BBD – No Backbone {Updated}

Note: 28 December 2018 update at bottom of post.

This was one I really did not want to blog. In fact, I can’t find the blog post anyway to link it up for you. It was too crazy, and part of surviving this COINTELPRO / MHCHAOS bullshit is hanging on to whatever passes for sanity, self-respect and rehabilitating your reputation as a reliable witness to illegal activities while a very large, well-funded machine sees to it you cannot.

This time it really sucks because what I recall noting is that I had no idea how it was done. Now I do.

This probably requires some brief preamble. See, when you’re in the throes of active, frequent harassment from the shitty agencies who are not only destroying the middle class but also ensuring global fascism, you often only have short windows of opportunity to write coherently. If you aren’t interrupted over and over again, you’re distracted. If you aren’t distracted, you’ve lost your whole train of thought. You’re probably drugged with LSD and meth and who knows what else they are slipping you.

It is as though they have sentenced you to Bedlam, even though no other person can see or hear it…just you…making your reputation something of the past. As I’ve said before, drop a brick on your foot and try to do calculus. That’s what it’s like.

This process is sometimes referred to as the Martha Mitchell Effect, by the way. It’s depicted as a subplot in The Bourne Identity and is happening right now in France while a former Hewlett-Packard employee who complained of the exact same problems as the American and Canadian Cuban embassy folks, became an activist regarding nonlethal energy weapons, and now finds himself force-medicated and imprisoned for a car accident that he says never happened. He even said the police were mystified as to why there was no bumper damage at all considering the other woman claims he hit her. They arrested him anyway.

Ramola D, “Flagrant Miscarriage of Justice in Grenoble Court…,” EveryDayConcerned, 11 December 2018:

Flagrant Miscarriage of Justice in Grenoble’s Criminal Court as Judge Dismisses Facts, Upholds Wrongful Arrest and Fraudulent Psychiatry, and Shows Dangerous Bias in Criminal Entrapment & Extortion Case Against Human Rights Activist Frederic Laroche Whistleblowing on Non-Consensual Neuro-Experimentation

But I’m off topic.

While living in Michigan, probably 2012 or 2013 or so, I was home alone. After coming downstairs, walking from the stairs to the kitchen, my back suddenly gave out.

It wasn’t painful. It was like my muscles in my lower back had simply stopped working. I had time to lower myself to the floor while grabbing onto a table or a wall or something.

I laid there, looking up at the ceiling for really no more than 30 seconds. It felt as though I could get back up almost as soon as I laid down. But I did a quick inventory to try to figure out what it was. Did I feel dizzy? Not at all. Had there been muscle spasms or a misstep causing a loss of balance? No.

Reflecting back to the inability to, during the periods of extreme harassment, concentrate for long periods, despite having been aware of this document…

https://sigint.files.wordpress.com/2008/02/bioeffects_of_selected_non-lethal_weapons.pdf

…for years, I guess I only read the whole thing yesterday. Well, skimmed it. Probably something else important I missed as well.

But see this section:

Incapacitating Effect: Disruption of Neural Control

The nature of the incapacitation is a rhythmic-activity synchronization of brain neurons that disrupt normal cortical control of the corticospinal and corticobulbar pathways; this disrupts normal cortical control of the spinal motor neurons which control muscle contraction and body movements. Persons suffering from this condition lose voluntary control of their body. This synchronization may be accompanied by a sudden loss of consciousness and intense muscle spasms.

I had neither of those in the last sentence. I’ve certainly had intense muscle spasms, sometimes while blogging. I know, quite a strenuous activity.

But more seriously, that is a very, very common complaint from harassed individuals. I had usually chalked it up to stress and being distracted from drinking more water, liquids and therefore being dehydrated. But sometimes you gotta wonder.

Anyway, I got up and people returned from the store or wherever they had gone. Note that elsewhere in the document they state the range as being up to hundreds of meters for most of the effects discussed.

