Pseudocidal Tendencies

And I’d let that lonesome whistle,
Blow my Blues away

–The Man in Black

“You’re a professional shit-disturber.”
–Walter Matthau, Survivors

RIP Robin Williams. Besides the obvious, Williams was an activist. He was one of the few speaking out against Reaganomics when it was happening. “For every new millionaire,” he said, “seven or eight other people are going down the tubes,” or words to that effect.

No, no, no, no, no.

Yes. There is no Illuminati. There is a CIA, DIA, NATO, a host of contractors, Top Secret America, and a Deep State.

See again the mind affecting tech tab at top. We saw it with Aaron Swartz and others as I’ve suggested here many times. They tried it on me, many, many times which is why I’m not guessing–I know. I also appreciate that that does not qualify as proof for you. Best I can do without an insider whistleblower.

But prove it isn’t. Surveillance provides peoples’ medical information, therapy, purchases. The rest is providing plausible deniability. The only things I can see standing between most of us and acceptance is ignorance of history and methods {MINERVA, MKULTRA, etc.} and they “wouldn’t do that” {wishful thinking}.

And removing social forces and demoralizing humanitarians are not the only motives for driving people to suicide:, “Murder-suicide claims Christie team member, spouse,” AP, 9 August 2014:

And how different is this from making a group of people you’ve had access to for decades fly planes into buildings? My comment here:

Forget for a moment everything you’ve heard about conspiracy theories regarding 9/11. Like watching stage magic, it’s sometimes the “how could it be done?” that serves as impediment to accepting that maybe it was.

First, one needs to understand the post WWII history of the United States. There’s the stuff we are all familiar with, Eisenhower’s military-industrial-(Congressional) complex for example. The “Red Scare” served as fear motivator for spending and for civil rights abuses like COINTELPRO.

In addition, some American industrialists still resented the New Deal and considered it Communist. Fred Koch, father of Charles and David, cofounded The John Birch Society which considered anyone and anything who didn’t agree with its extreme oligarchy friendly views to likewise be Communist.

All of this served to create the foundation of what is now referred to as the Deep State. The Deep State is, at its core, an unholy alliance between the US intelligence community and Wall Street. There are numerous private contractors and estimates on how IC money is spent today suggests 70% of it is outsourced.

9/11, as NSA whistleblower Thomas Drake’s superior told him in 2001, was a gift to the IC. Fear again motivated and drove industry. The problem, of course, there simply aren’t enough terrorists and therefore work to keep the Top Secret America machine, which though it has had members such as Carlyle Group’s Booz Allen Hamilton since 1917, grew exponentially after 9/11.

Meanwhile, hardliners among the Joint Chiefs and the CIA, seeing the economic improvements of the 90s, saw that Americans were losing their stomach for war. Limited, typically airstrike, conflicts were all that the US public would tolerate. In their view, climate change and peak oil around the corner, that had to change.

Osama Bin Laden was, at least in 1987, a US-backed “freedom fighter” working against the Soviets in Afghanistan. This is especially important because the CIA has in the FAQ of their website a statement claiming that they never maintained a working relationship with him. Forgetting for a moment how they may have had attorneys define the words that they used, it’s a blatant falsehood. The events of the film, though altered for dramatic purposes, Charlie Wilson’s War, depict what should be common knowledge: the US trained and armed the mujaheddin as proxies against the Soviets for much of the 1980s.

In the 1990s, the Taliban visited the US, made contact with energy corporations, and sought to become the recognized governmental authority of Afghanistan. Clinton considered, but refused, we are told, because Hillary mentioned the Taliban’s abysmal human rights record especially where women are concerned. This refusal later resulted in a failed assassination attempt in Asia.

Now the history of the CIA. After WWII, when the OSS was transitioning to become the Agency, Nazis were brought over to aid the fight against Communism. They went to work in various places…rocket technology, propaganda at Voice of America:

…and at Fort Detrick on project MK/Ultra. In reality, MK/Ultra was several projects, that included things like “negro attitudes,” child personality development, mental illness, all sorts of drugs and substances, delivery methods of same, voting decisions, and lots more.

