Dr. Katherine Horton – Stop 007: Remote Neural Monitoring Basics (Targeted Individuals)

Dr. Katherine Horton - Stop 007: Remote Neural Monitoring Basics (Targeted Individuals)

On 3/23/17, … wrote:
> I did read the patent. The thing is, is that they don’t need to use
> electrodes anymore. Their equipment is so sensitive. Here is a link to Dr.
> Horton talking about RNM:
> https://youtu.be/p2cH3eWVTEE

Dr. Horton says about links bellow, but I couldn’t find any

youtube.com/watch?v=p2cH3eWVTEE&t=2m30s : … as you can imagine if you can read out brain waves remotely you can also “perhaps” influence them remotely …:

I was thoroughly shocked to see Dr. Horton say such thing. I have always watched Dr. Horton I would even say with devotion. It creates way too much “dissonance” in my mind. At this point I wonder what will be next: Barrie Trower, Annie Machon, William Binney being false flag operations? At least Dr. Horton speaks in ways you can argue about. Listening to her talk like that is more than enough for me to take a vacation from it all for a while.

No wonder people think of us as crazies. To me we are like modern day alchemists after chemistry became a science. Why do we insist trying to rationalize falsehoods when we can and do know certain things to be factually wrong is way beyond my understanding
youtube.com/watch?v=p2cH3eWVTEE&t=3m15s : … when you are moving your arms OR when you are thinking about a certain topic

Dr.Horton should know that when it comes to our brains there is a HUGE difference between “moving your arms” and “thinking about a certain topic”. Yes, all our motor movements are steered from our brains, but our thoughts are not being decoded and transmitted through the VERY METAPHORICAL AND ABUSIVELY SO “wires in our brains”. fMRIs have very clearly shown that people who play, say, the cello or the guitar with the frets on their right have a quite different “wiring” of their arms/forearms/hands and that due to neuroplasticity your brain can and does drastically change its inner working within seconds by just “shutting your eyes” (as the song goes)
youtube.com/watch?v=p2cH3eWVTEE&t=4m0s what you essentially have is an electrical signal traveling …

No, it isn’t. I included the Nobel Prize experiments of Otto Lowei in previous emails. That was an issue discussed to exhaustion by biologists, chemist and physicists and which has been thoroughly researched and settled.
youtube.com/watch?v=p2cH3eWVTEE&t=4m35s … if you managed to reconstruct “the EM waves generated by your brain” …

In addition to that not being the case based on what I said previously, there is that thing called the mind-body link. Our brains are not essentially chemo-mechanical organs like, say our lungs and hearts. Unfortunately, the only and/or most successful way to learn about our brains have been brain diseases and wounds. The most amazing story (thoroughly documented and studied by neuroscientists themselves including a thorough post-mortem cytologies of his brain) there was the case of a neuro scientist whose dad had a stroke that basically reduced him to a vegetative state. Out of sheer “irrational” love towards his dad he himself, through physical therapy, started trying to help his dad to regain his motor abilities by walking on fours in their front yards (which made other people outraged since they found it “abusive”, “shameful”) …, well, his dad little by little and by sheer effort started regaining not only his motor capabilities, but also his speech (I think, he was originally Argentinian, so his mother tongue was Spanish (a phonetic language)) to the point, as I remember the story, that he was able to resume practicing his favorite, very demanding sport, skiing; and go back to teach his University lectures … Other scientist, even experienced doctors who had seen plenty of “unexplainable cases”, thought that must be some sort of stunt. After another, this time fatal stroke the persons brain was thoroughly studied by various neuroscientists and they were stunned when they realized that the guy had had essentially no brain. Pretty much his brain stem was what remained still alive after his first stroke. Now, the most amazing, freaking part of that story is that, yes, his father regained control of his motor capabilities, but he didn’t have to go back to school to learn the alphabet and the times tables, … regain his previously learned career, even though the presumed areas of the brain where that kind of “information” was stored had been “bricked”, it was biologically dead after his first stroke!!! I would suggest:

