Anthrax and Matt DeHart

Matt DeHart has agreed to seven and a half years in prison…

Adrian Humphreys, “Matt DeHart, the hacktivist who was refused asylum in Canada, sentenced in U.S. on child porn charges,” National Post, 22 February 2016:

…rather than face the prospect of 40 years for that which many government employees don’t ever even have charges brought up against them. Not even when they use work computers to do it and those in the photos are much younger.

Bryan Bender, “Pentagon lagged on pursuing porn cases,”, 5 January 2011:

{Note: There are several more articles along these lines. May dig them up and add them later}.

This is because it’s not about that, of course. It’s about the Amerithrax terror attacks. Yes, the subsequent to 9/11 terror attacks that occurred while George W. Bush was in office but which none or few Republican candidates for President seem to be able to recall. And sometimes the memories of their allies are even worse, even when those allies couldn’t stop saying 9/11 over and over again for personal gain.

The question any rational person would ask is, “Well, Chris, if CIA is responsible for the anthrax attacks, how does that fit with the narrative that Bruce Ivins did it?”

I’m glad you asked. Because this is the kind of thing I’ve explained over and over and I just don’t ever get tired of talking about it. And I never, ever will.


FBI pays its informants up to $100,000 for each “assignment” completed.

Trevor Aaronson, “Inside the Terror Factory,” Mother Jones, 11 January 2013:

The tactics involved range from first selecting people who are either mentally ill or challenged, and sometimes even physically unable to perform that which they are brought up on charges for. Next, they are separated from whatever form of support network they may have. Fired from their jobs, estranged from loved ones, now the informant has their complete attention and the target can more easily be incited and has lots more free time to buy parts from other FBI informants and listen to the plans that the informants have come up with. Psychologically, this is similar to how cults work. This all works best after many months of surveillance to find the target’s weak points, psychological triggers, and other details so as to make their lives so artificially hellish that blowing themselves up is preferable to listening to one more word that the informant has to say. *

But how did CIA pull off something similar with a career biologist who worked at Fort Detrick?


First, if you have not already done so, you may want to familiarize yourself with another Fort Detrick scientist, Frank Olson. The work there was joint US Army and CIA, mostly on biological and chemical weapons and their applications on the battle field and in covert operations.

In the early 1950s, Olson witnessed MI6 killing some UK soldiers while testing a nerve agent. He did what was expected of him and reported his misgivings to a government psychiatrist. The CIA boss of the operation, Sidney Gottlieb, called an isolated weekend meetup where Olson and others were drugged. They were told it was LSD mixed with liquor, but Olson alone may have been given something else or something in addition to that from a duplicate flask.

Olson’s emotional and psychological state deteriorated, resulting in his death by flying through the window of his hotel.


Replace the FBI informants with a PSYOPs team, so that a target like Ivins doesn’t realize he has anyone intentionally trying to alter his behavior at all. Replace being mentally ill or challenged with being drugged, more like Olson. Replace the meetings with informants explaining the targets and methods to be used with either voice-to-skull or something like acoustic psycho-correction.

Same psychological tricks, different methods, similar results. Except of course instead of adding to FBI’s yearly quota…

Jenna McLaughlin, “FBI Won’t Explain Its Bizarre New Way of Measuring Its Success Fighting Terror, Intercept, 18 February 2016:

…you add to the public’s outrage and support for wars such as the invasion of Iraq.

Pretty simple once you realize that human beings are a lot easier to hack, especially when they don’t know that they are being hacked, than we prefer to think. The drugs and surreptitious frustrations make it easier to accomplish. The tech exists and has for decades, check the citations.

* This is possibly enhanced by watching Chuck Todd and Wolf Blitzer, though I know of no studies done to confirm this as yet.

BBD: COIN-Cidence {Updated}

“This is a rich man’s war and I don’t want any part of it.”
—Some poor sod, unfortunate enough to be alive when the War Between the States broke out, but smart enough to at least see part of the big picture, when writing to a friend


Just a list of the bizarre places/times I’ve sometimes found myself. Need to remind people again, I had nothing to do with any of these things beyond what is stated here, was merely used as scapegoat where applicable.

Context is everything. This is why when something else happens it becomes very difficult to determine what is normal life and what is covert action. That is at least in part the idea, to turn a target like myself against myself psychologically.

In the interests of brevity and simplicity, I’m not linking up any of this or including backup, evidence, etc. It’s all here in other posts, in Wicked Game, or in my possession.

1989/1990: Worked as a temp. Wound up working at Philip Morris on the shareholders meeting multimedia preparation team not long before tobacco hearings wound up causing a large shift in the board of directors.

1997/1998: The company I worked for, Professional Service Industries, Inc. {PSI} was bought by Mitt Romney’s Bain Capital. Our office was closed soon after as the main project wound down.

Late September/Early October 2001: Saw suspicious characters walking about near Gracie Mansion. Reported it and saw the response to my call.

12 October 2001: Saw Tom Brokaw at lunch at midtown restaurant with some interns. Saw he was trying to reassure them. Checked the web, saw that the Amerithrax attack on NBC had just occurred. An attempt to blame these attacks on Al Qaeda and/or Iraq will ensue. FBI director Mueller, who only took over a week before 9/11, resisted the pressure to rush to judgement by CIA and various neocons in the Bush White House. It will be determined later that it was most likely the work of Bruce Ivins, who in some ways has several uncanny similarities to Frank Olson. Olson, who worked for the US Army and CIA was allegedly murdered in the 1950s because he felt guilty about being involved as an observer in a deadly nerve gas test conducted by MI6. Olson became unstable and either jumped or was thrown out of a hotel window. Ivins, like Olson, worked at Fort Detrick and became unstable. The motive for the attacks is alleged to have been Ivins paranoia that terrorists would conduct anthrax attacks and the US was unprepared for it.

Matt Dehart claims he had evidence in the form of electronic documents from an unknown member of the hacker collective Anonymous that FBI was investigating CIA for attempting to place responsibility for the Amerithrax attacks on others. Matt’s trial is scheduled to begin on 8 December, though the Department of Justice is doing so via other charges. Matt also says he was drugged and tortured while in Canada seeking asylum. Note that just before the board determining his status made their decision, the son of one board member “went postal.”

