Category Archives: Quotidian

As in, banal. Like …

So, today I was sitting on the can and I had the most amazing thought! If all of India starting using toilet paper, the effects would be non negligible. Can you imagine how many trees you’d have to cut down every year to make toilet paper for a billion people? Haha, that’s an example.

Among the more absurd man-in-the-middle applications

If someone who has been watching you for years can correctly guess what you take in your coffee, therefore if they suggest insider knowledge regarded the intended meaning of a communication that addresses a politically sensitive issue, their knowledge of … Continue reading

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The cover up of the cover up. Dissemination of neurolinguistic programming stage presence tools as the cover up for classical conditioning being the mechanism when in fact neurotechnology was being used for brainwashing and societal control purposes

The coverup involved efforts to promote belief that classic conditioning was the mechanism involved in various mind control (and brainwashing) methods being applied widely in the pschological warfare situation some years previous. This was to cover up the fact of … Continue reading

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Double unplus freedom promotion

I will help you prove your freedom by building multiple negative associations with everything you want to do. In so doing, I can help you feel more free by not liking any of the things you want to do while … Continue reading

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1960s sci-fi horror or 2019 reality?

The government should retain a comprehensive library relating to what is captured from previous thought processes (harvested using one of the variety of possible means of doing so). Then, entrust an AI to clear your every passing thought through a … Continue reading

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99 is not 0 and 1 is not 100

In psychological warfare situations with risk of brainwashing and various thought reform techniques, the relevance of “99 is not 0 and 1 is not 100” can hardly be overstated. 1 is not 100 The possibility of something is not evidence … Continue reading

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Protect your culture by never expressing it

If you say anything about your culture, this will provide “them” with an opportunity to develop propaganda in order to destroy your culture. Therefore, to protect your culture, the best strategy is to never think it, let alone be the … Continue reading

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“We will know you”

I.e., we will find something, ANYTHING, that might shut you up while conditioning you to do as we please. Or at least to stay shut up while we try. “We will know you”.

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Neurotech viruses #323″: Apply negative and positive conditionings at will until the following proceeds with ease

I need a machine that reads people’s minds when they read the news, and scouts out for any possibility of any content with any potential ideological colouring. Having identified any instance of content with any possible ideological colouring, the machine … Continue reading

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Russian speaker claiming Ukrainian identity speaks Russian with a Russian in Canada while both speak English and the third party is English speaking, and insists that an ongoing covert war is between governments, not people

At X Lambert St, near Lawrence and Yonge in Toronto, there is a Ukrainian landlord who rents out in a rooming house. The long-term tenant is Russian, and it appears that others are highly transient. The landlord speaks very fluent … Continue reading

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Winning by regression to toddlerhood. A “would do” and not a “skilled player” sort of situation

When basically everything you do to try to control people is more or less the same as things that children do at the age of 3 or 5 or maybe 8, but which we teach them not to do … … Continue reading

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