// __ The Brain That Changes Itself: Stories of Personal Triumph from the Frontiers of Brain Science by Norman Doidge

Paperback: 427 pages
ISBN-10: 0143113100
// __ The Mind and the Brain: Neuroplasticity and the Power of Mental Force, by Jeffrey M. Schwartz MD, Sharon Begley

Paperback: 432 pages
ISBN-10: 0060988479
// __ Phantoms in the Brain: Probing the Mysteries of the Human Mind Paperback – August 18, 1999 by V. S. Ramachandran

Paperback: 352 pages
ISBN-10: 0688172172
// __ In Search of Memory: The Emergence of a New Science of Mind 1st Edition, by Eric R. Kandel

Paperback: 528 pages
Language: English
To me the mind-body link is the last bastion of humanity. If I had to explain it in a sentence or two, I would say that in the same way that de Saussure found the relationship between one’s thoughts/the meaning of words and the actual words (say the word “banana” in English, “موز” in Arabic, “வாழை” in Tamil and its individual image in one’s brain, what one actually eats …) to be “arbitrary”. That unavoidable “arbitrariness” of linguistic exchange/communication (any kind of semiosis) is unavoidably reflected in our brains.

I do not totally agree with de Saussure. Yes, the relationship of a word to the thing it evokes is arbitrary, but our semiosis (part of which is our talk and walk) as a whole isn’t. I have discussed those ideas with actual scientist and most of them don’t quite see the silver lining in it. I even drafted a paper (about which I am not that proud about now):

youtube.com/watch?v=p2cH3eWVTEE&t=12m50s … now imagine the same that happens with visual and acoustic information is happening with your brain …

Now, Dr. Horton is talking about EEG caps so where is the “remote neural monitoring”?
youtube.com/watch?v=p2cH3eWVTEE&t=15m20s: …

In actual experiments people can tell apart with 100% accuracy when their arms are being moved from when something, someone else is moving it in the same way you notice the difference between you `moving your arm and someone else pulling it. Our brains are very fined tune to the differences between endogenous and external reactions, when you are speaking, hearing your own voice, to when someone or something is speaking to you
youtube.com/watch?v=p2cH3eWVTEE&t=25m00s: …

About subvocalizations read what it is and what it means. I also wrote in a previous email about it
youtube.com/watch?v=p2cH3eWVTEE&t=26m30s: …

all the moneys and know how of the MIC can’t reconstruct reality. In fact, I don’t think that those emming effing morons have any kind of “special technology” they are just corrupting, deceptively “repurposing” plain domestic technology and the companies offering such services to mess with people from cell phones, “smart” TVs, wireless cars, “smart” homes, “the Internet of things” …

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youtube (Mar 16, 2017): NSA Whistleblower William Binney- “Mass data collection to stop Terrorism is a Swindle” …

90+ bounced backs messages from TIs

> well Duncan mentions ability to read thoughts remotesly & Binney states
> possible

Quite honestly, yes, Binney is one of my heroes and I did enjoy the first minutes of the talk, but I couldn’t/didn’t listen to it all. In passing I did notice he was talking about those kinds of “neurological signature” passwords “you don’t even have to know”, but that doesn’t mean at all that you are reading, … someone’s mind.

Duncan is the kind of guy that apparently likes to toss around such nonsensical sound bites without ever explaining or proving anything whatsoever. I would like to watch him talking like that to scientists 😉 and hey he could “easily” snatch a million bucks:



Again, very obviously he is not doing what scientists would understand as science, he is not a dedicated hobbyist, if he is a prankster (as those “Just For Laughs” ones) he should at least make at the start and end very clear that those are just pranks.