2003/2004: A man who worked for a private defense and intelligence firm founded in 1917, Booz Allen Hamilton, was in my social circle for a time. His wife worked at the UN.

2003: Worked on a project in Helmsley Building for owner/landlord where one partner of owner company, Adam Hockfelder, wound up going to prison for fraud. My work was exclusively for the other partner, Richard N. Kalikow. Wound up getting myself removed from that project when it was clear there was shifting of money around between projects that had different investors. However, the amounts were less than 7 figures from what I could tell. Knew nothing of Hockfelder’s doings until it made the news.

2007-2008: Worked on a very fictional graphic novel script based partially on investigative reporter Jeremy Scahill’s work on Blackwater and more generally privatization including the fire department. Didn’t discover until much later that Scahill and my partner and I were neighbors. Also later discovered that yet another Booz Allen Hamilton employee lived in my condo building.

13 November 2008: One of my firm’s clients, John Paulson {not to be confused with Hank} of Paulson & Co., testified before Congress regarding the hedge fund hearings and bailouts.

September to November 2009: Worked on the so-called Ground Zero Mosque, or Cordoba House. More recently discovered that it had FBI/CIA backing and was likely staged as a wedge issue for the 2008 and 2010 elections.

October 2009: After writing and publishing what was to be the first of very fictional a mini-series comic in which the antagonist was an Ayn Rand follower type, my local comic book store was robbed. On top of the trashed mess the robbers left on the counter was a copy of my book. The owners wondered if I weren’t therefore somehow involved.

14 January 2010: My boss’ PC was hit with a worm and various trojans originating from Ford Motor Co. in Deerborn, Michigan. It is so bad that the hard drive is unusable. This follows closely on the heels of the alleged Chinese hacks of Fortune 500 companies including Google where my then partner worked. Note that before moving to operations, I was the IT manager so the attack, even though my boss thinks he clicked on a phony Classmates link, reflects badly on me.

15 January 2010?: My firm was asked by building management to expedite certain areas of the building for a building wide project. In one of these spaces the People’s Bank of China was the tenant. My co-worker and I were ushered out by several BoC employees who were moving us out in tandem.

29 January 2010: Completely fed up with the incessant and ever increasing psychological harassment–and after asking the government to put an end to it–I donated money to Wikileaks in protest. This was before Private Manning’s arrest but after the point where the government claims she began shopping documents around. I was of course completely oblivious to all of that until it made the news.

8 January 2011: When in Minneapolis doing a Google search to see if there were any movies a friend and I could go to, Google incorrectly listed my location as Arizona. This is the day Jared Lee Loughner shot 19 people.

Fall 2012: Went to a party and hit it off with a 26 year old young man whose name turned out to be James {Something other than Eagan} Holmes. Next time I saw him, he was “busy” with a looks-like-Eff-Bee-Eye guy who left the party soon after. This is eerily similar to events that lead to my one and only suicide attempt back in the 80s. The same day, a 62 year old man fell in love with me.

February-September 2013: Worked as a security guard one day a week at a plant owned by Koch Industries. This was surprising because I had, in the hopes of escaping the harassment I had endured for months at that point, run a PSYOP against Koch lobbyists in 2010 pretending that I had something to do with Hockfelder’s prosecution {again, I did not and the harassment continued}. Soon after putting in my notice, a problem at the plant lead me to think it was sabotage. More recently when I learned more about it, it seemed likely that STUXNET was used. This was during one of the allegedly Koch-engineered government shutdowns.

May 2014: When meeting with a woman who is to appear in court for a sanity/competency hearing to determine if she is to become a ward for the state {think of it as a permanent private prison sentence without the cell but all the subcontractors taking her disability income}, the man who is driving her, me, and one other man explains that he was present at the Bundy Ranch standoff. Senator Reid referred to them as domestic terrorists.

As you can see, there’s a pattern of scapegoating there. This has grown, via the destruction of my life and other events and forms of harassment, to an attempt to drive me to violence of some kind. Just as the government and private think tanks try to label all sorts of minorities as terrorists, they hoped to add LGBT to the list. Our system is that mercenary. What you see here, in Wicked Game, and  on Twitter, etc. is me fighting back. Simple as that.


To The Matts


First, Matthew Keys. Most of the interesting stuff you need to know about his case can be found here:

Sarah Jeong, “Why the Government Went After Matthew Keys,” VICE/Motherboard, 9 October 2015:

Kim Zetter, “Matthew Keys’ Hacking Conviction May Not Survive An Appeal,” WIRED, 9 October 2015″

The only additions are how the quit/fired/laid off routine from his previous job sounds familiar. In January of 2010, I was inexplicably and unexpectedly locked out of my place of work. My security pass had been revoked.

An exchange of emails revealed that one of my bosses was under the impression that I had quit. We had had a heated exchange about 10 days prior and partly due to his health condition, which could have lead to his hospitalization or even death, and partly due to my fear that I would say something I would regret, I left the building and took a week’s vacation. I sent an email stating so.

Like so many of my other dying relationships, I had assumed it was a temporary situation. I had known many of these people for a decade, some nearly two. This didn’t fit the familiar pattern. Though I had finally come to believe that the US intelligence community was interfering in my life, I had yet to figure out that they knew exactly what they were doing and what their endgame was. I was sure it had to be some mistake and that, once that was sorted out, things would return to normal.

That didn’t happen. When I moved to Minneapolis and the money I had ran out, I applied for unemployment and received two letters on the same day, one stating that I had quit, the other that I had been let go for cause. I wound up having to return to NYC for a hearing with a labor judge. There, I presented email evidence that I had not quit and was given a the judgment that I had been laid off in February.

All of this occurred along side sometimes ridiculous, sometimes horrifying psychological harassment beyond what I could have then imagined. Clearly illegal, and yet very much occurring under a Democrat in the White House whose speeches would generally imply well beyond anything he would resort to.

Despite having gotten the big brush off from both the partners at my firm in email, one day in 2012 or so, they needed my notes on some project or other. Since then, I did a couple of projects for one partner and helped the other work up a proposal for another job. If only some of my other bridges hadn’t been so thoroughly burnt, you might not be reading this right now.

