Part I - Motives for Mind Control | Part II - Resisting the Mind Control State | Part III - Mental Firewalls
Part II: Resisting
the Mind Control State
Allen L. Barker April 29, 2001
This essay is
a compilation of thoughts on methods to resist governmentally and societally
supported mind control torture, repression, and exploitation. It is
part II of a series of three, and deals only with social and political issues.
Part I, ``Motives for Mind Control,'' describes
some of the motives for mind control and why it continues. Part III
of the series, ``Mental Firewalls'' deals with the techniques
and methods that survivors of this torture have developed to resist having
their very mentation tampered with, their bodies and lives violated, and their
minds turned into battlefields.
of this essay is not to try to convince anyone of what is truly going on,
but rather to analyze the situation and consider what can be done about it
(after you know well enough what is going on and are willing to act as if
you know it). I have talked to a good number of mind control victims
over the past few years, and many ask me what we can do about the situation.
That has been a difficult question. There are many possible actions to take,
but ineffective actions only waste time. It is a complicated and disgusting
situation in the U.S. with regard to mind control abuses, and it does no good
to pretend otherwise or mince words. This essay is perhaps part of an
answer, such as it is, to those questions.
A Brief Description
of Mind Control Torture
First, I should
explain what I mean by mind control. Some so-called ``rebuttals''
of explanations of mind control harassment and technology focus on
narrow semantic interpretations of the term, for example by setting
up the straw man that any mind control technology must be able to
completely control someone's mind. I am using the term in the
more general sense that is now the common usage. By mind control
I am referring to covert attempts to influence the thoughts and behavior
of human beings against their will (or without their knowledge), particularly
when surveillance of an individual is used as an integral part of
such influencing. I am especially dealing with situations where individuals
are singled out for campaigns of influencing and harassment using
advanced technology. I am not referring to such things as everyday
TV commercials trying to convince you that you need the latest shampoo
-- unless the commercials are being used in a way deeper than this
surface level such as with the inclusion of subliminals and triggers.
(For more details and descriptions, see for example the Mind Control:
Technology, Techniques, and Politics web site at http://www.datafilter.com/mc
is rooted in surveillance devices, such as audio and video bugs, through-the-wall
and remote sensing devices, and biosensors both remote and implanted.
This provides the feedback for the influencing, as well as any ``entertainment''
value for voyeur/sadists and intellectual property theft for thieves.
Coupled with the surveillance is some sort of ``effector'' or feedback path
for influencing an individual. This may be as simple as spreading rumors
and gossip based on the surveillance. It may include acting out ``street
theater'' to the individual, letting them know they are under surveillance
and putting them in bizarre situations to see what they do or to cause trauma
and disorientation. This may even include spreading the information
for use by ``assets'' in the newspaper, television, radio, and advertising
businesses and on the internet. In some individuals hypnosis may have
been used to condition certain reactions and behavior to be triggered by later
cues. The use of technology ranges from using harassing phone calls
coupled with surveillance-based feedback to provide aversive stimuli in a
person's home, to abusing the media and the internet as a means for harassment,
to the use of pulsed microwave beams to cause pain, anxiety, or heart palpitations,
to the use of brain implants to record and affect the brain directly, to...
Thus there are
several categories of mind control operations, for example covert druggings,
hypnosis and trauma conditioning, one-shot EM-type brain blasting, short-term
mind fucks, and ongoing feedback control setups for long-term torture and
exploitation of victims, to mention a few. What they have in common
is the attack against the mind of the victim, as well as the deniable and
denied nature of the attack. The exact means being used in any particular
case are beside the point here. These techniques do not just violate
one or two of what everyone knows are fundamental human rights: In one
fell swoop they violate almost every fundamental human right a person has.
I am sure that
most if not all of the strategies I will discuss in this essay have occurred
to people involved in the area of mind control for any length of time. I hope
this essay will prove useful by collecting these various ideas together and
providing a big-picture overview of some possibilities. I have tried to cover
the whole range of possible actions, including violent action. I know the torturers
and their apologists may take this as some sort of propaganda coup, and that
these state-sponsored terrorists may go around shouting ``terrorist,'' but the
list would not be complete if I did not include those possibilities. Thinking
about all the possible reactions can yield insights into seemingly unrelated
response to ideas for action is to criticize the person putting forth the
ideas. Remarks like, ``what have you done,'' ``why didn't you do this or that,''
and ``what is your hidden agenda'' are to be expected, indirectly if not directly.
I am confident enough about my efforts over the past years to expose and stop
these human rights violations to not let that bother me -- whether or not
someone else might agree with my approaches. Developing a thick skin against
smears and dirty tricks is necessary in American politics in general these
days, and especially when trying to expose horrible atrocities carried out
by well-funded and secretive groups. Everyone has his or her own skills,
abilities, and situation, and knows if he or she is making his or her best
effort in the circumstances.
I am coming
out and saying a lot here, and I have given it a lot of consideration.
Some people might argue that incremental progress is the way to present things,
to preserve some notion of ``credibility.'' To me, preserving ``credibility''
means to point out what I know is the case after I know quite well it is the
case. There have been denials every step of the way, even of technology
that definitely exists like microwave voice projection and implanted tracking
devices. Does that not impugn the ``credibility'' of the deniers, or
the professional liars who are known to have tortured American citizens for
decades? Why should anyone think that such programs of torture ever
stopped? They have not.
of the Declaration of Independence pledged their lives, their fortunes, and
their sacred honor. I present this essay in the same spirit. If
people are afraid to say that they are being tortured in the U.S. then the
torturers will be free to keep on torturing. As the song goes, ``it
starts when you're always afraid.''
I have already
been subjected to torture-level extrajudicial surveillance and harassment
by ``my fellow Americans,'' inside my own home and mind, for the past four
[now six] years. This has sharpened my awareness in some ways, and I
have seen quite directly how this stinking society and culture operate.
So I know something about how these pathetic, juvenile and barbaric rapists
work -- though it is difficult to imagine and it would make you feel sorry
for them if it weren't for their many victims. So yes, I will write
it. I will stake my credibility, career, family, and life on it because
I know damn well it is true and there is no real alternative but slavery.
the colonists ``prove'' in a corrupt and controlled court that the soldiers
of King George III oppressed the citizens of the colonies?)
This is a very
brief rundown of the current situation in the United States today. Similar situations
exist in other ``advanced'' countries, but my focus in this essay is on the
U.S. (Though other countries have adopted or will adopt the American model of
repression.) The situation has been described at length in other essays and
books by various authors, so this is just a summary.
The United States
is, for all practical purposes, a military/intelligence police state.
This reality is hidden behind a facade of representative government and media
psyops and lies. The evil empire had an evil twin. Citizens can
be selected at random for horrible experimentation and abuse. Those
who seriously challenge the corrupt system face covert harassment and abuse.