Some of the more disturbing things that came out of this and similar programs took decades to see the light of day. There is still a great deal we don’t know. In 1995, some victims testified before Congress as related to human radiation experiments. It become clear that the programs that the US Senate assured us had ended in the 1960s continued much later.

Note that one subject, who was a young girl at the time, was used by Dr. Luther Wilson Greene to blackmail decision makers when he and his team feared that funding might dry up. This is one small glimpse into the power, the corruption, and audacity of some of the people we assume are subject to Congressional oversight.

While the results, from what I can tell…I have become an amateur historian on behavioral modification, were not what we might expect from watching Hollywood films, the obvious is true: if you are able to inflict enough pain on a person, you can generally get them to take some course of action that they normally would not. In addition, merely isolating and traumatizing a person–that alone!–can cause mental illness and hallucinations. Apparently, human beings did not evolve to live alone.

This entire body of knowledge from human experimentation that we still to this day don’t know the full story of.

What do we have so far? Motive: financial. And I haven’t even mentioned how Afghan heroin exports went from less than 200 tons a year to nearly 6,000 from 2001 to 2012. The Russians largely enjoyed profiting from it before 9/11, so you can get an idea why they’re a little sore at us, though according to one analyst at Boiling Frogs Post, NATO throws the Russians a piece of the action.

We also have psychological profile: they brought in and learned from actual Nazis and passed this “wisdom” down. Some of the things done are nearly unbelievable to most people, even as what happened at Auschwitz had been.

We have opportunity. The CIA, the Pentagon, and NATO itself, had access to people like Osama Bin Laden and other men who became leaders in All Qaeda.

That leaves weapon. Here’s where it gets confusing. Rather than explain it, I’ll just link you to a pair of articles regarding a technology that the FBI consulted with some Russian scientists on in 1993 when they sought solutions to the David Koresh/Branch Davidian/Waco standoff. Pay particular attention to how the CIA had been tracking Smirnov since the early 1980s. The US obviously had something similar. There’s more, but I’m attempting to keep this brief.

In addition, as the OP noted, Al Qaeda struck back in part due to the US’ own violent tendencies. This is, to the kinds of people orchestrate these false-flag operations, a feature, not a bug. The more trouble that they stir up, the more attention it gets, the more unquestioned tax dollars they steal. Part of behavioral modification is making existence so unbearable that desperation and emotion makes the target easier to manipulate.

As to who… The 9/11 Commission Report itself mentions the behavior of several senior officers. Among these, A.B. “Buzzy” Krongard. Again, I’ll let you read it for yourself. Also note that Buzzy’s brother was Inspector General at CIA and that he did not recuse himself.

In addition, both brothers were instrumental in getting Erik Prince’s Blackwater a no-bid contract:

Note that Prince is the son of a founder of the Religious Right movement. {Many of the aforementioned attitudes have historical precedents and get passed down generationally.}

Some may also recall that Cofer Black was Mitt Romney’s foreign policy expert during the 2012 campaign. Is it any wonder then he wanted to double the size of Gitmo?

Then there’s Graham Fuller, a CIA officer who worked, guess where, Afghanistan during the 1980s. Most interesting there, Fuller was married into the Boston Marathon bombers/Tsarnaev family for a time:

Why might that be relevant?

In the news now, it becomes obvious that the CIA is falling on its sword for Bush and Cheney by taking full blame, or most of it, for torture. But see the difference just days before the Boston Marathon attack?

There is Deep State malfeasance happening around us all the time. It is disguised as accident or the oppositional actions of others by design. How to tell the difference is not easy.

Destructive? Yes. But what is destructive to the Deep State is good for America, the 99%, and Occupy.

My draft “Activist’s Primer on Counter-Intelligence”:

Chris Knall

Wrap your head around it. Your survival may depend on it. Jussayin.


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