So, I have to say that some of what I read there seems similar. As does what eventually happened with Mr. Keys and some unwatched page at the Los Angeles Times website. The words ‘deny’ and ‘disrupt’ come to mind where the intelligence community is concerned. Mr. Keys’ important work has been disrupted and we may be denied his help in the fight against corruption while he, like Barrett Brown, is serving a sentence. And, also like Barrett Brown, it appears similar to the ‘digital arson’ that FBI/Sabu/Hammond engaged with Stratfor over, which I suspected was to prevent Stratfor’s financial collapse {based on FBI advising Stratfor that they do nothing while knowing that their Sabu hack would wipe their servers and the emails at Wikileaks regarding their concerns over subscriptions and new clients}. Government loves its corporate welfare.

I don’t think it can be any other way. There is a Cold War going on in the US. It is not so much between good and evil, or right and wrong but two equally corrupt groups of elites who use the rest of us like chess pieces. The interests of multinationals are paramount and life has become cheap. That’s the real Barack Obama’s opinion once you look at what he does instead of what he says. At least Republicans admit much of the time that they don’t really care about people.


Matt DeHart I’ve blogged about before. There are the occasional high-profile articles written about him and I’ll link them up below.

However, that won’t much help him because–and there was a similar pattern with the Barrett Brown sentencing hearing–what he is charged with has nothing to do with having seen documentation about FBI investigating CIA’s attempt to frame Al Qaeda and/or Iraq for the anthrax letters that happened just after 9/11. Phonies like Brad Moss, esq.–who definitely know what the government is capable of–will say that and shrug as if breaking the rules by the government is something that cannot and should not be pointed out. To people like him, you have to be an expert lawyer AND a counter-intelligence expert at all times even though you are outspent, outlawyered, and outspooked by an immense machine more interested in squeezing more of the middle class’ wealth into already burgeoning pockets. He is the champion of the status quo, the legal equivalent of access stenography journalism, and he damn well knows it. It’s not just a question of what any of the three deeply corrupt branches of government can make legal within their circles of power no matter how foul, but the maintenance of the system that destroys people and families for no other reason than it can that he and his ilk support. Sometimes I think he knows this, other times I think he lies to himself and considers ‘success’ to mean simply keeping a person out of prison, to hell with the public interest with what the whistleblower has to say. Nixon’s ghost wishes he had these people around in his day.

Matt’s trial is scheduled for now on 8 December 2015 in Nashville. While I don’t consider these things from any superstitious standpoint, there is the practice that terrorist organizations like to engage in of commemorating anniversaries, and CIA, FBI, DHS, etc. are no exceptions. Let’s see what else occurred on 8 December, shall we?


Most from here:

1927: The Brookings Institution, one of the US’ oldest think tanks, founded via the merger of three think tanks.

1941: Roosevelt asks Congress to declare war on Japan, Germany. Can you imagine this today? Congress is told we’re at war after the bombing starts. But they don’t mind; gets the kickbacks to them that much faster.

1972: Wife of Watergate plumber E. Howard Hunt dies in mysterious plane crash. Payoffs involved before the crash, more at link.

1979: Soviet forces, lured in by the CIA, invade Afghanistan, covert ops and funding of mujaheddin in Afghanistan may date back to ’77 or even ’73.

1980: Former Beatle and peacenik John Lennon murdered by Mark David Chapman.

1984: Neo-Nazi leader of ‘The Order’ dies in standoff with FBI.

1985: US Officials Meet with Iranian Arms Merchant, Israeli Officials; Arms Deals Are Ending, US Officials Say. Outgoing National Security Adviser Robert McFarlane and National Security Council staffer Oliver North fly to London to meet with Manucher Ghorbanifar, an Iranian arms merchant. Also present at the meeting are David Kimche, of Israel’s Foreign Ministry, and Israeli arms dealer Yaacov Nimrodi. McFarlane tells Ghorbanifar that the US wants to end arms sales to Iran, though the US wants to continue pursuing diplomatic relations. [New York Times, 11/19/1987] The US will in actuality continue selling arms to Iran (see January 7, 1986 and January 17, 1986).

1987: The First Intifada sparked.

1991: USSR is dissolved.

1992: UN and senior western military officials claims Bosnian Muslims engaging in false-flag attacks on their own people to garner international sympathy.

1995: Unocal obtains Turkmenistan deal to run two pipelines to Afghanistan and Pakistan, Kissinger hired to announce the deal. There are problems.

1995: Clinton National Security Advisor Anthony Lake meets with Abdulrahman Alamoudi who supports Hamas, which the Clinton administration deemed a terrorist financier the previous January.

1999: CIA concludes that Bin Laden plans attacks, many inside US.

2000: 9/11 Hijacker Hani Hanjour re-enters US on student visa.

2000: Florida legislature meets to debate GOP plan to appoint slate of electors to vote for George W. Bush for president to resolve the ‘tie’ with Al Gore.

2001: Secretary of State Powell states that US oil companies are likely to invest $200 billion in Kazakhstan.

2002: Richard Perle again attempts to confirm the Al Qaeda-Iraq connection perpetuated by Dick Cheney.

2002: A 22-year old Afghan farmer and part-time cab driver named Dilawar is beaten during his fourth interrogation. The warlord who turned him in will himself be detained by US officials for attacks on US targets and then turning over innocent Afghanis for reward. Two days later, Dilawar will be found dead in his cell.

2003: Sources claim that Israeli military specialists train US forces on counter-insurgency tactics.

2004: The Pentagon reports that four people from Task Force 6-26 involved in severe abuse of detainees and ‘imprisonment’ of 2 DIA officers who objected at Abu Ghraib, have been disciplined and reassigned.

2004: Pentagon, White House planning to escalate public pressure on Iran.

2005: US and Israel are the only countries to vote against an arms race in space at UN.

2006: EPA sells off public assets for less than a penny on the dollar.

2007: The unidentified gunmen storm Benazir Bhutto’s party’s offices.

2008: Conservative pundits claim financial meltdown is over-stated, political.

2009: Fitch cuts Greece’s rating to BBB+, first time Greece has dropped below an A.

And more pertinent to this blog:

2009: The Open Government Directive is released.