While I would not entirely dispute the experimentation theory here, that is government uses people who somehow they think pose a threat as guinea pigs, I would also mention again that CIA and DOD are known for switching around what they claim to be doing for bizarre, twisted and cruel legal purposes. That is, for example, force feeding food in detainees anuses because they refused to eat. There is no medical evidence that I’m aware of that this is beneficial; yet CIA claimed this torture was a medical procedure. Similarly, Defense Department sleep deprived Manning, waking at the time him up every five minutes, and called it suicide watch.

In essence, I’m having a hard time believing that something from a 1998 document declassified in 2006 really needed further testing in 2013. They were just being confusing and petty. In other words, typical.

28-Dec-2018 UPDATE: Occurred to me that I missed, and really have been missing for some time, an entire possibility both with this experience and many other instances that include experiences of other people: The “test drive.” That is, the government and the manufacturer are doing live testing for sales purposes, not research. They are showing off their non-lethal {though clearly this one is more for plausibly deniable assassination} weapons using anyone on the shitlist so that foreign intelligence services and corporate security divisions–the main potential buyers of such weapons–can have a live demonstration and they can mutter the same kinds of sales pitches that the MIC in Israel does when they use Palestine as their own private laboratory:

Rania Khalek, “Battle-tested, combat-approved. In other words, ‘This weapon has been used to terrorize #Palestinians’,” In the Now, 28 December 2018:

Too-long-didn’t-watch summary: Post-9/11 Israeli arms sales rose from $2B to $9B. Testing the weapons on Palestinians gives them a competitive edge.

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Missing Data, Logical Fallacies, And Psych Coverups

The document I link below is a great example of either well-meaning, and yet not entirely correct, analysis; or a downright misleading response. In and of itself, it might seem innocuous. If you look a bit closer, you might see a problem with regards to the diagnosis of what is and what is not “delusional.” After all, what better way to hide criminality than to say the person reporting it is delusional? *

http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download?doi=10.1.1.99.9838&rep=rep1&type=pdf

The authors mention MKULTRA being invoked, but fail to mention the MKULTRA included several subprojects studying various mental disorders and that there hasn’t really been any suggestion as to why apart from the obvious reasons I detail below, ie, to mimic mental illness in order to harass, discredit, and ultimately character “assassinate” a target.

Similarly, they invoke similarities between 17th century “mind control” but fail to note the the Central Intelligence Agency is just as capable of reading history as the researchers are. This is again one of those situations where the perceived order of events is jumbled to create one picture when another is possible {see, from the Snowden docs, Gambits for Deception, “Time-shift Perceived Behaviour”}. That is, they point to similarities between pre-CIA mental disorders suggesting the phenomenon is connected to the former but fail to acknowledge CIA is aware of this and capable of using it to hide their involvement.

They also fail to mention one of the main stated goals was to mimic other ailments including the symptoms of them. So why not mimic demonic possession while you’re at it? And one should note that LSD sprang from the supposed origin behind werewolf legends: Ergot.

It’s all right there in the CIA memo included in the Senate report on MKULTRA, see items 1 and 5:

1. Substances which will promote illogical thinking and impulsiveness to the point where the recipient would be discredited in public.

2. Substances which increase the efficiency of mentation and perception.

3. Materials which will prevent or counteract the intoxicating effect of alcohol.

4. Materials which will promote the intoxicating effect of alcohol.

5. Materials which will produce the signs and symptoms of recognized diseases in a reversible way so that they may be used for malingering, etc.

You don’t even have to delve into the American Psychology Association’s strong connections to both MKULTRA and the post-9/11 torture scandal. But I’ll mention it anyway.

But the interesting part of the paper is how they are suggesting that simply because a culture or subculture believes a certain thing does not mean–as it has been historically!–that the belief should not be considered “delusional.” In other words, authority, perhaps corporate mainstream news, should decide what is and what is not delusional without regards to who otherwise does and does not believe it.

It is of course in the current climate difficult to defend many, but not all, non-mainstream beliefs. The phrase “fake news” invokes all sorts of interesting responses for example.

Then there’s been concerted attempts at, for example, painting Bernie Sanders and Jill Stein supporters as either Russian PSYOP dupes or sympathizers, mentally ill, or some combination of the above.

