Hidden Evil by Mark Rich (2009)
“Mark Rich wrote some of the most important articles on the crime of organized stalking ever to have been circulated over the Internet. His handbook documenting these crimes entitled “The Hidden Evil,” has been read by many a Targeted Individual, since it offers a firsthand look at what it is like to be targeted for the crime of organized stalking, and all that this entails. I printed this article out about two years ago and read it from cover to cover, finding it an invaluable resource in helping to better understand the evil machinations of those involved in these crimes; crimes which we are unfortunately finding are deeply rooted in federal and state government covert sponsored terrorism.” – James F. Marino
READ: For many people all over the world (including me) the information presented by Mark on his website rich-essence.com became a reference describing gang stalking called State-Sponsored Terror Campaigns. Very accurate descriptions of methods and background information. But the website went offline and many (including me) feared that we would not hear from him again. Now Mark is back with much more information! All that time he did a lot of research on why people are targeted, who is behind it, and presents all information organized and well-written. Thank you Mark for sharing all this information with us. The Hidden Evil by Mark Rich – Much more about gang stalking, non-lethal weapons (directed energy weapons) and New World Order
Project: Soul Catcher: Secrets of Cyber and Cybernetic Warfare Revealed Volume 2 By Dr. Robert Duncan (2010) “Read the book for some eye-popping information. This is really real. The public is nowhere near aware of these horrifying technologies, to hack the brain and control a person’s life is devastating.” – Suzanne LeBoeuf
READ: Dr. Robert Duncan is honest and concise in his description of some of the most intrusive surveillance and behavioral modification technologies ever created. His latest work is a must read for everyone concerned with the future of human rights in the both the United States and abroad. His detailed description of the modalities used for hacking the human mind are both accurate and troublesome. Mind Control – Project Soul Catcher
A New Breed Satellite Terrorism By John Hall (2009) “In what first starts like a bizarre cloak-and-dagger tale and turns into something from a sci-fi movie, ends up being the true story of terrorism endured on an epic scale by a Bulverde resident, his loved ones and friends. Who is watching over us? A threat is stalking us and we don’t even know it.” – Greg Ericson
READ: Dr. Hall is author of, “A New Breed: Satellite Terrorism in America,” a book in which he boldly describes his personal experiences of being a target of the domestic terrorism covertly sweeping through the nation’s communities. Human Targets: KENS 5 reports on Texan TIs tortured in houses of horrors
My Life Changed Forever: The Years I Have Lost as a Target of Organized Stalking By Elizabeth Sullivan (2008) “My Life Changed Forever” is an exceptional testimonial by a married lady, a mother, who has been through the Hell of organized stalking since 1994. Overall, I am really impressed by Elizabeth Sullivan’s obvious respect for terminology and content chosen for maximum clarity and credibility.” – Eleanor White
READ: Many targets rank EH (electronic harassment) as the top priority, and I’m not disparaging their public education attempts which focus on EH, rather, I’m just expressing my opinion that a book like this one devoted to OS may well prove out to be the easiest way to introduce the basic crime of OS/EH to unaware non-targets. That’s just my opinion based on 13 years of face to face activism. Book Review: My Life Changed Forever – The Years I Have Lost as a Target of Organized Stalking
Monarch: The New Phoenix Program By Marshall Thomas (2007) “Marshall Thomas’s explosive Monarch book and video series exposes the New Phoenix Program currently being carried out on political activists and dissident civilians. The Phoenix Program, assassinating suspected VC sympathizers in a systematic manner, worked well during the Vietnam War and is the blueprint for the current black op targeting thousands of loyal Americans using state of the art microwave (MW) and radio frequency radiation (RFR) weapons.” – Sahih Bukhari
READ: A series of short videos by Marshall Thomas dedicated to exposing the current Phoenix Program in the US aimed at dissidents, whistleblowers, and “security risks” subjected to a combined program of Phoenix, MKULTRA, Cointelpro, and human experimentation using non-lethal weapons. Expose and Expunge Targeted Individuals of domestic spying racket.
Bridging the Gap By GmB Bailey (2009) “I do believe ultimate responsibility is with the government. Gang stalking is a government directed activity leading to dehumanizing conditions and death-i.e., it is legally Genocide.” – Keith Labella
READ: Discover a state apparatus you never knew existed in a world that you currently inhibit. Discover how you too could be systemically ruined if you make the wrong enemy or step outside the invisible lines. Bridging The Gap, will help you or someone you love get ahead of the game, before the game gets you. This book will bring you up to date on what you need to know, to make the right choices for staying ahead of the game in today’s society. Are You Being Watched Without Knowing It?
