reply to post by BurbGirl378
A double disingenuous!!
I guess I got thrown off track with your defense of not being defensive, tetra50.
Not meaning to be offensive in any way, of course.
Really, as in not trying to be offensive in any way, jumping on that "my defensive of not being defensiveness," bandwagon, as addressed in this
thread ad nauseum.....trhis I find so sad about ATS. Instead of discussing the topic at hand, and possibly helping truthermantwo, we are just
degenerating into attacks against one another, calling each other out, and seeking to prove our superiority in communication and intellect---as
evidenced by your wording to me, and the BAM, you ended with. Well, hope you're feeling all superior now. My discusssion with another member, which
didn't up until now involve you at all, though you chose to involve yourself to insult me while claiming not to be -- a sure sign it is what you
well, hope you're feeling good about yourself, as all that has nothing to do with the topic at hand, but just taking me down and trying to make
yourself look superior at my expense.
Anyway, as to your next point:
We don't know who has the ability to purchase and use this technology. The U.S. Gov't has not been too keen on keeping their secrets. Everything
seems to be for sale today under the Repub's agenda of Total Privatization combined with the usual, routine corruption and greed.
I beg to differ. Of course we know, at least, on many levels, and perhaps not on others, as the more widespread it is, it seems virtually anyone may
be able to employ the tech with very simple, readily available tools. Again, I cite patents--try a patent search why don't you--and laws against
such psychotronic experimentation on the civilian population. I wonder, have you really read what I wrote, or are you just spoiling for an argument
and making points off me?
Try some ATS searching on like topics, You will find a wealth of information here, specifically released MK Ultra documents. There is a very long
detailed thread in relationship to released documents in the last twenty years, how the tech came to be, and how it was used then. And yes, insurance
companies are a huge player in this, with obvious goals.....
If Truthermantwo is being 'gangstalked' by a 'network' it would not be very entertaining or useful to the perpetrators if/while he is under
medical observation. Lock Up may just be the 'maze' Trutherman describes, and unless his tormentors are unbelievably warped with cruelty why would
they continue and risk discovery? The Insurance Providers and the Mental Health Professionals would not be inclined to indulge this kind of expensive
barbarism. They don't have enough beds.
Here you show your complete naivety about this, if I may so say so--of course, no offense intended. It would be HIGHLY useful--this is how he would
be branded a complete looney, schizophrenic, while under observation by so called professionals. Of course his tormentors are unbelievably warped
wtih cruelty---have you really considered how horribly nightmarish enduring this tech is, really? I am appalled that you think his tormentors are any
less than above described. Imagine, if you will, having your mind splintered, raped, literally, with induced thoughts that do not belong to you, with
no escape nor way to prove what you KNOW is happening to you. And you actually think people willing to foist this on folks are anything less than
unbelievably warped with cruelty?
why would they continue and risk discovery? The Insurance Providers and the Mental Health Professionals would not be inclined to indulge this
kind of expensive barbarism. They don't have enough beds.
Plausible deniability. Check out what that means. A victim would be accusatory, trying to take action. This plausible deniability is the way they
get out of proving what they are doing by labelling the victim as schizophrenic and/or psychotic. And he will never be believed nor taken seriously
again. Of course, they would be inclined, if only to protect their industry, to continue the barbarism. They don't have enough beds? They get paid
to fill those beds. This is how they make money. And if one were to prove they don't belong in those beds because they were "created" as patients
to be put in them, and the companies have a monetary gain, and the plausible deniability to get them out of having created the situation.
So, Bam. If that's the level you want to communicate on. Nothing you have said here makes any sense, to me at least, and shows that you know very
little about how this works. Whatever your stance on it, at least from your response to me, I can't quite figure it out, because you made it
personal from the outset, and didn't address in a logical manner anything I was saying.