Just before the recent spate of Texas shootings, I got some interesting email, and even more interesting “followers”.
You can view the public facing part of that here, and here.
So then, keep in mind that, like CIA exploitation, or DoD/DIA/ADL “redirection” where one random viewer clicks www.redroses.com, and that random viewer gets a page return that is full of pictures of red roses; whereas the targeted person gets pictures of glistening, red, rosy flaring hemorhoids by clicking THE EXACT SAME LINK, and maybe an “electronic implant” on their device after that, as described here.
Related Story: the good peeple at the multti -alphabet agencies have been experimenting on “other” people by infecting their electronic devices with malware implants, and circumventing encryption, and taking over devices completely for many years with a single click.
Finally, Wired.com decided to write about it, since they have been sitting onthe story for a REALLY LONG TIME.
(I bet you hesitated to click the linked material, huh?)
Well, in that light, I get letters, part Nash Equilibrium, part Hyper Game theory, and 100% crazed intel-affiliated email bomber.
In the following email, sent from an anonymous, throw away account at Guerillamail.com, here is one tenth of the email bomb that was laid on my email doorstep today.
And, a WARNING:These links can/do contain agency level exploits that target a phone or computer by merely landing on the page, and the viewer none the wiser, as these exploits have been in use since…FOREVER:
The email I received was headed “
Global explosion of anti-democracy/journalism, spying abuse, corporation crime, psychological warfare, sociopolitical control, hostile environments, corruption, rights destruction, high-tech black ops and surveillance cities, various issues….and some solutions”
DO NOT CLICK THESE LINKS FROM YOUR OWN DEVICE/s
“Intelligence operations have turned out to be a domestic war.”…. “Abolish the CIA and Covert Action: The Organizing Committee demands the CIA and covert action be abolished not only because we recognize that the CIA serves only the multinational corporate empire, which is thoroughly antidemocratic and unAmerican, but also because the CIA is a criminal organization and covert actions are criminal actions.” – CounterSpy magazine, 1976
“In the wake of the Media, PA burglary and the subsequent newspaper articles exposing J. Edgar Hoover’s red squad surveillance programs, some CIA officers began to voice dissent internally about their own agency’s troubling domestic operations, codenamed MHCHAOS. In 1972, Medsger writes,
“CIA director Richard Helms called his top aides together and said he was adamant that MHCHAOS would not be “stopped simply because some members of the organization [the CIA] do not like this activity.” He made changes in order to protect the program more now that the [dissident officers were] so determined to have it end. To the maximum extent possible, within the agency, the program and the agent then in charge of it, Richard Ober, would be identified with terrorism and not with American dissidents. The massive program would in fact have the same functions it always had, including the monitoring and destruction of the more than five hundred alternative newspapers staffs it had under surveillance. (At the same time, the FBI also monitored alternative and campus newspapers, sometimes suppressing them.)
Henceforth, Colby wrote in a memorandum after that meeting, the label “international terrorist” would replace “political dissident” as the target of the CIA’s illegal domestic operations. As part of this image transformation, Helms did what Hoover had done many times—and would do again in April 1971 to protect COINTELPRO when he thought it was about to be revealed—to minimize the possibility that secret operations would be exposed. Helms ended MHCHAOS in name, but continued it in reality with a new name: International Terrorism Group. It would be much easier for people, including people within the CIA, to accept the domestic operations if they thought they were aimed primarily at stopping terrorism rather than at stopping dissent.”
“odds of dying in a terrorist attack while on-board is 1 in 25,000,000 (25 million) and the overall average of dying in any kind of terrorist attack worldwide is 1 in 9,300,000 (9.3 million).”
“It is difficult to get a man to understand something, when his salary depends on his not understanding it.” – Upton Sinclair
“I once had a top intel official tell me, without disclosing anything classified, that if you can imagine it… Our Intel community is doing it. And that it’s also doing things you can’t possibly imagine” – Sharyl Attkisson
“Why would people perceive problems but still not solve their own problems?
