And So It Came To Pass

When I wrote The Wisp, a story involving privatization of the intelligence community and warfare, I had thought that I was gazing down the road ten years or so. It wasn’t until the WaPo exposé Top Secret America that I realized it had already happened mostly in 2004 and 2005.

Twenty-two months ago or so, I started a “Fauxpocalypse” novel entitled Infernis. The idea behind the fake end times term, self-fulfilling prophecy can be as dangerous as, in my opinion perhaps moreso, than the supernatural. For the unfinished novel, a system that absorbs too much of those beliefs is susceptible to the same delusional thinking. Think HAL 9000 meets War Games.

Then, about 10 and a half months ago, started the sequel, Inthrallis. This one is in part based on experiences with some of those items listed in that old 1955 draft CIA MKULTRA memorandum:

11. Substances which will produce “pure” euphoria with no subsequent let-down.

12. Substances which alter personality structure in such a way that the tendency of the recipient to become dependent upon another person is enhanced.

I may expound on that later, but as I’ve noted below, the scope of the project quickly grew and before 1960 they were looking at what makes us decide to vote, child personality development, mental illness, minorities, criminals, hypnotism, means of control and altering personality, etc.

August of last year was before the MINERVA stuff made it into the news. It’s apparently gotten a nickname now, “FBULTRA,” which I think is appropriate.

The theme of Inthallis is similar in that it still circles around self-fulfilling prophecy but this time it’s a sort of anti-Christ figure. Superstition as crowd-control and flimflam predates even Judaism, so it should not be taken as an attack against religion as a whole.

Superstition and inquistion-lite are making big comebacks.

Exorcism:

VICE, “EXORCIST REVIVAL,” Staff, 16 June 2014:

vice.com/read/exorcist-revival

VICE, “Why the Vatican’s Recognition of Exorcism Is Important,” Kayla Ruble, 4 July 2014:

news.vice.com/article/why-the-vaticans-recognition-of-exorcism-is-important

Witch Hunts:

NYTimes OpEd, “The Persecution of Witches, 21st-Century Style,” Motch Horowitz, 5 July 2014:

nytimes.com/2014/07/05/opinion/the-persecution-of-witches-21st-century-style.html

In some communities, it is chiefly young men who take on the role of witch hunters, suggesting that they may see it as a way to earn prestige by cleansing undesirables and enforcing social mores. That many of the self-appointed witch hunters are men highlights another baleful aspect of the phenomenon: The majority of victims are women. The Rev. Jack Urame of the Melanesian Institute, a Papua New Guinean human rights agency, estimates that witchcraft-related violence there is directed 5 to 1 against women, suggesting that witchcraft accusations are used to cloak gender-based violence.

Another factor, particularly in Central Africa and its diaspora communities, is the advent of revivalist churches, in which self-styled pastor-prophets rail against witchery and demon possession. They often claim to specialize in the casting out of evil spirits, sometimes charging for the service. Many of those congregations have emerged from Western evangelizing efforts.

Globalization means that paranoia over black magic and spirit possession are no longer confined to developing nations. Mass migration has made this a pervasive problem. In January, a Queens, N.Y., man was arrested for beating to death with a hammer his girlfriend, Estrella Castaneda, 56, and her daughter, Lina Castaneda, 25; Carlos Alberto Amarillo told the police that the women were “witches,” who had been “performing voodoo and casting spells” on him.

There’s lots more. Our ally and assistant chief shaper of foreign policy, Saudi Arabia, for example, and the UK.

Persecution of LGBTs:

MotherJones, “Meet the American Pastor Behind Uganda’s Anti-Gay Crackdown: Scott Lively has stirred up hate from Moscow to Kampala. Watch him in action,” Mariah Blake, 10 March 2014:

motherjones.com/politics/2014/03/scott-lively-anti-gay-law-uganda

HuffPo, “Russia’s Anti-Gay Law Is One Of My ‘Proudest Achievements,’ Claims Pastor Scott Lively,” Gay Voices, 24 September 2013:

huffingtonpost.com/2013/09/24/russia-scott-lively-_n_3982608.html

He also blames the Ukraine situation on gays, but then so does Putin:

The Advocate, “Putin Claims ‘Gay Nazis’ Behind Ukrainian Unrest: The Russian president takes a page out of a notorious antigay American evangelical’s playbook and claims that gay people are the cause of the current conflict in Ukraine,” Sunnivie Brydum, 16 May 2014:

advocate.com/world/2014/05/16/putin-claims-gay-nazis-behind-ukrainian-unrest

The problem, the Ukraine’s neonazi movement is not Russia’s doing, but rather the US and NATO:

Global Research, “The U.S. has Installed a Neo-Nazi Government in Ukraine,” Michel Chossudovsky, 2 March 2014:

globalresearch.ca/the-u-s-has-installed-a-neo-nazi-government-in-ukraine/5371554

“The flowering of democracy” in Ukraine –to use the words of the New York Times– is endorsed by Republicans and Democrats. It’s a bipartisan project. Lest we forget, Senator John McCain is a firm supporter and friend of Neo Nazi Svoboda leader Oleh Tyahnybok (Image right).

mccain-and-svoboda-leader

And it comes back around full circle:

DailyMailUK, “Palin under fire over African pastor friend who waged witch-hunt against woman he believed caused car crashes,” Paul Thompson, 18 September 2008:

dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1057181/Palin-African-pastor-friend-waged-witch-hunt-woman-believed-caused-car-crashes.html

