Four articles today detailing some very disturbing revelations. Surprise, surprise, half of the articles below center around the DOJ.
This first article covers several seemingly unrelated stories of violence perpetuated upon a range of individuals from politicians to teenage citizens. Taken separately they are unsettling stories. Taken as a whole, a larger picture begins to form. Granted, it’s hard to say whether one could select any number of articles from a set period in history and postulate on theory or another. What I’m saying is it is not reasonable to come to any solid conclusions from the “evidence” provided. That said, whether there really is an increase in politically motivated violence or not, it only takes one instance to ruin a life. Do stay aware of your surroundings… always.
On the other hand, the things the DOJ are actually doing is a great cause for alarm. These two articles highlight my statement. I don’t care WHO is running this outfit, what really matters is whether they are following the law of the land. It is obvious to me, they are not.
Yes, another article about the Mark Houck raid. This incident looks worse and worse as more and more details come to light. Malicious prosecution anyone?
Lastly, this is just one thing our government is doing with OUR TAXPAYER DOLLARS. It’s not the first time nor will it be the last our own money is being used to screw us over. Don’t be fooled, they’ve already spent billion$ of dollar$ to manipulate us citizens and they are doing exactly that in so many ways. As early as 2015, the codified permission for government agencies to subject US citizens to propaganda. (From The Atlantic of all publications.)
Here is a startling excerpt from the article below:
In theory, once scientists have created this detailed brain atlas in silico, they can directly alter neural function using digital devices. The director of the BRAIN Initiative, John Ngai, exhibits a troubling fixation on this method.
In a recent interview with Stat News, Ngai noted two concrete results of his current neuro-mapping efforts. One is an advanced brain-computer interface — implanted last year at the University of California, San Francisco — that allows for astounding thought-to-text communication. The other is a major breakthrough in deep brain stimulation at Baylor University, where electrodes are implanted to alter mood and behavior, relieving depression and obsessive-compulsive disorder.