This is an extremely interesting case to be honest.
Roseanne Barr comes off as a stabile woman with her opinions rather than raving about mad things to me. She keeps her cool and deals with the issues
head on. I hadn't seen that King interview, but to me she seemed in control.
My girlfriend works with elderly psychically disabled people and once in a while a doctor comes to the clinic to administer whatever drugs the
Now some of those living there are very off the hinges... saying mad stuff or doing irrational things.
One day the doctor says to my girlfriend, something like this:
"you know what... I can't help wondering if when I get just as old and my mental health starts failing to the point that I'm deemed unfit to live
alone, I tell people that I'm a doctor.... would they believe me or just call me insane?"
Often I've had the the fleeting thought that what if, some of those we call mentally ill, are really seeing things for what they are? (Mind you... I
What if sometimes, these things that they see or hear are actully things that we "ordinary" folks simply are too blind or too brain washed to see
This almost takes me back to the days of "They Live" by Carpenter.
We live in a world we are not part of.
We work for people, we cannot see.
And if we find a way out... they tear us down.
Ok, but back on topic.
It was relatively late I started interesting myself for the MK Ultra program. Actually my first true interest came with the arrival of the Muse song
of the same name.
I then found out that Bellamy is a self-confessed conspiracy buff after an uncle died when he was young. That suddenly opened my eyes to the lyrics of
Muse songs where the majority are political... either in plain view or in between lines.
MK Ultra was pretty straight forward.
So we know this program existed (maybe still does, atleast according to Roseanne), this is a fact... no debate!
But to my surprise, when I ran this notion past people I care about and trust, they seemed to brush the idea of that off the table. They actually
thought I had been reading too much on the internet......
It took quite an effort to persuade just a few of them. Well persuade is the wrong word... enlighten if probably more true. But hey, even my
girlfriend refuses to fill her head with the ideas... when I start talking about psy ops and things like that, she shuts down. Literally...
It's only when she's tired and happy that she opens up a bit.
My point is. Even when the truth is in plain sight, the fight is still harder. People still seem to be affected by what ever has infested our views of
Therefore people like Roseanne are a welcome addition to the insanity that one might rule "ordinary" life is.
It's not about getting excitement of meaningfulness, it's about dealing with the truth, readjusting and reacting to what have been done to us.
Honestly, look at yourselves, look at your friends, your family, your kids. I can't think of a single western country where the government isn't
f***ing over the general population, sucking up to the elite and degrading material value for the working class and below.
Yet none of us are doing anything about it? What we spent our time with, is watching senseless useless shows like x-factor, numerous cooking shows
(seriously are there like 10-15 unique cooking shows running at any given time??), re-run tv-shows (yay for streaming right?.... no... this must
really please tptb since it's more of the same for less effort) and whatever.
The roman emperors had the colosseum, todays emperors have tv and mind-control programs.
So who's to say Roseanne isn't right? I really don't care if she IS diagnosed with anything... I really don't, because what she's saying isn't
stray ramblings of pirates and flying elephants, it's plausible thoughts that very well may be in touch with reality do to the fact that (at least)
the American government is capable of doing this.
I have no doubt that it is completely impossible for anyone to see through what the money flowing through state is being used for.
Even if they publicly have said that MK Ultra was shut down back in the 60s, that doesn't mean its true!
Just check out that money being funnelled towards what the US Army itself designates as psy ops. It's staggering...
Sorry for the wall of text, but sometimes it has to be more than one line