posted on Jun, 14 2012 @ 12:14 PM
Originally posted by MI5edtoDeath
reply to post by mbkennel
Stop accusing the OP of having schizophrenia; you are not qualified to make that diagnoses.
Of course diagnosis requires a personal and deep exam by a medical professional. I'm not doing that, I'm bringing up the only the probability and I
wouldn't "accuse" somebody of having an illness because that sort of thing is a tragedy but not a moral failure on their part.
I am making the diagnosis of "not CIA". CIA has specific missions, and they go about them. Randomly annoying domestic people who have no value to
them is not one of them, any more than Pfizer is putting killer bees in Grandma's petunias.
Unless the "person being targeted" is, for instance, a recent "defector" from the Iranian nuclear program and there is suspicion he is still
working for them....in which case (A) the person being targeted would know exactly why them (B) would not dream of posting here, and (C) it would be
People are genuinely fairgamed and targeted for mind fXcking. Usually it s not the CIA, but fringe cults, a psychopath (they get off on
messing with a 'normal')
and the police who try to provoke a mall killer situation by hounding a gun person to increase their budgets because of new demands.
Operation Freakout, also known as Operation PC Freakout, was a Church of Scientology covert plan intended to have the US author and journalist
Paulette Cooper imprisoned or committed to a mental institution. The plan, undertaken in 1976 following years of Church-initiated lawsuits and covert
harassment, was meant to eliminate the perceived threat that Cooper posed to the Church and obtain revenge for her publication in 1971 of a
highly-critical book, The Scandal of Scientology. The Federal Bureau of Investigation discovered documentary evidence of the plot and the preceding
campaign of harassment during an investigation into the Church of Scientology in 1977, eventually leading to the Church compensating Cooper in an
Scientologists regularly harass and target ex-Scientologists, that's confirmed fact.
There is documented and clear experience of vindictive ex-boyfriends, psychopaths, and cults harassing average people. There is no evidence CIA does
anything like that. They have other jobs. Their human operations are nearly all involved with obtaining intelligence sources (meaning people with
information) overseas. They don't want to annoy people, exactly the opposite. They want to gain their trust. (note "CIA agent" is somebody who is
providing information, not somebody who works in the CIA, it's used improperly frequently).
Within the USA CIA employees intentionally lead what appear to be boring and unobtrusive lives and wouldn't risk doing anything which might be
construed as controversial much less illegal. The open ones who work on a computer all day "work in a think tank" to their friends, and the others
are computer & telco consultants for IBM or something and make overseas trips to clients.
There is documented and clear experience of the reality of mental illness of delusional paranoia and typical symptoms as well.
Think about Bayesian priors, and estimate numerical probabilities, it's useful for making real-world judgements.