I don't have any evidence that the Fort Lauderdale suspect was or wan't mind controlled, though it seems very very suspicious to me. Some of you who
have been on ATS for more than a year may know who I am, others who are new to ATS probably don't.
I myself have been a victim of organized stalking since about 2005:
Many "targeted individuals" report that they "hear voices" in their heads, most people simply brush that off as mental illness but, there are
technologies that can do exactly that, namely the microwave auditory effect:
Microwave Auditory Effect
They could also use sound lasers (or highly directive sound speaker system):
They could also use the neurophone (if it works)
When voices in the victims mind sounds different from their own "inner voice", the victim can tell that it may come from somewhere else, they don't
necessarily understand it as their own thoughts. On the other hand, when the voice sounds like their own "inner voice", then the victim may
mistake it for their own thoughts. This is how people could be manipulated into thinking they are having disturbing thoughts.
Back in 2013 there was a Mass shooting at the Washington Navy Yard:
Navy Yard Shooter
The shooter, Aaron Alexis, had claimed to have been stalked by multiple perpetrators, and had reported that he was the victim of electronic harassment
and noise harassment tactics of the sort often described by other individuals targeted in counterintelligence operations.
The shooter carved “My ELF Weapon” into the receiver of his shotgun. ELF is a common abbreviation for “extremely low frequency.”
So it is not too far afield to speculate that the Fort Lauderdale shooter, if he was "real", was too a victim of Organized stalking.
Though I don't really think the Fort shooting is real.
The reason why I find this shooting so suspicious is because it has all the marks of harassment. I don't want to make it seem as if I am having
paranoid delusions (a schizoid embolism) but, from my experience as a organized stalking victim, I have experienced that "the system" uses people in
the media to harass me and others. A "targeted individual" could be watching a newscast or listening to the radio and the newscasters would eventually
start making specific repeated references to what you are saying, doing, and thinking in the privacy of your own residence. Sometimes they may even
reference what you posted on the internet. Often entire news stories are created simply to harass one person, this is the level of their insanity. The
Fort Lauderdale attack has these hallmarks.
I was posting on youtube a couple of days ago harshly criticizing the President (Barack Obama) and his presidency, I posted a link to a song on
youtube that expressed what I and many others have been feeling. Well, the Fort Lauderdale shooter, his ethnic background, his reference to disturbing
thoughts, are very very similar to what is mentioned in the song. Also the fact that he was in Alaska, at nearly the same time I mentioned Dick
Pronnecke to members of my wife's family.
Much of the time, if some news story gets much mainstream attention, then from my experience, it isn't real, including Eddie Snowden and Jules
Assange. If the major media is used to harass dissidents and they place someone's face on the cover of the TIME magazine, you can bet that person
isn't completely real either.
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