Cause Stalking By David Lawson (2007) “This burgeoning cancer across the face of America is NOT being done by freelancing extremists. It is being done by our own all-powerful Federal Government, which, through the evil auspices of the Patriot Act, has legitimized criminal activities against US citizens. The Federal Government is sponsoring this stalking. There may be copycat groups, but their main function is to hide the role of the US Government. In the name of protecting America, this burgeoning network has duped thousands of US citizens, soldiers, neighbors, local police and firemen into stripping their fellow US citizens of their human rights.” – Marina “Hill”
READ: The author accomplished what multiple stalking victims only DREAM about – he penetrated street level citizen groups and rode with them as they carried out harassment assignments. This book is likely to be very helpful for targets who are forced to deal with skeptical family, friends, co-workers, and local authorities. It is definitely a breakthrough in the cause of exposing and stopping these citizen groups who operate freely, while law enforcement only gives their lowest ranking street level members a slap on the wrist now and then (while police deny such crimes happen to targets who complain.) Book Review: Cause Stalking
1996 By Gloira Naylor (2007) “I hope one day she leaves behind these delusions – she may have and we don’t know. But in a way, Dick Simon was right – the best case scenario has played out – few people know about this book and hopefully this cancerous paranoia will not be Naylor’s legacy.” – Anita Dalton
READ: The book 1996, is Gloria Naylor’s RESPONSE to a decade of targeting by multiple stalkers and through wall electronic technology. The book is a skilled writer’s contribution to the fight to expose and stop these crimes. Gloria tells the story of 1996 – the year in which her nightmare started. Some of her material took place later, but a one year snapshot of a target’s experience is sufficient to show what we endure. Following years just grind on with more of the same type of harassment, even though the exact harassment modes are rotated from some sort of “master menu”, apparently to make it difficult for the target to convince others the harassment is real. Book Review: 1996 by Gloria Naylor
Mind Matrix: Covert Electronic Harassment Mind Control Program By Commander X
(2008) “A massive book of large 8.5×11 pages MIND MATRIX: COVERT ELECTRONIC HARASSMENT MIND CONTROL PROGRAM is without a doubt the most complete work on the subject of electronic mind control techniques, mind games, case studies of individuals stricken by a super secret intelligence bent on destroying individual lives, as well as a detailed list of 100 U.S. Patents involving psychotronic devices that can impinge on your personal freedom.” – Scott Coralles
READ: The sheer number and diversity of these kinds of patented devices is awe-inspiring to contemplate. The fact that they are a matter of public record may be an example of how some things involved in the overall conspiracy are “hidden in plain sight,” but who knows what other mind control devices have been developed in secret and are already in use? Could the simple act of turning on your television or even blithely walking the streets of your neighborhood expose you to covert surveillance or hidden forms of behavior modification? A UFO DIGEST BOOK REVIEW Mind Matrix: Covert Electronic Harassment Mind Control Program
Stalking the Stalker: Fighting Back with High-tech Gadgets and Low-tech Know-how By Diane Glass (2006) “Diane Glass speaks from experience when she offers her clear and helpful advice to potential and current victims of stalking. Glass provides specifics that other books in the genre do not regarding the how-to’s of detecting and avoiding a stalker’s tricks. Anyone with concerns about stalking in this computer and electronic age will benefit from the tips Glass offers in this volume.” – Renee L. Eastabrooks
READ: You’re only a victim if you act like one. More than one million people are stalked every year in the United States. Spyware, computer software and online databases give stalkers easy access to your online accounts, daily habits and personal communications. Despite this terrifying reality, there is good news: the technology that stalkers exploit can be used against them. Stalking the Stalker empowers you to take charge. You’ll learn: What tricks stalkers use Which tools warn you when a stalker is near How to protect yourself with low-cost, high-tech spyware How you can shield your computer from invasion How to protect your home from a break-in How to prepare yourself before you walk into a courtroom How to outsmart a stalker Stalking the Stalker provides you with the high-tech know-how and low-tech advice you need to protect your privacy, your home and yourself. Stalking the Stalker: Fighting Back with High-tech Gadgets and Low-tech Know-how
Electromagnetic Mind Control: Fact or Fiction?: A Scientific View By Vladimir N. Binhi (2010) “The thousands of people who are victims of mind control, electronic harassment, or deliberate electromagnetic influencing, will I think (if their functioning is not too damaged to read for long periods) find this a wonderful help. Even if they are too disabled by the (usually) daily torture to read large chunks of it, it’s a book for reference.” – LM “bas1a”
READ: Binhi (physics, General Physics Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences) explores the possibility of electromagnetic mind control. He defi nes the term, provides a historical overview of the development of the concept in the US and Russia, and discusses known methods of extracting information about brain processes and delivering information into the brain, by exposure to electromagnetic fields and radiation, including functional MRI, brain wave monitoring, and magneto-encephalography. Electromagnetic mind control, fact or fiction a scientific view
Torture, Killing Me Softly By Tek Nath Rizal (2009) “The 2009 book Torture, Killing Me Softly by Tek Nath Rizal alleges government mind control torture with secret electromagnetic radiation (EMR) mind control weapons. Tek Nath Rizal was a prominent government consultant to the South Asian country of Bhutan, before he exposed corruption in high places. He became a popular political figure and internationally recognized human rights activist.” – Cheryl Welsh
READ: There is no way to verify Rizal’s claims as the Bhutanese government that considers the refugees ‘illegal immigrants’ will surely brand it as another attempt to tarnish the kingdom. But we also can not call it entirely untrue when the account comes from a leader of Rizal’s stature. It’s evident from the annex under the heading of “suggested reading” that the author has researched a great deal about the use of electronic devices to control one’s mind. The epilogue reads: “The global agencies must verify the tall claims of the government of Bhutan independently whether it is ‘Gross National Happiness’ or the ‘Gross National Sufferings.’” Indeed, the cases of gross human rights violations as documented by Rizal in Torture cast a shadow over the so-called Shangri-La. Book Review: The Other Gross Side of Bhutan