Now read the footnote. ;}

* Turns out that practice may actually have a long–read: over a century–history of being practiced in rich families where some unscrupulous family members didn’t like what was written in the will. We can all imagine their lawyers challenging the sanity of the dying patron or matron, but the “ghostlighting” portion employed to use it may have lead to the strict-ish adherence of judges sticking to the “sound mind at the time the will was signed” decision.

Seems there was a lot of people seemingly “going crazy” after signing wills that became disputed even late 19th century. Haven’t explored/researched this enough to speak to specifics yet, but thought it interesting to note what should be unsurprising: There’s a point where greed and subterfuge meet in the real world and all the fluff, pop culture and big corporate news crap cannot hide that fact.

Maybe this time “the will” is the Constitution.

BBD – The Quick Note

Would you–if you were the target of a corrupt, powerful agency that funds itself by importing, manufacturing, and selling illegal drugs into its own country, that openly had assassinated American citizens, had tortured–reveal when they succeed in getting to you? Would you be that stupid? Or ballsy?

Well, I’m just sick enough of Groundhog Day to do just that.

Let me back up a bit. Due to the extreme harassment I received beginning in December of 2009–the goal of which as I’ve pointed out time and again including my Reddit IAMA–was to make me go postal: That is, to do something violent over which they could further justify more harsh measures, increase their “market share” of terror suspects to include LGBTQetc, and remove me, a witness to illegal activities, from the playing board all at the same time.

Due to that harassment, I never really–after all these years–had the time and luxury of processing the end of my 14.5 year long term relationship. I am assuming the incessant dreams, going on since June or July or so, are a message for me to acknowledge this fact. I don’t know or understand why. I’m just doing it in the hopes that they stop.

More probably the Langley Shit Dragon will instead redouble them. This is because it’s made of shit and run by shitty small-hearted psychos who only care about pampering people like their contractors Erik Prince and Jeff Bezos. They’re everything they’ve ever called any enemy and then some. They’ve interfered in US elections and it doesn’t even get mentioned in MSM. They’ve, again, assassinated American citizens–not really a secret, just not discussed–and doesn’t warrant a mention. It’s not just destroying and undermining democracies worldwide, CIA does it at home as well with FBI’s help.

But I seem to have gotten off-topic.

Right. Never married. We could have I suppose. Had friends who went out of state to do that. Why didn’t we? Well, I’m reasonably certain that this whole thing was planned quite a ways in advance. Too many old psychological landmines exploding all over. I had a friend who seemed to go bonkers and run off; he had a friend at UIUC who did that same. Despite being–in between just being dazzled, drugged and confused–aware of the old friend’s situation, there was nothing I could do to stop the same happening to me. Not a single damn thing. It like these was a constant, overwhelming army of spooks out there making sure it all went sideways.

And so it’s only now, the distraction of constant wariness due to this or that crisis coming and going or just coming and lingering for weeks on end, a lull in this ill-advised, self-defeating and ultimately pointless and fruitless–for both CIA and myself!–“war” that I have the time, the luxury of time, to consider the only thing I lost that really mattered to me; the only relationship in my life that ever really worked.

And how I’m the one who brought him to NYC where he went from job to job to wind up at Google. Google is, and from what I can now tell, always was, a surveillance project that combined itself with advertising. Get the consumer to pay for his own surveillance, not unlike getting Americans to pay for illegal CIA ops by purchasing illicit drugs from CIA, mostly unwitting, assets.

And, jumping back to the personal, of course that leads you back to…what am I calling him now? Mr. Crutch might be the most appropriate. The one who got me over the hump that is the real point of this post assuming there actually is one.

Well. There it is then.

BBD – Operational

Come a little bit closer…

Come a little bit closer…

Ran across the article below the other day. And, in typical fashion, it took me five days to connect the dots. See, despite everything I’ve seen and experienced, I still react initially much the way everyone else does: “Just one of those things.”

