ROGS is inside the machine; or, what Ken Kesey called "the combine ": Santa Anita racetrack, and methamphetamine addicted horses.

Yeah, bizarre, right?
Have a look at Ken Kesey for a minute, then, maybe look at this gang stalking former LA County coroners investigator, Princess Megumi, to understand how bizarre and corrupt the area around Santa Anita racetrack is, and then, resume reading this post, ok?….
Nice to have you back amongst the living!
So, one of Americas many immigrants sidled up to me one day at a taco stand in LA, and gushed gushi’s about the methamphetamine problem with jockeys, and horse trainers at Santa Anita racetrack just outside of the Chinese Beverly Hills of California , aka, Arcadia, CA where real estate sells for two to three times the national average, because, well, The Invasion of the Body Snatchers(which was filmed in that area), is, like, a real thing, once we get out of the hoolie-boolie, and into examining corrupt social practices like gang stalking.
You just cant make this shit up, it is,THAT bizarre.
Chief trainer at Santa Anita racetrack fired likely because that areas police are TOTALLY CORRUPT, and purchased assets of the “deep state ” which I describe herein.
Anyways:what is just as bizarre as watching how the CIA /et alphabet control the narrative stream, is watching how “we the people ” respond to such institutional failure and endemic corruption, enabled by NSA-Fusion Center spying.
Here is an example of that, the search language that directed to this blog today:
stop atheist hate groups gang stalking
mormans killing babtist
gang stalking mormons
Is ROGS overall thesis correct? Do organized gangs of corrupt police, law enforcement, and groups like ATAP, and bizarre cultists like this here participate in, or instigate OGS?
ROGS lets yo decide, ok?
But be careful out there-these are state sanctioned religious fanatics with gunz and bombz and Psychological operations waged from Fusion Centers that we are dealing with.
Be careful, kids….

Do Mormon's have souls? The sordid fact that the CIA torture psychologist was a a Mormon Bishop

In America, “we don’t talk about politics or religion,” which is really like saying the same thing twice, because in nations that are “shepherded” by people who suffer from religious delusions and mythological narratives, the blur is astounding-as is the likelihood that you will encounter institutional psychopaths.
While few are surprised that psychology has a major schizophrenic narrative going as it attempts to rationalize it’s cozy relationship with corporate drug dealers, aka Big Pharma, that other  feature of madness is peeking out: many who work in psychology are themselves master manipulators and institutional sociopaths who hide behind the ultimate “mask of insanity.”
So, again, it is important to detox our minds from the influence operations effects, an when we encounter the terms “no touch torture” and “gang stalking” on the same page, we have to consider that institutional socipaths and organized religion are also nearly one and the same, for telling lies, or presenting myth laced history as fact takes a certain kind of “special person.”
SO without further adieu, I would like to note that one of the two CIA torture psychologists was a Mormon Bishop. That means that 50% of the load that tortured people unconscionably was Mormon.Are you seeing any patterns between that fact and this one?
Are you seeing any patterns yet about claims of “organized gang stalking” or torture, “no touch torture” or institutional sociopathy in the FBI for example? No? Well, keep them blinders on folks-because the ride gets messy when we overlook the fact that the FBI et agency is loaded with these types.
CIA torture Doctor Bruce Jessen is a Mormon Bishop:

An article in the NY Times today talks about more details that have come out about the CIA’s enhanced interrogation techniques after 9/11 and the men who created them. Turns out that both Dr. John Bruce Jessen and Dr. James Mitchell, the two main architects of the techniques (later condemned as torture and ineffective by the Senate Intelligence Committee) are LDS, and Jessen was made a bishop several years later. This guy not only helped devise the torture techniques, but also carried them out and trained others to do so as well. This included fun and lighthearted games (/s) such as the following:

  • Stuff the prisoner in a tiny box and poke them through holes in the side.
  • Waterboarding (in some cases until prisoners became completely unresponsive, with bubbles rising from their mouth, having involuntary stomach and leg spasms, and when they woke up, hysterical pleas for them to stop)
  • Walling (putting the prisoner’s neck in a collar, then using that collar to repeatedly slam them against a wall)
  • Dousing with buckets of ice water while naked and shackled
  • Dangling from the ceiling by the handcuffs for days on end to induce sleep deprivation

