison out of the way (and note that such a move has multiple goals. That’s how this “game” is played) let’s talk about why you won’t be believed but you should report at least some of what’s happened to you anyway.
First, all of us are programmed to think these things don’t happen. It’s unthinkable. This is the United States of America and we don’t do that.
All of that is on some level true to some degree. This is not something a lot of people can or would engage nor approve of if they knew it was happening. However, as I reiterate time and time again, there are radicals who absolutely will and sociopaths who absolutely can.
I once visited Dachau. That’s the Nazi concentration camp in Southern Germany. As you walk toward the museum, you cross a great expanse of white gravel. Once inside, they tell you what the gravel is made of: human bone.
It’s nearly impossible for most of us to wrap our heads around that. In order for most people to go along with something like that (many did) required the most extreme peer pressure and repeated lies perhaps ever seen by mankind. They had to create a herd mentality and maintain it. If anyone stepped out of line, they would get publicly and severely punished (or even more chilling, simply disappear). This was psychological manipulation on a mass scale.
It is an often unfortunate fact that most human beings are what is known as authoritarians. That means that very often it isn’t so much what a leader says but how they say it that determines whether or not they will support such a leader. This makes us vulnerable as a society to modern day sociopaths, to neofascists.
It is only by questioning, by looking at what leaders actually do as opposed to what they say, that you can make an informed decision. And you can only know what it is they actually do if there is some level of transparency. Governing by secrecy and lies is dangerous.
All of that is to try to explain why it is you most likely won’t be believed if and when you report any of the strange activity to law enforcement. We are all taught that people who suggest the government (and therefore, by extension, it’s private subcontractors) are harassing or experimenting on them are insane. This despite many examples of exactly that occurring.
For example, many people are aware and realize that the Tuskegee airmen were mistreated. A common myth is that they were given syphilis. What happened according to the record is just as bad but it’s always best to get the facts as close as you can. These men went to their doctors and were told they were being treated for their maladies but weren’t so that the doctors could track the progression of the disease. So much for the hypocratic oath.
There are dozens and dozens of other similar stories. Inmates, orphans, the troops, people in drug studies, etc. all trusting those charged with their care but betrayed.
We don’t like to think about the dark portions of our own history. Slavery and passing diseased blankets to Native Americans (part of our own genocidal history) are two such topics. Because the mainstream media rarely covers such topics (again, no single reason for this but a mix of things) most of us think things are messed up but have no idea just how messed up they really are. Cops are no exception.
Additionally, both due to what they have done to you, both the experimentation part and the psychological harassment part (AKA the torture), you are going to have difficulty communicating clearly and calmly with your law enforcement professionals.
Keep in mind also that they deal with particular crimes on an on-going basis and that what you are reporting is in all likelihood outside that experience. There is also the possibility that you have misunderstood what was done or how it was done.
As noted in CHAPTER THREE – “THEM”, there is an entire class of incident that involves perfectly normal people. For example, you may have a neighbor who makes a lot of noise. They could be slipping he or she caffeine in order to deprive them of sleep, resulting in their being loud, obnoxious, and irritiable. So are you. These people are simply trying to pit two innocent people against each other through trickery because it’s probably a training exercise for the younger potential psycho coming up in the ranks, it’s research and testing (which they will pretend is for use in the War on Terror), and because this is great fun for the potential Ted Bundy’s of the world who found a different niche for themselves.
Again, remaining calm and putting up with it as much as you can is important.
But the other point is, you might report your noisy neighbor to the police as someone who’s watching you or attempting to drive you out of your mind. If they are not actual operatives but instead are victims of the exact same technology that you are, you’ve just cried wolf and reduced your effectiveness and believability with the local precinct.
Let’s say the police investigate and find nothing. Now they put you on the crank list. You must avoid that.
At the same time, as noted above, you must report crimes or potential crimes just as you would before you became aware of being a test subject. If you don’t, the investigators may eventually come back to you and consider you an accompice for having knowledge but not having reported it.
See what I mean about it being compacted? Ultimately, the rule is to behave exactly as you did before, only better. If you used to break the speed, limit stop it: they will use that to get you into trouble. I also suggest stopping smoking marijuana unless you need it for medicinal purposes. It again reduces your effectiveness as a witness and is a potential way to get you in prison and whacked.
If you did unknowingly break the law, cover yourself as much as you can. For example, if you find that you spent an evening looking under manhole covers with several strangers, and later discovered that one such cover was along the back, unmarked side of a Federal Reserve Bank, I suggest writing the very same law enforcement division who arranged that trap for you after you realize that those individuals you spent the evening with were informants for the same. They don’t want the negative press and, ultimately, your only hope of getting the experimentation to stop lay with convincing them it’s happening. Remember, the scumbags ultimately responsible have probably convinced law enforcement that you are a criminal (or worse) and that Johnny Law is merely, probably doing his job as he’s been told to do it. It’s not personal to them, don’t let it be to you.
