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A group of military veterans are suing to get the CIA to come clean about allegedly implanting remote control devices in their brains.
It's well known that the CIA began testing substances like LSD on soldiers beginning in the 1950s but less is known about allegations that the agency implanted electrodes in subjects.Continue
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Add "mind control" to pretty much any of these phrases, whack it into google, and one starts developing the strong desire to wear a tinfoil hat.
Turns up articles like:
So here's a fun little list of scary scary things from america's post-nazi charming corps.
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"One of the best kept secrets in history is the Monarch Mind-control programming, which uses trauma-based mind conditioning combined with state of the art mind control to create humans who are totally controlled by a handler without even knowing that they are controlled. This is accomplished by sophisticated use of the brain's ability to disassociate, which is used to the extreme to create structured multiple personality-disordered minds. The monarch program was used as US Department of…Continue
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The UK's employment market is currently a buyer's market, but a premium market. It's expensive to employ people here, the cost of living is high, and the standard is European (no keeping people in vast dormitories with 18 hour shifts).
But what is the percentage of employment?
70% of people aged 16 to 64?
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The conservative agenda called the Big Society proposed by Cameron's cabinet sounds an awful lot to me like they're shutting down government departments, and replacing it with some form of bank or lordship, which divvys out various form of rente and bond by a process of tender.
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Fourth generation warfare (4GW) is conflict characterized by a blurring of the lines between war and politics, soldier and civilian.
The military doctrine was first defined in 1989 by a team of United States analysts, including William S. Lind, used to describe warfare's return to a decentralized form. In terms of generational modern warfare,…
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If we want to be, that is.
Yay for digital cameras and the…Continue
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This is the graph of average house price against inflation in the UK.
If you notice, something gets a bit weird in the mid 70s, housing prices suddenly start booming. There is an echo as it settles below the progressive increase line.
Why is there a progressive…Continue
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Plutonomies exist, and explain much of the world’s imbalances. There is no such thing as“The U.S. Consumer” or“UK…Continue
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The ancient ziggurat of Ur was partially restored by Saddam.
The americans built their base "Camp Alpha" on the ruins of Ancient Babylon...
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So how did you spend your weekend?
Perhaps you drove your Volvo or Jaguar into town to spend your hard-earned money at Boots or Topshop, then on to a pub to watch the Chelsea game over a pint of Stella Artois or maybe home to have a nice cup of Tetley tea.
An unremarkable chain of events? Well, not quite. All of those brands have one thing in common — they are owned by billionaires who have no shareholders, no national loyalty and whose business tactics are, to say the least,…Continue
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Imagine you’re on the train home from work one evening and sitting opposite you are two people embroiled in a lengthy conversation about a recently published book they are both enjoying. You try not to listen but can’t help overhearing their enthusiastic comments about characters and plot lines. Out of curiosity, you glance at the name of the book they are both holding.
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