2009: The Squidgate event occurs on the bridge between Sarnia, Ontario and Port Huron, Michigan on the US side and marks a new era of COINTELPRO 2.0 and MKULTRA 2.0 in a blender that captures my full attention very quickly. I call it NKINTRA.

2010: +1 – A juror who wrote the judge for leniency in the Squidgate trial is accused of robbing a check-cashing store that occured on this date {9 December}. The actual perpetrator had glued coyote fur to his face in order to obscure it from cameras.

2015: Pending: The Matt DeHart trial as scheduled to begin.


Marcy Wheeler, “Is Matt DeHart Being Prosecuted Because FBI Investigated CIA for the Anthrax Leak?”, emptywheel, 20 March 2015:

David Kushner, “‘I might have some sensitive files,'” BuzzFeed, 19 March 2015:

And related:

Scott Shane, “Former F.B.I. Agent Sues, Claiming Retaliation Over Misgivings in Anthrax Case,” New York Times, 9 April 2015:

But perhaps the most disturbing thing about the Matt DeHart saga isn’t the investigation into CIA framing another country for the anthrax letters, not even the drugging and torture by FBI, being framed for child porn charges. Perhaps it is this: One of the board members deciding his asylum request to Canada found that her own son went postal and shot some people.

Matt never had a chance.


When Lobbies Duel {Updated x2}



Mark Frauenfelder, “How the CIA created the Unabomber,” BoingBoing, 9 May 2014:

Alston Chase, “Harvard and the Making of the Unabomber,” Atlantic, June 2000:


I-Team, “Whitey Bulger’s Notebook Chronicles LSD Prison Testing,” Boston CBS, 7 July 2011:

Bulger once volunteered for a secret CIA program studying the effects of LSD on humans and now the I-Team has obtained a notebook in which Whitey wrote down his thoughts and fears about taking the mind altering drug.

While in federal prison for bank robbery in the late 1950’s and early 1960’s, Bulger volunteered to take part in the covert CIA program called MK-ULTRA in exchange for time off from his sentence.


Mark Ames and Alexander Zaitchik, “James Bond and the killer bag lady,” Salon, 2 December 2012:

The Stanford Research Institute received CIA funding, and Dr. Melges published work about using drugs and hypnosis to create “disassociative states,” i.e., induced schizophrenia. One of Melges’ partners on these experiments was a doctor named Leo E. Hollister, who first dosed Ken Kesey with LSD as part of an Army experiment in 1960. He later admitted to author John Marks that he conducted drug research for the CIA. Marks’ 1979 book, “The Search for the Manchurian Candidate,” contains numerous such revelations about other government researchers.

In other words, the doctor who cared for Lang in Santa Clara was a senior figure at one of the CIA’s top institutional grantees.



Zbigniew Brzezinski and Osama bin Laden

Joe Stephens and David B. Ottaway, “From U.S., the ABC’s of Jihad,” Washington Post, 23 March 2002:

Historycommons, “1984-1994: CIA Funds Militant Textbooks for Afghanistan”:

Fauzia Nouristani, “USAID –Politics of Aid and Education in Afghanistan,” Education Policy Talk, 19 March 2014:

Some of the examples of the books distributed by USAID clearly show the US policy agenda: “If out of 10 atheists, 5 are killed by 1 Muslim, 5 would be left. 5 guns + 5 guns = 10 guns; 15 bullets – 10 bullets = 5 bullets, etc.” (Stephens and Ottoway, 2002). These books educated generations of Afghan refugee children to know nothing but war and violence.

Glenn Hefley, “How Generations Were Raised to believe in jihad,”, 6 July 2015:


The MKULTRA subproject for mass conversion FOIA.

And just so you can see how old and widespread the problem of deceit is with regards to warfare and the question of “whodunnit,” an incredible list of false-flag type narratives spanning the globe and the past century:

Washington’s Blog, “False Flag Terror. A Historical Overview,” via GlobalResearch, 11 September 2015:

And the rest of the story.


GOP and the NRA/gun lobby:

New York Times editorial board, “Republicans and the Gun Lobby,” 14 April 2012:

Mark Ames, “A brief history of American gun nuts,” Pando, 26 June 2015:

Though also very important to note that you cannot go entirely by party:

Robert Costa, “GOP’s Rep. [Peter] King Calls for More Background Checks in Wake of Calif. Killings,” Washington Post, 25 May 2014:

And based on the same article:

NRA-IL, “Rep. Peter King Calls for More Gun Control,” 27 May 2014:

DNC – Obama’s major donors = big pharma:

Ben Comer, “Pharma Donors Favor Obama,” Medical Marketing & Media, 15 August 2008:

Over $24M all told from health professionals overall not counting any of unknown “Retired”:

OpenSecrets, Barack Obama {D}, Industries, 2008 cycle, 2012 cycle:

Lots more:

Update 2:

Wikileaks, “TPP Treaty: Intellectual Property Rights Chapter – 5 October 2015,” 9 October 2015:

“If TPP is ratified, people in the Pacific-Rim countries would have to live by the rules in this leaked text,” said Peter Maybarduk, Public Citizen’s Global Access to Medicines Program Director. “The new monopoly rights for big pharmaceutical firms would compromise access to medicines in TPP countries. The TPP would cost lives.”

Holly Fletcher, “Overdose deaths reach ‘epidemic proportions’,” Tennessean, 28 September 2015:

And opioids are made from what?

AFP/Business Insider, “A record Afghan opium output has increased the supply of cheap heroin in the US,” 26 June 2015:


What came out of it? Guess.

The drug lobby is pushing for more drugs to “fix” our shooter problem:

Joe Khalil, “Issue of Mental Health Part of National Discourse Again Following Oregon College Shooting,” Fox 40 Sacramento, 2 October 2015:

Despite the obvious in some/not all cases, but especially Columbine, that some of these people were well-drugged at the time they went postal:

Dan Roberts, “Every Mass Shooting Shares One Thing In Common & It’s NOT Weapons,” Ammoland, 1 April 2013:

Eric Harris age 17 (first on Zoloft then Luvox) and Dylan Klebold aged 18 (Columbine school shooting in Littleton, Colorado), killed 12 students and 1 teacher, and wounded 23 others, before killing themselves. Klebold’s medical records have never been made available to the public.

