The Future is Now

Or, “Welcome to my world. It’s your world, too.”

Normally, I save the suckerpunch for the end of the post in an attempt to leave the reader reeling from the final slap in the hopes of some sort of awakening from zombielike stupor. In this case, I’m leading with it choosing rather to pummel after the first dizzying blow with the lesser jab backup material gathered over recent days mostly via the Twitters.

So many links after the fold.

TPM, “Princeton Study: U.S. No Longer An Actual Democracy,” Brendan James, 25 April 2014:

“The central point that emerges from our research is that economic elites and organized groups representing business interests have substantial independent impacts on U.S. government policy,” they write, “while mass-based interest groups and average citizens have little or no independent influence.”

This, at least part of this, comes as no surprise to many. In the hopes that I have a few readers who are still on the fence or know someone who is, there ya go.

This is the point I’ve tried to make for some time now. Attempting to understand how I could have had my rights so horribly trampled time and time again with no results whatever in pursuing the proper course of action with the system has largely been the central mystery, moreso than specifically who carries out the illegal acts and why they think they are justified in doing so. Though I’ve covered that extensively as well.

It is happening. It’s bigger than most people guess it is. It’s bigger, for example, than what Church/Tower looked into regarding COINTELPRO, SHAMROCK, CHAOS, etc. It’s all too common and not being discussed nearly enough.

Note again the part about large organizations having nearly no effect whatever. This was what I found when, for example, I worked for Clean Water Action in Minneapolis. I also saw some cloak-and-daggery style disruption there. An entire day of work plus was lost due to system and A/C issues, for example. And then there were the can-only-be-explained-by brainhacking tech weirdness of sometimes managers undermining their own efforts. Probably not so much your old-fashioned informant/saboteur, though I suppose possible, as brains being hacked via those technologies I’ve mentioned time and again. By the way, here’s one from 2010 regarding the same kind of ultrasound usage that I believe prompted the Squidgate covert ops as detailed in Chapter 19 of Wicked Game:

DoD Live, “Remote Control of Brain Activity Using Ultrasound,” Armed with Science, 1 September 2010:

Every single aspect of human sensation, perception, emotion, and behavior is regulated by brain activity. Thus, having the ability to stimulate brain function is a powerful technology.

If it is truly at the early stages that the article would seem to indicate, and that it does not yet have the range required to do this from a surreptitious distance, then I am again back at the best explanation being that most of what people have thus far reported, and what is almost certainly happening as crazy as it sounds, is the use of subliminals, tech like acoustic psycho-correction, providing hypnotic suggestions that make the ultrasound stuff above seem like it’s happening.


To get a few further ideas about what I mean, let us assume for the sake of argument, that some people are not simply blackmailed, bought, completely in the bag for the Deep State and actually mean what they say, despite the utterly absurd content, that it can be easily disproven. For example, regarding those same kinds of channels that I have pursued without any indication that it has had any positive effect at all apart from the fact that I still breathe, have fingers to type this, and means to post it to the internet, Hillary actually thinks Snowden had other options:

Mother Jones, “WATCH: Hillary Clinton Blasts Edward Snowden for Fleeing to Russia and China,” Patrick Caldwell, 25 April 2014:

“I don’t understand why he couldn’t have been part of the debate at home,” she said.

I’ll remind folks that I was both an avid supporter of the Clintons and later Obama, even did a couple of favors for the Democrats in 2010, thinking that it might get me out of the fix I’ve been in for over four years now. Also attended a function in NYC to help Hillary retire her debt in 2009. To no avail. Lest any Republicans lay hope in their own party {really?}, I’ll remind that the two parties are essentially lockstep on NSA bulk spying and most other issues related to ripping off people in favor of corporations under the guise of NATSEC.

