A Brief on the Evolution of Assassination and Poisoning

Let us begin with the delivery mechanisms of our substances from the Cold War. There were two primary forms.

The first was up close and personal. In order to accomplish this, they hired stage magician John Mulholland under MKULTRA subprojects 4, 15 and 34.

See “Prick” for further background on that coming out of the Canadian McGill University lawsuit against the US and Canadian governments for human experimentation research.

The second we learned of from the Church/Tower hearings regarding the “M-1” device which attached to normal weapons and could fire micro-organisms or substances at targets in two ways, one of which would leave the target unaware that he or she had been fired upon at all. “Prick II.”

But what are we to put into our needle delivery devices? There’s the possibility of the over 140 drugs tested on human subjects under MKULTRA, ARTICHOKE, BLUEBIRD, etc. {though many of those were tested for interrogation and brainwashing purposes}:

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And then there was MKOFTEN, with a few references to it in the Family Jewels:

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You’ll note database references to both drug side-effects, in this case pharmaceuticals, as well psychological effects. CIA was compiling a playbook whereby evoking particular effects would be possible for a number of purposes.

But all or most of that has become irrelevant. Again, the 1999 FOIA document from the US Army on bio-effects of microwaves:

There is, however, a growing perception that microwave irradiation and exposure to low frequency fields can be involved in a wide range of biological interactions. Some investigators are even beginning to describe similarities between microwave irradiation and drugs regarding their effects on biological systems.

And you have your “drug” and your delivery system all rolled up into one. Various “modalities” can be used for a wide range of effects, some of which I documented here under the microwave section, and more recently here and especially here complete with a few examples of how it could have been used. Depression, anger, sleepiness, sleeplessness, confusion, and a lot more, including causing real disease by affecting the blood-brain barrier, can be invoked in a human being using a microwave weapon.

Since it is also nearly or completely untraceable it likewise becomes very, very attractive to the would-be assassin or psyop operative seeking to create a false consensus about a particular individual or group by embarrassing them publicly. Unchecked, this technology which the government has certainly shown ample interest in, is a threat to freedom, to a healthy republic, and human health in general.

And yet we cannot talk about it openly because of the implicit connection to “tinfoil hat.” We assume that there would be checks and balances, despite ample evidence that there are little or no checks and that things are incredibly unbalanced. We forget that any time the CIA commits a crime and it involves state secrets, the Department of Justice has a longstanding agreement not to prosecute.

[CIA General Counsel Lawrence] Houston stressed that deliberate exposure of the MK/ULTRA program by essentially offering it to the press would serve to placate the brewing feeding frenzy over so-called mind control projects, and would divert any investigative attempts into the multi-faceted Artichoke Project.

Houston additionally explained to Rumsfeld and Cheney that, along with the release of MK/ULTRA details to the media, the names of a few former CIA employees, such as Dr. Sidney Gottlieb, would also be released to the press. Incredibly, when the subject of possible federal prosecutions of CIA officials for capital crimes and felonies, such as murder and drug trafficking, came up in their discussion, Houston informed Rumsfeld and Cheney that there was little cause for concern.

Explained the Agency’s General Counsel, since early 1954, following the death of Army biochemist Frank Olson, a secret agreement between the CIA and the U.S. Department of Justice had been put in place whereby the violation of “criminal statutes” by CIA personnel would not result in Department of Justice prosecutions, if “highly classified and complex covert operations” were threatened with exposure. The agreement had been struck between Houston and Deputy Attorney General William P. Rogers in February 1954, not long after Frank Olson’s death, and still remained solidly in place.

Jeffrey Kaye and HP Albarelli Jr., “Cries From the Past: Torture’s Ugly Echoes,” Truthout, 23 May 2010:

truth-out.org/archive/component/k2/item/89725:cries-from-the-past-tortures-ugly-echoes

A reminder about what happened to Frank Olson. He witnessed MI6 testing deadly nerve toxins on UK soldiers and sought counseling with a CIA psychiatrist. Once the psychiatrist notified Gottlieb that one of his own had grown a conscience, Gottlieb arranged a secret meeting at which half the people were supposedly drugged with LSD, Olson included. It was later discovered that Olson may have been given something else, which resulted in a psychological breakdown. Once in NYC for further counseling, CIA had George Hunter White and “Pierre Lafitte” throw Olson out a window and sold the whole thing as a suicide.

And so it all festers, grows, leading us to the disturbing stasi-state of perpetual lies and warfare that we have today. How do we break out of this cycle? Someone has to step up.

As a bonus, you’ll note ‘drug trafficking’ bolded in the quote above along with murder, eg assassination. DEA, like FBI, is in the DoJ. Are poor white Southerners the next ‘market’ for Deep State’s drug running?

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

tennessean.com/story/money/industries/health-care/2015/09/27/overdose-deaths-epidemic-tennessee/32557463/

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:

businessinsider.com/afp-record-afghan-opium-output-prompts-cheaper-us-heroin-supply-un-2015-6

Whether it’s prescription or ‘horse,’ Afghanistan is the gift that keeps on giving to the criminal elite.

