a reply to: OfTheVoid46
Awesome topic. I gave you star & flag for bringing it up.
And there are a few things I want to make sure people keep in mind when thinking about this.
1. It's mind blowing much staff you neex to do this if it's 24 hours. At least 4 people. Per person. If most of the work is "observing data", (with a
toilet in an office?)
2. Technologically it is not out of the realm of possibility.
(reading at your own risk
human experiments and all.) You don't want me to believe they gave up on something that promising?
*There's this other technology I forgot the name, but directed at you it can make hear you what the sender wants. Get nausiated. Pain. Play with your
body chemistry, basically, remote-controlled. Sorry no expert here, maybe someone can add a link? I think I saw it on Jesse Ventura and read it here
so with this one who knows?)
*The technology of population control is an interesting subject for longer than psychology. And the thing is it doesn't have to be "only" government,
or at all.
3. Almost always the person itself, or a parent was a public servant of some kind.
(The commitment to avoid the next big war was pretty big a long time, a lot of money has been spent, but NATO, UN, they don't perform up to their
budgets, do they? Avoiding war is mostly controlling the public opinion. Hearing someones thoughts would be pretty far up my research list. So my
guess Gladio or similiar)
4. It's an incredible stressful experience to suddenly not feel alone in your own head anymore. All the stories surrounding it are made up, of course.
There is the possibility of "real" mental illness, but I observed a clear difference between schizophrenic and possible TI. Naturally some copycats
have other reasons to go paranoid and blame the CIA.
So I can't say that I believe this or that. But it's possible. And if it's possible, it's possibly happening.