Dearest CynthIA

I trust you’re having fun with the layer of leg skin. All I ask is that when you plant it at a crime scene that it’s at least somehow poetic. Laughs are difficult to find these days now that your crazy-ass sisters have backed off. Truly inhad thought we might end things amicably after I aided you (and rightly so) with your turf war. But this just proves you’re no more trustworthy. I guess the apples don’t fall far from the tree.

After all, Daddy was having breakfast away from home on the September morning as well. It wasn’t just Momma fooling around with the used car salesman.

So, here we are now, just the two of us and you’ve made your intentions clear. But I won’t finish it for you, so you’d best get more creative. I mean, who did you think you were f***ing with? Ball up, Cynthia sweetie, because there will be a very thorough and extensive public review of your behavior as well. You asked for it, you got it.

I know, I know, if anyone should be slipping LSD, etc. to innocent Americans, it should be you. Not fair that DODdie is the only one making homegrown terrorism.

Liddy In the Sky


Some may recall that G. Gordon Liddy and other conspirators planned to place LSD on the steeringwheel of reporter Jack Anderson (to make his car crash) or that of a congressman to make him behave strangely at a public event.

Instead, they got into a bit of trouble over illegal bugging/wiretapping (once considered a crime, now apparently a minor infraction if caught).

As an alkaloid derivative, LSD can cause permanent problems. It’s been used to ruin many a life, sometimes even to end them. The results of its use in the 40s, 50s and 60s on those unsuspecting had wide, varied and unpredictable results. Sidney Gottlieb himself said the drug was not suitable for recreational use.

Recently, scientists managed to emulate schizophrenia in a neural network. In essence and layman’s terms, the ability to recall “too many” memories and the inability to “let go” of a particular piece of input caused the computer to behave erratically. LSD (and other alkaloid derivatives) can cause that in human beings.

(Interesting side note, hair loss can apparently be associated with longterm exposure to the drug, but I have yet to find the scientific info behind that, merely the anecdotal evidence suggested by those who follow the subject closely).

That we are now embroiled in a political cold war in this country, where, for some reason, operatives of both major parties enjoy some sort of immunity from prosecution, is a testament to just how lost this country has become, how broken its system is, and how thorny and difficult it must be to even try to straighten it out a little. In a country where Wall Street big shots can purchase a change in their primary adversary’s personality, resulting in a career-ending scandal, is proof positive that things have gone too far for a simple fix.

Speaking of which, I mentioned elsewhere on this blog a WMD expert who refuted point-by-point the claims about Iraq’s program (or lack of one). I hear he was caught in a pedophile sting. Really, what are the odds?

I suppose some on the Left think they can “win” by ayib tit-for-tat. Besides the pragmatic issue of being horribly outspent, there’s the only real advantage they (sometimes) have over the “know-nothings” on the Right: truth. To surrender that is to become the other side. (And sometimes that is exactly what it looks like).

Prick {Updated}

DDC Civil Case, Action No. 80-3163, Orlikow, et al. v. United States. In deposition of John W. Gittinger, Dr. Robert S. Goodenow was said to be a paid consultant. Appears that he may have worked with John Mulholland to create a pin-prick device to induce diseases covertly, which means possibly under MKULTRA subprojects 4 and/or 15:

Mulholland's Manual - CIA Manual of Trickery and Deception

Mulholland’s Manual – CIA Manual of Trickery and Deception




Starting to sound like some of this stuff was from publicly available sources (homemade lasers, Cold War drugs, and sixty-year-old spyshop toys), which expands the list of suspects, or at least is designed to look that way.

Tetrahydocannabinol acetate

Cigarette inhalation was considered the best delivery system for this drug in the early 40s.

“With some reservations, the effect of tetrahydocannabinol acetate met be said to resemble that of alcohol. Small amounts produce relaxation and a feeling of well-being. Moderate amounts produce elation, loquacity, euphoria, and irresponsible behavior. Large amounts produce stupor and lethargy.”
—George Hunter White

When tested by OSS in one voluntary experiment, subjects were told it was for a cure for “shell shock.” Probably does help while they’re still under its effects. Call that a guess.

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