Supporters of the drug lobby are pushing for more gun control:

Matt Vespa, “Obama Says Gun Violence ‘Is Something We Should Politicize’ In Statement about Oregon Shooting,” Townhall, 1 October 2015:

And supporters of the gun lobby are pooh-poohing drugs and calling for more guns to protect ourselves from the crazies:

David Edwards, “Less than 90 minutes after Oregon shooting, CNN analyst suggests school’s ‘gun free zone’ to blame,” Rawstory, 1 October 2015:

Less than two hours after massacre at Umpqua Community College on Thursday, CNN military analyst Rick Francona suggested that the shooter had chosen the location because it was a gun free zone.

Note that this is a win-win situation for our criminal elite: More guns or drugs = more kickbacks; less guns and drugs means more control since only cops and mercenaries will be armed and more “crazies” for all of us to fear so we’ll be begging armed sadists to protect us. More drugs means they can ignore your opinions because there’s something wrong with you or you’d agree with their greedy warmongering actions. Perfect recipe for fascism no matter how you slice it.


Additionally, the 3-D chess move that really gives away CIA’s involvement with the shooting, regards 4Chan, one of those places where members of anonymous would hang out because literally everyone who uses it is anonymous except for the administrator.

Jason Silverstein, Larry Mcshane, Nancy Dillon, “Madman kills nine, injures seven after shooting at Umpqua Community College in Oregon,” NY Daily News, 2 October 2015:

Several message boards noted the shooter may have revealed his plans Wednesday night, in posts on the website 4chan.

“Some of you guys are alright. Don’t go to school tomorrow if you are in the northwest,” one post reads.

“happening thread will be posted tomorrow morning…so long space robots…Will post again in the am. 10 min countdown. Won’t say more to much to prepare (sic)”

4Chan is therefore a government target due to association with Anonymous.

And let’s not forget the sockpuppets. Recall again NTrepid’s system reported on by Barrett Brown:

Patrick McGuire, “Why Is Barrett Brown Facing 100 Years in Prison?,” Vice, 31 January 2013:

Alongside Abraxas and Cubic on those tax filings is another company called Ntrepid. According to Florida State’s records of corporations, Richard Helms is the director of that company. In 2011, Barrett’s work helped lead the Guardian to their report that Ntrepid won a $2.76 million-dollar contract from Centcom (U.S. Central Command), to create “online persona management” software, also known as “sockpuppetry.” To break it down in plain English, online persona management was created to populate social networks with a bunch of fake and believable social media personas to “influence internet conversations and spread pro-American propaganda.”

Ntrepid also has a product they call Tartan, that’s detailed in this internal presentation hosted by the Wall Street Journal. In Ntrepid’s own parlance, they describe Tartan as a program that can “Analyze illicit organizations and less structured social networks by identifying: Ranks of influence within human networks… [and can] end the use of [online] aliases.” Clearly they are looking to dismantle the smoke and mirrors that groups like Anonymous maintain, by hanging out in chatrooms where they do not need to identify themselves officially, with many private communications happening at once. This creates a difficult to penetrate den, where people can easily hide online. Evidently, Ntrepid is seeking to pull all of that apart with Tartan.

What they really mean is

1} Create phony online consensus as a means of creating peer pressure in order to achieve the goals of the Deep State/military industrial complex.

2} To identify whistleblowers so that the criminal elite can continue manipulating and stealing without hiccups.

Let’s get something clear. The purpose of the 2nd amendment was never for hunting, nor was it for protecting your home from burglars. It was always to prevent illegal seizure of your property by the government, as a check on Congress’ standing army in case tyranny should take over. At the time British soldiers were well in the minds of the framers. They had taken over homes as if they owned them, much like the House of Saud does in its own country. And, like how Blackwater behaved during Sandy:

Jamie Wilson, “Mercenaries Guard Homes of the Rich in New Orleans,” Guardian, 12 September 2005:

What they leave out is how they broke into homes, threw furniture in the street, and set up headquarters and sleeping quarters wherever they damn well pleased.

Jeremy Scahill, “Overkill: Feared Blackwater Mercenaries Deploy in New Orleans,” DemocracyNow, 12 September 2005:

Yes, that’s right. And they also alleged that they had been deputized. And another key point is that these Blackwater guys said that they were given the authority to use lethal force, as well as the power to make arrests. And when we asked them about this use of them in the United States, they said that they believe that we’re going to see a lot more of this and that this is a trend. So, I think that this is a very, very disturbing development that we are seeing here on the streets of New Orleans, Amy.

And let’s not forget the unconfirmed words of the American Sniper:

Terrence McCoy, “The ‘unverifiable’ legacy of Chris Kyle, the deadliest sniper in American history,” Washington Post, 30 July 2014:

“…He and another sniper traveled to New Orleans, set up on top of the Superdome, and proceed to shoot dozens of armed residents who were contributing to the chaos.” The magazine said one conversation participant said Kyle “claimed to have shot thirty men on his own,” while another said Kyle and the other killed 30 between them.

Of course, they primarily mean black people trying to eat.

This was not a lone wolf shooter but rather the employee of an organization that engages in drug running, mass murder and surveillance, torture, protecting corporations who fund terrorism, assassinating and making political prisoners of journalists, and has lied about every one of these things.


John Vibes, “FBI Report: Americans Less Violent than Ever, Except for Police,” Free Thought Project, 12 November 2014:


String Theory for Global Madness

…and why the infirm and the criminal run not only the asylums and prisons but governments as well.

While I’m ignoring the current DC tired old variety show in which one party pretends that they cannot stand an appointee who is actually just as snuggly with banks who fund terrorism and launder drug money as they are…

David Sirota, “Attorney General Nominee Loretta Lynch Omitted HSBC Interview From Senate Questionnaire,” International Business Times, 27 January 2015:

The bank was accused of knowingly allowing Mexican drug cartels to launder money and of allowing violations of economic sanctions against countries including Iran, Libya, Sudan and Cuba. Lynch, then the U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of New York, allowed the bank to avoid prosecution in 2012 by paying a $1.9 billion fine and submitting to a monitor for five years to oversee compliance. Critics slammed the deal as an example of the Obama administration’s pattern of going easy on the financial industry. In the Dec. 11, 2012, interview she did with CBS News, Lynch endorsed the settlement and dismissed criticism of the deal as “shortsighted.”