A theme that emerges from Norse Greenland as well as from other places, is insulation of the decision making elite from the consequences of their actions. That is to say, in societies where the elites do not suffer from the consequences of their decisions, but can insulate themselves, the elite are more likely to pursue their short-term interests, even though that may be bad for the long-term interests of the society, including the children of the elite themselves.
In the case of Norse Greenland, the chiefs and bishops were eating beef from cows and venison and the lower classes were left to eating seals. The elite were also heavily invested in the walrus ivory trade. In the long run, what was good for the chiefs in the short run was bad for society.
We can see those differing insulations of the elite in the modern world today.”
“The Air Force can put a bomb anywhere in the world within a three-foot circle, extremely close to friendly forces on the ground, all while avoiding collateral damage to buildings and infrastructure. The same personnel, equipment, and procedures could be easily adapted and integrated into firefighting — an air controller embedded with firefighters could use close air support procedures to direct air strikes.”
“Researchers also note the relevance of the report to tropical rainforests, with concerns mounting about accelerating rates of deforestation. The Amazon rainforest is a huge carbon sink that acts to cool global temperature, but rates of deforestation are rising, in part because of the policies and actions of the government of Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro.
Unless stopped, deforestation could turn much of the remaining Amazon forests into a degraded type of desert, and could release more than 50 billion tonnes of carbon into the atmosphere in 30 to 50 years, says Carlos Nobre, a climate scientist at the University of São Paolo in Brazil.”
“New species are reportedly discovered every three days in the world’s largest rainforest area, and it’s also likely to biggest source of natural healing medicine in the world. Despite the fact that less than 1% of all Amazon plants have been studied for their healing properties, as many as 25-40% of all new Western drugs are derived from Amazon Rainforest medicinal plants in some way (the rare, archived news clip below notes that 70% of all drugs come from rainforests in general).”
“De Kai’s warning aligns him with figures such as Elon Musk, who has likened AI to “an immortal dictator from which we would never escape” to “summoning the devil” and to the technology entrepreneur signing up to a public pledge with other AI researchers to never create autonomous killer robots. Even the late British physicist Stephen Hawking warned that the emergence of AI could be the “worst event in the history of our civilisation”. ”
“Injunctions against unethical research go back at least to the mid-19th century, when the French scientist Claude Bernard admonished his fellow investigators never to do an experiment that might harm a single person, even if the result would be highly advantageous to science and the health of others. Yet despite Bernard’s admonition, the next century was replete with experiments that put orphans, prisoners, minorities and other vulnerable populations at risk for the sake of scientific discovery.”
“By far the most revelatory aspect of Priest’s and Arkin’s work so far is the sense that no one knows what the IC is up to. While they didn’t explain in any detail what is redundant, there are some obvious redundancies: is the U.S. Navy’s “National Maritime Intelligence Center” (pdf) really all that different from ODNI’s “Global Maritime Domain Awareness” (pdf) initiative? In a field that has grown so rapidly — most agencies have seen their budgets at least double over the last eight years — there is bound to be waste, redundancy, even fraud.
At the same time, however, the IC didn’t grow in a vacuum. The 2009 intelligence budget was, according to the DNI, $49 billion. That is an incredible amount of money to spend on spying, but it pales next to the $663 billion defense budget, or the $695 billion Social Security budget. The Department of Defense has seen its budget more than double since 2001, but the rest of the government has been growing as well. In 2010, the federal budget was about $3.6 trillion; the federal budget in 2002 was only about $2 trillion. The DOD’s increase was only about a quarter of the extra $1.6 trillion more dollars the government spends today. While the growth in the IC and the DOD has been incredible, it’s been accompanied by the government growing in every other way, as well. While we should question where the money in the IC goes, we should also be questioning where the rest of the budget goes too.”
