Dr. Vaughan Bell, mind control experiences on the internet, gang stalking denialism, and Moonshot CVE: from Broadmoor to Bedlam, a brief history of psychiatric torture, and its practitioners

Dr. Vaughan Bell was an early War on Terror funding recipient, and one if the pre -Lorraine Sheridan gang stalking denialists who claimed that people who claimed “mind control experiences on the internet” are likely delusional.

But today, there are mountains of evidence that refute his claims, and his “research,” including the Moonshot CVE program which states,as its goal that it will “influence” internet search results without the informed consent of those who use internet search engines, and that program run by racist and religious sectarian organizations from the hidden depths of cyberspace.

And the Palantir suite of programs used by intelligence agencies, the police, private FBI and DHS contractors, and their hydras of affilliates, who use the data they glean from the social media accounts of activists, dissidents, and first amendment speakers to develop profiles, create dossiers, and wage online and offline influence operations on those targeted, again, without the informed consent of those targeted .

Just a few,examples of how this,works in real life are the tens of thousands of examples online where peoplecreport their cell phones have, “a mind of their own, ” as black operations target them, and the mind that uses those phones. Most famously, one pitential mass,shooter repirted that his internet “forced him to watch ISIS videos. ”

Or, the many examples where corporate security, private contractors, intel agencies lije,Britains,JTRIG, or any of the FVEYs countries and police use pornography, or illicit pornography to compromise targets from around the globe.

Then, there was the billionaire Facebook investor Roger McNamee stating that Facebooks paid and unpaid “psychological operations,” aka “influence operations ” are worse than Adolph Hitlers epic brainwashing.

While the main stream news continues to cover the revelations of whistle blowers and dissidents who claim that our entire internet is “wiretapped,” and that everyone who uses internet features as apparently innocent as a search box are in fact scrutinized, analyzed, and targeted, psychologists like Dr. Vaughan Bell struggle to connect some pretty basic dots.

Basic dots like how non-consensual, and actual “mood altering” programs, are in fact being used in every single internet search, from any major search engine, to target unsuspecting internet users. And, beyond advertisers and intelligence agencies, certain groups are using the internet to do other things.

These so-called countering violent extremism programs, like Moonshot CVE program and others are designed to alter the chemical pathways in our brains, and change our behavior, without the informed consent of the person who encounters them.

So, as we see time and time again, psychologists like Vaughan Bell, et al are either calculatingly deceptive (“Get out of my way, I have pharma drugs to sell! ”) or in the least, are totally full of shit, as the evidence has been apparent since at least 2013 that nation-state level organizations ranging from the,UKs JTRIG, and the FVEYs and their little pals in Israel, and intelligence agencies all over the world in general have been performing internet dissections of peoples web searches, and inferring or imputing “intention ” and “motivation” to online speakers.

“When you say ‘we do not have to accept psychiatric concepts of mental
illness in order to include biology in our understandings’ I
wholeheartedly agree. Let’s sidestep the argument over what might be
considered ‘psychiatric’ (dear old Foucault, of course, would have us
psychologists well within the psychiatric power structure) and just say
that one does not have to work within a medical framework to
successfully work with people to overcome their distress or impairment.
These frameworks are tools, however, and to suggest that certain
approaches are necessarily more compassionate than others entirely
misses the point. Just as some people object to their psychological
distress being medicalised, others object to their problems being
‘psychologicalised’. Is it our job to persuade people of our own
prejudices? Or to inform them of how each can be a tool for progress? If
our responsibility lies anywhere, it is to highlight how social and
psychological approaches are under-emphasised while simultaneously
encouraging an integrated view of human existence. A 21st-century
psychology should drop the incoherent battles over the false dichotomies
of the mind when the issue is one of understanding people in all their
rich complexity.

– Vaughan Bell”

(this post is still in progress, check back later. Or, read this post from The ThirteenthFloor.com, which explores the horrors of British psychiatric hospitals. Try not to miss the Jewish authors use of the number 13, or her mention of “chaos ”)

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