Collaborators, apologists, and profiteers. Our elected representatives
have no real power at all over the military/intelligence complex in the United
States. They are generally bought and paid for by groups interested
only in making ever more money, in any way possible.
are many decent people in the United States. At least that is what little
faith I have left in America. The stated principles of this country
still stand strong, even as they are ignored. That might be some slight
hope for the country, but I hate this country now. I hate the United
States. Read this paragraph again from the beginning. I hate the
phony culture of lies and exploitation. I hate its stinking loudmouth
hypocrite ``rulers'' and their goon squad torturers. I hate its ongoing
atrocities and its phony veneer of ``civilization'' pasted over its blatant
barbarity. The fourth reich is alive and well in North America, Americanized
with lawyers, PR men, marketing, and advertising. The death camps are
kept well-hidden as they continue operating for decades, as slaves are taunted
with lies of freedom, free enterprise, and a ``strong economy.''
of people are not knowingly touched by this repressive system because
they do not need to be: They are kept ``blissfully ignorant'' (or pretend
it out of expedience). They think they are living in the phony nation
the propaganda advertises, and are compliant subjects for their hidden and
self-determined overlords. This might be called government from underneath
a rock. The persecutions and exploitations are just as vile, if not
more vile, because they are hidden. The entire culture suffers, but
no one seems to notice the absence of real dissent or fresh ideas or leaders
coming from outside the corrupt two-party system. It is like Disneyland,
where everything is a facade. The difference is that in Disneyland everyone
knows it is a facade, and people are not being tortured back behind the facades
might even portray this new feudal and repressive state as some sort of advance.
For greedy fascists without consciences and who can manage to stay on the
exploiting side rather than becoming one of the exploited it might be a real
``paradise.'' I hope historians for centuries hence will see the current
American leadership as the Vichy government it is, collaborating with and
profiteering from crimes against humanity. These leaders are either
real fools or they know damn well what is going on in their repressive nation.
Look at them on TV. They want to condition you to feel some phony nationalism
and well-being at their slick lies; condition yourself instead to feel
revulsion and disgust at propaganda reels. That box in your living room
lies constantly, and to personify it further, it is one of the biggest and
most culpable collaborators in American atrocities. Always another lie,
always blaming a victim, always spinning this way and that, always an excuse
or rationalization. Keep your mental distance from this mind poison
and see it for the controlling tool it is (as well as for what it could be
and could have been).
Let us assume
a counterfactual for a moment and suppose that the U.S. government is not
involved, that it is ``only'' private groups or foreign governments attacking
and exploiting American citizens. In that case the U.S. government is
still guilty and complicitous. They have kept the technology
secret, have helped in the repression and discrediting of victims, and have
done essentially nothing to stop the abuse. They have failed in the
most basic functions of government. These are serious, serious crimes
we are talking about here: literally torture and enslavement. (Should,
say, Russian or Chinese government agents be free to mind control torture
American citizens here in the U.S.? Should organized crime groups?
Should industrial espionage agents or ``friendly'' intelligence services?
It really is
that bad: evolved torture techniques, a neutron bomb that destroys the person
from within while society can ignore it. Understand, this is known stuff
and much is admitted by the government; but still no actions are taken.
While the government has only admitted a grain of sand in the desert of its
atrocities, what we know is bad enough. And still nothing happens and
the politicians go on grandstanding, pretending nothing is wrong, and stuffing
their pockets. If someone came into your home and did this to you or
your family directly you would be completely justified in shooting them
dead -- and any jury in the country would agree with you. But when government
agents do the same things, its Nazi pigs are protected and the victims are
further smeared. If there is any use for ``Old Sparky'' it is to fry
these torturing, treasonous, Nazi pigs.
Against Mind Control
The community against
mind control is a varied one. There are researchers who have uncovered
mind control abuses (and then encountered the mind control coverups), there
are victims and their families and friends, and there are other citizens who
have heard and seen what is going on, recognized its truth, and acted on it.
There are a few organizations set up to resist mind control, and several researchers
and activists who have worked on the issue and with victims for many years.
I will not name them here to avoid leaving anyone out. Fortunately or
unfortunately, there is no real unified leadership fighting mind control
in the United States, not to disparage anyone's work in the area.
First of all,
being an outspoken critic of American mind control atrocities is not helpful
to one's career, finances, or health. Things may get better as the atrocities
gradually come more and more to light, but harassment and surveillance are
to be expected. People working against mind control, especially when
they are victims themselves, must deal with the fact that they are being watched
and their every move (and even thought) is being analyzed. The criminal
factions can move to thwart or counter any move even before it happens.
Remember, these are atrocities committed against men, women, and children
for years on end, committed by vicious and amoral people with powerful connections
and funding sources. They will threaten, blackmail, harass, and murder
to conceal their crimes. The lie of American freedom serves them well
as cover for their fascist tactics, but also makes them especially fear exposure
for what they are and what they have done against their own people.
victims themselves can be somewhat difficult to work with, and for good reason.
They have survived and are still coping with almost unimaginable torture experiences
and the associated psychological and physical trauma (these would be called
torture sequelae, but the torture generally has not stopped and is ongoing).
They have been betrayed in the worst way imaginable by their own people.
They have been exploited and been put through experiences meant to demean
them. They have been slandered, blackmailed, and threatened. They
have had their minds repeatedly violated and often their bodies as well.
They have seen provocateurs disrupting anything that looks like it might achieve
something and know all too well about infiltration. They have watched
their society and seen how pervasive this modern-day system of torture
and exploitation is in the United States. They tend not to be financially
well-off, for obvious reasons. They have often had such incredible and
hard-to-believe experiences on an ongoing basis that they do not even mention
the most outrageous ones, knowing they will face ridicule enough for describing
their other experiences.
There are victims
of various sorts of mind control experiments and operations, from childhood
induced trauma and conditioning, to hypnosis abuses, to electromagnetic harassment,
to covert drugging, to implanted devices, to street theater to... In
short, any sort of mind control technology and technique the government has
wanted to test it has tested on its unconsenting citizens. Thus
there are many different experiences, or clusters, of mind control victims.
The people themselves have varied backgrounds and have as an unfortunate commonality
that for whatever reason they were singled out and tortured. There are
some victims who have suffered brain damage and severe psychological problems
as a result of their torture. There also are truly mentally ill people,
true kooks, and provocateurs impersonating both to help discredit the real
victims. Many victims have a history of some connection to the military
or to an intelligence agency, which is sad but not surprising, and thus face
realistic suspicions that they are agents or plants. Altogether these
factors point to why mind control victims are reluctant to trust anyone, much
less someone claiming to be or touted as their leader. Thus there is
currently a sort of leaderless resistance to mind control, which I hope can
be more effective than it currently is.
victims are very much like prisoners of war who have been tortured.