As I said, her comment is absurd unless one lives in some sort of bubble that filters out what is actually happening. She may. Ellsberg, Jesselyn Radack, and others respond:

Politico, “Hillary Clinton faults Edward Snowden for fleeing,” Josh Gerstein, 25 April 2014:

It gets even more ridiculous as the US government tries to simultaneously distance itself from foreign oppression of the press while actually doing the same:

Freedom of the Press Foundation, “State Dept Launches ‘Free the Press’ Campaign While DOJ Asks Supreme Court to Force Reporter James Risen Into Jail,” Trevor Timm, 25 April 2014:

Hard to imagine a bubble so much as one of those helmets telling our leaders what to think. As absurd as it sounds, perhaps like the ravings of a schizophrenic, the fact that numbers no longer count and that people who formerly at least pretended better to champion civil rights have abandoned it.

Let’s stop and think again: could they, would they? Would is a definite yes. Could is as well or at least you have to admit they would spend an awful lot of money, resources attempting to make it happen. Why not? Buy the tech and own it all rather than having to individually buy all the pols: priceless. We are in the 21st Century and we know this research in one form or other dates back to WWII. A lot of time to make it happen and make their move.

Oligarchy. The Deep State cleaning up after itself without the slightest movement from Congress:

Global Research, “JPMorgan Vice President’s Death Shines Light on Bank’s Close Ties to the CIA,” Pam Martens, 13 February 2014:

Speaking of Squidgate and things being fixed, the Homeland Security Inspector General from 2011-2013, has been exposed as a flunky who purposely failed at his job:

Washington Post, “Probe: DHS watchdog cozy with officials, altered reports as he sought top job,” Carol D. Leonnig, 24 April 2014:

Charles K. Edwards, who served as acting DHS inspector general from 2011 through 2013, routinely shared drinks and dinner with department leaders and gave them inside information about the timing and findings of investigations, according to the report from an oversight panel of the Homeland Security and Government Operations Committee.

A year-long bipartisan investigation by the panel also found that Edwards improperly relied on the advice of top political advisers to then-Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano and acquiesced to their suggestions about the wording and timing of three separate reports.

One senior aide said Edwards ordered changes to a March 2012 report about Immigration and Customs Enforcement at the request of senior DHS officials, according to the Senate inquiry. The report dealt with complaints that senior DHS officials intentionally misled Congress and the public about a new program to identify illegal immigrants called Secure Communities, and whether local law enforcement was required to participate.

Is it any wonder the claims of targets like me go uninvestigated?

Got the part about local law enforcement? Because here’s something out of 1930s Germany. Philly PD went on a crime spree and face no charges for at least a portion of it, that part being looting several stores owned by legal immigrants:, “Tainted, indeed,” Ronnie Polaneczky, 24 April 2014:

The shop owners were all legal immigrants. None had criminal records. Nor had they ever met – they hailed from four corners of the city and spoke different languages. Yet the stories they told Daily News reporters Barbara Laker and Wendy Ruderman were identical:

A Philadelphia plainclothes narcotics squad had barreled into the immigrants’ bodegas, guns drawn. They had cut the wires on the stores’ video surveillance systems, robbed thousands of dollars from the cash drawers, stolen food and merchandise and then trashed the shops on their way out the door.

One bodega owner even had footage of the cops cutting the video wires.

As if that weren’t enough, there’s more on at least one of these modernday Brownshirts:

Philadelphia Daily News/, “D.A. to review alleged sex assault by cop,” Barbara Laker, 26 April 2014:

Recall again: CIA and DHS fusion centers. These guys are protected by the Federal government much like many of the people involved with torture. The Feds have reached down to the local level and have control there as well. I’ve seen that, too, whether we’re talking about what happened to the Squidgate juror and her family or other nonsense where RUMINT was used to paint me as any number of undesirable criminal types. Only my financial donation to Wikileaks even came close to making any sense, but that came after the harassment began and well before I and the public had heard of Private Manning. Note again, I don’t regret that knowing what I do now about the inherent corruption within the Federal government and by extension pretty much everywhere else. But even that was not a crime.

