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Highlights from Frontline’s “American Terrorist”

Among other things which would tend to suggest legitimacy of some variety of conspiracy theories which indicate that USA-originated brainwashing is behind at least some share of terrorist activities internationally, the reference to psychological torture is also worth mentioning. It … Continue reading

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Mandatory public service activities in support of a ‘million maybe leaders’

For national security and broader public wellbeing reasons, when speaking (or pretending to speak) on one’s phone one is at all times to maintain heightened vigilance for the possibility that some criminal or deviant of any sort is presently the … Continue reading

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Sovietesque: Willingness to turn in or slander any one any time for any true/untrue and/or known/unknown reason(s)

Sovietesque: A term which enables to speak of certain realities without having to face the inordinately internal and domestic nature of certain practices of the present day which are fundamentally similar to practices claimed of Soviets presumed by at least … Continue reading

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Reference plausibility = state-complicit brainwashing power

Religious clerics are a reference option if applying to military, therefore “the church” has the formal backing of the state in enforced brainwashing I learned this from a very angry sounding guy, speaking apparently on a cell phone, expressing about … Continue reading

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Multiple simultaneous media consumption to be de facto banned, a.k.a., asking to be hung by the balls at the town square

There is to be no consumption of multiple media outputs at the same time (not to be confused with consuming “multimedia”). Reason? 1) The less clear reading (neural or emotional signature monitoring) on your reactions to more than one media … Continue reading

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Good reasons to do nothing #9s143

If you are bothered by a third party narrating your movements through the wall (let’s not discuss the multiplicity of devices which may be used to accomplish such a purpose), therefore you are a spy,  because other people would have … Continue reading

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Please redirect pro-liberty struggle towards modelling (text data mining) global issues of my choosing

1) Please desist from all activities related to technologies which control or influence people’s thoughts against their will. In particular, please desist from those activities which promote citizens’ awareness of such technologies, and most especially when presenting such technologies as a … Continue reading

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How not to build a culture of tax compliance (among other “how not to’s” consistent with the following)

1) Tolerance for tax evasion is higher when government competence is lower. 2) Tolerance for tax evasion is higher when (loosely) pressure of monitoring is higher. 3) Thus, it may be concluded that hostile levels of monitoring by non-tax officials … Continue reading

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Neurowar puppetry tactics. A.k.a. “Who the hell programmed that?”

The tactic referred to here is to try to force very numerous estimated-as-maybe-would-say things into your mind, so as to prevent from being able to gather thoughts to the extent to say or think what you actually want to say … Continue reading

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World Economic Forum (the Davos billionaire’s club) advice on what makes a great employee, contrasted with behaviours promoted for “targeted individuals”:

The World Economic Forum published a description of what makes great employees, with a focus on personality aspects. This post is a rough draft which compares a) the main points of advice disseminated by the billionaires’ club with b) behaviours … Continue reading

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