Monthly Archives: April 2016

Non lethal weapons do not make us safer.

Non-lethal weapons are often defended on the basis that they expand the toolkit so that law enforcement doesn’t have to kill people. However, it seems to me that law enforcement are brutally using non-lethal weapons in cases where they would … Continue reading

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Mind Control pre-revolution

Of course, everyone knows that mind control is impossible, and that advanced technologies for the purpose of mind control, such as those which influence neural and/or physiological processes (e.g., by electromagnetic radiations which make use of the microwave auditory effect, … Continue reading

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Legal revolution. Real revolution. Let’s not go there.

Let’s say there’s a Stasi that is able to use technologies to remotely monitor what people are thinking and therefore to repress diverse forms of political activity, nay, not activity, even THOUGHT, both through the mere act of surveillance and … Continue reading

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Worst war crime in all of history?

Trying to brainwash everyone who dares to so much as THINK for themselves. Doing as you’re told is not enough. All alternative views and modes of THINKING not to be tolerated. Full civilian, legislative and judicial control over the security … Continue reading

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The biggest whistle to be blown in all of history?

This could be the end of freedom. Period. I’m not exaggerating at all. First, read https://uscach.org/brain-control-europe-usa/ for the blueprint on how it is happening right now, and the sorts of approaches they are giving to legitimizing it (under a false … Continue reading

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Is the US security state itself guilty of domestic terrorism?

18 USC § 2331 – Domestic Terrorism (highly searchable online) the term “domestic terrorism” means activities that– (A) involve acts dangerous to human life that are a violation of the criminal laws of the United States or of any State; … Continue reading

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Critical hazard to public safety. Please read glossary to understand the hazard.

I have sent out the following message to draw awareness to the issue of electronic weapons and public safety. Hi, I have created a glossary called the “Glossary of terms relating to brainwashing and psychological warfare in the electronic age”. … Continue reading

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Electromagnetic fields and the heart

Here is some discussion of Electromagnetic fields and the heart. It describes some experiments on animals where electromagnetic fields were found to affect the expression of certain proteins, with certain protective effects found in certain treatments. (Hence, presumably if protective … Continue reading

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A stab at summarizing some aspects of the psychological warfare targeting Canada

In Canada it was pretty bad in 2013-2014 (I was overseas a lot prior to that, so I’m not sure how the progression over time went). I came back from overseas (where I’d also had a lot of psychological torture), … Continue reading

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What I really want if they manage to brainwash me

If I ever start defending, or worse, promoting, the use of electronic weapons for the purpose of any form of mind control or remote neural monitoring, someone please kill me. Well, first try to unbrainwash me. Just pointing out the … Continue reading

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