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Saucy Jack

There have been several people dismissed recently from the APA with regards to aiding, abetting, and protecting the CIA’s and Department of Defense’s torture program. As I’ve noted recently, there are almost certainly other items the APA has worked with the intelligence community to try to achieve. As the Red Scare was the excuse for abuses that lead to the Church/Tower and other hearings, so it the global war on terror the excuse today. We’ve already seen proof that so many other programs have been reinstated, sometimes even “legalized” by Congress, that we were told in the 1970s were illegal and were assured would never happen again. Opening mail, mass surveillance, spying on and harassing journalists and others, assassination by drone, torture/interrogation/brainwashing, and human experimentation have all been shown to have been occurring since 9/11 {and some of it even before}. How likely is it then that MKULTRA and COINTELPRO have been overlooked?

I’ve written about this before, so this is more of a refresher. The idea of using psychopaths in the service of “government” or multinational corporations is not new. Nor did it begin with the work of Peter Watts:

Rifters II: Maelstrom

Rifters III: Behemoth

But he is good at making the motives and possibilities clear in fiction, taking the ideas of experts and other science fiction writers and running with it. In these two books, a character named Achilles Desjardins is used as a drone pilot. Typical assignments include containing outbreaks of diseases and rebellion via deadly flying robots. He is controlled largely with drugs, until that all goes horribly wrong.

Now, let us recall that the Secretary of Defense was unable to say with any certainty when asked by Congress that the domestic drone rollout which transpired last year would not be used against the American people. Let’s also recall the much-ado about why/should various commercial airlines have been shot down on 9/11. Then, if you really want to dig deep, recall that the original OPERATION NORTHWOODS called for shooting down a plane full of American college students in order to build support for an invasion of Cuba; after being criticized, the modified plan called for shooting down a plane full of dead bodies.

If there’s one meme that must be dispensed with, it is that anyone in power wakes up wondering how they can help the average citizen. That is not what power does, it is not what it thinks about. Rather, how to exploit them is foremost in Power’s mind.

Enter Dick Cheney’s “Walk on the Dark Side.” The speech in which he used the phrase was rather vague in terms of details. But consider this:

Ted “Unabomber” Kaczynski was a CIA test subject. Notorious mobster “Whitey” Bulger was a test subject. Though I have in the past considered him more of an after-the-fact subject of study, Aquarius {though not very accurate historically} has reminded me just how deeply Charles Manson was in the LSD subculture–LSD having been invented on behalf of and extensively tested by the CIA. I may have to rethink that. Lois Lang, shooter of a CIA bag man, was also involved in behavioral modification studies. Multiple MKULTRA subprojects were dedicated to mental illness, and psychopathy in particular.

How then, can one ignore the possibility–probability!–that some thinktank wrote that there should be some manner of harnessing the many serial killers roaming free inside the United States and using them in the war on terror? In an era of mass surveillance? It seems only logical when you want to build a spook army to look for talent who is already good at getting away with murder.

Is there any other basis, apart from the psychological profile of the parties involved and historical precedent, for this idea? Of course there is. The stats on serial killers by the national expert:

Christopher Beam, “The Decline of the Serial Killer,” Slate, 5 January 2011:

slate.com/articles/news_and_politics/crime/2011/01/blood_loss.html

Statistics on serial murder are hard to come by—the FBI doesn’t keep numbers, according to a spokeswoman—but the data we do have suggests serial murders peaked in the 1980s and have been declining ever since. James Alan Fox, a criminology professor at Northeastern University and co-author of Extreme Killing: Understanding Serial and Mass Murder, keeps a database of confirmed serial murderers starting in 1900. According to his count, based on newspaper clippings, books, and Web sources, there were only a dozen or so serial killers before 1960 in the United States. Then serial killings took off: There were 19 in the 1960s, 119 in the ’70s, and 200 in the ’80s. In the ’90s, the number of cases dropped to 141. And the 2000s saw only 61 serial murderers. (Definitions of serial murder” vary, but Fox defines it as “a string of four or more homicides committed by one or a few perpetrators that spans a period of days, weeks, months, or even years.” To avoid double-counting, he assigns killers to the decade in which they reached the midpoint of their careers.)

There are plenty of structural explanations for the rise of reported serial murders through the 1980s. Data collection and record-keeping improved, making it easier to find cases of serial murder. Law enforcement developed more sophisticated methods of investigation, enabling police to identify linkages between cases—especially across states—that they would have otherwise ignored. The media’s growing obsession with serial killers in the 1970s and ’80s may have created a minor snowball effect, offering a short path to celebrity.

And any indication of APA involvement? Yes:

Spencer Ackerman, “Psychologist accused of enabling US torture backed by former FBI chief: Louis Freeh calls report that preceded Stephen Behnke’s ousting from the American Psychological Association leadership a ‘gross mischaracterization’,” Guardian, 12 July 2015:

Behnke has longstanding connections to the FBI. His CV cites his work since 2001 on an FBI child-abduction and serial murder research advisory panel. A John D Behnke, who appears to be his brother, served as a long-time and distinguished FBI agent before joining Freeh’s risk-management firm as a managing director.

