Bad Doctor

“The more we do to you, the less you seem to believe we are doing it.” — Josef Mengele

Though I prefer the more dramatic order of information, I believe people will probably not read to the bottom if I don’t begin with the important background.

First, let me mention yet again the Democracy Now! interview back in 2010 with the ousted president of Honduras, Manuel Zelaya. He said, while hiding inside an embassy, that he and his people were being targeted with nonlethal sonic and microwave weapons. {See the Microwave section of the Mind-Affecting Tech tab for the interview.}

Second, and again, that Dr. James Lin, who wrote a book on the Frey effect–that is the radio wave hearing / microwave auditory effect, has confirmed that the symptoms reported by Cuban embassy workers from the US and Canada does indeed follow along with the idea that microwave weapons are the likely explanation. CIA and FBI have both denied having any idea what it is.

That’s more than two fairly good sources, isn’t it?

Third, and largely unrelated, Dr. Phil AKA Phillip Calvin McGraw, has been under scrutiny for years now due to claims that his TV show staff have been abusing guests. See the San Jose Mercury News story here about the Boston Globe / Stat investigation:

Martha Ross, “Dr. Phil’s guest drug abuse scandal: Latest in history of lawsuits and allegations of unethical conduct,” San Jose Mercury News, 30 December 2017:

https://www.mercurynews.com/2017/12/30/dr-phils-guest-drug-abuse-scandal-latest-in-history-of-lawsuits-and-allegations-of-unethical-conduct/

The expose presents accounts from multiple guests on his syndicated show who say their addictions were enabled by members of McGraw’s staff in hopes of boosting ratings.

Todd Herzog, who struggled with alcohol abuse in the years after winning “Survivor,” said that when he arrived at the Dr. Phil Los Angeles studio in 2013, he found a bottle of vodka in his dressing room and was given a Xanax to “calm his nerves.” Herzog had to be carried on set before his sit-down with McGraw, and registered a .263 blood alcohol content — more than three times the legal limit.

What do these things have in common? Not much.

Except tomorrow Dr. Pheeeenylephrine will have on his show a woman who claims to be targeted by microwave weapons AND to see aliens or holographic projections of them. * The point? Once again the military industrial complex is attempting to conflate claims of abuse from known-to-abuse entities such as CIA and its various torture scandals, with being insane. Again, this is the Martha Mitchell effect.

Until the Cuban embassy story, there was very little media attention being paid to nonlethal weapons and claims of them being used on human beings apart from people like Aaron Alexis who had scratched ELF, for extremely low frequency, on his weapon.

So why not use an extremely unscrupulous but popular asshole to sway public opinion before the story breaks big time?

I’ve seen people asking why, for example, Amy Goodman, doesn’t seem to want to focus on things like this or assassination theories like JFK, RFK, and MLK. The reason, I believe, is pretty simple: She doesn’t want to be called the Alex Jones of the Left. This is exactly part of the reason why there is…or is that was?…an Alex Jones of the Right.

There can be no real progress until this kind of thing is exposed. Whether referring to how public opinions are swayed–see how the same company that won Trump the WH also convinced pro-EU people to vote for BREXIT–or the nonlethal weapons used to harass, punish, or even attempt to steer people into actions they would not normally engage in, that is, behavioral modification, AKA “mind control,” it has to happen or there’s no point. You cannot win with a power gap that large if you don’t at least admit that there is a power gap. This includes not only money and reverent power allowing larger platforms for the unscrupulous to speak and achieve their agendas but also the covert games played to socially, psychologically, pharmacologically, and technologically engineer actually happened {to be clear, I don’t believe in the crisis actor conspiracy theory and in fact that sounds exactly like something CIA would come up with} events that convince people of sometimes already held biases such as racism and xenophobia.

Kill the Langley Shit Dragon already. You won’t do anything positive about climate change until that thing is dead.

* It should be noted that there are patents stating that ultrasound can be used to “overlay” fake sensory data on the brain. Sony, for example, hopes to use it for a more immersive {all five senses experienced in-game} gaming experience one day. I have to also remind folks that I once saw phony clouds in the sky, meaning that they weren’t likely actually there. I had thought maybe I’d been given hallucinogens at the time but later read about ultrasound and decided it was more likely that.

Holograms, by the way can be done using lasers. I’m not real clear on the principles, but suspect it’s possible–although likely expensive–to do essentially what she’s suggesting there.

Finally, I remind folks that sometimes people are crazy because they were targeted and sometimes people are targeted because they are crazy because who would believe them?

So while I think it’s probably as I suggest above, there are other possibilities.

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