Category Archives: Courts/police/justice

EMG mindfuck, by use of adults as neurally whipped independence-ridden toddler-replacements

Background: When you think some specific words, regardless of whether you actually vocalize the words or whether they are only vocalized in your heads, “subvocalized”, this leads to the initiation of motor movements going to your throat (larynx). This occurs … Continue reading

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The kind of helping hand that anyone could do without

“Damning by faint praise” is a known means of trying to look respectable while throwing mud at people. There are extremely diverse analogues of this method of personalized attack and/or generalized propaganda. Not really the same as the following, but … Continue reading

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Why the “Why” matters in a context of psychological profiling, neurowar and political suppression

If you know why someone does something, you can start by suggestively or otherwise promoting a change in the explanatory approach to WHY they do that thing. Once they are doing that thing for some different reason than previously, it … Continue reading

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When accidentally consuming faux miniature carrots, be attentive to psychological associations, for puppethood avoidance purposes

Theoretically you could have an EEG headset programmed to remind you of certain minutae that you don’t want to forget about. For example, while reviewing a paper (I review/proofread/edit academic papers and similar such documents), if ┬ásubvocalizations of “et al” … Continue reading

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Psychological dominance by proposing alternative explanations for actions which always place one in the dominant position

Any time you go to do something, they propose an explanation which revolves around them having had control over the situation. This is along the lines of telling the dog to roll over whenever you observe that it is already … Continue reading

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Good news for net neutrality in Canada. Following consistent and ongoing efforts by Open Media to ensure that the general public is well represented on this issue, another effort by internet service providers to transform consumers and content creators into … Continue reading

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Causes of attack (getting at some micro level psych stuff wherein neurotech is used to assist in pupetting and enslaving people at the level of thought itself)

Causes of attack – don’t want to look at the insurance policy number in a document being translated for a new client – don’t want to be habitual in ignoring external manipulations applied for the purpose of altering meaning while … Continue reading

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Why I do not answer my phone unless I know who’s calling

The other day, for some reason I broke this rule of not answering unless I know who is calling, by answering a call from a 905 number, which proved to be a wrong number. The rate of unknown callers increased … Continue reading

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Towards criminalization of dissent and truth talking, for practical purposes. A.k.a., the pathway to the master/slave race

  There’s a congenital genetic defect in their family that causes them to call bullshit and speak truth to power in post-hunter-gatherer times of tyranny and abuse. A most rare breed. Just look at one of them, and you’ll catch … Continue reading

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Differing shades of hypothetical in good/bad payday loan presentations

Some people defend payday loans on the premise that people know best for themselves. I like this thinking. But compare two hypothetical scenarios. Hypothetical scenario 1: a) Guy orders drink at bar with last money, b) Guy goes to get … Continue reading

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