Originally posted by FlyInTheOintment
Trollish behaviour on a thread like this is despicable. If the mockers had to live with either organic or tech-induced schizophrenic symptoms for
even a day they would feel ashamed of themselves.
I agree with that sentiment...biased observational judgments without direct communication can be the basis for unwarranted and even damaging
interpretations...which result in perpetuation of the thoughts (both parties) and a mindset (from both parties) that can have no resolution...because
of the extreme classified nature of the interactions.
It isn't fair...and for over a decade I have remembered to breathe...to think and to never hold anyone accountable. If unofficial communication
occurs than there is obviously an attention to the reaction and I fear greatly that sometimes there was an attention to provoking an unfavorable
reaction...which tells me that there is a possibility that the application/experimentation of this tech is not intended for observational/scientific
assessments...but for control.
And if a major part of my life is going to be based on the thoughts/impositions of people I never get to know...then what is the point in living?
Life should be a collaborative effort as in my opinion, save for the manifestation of reactive ignorance, the world is not known by everyone.
Comprehension comes from communication and assumed/indirect communications (while perhaps by passing the all too feared lying capacity of the human
brain within the military circle) highlight personal bias.
But if it is a means for control, or intended for such...then we have rogue aspects of our military and intelligence community that have to reigned
in. And while my life is a slow progression between each day, I don't intend on missing the point where the possibility for shining the spotlight
occurs...because some of the tactics I have experienced suggest completely that indirect remote access can be used to provoke people beyond their
intentions. In my opinion, I have been one of the lucky ones in this regard...I introverted to understand and while I will never claim comprehension
I am sure that such has not only muted some of the impositions but has turned into a way to actually cultivate and enrich valuable friendships.
On a side note...there is a part of me that thinks that the intelligence community anticipated some of the symptoms from the application of this tech
and wrote them intentionally into the medical journals so that when reported, mental illness would be assumed.
I have no proof, but automatic diagnosis based on some expressed symptoms, when experience can not be quantified, sounds like a possible ploy...and if
true then there may be a way to trace something of meaning...as some people, in my opinion, know that professional attributes (which in many cases are
bought through the sometimes inadequate university system) won't be questioned.
Thanks for listening...
And for the record...the OP doesn't need to be checked for schizophrenia...in my opinion. He needs to be heard. I don't remember how to find the
link but there was a study done in India where the success rate of 'mental illness' was attributed to non clinical environments and an increased
attention towards socialization...with attention being given to the discussion of said circumstances.
Sweeping this under the rug is the mistake that many have made in the past, for whatever motivation, and is not a recommendation I will ever