If I were some cynical dog I would just ignore all that kind of cr@p, but many (most?) Tis are tormented by and have even committed suicide because of those types of anxieties. In fact, this is one of their goals; make people believe they can read, write into, transfer emotions and thoughts into, “hijack” … your mind. Most importantly, as Gandhi said the only way to move forward is by treading on the truth.

At times I wonder to which extent it is you not being able to get my “the emperor has no clothes!” cries or I myself not getting yours: “oh, who care about his ‘no clothes’ if it helps me rid some cognitive, emotional dissonance …”

I love you guys. It is annoying to me to see you wasting your mind believing in such utter nonsense. I am sorry if I have prickled the protective bubbles in which you have enclosed yourself. The truth (yes, the same one that will set you free) doesn’t need to hide or parapet itself in “clothes”, obfuscations, half-@ssed pretensions and mannerisms.

Also, yes I am calling his bluff, but I am not “attacking” Duncan. Obviously, people saying that have no idea what sciences and technologies are all about. No one belonging to such cultures would take anyone’s word for it as well as they may attempt to dress it. Those “old” “nullius in verba”, “omnia probate”, “sapere aude” are still as present and fresh as ever.

Once again, as I routinely do, please, when we send information to each other be more specific. I always include the offset in minutes and seconds into the video referring to the point I am making. To me this is a basic matter of respect. Contrary to what Tatcher would say, there is such a thing as “US”. We, as a community, of somewhat like-minded individuals sharing ideas will be stronger if we respect, are nice to each other. Yes, it takes a few more minutes doing that, but you will save a lot of time to everybody else.

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// __ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Otto_Loewi

Before Loewi’s experiments, it was unclear whether signalling across the synapse was bioelectrical or chemical. Loewi’s famous experiment, published in 1921, largely answered this question. According to Loewi, the idea for his key experiment came to him in his sleep. He dissected out of frogs two beating hearts: one with the vagus nerve which controls heart rate attached, the other heart on its own. Both hearts were bathed in a saline solution (i.e. Ringer’s solution). By electrically stimulating the vagus nerve, Loewi made the first heart beat slower. Then, Loewi took some of the liquid bathing the first heart and applied it to the second heart. The application of the liquid made the second heart also beat slower, proving that some soluble chemical released by the vagus nerve was controlling the heart rate. He called the unknown chemical Vagusstoff. It was later found that this chemical corresponded to Acetylcholine (Kandel, et al. 2000).
// __ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Synapse

There are two fundamentally different types of synapses:

* In a chemical synapse, electrical activity in the presynaptic neuron is converted (via the activation of voltage-gated calcium channels) into the release of a chemical called a neurotransmitter that binds to receptors located in the plasma membrane of the postsynaptic cell. The neurotransmitter may initiate an electrical response or a secondary messenger pathway that may either excite or inhibit the postsynaptic neuron. Chemical synapses can be classified according to the neurotransmitter released: glutamatergic (often excitatory), GABAergic (often inhibitory), cholinergic (e.g. vertebrate neuromuscular junction), and adrenergic (releasing norepinephrine). Because of the complexity of receptor signal transduction, chemical synapses can have complex effects on the postsynaptic cell.

* In an electrical synapse, the presynaptic and postsynaptic cell membranes are connected by special channels called gap junctions or synaptic cleft that are capable of passing an electric current, causing voltage changes in the presynaptic cell to induce voltage changes in the postsynaptic cell. The main advantage of an electrical synapse is the rapid transfer of signals from one cell to the next.[8]

Synaptic communication is distinct from an ephaptic coupling, in which communication between neurons occurs via indirect electric fields.
// __ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Membrane_potential

Virtually all eukaryotic cells (including cells from animals, plants, and fungi) maintain a non-zero transmembrane potential,[citation needed] usually with a negative voltage in the cell interior as compared to the cell exterior ranging from –40 mV to –80 mV. The membrane potential has two basic functions.

* First, it allows a cell to function as a battery, providing power to operate a variety of “molecular devices” embedded in the membrane.