Certainly, FBI being retooled to being more Jack Bauer and less Will Graham {and “coincidentally” less interested in fraud committed by banks, for example} could have had something to do with the decline. Assume for a moment, for the sake of argument, that the 2000s should have +/-120 serial killers. Let’s say 20 were found suitable and recruited by the intelligence community for training and special ops. What about the other 40?

USA Today, “Series Of Missing Ohio Women Stirs Fears Of Serial Killer,” WFMY News, 25 June 2015:

wfmynews2.com/story/news/crime/2015/06/25/ohio-serial-killer/29266757/

That town in Ohio is just one of several places with similar issues. Who is the most likely target of serial killers?

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It’s a stereotype for a reason.

The idea then? Local police get sex workers “removed.” They also {with or without the help of the killer} can frame any local criminal they please with the crimes and get them put away as well. It becomes a win-win for a misguided, holier-than-thou, superstitious, fear-mongering and -infested system that also “just happens” to love money and power more than anything else.

BBD – The Missing Link? {Updated}

And it’s the wrong words that make you prick up your ears
When later alone

Several hours after making the previous post live, a possible piece of the Wicked Game puzzle just sort of popped into my head. The problem is it actually makes sense, could explain a great deal. But then…well, you’ll see. While I should not be punishing those very few times I may have been told the truth {you should see the ridiculous crap I don’t even bother posting about}, there’s just something so neat and convenient.

First, let me back up a little.

2004 and on: Plamegate online warrior in which I really did put forth some good counter-arguments to those coming out of the Cheney administration. It related to the invasion of Iraq, which I have always opposed. Even when Bill Maher reversed himself once {“only Bush could imagine a Middle East so different from the one we know” or words to that effect} or when he had the King of Pentagon Stenographers on himself, Bob Woodward, dancing around how the Vice President’s office was illegally going around Congress to give the opposition money and weapons in order to reduce the number of American casualties temporarily in an election year. Always opposed it.

Then there was the Wexler impeachment event. All of this likely due to CIA engaging its unwitting asset to get back at Cheney and the Pentagon for Plamegate and backing Achmed Chalabi as Iraq’s replacement for Saddam Hussein. Would provide plausible deniability and appear as a grassroots kind of movement in which I was just one of many.

Then, let’s say, Cheney’s sycophants inside CIA alert his people to who I am. What is the response? For…

DIA or CIA in 2007-2008 to use me to remind George Clooney of his year from hell during the shooting of Syriana. Yeah, might have been either agency and one imagines DIA has the same non-prosecution agreement with DoJ that CIA has. DIA actually makes some sense, since there’s a chance the movie had CIA backing to begin with. Not sure, but the point was to remind him that he didn’t want to do another piece criticizing the War on Terror and how the US backs torture regimes. At this point, I’m on the radar. So…

{Here’s where the new piece comes in.}

Erik Prince bribes ‘Balding’ to use his capacity as a Department of Homeland Security operative to target me at some point in late 2008. The problem, he needs to hang the op internally on something. He uses the Manning leaks and DoD obliges by setting the date of the initial dealings of Private Manning back to October 2009. The problem? The party-crasher at the Halloween Party in October and the garbage was stolen in November 2008. The timeline shoots that tenuous connection right out of the water.

The purpose, as I’ve noted before, to turn me into the Lois Lang to Jeremy Scahill’s Nick Deak. The Squidgate op is initiated once they are ready to partially cloud the real issue and to hit two or three birds with one stone.

Now, who is missing from this scenario? Who comes out smelling like a rose when it’s all about “Blame the Republicans”? I’ll give you a hint, it’s a political party. If I didn’t know better, I’d swear the Democrats want to be friends again. And with an election coming up.

I have several responses to that.

Remember my drive out of Minneapolis a few days after 11/11/11? Because I sure as hell do.

The rest of what I’m thinking is far less polite.

Of course nothing will ever come of any of those things I listed above. Cheney is untouchable. So is Prince, obviously…he’s back in the States and there’s no peep about any of the many charges that lead to him fleeing for some time to the UAE.

As for Balding, I expect to see Obama giving him medal any day now. At worst, he’ll be pushed out of DHS and wind up working as a contractor perhaps with a cushier training, sales, or desk job. Rewarded, as people always are in the US, for doing horrible things.

What the Sony Hack Really Means {Updated x2}

This Sony hack bullshit is a false flag operation, one way or another. Whether China or Russia perpetrated it {it was sophisticated and required resources that North Korea likely doesn’t have} as payback for NSA intrusions, or the NSA or a subcontractor spoofed the IPs, it is pure bullshit. That it actually has promoted, rather than really hurt, in the longrun a film that, like Zero Dark Thirty and torture, glorifies assassination, tells you immediately that it’s the brainchild of Langley with the loving approval of President Barack Cheney.

Update:

Yep.

Boot, William, “Exclusive: Sony Emails Say State Department Blessed Kim Jong-Un Assassination in ‘The Interview’,” 17 December 2014:

http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2014/12/17/exclusive-sony-emails-allege-u-s-govt-official-ok-d-controversial-ending-to-the-interview.html

It’s all about glorifying war, and look who has jumped on the bandwagon.