He was already a highly controversial public figure well before his calling as a bishop in Spokane WA in 2012. His company made $81 million for their role in developing and implementing these techniques. You can bet he paid tithing on that torture money (thank goodness it didn’t come from the lottery, or the church would have had to reject it!) The stake president who called him was well aware of his involvement but called him an honorable, trustworthy, and humble man and of course defended him (the church is awfully good at defending awful people) saying “the whole story has not been told.” His name was submitted to the First Presidency for approval (as all potential bishops are), and the church spokesman refused to comment on the matter. He was unanimously sustained by his ward as well. He’d also served as bishop for another congregation in the ’80s before all of the torture stuff went down. Luckily he resigned a week later, but holy hell, what poor taste in leadership! And how disturbing that nobody in his ward, stake presidency, or even the first presidency had any qualms about his appointment! I’m breaking out this story next time somebody defends that bishops are by default good people. Bishops don’t deserve to be trusted or respected by default anymore than any random joe shmoe on the street. Some are good, some are bad, and members really need to be critical about who they trust with their spiritual lives and personal matters.

RELATED READING: The son of a federal judge who is ALSO a Mormon kills himself in splashy manner in Las Vegas (the keen reader of my work will note links between my writing on this topic, and Las Vegas, as well as Clark County in general).
So, like I said- and the avid reader of my work will note- this thing of organized gang stalking can go two ways boys and girls. Hey, you there- onlooker’s and lurkers, a question: what could make a guy so depressed that he might kill himself? Hmmm. My guess is “something hidden in darkness.”

Suicide at Vegas Mormon temple was federal judge’s son

Published November 21, 2013 6:57 am

 

Las Vegas • A 26-year-old man who authorities say killed himself in the courtyard of a Mormon temple in Las Vegas was identified Wednesday as the son of a federal appeals court judge.
Scott Greer Bybee of Henderson died in the shooting just before 6:30 p.m. Tuesday while services were being conducted at the temple, police and the Clark County coroner said.
He was the son of 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Jay Bybee.
No one else was hurt, Las Vegas police Officer Bill Cassell said.
In a statement circulated by a 9th Circuit colleague, Judge Bybee and his wife Dianna Bybee said their son suffered from depression for many years, and they did all they could as parents to help him, including seeking professional advice and treatment.
“While Jay and Dianna mourn for Scott, and grieve for their own loss, they are grateful that he is finally released from his sufferings,” said the statement circulated by Judge Milan D. Smith Jr. of El Segundo, Calif. “They have faith that he is in a better place.”
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints spokeswoman Kristen Howey issued a statement calling the incident tragic and saying the thoughts and prayers of church members were with those involved.

Jay Bybee, 60, was nominated to the San Francisco-based 9th Circuit court by President George W. Bush and confirmed by the U.S. Senate in 2003.
He has been criticized for authoring documents in August 2002, later dubbed torture memos, that gave interrogators wide latitude to use techniques including waterboarding during questioning of terrorism detainees at the U.S. detention camp at Guantanamo Bay and at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq.

Gang stalking, Mormons, and the FBI

Many online narratives about gang stalking reference Mormon’s, and many blog comments also. While at face value most gang stalking blogs are likely cover operations and recruitment centers for FBI or other agency informants, they are also sometimes actual narratives of people who are being targeted in these pseudo-investigations.

UPDATE 07-20-2017: This is the singular most popular post on this blog, and gets at least three hits per day. If the author is found buried in the hot, dark Utah Deserete,’sprawled out like some Masonic symbol or on a guilded plate, or is found in some other compromising scenario-don’t say I didn’t warn you.
And: to all of those who named themselves in the linked post- “how does it feel to have YOUR OpSec compromised?” Welcome to Targetland. Shoe’s on the other foot now. “We the People,” and all that.