Let’s back up a moment and discuss the Barrett Brown case as example and then move on to the sad excuse and the failure of your elected leaders, their bureaucratic henchmen, and the businesses that love them for removing any semblance of accountability, regulatory enforcement, and a legal system that does anything in the way of aid the average citizen.

I think Brown said it–actually didn’t say it–best:

Barrett Brown, “The Barrett Brown Review of Arts and Letters and Jail: If Anyone Needs Me, I’ll Be in Prison,” D Magazine, 26 January 2015:

2) Tim notes, correctly, that, in addition to improvising a few extra lines in the course of my allocution that were not present in the written version, I didn’t deliver the line “I think your Honor can walk and chew bubble gum at the same time.” I took that out because, by the time I delivered the allocution, it had become painfully obvious that he could do no such thing. Frankly, I am not going to lie in court unless I am getting paid whatever these FBI agents are getting paid.

In reference to:

Tim Rogers, “Barrett Brown Sentenced to 63 Months in Prison, Looks Horrible in Mustard Yellow Jail Togs,” D Magazine, 23 January 2015:

Also, I think, having gone through some of the Stratfor emails at WikiLeaks the other morning, that is quite possible that Stratfor was having financial difficulties. This is not something you would ever find in the emails in all likelihood, at least not in my two decades of corporate experience. It would instead be glimpsed in the desperation of those to please the boss with moar cash and I think that is there.

This would make them good as a target for the hacks that FBI directed through Sabu. Through court documents, it was clear that FBI told Stratfor to do nothing when they detected some of the earlier intrusions.

It would make sense, once you understand that you are dealing with criminal organizations all around who are only interested in how to pry a nickel out of your corpse and PR the government into giving them more freshly printed dough, that digital arson–not unlike the actual arson directed at the condo building of my friend Kate Conway on 23 December 2009 which FBI for some reason refuses to arrest anyone for–was employed as a means of saving Stratfor from an embarrassing collapse. In short, FBI and Stratfor engaged in what amounts to some sort of insurance fraud and though Jeremy Hammond and Barrett Brown have been saddled with millions of dollars in damages, that the American taxpayer paid for it up front to prop Stratfor up like we do torturing despots all over the planet. {And of course your average American imbecile would bitch about that and blame Hammond and Brown without even pausing to consider if there actually was any damage and that the company was already being sucked into a black hole until the people who tried to drive MLK to suicide came to the “rescue”}.

But on we go. Now let us examine the sort of FEMA-scare stuff, the Department of Defense deployed on American soil along side the National Guard and militarized police. What is the plan?

Ralph Lopez, “More Treason: Internment Field Manual Instructs “Identify Political Activists” for “Indoctrination,” DailyKos, 4 May 2012:

3-56. The PSYOP team also supports the military police custodial mission in the I/R facility. The team—
– Develops PSYOP products that are designed to pacify and acclimate detainees or DCs to accept U.S. I/R facility authority and regulations.

– Gains the cooperation of detainees or DCs to reduce the number of guards needed.

– Identifies malcontents, trained agitators, and political leaders within the facility who may try to organize resistance or create disturbances.

– Develops and executes indoctrination programs to reduce or remove antagonistic attitudes.

– Identifies political activists.

– Provides loudspeaker support (such as administrative announcements and facility instructions when necessary).

– Helps the military police commander control detainee and DC populations during emergencies.

– Plans and executes a PSYOP program that produces an understanding and appreciation of U.S. policies and actions.

Note that this last part is quite possibly what this post is about on a level I’m not fond of. But on we go. Again, it is disturbing that the planet may be on the brink of death and there’s so many behaving like they have a spaceship waiting. I think it more likely they just have your yard, your water, your air, your food, your money in mind after they get things to the point that they can kill you in some amusing way and make room for their bloated selves.

Though those in the know would realize this, I must agree with Barrett Brown that Lindsay’s brain is possibly not capable of understanding all of this and therefore was simply obeying his baser, greedy instincts and winking at the FBI’s falsehoods along the way. All Lindsay could see was police who don’t treat him like they do other African Americans, and really, cowards know no skin color.

But you can also see why no holds were barred in Lindsay’s and Preska’s kangaroo courts and they put away Barrett Brown, Jeremy Hammond, as they have Jason Hammond and others. They are too smart and contain too great a sense of care for their fellow human beings to be allowed to roam free when the shit hits the fan. That’s for the psychotics the US government employs: The Stasi. {Best of luck with that, folks, when it goes down.} And frankly, I do think we’re at six inches to fecal impact:

Svati Kirsten Narula, “tick. tock. We’ve crossed four of the nine boundaries supposedly separating us from planetary destruction,” Qz, 20 January 2015:

It is telling, though isn’t it? Take for example the people aboard Flight 93, who decided to take the plane back once they discovered what was happening on 9/11. Take for example the folks trapped in the DC Metro shutdown recently and how they reacted with class. Take most situations where regular humans are put in dire straits and pull together, help, and save the day.

Then compare that with our leaders. Whether you’re talking Obama, Bush, Cameron and the inbred royals, Hollande, the Saudis… whichever direction you would like to look, take a gander at what these examples of homo sapien have done.

The legalization of torture, assassination, human experimentation, harassment, theft on a massive scale, police brutality, genocide, and I’m sure I’m forgetting a few good ones. These are the worst of the worst, and bad situations have brought it out.

Did Michael Hastings cause 9/11?

Did Matt DeHart cause global warming?

Did Shaker Aamer cause the housing bubble to burst? Is he destroying the middle class?

Did Mohammed Toiman Al-Jahmi behead anyone?

No. Al Qaeda, the House of Saud, and the CIA and its contractors via Charlie Wilson’s war vs the USSR and decades of research on how to engineer false-flag operations did.

No. The Department of Defense and multinational corporations did.

No. George W. Bush, Wall Street, and the big banks did.

No. The Saudi government did…and did again just after they got their new king.

This is why climate change is no excuse. This is why the wrong people are being entrapped and put in prison. This is why things will be worse than they had to be when the real problems begin.