Mind Wars: Brain Research and National Defense By Jonathan D. Moreno (2006) “The military and scientific leaders chartering neuro-weapons research will argue that the United States is a uniquely noble country that can be trusted with such technologies, while other countries (except for a few allies) cannot. They will also argue that these technologies will save lives and that U.S. ingenuity will enable the United States to dominate other countries in a neuro-weapons race. When it is too late to turn back the clock, they will profess amazement that other countries caught up so quickly and that an initiative intended to ensure American dominance instead led to a world where everyone is threatened by chemical - zed soldiers and rob-terrorists straight out of Blade Runner.” – Hugh Gusterson
READ: Many experts are claiming that mind control weapons will be developed in the twenty-first century and public debate and government oversight are called for. New research and information is now available. A thank you to Dr. Moreno for opening up a debate on brain research and national defense and for addressing the alleged government mind control victims in a nonjudgmental way. In his 2006 book, Mind Wars: Brain Research and National Defense, Moreno concluded there are no advanced government mind control weapons. This paper presents a counterargument and the rarely heard fifty year history and facts indicating the likelihood of already developed, advanced mind control weapons. Book review of Mind Wars: Brain Research and National Defense by Jonathan D. Moreno
Mind Games By Richard Thieme (2010) “This will be a life-changing book for some of those who read it. Not in the sense of the self-help tomes by the doctors, gurus and shamen who assure you that your investment of $29.95 will bring you the answer to finding your bliss. If anything, Thieme assures you just the opposite. If, as in the movie The Matrix, you take Thieme’s red pill, you will see his vision of the truth, with all the implications. You can’t just take the happy parts, because they are inextricably bound to the uneasy aspects of the reality Thieme channels.” – Warthog
READ: Mind Games is a unique collection of 19 stories of brave new worlds and alternate realities – stories of computer hackers, deception and intelligence, puzzling anomalies, spirituality and mysteries of consciousness, the paranormal, UFOs, alien life forms – in short, everyday life in the 21st century. All have been previously published in literary, slipstream, and science fiction magazines and anthologies but have not been available in a single collection – until now. Early Accolades for Richard Thieme’s Mind Games
Cyber-stalking: Harassment in the Internet Age and How to Protect Your Family By Paul Bocij (2004) “Current trends and evidence suggest that cyber-stalking is a serious problem that will grow in scope and complexity as more people take advantage of the Internet and other telecommunications technologies. Paul Bocij’s book offers a framework for an initial response to the problem. He gives the reader an insightful look at how communications technologies provide a thorough analysis of this neglected topic. It is a must for anyone concerned with the crime of cyber-stalking.” – Hedi Nasheri
READ: More disturbingly, pornographers and pedophiles have begun to use cyber-stalking as a way of locating new victims. While cyber-stalking has become a worldwide problem, most cases originate in the United States, making Americans the most vulnerable group of targets. Bocij carefully delineates the boundaries of cyber-stalking, providing real-life examples, guidance for avoiding the pitfalls, and suggestions for what to do if you fall victim. Cyber-stalking: Harassment in the Internet Age and How to Protect Your Family by Paul Bocij
Stalking, Harassment, and Murder in the Workplace: Guidelines for Protection and Prevention By Nellie Lanteigne (2000) “Law and business libraries of all kinds should consider purchasing this book….an excellent resource for researchers.” – Legal Information Alert.
READ: Chapter by chapter, Schell and Lanteigne give detailed information about how stalkers think and behave and what law enforcement and businesses can do to protect employees against them. A unique feature of this book is its analysis of the effect of the “stalking cycle” on victims. Stalking, Harassment, and Murder in the Workplace.
Stalking the Soul: Emotional Abuse and the Erosion of Identity by Marie-France Hirigoyen (2000) “Any victim of bullying will find solace in this book because it very clearly distinguishes both and it squarely puts the pathology where it belongs – not on the victim.” – JL
READ: In this landmark study, already a bestseller in France and forthcoming on over ten countries, the author analyzes, with numerous examples, the specific features of an abusive relationship-and cautions against complacency. She demonstrates a deadly process at work among couples, families, and in the workplace, a process that sweeps its victims into a downward vortex that can even lead to suicide. Until now the subject of emotional abuse through perverse violence has been largely neglected. This noteworthy and well-documented book is a practical guide for its victims and for people wishing to help them, as well as for health professionals. Emotional Abuse.
The Psychopath by James Blair, Karina Blair, and Derek Mitchell (2005) “The psychopath always fascinates, and this new book rises to the challenge of its subject. The book exhaustively covers everything known about psychopathic state to date. It also brings an exciting new theory, exploring the neuro-biological underpinnings of psychopaths’ broken emotions. The Psychopath will be an engrossing read for any clinician, scientist or student who wants to understand that mysterious individual, the criminal psychopath.” – Terrie Moffitt.
READ: The picture that is presented is somewhat messy, and the authors frankly admit that there are many loose ends. But there is little doubt that this book represents the state of the art, not only on psychopathic, but also on the many different causal factors involved in reactive aggression. It gives, not a full and final picture, but an accurate representation of science as it is actually practiced, in which puzzles proliferate faster than they can be solved. It is marred, to my mind, only by an uncritical use of the distinction between genetic and environmental causes. It is highly recommended. Review – The Psychopath Emotion And The Brain.
