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- US Patent 6506148 B2 – Nervous system manipulation by electromagnetic fields from monitors – “Hendricus G. Loss“, 2003. [PDF]
*The US Patent 6506148 B2, also known as ‘Nervous System Manipulation by Electromagnetic Fields from Monitors,’ was filed by a Hendricus G. Loss. The patent was published in 2003, but no one could trace who Loss was. As such, he has been generally perceived as a fictitious person.
The patent claims that it’s possible to manipulate a subject’s nervous system by displaying pulsing images on a nearby TV set or computer monitor. The program material can be embedded with the image pulsing, overlaid by a video stream. It further illustrates how electromagnetic fields pulsed within the ideal frequencies can excite the subject’s sensory resonances. Included in the patent are several claims about how video transmission can manipulate a person’s nervous system.
- The Politics Of Obedience: The Discourse Of Voluntary servitude – Etienne de la Boetie, 1577. [PDF]
*Never more relevant; “They suffer plundering, wantonness, cruelty, not from an army, not from a barbarian horde, on account of whom they must shed their blood and sacrifice their lives, but from a single man; not from a Hercules nor from a Samson, but from a single little man. Too frequently this same little man is the most cowardly and effeminate in the nation, a stranger to the powder of battle and hesitant on the sands of the tournament; not only without energy to direct men by force, but with hardly enough virility to bed with a common woman! Shall we call subjection to such a leader cowardice?
Shall we say that those who serve him are cowardly and faint-hearted? If two, if three, if four, do not defend themselves from the one, we might call that circumstance surprising but nevertheless conceivable. In such a case one might be justified in suspecting a lack of courage. But if a hundred, if a thousand endure the caprice of a single man, should we not rather say that they lack not the courage but the desire to rise against him, and that such an attitude indicates indifference rather than cowardice?“
- Preparedness 101: Zombie Pandemic – The CDC, Feb. 2019. [graphic novel, PDF]
*The CDC publishes a new page on Zombie preparedness. I can’t date the page, but the first archive of the page was 16, Nov. 2018, so safe to say the page wasn’t up for long before that. The page says it’s all in good fun, but the imagery is a little over the top for a government agency, and perhaps in poor taste all things considered. The page includes a graphic novel, with much praise for the CDC and vaccines. At the end of the comic book is a very real prepper’s list.
- International Organizations Leadership Recruitment Policies: The Failed Experiment of Dr Tedros A. Ghebreyesus Candidacy for WHO Director General Position – Amhara Professionals Union, April, 2017. [PDF]
*The APU publish a paper expressing deep concern and opposition to Tedros’ candidacy for DG of the WHO. It’s clear Tedros was selected for his total lack of moral fiber, and no doubt his Marxist hatred of humanity helped seal the deal. A history of cholera outbreak cover ups and lies probably helped too.
“ABSTRACT: …This paper details how the former Ethiopian Minister of Federal Ministry of Health (FMOH) and Foreign Affairs, Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, is accused by his political opponents for the role he played in systematic genocidal violence and gross human right violations including but not limited to arbitrary detentions and extrajudicial executions. In light of the above, it is concerning that this individual is among the top finalists for the WHO Director General position despite his abysmal human right record as a leader. It is evident that his prospects are due to the unanimous support from 54 African countries in the African Union (AU) without, we feel, due considerations of his past track records. We argue that a position as important as WHO Director General should be conducted and determined according to WHO’s general principles and ethical standards. We therefore recommend that International Public Health Organizations like WHO have criteria that helps to recruit individuals with exemplary credentials irrespective of the presence of diplomatic backing.”
- The Official CIA Manual of Trickery and Deception – H. Keith Melton & R. Wallace, 2009. [PDF]
*Once a top-secret training manual for CIA field agents in the early Cold War Era of the 1950s, The Official CIA Manual of Trickery and Deception is now available to the general public. This eye-opening handbook offered step-by-step instructions to covert intelligence operatives in all manner of sleight of hand and trickery designed to thwart the Communist enemy. Part of the Company’s infamous MK-ULTRA—a secret mind-control and chemical interrogation research program—this legendary document, the brainchild of John Mulholland, then America’s most famous magician, was believed lost forever. But thanks to former CIA gadgeteer Bob Wallace and renowned spycraft historian H. Keith Melton, The Official CIA Manual of Trickery and Deception is now available to everyone, spy and civilian alike.
- The Culture Industry: Enlightenment as Mass deception – Max Horkheimer and Theodor W. Adorno, 1944. [PDF]
*In “The Culture Industry: Enlightenment as Mass Deception,” Max Horkheimer and Theodore Adorno provide a scathing critique [critical theory] of popular culture due to its “sameness” (Horkheimer and Adorno 94). They attack the notion that standardization and mass production exist to best serve people’s needs; in reality, they are a mechanism of control (95). Horkheimer and Adorno even point out that cultural industries depend on the largest institutions, such as a “film [depending] on the banks,” thereby providing evidence that cultural industrials are entrenched in business ideology (96). In addition, many perceived differences in the cultural industry are deceptions; companies may advertise a cheaper or more distinguished product, but the reality is that similarities about and the differences are created for pure business purposes (97).