Seriously. It was absolutely a success, when you understand the motivations.
… Last night’s deep-state ‘leak’ of a letter penned by Robert Mueller to AG (and longtime friend and colleague) William Barr complaining that Barr’s summary of Mueller’s findings, released several weeks before the redacted report, didn’t capture the full “context, nature and substance” of the report was of course conveniently timed to hand Democrats plenty of ammunition to tear into Barr during Wednesday morning’s hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
(Of course, as we’ve pointed out, when Barr pressed Mueller about whether Barr’s summary was inaccurate, the special counsel demurred, and affirmed that he didn’t think it was. Mueller’s letter was reportedly dated March 27. Barr released the summary on March 24.)
But the fact Barr insisted during back-to-back Congressional testimony on April 9 & April 10 that he didn’t know where the special counsel stood regarding the AG’s characterization of the report has already prompted some Democratic senators to demand Barr’s resignation, per the Washington Post.
Chris Van Hollen, the Senator who asked Barr about what he knew about Mueller’s feelings about the summary, demanded Barr resign and once again accused him of being a ‘propaganda chief’ for the president….
Regardless of your beliefs about Trump, you really have to not be paying attention to miss the democrats’ deceptive agenda here.
Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido failed to kick-start a military uprising on Tuesday. After this fizzle, RT reports that his life may be in danger from his own CIA backers, the director of the Ron Paul Institute argued in a debate.
This is what you call “dancing with the devil.”
In the existing literature, selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor exposure has been occasionally associated with both behavioral apathy and emotional blunting. While frequently described as separate entities, these two syndromes are mutually characterized by indifference and may be united under the single moniker, “selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor-induced indifference.” Little is known about the epidemiology or etiology of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor-induced indifference and few empirical studies have been undertaken. However, this syndrome may be under-recognized by both clinicians and patients (i.e., low insight, particularly among children and adolescents), and is characterized by an insidious onset, dose-dependent effects (i.e., higher selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor doses are more likely to result in symptoms), and complete resolution of symptoms with the discontinuation of the offending drug. Treatment strategies may include a dose reduction of the offending selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor, augmentation with a second drug, and/or discontinuation of the selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor and subsequent treatment with a nonselective serotonin reuptake inhibitor antidepressant….
In contrast to authors who have emphasized the behavioral aspects of this syndrome, others have emphasized the emotional aspects of indifference. Within this emotional perspective, most authors clearly differentiate emotional indifference from depression.3
In defining the clinical features associated with emotional indifference, Opbroek et al6 describe a diminution in emotional responsiveness.6 Price and Goodwin7 describe a reduction in emotional sensitivity as well as a sense of numbing or blunting of the emotions.7 Price et al8 note that affected patients oftentimes describe a restricted range of emotions, including those emotions that are a part of everyday life.8 The preceding authors also describe a number of distinct emotional themes in affected patients, including a general reduction in the intensity or experience of all emotions, both positive and negative; a sense of emotional detachment; “just not caring;” and diminished emotionality in interpersonal relationships, both in personal and professional relationships. While some of these effects may be beneficial at times (e.g., the blunting of an anger response in a volatile patient), they may be detrimental at other times (e.g., emotional indifference at the funeral of a close family member)….
As for prevalence rates, according to a study by Bolling and Kohlenberg,9 approximately 20 percent of 161 patients who were prescribed an SSRI reported apathy and 16.1 percent described a loss of ambition.9 In a study by Fava et al,10 which consisted of participants in both the United States and Italy, nearly one-third on any antidepressant reported apathy, with 7.7 percent describing moderate-to-severe impairment, and nearly 40 percent acknowledged the loss of motivation, with 12.0 percent describing moderate-to-severe impairment.10 In a third study, researchers examined 43 pediatric patients with anxiety disorders and noted that five percent of the study sample developed apathy while taking fluvoxamine.3…
Given that the purpose of “antidepressants” as well as shock treatment is to reduce symptoms of misery in oppressive social environments, the self-perception of emotional pain would obviously be among the targets of any such treatment, and some degree of apathy would be the solution.
For social engineers, the apathy must be sufficient to allow ongoing oppression without resistance while maintaining a sufficient level of pleasure/pain perception to sustain the “efficacy” of whatever carrots and sticks are used to provide motivation. Excess apathy would be counterproductive to this objective.