Terrorist Stalking in America By David Lawson (2001) “Currently, the typical justice system response to complaints of being group stalked is to label the victim as mentally ill and wash their hands of the problem. This is itself a criminal act, and a violation of all the job descriptions and oaths these public officials have accepted and made. They are NOT doing their jobs when it comes to organized stalking.” – Eleanor White
READ: This book is an INCREDIBLE resource for victims of multiple stalking and group harassment. The author accomplished what multiple stalking victims only DREAM about – he penetrated street level perpetrator groups. Although this book does not indicate David Lawson is aware of the full spectrum of advanced electronics some of these groups have and use, this book is likely to be very helpful for victims who are forced to deal with skeptical family, friends, co-workers, and local authorities. It is definitely a breakthrough in the cause of exposing and stopping these criminal gangs who operate freely, while law enforcement only gives their lowest ranking street level members a slap on the wrist now and then (while they deny such crimes happen to victims who complain.) If a multiple stalking victim can comfortably afford the book, I’d give it a definite “buy” recommendation. It will certainly open at least some of the minds of people we multiple stalking victims are forced to deal with. Book Review: Terrorist Stalking in America.
Mobbing: Emotional Abuse in the American Workplace By Dr. Noa Davenport, Ruth Distler Schwartz, Gail Pursell Elliott (1999) “This book is a great place to start because it’s easy to read and understand. It helps you move from feeling powerless to empowerment. It explains the dynamics behind the mobbing syndrome and that it is very rarely (if ever) the target’s fault. Regardless, there is absolutely no justification for any kind of abuse in the workplace.” – Briana M. O’Brien.
READ: In my (Eleanor White’s) view, having this book in hand can be a great way for organized stalking targets to begin the process of educating one’s friends and family as to the reality of this seemingly ‘taboo’ side of contemporary human behaviour. Mobbing: Emotional Abuse in the American Workplace.
Operation Mind Control By Walter Bowart (1978) “The book disappeared because, according to what I learned, the CIA did not want the public to know the extent and details of its mind control programs. I believe even Walter Bowart himself once described how the entire warehouse supply was bought up by the CIA. The book also began vanishing from libraries across the nation, and virtually every copy available in bookstores was suddenly bought up and disappeared into a black hole.” – J. Moore.
READ: Look at the DSM-IV [Psychiatric Diagnostic Manual. It] is strongly influenced by the insurance companies and people having no experience in the richness of the human mind and spirit. That’s one of the things that the MK-Ultra victims taught me. Over and over I heard the phrase, “They didn’t mess with my mind; they messed with my soul.” I’ve begun to think in spiritual terms of what has gone on here. This is a horrible thing. [It is] just like the Inquisition, but more sophisticated and less visible. There’s no blood on the streets, but that makes it even more insidious. And of course the technology is now available to everyone. Walter Bowart interview.
Virtual Government: CIA Mind Control Operations in America By Alex Constantine (1997) “Starting in the previous years of WWII, Mr. Constantine guided us through the tortuous ways used by de Nazis to get into power and how after the end of the war – in collaboration with several US agencies – infiltrated and blended into American culture, economy, society and policy but the most shocking part of this research is how these “organizations” manipulated the citizenry.” – Oscar L. Vazquez.
READ: Virtual Government sets out to put the Secret State agenda into historical perspective by tracing the origins of the CIA back to the American importing of Nazi agents whose agenda wasn’t just the continuation of the war against Communism in the framework of western democracy, but also to pave the way for the Fourth Reich. How close they got in realizing this aim? Rather close, Constantine suggests, unleashing a barrage of data on the unsuspecting reader, creating the image of a nearly all powerful CIA/Nazi-Network involved in brainwashing and remote controlling the minds of America and the World. Virtual Government.
Controlling the Human Mind: The Technologies of Political Control or Tools for Peak Performance By Nick Begich (2006) “Begich unveils the shadowy advancements in subliminal messaging, mind control, and energetic weapons systems. He describes astonishing new inventions, like a device that uses the Microwave Auditory Effect to send high fidelity sound directly into a person’s brain, but which is inaudible to anyone standing next to that person. He informs us about the Air Force’s mysterious Radiofrequency Radiation Dosimetry Handbook, and its sinister possibilities.” – Jared R. Endicott.
READ: It is essential in the fight to expose and stop all aspects of organized stalking and electronic harassment that the AGES of the proven beyond all doubt weapons be PROMINENTLY displayed. When a military weapon is discussed, say, in an article in Defense Electronics a month ago, that’s one thing. But when a technology is brutally invasive, as voice to skull is, and has been around for over THREE DECADES, and is relatively simple to be created by a senior radar technician or engineer, the public MUST be told that. Loud and often. Review: Controlling the Human Mind by Dr. Nick Begich.
Coherent Madness: Effective Defense Against Covert Warfare By Mukazo Mukazo Vunda (2008) “The covert warfare targeted individuals fall prey to in the west isn’t as covert as it is misleadingly defined. It is in fact institutionalized, meaning it has of necessity been made a part of the system. It is functional for society at large inasmuch as it provides a safe outlet for appetites generated in the masses by the western cultural orientation that would otherwise destroy society from within.” – Peter Mooring.
