The Vaccine Scare

As you may have noted if you read the new “Appendix B” for Wicked Game linked in the previous post, both my dog, some months prior to the 2008 election, and grandmother, in 2011, died of the same general symptoms. What you may not know from that, unless you’ve also read Chapter 18…

https://wickedgamebook.wordpress.com/2013/08/14/wicked-game-chapter-18/

…is what my partner and I were told the probable cause for the dog’s illness was. After much running around and expenditures, after having paid to put her to sleep, we were told in a meeting with a vet whom we had not had any prior contact with, “It may have been a bad vaccine.”

The symptoms were anemia, likely caused by white blood cells failing to recognize red blood cells as non-invaders. Blood transfusions could not keep up with what the white blood cells doing their jobs, albeit incorrectly.

With my grandmother, three years later, I was not cognizant of the parallels until later. That the US intelligence community could assassinate Americans for the dual purposes of covering up financial crimes in high places and provoking one of its own citizens to violence seemed so outlandish to me that I just could not come to accept it for some time.

Later revelations, such as the drone memos specifically explaining that under Israeli and British law, assassination was legal, came to my attention later.

Now, let me pause briefly and again refer to the CIA budget. A few years ago it was reportedly $14.7B. Again, nearly 50% more than “collect it all” NSA. What’s been discussed since the redacted Senate torture report summary came out are two things. First, two former military psychologists and American Psychiatry Association members James Mitchell and John “Bruce” Jessen, referred to in the report summary under the pseudonyms Grayson Swigert and Hammond Dunbar, were paid $81M to create and run the torture program. Overall, the torture program cost $300M:

Leopold, Jason, “Torture Report: What $300 Million Bought the CIA’s ‘Detention and Interrogation’ Program,” Vice, 9 December 2014:

https://news.vice.com/article/torture-report-what-300-million-bought-the-cias-detention-and-interrogation-program

Let’s see, that’s about 2% of one year’s budget. And it lasted for a decade. Not even 1% of each year’s budget thought of that way.

What else are they spending on? Note that these numbers likely don’t include direct war efforts, that are in a separate budget.

How about a disinfo campaign against vaccinations?

nature.com/ni/journal/v9/n12/full/ni1208-1317.html

Among so many other “offers” to be paranoid, in context, what happened sounds like a shove in the direction of that whole ball of wax.

Of course, once you get the point of MKULTRA

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.

10. Substances which produce physical disablement such as paralysis of the legs, acute anemia, etc.

It starts to become clearer.

I would be remiss if I failed to mention once again that top Obama advisor Cass Sunstein suggested doing these very things, making American citizens paranoid through, among other things, infiltrating online communities. Put that together with the assassination approval memos and more covert op money than Jehovah, and it kind of fits snugly.

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And what a great way to make sure there will always be enough drugz for the 0.1%.

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