“I’ve been a journalist for about 25 years, and I’ve been educated to lie, to betray, and not to tell the truth to the public” – Udo Ulfkotte, former editor of Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung
“We’ll know our disinformation program is complete when everything the American public believes is false.”
Att William J. Casey
“Today the tyrant rules not by club or fist, but disguised as a market researcher, he shepherds his flocks in the ways of utility and comfort.”- Marshall McLuhan
“Politics will eventually be replaced by imagery. The politician will be only too happy to abdicate in favor of his image, because the image will be much more powerful than he could ever be.”- Marshall McLuhan
Bread, Circus, and the Complacency Before the Collapse
“Consortium News also reported that the Twitter accounts and websites of activists associated with Unity4J had also been suspended and hacked around the same time. The report said, “Aaron Kesel, who also writes as an independent journalist, said in an interview that they were locked out of their accounts within minutes of publishing an article covering the Catalonian public’s celebration of Assange’s birthday. Activist Post, the site on which the article was published, was likewise reportedly hacked in recent weeks.”
There is no doubt that international public access to this kind of independent reporting is of great concern to the military-intelligence state behind the persecution of Assange and Manning. It is the exposure of these important facts that is behind the ongoing online censorship of socialist and oppositional websites that has been identified by the World Socialist Web Site going back to the spring and summer of 2017.
The coordinated attacks on defenders of free speech and those fighting for the freedom of Assange and Manning is a sign that the apparatus of the state repression fears that mass support is building against this unprecedented international conspiracy against the truth. At the same time, it is a warning that the drive to silence and punish them for exposing the crimes of US imperialism is being extended to others in an effort to browbeat anyone who dares take up the fight for his defense and freedom.”
“A defense lawyer for Jeffrey Epstein on Tuesday expressed deep skepticism that the wealthy financier died by hanging himself in a Manhattan federal jail while awaiting trial on child sex trafficking charges, as a medical examiner has ruled.
The injuries suffered by Epstein are “far more consistent with assault” than suicide, the lawyer, Reid Weingarten, told Judge Richard Berman in U.S. District Court in Manhattan during a hearing.”
Weingarten cited the defense’s own medical sources. Broken bones were found in Epstein’s neck during an autopsy after he died Aug. 10.
Such fractures are somewhat more common in cases of strangulation than in hanging.
Weingarten told the judge that when he and other defense attorneys spoke to Epstein shortly before his death “we did not see a despairing, despondent, suicidal person.”
“Mr. Epstein was willing to finance research that others viewed as bizarre. He told one scientist that he was bankrolling efforts to identify a mysterious particle that might trigger the feeling that someone is watching you.”
Inside the mysterious Manhattan apartment building on East 66th Street, where underage models, lawyers, and key players in Jeffrey Epstein’s sex-trafficking circle all live. Ex-Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak is a frequent visitor.
“Cambridge’s proposal to compete for a Ministry of Defence psychological research programme
Cambridge academics have launched an open letter to Vice-chancellor Stephen Toope and the director of the University’s Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH), Professor Steven Connor, detailing their concerns over Cambridge’s decision to apply to house a Ministry of Defence psychological research programme after it was revealed by Varsity in February.
The letter has garnered 41 signatures at the time of writing.
The research programme called the Human Social Science Research Capability (HSSRC) programme, involved the “targeted manipulation of information in the virtual and physical domains to shape attitudes and beliefs in the cognitive domain,” according to a Ministry of Defence presentation in 2017.”