If you do happen to wind up in prison or court, remain calm. Listen to and trust your attorney. You don’t really have a choice. You’re going to have to fight the legal battle on the same playing field that “normal” cases are fought and won. The judge is in all likelihood not going to accept mind control and/or a “conspiracy” as an excuse.
However, do be creative when questioned. Don’t come out and say you saw government agents watching you at some point unless you have some evidence that that is actually the case but instead accurately as you can, describe the “strange people” you saw, their clothing, the vehicle they came and/or departed in, etc. Let them draw their own conclusions for small events like that unless you have enough to show otherwise.
Or you might just calmly write a letter stating that you believe you have been a victim of an MKLULTRA type operation and that you are available to discuss it with investigators at their leisure. Provide all relevant contact information and keep a few copies of the letter on your PC in electronic form, in your email, and in paper form filed away, and a flashdrive or external hard drive either or both of which you keep somewhere else when you’re not at home such as on your person. They can and will try to remove the evidence if they can by many methods (pickpocketing and fire to name two). Don’t let them do that by taking reasonable steps to prevent it.
This is going to be noticed by those responsible, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing. Once they know you’re on to them and are calm enough to tell law enforcement, they will eventually back off some, though likely they will first intensify their harassment first to try to prevent you from doing it again.
Finally, the sad truth. You cannot trust law enforcement.
“What? You told me to!”
True dat. What I mean is, bdsides not being believed, you’ve got two other potential problems. First, they may simply assume that if (for example) the National Security Agency is making your life hellish, that you did something to deserve it or they may understand all too well and know that to get involved will in all likelihood result in career suicide (at best). Second, you might be talking to a corrupt individual. Despite what you may have thought, contrary to popular opinion, and in defiance of the creation of the Department of Homeland Security and the so-called intelligence czar position, there is still mistrust and competition among these agencies. There are at times very good reasons for this.
For example, a drug dealer may also have terrorist links, be forging money, have links to larger crime syndicates, and smuggling alcohol and weapons as well as drugs into the US and war zones. He’s on the radar of DEA, CIA, FBI, ATF, the Secret Service and military intelligence. Some of these folks want him arrested while others want to continue to learn about the network(s) he’s a part of in order to more effectively achieve the agency-in-question’s goals. Naturally, they’re going to want to tend to see that goal fulfilled to the possible detriment of their sister’s goals.
As a result of this, some of these organizations may even have informants inside the other organizations. It’s not unheard of.
So, you might think you’re speaking to, for example, an FBI agent but he might secretly also be working for or with CIA, NSA or INSCOM against the goals of the Bureau. A remote possibility, but one to be aware of. They may simply be trying to prevent embarrassment for their agency, department or bosses or there might be something more nefarious going on.
Being aware of that possibility, you still have to treat him as though it’s not the case. It probably isn’t anyway, just possible. The point here is to try to convey as much about the people torturing you as you can without further compromising yourself.
For example, if they put a dangerous spider in your bed, just tell the agent or officer that. Don’t talk about how you’ve always had nightmares about spiders and you nearly had a heart attack when you felt it crawling on you. They will use that knowledge to further harm you.
(Just so the author is clear: that didn’t happen to him. Merely an example. He did however once pretend to be afraid of spiders. The result was, as is often the case, disturbing, humorous, and further confirmation of psychological harassment. You can sometimes outwit these people; that’s the humorous part. They ain’t all that and a bag of chips! Cynicism and mental illness—even given the cold, calculating mind of a sociopath—don’t always protect them from being conned. In fact, in some ways it makes it easier. As far as being human is concerned, they are incomplete and dysfunctional).
As if all of that weren’t enough, cops have bosses to please, too. These bosses have bosses, too. I don’t think there’s anything in this whole shebang more complicated and difficult to predict than how that washes out. They’re walking the fine line of pleasing the boss and doing what they think is right when those two things don’t always align. They will pick and choose their battles as a result. So should you.
In a similar way to how you must write your representatives despite their potential, implicit or direct involvement (as described in the previous chapter), you must alert law enforcement of these activities if we are ever to have a hope of ending these practices and stopping what is shaping up to be WWIII, Civil War 2 or some combination of two.* Just don’t expect results in either the obvious or immediate categories. If they are taking you seriously or not, they probably won’t let on. Don’t let that depress you, just keep chugging.
Just the facts, ma’am. **
* See how important you are? Other people are depending on you surviving to tell your tale. Lots and lots of other people.
** The author has from time to time violated this rule, sometimes due to an inability to control his outrage and sometimes in favor of injecting some humor. Just do the best you can.