1988 – 1990

This is not just one of those things. This is another puzzle piece regarding what’s really going on and why they used us as guinea pigs at the NJSF back in the late 1980s. As I’ve noted several times and places, I was there in 1989 and 1990. The previous year, one actress had kind of gone crazy and spent a lot of time, money, energy attempting to figure out what was wrong. Both years I was there another actress each year likewise had problems.

Mid-1990s

Gene Maddaus, “Former ‘ER’ Actress Vanessa Marquez Shot and Killed by Police,” Variety, 31 August 2018:

https://variety.com/2018/tv/news/vanessa-marquez-er-shot-killed-police-1202923337

Last October, Marquez alleged that she was blacklisted from “ER” by co-star George Clooney after complaining of racial discrimination and sexual harassment.

“Clooney helped blacklist me when I spoke up abt harassment on ER.’women who dont play the game lose career’I did,” she wrote on Twitter.

Clooney issued a statement at the time saying he had nothing to do with casting on the show.

“I had no idea Vanessa was blacklisted,” he said. “I take her at her word. I was not a writer or a producer or a director on that show. I had nothing to do with casting. I was an actor and only an actor. If she was told I was involved in any decision about her career then she was lied to. The fact that I couldn’t affect her career is only surpassed by the fact that I wouldn’t.”

It’s really not difficult, even when you’ve been through what someone like me has, to see that someone who tried to help impoverished Africans at a time when the likes of CIA and Booz Allen Hamilton were ass-deep in stirring up trouble all over the continent for future military misadventures would be a target of smear campaigns run by the likes of CIA, FBI counter-intelligence, and/or the black bag departments of both major political parties {yes, I said both despite his support of Obama and Clinton}.

Anyway, there it is. Who do you contact when there’s a standing agreement between CIA and DoJ to not prosecute? When both major political parties run black ops on each other and the public with such regularity that it’s become normal? When FBI believes it is its job to “protect” America from free thought and anti war protest? * And that all those lines, plus private contractors acting as intelligence agencies for anyone who can pay them, are blurred.

* When it comes to the latter, FBI once had an internal handout flier lumping unions and environmental activist groups and Nazi and white supremacy groups together as similar threats. I don’t think that mentality has changed at all over there, unless it’s that the Nazis are okay.

Assassination Reconsiderations

Does motive always mean culprit? When it’s among the poor, working class, and often even among the wealthy, we can usually safely assume so.

However, when the real purpose is something bigger, like creating a permanent rift between half the populace and the other half, one should tread carefully.

For example, Cheney’s alleged dark warning to Minnesota and Paul Wellstone just before the latter’s death in a plane crash and the collapse of a bridge, well how hard is it to imagine? Certainly the collision between New York Times reporter Judith Miller and Cheney is a matter of record. But is that the same?

I don’t think so. As I’ve noted elsewhere, probably on Twitter some months back, Cheney seemed a surprised, to the point he couldn’t stop laughing–I have resembled that remark from time to time for similar reasons–and was shaking his head in disbelief. Whatever else he may be, he had issues with the Langley Shit Dragon since the 1970s, possibly related to the Frank Olson case in some manner or other, and appears to be a “targeted individual” otherwise. I’m not suggesting sainthood here. I am suggesting maybe it’s easier to label household names as bad people than it is anonymous caterer spies. And that we like having people to blame.

So I’m suggesting that like the canceled news conference due to a fire, he didn’t order the hit on Wellstone either. Once again this sounds like CIA trying to spread as much doubt and blame elsewhere as it possibly can. Much like the Houston Plan, where CIA refused to spy on Americans when asked BECAUSE IT WAS ALREADY SPYING ON AMERICANS AND DIDN’T WANT TO ADMIT IT, so it can be with assassination that can make it seem as if all our problems stem from neoconservatism {and for that matter neoliberalism} when in fact there is very hard historical evidence that many more of our problems than people can accept originate from a department/agency that does not even require Congress anymore because it draws much of its funding from the illegal drug business.

Similarly, I must think that Michael Hastings, whose book and reporting resulted in the loss of jobs of some senior military officers due to insubordination, was likely them as well. While the officers might have been thankful it happened–they should be ashamed if so–they didn’t do it either.

