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Dissonant Articles (List)

As with the Articles list, this page lists the articles I’ve read and found useful over the years, but with one important difference: these are articles I consider to be ‘dissonant’*, meaning that they concern supremely undesirable notions and/or sobering subjects and themes. Collectively, they can be basically described as inherently revealing, essentially provocative (i.e. indirectly when not directly), socially critical, unusually interesting, generally unsettling and sometimes frightening. Or (to unadvisedly borrow a thoroughly abused cultural trope), this is a ‘red pill’ list.

*As I defined and illustrated with the Dissonant Book-Type (from my article A Typology of Book-Reading – Part I: Modes of Concentration).

The common context of the articles on this page – the fundamental premise of the various authors’ expositions – could be stated as: worrying practices and trends that manifest inconspicuously within society. Thus stated, I suggest that the appropriate motivation for making use of this list would be one based on
a) dissatisfaction with the simplified context that circumscribes mainstream media; and
b) desire to find more substantial (and thus more useful) sources of information on important issues and subjects—especially considering that the mainstream media either neutralizes or excludes such information while ‘alternative’ media so often places it into misleading contexts and/or hysterical forms of presentation (i.e. ‘spin’).

Overall, then, this list is a resource of references to research important yet evaded societal issues via articles of the purest substance-to-spin ratio—that is, the purest I could find!*

*See a description of the ‘Stepping Stones’ manner in which I read and reference literature, which includes the principle ‘Don’t throw the baby out with the bathwater’, for both are especially significant in consideration of dissonant literature.


Article Categories

The following are the main categories (each jump-linked):

Psychology & Sociology

Psychiatry, Doctors & Science


Totalitarianism & Social Change


Secret Police & Social Surveillance

‘Mind Control’, Non-Lethal Weapons & Nanotechnology

Occult


PSYCHOLOGY & SOCIOLOGY

Immorality (PSYCHOLOGY & SOCIOLOGY)

  • Scapegoating: A Chilling Truth About Human Behavior, by Paul J. Letendre, Blog (2016)
  • Why Do People Blame the Victim? by David B. Feldman Ph.D. , Mar. 02, 2018, 3p
  • Why Do People Say “Yes?” The “6 Weapons of Influence [Robert Cialdini], by Patricia Fripp, Fripp.com
  • You’re As Evil as Your Social Network: What the Prison Experiment Got Wrong, by Mclean Gordon, Dec. 11 2012, Motherboard.Vice.com
  • Primordialism and the Decline of Human Culture, by Gordon Duff, Apr. 17, 2010, Veterans Today
  • Moral Endo-skeletons and Exo-skeletons: A Perspective on America’s Cultural Divide and Current Crisis, by Andrew Bard Schmookler, 29 Jul. 2008, NoneSoBlind.org, 8p
  • Willful Blindness [Quotes from Book], by Margaret Heffernan, 8p
  • The Psychology of Willful Ignorance: Margaret Heffernan on Why We Ignore The Obvious, by Thomas Oppong
  • On Evil as a Collective Phenomenon, by David Bakan (1982) 3p
  • The Psychology of Evil, by Philip Zimbardo, Stanford University (2000)
  • We Are All Bystanders, Jason Marsh, by Dacher Keltner, Sep 1, 2006, Greater Good Magazine, 7p
  • The Seven-Stage Hate Model: The Psychopathology of Hate Groups, by John R. Schafer and Joe Navarro (2003)
  • Moral Rationalization and the Integration of Situational Factors and Psychological Processes in Immoral Behavior, by Jo-Ann Tsang (2002), 24p +R [L]
  • Moral Disengagement In The Perpetration Of Inhumanities, by Albert Bandura, Stanford University (1999), 16p +R [L]
  • Cultures of Denial: Avoiding Knowledge of State Violations of Human Rights in Argentina and the United States, by Barbara Sutton & Kari Marie Norgaard (2013), 26p +R [L]
  • The Worst Scars Are in the Mind: Psychological Torture, by Dr Herna ´n Reyes, MD (2007), 25p R [L]
  • The World of Torture: A Constructed Reality, by Ronald D. Crelinsten (2003), 23p +R [L]
  • Torture, Evil and Moral Development, by Darcia Narvaez (2015), 13p +R [L]
  • The Social Context of Torture: Policy Process and Authority Structure, by Herbert C. Kelman (1993) [L]
  • The Policy Context of Torture: A Social-Psychological Analysis, Herbert C. Kelman, 1993 [L]
  • The Nexus of Democracy, Conlict and the Targeting of Civilians, 1989-2005, by Joakim Kreutz (2006), 16p +R [L]
  • Hyperinflation and The Destruction of Human Personality, by Joseph T. Salerno (2013), 11p +R [L]
  • Exploring Social Disintegration, by Sabar Rustomjee (1997), 11p +R [L]
  • Culture in Crisis: The Visionary Theories of Pitirim Sorokin, by Satyagraha (Blog), 8p +R [L]
  • Social Organization for the Production of Evil, by M. Darley, Psychological Inquiry, 1992 (20-double-column-pages) [L]
  • Conformity, Obedience, Disobedience: The Power of the Situation, by Piero Bocchiaro & Adriano Zamperini (2012) [L]
  • Obeying, Joining, Following, Resisting, and Other Processes in the Milgram Studies, and in the Holocaust and Other Genocides: Situations, Personality, and Bystanders, by Ervin Staub (2014) [L]
  • The Psychology of Bystanders, Perpetrators and Heroic Helpers, by E. Staub (2003) 27p +R [L]
  • Spiral of Silence of Elizabeth Noelle-Nuemann, from book: A First Look at Communication Theory, by Em Griffin, 9p +R [L]
  • The Moral Threat of Compartmentalization, by Dr. Cécile Rozuel (2009), 12p +R [L]
  • The Psychology of Power and Evil: All Power to the Person? To the Situation? To the System? by Philip G. Zimbardo, Psychology Department, Stanford University, 2005 (23-pages) [L]
  • Who Were the Witches? The Social Roles of the Accused in the European Witch Trials, by Richard A. Horsley, Journal of Interdisciplinary History (1979), 26p R [L]

