United States of PSYOPS: Call them paranoid; call them delusional

Ramola D.
Intellihub

Increasing numbers of highly credible and educated individuals, both in the US and globally, have been coming forward to report electronic harassment—physically measurable assaults on their bodies and brains with remote-controlled radiation weapons or directed-energy weapons, covertly-installed RFID and Bio-MEM implants, as well as COINTELPRO-style organized stalking and mobbing in their neighborhoods and communities.

Scientists have stepped in to validate these reports, including an Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Cybernetics expert, Dr. Robert Duncan, who reports working for the Department of Defense and the CIA on AI and neuroscience projects which seek to electronically stimulate and rewire human brains. He points to the CIA’s MKULTRA and Monarch Programming techniques which used LSD and torture to reprogram personalities as precursor to current-day covert brain experiments and classified-research field testing of weapons.

Dr. Barrie Trower, a microwave weapons expert who worked for the UK Navy, has spoken extensively about microwave weaponry including V2K, or Voice to Skull technologies, which put voices into people’s heads via EMFs. Dr. Richard Alan Miller, a M.I.T-educated US Navy Intel scientist, has stated he helped develop V2K or Synthetic Telepathy. Continue reading “United States of PSYOPS: Call them paranoid; call them delusional”

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NY Times hit piece on Targeted Individuals says, believing that the government is targeting its citizenry is a “mental illness;” ‘10,000-plus crazies banding together, paranoid

Shephard Ambellas
Intellihub

After all of the recent coverage Intellihub News & Politics has given to the Targeted Individual community, exposing the Deep State for what it’s worth, the NY Times recently came out with a hit piece in an attempt to take away the validity of the matter.

In fact, in the piece, and that is exactly what it is is a piece, the author, who I won’t lend any attention to than I need to, by naming him or her herein, tried to make it look as if T.I.s suffer from a “mental illness,” by discrediting tens-of-thousands of accounts which can be found online.

The author went on to point out that anyone who believes in “gang stalking” or believes that they have seen “operatives” may in fact be nuts.

Additionally, in the piece, the author made mention of how some mental health “specialists” believe that “these individuals represent an alarming development in the history of mental illness: thousands of sick people, banded together and demanding recognition on the basis of shared paranoias.”

This online community is nothing more than an “‘echo chamber’ of paranoia,” the author haphazardly wrote. Continue reading “NY Times hit piece on Targeted Individuals says, believing that the government is targeting its citizenry is a “mental illness;” ‘10,000-plus crazies banding together, paranoid”

United States of Paranoia: They See Gangs of Stalkers

Mike McPhate The New York Times Nobody believed him. His family told him to get help. But Timothy Trespas, an out-of-work recording engineer in his early 40s, was sure he was being stalked, and not by just one person, but dozens of them. He would see the operatives, he said, disguised as ordinary people, lurking around his Midtown Manhattan neighborhood. Sometimes they bumped into him … Continue reading United States of Paranoia: They See Gangs of Stalkers

Sweden leads the race to become cashless society

Jon Henley
The Guardian

In 1661, Stockholms Banco, the precursor to the Swedish central bank, issued Europe’s first banknotes, on thick watermarked paper bearing the bank’s seal and eight handwritten signatures.

Last year – as Britain did last week – Sweden launched a new series of notes, cheery affairs featuring 20th-century Swedish cultural giants such as Astrid Lindgren, the creator of Pippi Longstocking, Greta Garbo and filmmaker Ingmar Bergman. But like its Nordic neighbours Norway, Denmark and Finland, Sweden is fast becoming an almost entirely cashless society. Continue reading “Sweden leads the race to become cashless society”