The difference is that they generally do not know why they have been tortured,
they do not have their own army or support system, and they have been tortured
by citizens of their own country. That, and the torture is generally
ongoing and has not stopped. Rather than any sort of sympathy or respect
for having ``served their country'' by being selected for exploitation and
torture for the sake of what is billed as ``national security'' or ``freedom,''
these veterans of mind control abuse are subjected to ridicule and abuse.
The psychological torture, and often the physical torture, is ongoing.
victims are supposed to second guess the reason for their torture. Why
were they selected? What is so special about them? Their being
selected for torture might even be portrayed as some sort of flattering attention
that needs a special explanation, lest they be accused of having delusions
State and Societal
Methods to Continue and Conceal Ongoing Mind Control Operations
The primary method
used to conceal and continue ongoing mind control operations is secrecy.
The weapons used are highly classified, and those who abuse them to summarily
torture American citizens benefit from a conspiracy -- as defined in the dictionary
-- to conceal their crimes. Secrecy is the American passion; it is the
way the United States institutes fascist repression against its citizens while
pretending to be a democracy respecting human rights. Secrecy has only
grown more entrenched in the U.S. since some of the mind control abuses against
citizens were exposed in the 1970s.
and psychological communities are also used as tools in the repression and
torture of American citizens. Sometimes wittingly, sometimes unwittingly,
mental health workers aid in and help cover up mind control operations in
the United States. First, these communities aid in the repression by
advertising mental illnesses and their symptoms while ignoring technological
means for inflicting the same symptoms. They ignore the reality of government
harassment campaigns and nonconsensual experimentation on the public.
This lays the groundwork for mind control victims to be labeled as mentally
ill and dismissed, or for some half-educated person to think they are helping
by suggesting the victim ``get psychiatric help.'' Deniability is one
of the first principles of covert action, and inflicting torture which mimics
the symptoms of mental illness is not especially novel. The deniability
is preserved by publicizing mental illnesses while denying mind control technology
and harassment techniques.
mental health community aids in repression by directly diagnosing and even
institutionalizing against their will people who claim to be mind control
victims. This is nothing short of the former Soviet system of using
psychiatry to discredit and silence dissidents and others, though with a typical
American spin involving layers of lies and secrecy. There truly are
mentally ill people, and their illnesses are unfortunately used as cover lies
for torture. This is just another sad reflection on a profession sworn to
``do no harm.'' Aside from a few trusted practitioners, the mental health
community and system should be considered collaborators in American repression,
at least until their diagnostic manuals have entries for electronic and other
mind control, nonconsensual experimentation, and trauma and torture sequelae
due to harassment campaigns like those the U.S. government has carried out
for years against its own people. The psychiatric community is used
to enforce belief in the socially demanded delusion that the U.S. government
does not engage in extrajudicial torture and harassment of its own citizens
(and the delusion that the psychiatric community does not have years of mind
control blood on its hands).
is the American press. These liars participate in coverups of all sorts
of intelligence community atrocities, while at the same time preaching about
freedom of the press and their mythical watchdog roles. A recent canonical
example is provided by the mainstream papers' attempts at discrediting and
smearing the few journalists who dared to report CIA knowledge of Contra drug
trafficking -- even though it was already known from Senate hearings years
earlier. [In an interesting two-birds scenario, at the same time this
cocaine was being imported the zero-tolerance just-say-no campaign was going
full force, and our prisons were being filled to world-record levels with
inner city users and sellers of some of this same cocaine.] Even when
the CIA finally admitted as much in its own reports, the press would not report
it accurately, let alone apologize to the actual reporters they had smeared.
This is what the dictionary and the law define as a conspiracy. Most
media outlets in the U.S. are de facto propaganda outlets for the government,
especially for the intelligence agencies. The shameful refusal of the
press to cover human radiation experiments by the government for almost a
decade after the information was released by a Congressional committee is
another canonical example, perhaps even closer to the case of mind control
Not only will
the press not openly report ongoing mind control abuses and torture, many
in the press act as apologists for it and even as participants in the torture.
Many mind control victims have become very familiar with the way that symbols
and codewords are used to both let the victims know they are under surveillance
and to attempt to smear and discredit them. This coded and between-the-lines
speech is apparently standard issue in the intelligence and diplomatic communities,
while ordinary citizens tend to scoff at the notion of basic ``English 101''-type
symbolism being used by journalists and spies. Deniability is the principle.
Have your cake and deny it too.
for deniable smears include making the smears either be so specific or so
general that they can be denied -- and these deniable smears can be distributed
across the entire media spectrum like other concerted propaganda campaigns.
An example of the specific sense would be what the victim ate last night or
what the victim's spouse said during sex (intended to harass and goad).
The general smear could be general stories about things the victim has recently
done or been interested in. These are deniable, though the victim knows,
and is supposed to know, but cannot say or do much for fear of being called
insane. This is combined with symbolic and between-the-lines ``stories''
dealing with the victim in a deniable way, smears by juxtaposition, soundalike
phrases, and the whole bag of psyop tricks and ways to communicate (or in
this case harass) between the lines. [When you start to pick up the
messages between the lines, be aware that there are often more lies between
the lines than on them.] Some of these smears are so stupid that you
would laugh in the torturer's face if the smear did not reveal human rights
violations against the victim or you did not know the absolutely vicious intent
the torturer had.
The press techniques
used mirror some of those reported to have been used by the CIA in manipulating
South and Central American populations via psychological operations carried
out through the media. It is no surprise at all that these techniques
would have been brought back and diffused into the U.S. covert political reality.
Who is watching the spies and national security complex in the current political
climate? The American press consists of some of the most arrogant, manipulative,
thin-skinned, and provincial people imaginable, always rationalizing away
their own criminal complicity in crimes against humanity. The few exceptions
know who they are.
mind control victims, the media will play them up as schizophrenic kooks.
Acts of physical and psychological terror by the government are ignored, while
those speaking out against such terror are ridiculed. The United States
is so transparent in its propaganda it is amazing anyone is gullible enough
to believe it, except that it is so pervasive. Many Americans fall for
the lies and misinformation because they have been so inundated with propaganda
and lies for all of their lives that they cling to their adult Santa Clauses
and refuse to confront differing facts.
In a larger
sense, the press engages in what Jeff Cohen has called propaganda from the
center. I would modify that by saying that the press and the government
engage in both propaganda and terrorism from the phony center. The phony
center is the place where the system works. It is the place where no
human rights violations happen within the U.S., and where everything
runs smoothly so businesses and corporations can go on making money.
It is not Republican or Democratic. It is the status quo minus all the
unfortunate and ugly realities and events that might cause ripples.