Manipulation (PSYCHOLOGY & SOCIOLOGY)

  • Cults 102: Commonly Used Thought Reform Tactics, 9p
  • The Delphi Technique. What Is It? from iror.org
  • Are You Being Delphied? from iror.org
  • The Delphi Technique – How to achieve a workable consensus within time limits, by Lynn Stuter, seanet.com
  • A reference guide for recognizing political/social control tactics by power brokers, large corporations, public relations firms, and government entities [Delphi Technique], from iror.org
  • Political Correctness as a Tool of the Liberal Inquisition, by Rabbi Aryeh Spero, Jan. 18, 2017, American Thinker, 3p
  • Introduction to Weltanschauunkskrieg, by K. Rubrick Shreddinger, Sept. 11 2003, 6p
  • Justification Narratives Explained, by Thomas G. Clark, 10 Oct 2012, Another Angry Voice (Blog), 6p +I
  • Transmarginal Inhibition, by Laura Knight-Jadczyk, 08 Jul 2007, Cassiopedia.com, 7p +R
  • Limbic Warfare and Martha Stout’s “Paranoia Switch”, by Harrison Koehli, 29 Oct. 2007, Sott.net, 5p
  • Solomon Asch Experiment (1958): A Study of Conformity, by age-of-the-sage.org, 5p
  • The Hydra’s Heads – Blind Faith in Authorities, by Serena Nebo, 2017-01-02, Idealism Prevails, 5p
  • Martha Mitchell Effect, from Wikipedia
  • You needn’t be wrong to be called delusional, by Vaughan Bell, The Guardian, 4th Aug 2013
  • The Perils of Obediance, by Stanley Milgram (1973), 8p +I
  • The Tyranny of False Dichotomies, by Gideon Lasco, Philippine Daily Inquirer, Jan. 11, 2018, 2p
  • Who’s Minding the Mind?[Priming] by Benedict Carey, July 31, 2007, New York Times, 4p
  • George Orwell: 1984 – The Future Is Now [Doublethink, Cognitive Dissonance], MindBendingTruth.com, 5p
  • Plato and the “Noble Lie”, by Dyneslines (Blog), July 30, 2014, 3p
  • Plato’s Political Use of the ‘Noble Lie’, by Jean-Marc Pascal (Blog), May 5, 2017
  • Problems with the Noble Lie, by Madeline Aruffo
  • Euphemisms and Media Framing, by Marina  Ryabova, PhD, Prof. (2013), 10p +R [L]
  • Multi-Functionality of Metaphor in Newspaper Discourse, by Dita Trckova (2011), 10p +R [L]
  • Politics by Kayfabe – Pro Wrestling and the Creation of Public Opinion, by William P. Stodden & John S. Hanson [L]
  • What is Political Correctness? from book: The Retreat of Reason: Political Correctness and the Corruption of Public Debate in Modern Britain, by Anthony Browne (2006) [L]
  • The Political Language of the Helping Professions, by Murray Edelman (1974), 16p [L]
  • The Ontology and Epistemology of Extremism, by Alar Kilp (2011), 16p +R [L]
  • Dangerous Ideas – Five Beliefs That Propel Groups Toward Conflict, by Roy J. Eidelson & Judy I. Eidelson (2003), 18p +R [L]
  • The Science and Practice of Persuasion, by Robert B. Cialdini & Noah J. Goldstein, Apr. 2002, 21p R [L]
  • Coercive Persuasion and Attitude Change, by Richard J. Ofshe, Ph.D. (2016), 14p [L]
  • Mobilization Systems: Technologies for Motivating and Coordinating Human Action, by Francis Heylighen, Iavor Kostov & Mixel Kiemen, Global Brain Institute (2012) 21p +R [L]
  • The Technological Construction of Social Power, by P. Brey, (2007) 22p +R [L]
  • The origins of Coronavirus – Predictive Programming (author unknown) [PDF] [L] 51pgs  Ills&Lnks 1\4