READ: Mr. Mukazo Vunda asserts he was, and remains a target of such attacks himself and is using the knowledge he has gained “the hard way”, as he says himself, to share what he has learnt along the way in order to afford the public the capacity to know whether and when they can become targets of covert warfare, how to identify instances of covert warfare; how to identify the attack methods involved in individual cases, and then goes on to provide information that will enable victims, as well as the communities to which they belong, to possess or either start off on the road to possession of the potential to defend and protect indigenous culture against what is at base a form of terrorism. Coherent Madness: Effective Defense Against Covert Warfare.
Military Mind Control: A Story of Trauma and Recovery by Colin A. Ross (2009) “I was hoping this book would shed more light on the military mind-control projects, but mostly it was the story of how one patient struggled to heal from the abuse. There weren’t enough details about the actual process involved.” – Matt Beal.
READ: In the course of the project’s mind-control research, MK-ULTRA experimented with a variety of drugs – sometimes on unwitting citizens – in an effort to find the perfect truth-serum. While some drugs made most subjects more chatty, none reliably provoked the unrestrained revelation of guarded secrets that experimenters had hoped for. In fact, the potential for the subject to divulge unreliable, false, fabricated information was found to be so high that the drugs employed as truth serums were eventually disregarded as useless. Nightmare Psychiatry: Delusions of Satan, ET abduction, and the cultivation of false memories.
Mind Controllers by Armen Victorian (2000) “His investigations, based primarily on declassified documents obtained using the U.S. Freedom of Information Act, reveal evidence that is both disturbing and fascinating. This book delves into the various attempts of intelligence agencies worldwide to master techniques of psychological manipulation of resistant individuals.” – Rob Marshall.
READ: Diligent use of the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) in the US helps to cast light on the advances that have been made in controlling the way people think and act – and how it is possible to sap their will to resist. The FOIA allows the most humble citizen to demand the disclosure of documents, although inevitably some will be heavily censored or not released at all. That is how much of the information in this book has been pieced together. Mind Controllers.
Unshackled: A Survivor’s Story of Mind Control by Kathleen Sullivan (2003) “Unshackled: A Survivor’s Story of Mind Control by Kathleen Sullivan deserves a most unique place in your reading collection. This revelatory piece of work paints the frighteningly horrific domain of child abuse with a mind control agenda for existing agency use. Beyond hidden group rituals may well lie organizations under the protection of government studies.” – Rebecca J. Reed.
READ: Kathleen is the author of Unshackled: A Survivor’s Story of Mind Control, published by Dandelion Books, which can be ordered from Book Surge. She is founder and president of the North American Freedom Foundation (NAFF), a victim and survivor advocacy group. Interview with Kathleen Sullivan.
Brainwash: The Secret History of Mind Control By Dominic Streatfeild (2008) “In Brainwash, Streatfeild follows the brainwashing research supported by government funds from the 1950s to the present. The initial motivator, he writes, was the idea that if the communists were doing it successfully, the West had better learn what was involved. Streatfeild summarizes the legitimate research conducted by the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and Denmark and some of the unfortunate and well-known results.” – Hayden B. Peake.
READ: Dominic Streatfield’s book on the subject is amusing and tragic in equal measures. Unburdened by consideration of the moral and ethical morass into which they were casting themselves, and in the name of security, agents drugged the unwitting with sodium amytal, killed an elephant with a dart containing a massive dose of LSD and tried out violent hypnosis techniques on unwilling subjects. Brainwash – review.
Secrets & lies: a history of CIA mind control & germ warfare By Gordon Thomas (2007) “It’s true that Secrets and Lies don’t cover the entire scope and history of US government human experimentation within its pages. No single book can. The subject is still so extensive, complicated, and covert that – once the lid of secrecy is more completely lifted – we will probably need several series of books, each of them the size of a standard set of Britannica Encyclopedias, to sufficiently educate ourselves about the full scope of what has been perpetrated against humans in the US and Canada – via US government human experiments – since the early 50s.” – Kathleen A. Sullivan.
READ: “Secrets and Lies” introduces never-before published government documents and includes affidavits and transcriptions of interviews with both perpetrators and victims of the CIA’s clandestine operations. Revelations include the story behind the death of Frank Olson, killed to prevent him from ‘blowing the whistle’ on the CIA’s mind control and secret weapons programmes, including how Donald Rumsfeld and Richard Cheney were complicit. Publications.
The history of mind control: from ancient times until now by Jorgen Christiansen (1999) “This is the story of the history of controlling men’s minds from a distance, how long has this been going on. The acquisition of electricity and magnetism and their use to develop instruments of power and control, was no small addition to men’s abilities, a force that exercised a considerable influence on society remained unknown throughout history.” – Beskrivning.
READ: Since then in 1999 the European Parliament has written a plenary report suggesting an international ban on such technology. The same year the COM plaintive published a book “The History of Mind Control (From ancient times until now)” which is in the libraries, and recently his story “At vokse med tårne” published in Denmark. Despite all this he is tortured every day and thus forced to seek help. CASE SUMMARY – Jørgen Christiansen – USA Denmark.
