Category Archives: Web and computing

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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Luring the working poor to vote against their interest, episode #21038740321 (2017 Canada budget)

“If you … take the bus … and when you get home you like to have a beer, well both of those things are going to cost you more” – Rona Ambrose, Party Leader, Conservative Party of Canada Putting billions … Continue reading

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Pending case to judge whether sending strobing images to someone with epilepsy can land you in jail

I’ve long wondered what sorts of additional risks epilepsy sufferers may face. Specifically, the use of technologies tailored to their epilepsy to cause them special harm, for example at times that could cause special damage in their social lives or … 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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A variety of anti-unclarified tomfoolery, relating to the present situation of psychological warfare

The democratically elected government has not solved the problem/revolution yet, so we need a revolution to get rid of the democratically elected government so we can solve the revolution problem. ____________________________________ Any back, any stab, any back stab-boy. Any fall, … 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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A generic who dunnit list

The Russians The CIA Witches and wizards, etc. God Maybe university professors? Religious fundamentalists of various stripes and colours Marxists, maybe in cahoots with the devil Nazis Totalitarianists Global dominationists Powerless people who feel empowered by (insert programming here) All … Continue reading

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