Lest you think 2016 and beyond will look any different:

Gawker, “You’ll Never Guess Hillary Clinton’s Favorite Book,” Hamilton Nolan, 16 June 2014:

gawker.com/youll-never-guess-hillary-clintons-favorite-book-1591353415

NYTimes, “The Next Act of the Neocons: Are Neocons Getting Ready to Ally With Hillary Clinton?” Jacob Heilbrunn, 5 July 2014:

nytimes.com/2014/07/06/opinion/sunday/are-neocons-getting-ready-to-ally-with-hillary-clinton.html

I really am starting to wonder about that brain injury–attributed to a fall–that Karl Rove has been accusing Hillary of having. I know, consider the source…but have some problems squaring Obama and Clinton on so many issues these days without resorting to the mind affecting tech and/or intimidation hypotheses.

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The Underdog

Or, “Proud to Be a Failure…as a Manchurian Candidate”

What are you supposed to do in this situation? You have only circumstantial evidence and, as I’ve seen with people like former NSA contractor Technodyne employee as well as a story heard today about a woman almost certainly exposed to radiation of some kind from energy weapon R&D in an area of California where you can’t throw a colita without hitting an aerospace or related company, employee, etc., evidence only helps if there’s someone brave enough to go to bat for you, whether that be a politician, a journalist, or an attorney.

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Your Ass Broke?

(Note: There is more to this story. This is just one piece. I know it can be frustrating only reading part of it. In time.)

Received this earlier today:

Dear Tennessee MoveOn member,

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To help, MoveOn has launched a website called SignOn.org, where you can create your very own petition to Governor Bill Haslam or the Tennessee legislature on whatever issues you’re most concerned about.

We’ll help make sure all the signatures get delivered and even send the most popular petitions to other MoveOn members in the state. But don’t wait—it is urgent that you act now before these issues are decided.

Click here to create your petition to Gov. Haslam or the Tennessee legislature.

Thanks for all you to do.

It’s like they think I’m the gay Martin Luther King, Jr. or something and not a witness to illegal human experimentation by the US government. Kinda makes you wonder how you wound up in a red state that you left on f***ing purpose over two decades ago because people are this f***ing stupid in the first place.

Like I said, they’d drive horses to death or run over cats and dogs just to impress PETA while not doing a single goddamn thing to actually help other than being on time. That’s your Democratic Party. That’s also your government. Granted, the bills haven’t passed yet, so there’s not yet an official opportunity to strut and make hypocritical declarations of un-Constitutionality to appear in support of something that every lack of action indicates just isn’t so.

But then there is right now ample opportunity to get a witness killed taking on the Good Ol’ Boys network in the Volunteer State and not raising any questions about how it happened.

Disguised as Angels of Light

McClatchy DC:

The Mormon church has revealed in a campaign filing that the church spent nearly $190,000 to help pass Proposition 8, the November ballot measure that banned gay marriage in California.

The disclosure comes amid an investigation by the state’s campaign watchdog agency into whether the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints violated state laws by not fully disclosing its involvement during the campaign.

While many church members had donated directly to the Yes on 8 campaign – some estimates of Mormon giving range as high as $20 million – the church itself had previously reported little direct campaign activity.

But in the filing made Friday, the Mormon church reported thousands in travel expenses, such as airline tickets, hotel rooms and car rentals for the campaign. The church also reported $96,849.31 worth of “compensated staff time” – hours that church employees spent working to pass the same-sex marriage ban.

And:

CIA connection to LDS

Can’t find many of those quoted periodicals online anymore. There was also a few NYTimes articles about the inordinate number of Mormons recruited in the 80s by CIA around the same time as the car bombings in SLC. This was not only for cover (they were often in missionary positions), but the willingness to follow orders without question from having been indoctrinated to do the same by the church and the hilariously misguided belief that they were beyond corruption. (When you always follow orders without question, you are by definition corrupt. It’s not moral fortitude nor is it patriotism to blindly follow unjust leaders and to perform illegal acts, that’s prostituting one’s beliefs, exchanging them for a lie, for someone else’s fiancial gain).

(Mind you, I’ve known mormons and found them to be nice people on the whole. Heck, it was a mormon taught me and my friends to play D&D as a twelve year old. It’s these other kinds, these dangerously radical sorts who are willing to do anything to subvert democracy and civil rights–which is what made the USA special in the world–that give the rest a bad name. They’re no different from any other group of militant religious zealots whether it’s Timothy McVeigh or the Iranian government executing teenagers for being in love with each other.)

When you couple things like the systemic torture of American teenagers through the Worldwide Specialty Schools system (to provide the military industrial complex with sociopaths) (See what I mean? Hypocrites.. Yeah, okay, I guess they’re consistent on torture; doesn’t matter who it is) with the kidnapping and sale of American toddlers to foreign countries (to keep the mammon-oil flowing) that you know you’ve got a group of diabolical deviants all dressed up in nonmagical undergarments.

Yes, hypocrites. especially in light of what they did towards the end of 2010 using voice-to-skull: “talked” five kids into suicide in two three weeks. Unforgivable. And letting me know that they did that: really, really stupid. Following orders without question. It’s not loose association here, folks. It’s their psychological background and history pointing to dirty deeds that seem unthinkable to most of us but which make sense when you’re one of those who think you know that God wants you to kill for him.

It’s times like these when you think things you never thought you would. Like, “Go, Newt.” Hey, it’s the lesser of two weasels.