The FBI and the CIA have a long history recruiting Mormon’s for various reasons, and here below is a link to some commentary on Reddit, one of the back channels where these dialogues take place, and some evidence that this is the case:

CIA, FBI, NSA recruitment of Mormons (self.exmormon)

submitted 1 year ago by brainwashednomore

I’ve been to a career fair at BYU and I saw a gentleman there from my ward on the East Coast when I was a child that I knew worked in the Intelligence Community (IC). He was in the military recruiting room of the fair, but he was in a suit and wasn’t recruiting for the armed services. I also had a neighbor growing up that almost got blown up on a secret assignment in Libya I believe. He skipped dessert at the main floor restaurant in his hotel, and went on a walk outside and passed a guy heading into the hotel with a backpack, and 30 seconds later the restaurant went boom. It was all over the news, and his wife knew where he was on assignment, and this was before cell phones so she was freaking out and kind of spilled the beans. We lived in proximity to Ft Meade in MD (NSA HQ).
I think it’s also Mormon legend in general that the IC prefers to hire Mormons because they are clean cut, and live clean lives and that makes it easier for them to pass a background investigation for high level security clearances. Has anyone else heard this?
Discuss:
 

[–]AllByMyZelphI dig burial mounds 55 points 1 year ago

Mormons know how to keep a sacred.

[–][deleted] 21 points 1 year ago

More specifically, they’re used to being a part of a hierarchy with a shady history and not looking into that stuff too much, seeing deeper analysis of something which presents itself with a smiling face as heretical, and fleeing with arms flailing from any hint of progressive values where civil rights are concerned. And yeah, they tend to give a very clean-cut impression and don’t tend to get into the sort of trouble which embarrasses the agency from a PR perspective.
EDIT: Oh, and whether it’s true or not this is more than just something Mormons believe. I’ve heard jokes (including one in Inherent Vice) about government agents being disproportionately Mormon.

[–][deleted] 8 points 1 year ago

Also, they know how to obey regardless of what is right.

[–]The_Last_YYou want religion, do you?[🍰] 4 points 1 year ago

Also a lot of them have experience living in shitty conditions for extended periods of time, following rigid schedules and speak a second language. Thanks mission.

[–]Stuboysrevenge(wish that damn dog had caught him!) 4 points 1 year ago

You got to it before I could. Unquestioned obedience to authority. Being able to deal with moral relativity (IE. Nephi committing murder) and justifying things for a”higher ” cause. Just to name a few…

[–]FearlessFixxerEvil Apostate/Regular Dude…depends on who you ask 22 points 1 year ago

My father is retired from the CIA.
About 12 years ago, I was part of a conversation between him and a guy who was really high up (and mormon too)….
he said that the CIA was starting to really cut back on Mormon recruitment. He said they still hire mormons but they were not pursuing them as agressivly as in the past.
He said the reason was because they were running into serious problems where the mormons would not do certain things they needed to while undercover, like drink alcohol.
This is all abviously anectdotal so take it for what it is worth

[–]repmack 1 point 1 year ago

I’d imagine most CA agents wouldn’t need to drink on the job.

[–]FearlessFixxerEvil Apostate/Regular Dude…depends on who you ask 1 point 1 year ago

I can’t say how common it is…that is what this guy said.
I would imagine there might be scenerios where they might need to blend in.
If you would like to read a great book on undercover work, check out Under and Alone. It is the story of the first undercover law enforcement agent to ever become a fully patched member of a motorcycle gang. Let’s just say, a mormon could not have made it happen….

[–]The_Last_YYou want religion, do you?[🍰] 1 point 1 year ago

A lot of missions can fall under lying for the Lord, but some lines Mormons aren’t going to cross without a voice telling them to cut off that head.

[–]repmack 1 point 1 year ago

My point is not that those jobs aren’t done, but most cia jobs aren’t undercover field work. More likely is they wanted to go drinking with co workers and know that Mormons are no fun.

[–]FearlessFixxerEvil Apostate/Regular Dude…depends on who you ask 1 point 1 year ago

I realize that most jobs are not undercover but that was the context of the conversation i was a part of.

[–][deleted] 21 points 1 year ago

Yes. I have 3 family members in IC. Also, I think they are also easy to mold into IC culture because they have been molded their entire life in Mormonism. It’s an easy transition to fall in line and follow their leaders.