This is why they are just so full of shit. This is why they seem to be misdirecting their ire at the wrong people and consistently so.

Why did we have to have shitheads running the world? Because actually doing the right thing takes hard work, and so the only people attracted to power are those who know how to exploit problems and systems for their own amusement, power lust, and greed.

Your Moment of MKULTRA:

Meg Wagner, “Fla. man kills teen while acting out rap song: deputies,” Daily News, 28 January 2015:

He faces charges of manslaughter, tampering with evidence and possession of alprazolam, an anti-anxiety prescription drug.

Tom Dart, “Three cops, a 17-year-old and ‘a cry for help’: why did Kristiana Coignard die?,” The Guardian, 28 January 2015:

Coignard is the third person – and the third young person – shot dead by Longview police in less than a year. No charges were filed by a grand jury against three officers who killed a 15-year-old robbery suspect during a shootout last March. A 23-year-old cook with a history of making threats died in August after a routine traffic stop went awry.

Three-and-a-half hours south, in Houston, the 2012 death of Brian Claunch had exemplified the potential for tragedy when police with limited training encounter a troubled individual in a pressurised situation. Though Houston has a widely praised CIT programme, two officers without that experience were called to a care home one night when Claunch, a schizophrenic, wheelchair-bound double amputee, started behaving erratically.

Police said that he grew violent and cornered an officer while waving a shiny object in their direction. Matthew Marin shot the 45-year-old in the head. The object proved to be a ballpoint pen. In June 2013, a grand jury declined to bring charges against the officer.

Your Leaders

Your Leaders

This is your intelligence community on thugs.

More Surreptitious Intimidation?

I apologize for this. I know it will both upset some people and tend to undermine my credibility. Faced with lying or ignoring something so obvious {to me…I know this is possible}, I don’t see a choice.

First, see the result of Matt DeHart’s immigration hearing. He has a second one coming and therefore has not yet been ordered back to the US with finality:

National Post, “Alleged Anonymous hacker Matt DeHart ordered deported from Canada,” Tristin Hopper and Adrian Humphreys, 21 October 2014:

An early member of the hacker group Anonymous, Mr. DeHart said that six years ago he came across sensitive government documents uploaded to one of his servers detailing an FBI investigation into select practices by the CIA.

He deleted the file, but several months later the DeHart family’s Newburgh, Indiana, home was stripped of all its electronic equipment in a police raid searching for child pornography.

Important to recall the stakes. Believe that both organizations are very much desirable to keep a wrap on whatever the document said. Matt’s torture allegations would seem to support this hypothesis.

Now read about the big news out of Ottawa yesterday:

Globe and Mail, “Suspected killer in Ottawa shootings had a disturbing side,” Colin Freeze and Les Perreaux, 22 October 2014:

And the interesting part:

Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, the slain 32-year-old suspected killer of a Canadian Forces soldier near Parliament Hill, was a labourer and small-time criminal – a man who had had a religious awakening and seemed to have become mentally unstable.

Mr. Zehaf-Bibeau was born in 1982 and was the son of Bulgasem Zehaf, a Quebec businessman who appears to have fought in 2011 in Libya, and Susan Bibeau, the deputy chairperson of a division of Canada’s Immigration and Refugee Board. The two were divorced in 1999.

When, in December 2009, I was watching the developments on the Squidgate situation, I noted–but thought it too ridiculous at the time–that the same week that Watts’ attorney tried to get the trial moved to Detroit was the same week {Christmas} that a flight to Detroit had a potential terrorist on board who was thwarted by a Dutch citizen after the man was not stopped due to, we were told, a database error by a CIA subcontractor. Given all else that happened, I am not sure now that that was so far-fetched.

Likely, the main difference between you and me is that you don’t know that it is possible to make a human do something like this, and/or you cannot imagine people who would do it without remorse, have so little care for the safety and health of others. This is the Deep State, folks, or as it has also recently been referred to, the Double Government:

Boston Globe, “Vote all you want. The secret government won’t change: The people we elect aren’t the ones calling the shots, says Tufts University’s Michael Glennon,” Jordan Michael Smith, 19 October 2014:

What’s intriguing about that is the longstanding, largely unexplored practice of privateers funding covert operations. William Pawley was one such notable individual. In other words, millionaires and billionaires {and corporations?} sometimes fund CIA covert action. How often this occurs is not known.

Given the enormous growth of the private NATSEC sector, we can safely assume this occurs with private contractors as well. This was the heart of what Barrett Brown was working on before he got incarcerated.

Re: the nuke situation mentioned in the article, also see Nixon, Kissinger, etc. aboard Air Force One drugged with LSD on the way to Moscow which derailed talks with the then Soviet Union as detailed in A Terrible Mistake.

I look for inspiration wherever I can find it. I realize, in contrast, it may seem childish or a bit crazy. Though I’m sure there’s a better quote, probably something out of Moby Dick, maybe a good song, this was the best I could do on short notice.

Zehaf-Bibeau added to Shooters tab at top.

The Mess That Mind Manipulation May Leave Behind

For peace and trust can win the day despite of all your losing.

First order of business, there is a must-read five part article about the son of a former NSA officer. The story is, as is mine, convoluted in turns, twists, and attempts at obfuscation on the part of our intelligence services. I really don’t want at all to make this about me, but the sheer number of similar pieces to Matt DeHart’s story that I’ve covered here before ever hearing of the guy is staggering. From Aaron Swartz’s suicide to WMD inspector Scott Ritter and others entrapped and/or smeared with regards to child pornography, to my two failed attempts to get a lawyer in Canada, once in Ontario actually hired and then later in Montreal. During this latter, I took photos of the Allan Memorial Institute at McGill University where Gail Kastner and others were experimented upon by the first president of the World Psychiatry Association, Ewen Cameron. Cameron was paid by CIA. It wasn’t until fifty years later that Kastner’s family and others finally had their day in court and won.

The attorneys for Kastner and others were the second attorneys I contacted. The first specialized in torture victims and refugees. However, his rejection of my case was due to the United Nations and other human rights watchdogs still believing that the US did not engage in torture and the persecution of its own citizens. The former is proven, of course. Let me assure you that the latter is true as well.