Crime and crime coverage fit right into the phony center, though, because
this gives the system some bad guys to chase and catch, showing how the system
works and even polices itself. State crimes are almost never mentioned,
and white-collar crimes are not mentioned often. It is mostly crimes
by people who are in what might be called the lower classes, except that in
the phony center there is no such thing as class in America. Crime coverage
also serves very effectively to scare the public, so they will willingly accede
to authority and, increasingly of late, surrender more of their liberties.
(There are also the high-profile ``entertainment crimes'' which can displace
real news for months.) Terrorism from the center is any act of terrorism
that tends to reinforce the impression of the phony center. It can serve
to discredit ``extremists'' as well as to terrorize dissidents who might threaten
the power of the elites. This terrorism might include public acts to
be misreported on the news or cointelpro actions secretly carried out against
people and groups.
In the service
of the phony center, the press also utilizes a ``triangulation strategy''
to soften and minimize the most egregious atrocities taking place in the country.
If there were a chance that people might learn of the secret government literally
holding people as electronic slaves in distributed concentration camps created
from the victim's own homes and minds, the CIA would be portrayed as fighting
the slave trade overseas. See, I cannot argue with fighting slavery
overseas. It is a good thing, assuming it is real and not just more
PR propaganda. But now it has purposely distracted from the domestic
abuses. The general rule is to triangulate by emphasizing something
similar to the domestic problem except that it is not quite so bad or is committed
by bad criminals the government is chasing or by foreign groups or governments.
It masks the most serious abuses (people can only concentrate on so many things).
Someone not familiar with the idea of masking by triangulation might even
think someone in the press was trying to help but, gosh, here at least is
a watered-down something.
here is similar to the ``limited hang-out'' strategy so often used by intelligence
agencies when they fear worse exposures of their crimes. That is, they
admit a few abuses that are bad but hardly the worst abuses or the bulk of
the abuses, play up those admissions for a time, and then declare that ``it's
time to move on.'' Amazingly enough, after a few years they often begin
denying and hiding the few admissions they actually made and we have what
Robert Parry has called lost history (though most of the actual history was
never revealed anyway).
denying and covering up mind control crimes there are witting ``assets'' and
collaborators in all parts of society. To say it is Stasi-like is not
going too far. Some are profiting directly from this exploitation and
enslavement, while others profit indirectly or hope to not become another
victim by collaborating. Too many Americans are just plain cruel and
barbaric. There are ``assets,'' apologists, and collaborators in the
advertising and entertainment businesses, in academia, in science and engineering,
anywhere you might look. Some are likely just following the cues of
the unspoken dialogue and symbolism, while others are directly connected.
Some may be mind control victims themselves, aware of it or not. This
is a real, live conspiracy of the sort that Americans love to ridicule others
for pointing out. I do not put anything past people who would participate
in systematic torture, including manufacturing news ``events'' for distracting,
discrediting, and as a launching point for their desired spin.
the Church report only scratched the surface of the abuses then, and that
things got worse through the 80s and 90s, and you may get some inkling of
the true situation.
Protest and Resistance
This is a listing
of various possible methods to protest and resist the crime against humanity
that mind control torture really is. They are listed very roughly in order
of increasing severity and confrontation. They are not mutually exclusive,
of course, and several or many could and should be employed at once. I
would urge people not to act in rage, especially on some of the more extreme
actions. Acting in rage may result in your being manipulated by others.
Any actions should be undertaken with premeditated thought and understanding
of the implications. On the more extreme actions there is no rush (unless
you feel like it, with your true free mind). Be prepared from the start
for the long term, and keep your eyes on the prize, so to speak.
law enforcement, like the FBI. This is typically the first thing someone
does when a violent crime has been committed. (It may take a mind control
victim some time to realize what is going on, and that such vicious mind manipulations
are in fact being directed against him or her in a concerted manner.
That is, it may take some time to realize that it can and does ``happen here''
even though we do not see such crimes openly reported in the paper or on the
evening news.) In the case of mind control and electromagnetic harassment
crimes this option has proved to be of no value whatsoever. I do not
know of one case where this resulted in any investigation or anything other
than polite dismissal, at the very best. Some mind control victims are
afraid to contact the authorities. This may be because they fear further
abuse or fear that any investigation will turn against them when back channels
are utilized by their torturers. Psyops typically employ such threats,
including blackmail threats based on anything observed over years of torture/surveillance,
physical threats against loved ones, and purposely instilled distrust of anyone
who might be able to help.
There is also
good reason to believe that the FBI is in fact directly involved as the harasser
in many cases. Historically, the FBI has made both a study and a practice
of targeting and harassing American citizens. The FBI without a doubt
knows about the sort of electronic weaponry that many victims say has been
used to harass and torture them. They have held classified conferences
where they discuss such weapons and plan for sharing this technology with
other law enforcement agencies -- yet they still deny that the technology
exists. These would be called secret police tactics in most other nations,
but the perception management of the American citizenry requires that such
descriptions not become commonly used here.
When the authorities are no help, many people turn to the judicial system
for relief. First, one has to find a lawyer willing to take the case.
This can be difficult in itself, as many lawyers either refuse to believe
the victims or else want nothing to do with challenging the secret government.
Even lawyers willing to take the cases may lack the specific expertise needed
in national security law. Assuming a lawyer has been found, there remains
the problem of gathering evidence for use in court -- evidence of a crime
that has been tailored over the years precisely not to leave such evidence.
Surveillance and harassment will be used to attempt to thwart any effective
actions of the victim, he or she will not be able to act in private, and certainly
will not be allowed private counsel with lawyer-client privilege. Finally,
assuming a lawyer has been found and a case put together there remains the
problem that the courts are heavily stacked in favor of secret government
At some point,
if any progress is being made at all, there will be a claim of national security
and the government will move for dismissal. If the victim is lucky enough
to get to this stage the trial will be dragged out for years and cost hundreds
of thousands of dollars -- all while the torture goes on and the victim's
whole life is derailed and devoted to regaining his or her fundamental human
rights. (This process in practice reveals what a farce the American
participation in international treaties like those against torture and slavery
is, since the U.S. claims that its current laws, Constitution, and courts
provide implementation of these protections for its citizens.)
A common misconception
is that there is no law against what the mind control torturers are doing,
that it is somehow ``legal.'' While it would be helpful and useful to
have new laws on the books to more specifically protect the mind control victims
and make people aware of such crimes, there are plenty of laws currently on
the books that could be used to stop the torture and punish the torturers.
In American law it a matter of if there is a will there is a way. (This
is illustrated in the selective prosecutions and in the ignoring of the clear
crimes of the powerful that happens all the time in American ``justice.'')
