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Gang Stalking – We targets are the new MKUltra test subjects.

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Angry Gorilla Monkey is the Strongest Animal of Zoo Apes (Photo credit: epSos.de)

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Each year of the 1960’s the CIA provided the Tibetans-in-exile with $1.7 million for guerrilla operations and $180,000 for cultural centers and international lobbying. World News Briefs; Dalai Lama Group Says It Got Money From C.I.A. New York Times. October 02, 1998 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)


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Forensic sketch of the Unabomber, commissioned by the FBI, drawn by Jeanne Boylan. This copy was found at the url: http://members.aol.com/alvertc/Sketch.gif. According to Encarta, the drawing was released by the FBI in 1987. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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English: Theodore Kaczynski, the Unabomber, as Faculty member at Berkeley. Cropped (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Do you remember Ted Kaczynski?  Probably not.  He’s the man who was sent to prison for life for sending bombs through the mail. He’s called the Unabomber.

Well, I was reading up on his life and I understand why he was so angry at the government.

While Kaczynski was attending Harvard, he joined a program that he thought was about debating personal philosophy with other students. What he got instead was a C.I.A. program that brutally and psychologically abused him and other students for three years. The students had to write essays about their personal beliefs and aspirations. The students were then attached to electrodes that monitored their physiological under bright lights and one-way mirror.  During that time the students were psychologically abused,  and also filmed.  After filming the students, an anonymous lawyer would come into the room, abuse them about their beliefs and aspirations, and play back the film to the students to show them how they reacted  during the torture and abuse them some more.  The program’s name is MKUltra. I’m sure you’ve all heard of the program.  The students were probably  the first ones tested and then it went out into the public for more testing.

From what I read, Ted Kaczynski was very angry with the program, and so were other students.  He often made mention of the program to family members and others. During the time he was part of the program Kaczynski appeared to be normal. I have a feeling that the MKUltra program did something to his mind.  As it is trying to do to our minds. It’s basically the same program, just keep abusing the person and see how far he can be driven to insanity.

The C.I.A. is still doing the tests, but now  on civilians who have no choice.  They just pick us out of the blue and torture us as they did  Kaczynski .

I’m sure the first ones that these tests were done on were apes and rats and other animals.  But testing on animals wasn’t enough, they have to continue doing it to  people.

I saw some pictures of apes who were kept in cages for 30 years and never let out.  Finally, after 30 years, they got too old for testing and were let go and taken care of by caring  human beings. The first time the apes were let out onto the grass, they didn’t know what it was and began picking on it.  One ape stopped and looked up at the sun and run back into the facility. But eventually, he came back out, climbed into a tree and stayed in the tree all night. These apes were psychologically abused, I’m sure, by the C.I.A.

I guess we targets are the new apes.  We’re the new test subjects.  It’s now our time to experience what the great apes experienced for 30 years.

It makes me sick thinking about what they did to the Great Apes.  Poor things. The Great Apes had no choice and neither do we targets.

I guess the C.I.A. nazis are still doing their job with new subjects.

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Gang Stalking – Your computer is as safe as an open front door.

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English: Official photo of David Petraeus, Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
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Seal of the C.I.A. – Central Intelligence Agency of the United States Government (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Yesterday I  couldn’t type my blog.  I spent almost half a day trying to get my computer to work, but I got nothing. Nada. I didn’t want to get stressed, so I turned it off for the day. I found out the password the hackers use (Badass), and they really got angry. I could tell. They kept turning my computer off. I tried the same password today, and it’s been changed.  It’s nice for a change to get  to dump on the idiots.  I wonder how it felt to have someone do that to them. I won’t tell you how I found out their password.  It wasn’t through one of those sites that help you find someone’s password.

Anyway, I’m able to get on today. I don’t know how long I’ll last, maybe they’ll knock me off again, but I won’t give up trying to write my blog.  So far, I’ve been lucky, somehow, I’m always  able to work myself around the computer and find my way to getting on.  Not only that, but I’m really learning how to fix a computer. There are pros and cons to everything, and having my computer hacked, has really taught me a  lot of the inner workings of a computer.

I told you before that the hackers get on through your internet access, but now I’ve learned that they also get on through your Internet Explorer, Firefox, or whatever browser you use to get on your computer.  And the spyware that you use to keep viruses from getting into your computer, they’re totally useless.  I don’t depend on them anymore to keep me safe, because none of them works.  The hackers also get into your spyware and change settings and add viruses while doing it.  So, basically, forget about your computer as a safe place.  Unless you’re a computer nerd and can protect your computer in every way possible, your computer is as open as your  front door.  The computer companies really have a long way to go before any of us can consider our computers safe.

If someone like General Petraeus, who was head of the C.I.A. (Central Intelligence Agency),  can have his computer  hacked, what makes any of us think our computers are any safer?