This is just the Langley Shit Dragon playing at being Satan: It provides “luck” which feeds into your dark side. Is it any wonder Hollywood, Wall Street, and SilVal all seem to bask in scandal and employee abuse with a Velocipooper on the loose? And then they thank it by praising it in film, giving it moonlighting jobs, and handing over the data from civil rights activists so it can shovel some more of itself all over this now well-fertilized country of ours.

Aaron Swartz I’m still not 100% on for some reason. Could be FBI counterintelligence, though that’s really just an extension of CIA as well. See for example George Hunter White who freely bounced back and forth as well as to DEA precursors. Still this way for some, I imagine.

BBD – MFNCHAOS

Gonna make this quick since if I don’t acknowledge the stupid-in-its-own-little-shitty-way it will harass me for the rest of the day until I do. This is yet another example of how the Langley Shit Dragon, which is the most evil organization on Earth bar none, which must die in order to save the species, which has no redeeming qualities whatsoever, tries to play its own little shitty version of whataboutism.

Further bonus, if I word this just right, I’ll piss off The Intercept as well. Because, you know, when you live in the lap of luxury, you can afford things like always standing on principles. It’s just part of white privilege.

The problem with shutting down CIA is, you’ll have all these psychos on the loose. What to do? There’s only one legitimate solution: Watch ’em, 24/7/365. Yes, I’m creating a loophole for NSA. Sorry, but if you aren’t willing to take a walk in my moccasins to see why that is, well, f*** you.

The silly part: This is all about Directv, which is now part of AT&T. System stopped working, of course I’m the one designated to deal with it. After over and hour on the phone {first wait time ending in a hang up by the tech}, the answer is either accept an estimated $99 service call or add a $8.99 per month service contract. So you got that? “We don’t guarantee that our equipment will work. We will charge you if it doesn’t.”

Right. AT&T.

Ryan Gallagher and Henrik Moltke, “The Wiretap Rooms: NSA’s Hidden Spy Hubs in Eight US Cities,” The Intercept, 25 June 2018:

https://theintercept.com/2018/06/25/att-internet-nsa-spy-hubs/

No. Langley Shit Dragon always tries to get you to look elsewhere. Reminder, it started torture almost right out of the gate in the early 1950s when it established the Shah of Iran’s Savak. CIA has always been torture central.

Emma Lake, “Utterly Brutal Grisly truth of Iran’s torture prisons revealed in new museum recreating brutal techniques with dummies,” Sun UK, 4 December 2017:

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/5062464/iran-torture-prison-museum/

And a child rape and slavery center. And a drug cartel. And murderers. And mad science experimenters. Really, how can anyone believe anymore that there is anything at Langley worth keeping?

The Langley Magicians

According to the manual written in part or whole by stage magician John Mulholland in the 1950s {see Subproject 4 for links to it; you can actually buy it now}, the basic ways to drug a person involve sleight-of-hand and dispensers disguised as ordinary objects. Coins, for example. The officer would squeeze it and a drop or two of whatever would fall into the target’s drink after diverting their attention. CIA officers did this or something similar to an American living in Paris, France.

Today it is no doubt quite different. The ability to get a human being to choose a particular gallon of milk or particular piece of meat from a buffet is now doable. Really. You wouldn’t even know there was any interference with your decision-making at all.

How whatever substance appeared in the food is another matter. Another shopper, not even necessarily an officer but an asset, could inject, spray, or spill whatever is required.

The Langley Shit Dragon sits back with its proxy army under control and does as it pleases somewhat comfortable with the idea that nothing that happens can be traced back to it. It’s a great racket for psychopaths. Your average serial killer/rapist wishes he could enjoy such power and seeming invulnerability to scrutiny and justice for his actions.

Ignoring this is not going to make it go away. Becoming frightened and paranoid isn’t either.

Asking questions, ignoring the lies and the distractions, recovering from what they do, and accepting the fact that heroes are punished and villains are rewarded at Chez Shit Dragon is a huge step. Educating oneself on its methods is another.

And no longer accepting what the mainstream media calls true and false is also. Because generically speaking, their sources are shit.