Category Archives: Political science

This is my strongest field and I had an excellent opportunity to hone my ability to reason in this field from some very knowledgeable thinkers at one of the top international schools in the field (U of T). Either I’m a good researcher, can effectively write and argue BS, have some capacity to original intuitions, or some combination of all three. As far as I’m concerned, nothing is truly apolitcal or amoral the moment it enters the public sphere. Still, I’ll limit use of the tag for domestic and international political issues, involving institutions and/or people at the level of villages and the international community and perhaps occasionally for more abstract stuff in political theory.

If you don’t (whatever I try to force), then you’re (whatever I say)

If you won’t (be OK to) feel what I want you to feel, when I want you to feel it, that means you’re a psychopath (as proven by the non-feeling-ness). If you won’t (be OK to) think what I want … Continue reading

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Stockholm Syndrome programming: Any ‘push you down’, to then offer a hand up while implying the debt of gratitude that will bring return favours

For example, if someone’s trying to accomplish some particular thing, have some way to screw them up while they work on it – and then present oneself to save the day in some way that demeans the individual while promoting their habituation to … Continue reading

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“How many targeted individuals?”

Estimates seem to range between a few hundred thousand and a few million. A YouTube video even said so, so probably it’s true. This number suggests somewhere in the range of tens or hundreds of millions of active perpetrators. But … Continue reading

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Does marijuana legalization CAUSE reduced overdose deaths? If so, here’s one way how.

Item #3 in a Cato Institute video mentions evidence that overdose rates are declining in states (USA) where marijuana is legal, with little other interpretation evident than this: availability of marijuana reduces the number of people who are introduced to … Continue reading

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Good defenses for heightening intended mental tortures when asked to stop

If you are mentally torturing someone who you have regular contact with, for the purpose of using various mental tortures and provocations for the purpose of comprising, and also potentially seeking further, means of coercion, extortion or blackmail, then there … Continue reading

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Friend or foe?

I recommend responses with high probability of landing in prison and limited prospects of achieving results. For societal improvement purposes, perhaps pre-meditating to punch in the nose any person who perpetrates some number of intended psychological hostilities will be useful … Continue reading

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Orwell’s Big Brother on steroids-2.0

Every media you consume scanned in advance to tailor the individualized brainwashing and/or torture which is inflicted in the moment you consume it. If ever trying to stray from the pre-predicted path, or to some other-than-predicted news story, film, song or scientific … Continue reading

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Wu XiNao (image)

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EFF video on effect of US warantless surveillance, including of foreign targets

From a video by EFF J: Section 702 is designed in such a way that the targets of the surveillance do not at all have to be bad guys. 702 allows for targeting of any foreigner abroad, so long as … Continue reading

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Notes on Russia scandal, of generalizeable nature

Through Quartz, Nov 4: The key lesson of the scandal is not that Russia is dangerous to US democracy, but that social media makes all democracies vulnerable to anyone with a political agenda, a bit of money, and a reasonable … Continue reading

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