While this trend that mocks the rule of law usually works against justice,
if we can generate the political will we may be able to get some justice.
direct contact with legislators. In a functioning representative government,
citizens should be able to contact their representatives when the usual system
has failed them. Mind control victims can indeed contact their representatives,
but to little effect. Some representatives simply ignore or throw away
letters from mind control victims. Others may make a few inquiries that
get nowhere and then give up. The political facts are that most representatives
have almost no power when it comes to investigating abuses of the intelligence
apparatus (though they do not want to let on that they are powerless in that
regard). Some representatives have been co-opted into the intelligence
community and actually run interference for the agencies rather than representing
their constituents who are undergoing torture. This is terribly expedient
for them, since they know they cannot be held accountable for actions they
take in secret. (Some representatives may just be naive and fall for
the slide shows of lies that spies like to give to representatives in secret
sessions, knowing that no one has the chance to counter their misinformation.)
Nonetheless, one can hope that there are some decent people left in government
who recognize what is happening. Phone calls and paper letters to legislators
tend to be more effective than email.
Our nation is
wealthy and we are continually assured that the economy is good. The
cold war supposedly ended. If the American political system cannot deal
with the nation's continuing atrocities under these conditions, when can it?
activity. Voting is only a part of the direct political activities
that can be undertaken. The problem is the lack of candidates and politicians
willing to deal with these issues. Even a few politicians with real
spines, not worried about their own reelection but about doing what is right,
could start to make a difference. For now, working at the primary and
grass-roots level may be more effective than waiting until the standard Democrat
and Republican are selected and presented as a choice. Third parties
can bring new issues to the table. If we can figure out who in the government
is secretly anti-human rights we can work to ensure that those people are
not reelected, since they have no place in public government -- and if they
are themselves responsible for torture they belong in prison. The barrier
here is the abuse of secrecy in government to keep the public from knowing.
If we could get a few roll-call votes on important human rights issues those
could be used as a voting guide -- but always watch out for phony legislation
designed only to give the illusion of human rights support. The important
part of the voting is not just your single vote but to campaign tirelessly
yourself and with others against modern-day Nazis hiding anywhere in government.
human rights organizations. Mind control victims have appealed to
human rights organizations for years, trying to get them to focus their attention
on domestic, covert human rights abuses. For years they have been rebuffed
or ignored. Human rights organizations, many based in the U.S., freely
point their fingers at human rights abuses overseas while ignoring domestic
human rights abuses and victims. Recently, though, there has been some
progress made in getting a few organizations to begin to address these abuses.
It is only a small step so far, but at least it is something. As far
as I know no organizations have dealt directly with the issues of mind control
victims (even those acknowledged by the government). The World Organization
Against Torture, USA, did recently discuss human experimentation without consent
in its report on American compliance with the Convention Against Torture.
Continued appeals to other groups to follow this lead and to deal directly
with mind control issues may be productive. Remember, though, that the
setting up of phony front organizations, groups, and ``charities'' is a long
practiced way to co-opt, control, and neutralize opposition.
the press. The American press has already been discussed at length
in this essay. Nonetheless, there are still a few decent people in the
press acting as real journalists who may have the ability to get the truth
out. People should also support those decent journalists if the propagandist
media turns on them, and remember who the propagandists are. Support
press organizations who tell the hard but important truths.
churches, religious organizations and other groups who might be sympathetic.
You can appeal to your minister, priest, rabbi, roshi, etc., and the congregation,
sangha, or whatever the congregants are called, in the name of whatever God
or spirit or force or practice the religion worships or advocates. Most
religions at least give lip service to human rights. It might help.
You cannot have freedom of religion without the freedom of thought, and some
religious people have the sense to understand this.
can also be helped, at least helped to cope with the torture, by practicing
whatever faith they still follow or believe. It is important to always
know that this has nothing to do with the Nazi pigs playing at God and trying
to steal away human dignity and free will.
I have thought
for some time that mind control survivors might benefit from contact with
Holocaust survivors, if only to hear how they have coped for so many years
with the knowledge that their fellow human beings and countrymen tried to
exterminate them. How this lasting scar affected their families and views
(after their torture ordeal was actually over). I would hope they at
least see that these are Auschwitz-level atrocities, being committed for decade
after decade here in the U.S. But not everyone you think ought to understand
something will, and we are all embedded in a lying propaganda society.
and educating the public. One thing mind control victims can do
is to try to teach and educate the public about the sorts of abuses that have
taken place in the past, as well as those which are ongoing. The media
and standard educational systems barely touch on these abuses. Much
of the technology involved in some of the abuse is actively denied, even that
which is definitely known to exist. There is no corresponding lack of
education regarding mental illnesses, which tend to be used to dismiss and
ridicule claims of mind control abuse. Possible methods are leaflets
and flyers, web sites, mailing lists, bumper stickers (``Visualize Domestic
State-Sponsored Terrorists in Prison''), and so forth, as well as just broaching
this forbidden topic in polite company. Trying to inform and work with
scientists, engineers, psychiatrists, historians, decent military people,
real journalists, etc., could be helpful.
Teach the young,
if no one else, that their elders and societal leaders -- and in some cases
their own parents -- are stinking hypocrite liars who are in league with Nazi-style
criminals and torturers. Teach them what ``adulthood'' really means
in a sick society based on lies. This is the case just from known and
acknowledged facts, though one has to dig a bit to find them out in our information-controlled
society. Think about when and how, in the process of growing up, some
people ``put on the swastika armband'' -- and how it can be prevented.
Do not back
away from mental illness just because it has been used as a cover lie for
experimentation and abuse. This Soviet-style repression is a reflection
on American society and not on the unfortunate people repressed in that manner.
The truly mentally ill have it bad enough without their government and society
using their illnesses as a cover for torture and repression. Not to
mention the psychological scars inflicted by torture on its victims.
If nothing else,
record what has happened and what is happening for the sake of history.
Ethical standards were not ``different back then,'' when back then is now
(a favorite excuse of apologists). Make it so that years from now any
historian looking back will have to evaluate the lies and speeches of the
current politicians taking into account the vicious atrocities they are complicit
in. People so small as to support slavery and exploitation, implicitly
or explicitly, in the twenty-first century -- not the 1850s. ``Never
again'' as an empty slogan (or referring to historical Nazi conditions that
are never likely to happen again exactly) is worse than nothing, especially
if it helps in dismissing current atrocities that can ``never again happen''
but really are happening. Or if it gives a misleading and false
sense that someone might care and take some action when new atrocities arise.
mind control technologies and techniques. Gathering any and all
evidence and information on mind control harassment and technology is a very
positive thing, and I encourage it wholeheartedly. One should not, though,
mistake this for some preliminary step that must be ``completed'' before any
other action can be taken. The main problem now is a political one,
not a technical one to show that the covert harassment and devices exist.
That it exists is clear to anyone who has really looked into the situation.
Those with a vested interest in denial will deny forever if they have
Various artistic media can be used to help people understand, feel, and
act. It can also help victims heal somewhat from the ongoing abuse.
But government propagandists can form rock bands, paint paintings, etc., too.