Then there’s the connections to Wikileaks and Anonymous, though both of my connections began after the harassment and drugging began. Speaking of drugging, there’s another connection, as I’m rather certain that happened to me as well.

Think about how well those kinds of charges coupled with what may be drug- and/or psychotropic-induced emotional issues can easily cause support to dry up. You become a leper, a pariah, and it is very, very difficult to overcome.

Check it out. Chapter 1 likewise a similarity to my case just in the title. My family is also largely military.

National Post, “Hacker, Creeper, Soldier, Spy – Chapter One: ‘My family is military’,” Adrian Humphreys, 23 May 2014:

All five parts are up now and you can read them all.

Second, I have added a “Shooter” tab at top to track various stories that relate to various plots and deaths via people exhibiting signs of mental illness along with some explanation as to why I reject the binary question of guilt/innocence due to my experiences and subsequent research. Simply because a person is disturbed does not mean that there was not also interference by a third party doing some combination of exacerbating troubles, causing the symptoms that lead to the plots and/or violent events, and attempts to control the resulting news coverage.

This is especially obvious once you study the real history, though it is often vague due to secrecy and rife with disinformation that blurs the lines of truth and lies. This is especially problematic because it sets the bar higher for exposing it, which I believe to be the main reason for this being the case. “Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence,” some say.

In other words, is it possible to have a serous discussion on brainwashing without including space aliens, the occult, secret societies etc.? The answer is yes but it is very difficult.

The flipside to this coin is just how imperative it is that we have such a discussion. Consider the effect of CIA- and FBI-acquired Russian technology acoustic psycho-correction, for example. In less than one minute, a person’s opinion on a subject can be altered without the subject even being aware that the change wasn’t his or her idea. Imagine the implications for journalism, law, legislation, voting, even the decision to go to war. There is likewise nothing stopping NGOs from using this kind of tech nor individuals who have the money and connections.

This technology does not operate in a vacuum, however. To be truly effective, the target’s psychology must be known to some degree. Enter surveillance for this purpose, as well as associated PSYOPs to provide false data to back up the aasumptions that lead to the surreptitious change in opinion. These three types of operations, surveillance for psychological profile, psychotropic nonlethal weapon technology that inserts foreign thoughts into the target’s head, and covert operations and disinfo campaigns, work together for control.

These methods and tools are also why I say with a straight face that it is entirely possible that even Matt DeHart’s visit to the Russian embassy was not his idea, was not even a choice he could make on his own. For me, there are a few examples, but the most dramatic and “out there” was undoubtedly crossing a bridge under construction in order to visit a fictional person. I had aquaphobia and acrophobia before this. Does that sound like something else is bigger than fear, or what?

Of course that was years ago and I would never do anything that cra–

And last year I quit my job and moved to Chicago because I saw this video * :

WeAreChange, The Persecution of Jeremy Hammond

And wanted an answer to a question. **

It is not as if most of this has not been tried before. The Church hearings made it clear that the law was abandoned due to irrational fears on the parts of the Executive branch, members of Congress, field agents and officers, and the public at large. Whereas this was previously due to the Red Scare, it is now also due to Islamophobia and Climate Change panic.

It is not that there wasn’t something of concern in totalitarian foreign governments, minority sects of radical, murderous groups who use religion as an excuse regardless of label, and I’m certainly a believer in climate change.

No, the problem is opportunists taking advantage of these fears to create rifts in the law and to take a crowbar constructed of fear, secrecy, greed, and intimidation to enlarge those gaps. The larger these gaps become, the more lawless the country is, the more abuse and atrocities occur, the less confidence people have in government and industry, and taken to the extreme end, the dissolution of societal cohesion can and will occur.

What’s changed is the advances in the methods and the knowledge gap of the public at large about them. Some authoritarians say that they don’t want to know. It’s going to affect you now, already had probably and you don’t know it, if only indirectly. You cannot afford to bury your head in the sand or lay down and put a bag over your head until it’s over.

Can there be a bigger issue? Some would say that the collapse of the American Empire would be a good thing. I see their point where the ability to wage endless war, protect corprorate crime, torture and other abuse at the expense of education and positive infrastructure repair is concerned. The problem, of course, is what will take its place? Almost certainly the militaristic domination by a few multinationals who have been hoarding money like it’s the end of the world. I suppose there’s yet another fear to be cashed in on and, really, we are hardwired for that through evolution.

Doesn’t mean it’s true. Doesn’t mean it must go down in a horrific way. Doesn’t mean we have to resort to violence to resolve it, though that is certainly history’s lesson for the most part.

Maybe it’s time to grow up by nurturing a childlike, but not childish, imagination in a positive way. This requires courage. It also requires faith or, to borrow again from the late Douglas Adams, “Don’t Panic.”

It also requires something of an awakening. This is about a struggle with power and how it manifests itself. We, the rest of us, are where power bases itself. We are. A full understanding of this puts an end for the most part of in-fighting. If we’re divided and fighting amongst each other, how are we to stand together and remind power that it doesn’t exist in a vacuum either?

See through the lies accept that it’s worse than you think but don’t succumb to the fear that that would engender.

No matter who or what you may think is behind that portion of our troubles that are not naturally occurring, it is  imperative that attention is drawn to at a minimum the portions of this technology and methods that are not even classified but zealously kept from public scrutiny. Can we afford to take the chance that what I’m suggesting is true, or at least partially so, and fail to act due to fear of being labeled “tinfoil hat?” There’s decades of history on this that includes for example, as much as it sounds cartoonish, the use of former nazi scientists at Fort Detrick, Maryland. This trend also involves Voice of America and everything from rocket science to things like GLADIO. Some spy-related programs are cliche for a reason.



* Luke was arrested yesterday in Denmark for being in the hotel where the Bilderberger group was meeting. He is reportedly out of custody but I’m not sure about his friend Dan who was also arrested.

Luke also reported once receiving a trick link that attempted to put kiddie porn on his phone just before a security search.

** By the way, up shot was getting out of that job. Know I scare people, can’t be helped if I’m also going to be a truthteller, but I assure you it’s not as simple as being a robot. We can all be manipulated. Sometimes it takes another person to point that out when it happens. And we can turn the opposition’s plans against them. Trust me, do it all the time.

Hope you’re doing ok.

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