Category Archives: Courts/police/justice

Went to a partisan event recently

Someone had trained their barely-pubescent daughter to approach men and make jerk-off motions, under the apparent belief that observing a response would enable to ‘find the pedophile’. I think that is a problem. Barely-pubescent girls should not be doing things … Continue reading

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Do everything in a regulated manner or they will figure you out

Everyone does things in their own sort of way. This enables to observe, mine data on, predict psychology and attempt to manipulate them using observed habits, patterns, preferences, dislikes, etc. In order to evade such efforts to model the behaviour, … Continue reading

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Reporting active crimes is not the same as pre-broadcasting the desire to find any possible negative about a person and then speak widely and regularly about it

Some people have difficulty discerning between the two following statements: 1) If I have specific information about a crime, for example and in particular a violent crime in progress, I will with 100% certainty call the police (or God forbid … Continue reading

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Population-level on-call informal army to be enlisted in psychological operations against any individual

Jeff Rense, in opening the June 2017 discussion of how to define “Gang stalking” (a term that Eric Karlstrom resists in favour of more accurate terms which identify roles of criminal factions operating within certain parts of the state): “Dozens … Continue reading

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2006 study by US military on direct and indirect manipulation via blogs

As early as 2006, the US military was specifically considering ways to use or manipulate blogs. An official report on the question can be accessed via an article at Wired. Among other things, the report suggests that “Hiring a block … Continue reading

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Feminazi logic: Willingly submit to all questioning, or else suffering during interrogation is your fault

I may now have a somewhat better understanding of the origins of the term “Feminazi” (regardless of the extent to which the word “genuine” reasonably describes the presently described case). Without wanting to debate the appropriateness of eugenics as an … Continue reading

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How to help a project go forward

In order to ensure that a project can progress in a satisfactory manner, first sabotage any efforts which are inconsistent with nano-management according to one’s specific objectives which valuate other participant’s views or interests at precisely zero except to the … Continue reading

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Ideal features of an effective police state

1) All citizens believe any accusation about any one (except about benevolent leaders). 2) Any appearance of being downtrodden is evidence of deserving to be downtrodden. 3) Any criticism of the state or injustice is to be presented as evidence … Continue reading

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Macho macho man … : female edition

Teaching people that using and abusing them is a problem that will cause them to be weak. For example, if a girl or women is “taught” that another person (such as a man) using and abusing her body, mind or … Continue reading

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People suck 2017. A.k.a., reasons for words like “Sovietesque”

New roommate. Located above. Low expectations. Expectations not exceeded.   Except, that (the timing of) this new neighbour of the same ethnic background as the landlord has been temporally associated with the landlord and her son apparently demonstrating belief that it is OK … Continue reading

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