Mind Control, World Control By Jim Keith (1998) “I read this in 1999 and found it to be an accurate primer for those who have long suspected that things in America aren’t quite ‘right’. Having undergone 30+ years of non-consensual experimentation, harassment, stalking and other crimes here in the US, I can recommend this book to others who may just be coming to the realization that they, too, are under attack.” – Donald W. Pendergast.
READ: “Being an infrasound, very low frequency-type transmission, the acoustic psycho-correction message is transmitted via bone conduction. This means that earplugs will not restrict the message. An entire body protection system would be required to stop reception. The message, according to the Russians, bypasses the conscious level and is acted on almost immediately. The Russians say that the messages are acted upon with exposure times of less than one minute. IN YOUR HEAD: EXPERIMENTS INTO REMOTE MIND CONTROL TECHNOLOGY.
Mind Control: The Ancient Art of Psychological Warfare by Haha Lung (2006) “Mind Control by Dr. Haha Lung is a wonderful enticing gateway into the human mind. Dr. Lung shows us how to manipulate our enemies through their beliefs, hopes and fears allowing the user to get exactly what he or she wants. However this is not a simple method of walking up to a random person and brainwashing them in to oblivion. It takes time, and lots of it. Lung indicates that in order to get what one wants they must know their enemy better than they know themselves.” – Sevenswordsmen.
READ: Dr. Haha Lung, martial arts expert and author of Mind Manipulation, returns with an even more comprehensive guide to the art and skill of psychological warfare. Dr. Lung demonstrates step-by-step how to break through an enemy’s defenses to use their fears, insecurities, superstitions, hopes and beliefs against them. Mind Control takes the techniques outlined in Mind Manipulation further by utilizing the techniques created by Sun Tzu. Synopses & Reviews.
Covert Entry: Spies, Lies and Crimes Inside Canada’s Secret Service By Andrew Mitrovica (2003) “Secret information often falls into the wrong hands, including that of petty criminals. Laws are broken for no clear reason. Money is wasted on investigating non-matters while important investigations are forgotten about. Laws are broken for friends or politicians. Furthermore, this was never reported, because CSIS is free from all accountability, and are capable of silencing anyone who speaks out against them.” – Antoine Tardif.
READ: As a result, in spring 2004, I wrote a piece for Media, a publication of the Canadian Association of Journalists, where I examined the smear campaign up to that point. The tone and scope of the Walrus piece differed markedly from my report in Media magazine. This was the product of Walrus editor Ken Alexander’s wise hand. Ken was insistent that the piece reflect a sober and comprehensive review of the media’s coverage of the Arar affair. Ken understood that the story needed to be stripped of the moral outrage that ran through my earlier piece in part to blunt criticism that my account was little more than a polemic, rather than a bit of clinical reportage. He was right. (Throughout the research and writing, I also relied heavily on the counsel of Canadian Press reporter Jim Bronksill – a colleague I respect and admire – to ensure that the story was straight and fair.) Hear No Evil Write No Lies ByAndrew Mitrovica.
Suburban Spies “Anthony Brina’s harassment dates from 1995, and continues to this day. I haven’t read the book from cover to cover, wishing to put my available time with strength to do productive things on other matters. However, I’ve read incidents throughout the text, and for me, this book is VERY well written, and most importantly, reports objective experiences of target Brina. No exaggerated claims, no blaming the harassment on groups for which the author has no proof are responsible. And he does relate instances where people he has contacted have acknowledged some familiarity with the problem of organized harassment. As you can see from the table of contents, Brina’s story shows that the harassment crime syndrome many targets call “organized stalking and electronic harassment” is a WORLD WIDE phenomenon” – Eleanor White.
READ: In Canada, Anthony speaks with authorities including Canadian Intelligence to see that the iniquity continues, and discovers a Global Surveillance Network which has been secret to the world. This true story is an account of Anthony Brina`s incredible events since 1995, which include a threat on his life, a planted suicide note in his residence, and false accusations of a Police search for him. Who is behind this collusion of espionage activity? Is it family or friends, a government, or perhaps corporations are behind this international mystery? Can you determine who is behind it and why they have chosen Anthony as their victim? As you read his story you realize this could happen to you. Suburban Spies. New Gang Stalking Book?.
Cointelpro 101 (2011) “Cointelpro 101 exposes illegal surveillance, disruption, and outright murder committed by the US government in the 1950s, 60s, and 70s. Cointelpro refers to the official FBI Counter Intelligence Program carried out to survey, imprison, and eliminate leaders of social justice movements and to disrupt, divide, and destroy the movements as well. Many of the government’s crimes are still unknown. Through interviews with activists who experienced these abuses first-hand, with rare historical footage, the film provides an educational introduction to a period of intense repression and draws relevant lessons for the present and future.” – borders.
READ: The films brilliance is not simply its nicely-styled aesthetic elements. They are there of course. Strong interviews, rarely seen clips, high quality audio and video production across the board with equally strong narration from Liz Derias. But it is the films ability to force new confrontation with the political reality of today, as much as with the past, that truly demonstrates its value. The simple point made by Geronimo Pratt is also its strongest; that COINTELPRO made official the illegality of politics, the criminalization of positions represented by its targets. COINTELPRO was the political and legal descendant of its ancestors, slavery and genocide, and is now itself an ancestor to the still-implemented policies of, for instance, the Patriot Act. This central theme of the film is its most important because it forces us to put in context the current and horrific state of peace, freedom and labor movements. Jared Ball.