* Second, in electrically excitable cells such as neurons and muscle cells, it is used for transmitting signals between different parts of a cell. Signals are generated by opening or closing of ion channels at one point in the membrane, producing a local change in the membrane potential. This change in the electric field can be quickly affected by either adjacent or more distant ion channels in the membrane. Those ion channels can then open or close as a result of the potential change, reproducing the signal.

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they say: “incomprehension tends to be as mutual as love should be”

The Intercept’s censors/”moderators”/”thought police” collaborators/ … have even let me know my comments are being automatically placed in the “moderation queue” at time for more than two days and some have been even removed. They don’t say specifically why. As you may have noticed, as emotional as I may get, I am never ad hominem and all I say I back either by facts or easily falsifiable statements. Ironically this is what they criticize of other “responsible” Western MSM outlets.

Micah Lee -> James: March 8 2017, 8:56 p.m.

Signal doesn’t store the private key in the Apple Keychain, and it has no chance of ever getting synced to iCloud. Also, all Signal data (including your database of messages) are excluded from iOS backups, which means your plaintext messages also have no chance of ever getting synced to iCloud.

Here is the source code: https://github.com/WhisperSystems/Signal-iOS
And here’s a Signal for iOS FAQ: https://github.com/WhisperSystems/Signal-iOS/wiki/FAQ

I wonder why Lee continues entertaining and propagating falsehoods and fallacies.

He certainly does or should know that the “Apple Keychain” and a message “not having a chance of ever getting synced to iCloud” doesn’t make an effing difference if they can intercept a message before it is encrypted and after it is decrypted anyway. They can get right into your BIOS! I really don’t get his point. Could he possibly mean he expects for people to already encrypt the words coming out of their mouths and into their ears?

Notice the unhappy, half @ssed analogy of that Nicholas Weaver, a computer security expert from the International Computer Science Institute cited by wired magazine. As if the “intelligence” agencies give an eff about “breaking into the anyone’s @ss and hiding in their underwear!” They do that for fun and profit, for Christ’s sake! When I notice technical people having to use movies for their metaphors I know what is going on is more “persuasion” than reality.



Messaging services
According to WikiLeaks, once an Android smartphone is penetrated the agency can collect “audio and message traffic before encryption is applied”.[1] Some of the agency’s software is reportedly able to gain access to messages sent by instant messaging services.[1] This method of accessing messages differs from obtaining access by decrypting an already encrypted message, which has not yet been reported.[23] While the encryption of messengers that offer end-to-end encryption, such as Telegram, WhatsApp and Signal, wasn’t reported to be cracked, their encryption can be bypassed by capturing input before their encryption is applied, by methods such as keylogging and recording the touch input from the user.[23]

[1] WikiLeaks Releases Trove of Alleged C.I.A. Hacking Documents

In one revelation that may especially trouble the tech world if confirmed, WikiLeaks said that the C.I.A. and allied intelligence services have managed to compromise both Apple and Android smartphones, allowing their officers to bypass the encryption on popular services such as Signal, WhatsApp and Telegram. According to WikiLeaks, government hackers can penetrate smartphones and collect “audio and message traffic before encryption is applied.”

[23] Don’t Let WikiLeaks Scare You Off of Signal and Other Encrypted Chat Apps
“If you compromise a target’s phone, you don’t care about encryption anymore.”
That makes saying the CIA can “bypass” encryption apps like WhatsApp akin to saying Jimmy Stewart could have bypassed his neighbor’s blinds in Rear Window by breaking into the guy’s house and hiding in his closet. Sure, that’s one way to do it. But it doesn’t make the blinds any less effective.

// __ The Young Turks: WikiLeaks – The CIA Bugs Everyone’s Phones, TVs, Cars…


“… they are bypassing encryption altogether anyway …”
the one surveillance technology I haven’t heard of and I would bet one of my balls exists is the automatic lip-syncing of people while talking and the lip 2 texting it, using the so many cameras everywhere. I know they are past facial recognition.


