Shooter News and More

There’s nothing that a hundred men or more could ever do.

Several items. I’d normally spread these out, but Internet service being limited, gotta post what I can when I can.


One of those things I ignored the last week of March or so was, a few days after the heartbeat issues, was what I assume was a surreptitious dose of insulin. Good thing I had some sugary and carby countermeasures handy before passing out, I suppose. That is what happens when Virginia goes all Von Bulow on ya. Needed to document this before we see it in a headline involving someone else. Might have already happened for all I know.


James Holmes has entered a guilty plea to avoid the death penalty but prosecutors may wait until later to cut a deal.


NYPD has one of their own declared mentally unstable for reporting that recent roundups involved racial profiling, quotas. Bonus: using the LRAD sound weapon.


Jared Lee Loughner was suspected of having been on drugs due to odd behavior the recently released sheriff’s report states. He was tested, article didn’t state the results, but I gather they didn’t find anything. New stuff? Alternative method?

Let’s recall, the trusty 1955 draft MK/Ultra memo again:

1. Substances which will promote illogical thinking and impulsiveness to the point where the recipient would be discredited in public.

5. Materials which will produce the signs and symptoms of recognized diseases in a reversible way so that they may be used for malingering, etc.

6. Materials which will render the induction of hypnosis easier or otherwise enhance its usefulness.

The memo clearly shows interest in being able to do these things to human beings in the past. The current operational program (which I have labeled NK/Intra for reference) may use methods other than substances and materials to achieve these results.

Coupled with subliminals, voice-to-skull, and voice synthesis (used to make the brain-addled target think someone they trust is urging them to a particular course of action):

She also described her son’s disturbing behavior: “Sometimes you’d hear him in his room, like having conversations. And sometimes he would look like he was having a conversation with someone right there, be talking to someone. I don’t know how to explain it. I don’t.”

…you have the capability of creating fabled Manchurian candidate or hypnotized killer without the need for thumbscrews, electrodes-on-testicles, and toothpicks holding open eyelids. And you can make it appear that he simply has schizophrenia once he goes postal. You can induce sleep deprivation remotely and electronically by various means anyway, resulting in hands-free brainwashing. And when it’s over you can swoop in and take him away to cover your tracks under the guise of mental health care, national security, etc. Diabolical and largely foolproof.

(And if you are still of the always-trusting-what-headshrinks-say mentality, perhaps you need to review who Ewan Cameron is {just read the London Sunday Times article at the link} or how CIA and DoD funded university research, hired human behaviorists, etc.).

The goals achieved with these kinds of proxy terror attacks line up with what could be GLADIO conducted on US soil. Spread fear, attack/intimidate a potential opponent of perpetual war, supporter of anything that approaches a new New Deal (you know, like healthcare reform), further funding of an already dangerously out of control security and surveillance industry, and you can in fact understand the “game.” That is, if you can wrap your head around the greed, power-lust, and the blatant disregard for human life, the Constitution and the law in general. And also accept that they are this bold in part because they have these methods to alter the minds of those who might oppose and intimidate or otherwise remove from play those who they can’t seem to do that to. And neuter the federal government (let’s get real, the only entity capable of opposing something like GLADIO) by making it overextend itself like the former Soviet Union did in the 80s.

Again, this stuff is straight out The Bourne Legacy film.


In other news, the Department of Justice suddenly reversed itself on arguing for prison guards being immune from individual prosecution for any illegal activities done at work (the argument is based on the immunity that federal law enforcement officers enjoy under the law to break the law in the course of their work). Kinda weird.


Finally, some recent comments on this blog by a chap from FFCHS and my replies over here.


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