The Setup: Memoirs of an NSA Black Operation (2007) “In the first several pages I was inundated with sloppy writing, poor grammar, run-on sentences, unsubstantiated accounts, and lazy, one-sided writing. His makes claims of mind-control being perpetrated by the NSA…though he has nothing to back up the claim except that he heard voices from “a classified electronic remote viewing system.” Maybe he just heard voices…His writing is the convoluted jumble of a man in serious need of medical attention. He talks about being fired from job after job…implying they were all out to get him…then getting in a car crash (which was also, of course, a secret government plot). I could only make it about 10 pages in before feeling like I was reading a mental health case study instead of a well-researched novel.” – C. Friedman.
READ: Back in his hometown, Michael finds out an impostor spy committed a crime and framed him by stealing his identity. Coming full circle, he now battles the NSA’s domestic spying program and the impostor after a burn notice was issued which meant the destruction, or burning of, any important documents, UBS contracts, IDs, business cards, and computer records. Find out about the ID theft case that fooled the feds and led to the famous setup to go to jail overseas. The Setup: Memoirs of an NSA Security Operation, Second Edition.
Spies for Hire: The Secret World of Intelligence Outsourcing (2008) “I sat down with this book today and found it absorbing. It is perhaps the best overview for anyone of names and numbers associated with the $60 billion (or more, perhaps as much as $75 billion) a year we waste on the 4% we can steal, and next to nothing on Open Source Intelligence (OSINT). The book loses one star for failing to integrate over 300 relevant books (see the annotated bibliographies to my first two books), and for failing to apply any visualization at all. This book is a mass of facts and figures, names and places. With or without visualization, it is a seminal reference point and recommended for all university and public libraries.” – Robert D. Steele.
READ: The central importance of BAH becomes clear when one considers some of the stunning information unearthed by reporter Tim Shorrock in his new book Spies for Hire: The Secret World of Intelligence Outsourcing (Simon & Schuster: New York, 2008). In Chapter 2, titled “Booz Allen Hamilton and the Shadow IC,” Shorrock informs us that the spy business is booming, and BAH enjoys top ranking among those contractors who serve the “intelligence community” Spies for Hire: Key Officers at Booz Allen Hamilton.
AIDS And the Doctors of Death: An Inquiry into the Origin of the AIDS Epidemic By Alan Cantwell (1988) “Cantwell’s proposal that HIV was man-made and that AIDS was introduced into the human population through the hepatitis B vaccination, is a very interesting and amusing theory. His claims seem to be very radical because his beliefs were based on assumptions. He has no real evidence that suggests and can prove that AIDS was man-made. This makes the first part of his argument questionable. He also wasn’t able to prove that hepatitis B vaccinations caused AIDS, which makes the reader question the credibility of his argument. However, his claim cannot be looked down upon either because his arguments were reasonable. In other words, his arguments cannot be proven; however, it provides information that leads the reader into believing the cliché, “anything can happen.” Therefore, I think that it is a good book to read for those who are interested, but it shouldn’t be taken seriously. Overall, I recommend this book to readers who are open-minded, since the topics discussed are very controversial and resemble the science fiction novels. It’s a good book to increase ones knowledge about the various theories on AIDS and the ongoing virus experiments that occurred in the 1960′s. However, for those hard-core-evidence audience, the zoon-sis theory seems to be more appropriate. Don’t believe what I say, find out for yourself.” – hotballerz.
READ: Since the beginning of the AIDS epidemic there have been persistent rumors that the disease was man-made, and that HIV was deliberately “introduced” into the American gay and the African black populations as a germ warfare experiment. This so-called conspiracy theory was quickly squelched by virologists and molecular biolologists, who blamed primates in the African bush and human sexuality for the introduction and spread of HIV. Blaming Gays, Blacks, and Chimps for AIDS.
The Great Betrayal: Fraud in Science by Horace Freeland Judson (2004) “To be sure, the book does contain a few fresh ideas. The first couple of chapters provide a good discourse in the philosophy of science. Some ideas regarding archive are also quite nice, as long as they are not presented as some magic bullet which will miraculously eliminate scientific fraud. But were these worth reading through 400 pages of naive populism written by someone who, by own admission, has never been a practicing scientist? I’d say no.” – Konstantin Momot.
READ: Three examples are given of the way in which education and information about scientific findings have been manipulated to support a conservative religious ideology. In order to demonstrate that abstinence-only programs were effective, the Bush administration instructed the Centers for Disease Control not to follow the actual birth rate for participants in an abstinence-only test program, but only their attendance and attitudes toward the program. In order to hide the effectiveness of condom use in preventing HIV infection, the CDC was directed to emphasize condom failure rates in its educational material. Finally, the National Cancer Institute was directed to post a claim on its Web site that abortion promotes breast cancer although a large study had shown no connection between them. Dishonesty in Science.
Nineteen Eighty-Four (1949) “It is to Orwell’s credit that there is no happy ending, almost a sense that there is no resolution. The scenario is too grave and too plausible to allow the reader the right to put the book aside, thinking “All’s well that ends well. Orwell’s book, by pushing ideas of social control to its ultimate absurdity, stands as a reminder that governments can start to value power for power’s sake and subjugate the needs of the population to their own ends. He especially inspires the reader to greater vigilance in times of national threat and war, for these are times when the infringement of personal liberties are most easily justified by the oligarchy.” – James Parsons.