Not quite yet anyway:

Emptywheel, “DOJ Continues Its ‘Multi-Subject’ Investigation of WikiLeaks,” 26 April 2014:

They want me and people like me bad. It’s not really about what it seems, though, not in my case. It’s about illegal programs that predate 9/11 by decades. And, in turn, it’s about 9/11 itself.

I have long sought some way to describe how 9/11 may have gone down without using the words “inside job.” That phrase is not quite accurate.

Recently I was again attempting to recount what has transpired, my connection to this large web of intrigue, and I think I found the words.

It’s not so much about inside, that is a conscious conspiracy involving Al Qaeda and, probably CIA, JSOC, and/or NATO in some capacity. It’s more like secretly provoking people and then attempting to control not only the response as much as possible but the narrative surrounding the response. It’s about punching someone using methods that are difficult to prove because they are covert and then pretending that the response was unprovoked.

That’s what happened. That’s why I’m in this situation. That’s what they don’t want getting out. Neutralize the 9/11 excuse and the whole house of cards may come tumbling down.

That is in effect my story. I sent money to Wikileaks after having contacted the government because of the harassment I was enduring and the fact that the harassment actually intensified after I did so. Set up, yes, no question about it. Provoked due to having no other viable options.

This, and worse that did not come to pass, was what they wanted. As I stated in the Primer up top, as has been reported repeatedly and is part of our historical record, provoking violence, radicalizing otherwise reasonable people in order to pursue all sorts of additional benefits is what the Deep State’s game is about at this phase.

If I can be accurately classified as a radical at this point, it is because of what they did, because I know how they operate and by extension what they truly are. Or because they painted me that picture, but is there in reality then a difference?

It is not because I wanted this. I was a believer in debate, a free press, the ideal that truth triumphs, and that even when we disagree, there’s a peaceful method of resolving that. That’s what men like Madison, Jefferson, Franklin, Adams, etc. believed.

But to get there they had an awful lot to overcome. Our inattentiveness due to financial situations requiring most focus on our jobs, our blind acceptance of government-in-secret, our belief that among so many there must be those who still want what is good for the majority, and our wholesale buying into the phony narratives that, for example, you can see on the new American Heroes Network that allow empty fortunes to be made under the guise of patriotism, has lead us back to this point: the brink of ruin. This is Alexander Hamilton’s worse nightmare: that mercenary self-dealing would one day destroy the nation. Despite Hamilton’s many elitist notions, he drew the line at losing that which he and so many fought so hard for, saw disappearing if those with personal aspirations of taking advantage of multinational special business interests at the expense of those of the country as a whole were to see their goals achieved.

That appears to have already occurred. No matter what you think the cause of that to be, rest assured that it is intentional and that is has, for the large part, already come to pass.

Our leaders, regardless of party, have come to agree that human rights are getting in the way of corporate personhood. Corporate control, collusion between government and business to this extent, is the definition of fascism.

It’s here. Not around the corner. Here. Now.

Somebody wake me when the war is over. Because it’s going to get a whole lot worse before it gets better.

In closing, the NATO 3 have been sentenced, essentially bringing us a step closer to criminalizing the First Amendment. Additionally, well known defense attorney I met in NYC at the Hammond sentencing hearing, Stanley Cohen, is under attack. Barrett Brown may owe “damages” to Stratfor. Environmentalists are being murdered around the world in large numbers and very few of the killers are being prosecuted. Other defense attorneys have been found to have been under pressure to turn FBI informants. CIA reportedly uses tricks to entrap Europeans into things like DUIs which they offer to “fix” for favors.

Whistleblowers, witnesses, journalists, defense attorneys, activists, minorities, foreigners, immigrants, entertainers, fiction writers, environmentalists, and friends, families, and associates of same are under attack by the Deep State. And those we entrusted with protecting them are failing to do so, often piling on like an angry mob.

This can’t be good.




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