Monthly Archives: December 2016

The criminal honesty principle

So long as you are honest in some specific instant in time, whatever you do related to that brief instant of honesty is hence not criminal. For example, saying “this is real” therefore gives you the right to use covert … Continue reading

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Another possible pathway toward universal microchip safety enhancement requirements

A new bill in the USA increases the scope of legal involuntary microchipping of individuals. I had long thought that the pathway to microchipping everyone would start with those formerly convicted of some crime, and then progressively weakening those standards, … Continue reading

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Thought reform (brainwashing) regarding views of good and evil – reminders of 2014 (with somewhat more refined sonic supplements by quasi-puppets)

In most times and places, would be originators of hostilities tend to try to build some sort of moral case for why it is OK and good what they are doing. Dehumanization of the other is a fairly standard aspect … Continue reading

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Unfreedom as freedom

Freedom is the right to abandon independent thought while engaging in abuse of others with zero personal accountability for actions. It would be better that way.   (P.S. – sometimes I use the “agriculture” label to refer to “farming”, as … Continue reading

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“This is what I do” (explained)

a) I do it. b) I won’t stop it. c) If you ask to stop it, probably will do more of it. d) I don’t care if it’s evil or against my own interests – I will do it because … Continue reading

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Explicit efforts to divide thinking processes in a manner that enables to brainwash during one thinking process at the same time as more cognitively focused on the other

One part of this is efforts to force, via combinations of negative and positive conditioning, a stronger tendency towards visualized associations and thinking processes. This may enable to more easily recall and thus manipulate associations. Another part is to try … Continue reading

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Wireless home phone (or any wireless device) threats relating to hackability and being outfitted for bio and neuro effective microwave bands

In principle, any device with the ability to send an outgoing signal can do this. The additional barrier is power requirements to have a signal that is strong enough to have the bio or neuro effect, so you can probably … Continue reading

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Cell tower simulator risks to cognitive liberty; app-based concept for verifying signal integrity

How many cell tower simulators per square km would be needed to completely intercept all calls, and introduce the possibility of inserting additional signals into phone conversations of local individuals within that small area? (presumably only a small subset of … Continue reading

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A specific sub-type of “willing” puppetry in high tech stalking by proxy

1) An individual (target) start a thinking process that requires cognitive intensity (e.g., how to figure out something that is quite simple but not routine for them). 2) A second individual (the willing puppet), having been heavily conditioned to follow … Continue reading

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When a message of love gets you out of bed

When what gets you out of bed is to fight a message of love, you know you’ve got problems. When it is your neighbours who do so, it is not clear who is in the worse situation. 1:13am “We will … Continue reading

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