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I found a bit strange that in our times (Wed Feb 22 19:53:47 EST 2017) you could only find 5 hits while searching on such historically important document as: “THE EFFECTS OF RADAR ON THE HUMAN BODY”




No one seems to be concerned with such matters and the legacy book is being sold for $144.70!?!:


So, I decided to OCR and curate that document. Ideally, someone with some background in Biology would eyeball, proofread that 75-page, not that densely written document, then some ELA fellow (who is not into either Physics or Biology) would take a final look at it, prior to committing that document to the gutenberg.org repository.

USG declassified this report documenting the early research on the effect of electromagnetic (EM) waves on biological life (including experiments on non-human animals and incidents relating to us/human beings) dating back to the post-WWI and into the cold-war time (bibliographic dates raging from 1925 to 1961), from which also public health, medical, general societal and political concerns transpire.

IMO, even if the societal scope and reach of technology has drastically changed, the Physics behind it hasn’t, and, biologically, “we are still the same kind of less hairy, talkative chimps”.

Political rulers of all kinds have -always- abused power. Recent technologies have enabled Western countries and Israel to institutionalize, “normalize” turning the world at large into a blanket 24×7 surveillance police state in ways that dystopia writers couldn’t even foresee 2 generations ago and previous, notoriously immoral and unhuman historical processes such as those previous of Western imperialistism, Nazis, the Stalin time KGB, the East German stasi and Pol Pot couldn’t have fancied in their wildest, wettest dreams. As Edward Snowden put it: they have reduced us all to tag animals. Moreover, USG has been seamlessly introducing military grade equipment in the regular police force as well as the actual troops participating in their genocidally abusive wars along with their fresh mindset.

During the MK-Ultra 1.0 days they had to intern unsuspecting individuals in order to playfully conduct dehumanizing, torturing “experiments” on them in which many physical and social “scientists” participated, none of which has come clear about their collaboration with Big Brother on such matters. They found their widely coordinated abuses as “fun, fun, fun …”:

// __ Mission: Mind Control (1979) CIA’s MK Ultra Project

Nowadays they have such a degree of control over all of us individually that they don’t even have to intern us. They have been targeting people for their “research”, using us, the proles, as their playground.

“We the people” owe to ourselves to know about such matters in order to be able to fight back the police state in which we live.

this is what you should get:




$ date
Wed Feb 22 19:53:47 EST 2017

-rwxrwxrwx 1 knoppix knoppix 387565 Feb 22 19:51 AD0273787_THE_EFFECTS_OF_RADAR_ON_THE_HUMAN_BODYs02.docx
-rwxrwxrwx 1 knoppix knoppix 422354 Feb 22 19:51 AD0273787_THE_EFFECTS_OF_RADAR_ON_THE_HUMAN_BODYs02.odt
-rwxrwxrwx 1 knoppix knoppix 3285429 Feb 22 19:51 AD0273787_THE_EFFECTS_OF_RADAR_ON_THE_HUMAN_BODYs02.pdf

e04b7858a1d55e6c3e55be8c3b46d498 *AD0273787_THE_EFFECTS_OF_RADAR_ON_THE_HUMAN_BODYs02.docx
35d0908b8c2a8684d83645784afa1012 *AD0273787_THE_EFFECTS_OF_RADAR_ON_THE_HUMAN_BODYs02.odt
9544f06450a771912883a11178a2adc8 *AD0273787_THE_EFFECTS_OF_RADAR_ON_THE_HUMAN_BODYs02.pdf
My editing history:
1) introduced a first page with the info about the source of the document

2) since I was just curating that type-written (with some hand editing), lousily and carelessly scanned document I tried my best at keeping the original as it was. including the pagination. Unfortunately, saving the document to Windows Word “.docx” format destroyed the pagination.