Needless to say, “free will” is always constrained by the perception of alternatives to the status quo. This is why many oppressed people consent to such mind-tinkering, and why most psychiatrists think they’re “helping” the patient. We are all colonized in this way to one degree or another. This is why psychedelic drugs or just taking a walk in the country are so subversive to the “depression” paradigm as well as the established order.
Mind is infinite, constrained only by the perception of self identity. If self-identity merges with that of your oppressor, that is mind control. If it perceives no bounds, that is the perception of liberation, although liberation is always constrained by Godel’s theorem. In between, when identity is broadened to include but not merge with other identities, that is empathy. “Reality” is an open set of open sets. We’re living in an infinity of infinities.
Getting back to social engineering, “self” perception can occur on both individual and social levels. Suppressing the mass perception of a social “self” with interests and desires apart from the establishment is job one of any oppressive system of social control. Obstetrical trauma, biochemical tinkering, psychological channeling and economic oppression are all used in pursuit of this objective of empathy control.
Days after John Earnest’s alleged attack on a San Diego synagogue, the FBI announced it prevented a terror attack aimed at “white nationalists.”
According to Reuters:
Mark Steven Domingo, 26, a U.S. Army infantryman who recently converted to Islam, was taken into custody on Friday after undercover FBI operatives furnished him with what he thought were live bombs to be used in the attack, law enforcement officials said.
In other words, the FBI nurtured another would-be terrorist, set him up, and announced the arrest within a couple days of the synagogue attack.
Authorities said Domingo, who had no prior criminal record, came to their attention because of a series of violent extremist messages he posted in online chat rooms, one of which called for “retribution” for the massacre of 50 people at mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, by a gunman in March.
The FBI routinely trawls the internet searching for naive idiots declaiming hatefully on forums. It then contacts a selected target to ascertain the level of stupidity and malleability. The FBI then sends in operatives pretending to be fellow jihadists. The operatives manipulate the target into accepting inert duds as theatrical props.
It’s fair to say Mr. Domingo was wholly incapable of carrying out a terrorist attack. He was capable, however, of spouting off in chatrooms, and later falling for FBI entrapment, and this made him an ideal patsy for the ongoing terror nonsense sent out 24/7 by the state and its corporate propaganda media….
Sometimes the FBI isn’t satisfied with duds. Like in the 1993 WTC bombing event:
I love my children. And, if I’m in a gracious mood, I believe that parents who do not vaccinate their children love theirs as much as I love mine.
But, I am quite confident in this fact: I love their children much more than they love mine. These anti-vaxxer parents — call them free-riders or even pro-plague — are putting my children and our communities at risk to cater to their erroneous belief that vaccinations would harm their children rather than contribute to the elimination of childhood diseases.
It is time we stop viewing the anti-vax movement and its adherents’ responsibility for the measles outbreak as a public health problem. With more than 700 reported cases confirmed in 22 states, it is now a public safety crisis, and the tools of public safety — arrests, fines, isolation — are absolutely necessary….
Wow. All she has to do is look at the vaccine adverse event reporting system at https://vaers.hhs.gov/data.html to get a clue about vaccine safety. Despite the vaers system being entirely voluntary (only 1% of adverse events are reported * ) she’d find 141 DEATHS reported in 2018, and 45 deaths already in the first 3 months of this year, from vaccinations. But apparently she doesn’t even have a firm grasp on logic, given that she believes her vaccinated children are at risk from unvaxxed children. So does she believe vaccines work or not?
This is the state of american journalism, and the state of the “harvard university kennedy school of government”. JFK would be rolling over in his grave.
* Preliminary data were collected from June 2006 through October 2009 on 715,000 patients, and 1.4 million doses (of 45 different vaccines) were given to 376,452 individuals. Of these doses, 35,570 possible reactions (2.6 percent of vaccinations) were identified. This is an average of 890 possible events, an average of 1.3 events per clinician, per month. These data were presented at the 2009 AMIA conference.In addition, ESP:VAERS investigators participated on a panel to explore the perspective of clinicians, electronic health record (EHR) vendors, the pharmaceutical industry, and the FDA towards systems that use proactive, automated adverse event reporting.Adverse events from drugs and vaccines are common, but underreported. Although 25% of ambulatory patients experience an adverse drug event, less than 0.3% of all adverse drug events and 1-13% of serious events are reported to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Likewise, fewer than 1% of vaccine adverse events are reported. …