READ: The story of Winston Smith presents the world in the year 1984, after a global atomic war, via his perception of life in Airstrip One (England or Britain), a province of Oceania, one of the world’s three super-states; his intellectual rebellion against the Party and illicit romance with Julia; and his consequent imprisonment, interrogation, torture, and re-education by the Think-Pol in the Miniluv. Wikipedia.
The Fate of the Earth by Jonathan Schell (1982) “Perhaps the analysis of behavior has evolved in human affairs just in time to aid in the instigation and maintenance of the necessary action. It is essential for our own survival that we use all our analytic skills and all the behavior we can muster to resist extinction.” – John A. Nevin.
READ: Jonathan Edward Schell (born 1943) is an author and visiting fellow at Yale University, whose work primarily deals with nuclear weapons. Wikipedia.
The United States and Torture: Interrogation, Incarceration, and Abuse Edited By Marjorie Cohn (2011) “A magnificent, though deeply disturbing collection of essays on torture, considering its history, its use since September 11, and the obstacles to holding those responsible accountable. This is the best collection of essays on the topic and it leaves no doubt that the nation has not yet come to grips with the inhumanity perpetrated under the guise of national security.” – (Erwin Chemerinsky).
READ: Water-boarding. Sleep deprivation. Sensory manipulation. Stress positions. Over the last several years, these and other methods of torture have become garden variety words for practically anyone who reads about current events in a newspaper or blog. We know exactly what they are, how to administer them, and, disturbingly, that they were secretly authorized by the Bush Administration in its efforts to extract information from people detained in its war on terror. What we lack, however, is a larger lens through which to view America’s policy of torture — one that dissects America’s long relationship with interrogation and torture, which roots back to the 1950s and has been applied, mostly in secret, to “enemies,” ever since. How did America come to embrace this practice so fully and how was it justified from a moral, legal, and psychological perspective? (NYU Press.
Our Biometric Future Facial Recognition Technology and the Culture of Surveillance by Kelly A. Gates (2011) “A groundbreaking study. Our Biometric Future considers facial recognition technology through its wide range of political entanglements, such as post-9/11 security measures, the management of urban populations in commercial districts, and self-representation in online social networking sites. Across these contexts, Gates shows how facial recognition’s political effects have developed in spite of the fact that the technology does not actually work very well. Written with style and wit, Our Biometric Future will resonate with readers in cultural studies, new media, science and technology studies, and anyone interested in surveillance, privacy and security in contemporary life.” – (Jonathan Sterne).
READ: Since the 1960s, a significant effort has been underway to program computers to “see” the human face—to develop automated systems for identifying faces and distinguishing them from one another—commonly known as Facial Recognition Technology. While computer scientists are developing FRT in order to design more intelligent and interactive machines, businesses and states agencies view the technology as uniquely suited for “smart” surveillance—systems that automate the labor of monitoring in order to increase their efficacy and spread their reach (NYU Press).
Unequal Protection The Risk of Corporate Dominance and the Theft of Human Rights By Thom Hartmann (2002) “The book describes the accidents and collusions of history that have resulted in the establishment of “personhood” for corporations, so they might enjoy the Constitutional protections intended for individuals, while wielding the power of great wealth and almost unlimited resources.” – (Wilson M. Powell).
READ: “If you wonder why the corporate world constantly lurches from malaise to oppression to governmental corruption and back, Unequal Protection reveals the untold story. Beneath the success and rise of American enterprise is an untold history that is antithetical to every value Americans hold dear. This is a seminal work, a godsend really, a clear message to every citizen about the need to reform our country, laws, and companies.” – Paul Hawken, author, Natural Capitalism (thomhartmann.com).
Grobisce: Society, politics & mass graves By Ben Freeman (2008) “Grobisce is a book about the 580 mass graves in Slovenia. How did the killings happen, and why have only 1% of the graves been excavated? Dozens of hours of original interviews and never seen before archive translations have been edited and sequenced into a series of conversations that tackle this taboo subject, which still holds a massive influence over Slovene politics and society.” – (anneliesvaneycken).
READ: Presents a collection of interviews, photographs and archive material that document mass killings committed by partisans in 1945 (below). The result is a somber and insightful account of whitewashed Slovene history. Freeman enjoys attacking pithy and challenging subjects; his current projects include a documentary about individuals who believe they are being targeted by government bodies and a book on moral panic (Ditto – hard copy).
The Lucifer Effect: Understanding How Good People Turn Evil By Philip Zimbardo (2007) “The premise of this book is captivating, and I read it almost immediately after seeing Dr. Zimbardo on the Daily Show, where I learned of it. The first 2/3rds of this book are fascinating, particularly the account of the Stanford Prison Experiment and subsequent experiments regarding the human capacity for evil. I greatly admire Zimbardo, but the book is not what I expected.” – (J. L. Keats).
READ: How and why did this transformation take place, and what does it tell us about recent events such as the Abu Ghraib prisoner abuses in Iraq? Equally important, what does it say about the “nature of human nature,” and what does it suggest about effective ways to prevent such abuses in the future? (Official Web-site of The Lucifer Effect: Understanding How Good People Turn Evil).
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