Fleming Jr., Mike, “Hollywood Cowardice: George Clooney Explains Why Sony Stood Alone In North Korean Cyberterror Attack,” MSN, 19 December 2014:

http://www.msn.com/en-us/movies/news/hollywood-cowardice-george-clooney-explains-why-sony-stood-alone-in-north-korean-cyberterror-attack/ar-BBgYNgR

The free speech point is of course not lost on me. And, yes, you should be able to make whatever movie you like. But George knows good and goddam well what happens when you do. Good to know CIA made George their bitch after all, as they have with Obama. All for nothing, what a goddamned surprise.

Update 2, part 1:

Rappaport, Jon, “Newsflash: George Clooney doesn’t know N. Korea hacked Sony — What? George Clooney knows N. Korea hacked Sony? Really?,” 20 December 2014:

http://jonrappoport.wordpress.com/2014/12/20/newsflash-george-clooney-doesnt-know-n-korea-hacked-sony/

This is the routine, over and over again with stars.

“Listen, GMO farming will save Africa. We have the data. Forget the crazies running around saying Monsanto is Satan. We’ve done the studies. This is Science.”

“We had nothing to do with the mess in the Ukraine. I promise you. That’s Russian propaganda.”

“Don’t believe the people who say we’re funding terrorists. That’s crap.”

After all, we slap banks who fund terrorists and launder drug money on the wrist with a wet noodle. We must be the good guys.

Pearson, James, “Forget the politics, Sony executives say North Korea comedy ‘desperately unfunny’,” Reuters, 19 December 2014:

mobile.reuters.com/article/idUSKBN0JX0B020141219?irpc=932

Perfect reason to seek help from those who approved and co-funded the piece of shit.

Of course the alternate explanation involves “hackers bad,” just at the point the Department of Schmustice delayed once again an already agreed to sentencing plea deal with Barrett Brown. The Obama administration is seeking to scare the pants off of Judge Lindsey at the same time they are promoting American exceptionalism in forcing food up anuses, murdering reporters with hacked car EPROMs, and blowing brown children apart with drones.

Update 2, part 2:

Undercoverinfo, “Barrett Brown: why his sentencing hearing was sabotaged; his case should now be thrown out,” 19 December 2014:

undercoverinfo.wordpress.com/2014/12/19/barrett-brown-why-his-sentencing-hearing-was-sabotaged-his-case-should-now-be-thrown-out/

On Tuesday the sentencing of Barrett Brown, a US journalist, was delayed for a second time and postponed until January 22 of next year. At the hearing the prosecution dramatically presented 500 pages of new evidence, seemingly unrelated to the charges to which Brown was awaiting sentencing. The only explanation for this is that it was a clumsy attempt by the prosecution to provide the judge with a basis for awarding a maximum sentence at the January hearing.

And so, coupled with knocking the Torture Report off of the front page, this begins to look like another 3D chess move to preserve CIA’s ass-stuffing, broken-bottle-raping, hide.

So let’s fix some of that.

Leopold, Jason, “The Weird Saga of the Other ‘Smoking Gun’ Torture Report the CIA Still Has Under Wraps,” VICE, 18 December 2014:

https://news.vice.com/article/the-weird-saga-of-the-other-smoking-gun-torture-report-the-cia-still-has-under-wraps

But last week, outgoing Senator Mark Udall of Colorado, in his final speech on the Senate floor and in the wake of the release of the Senate Intelligence Committee’s executive summary of the so called torture report, discussed the document at length. Udall called the still-secret CIA report — dubbed the Panetta Review after former CIA Director Leon Panetta — a “smoking gun.”

And:

Kaye, Jeff, “SSCI Confirms Staff Visited CIA’s Salt Pit Prison in 2003, No Records of Visit Kept at CIA Request,” FireDogLake, 18 December 2014:

http://dissenter.firedoglake.com/2014/12/17/ssci-confirms-staff-visited-cias-salt-pit-prison-in-2003-no-records-of-visit-kept-at-cia-request/

Kaye, Jeff, “Torture program linked to discredited, illegal CIA techniques,” AJAM, 18 December 2014:

http://america.aljazeera.com/blogs/scrutineer/2014/12/18/torture-mitchelljessenmkultra.html

Any suggestion of the drugging of prisoners in the post-9/11 era could be explosive. The application of “mind-altering substances or other procedures calculated to disrupt profoundly the senses or the personality” is a serious violation of federal law, with convictions bringing sentences up to 20 years in prison.

Still, details and language in the SSIC report could be seen to be pointing in that direction.

Allegations of the use of pharmacological agents against detainees exist in the summary. Authors of the SSCI report cite repeated statements by “high-value” prisoner Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri that his CIA captors drugged him. The report does not comment further on this issue, though at least one other prisoner is described as being “sedated” at one point.

Wow, 20 years. Hm.