Perhaps more importantly, the propagandists can help market any artists who
are willing to sell their souls to torturers for some fame and money -- or
whose messages unwittingly happen to fit in with the propagandists' current
These days in Washington it takes money and connected lobbyists to get
anything done. If the money became available to a person or group involved
in resisting mind control abuses it might be worth hiring a professional lobbying
firm. That firm would have the connections to at least get the message
heard in the corridors of power that American citizens are being tortured
and perhaps we should stop it. I do not see such large sums of money
materializing anytime soon, and mainly this is a cynical and true comment
on the U.S. government up for sale. (Slaves forced to buy their own
stunts. Sometimes it can take outrageous stunts to get media attention.
News is entertainment, after all, and sometimes entertainment and ratings
can be productively leveraged against the prerogative of protecting the national
security establishment. (Perhaps I should say phony national security
establishment, since ``national security'' is only a buzzword that has long
been rendered meaningless and divorced from anything of the sort. Like
``sources and methods'' it is a magical incantation that means ``I am not
telling you anything, and watch out if you push it.'')
to use publicity stunts to excellent effect. One can hang huge signs,
for example. Vietnam war protesters used to claim that squirt guns full
of water actually had LSD in them, or they would ``levitate'' the Pentagon.
How about spamming millions of people to alert them to human rights abuses,
rather than try to sell them the usual ripoff? A problem with this approach
in resisting mind control fascism is that it might play into claims that it
was just some nutty schizophrenic acting up: ``We can laugh at it and
get some ratings points, but we all know that it is just some poor deluded
mentally ill person.''
a hunger strike is hardly a ``stunt,'' but it can bring attention to the matter
and make clear what a life or death situation it is. In the callous
culture of the U.S. today a hunger strike tends not to have much effect on
the public at large, and will even bring on ridicule. It does inform
the hunger striker's family, friends, and acquaintances, in a very painful
way (that sometimes is necessary). Unfortunately, a mind control victim
has to consider that he or she might not even be allowed the freedom to starve
to death: claims of mental illness might be used to forcibly stop the hunger
striker at some point as well as to discredit the powerful protest.
(This might even be done by a ``well-meaning,'' ill-informed, or complicitous
family member, supposedly for the victim's ``own good.'')
to world opinion and international organizations. Organizations like the
World Court can be petitioned for redress against the United States.
The U.S. ignores international law, of course, unless it suits American interests,
so any progress here would be strong but largely symbolic. The U.S.
also manipulates international organizations in myriad ways and with lots
of money. One can also appeal to foreign governments, but they are not
likely to respond openly for fear of the U.S. or because they have an interest
in the continuation of the mind control abuses and secrecy. Appealing
directly to citizens of other countries may be helpful, because their media
may be freer to report on American abuses and they may be freer to speak out
and take actions to help the mind control victims.
boycotts. Boycotts could be called against any companies known to
be involved in producing mind control equipment or in covering up the ongoing
atrocities. This might include weapons producers, newspapers, psychological
organizations, etc. Beyond this, there could be a general call for people
around the world to avoid buying American products and traveling to the United
States. Tourists could be asked not to indirectly support the current
repressive regime in the U.S., and warned that they might take home more than
just memories in their heads. As with all boycotts, if they are successful
some innocent people will be penalized. Some economic hardship hardly
compares to the suffering of the victims of the criminal American government,
and segments of American society that profit directly or indirectly
from this ongoing crime and repression that they ignore. (Perhaps I
should not say that, since in the United States profits trump all suffering,
torture, and exploitation.) To be successful, of course, a boycott needs
to be well-advertised and have a number of people willing to keep promoting
Taking to the streets with signs and chants is a classic means of protest.
Citizens who pass by wonder what is going on, and can be given literature.
A large demonstration may get some notice in the local press. This could
be an effective method for drawing more attention to the problem. It
does take some organization to put together a demonstration, and investigation
of local laws for conducting demonstrations. A fair number of people
need to be in the same geographic area or willing to travel there. The
government has also in the past few decades studied and refined techniques
to disrupt and discredit street protests, and developed a whole new generation
of crowd-control weapons.
demonstration weapons. One technique to get beyond the denials that
mind control technology exists is to build demonstration weapons. If
someone were to build a microwave voice projection weapon and publicly demonstrate
it, it might get some publicity and might make people aware of the very real
threat that such weapons pose. This still might not get through to hard-headed
types with no imagination or empathy who cannot understand -- or pretend not
to understand -- the extreme violation of having one's mind tampered with
even when inside one's home, potentially at any time of the day or night.
That is, the horror of not being able to trust your own thoughts, of being
aversively conditioned by nonconsensual behavior modification inside your
home, and of knowing that your tormentors are purposely inflicting psychological
damage on you. All this taking place in a society that pretends it is
not happening, where the economy is good so everything must be all right,
and where the rhetoric all drips with mention of freedom, liberty, and human
On the positive
side, it would not take especially advanced technology to demonstrate to people
the basic capacity to turn someone's home into a personal concentration camp.
Basic electronic surveillance coupled with an aversive stimulus generator
like a targetable microwave beam able to interfere with heart rhythms would
suffice. One could throw in devices based on the microwave hearing principle
for good measure.
On the negative
side is the money and expertise required. Most victims, like most citizens,
are not technically trained and even those who are may lack the specific training
to design and construct such specialized devices. Testing would also
be necessary, and unlike the government's methods I do not think randomly
selected people should be used as guinea pigs. As a matter of safety
I might suggest testing a microwave voice projection device on dogs who were
trained to obey spoken commands. If they would perform their tricks
with no other cues than the microwave induced commands played from an audio
tape it could reasonably be assumed that they heard the command (or at least
perceived the microwave stimulation if correct responses to the microwave
signals are reinforced).
An added benefit
of this animal testing, or of stating an intention to do such testing, is
that it would generate outrage. Americans can be totally indifferent
when human beings are being systematically tortured for years on end, but
let them hear that you might fry a dog's brain and they would suddenly be
outraged and appalled. [We are human beings interacting in a human society;
that is why human rights are so important. For example, if animal
rights activists were to begin to make serious progress in their cause, and
were then seen as a threat rather than as a useful but harmless distraction
for people who might otherwise seriously challenge the state, they would soon
find their human rights to speak, associate, and organize to be in grave peril.]
Practically speaking the frequencies for dog skulls may differ from those
of humans. And of course these weapons have already been tested for
years both on animals and humans by their developers.
to demonstration weapons is that even after all the demonstrations the public
may still be indifferent. The usual naysayers would say that now you
have demonstrated this one method, but that it still does not explain effect
X or Y that a given victim has experienced. Or else they would say that
now all you have to do is shield against microwaves or measure them to get
tangible proof. But microwaves used in this fashion are only one small
(and perhaps long obsolete) part of the arsenal of electromagnetic and acoustic
weapons that can be used in mind control operations. It is a losing
proposition for a few poorly funded citizens to attempt to re-engineer all
the results of literally decades of research on which billions of dollars
have been directly or indirectly spent. Building demonstration weapons
might further the proliferation of these denied weapons, but they are out
As far as getting
attention, imagine the following scenario. Suppose someone built, or
simply claimed to have built, a subliminal influencing device capable of subtly
influencing a whole town full of people -- perhaps by generating some form
of modulated ELF radiation. Suppose they then claimed that they were
going to turn it on full blast on the day before a general election.
