Category Archives: History

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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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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Interesting observation relating to efforts to combat BS with truth

Ideally, I would like to prepare the reader to digest the following with a maximum of self-discrediting by my choice of works. The following statement arises from discussion on techniques perfected by tobacco companies in the 1960s and onward to … Continue reading

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Why silverback gorillas rule the world

Reasons for not having figured out all the brainwashing (etc) stuff being used against us on day 1 1) Because stupid 2) Because a fucking fool 3) Because the people sitting behind machines that can brainwash people, and who also … Continue reading

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Going to great lengths to pin “what they do” on the system. Also, blaming he who fails to prevent rather than he who does

I have neighbours relaying abuse through their hacked phones (or whatever) saying “it’s the system” as they speak out responses to things I’ve just written on an online comment board.   In other news, I like to blame people who … Continue reading

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Learning by self-declared victory: An exercise in futility

I would rather brainwash myself through my mouth into believing that I’ve won an argument instead of taking the time to consider what I might learn from other people. By this means, I intend to become smart, wise, useful, etc.

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A socially viral pathway involving neurotechnology

“If you don’t (insert here), whatever “got you” will (insert here).” For example: If you don’t interrogate random strangers, whatever “got you” will be revealed. With a little “feel good” during or after, and a suggestively or otherwise applied reminder … Continue reading

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Experts are the source of misinformation

To address the conspiracy of expert misinformation from known institutions who receive their funding from known places and who have a lifetime publishing record to point to as a means of understanding where they are coming from and what precise … Continue reading

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Creative ways to build opposition to immigration

If you can induce enough immigrants to do stupid enough things which are offensive to people who already live somewhere, maybe you can convince everyone else to stop letting in immigrants. Maybe even kick out the ones who already came. … Continue reading

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Roman peace is Roman peace, therefore any peace is Roman peace

Roman peace is Roman peace, therefore any peace is Roman peace.   That’s why Canada got in with Iraq. But was not the first to drop bombs in the nascent genocide in Bosnia.

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