It is not about protecting you in your goddam rented trailer. It’s about treating generals and admirals like the demigods they know that they are. It’s about shoving Dick Cheney’s friends so much money that they can buy whoever gets elected in 2016 {they already have}. It’s about working our way up to murdering as many dark skinned people, gays, atheists, activists, and freethinkers as possible under the guise of “we gotta do something about climate change.” This excuse is belied by the fact that the US Department of Defense is the world’s largest polluter. No, that’s really about expanding the defense and intelligence markets domestically because that also helped to buy Congress, just as it did during Vietnam.

More:

Sirota, David, “Forgetting the Past, One Military Movie at a Time,” TruthOut, 26 February 2012:

http://www.truth-out.org/opinion/item/6870:forgetting-the-past-one-military-movie-at-a-time

The scheme is simple: The Pentagon allows studios to use military hardware and bases at a discounted, taxpayer-subsidized rate.

In exchange, filmmakers must submit their scripts to the Pentagon for line edits. Not surprisingly, those edits often redact criticism of military policy, revise depictions of historical failures, and generally omit anything else that might make audiences wonder if our current defense policy is repeating past mistakes.

In contrast to Obama’s murderous romp, Angelina Jolie made a war movie about forgiveness. Like Kill the Messenger, it’s not getting the attention it deserves. In her case, it was because she became ill:

Gates, Daniel, “Angelina Jolie Has Chicken Pox, Forced to Cancel ‘Unbroken’ Appearances,” MSN, 13 December 2014:

http://www.msn.com/en-us/movies/celebrity/angelina-jolie-has-chicken-pox-forced-to-cancel-unbroken-appearances/ar-BBgIrOT

The film is about a former POW who, in 1950, went back to Japan and testified about the atrocities committed in the prison camp while he was there. He met again many of the prison guards and the Colonel in charge of the camp and told them he forgave them. Of course, this “Christian” nation, whether you mean the Mormons in CIA, the Catholics in DoD, or whatever the hell people like Obama and Hillary and their cousins W and Jeb really are, don’t want to hear about healing and an end to conflict. Money is far more important to all of these groups because that’s just how they measure “God’s love.” Of course the Hollywood version toned down the Jesus stuff some. And of course what has upset televangelists is that, so they get to dismiss the peace, love, forgiveness parts.

This is a thoroughly screwed up chunk of Earth.

Even the War Nerd gets it. I don’t care, this is newsworthy. Again, you can see why they are so frustrated. That is, if you still give the slightest shit about human beings. Our government and its West Coast propaganda machine clearly do not.

Brecher, Gary, “The War Nerd: More proof the US defense industry has nothing to do with defending America,” Pando Daily, 18 December 2014:

pando.com/2014/12/18/the-war-nerd-more-proof-the-us-defense-industry-has-nothing-to-do-with-defending-america/

It makes no sense. I’ll just say that right up front. The reason it doesn’t seem to make any sense is that it doesn’t. There are no secret reasons here, no top-security considerations that justify any of this. It’s corruption, pure and simple. The sooner you understand that the US defense industry has nothing at all to do with defending America, and everything to do with making Dick Cheney’s buddies even richer, the more quickly you’ll be able to understand what’s going on.

And the reason they found it inappropriate is as simple as a liquor store holdup: money. …

Nothing will get done. No one will go to jail for any of this filth. You can get 15 years for robbing a 7-11, but the filth in the three-letter agencies, the service procurement officers who slip into comfy industry jobs between administrations, the corrupt project managers socking it away on an aircraft they know is worthless; not one of those pigs will do a day in prison for any of it.

It’s not that Obama has been disappointing as an antiwar progressive. It’s that he’s been consistently disappointing as any kind of antiwar president, the reason he was elected in the first place.

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They all look like televangelists to me.

NSA Surveillance and Remembering 9/11

The chairman of the House intelligence committee is defending the NSA surveillance of Americans by asking us to recall 9/11.

I agree. Let’s do that. Let’s do that by starting with asking why it is that 9/11 looks so much like OPERATION NORTHWOODS and why the chairman isn’t concerned about that.

Here it is again:

The National Security Archive (with a link to the original documents)

ABC News

Planned to conduct false-flag terror attacks on US soil. Planned to blow up a ship (like USS Cole). Planned to shoot down/blow up a plane with US college students on board.

These are the kinds of people trusted with our security. With holding nuclear weapons safe. With providing the President and Congress with information in order to make informed decisions. Willing to kill Americans in order to make political gain.

But wait. How could acts carried out by Al Qaeda be false-flag? You bet. Voice-to-skull, acoustic psycho-correction. Combined with whatever eggs were laid, seeds were planted in Afghanistan in the 80s (Charlie Wilson’s war era) and the 90s (University of Nevada, big energy meets with the Taliban era), it’s not only possible, it’s the only logical conclusion to make.

But then there’s the not so obvious question, that is not so obvious if you take the chairman’s intended cue and cower in fear, which Americans were involved in the 9/11 plot? Which Americans (with PRISM, we’re talking about everyone) need watching because of 9/11?

