posted on Feb, 6 2013 @ 10:59 AM
The federal agencies have identified people who present a danger to them and their agendas. I don’t know if they are color coded like you
mentioned, red blue purple or peach mango or whatever, but they exist. In fact, each agency has their own.
You know, why is it so [deleted] hard for people to get their heads around the existence of lists with names of people who pose a threat to their
plans? The media made a big deal about Nixon’s enemies list and everyone nodded and said yeah, that [deleted], but today? They’ve been around for
years and years.
This 'insider', 'rosebud' is silly, Nixon's List
has 20 people on it. 20.
Comparing Nixon's list to some mythological list with everyone in America on it broken down by color codes is absurd.
They – the people on some of these lists – are under surveillance, or at least some, and when necessary, some are approached and made an
offer. Others, well, they can be made to undergo certain training. Let’s call it sensitivity training, except on a much different level. Others,
most that are the most visible and mainstream are safe for the most part. And do you want to know why? It’s because they are in the pockets of the
very people we are talking about,
This sounds precisely like the story told by 'Gangstalking' victims. If anyone is willing to do the reading, you will discover that this is the new
'template', if you will, for manufacturing these fictitious stories; everyone is stalking everyone else in some kind of spy-vs-spy game on an
To put it simply, the guy is making it up. He's playing a game of add-on, slapping his additions on to the story, and it's easy for him to do that
from his position as an 'anonymous insider'. The story is already out there in the wild in various forms. The interviewer and the interviewee are
merely hoping that folks will pick up their additions and run with them.
If people stop feeding them, they will wither and dry-up.