3) the quality of the original made at times impossible for me to read the source text, so I used question marks bound by square brackets

I used:

  • GPL Ghostscript 9.06 (2012-08-08)
  • tesseract 3.04.01
  • Libreoffice Writer: Version: Build ID: 1:5.2.2~rc2-2
  • on Linux Microknoppix 4.7.9-64 #19 SMP PREEMPT Sat Oct 22 02:39:01 CEST 2016 x86_64 GNU/Linux


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IWPCHI: February 1 2017, 5:35 a.m.

It seems to us a bit strange that you refrained from investigating the FBI’s deep involvement in the torture of suspected “terrorists” at the CIA’s secret “Black Site” prisons.

They call it “ethical” journalism. I skimmed over all those toothless new reports about the “new” FBI leaks and, once again, all theIntercept has been doing so far is “ethically” speaking to “words” and “concepts” and talking about stuff that everybody knows and/or would naturally infer. Then, they will go into their self-feeding “Oh, look! Politicians are lying again! … “, “Trump this, Trump that … ” loops.

If they don’t have whatever it takes to report about sh!t in ways that would involve direct consequences and bring about changes now and/or the future, they could “lose” one of those FBI manuals or a copy and let it resurface at wikileaks. I am sure there are journos out there that would truthfully speak truth to power with some teeth, instead of abstractly and -always rethorically- considering “how well the bureau is living up to ‘their’ ‘abstract’ commitments …”

$ date
Wed Feb 1 14:31:37 EST 2017

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posted and seemingly blocked at theIntercept!

(at times messages show up after disappearing from the “status”:”hold” blocked messages)


// __ Obama Killed a 16-Year-Old American in Yemen. Trump Just Killed His 8-Year-Old Sister.
Glenn Greenwald


Even though I don’t agree with any of it and I know that they don’t give a sh!t about how much “collateral damage” may be in their way, I took the time to read twice Glenn’s article and the NY Times ones, trying to figure out what they gained out of it:

// __ U.S. Commando Killed in Yemen in Trump’s First Counterterrorism Operation

The military’s Central Command said in an earlier statement on Sunday that “similar operations have produced intelligence on Al Qaeda logistics, recruiting and financing efforts.” In previous raids

// __ A Raid on ISIS Yields a Trove of Intelligence

in Iraq, Syria and Somalia, commandos have recovered laptop computers, thumb drives and cellphones that yielded important information about militant leaders’ locations, activities and associates.

yet, no where is clear why they had to kill 30+ people. It is all about what they see as hypothetical ends justifying the means at any cost.

Two weeks after the killing of Awlaki, a separate CIA drone strike in Yemen killed his 16-year-old American-born son, Abdulrahman, along with the boy’s 17-year-old cousin and several other innocent Yemenis.

… the boy’s 17-year-old cousin and the several other innocent Yemenis have names and had lived so long until they were killed by USG because that “hit” gave them some points in their computer games …

The New York Times yesterday reported:
that military officials had been planning and debating the raid for months under the Obama administration, but Obama officials decided to leave the choice to Trump.

For Christ’s sake, how much multitasking do you expect Mr “Yes we can” to do?!? He never said or implied “Yes I can”. He was packing the hell out of the White House and at the same time busy bombing people all the way to the end of his term. Yet, having left “unfinished jobs” should be enough to claim back his Nobel Peace Prize.

// __ President Donald Trump’s Oil Grab Policy Puts US Troops At Risk | Rachel Maddow


computer materials inside the house that could contain clues about future terrorist plots

… “could” contain “clues” … as perceived by the genocidally, psychopathic USG. Trump, just doesn’t care about political correctness (which doesn’t have to be a bad thing, really). In fact, let’s keep the count straight. So, far he has killed, how many? 30 individuals? I would bet one of my balls Trump will start less wars, kill less people than Mr. “Yes we can”, “it turns out I am better at killing people than I could have ever imagined” did.