Well, I could suggest Dick Cheney (who tried to re-classify as many documents as possible including NORTHWOODS) and the generals who still dotted-line report to him. I could say Buzzy Krongard since his former trading company attempted to short-sell airline stock on 9/11 for an as yet unnamed client or clients. I could say George Tenet since he was away from Langley on the morning. I could say NSA since they were the ones who rewrote the history of the Gulf of Tonkin incident. Lots of behavior associated with guilt there.

But those are the kinds of people in charge of the security, intelligence, and defense systems.

Now I know I can say this same thing over and over again. Maybe there will be some movement and maybe there won’t.

But when you’re sitting there, not too far down the road, and Americans are both being blown up with drones and locked away in NDAA prisons without legal recourse, when Erik Prince is back as Secretary of Homeland Security, when the internet is policed and censored by the government so we can’t even discuss these issues, when war is a permanent state (well, that’s already true, isn’t it?), when Monsanto decides who gets to eat and who gets to starve…and more. Know that this was your chance to turn things around.

And that you blew it.

Torture and the Boston Marathon Bombing

The article on the NY Times article discussed over here at Reason mentions the curious timing of the report coming out and the bombing taking the headlines away. The quote from the former article:

A nonpartisan, independent review of interrogation and detention programs in the years after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks concludes that ‘it is indisputable that the United States engaged in the practice of torture’ and that the nation’s highest officials bore ultimate responsibility for it.

How could it be more obvious? Murder your own citizens in order to cover up previous illegal activities. It will continue as well, you can bet on it. There is no low too low for these criminals to stoop to.

Here’s more on CIA shaping the pro-torture film Zero Dark Thirty.

And more from Sibel Edmonds on the bombers’ uncle Ruslan Tsarni and his connection to Graham Fuller and why that’s important over here.

Too Damn Close

“So, you aren’t so much fighting me as you are human nature.”
–Moriarity, Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows

“Vaal hungers. Vaal calls to us.”
–“The Apple” episode of ST:TOS (roughly)

“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

WARNING: Contains religion and science. Contents may be explosive in combination.

A 12/24/12 letter printed in the Sunday 1/6/13 Times Herald:

Nation must restore its devotion to God

A nation and I mourn the murders of 26 people—20 of them children. The public cries out for gun reform and protection of the innocent children.

I look to God Almighty, who is a great and glorious God, and ask for mercy upon this nation.

On June 25, 1962, we, as a nation declared that there will be no more state-sanctioned or mandatory prayer in public schools and on June 17, 1963, that there would be no more Bible readings in public schools.

On Jan. 22, 1973, abortion was made legal in this country. God loves children. In fact God wants us to defend the fatherless and the weak.

Call it sowing and reaping. Call it karma. Call it spiritual law. For nearly 50 years, we, as a nation have told God we don’t want you or your Bible in our schools. For nearly 40 years, we as a nation, put the pursuit of happiness, convenience, money and reputation before the lives of unborn babies.

I love God. I love people, and I love this country. I can’t fix it, but I declare this: God, I want you, your words and your laws back in my nation and schools. Lord God, please forgive this nation for trampling you under our feet.

We, as a nation, should teach our children that our Creator made them and loves them. God requires we love Him and each other.

God, I love and need you. If we, as a nation separate ourselves from the God who made us great, how long will our greatness last?

So close and yet worlds apart. The fact is that it was men who engineered this, men who even carried it out, men who approved it, and men who profit from it would seem to be missing the point, but then things like MKULTRA aren’t taught in high school history classes.

While on the one hand I am glad for any influence that makes a human being utilize their better selves for dealing with the world, how far are we from tyranny when superstition is the result of witnessing the seemingly senseless? How long before a sociopathic social dominator comes along and fools people like this by stating on the one hand, yes, religion should be mandatory in public schools and on the other that sinners (as defined by the sociopath via biblical cherry-picking) should be stoned? Should be burned at the stake? Should be placed in military-controlled concentration camps? Should be tortured for the “good” of their souls, to appease an angry God?

I say thanks to subliminals, the lack of legislation regulating their use, loss of civilian control of the military, rampant domestic cloak-and-dagger, and the general cowardice and greed of elected officials and current and former bureaucrats as well as their corporate counterparts, not far at all. Too damn close as a matter of fact.

The Bible teaches to “test the spirits,” by which I think it means, simplifying it, “is this borne of love and faith or hate and fear?” And yet, so many will, out of the latter, look the other way when the round-ups begin, and some portion of that will gleefully join in on what they are told is God’s little torture-fest against sin. These events are not far off.

One thing I agree with the author on, gun control is not the solution. There are always ways to kill lots of people without guns. And yet our progressive media continues to toot that horn, refuses to accept that there is a massive effort behind this, because they fear looking foolish, being accused of being conspiracy theorists. What will it take? The first mass deaths via those unmanned drones being rolled out? The collection of people into NDAA concentration camps? I’m certain they will manage to rationalize those away as well (while simultaneously at least complaining about them).

Though the author of the letter at least gives lip-service (once) to money, it is only in the context of abortion (and at a time when over-population is the real, largest problem we face) and not the rampant greed that has lead to indefinite wars (and soon indefinite detainment) and the robbery from on high of personal property. That greed in high places has lead to most of the world’s ills that we see today, including the shootings.