That might at least get people thinking about the fragility of democracy (and
with truly advanced technology the farce of democracy) when such weapons are
shrouded in secrecy and used on the general population.
country. I am sure that most people who have been victimized by
state-sanctioned terror here in the United States have thought at some point
about leaving the country. Others who know what really goes on here
have probably thought about it too. There is some resistance to being
driven out of one's homeland, especially when you only want your fundamental
human rights. This is especially true in the United States where we
enshrine the Bill of Rights while at the same time having secret torture squads
to covertly trample it. Most people have family and friends in their
country and region, if the torturers do not succeed in isolating the victim
like they try to do.
with leaving the country is where to go. Where does the long arm of
U.S. covert action not reach? Where do satellites not pass overhead
regularly? What country would the U.S. not carry out covert actions
in, even if the local government were opposed to it? Going overseas
might even make the harassment and surveillance legal under U.S. law (for
what that is worth since those laws are either ignored or have been rendered
impotent anyway). On the other hand, some places might provide more
freedom to live, work, and think, and to continue working against the U.S.
mind control tyranny from exile.
countries would probably not grant official political asylum since it would
be a slap in the face of a powerful and vengeful United States government.
While other governments surely know of the technological advancements in mind
control technology, they also participate in the denials of its existence.
In some sense, there is a conspiracy of governments and intelligence agencies
around the world against the ordinary citizens around the world. Some
countries are as repressive in other ways as the United States is to its mind
control victims, and so one would hesitate to leave one form of fascism for
another -- depending on the level of torture being imposed. [Morons
like to use this as some sort of excuse for American atrocities: ``See,
we are not the absolute worst country in the world.'' Worst or not,
Americans are the biggest hypocrites and rank right up there with the worst
There is uncertainty
about whether there is any place one can go to escape the torture and surveillance.
There may be psyops aimed at keeping some victims from leaving the country,
especially if they might obtain something like MRI evidence of what was done
to them here or if their exploitation is considered especially valuable.
There may also be psyops aimed at getting other people to leave the country
if they are making too many waves here. In the ways of American society,
one might be subjected to playground taunts for leaving, like you are ``running
away from a fight,'' and so forth. Playground taunts mean nothing compared
to having ones mind, life, and family constantly violated and I would not
hold it against anyone if they took the next plane out. I may yet do
Historically, civil disobedience has included actions like people chaining
themselves to doorways, blocking traffic, and trespassing on government property
to protest its policies. Other possible actions might include painting
anti-mind control graffiti on walls, buildings and monuments. Civil
disobedience might also include using the judicial system in ways to purposely
slow it down and interfere with its normal operation, as a protest against
its unwillingness to deal with government atrocities. I have wondered
at times about the engineering feasibility of putting a cable around the neck
of the Lincoln monument and pulling its head off with a pickup truck.
(Not as a protest against Lincoln or emancipation but to tear down a symbol
of stinking American hypocrisy.) You know how Goebbels will portray
This is essentially a form of civil disobedience, to refuse to pay taxes to
the illegitimate government that tortures and holds its own citizens as slaves.
Having to pay the torturers' salaries is like adding insult to injury.
Morally there is nothing wrong with a truly conscientious decision not to
pay taxes to an illegitimate occupation government, but practically speaking
this may not be the best way to resist. Setting people up for politically
motivated audits is an old American trick, and if there is something there
for auditors to catch it is that much more effective.
If the IRS agents
cart you off to jail for tax evasion you will likely not get out the message
you would have wanted to. Tax collectors, like law enforcement officers,
would also still be necessary under a legitimate government. In a sense
they are the pawns of the people really calling the shots (which is not to
excuse knowing abuses by such officials). The people calling the shots
would love to incite a proxy war between, say, police officers and demonstrators
because they then have discredited the demonstrators, hardened the police
citizens and other citizens against the cause of the demonstrators, and gained
a platform for more militarization of law enforcement.
sabotage. The ancient Egyptians would not free Moses' people until a host
of plagues was called down on their kingdom. Human nature has not changed
since then, and Americans have a long and sad history of clinging to blatantly
exploitative practices at all costs -- while always pontificating about freedom.
Some people might decide that if they are not allowed to receive equal benefits
in a society then those who implicitly or explicitly benefit from their exploitation
should not have the fruits of that exploitation. The idea of economic
sabotage is to disrupt the economy and cost it money. Americans,
at least those in charge, simply do not care about the cries of domestic
torture victims. What they do care about is money. The idea then
is to make their repression and torture cost them money. In some sense
this is the same philosophy as in calling for boycotts, but more direct.
This is the first of the ideas on the list that the American state-sponsored
terrorists and propagandists would likely shout ``terrorist'' about.
To conduct such
economic sabotage it first has to be clear to those in charge (and preferably
to the public at large) what was done and why it was done. Let me describe
an example where one or a few people can incur huge costs. It is only
an example, of course. Suppose someone were able to obtain a quantity
of toxic waste, for example several drums of PCBs. Suppose they then
drove around a major city at night spreading those chemicals and then announced
to a newspaper, to authorities, and on the internet what they had done it
and why. Publicity is important here because otherwise the government
could ignore it like it does so many other things. It could then take
literally tens or hundreds of millions of dollars to clean up that toxic waste.
The idea is to cost money, and not to harm people, so this particular plan
would have to be tailored for that. As for environmentalists who might
react with horror to this very suggestion, I feel about the same to them as
I do toward animal rights activists who are horrified that a dog might be
experimented on: There are human beings being subjected to systematic,
long term torture. I'll take their outrage too, as preferable to their
indifference to vicious ongoing atrocities. Environmental activists have been
the target of enough cointelpro actions that they should be in a better position
than many others to understand something about the daily torture inflicted
on mind control victims.
sabotage methods have been perfected and practiced by covert organizations
like the CIA for years. If nothing else, this is telling about how segments
of the U.S. government think. One can obtain good insights into these
methods by studying the methods the U.S. used to destroy the Cuban economy
covertly (thus ``proving'' the Cuban government a failure). For example, introducing
a crop pest into a major growing region can ultimately cost hundreds of millions
of dollars. Much of the American infrastructure is vulnerable, from
power stations to gas lines to water supplies.
