Monthly Archives: March 2016

I can order Chinese (HK) products from Canada and not pay an import tax. They do not reciprocate

According to China Daily, online sales entering China from overseas are currently charged a 10% “parcel tax.” The article proposes that this tax should be increased because brisk and mortar retailers pay a higher rate of tax than the “parcel … Continue reading

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Israel war crimes: If you can police your own, international intervention is not required

Today, the Monkey Cage discusses a video of a recent apparent murder by a member of the Israeli Defense Forces of an Palestinian that had been incapacitated for 11 minutes, following a stabbing perpetrated by that Palestinian. The soldier is … Continue reading

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More on Stingrays: BC’s Privacy Commissioner starts to take action

Stringrays simulate a cell phone tower and hoover up information on all people in a given area, which leaves as many as 10,000 innocent citizens at a time (per device) exposed to the risk of their phone’s location and all … Continue reading

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anti-Nazi anti-brainwashing toolkit: Towards the final step in convincing you that you “deserved” it and that “they” can be trusted as “good”: “That’s what forgiveness feels like.”

a) this could be the final stage of brainwashing some bullshit into you, having started with the seed of a planted memory. In short, in admitting what they’ve been trying to convince you of all alone, your endless hell comes … Continue reading

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anti-Nazi anti-brainwashing toolkit: A specific case of how to convince you that untruths are true; how to overcome “their” overconfidence

So, here you’ve definitely gotta have an open mind with regard to the paranormal to consider this account as remotely credible. Anyways, I’m going to go forward with sharing this account out of the possibility that it may be instructive … Continue reading

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anti-Nazi anti-brainwashing toolkit: Confidence games – like it’s over before it started

Having begun with a sequential marginalist ambush, most of which not even really noticed until things had progressed rather far (hey, I was overseas during this period of time, so it was rather more obvious to me that things had … Continue reading

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anti-Nazi anti-brainwashing toolkit: Why “they” want to figure out what might make you feel guilty or deeply embarrassed. Also, vulnerabilities associated with sleep deprivation

First, no one, and I mean NO ONE, deserves to be ambushed in psychological warfare. I don’t care if you murdered, raped and tortured a human being, NO ONE deserves that. A well meaning person will come straight to your … Continue reading

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anti-Nazi anti-brainwashing toolkit: Avoiding neurolinguistic programming – avoiding public places, for a time, and what to do when you simply have to go out

If faced with a situation of psychological warfare which includes neurolingiuistic programming and where the ambush has succeeded to the point that spooks and enslaved countrymen are now essentially operating openly in public in many places, you might have to seclude yourself … Continue reading

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anti-Nazi anti-brainwashing toolkit: Possible analogues in earlier spiritual teachings

Given some fairly decent exposure to Christian, Islamic and Buddhist teachings, it strikes me rather as though a fairly decent part of these teachings and traditions are fairly similar to what one might expect to be good preventative strategies in … Continue reading

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anti-Nazi anti-brainwashing toolkit: Phonetic versus pictoral-based written language

Here, I just introduce the idea that written languages which are phonetic and alphabet-based may leave users of such languages more exposed to manipulation of meaning during an extended psychological warfare campaign. I do not think that this necessarily means … Continue reading

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