By leaving those other forms of “sin” out, the author shows just how well the arguments of the social dominators have worked. If it is liberal to want religion out of schools (in order to protect the liberties of those who wish to raise their children the way they please) and that is a bad thing, then by extension, anything a liberal wants must also be bad because they “defy” God. And therefore, anything a conservative wants must be good because they are the “opposite”. That’s the lie, that’s why we are where we are.

Which group wants support for the hungry, elderly and sick and which wants to leave it up to the individual to decide if a starving person “deserves” to eat, to have shelter, to have access to health care, to make the power structure even more incredibly, dangerously, lopsided? Which wants to spend on nothing but warfare and a hideously bloated security industry? Which wants to kill education altogether, to replace it with whatever will make people more willing to go along with more grand robberies, to create an atmosphere in which we all thank the robbers for taking away all that we possess? Which has sat back while crime after crime, nearly all of them harmful to the country that the author of this letter claims to love, goes unpunished? (Though I grant the others in government have done that last part as well).

They are well aware of what the Bible says and yet reject such things as the “eye of the needle” and “giving until it hurts.” So I don’t think lack of Bible education is the problem. Nor is the Almighty Sky Killer Robot that requires constant re-affirmation or he’ll command someone to shoot your kids.

That’s the meaning of the letter, isn’t it? God loves to murder kids because we don’t kiss his ass enough. That’s quite an inferiority complex the Creator of the Universe has according to these people.

Instead we see the same old arguments we have heard from one of the most corrupt institutions in world history. One so debauched that it thinks nothing of laundering drug cartel money because it enriches them. How many birth defects, stillborns, result from drug exposure during pregnancy? How many children die as a result of drug-related violence daily? Yet they only harp on abortion because they make money off of the other and they want more warm bodies to increase their influence, their reach.

And then, speaking of God loving children, there are the many, many coverups, the shuffling of pedophile priests. The largest scandal in history was recent in a developed European country, not from the Middle Ages in the middle of a largely unexplored continent. They turn around and blame “gays” for joining their ranks, attempt to deflect blame for their coverups, their ignoring of the crimes committed and engage in incessant foot-dragging when it comes to making financial amends to those who they harmed. Of course, it’s only mammon they actually worship. Going after abortion just means more future members to them, and it is not out of any concern over children or they wouldn’t be laundering drug money, would they? Hypocrisy.

Hypocrisy in places of power must be addressed first. If God gave us brains, he must have intended for us to use them, right?

By the way, in case you aren’t yet scared s***less, here’s an article on scopolamine, and how it frighteningly resembles both MKULTRA ’55 memo item 6, “Materials which will render the induction of hypnosis easier or otherwise enhance its usefulness”— and is a possible candidate for the “zombie apocalypse” drug of unknown origin.

[Bogata drug dealer Demencia Black] told Vice that scopolamine can be blown in the face of a passer-by in the street, and within minutes, that person is under the drug’s effect—scopolamine is odorless and tasteless.

“You can guide them wherever you want,” he explained. “It’s like they’re a child.”

Prevents memories from being formed during its effects also. Better than rufies in that regard and has been responsible for many rapes in Colombia the article says.

It sounds so crazy that people thought it an urban legend. Just keep ignoring it.

Switching subjects a bit. Back to the rash of thefts at work.

The message there is clear enough. My supervisor publicly blamed the Squidgate juror’s son for it all without the slightest bit of anything resembling evidence.

This is supposed to undermine my confidence in what I’ve been doing here, you see. One or more of these terminally corrupt organizations is hoping that I draw a parallel between that and, for example, pointing the finger at CIA for re-engaging in that which the public record already shows that they have (including the recent use of mefloquine on detainees, which DoD also engaged in), or NSA being involved since it’s the top dog in Top Secret America, is part of DoD, and had a promoter of military control of the Internet at its helm (who was also CIA director for a time).

Also, anyone who has bothered to do their research on my situation or has been following this for more than these three years knows good and damn well that I did not at first suspect CIA, FBI or any other US organization of wrongdoing. CIA and FBI were, for example, the “good guys” in The Wisp, the “bad guys” being those who knowingly sought to profit off of 9/11. Additionally, my initial instinct back when I emailed some of them back in December ’09/January ’10 was that this had to be foreign interference, had to be a foreign power doing these things, or failing that, Cheney’s stay-behinds seeking to undermine the Obama administration. The subsequent discovery of the link to the Open Government Directive would seem to have supported that latter notion.

And yet it continued unabated no matter what I did, no matter who I contacted, no matter how much support I attempted to show for the current administration *, I just got screwed harder and it still hasn’t stopped.

So let me say it again as though I’m talking to sixth-graders (because it certainly seems that way most of the time when I manage kid myself into thinking eleven year olds are actually this f***ing dense):

1) Whether it is you directly, you using your many corporate surrogates to avoid responsibility, or you using a loose association of spooks who get paid through business fronts indirectly to avoid responsibility, is irrelevant because it’s still you at the heart of it;

2) Even if, by some unthinkably odd turn of events and circumstances it is not you, not those surrogates, it is your f***ing job to prevent these kinds of things, terror-by-proxy, surreptitious drugging, etc. from occurring. It is your job to uphold the Constitution as it is all of those who have taken such oaths and yet break them daily over manufactured excuses and the most contorted re-interpretations of the law imaginable.