At some point during the Vietnam war they stopped the head counts, because, they said, it was “immoral”. Yeah, right! USG genocidally invades a country based on lies and then talks about morality! I think head counts are alright. At the end of the day, this is what it is all about, right? You kill one of our own and we will kill 30 of yours. I know, you don’t even have to kill one of our own.

Some of you have had issues when I compare USG with Nazi Germany during WWII
a) USG and their Western NATO acolytes have 8 timed the genocidal ratio of Nazi Germany during WWII (I know, I know Muslim people don’t count anyway, right? Oh, no, wait! Isn’t that the same Nazi mindset?)
b) When Nazis were doing their “freedom loving” they didn’t go half way around the world to mess with people who couldn’t defend themselves on an equal basis, but fought on Britain, Russia, France, … head on and all at once and kept fighting even after Russia raised the killing ratio to 1:1. Why is it so hard for USG and their NATO allies to find Russia and China on a map?
c) After the election I heard someway say “our secret service will not let someone like Trump be the POTUS” I wondered what she meant, since Trump had been already elected. I thought she meant that they had something on him that they could use to mess with his candidacy (they had already posted on the Washington Post nudes of his wife, mother of his son), but a friend clarified to me “no, she meant they would kill him” … Let’s see, now, how gringos fair in that department:




Even semi-god, Nobel Prize in Physics Max Planck lost his son Erwin in one of those attempts:


at least eight women and seven children, ages 3 to 13, had been killed in the raid

Again, those women and children were human beings with names … We should not play their “they are less of a people than we are” game. Pronouncing Arabic is not that hard. The IPA would greatly help with it. Their names should be written in Arabic, with their English (and optimally IPA) transliteration.

And Trump notoriously vowed during the campaign to target not only terrorists but also their families.

Even mobsters understand you should not do this. But again, it is not even primarily about Trump, but USG as a whole and “We the people”. Politicians do this because they know they can get away with it. “‘The’ land of ‘the’ free and ‘the’ ‘brave'” has “democratically” gone down the toilet.

I have had to admit sooner than I expected I was wrong. I did expect Western MSM and US IT companies to keep being up Trump’s @ss, but, no they have, once again, paid homage to their emperor, way quicker than I ever expected.


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 this message was silently purged from the Intercept.

“In order to protect Americans, we must ensure that those admitted to this country do not bear hostile attitudes toward our country and its founding principles,” the draft reads, justifying this blanket prohibition.

I wonder why “Americans” think people hate “Americans” and even their “founding principles”, too? (please, could they keep the “founding fathers” out of this mess? Most probably, they would be happy to be dead for centuries already)

Probably because “Americans” have been genocidally exterminating them as if they were playing computer games and “freedom-lovingly” destroying their countries based on their playful, self-serving lies. Did “Americans” forget so fast? Is it so hard for “Americans” to at least see some possible cause and effect relationship even if they may lack those things called “humanity” and “empathy”? Now they are even making it official it will be for the oil?

// __ MSNBC: President Donald Trump’s Oil Grab Policy Puts US Troops At Risk | Rachel Maddow



Trump so far has singlehandedly done a great job at helping “Americans” take their minds our of their @ss. All of a sudden “Americans” have realized politicians lie and they even seem to care about it!

Keep pushing “Americans” once you get your heads half way out of your @ss you may realize that Royal Bitch wasn’t really that different, in fact, she had been already much worse! At least the TPP is history! Under Trump orders no one has been killed, yet! I would bet one of my balls Trump will not surpass Obama’s genocide! But, well when Obama was killing people for fun, even realizing “he was much better at killing people than he would have ever imagined” and boasting about droning “Americans” even minors in “American” soil it was all fine and dandy!


My proof? I had previously saw it flagged as “status”:”hold”? In fact, let me post a link to this very page.

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