 
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LDS Family abandons son in the Desert after he refuses to go on his Mission. But there’s still hope: maybe these guys will ‘recruit’ him now.
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[UPDATE 10-22-2017] This post has turned into the most popular on this blog, and, as I track the readership, and also, track the accessory manipulation of the links above, and in other posts, as we see interesting patterns.
For instance this link below has been moved from its original web-location, to another location (my most popular posts are where I contribute to the wider dialectic of intel and out a few of the rats who spend all our federal dollars chasing political webs of relations across the country-as a form of endless job security.
As you read my blog, note that frequently, things I write about get “webscrubbed” or “webwashed” shortly afterwards. Like many of the cases today where we see federal agencies as little more than hidden criminal organizations, wit sectarian and political cabals within them practicing parallel construction, we also see webterrogation, webscrubbing and webwashing as a practice as well
Let’s do some basic cost-benefit analyses: who benefits from shuffling the link below? See if you can guess. But CYA ain’t just a diaper on the shitty scheme of intel agency blur, mission creep and outright fraud upon taxpayers.
So what’s an honest citizen to do when their life becomes a constant target of numb-headed personality-less and unimaginitive agency clock milkers? A little counter-intelligence doesn’t hurt;-)
Lastly- they sure like the story about the son of a federal judge committing suicide. Prollly they are working my theory of “gang stalking” a bit harder than the usual gang stalking blogs]
https://www.upi.com/Archives/1985/10/02/Former-FBI-agent-testifies-of-bureaus-alleged-Mormon-Mafia/1171497073600/

 

 

Organized gang stalking and Mormons

UPDATE: 10-16-2017: This is the lost popular post today, just after i posted this one yesterday, and this one a few days ago.
Mormons make ideal recruits for the FBI, DHS, and the CIA as well as any of the other intelligence agencies. Why is that?
Some speculate it is because they are inherently deluded-that “they know how to keep a sacred” i.e. they cover each others asses when they perpetrate horrific abuses of human rights; blind allegiance to myth and Biblical contortionism and their own specific variants of self righteous racism or moral equivocation that we see all over the map with LEO’s and other public servants of “god” we see all over the map with LEO’s and other public servants of “god” trumps their reason, and intellects, and their “critical thinking skills,”; or, like Catholics and Jews, adherence to Biblical contortionism and its accompanying superstitions about “the devil” make them ideal black and white thinkers whose entire analysis is religious, and unified by this zeal for mythology.
Why Mormons? From AtlasObscura.com

“While this comes as a surprise to most people, in Washington and particularly among people who work with or report on intelligence and law enforcement, it’s common knowledge. And occasionally it leaks into popular culture: In his 2009 memoir Agent Bishop, Mike McPheters describes his years doubling as a FBI agent and Mormon bishop—a community leadership position he inherited from another FBI agent. More recently, a (controversial) subplot on ABC’s Quantico featured a Mormon recruit whose upstanding reputation hid a dark secret.

 But, in reality, Mormons end up in these agencies for perfectly logical reasons. The disproportionate number of Mormons is usually chalked up to three factors: Mormon people often have strong foreign language skills, from missions overseas; a relatively easy time getting security clearances, given their abstention from drugs and alcohol; and a willingness to serve.”
 In the memoir by McPheetr’s, we see many of  the elements of “what makes a good gang stalking recruit,” ranging from cult beliefs to black and white thnking and us-v-them constructs; to sycophantic worship of power embodied by the FBI, to  one tribal interpretation and co-option of the Jesus myth, and especially noteworthy is a “fight against Satan!”
Those evil trough slurping Sataniss’s are everywhere, dontchaknow!:
When Mike got his dream job as an FBI agent, he never thought he would also be called as an LDS bishop four times! Follow Mike as he recalls his adventures as an FBI agent and inspiration as a bishop. As Mike fought crime and Satan with a pistol in one hand and scriptures in the other, he learned the importance of obedience in both jobs. Filled with surprises and unexpected thrills, and told with humor and ease, Agent Bishop: True Stories from an FBI Agent Moonlighting as a Mormon Bishop is the perfect memoir for the FBI agent in all of us!

Read more here

Some even say that there is a “Mormon mafia” in the FBI. So, when reading the blogs and online narratives, keep this phrase in mind, because often, the writers will allude to being pursued by the mafia.

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Former FBI agent testifies about Mormon Mafia
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