3) I have been left no choice at all but to make best guesses as to who, what and why. That’s all I am given. The only other option, apart from those I’ve outlined time and again, generally being driven to violence, is to sit back and wait until this problem somehow miraculously fixes itself. Been going on in close to its current form since the early 80s. That means there are other people who have waited for this miraculous revelation that has not come, will not come until someone puts their foot down, for a lot longer than I have.

Am I to engage in random FOIA requests, hoping to finally land upon the correct culprit, the correct choice of words? I had my scant savings taken from me along with my job. How can a poor person ever hope to get information from paranoid parts of the US government? Who is there to help? Not a single goddam person or entity I can see. Besides, I’ve hit some of those who should as well, to no avail. There are currently also multiple FOIA denials and dodges going on by this government as has been reported on extensively by Truth Out. If they can’t get to the truth, how can I be expected to?

Then you have the strong possibility, a very strong likelihood in my opinion, that there are–in addition to the seventeen major intelligence organizations known to exist in the US government–one or more additional ones we don’t even know exist. NSA itself was created in the 1950s, was denied as existing I think even after the hearings in the 1970s as far as most people were concerned, as far as the mainstream media reported on it. Precious little has been known about it at all until fairly recently, largely due to the investigative reporting of James Bamford.

If so, am I supposed to guess at the name of the agency involved, guess which department it is under (knowing that it may even be its own department) without a website, without instructions as to how to contact its Inspector General, assuming such an entity even has one? Why would it? People don’t know it exists. How can they therefore complain when it runs them over for no good reason other than the greed and maliciousness of people in power?

The system is broken. There is no question about it. Someone is playing God, deciding who gets to be used for domestic black ops training purposes, who gets to be experimented on, who gets to live and who gets to die and who gets to profit off of all of that.

No choice.

To put it simply for you sixth-graders, my response to your suggestion of waiting while I am being tortured almost daily as are multiple other people I don’t even know, while people I do know are harassed, threatened, and the subjects of things like arranged car accidents, etc. is: kiss my ass.

Again, simple: even if it isn’t (directly) you, it is you.

You are either part of the solution or part of the problem. Where is the slightest goddam indication of progress of ending this madness after over thirty years of the most recent behavioral modification programs? Not even research any more so much as training and actual operations designed to undo, to utterly destroy what this country was founded on: the right to disagree civilly on any damn subject imaginable.

With a proxy civil war looming (in which only the puppets will pay the price while the powerful hide behind them), massive surveillance by criminals who only seek to enrich themselves by offering to fix the problems they themselves created, mass murder at any time, any place, and you suggest waiting until evidence that I cannot hope to ever acquire due to assholes hiding behind those words “national security”? You expect me to wait?

You’e not just psychopathic sixth-graders, you are delusional ones as well.

My supervisor went about assuming guilt because he doesn’t like someone, tried to fit the truth around who he dislikes, wanted it to be that way. He didn’t care about the truth at all.

Conversely, I dislike these organizations because of what they have done and continue to do. I initially assumed their innocence, assumed this could never happen in the United States, that there were checks and balances, something resembling oversight and legal restraints. I sought the truth and this is where it has lead.

There is no comparison really, merely the stark contrast. Even if innocent of direct involvement there is guilt by criminal negligence. It’s a done deal, not debatable in any significant way.

Kiss. My. Ass.

* Which seems to more and more resemble a Cheney administration every day. See the signing statement of the 2013 NDAA regarding disliking the additional protections for whistleblowers. See how John Kiriakou is facing prison time and not the at-least-five Bush White House officials who revealed the identity of Valerie Plame-Wilson to the press before the Novak article was published. (A fine legal point hardly ever discussed because they instead tried to lay it all on Richard Armitage in order to protect themselves and the lame MSM just repeated what they are told and what talking heads were paid to come out and say). This, despite the fact that Kiriakou was indeed whistleblowing and the neocons were both engaging in revenge and political silencing of the truth, the exact opposite of whistleblowing. This, despite the fact that it undermines the whole point of the Open Government Directive in the first place, spits in the face of democracy and embraces the tenets of neoconservatism which state that the truth in government is not only unnecessary, it is a bad thing. About as close to Goebbels in terms of thinking as it gets, isn’t it?

What do these kinds of reversals mean? Obama gave up? Obama has been blackmailed, bought, intimidated? Obama has been brainwashed? That he has been convinced that this is the will of the American people for the president to be a murderous maniac who engages in torture, human experimentation, and assassination of US citizens, inhumane treatment of anyone he damn well pleases for any reason at all as long as the US is “at war” (which will of course be forever)? Red kryptonite?

Human nature is a complicated thing. When most people are pointed out as behaving like the “bad guys”, they tend to want to prove otherwise. It’s not as one-sided as some would make it out to be.