these are tried and true CIA methods, used on peasants and ordinary men, women,
and children around the world to incite unrest against their governments,
a drawback is that the American propaganda machine will portray these as terrorist
acts rather than as acts of freedom fighters. If these acts so much
as cause the hair on someone's head to get ruffled, the film crews will roll
and the same media that would not touch years of systematic domestic torture
will have a field day empathizing with and pointing out the ruffled hair inflicted
by those horrible terrorists.
consequence would be for those feeding at the trough of government to write
neat little proposals to obtain money to strengthen and defend the infrastructure
-- with the implicit but always unspoken purpose of ``defending'' from possible
attack by other Americans fighting against domestic U.S. state-sponsored torture.
action. This option is often considered taboo to even mention, but years
of American principles actually support the right of the people to resist
tyrants who would enslave them. These principles mean something to me,
if not to lying hypocrites who think the Constitution is just a big poster
to put up behind themselves at a photo op. Sometimes it is a time for
war, especially in self-defense against those who would enslave you and violate
your home and family. People like to cite Martin Luther King, Jr. as
an example of non-violence in practice. First of all, as much as I respect
King, I suspect he might not have been nearly as successful as he was if there
were not more extreme elements that the elites could consider him as a moderating
influence to. Even so, the power elites attempted to replace him with
their own puppets, they harassed him, they placed him under surveillance,
they spread around embarrassing tapes of him to the press and to their friends
attempting to discredit him, and then he was shot dead. The elites finally
decided that the day of overt repression and exploitation had passed.
So, rather than ending, such exploitation ``went black'' behind a wall of
lies, secrecy, and propaganda.
As an example
of direct violent action, suppose someone developed a demonstration weapon
like a portable microwave beam weapon, and set out to use it against legislators,
government officials, and journalists who were deemed to be collaborators
or apologists for the torture of innocent American citizens. If nothing
else these people would get a good idea of the sort of fascist torture they
directly or indirectly support against other Americans.
these lines you realize that the secret government already poses such a threat
to these people, and that the secret government's weapons are more advanced
and can be employed more subtly. This very threat, with or without the
blackmail that spies are known for, may be enough to keep these collaborators
in the fascist camp. A critical mass of cowards and expedient, greedy,
amoral fascists. An aversive directed energy experience in the middle
of the night might serve as a ``wake-up call.''
with direct violent action is where and against whom to direct that action.
A fortified base or command and control center involved in coordinating or
conducting mind control operations, even if its location were known, is not
likely to be very vulnerable to anything a regular citizen could muster against
it. Any attack would be symbolic at best and quite likely result in
the death of the attacker. (Then again, someone driven to suicide anyway
by being harassed and tortured might reason that it is better to take one
or two of the torturing Nazis with him or her rather than to die alone in
misery.) Of course someone under constant surveillance anyway is not
going to have the element of surprise.
problems, though, there are active efforts by the torturers to conceal the
guilty parties and to confuse and misdirect the victims. They would
probably think it was really funny to goad someone into attacking a completely
innocent person -- or better, a person who for some reason they wanted to
see hurt. Suppose a mind control victim took a gun to a government building
and shot some people he had determined were complicitous in some way with
his torture. First, we all know how the press would play it: a lone
nut schizophrenic went crazy and shot someone. His claims of being mind
controlled would be held up as supporting that.
Now, the targeted
people or organization might be the actual mind controllers, or the person
might have been tricked by what is called a deception operation. Suppose
the victims were not directly involved, but that they had plenty of collaborator,
profiteer, apologist blood on their hands and were easier to get to than cowardly
torturers hiding in a fortified bunker. Suppose the mind control victim
were crying out from torture to send a message. Would the targeted organization
or society at large get the actual message? They might, or they might
get another message entirely. They might consider that the person was
goaded and directed by the mind controllers into attacking them, and take
this as an implicit threat by the mind controllers that they had better not
cause any trouble because there are more Manchurians out there.
direct propaganda use, there would be a greater tendency for members of society
to develop a fortress mentality and barricade themselves against the ``ordinary
people.'' For example, after targeting a known pseudo-journalist propagandist
and torturer, the resulting propaganda storm might be used to drive even the
few decent journalists into high-security enclaves and further accelerate
their separation from ordinary people that has been going on for some time.
that the targeting of directly complicitous torturers could be done correctly,
the use of direct violence might be counterproductive. A standard propaganda
technique to distract from protest and resistance is to highlight (or create)
instances of unpopular groups like racists engaging in similar resistance
tactics. The usual propaganda war...
For all these
reasons and more, violence is a last resort. When it is realistically
the only way to possibly secure fundamental human rights within a tangible
time period, though, it is a way that must be taken.
First, I will re-list
all of the possible methods for protest and resistance given above. After
having read the descriptions above it may be helpful to now see just the paragraph
headers all together.
Believe me, I know
the sorts of reactions that this essay may cause, both from people who know
it is true and from the sorts of people who just cannot believe that their TV
would actually deceive them and lie to them. Nonetheless, it must be said
and actions must be taken. A current euphemism is that the government
is developing non-lethal ``weapons of mass protection,'' but the reality is
that these are weapons of mass enslavement. We either arbeit for our freedom
or we arbeit for our slavemasters. This is not a short term thing, and
all citizens need to be made aware that their remaining freedoms are at risk.
No one is going to ``do it for us,'' but if we all do what we can and get others
to join in we can change things together. A million small actions can
bring about a large positive change; a million wrenches in the works can shut
down a corrupt machine.
law enforcement, like the FBI.
writing, direct contact with legislators.
to human rights organizations.
to the press.
to churches, religious organizations and other groups who might be sympathetic.
and educating the public.
mind control technologies and techniques.
to world opinion and international organizations.
- Tax revolt.
their own special talents, opportunities, and situation, and can focus on
what he or she can best do to start setting things right. It can help
to form alliances, but beware of alliances that are meant to tear down or
discredit real human rights movements such as those against mind control abuses.
We cannot afford to tie our demands for basic human rights to anything trivial,
though of course I would not put down people for working on other causes too.
This is a long term problem which will require a commitment to keep pushing
for freedom and justice, so people need to also live the their ``regular''
lives as best as they can at the same time. But focusing only on the
equivalent of a highway beautification project in Nazi Germany is not truly
a ``good cause.''
We need to try
to form alliances with other groups working for fundamental human rights,
or who recognize how such rights underlie our entire society. You cannot
build any sort of civil, legitimate society without the foundation of human
rights. Good people can disagree on many things, but fundamental human
rights is not one of them.
It's the torture,
stupid. The sorts of things that are being done to people in the U.S.
cannot be tolerated in a civilized nation (or any nation). Phony American
``human rights,'' which are only propaganda campaigns for the U.S. to wage
against its enemies while ignoring its own abuses, and any others it finds
expedient to ignore, are one of the biggest obstacles to actual human rights
in the world.
Part I - Motives for Mind Control | Part II - Resisting the Mind Control State | Part III - Mental Firewalls