You've felt it your entire life, that there's something wrong with the world.  You don't know what it is, but it's there, like a splinter in your mind, driving you mad.

Monday, January 26, 2015

In-your-face mind control

This is a test.

Do not touch your dial.  There is nothing wrong with your set.

If you are given the following information on your evening "news" and are not outraged by the criminality and illegality of the actions you are shown, then your brainwashing is proceeding beautifully.

SHAW AIR FORCE BASE, S.C. -- The target was a poultry farm that ISIS had turned into a staging area. It was located in Syria but the planning for this air strike and hundreds like it was carried out some 6,000 miles away at Shaw Air Force Base in South Carolina.

CBS News was given an inside look at the targeting center where intelligence analysts pour over satellite photos.

"In a way like a detective does, we put together the picture with all these bits of intelligence," said Staff Sergeant Penney.

In a typical week Penney and each of the other analysts investigate up to 20 different locations to find three legitimate targets.

"The ultimate intent is to build something that holds water that makes it to the end - that is strikeable," Penney told me.

It is a battle pitting the precision of American weapons against an enemy spread out across two countries.

"Precision is the ability to very specifically know the exact coordinates of any spot on the earth and to hit that spot down to let's say a foot," said Colonel Scott Murray, the chief intelligence officer for the air war.

Murray told us what it took to destroy a building ISIS was using as a weapons factory.

"It was quite the structure," said Murray. "It did take quite a few weapons to do it."

The first two hit and the building disappeared in a cloud of debris. But 18 more satellite guided bombs followed each with a delayed action fuse.

"It just allows the munition to penetrate deeper," said Murray.

The air campaign is an impressive display of American firepower, but is it winning the war against ISIS? Murray says the bombings have helped regain "approximately 700 square kilometers."

That's all in Iraq where ISIS still holds 55,000 square kilometers it seized from Iraqi and Kurdish forces. In Syria ISIS is still expanding.

"ISIL has great leeway in northeast Syria," explained Murray. "They're not opposed on the ground in that region."

In March, the U.S. military plans to start training a force of about 5,000 fighters to oppose ISIS on the ground in Syria. But Pentagon officials say it will be late this year or early next before they are capable of taking back lost ground. -- source

The United States has never declared war on Syria, nor does it have any reason to do so.  We do not have the right to destroy their buildings or their chicken farms by blowing them to smithereens from an easy chair in South Carolina.  If the Syrians were doing this kind of thing to us, would we find it perfectly acceptable?  The in-your-face criminality and immorality of this behavior is obvious, so why would they rub our noses in it on the evening news?

Just checking to make sure we are anesthetized, mindless zombies.

Note that I don't watch TV, for I find it absurd to volunteer to be brainwashed.  A friend turned on the news to check on the hyped-up east coast snowstorm, happened to see the report, and told me about it.  I was so amazed that I immediately looked it up online.

If they can get away with this, they've got us.

Sunday, January 4, 2015


My father was a sociopath.  Like most sociopaths, originally known as "the morally insane", my father didn't really understand the difference between right and wrong.  He only knew how normal people reacted to right and wrong, so he was careful to deceive and manipulate to get what he wanted without provoking undesirable reactions from his victims.

In an unpleasant surprise, following my father's recent death, it became clear that my brother really doesn't understand the difference between right and wrong either.  His notion of fairness is so lop-sided that it falls squarely in the camp of selfishness, the same camp that was my father's base of operations.

My reaction to all this has not been well received in the family.  I have been advised to sit back and "let it be."  "Don't rock the boat."  "Relax."  "Enjoy life."  Yes, relax in the face of injustice.

I got that message again for Christmas when my sister sent me the sign pictured above.

Don't get me wrong -- I like this gift because it emphasizes the unbalanced approach of the sociopath, which has permeated my family.  Sociopaths want nothing more than for their victims to relax into the abuse and accept it quietly.  They don't want any resistance.  They don't want you to react; they want you to relax.

There are indeed times when it is appropriate to relax.  And there are times when it is appropriate to react.  The balance lies in knowing the difference.

We see the same dynamic in the world around us.  The United States invaded Iraq in 2003 when our sociopathic leaders lied to us about "weapons of mass destruction".  To this day we are still relaxing rather than holding the liars accountable for war crimes.  We are also far too relaxed about 9/11 truth, Fukushima radiation, Guantanamo Bay and other government torture facilities, unconstitutional NSA spying, judicial corruption, Congressional criminality, and presidential con-artistry.  We are so relaxed that we have become sheep good for nothing but fleecing.

So relax.  Be a good sheep.  Stand still for your fleecing.

Just excuse me if I don't join you.


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