“Tavistock, by 1937, had come a long way from its Wellington House beginnings and the successful propaganda campaign that had turned the British public from being strongly anti-war in 1913 to willing participants through the arts of manipulation with the willing cooperation of news communications media. ”
“All of them feel entitled to rule the government. It’s the way they are and always have been. Some of them have no idea of the destruction they do to democracy by their political donations. Others of them are such psychopaths that they know but don’t even care. Some of them are such stupid psychopaths that they think they have a right to destroy democracy. They come up with all sorts of rationalizations — they think that their wealth gives them a right to do this. It does give them the power to do this, but not the right; but, ultimately, they think that might makes right — this is their ultimate ‘justification’. ”
“Nexus Magazine contained an article entitled, How The NSA Harasses Thousands Of Law Abiding Americans Daily By The Usage Of Remote Neural Monitoring (RNM) written by former NSA worker John St. Clair Akwei. It read, “NSA DOMINT [Domestic Intelligence] has the ability to covertly assassinate U.S. citizens or run covert psychological control operations to cause subjects to be diagnosed with ill mental health.”
The DSM appears to have been created with a loophole which allows government-sponsored harassment programs to exist. This was evidently done so that people will appear ill when explaining this to a mental health professional. Adding to this confusion, the program itself is designed to mimic mental illness when explained to those “not-in-the-know.” Mental health professionals may also participate in this program, wittingly or unwittingly by labeling targets as mentally ill. It is one of several layers of protection used to help keep this program operating in secrecy. It’s easy to see how some mental health professionals might “jump to conclusions.” ”
“This week, the highest body of the European Court of Human Rights heard arguments against the mass surveillance programs of two countries, Sweden and the United Kingdom.
The legal proceedings in the two cases started years before, in 2008 and 2013, respectively, with the litigation eventually reaching the court’s highest body, the ECHR Grand Chamber, who heard them one after the other, in succession on Wednesday, July 10.
Both cases made similar arguments, asserting that the signals intelligence programs in the two respective countries set up mass surveillance operations to intercept all citizens’ communications, kept the programs secret, and ran them — and continue to run them — without proper oversight and checks and balances in place.
Now, human rights groups are requesting the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) to rule against the two bulk surveillance programs and impose safeguards to protect citizen’s rights to privacy and freedom of expression.”
“A decade ago, the Ministry of Defense in London produced a secret document which described the ‘principal threats’ to public order as threefold: terrorists, Russian spies and investigative journalists.” – John Pilger
“Atrocity does not take place without passive, complacent, compliant bystanders: citizens watching silently, declining to take a stand … against torture & the criminalisation of journalism.” – Lissa K Johnson
“Democracy cannot thrive without honest, accurate and freely available information about the world around us.”
“These so-called “indicators” for extremism are further detailed in the Channel Duty Guidance (the government’s guidelines on how to report suspicious behaviours). In the guidance, 22 broad-ranging criteria that may indicate a student’s likelihood to be drawn into terrorism are identified. Among others, academic staff are expected to report on:
– A desire for excitement and adventure
– A desire for political or moral change”
“Just from evidence I’ve seen over the last several years being on the Intelligence Committee, being a member of Congress, there’s no doubt to me there were severe serious abuses that were carried out in the FBI, and I believe the top levels of the CIA”
“The teenage boys who demonstrated the most leadership potential were selected for participation in the Crypteia, which acted as a secret police force whose primary goal was to terrorize the general Helot population and murder those who were troublemakers. At age 20, Spartan males became full-time soldiers, and remained on active duty until age 60.”
“In what is turning out to be a train wreck of arbitrary decision making by authorities, an Ecuadorean judge authorised the seizure of Julian’s belongings, so that US prosecutors could help themselves to items including manuscripts, legal papers, medical records and electronic equipment. Tuck describes the situation as utterly bizarre.”
“What makes dissidents such a threat? Governments fear dissidents because they cannot be owned & controlled. Some imprison, torture and execute them routinely… Others conceal their oppression behind a veil of due process, crushing them through judicial harassment & defamation.”
How A Swedish Woman Took Revenge on Assange
“The British were so matter-of-factly helpful that they became a participant in internal American deliberations, to a degree probably never practiced between sovereign nations… In my White House incarnation then, I kept the British Foreign Office better informed and more closely engaged than I did the American State Department… It was symptomatic”.