Ponerology: Psychopathy → Pathocracy (PSYCHOLOGY & SOCIOLOGY)

  • Hollywood’s Misrepresentation of Psychopathy, by Julien R. Fielding, fieldingonfilm.com, 2012, 6p
  • Pathocracy, from CassWiki
  • The Road to Pathocracy, by James G. Long, americanthinker.com, Aug. 2, 2014, 4p
  • The Genesis of Evil [Pathocracy], from Ponerology.com
  • From Democracy to Pathocracy: The Rise of the Political Psychopath, by John W. Whitehead, 03/31/2016 (Updated Apr 01, 2017), Huffington Post
  • Ponerology 101: The Truth Behind the War on Terror, by Harrison Koehli, 27 Jul 2010, Sott.net
  • Insiders and Reality [Ponerology], by Henry See, 21 Nov. 2007, Signs of the Times
  • Living in the Psychopath Controlled State (Pathocracy) and Dealing With It, by Paul A Philips, new-paradigm.ws
  • Intolerable Cruelty: Cover Stories and a Culture of Lies [Pathocracy], by Harrison Koehli, 10 Feb. 2010, Sott.net, 6p
  • Ponerology 101: Snakes in Suits, by Harrison Koehli, 05 May 2010, Sott.net
  • The Ponerology [Interview], from Marian-Wasilewski.pl
  • The Psychopathic Tendency in World Politics, by Jerry Russell & Richard Stanley, Ponerology.blogspot.com, Feb. 12, 2006
  • Twilight Of The Psychopaths, by Dr. Kevin Barrett, 08-21-2008, Rense.com
  • Destructivism and Pathocracy, by Roland Woldag, GatesOfVienna.net
  • How Societies Regress to Become Pathocracies, by Time for Change, 11 Apr. 2008, Sott.net
  • Voices in the Wilderness [Ponerology], by Harrison Koehli, sott.net, 27 May 2008
  • Dirty Tricks, Traffic Studies, and Why Sociopaths Flourish in Politics, by Zack Beauchamp, Jan. 9, 2014, ThinkProgress.org
  • Ponerology: The Sons of Belial and Macrosocial Evil, by Linda Kimball, June 11, 2013, Patriots and Liberty (Blog)
  • The Psychopath: A New Subspecies of Homo Sapiens, by Brent Kopenhaver Jr., 09 May 2010, Sott.net
  • Beyond Insanity [Psychopathy], by Amos Gunsberg, Psychnews International, Oct-Dec 1997
  • The Role of Ideology in the Development of Evil Regimes [Pathocracies], by ‘Time for Change’, Democratic Underground, Apr. 7, 2008
  • On the Nature of Psychopathy: A Thought Experiment, by Harrison Koehli, sott.net, 15 Nov. 2008
  • From Psycho-Linguistics to the Politics of Psychopathy. Part 1: Propaganda, by Kitty S Jones, Politics and Insights (Blog) , 2013, 16p [L]
  • The Psychopath: Special Research Project of the Quantum Future School, from Cassiopaea.org (26-pages) [L]
  • The Psychopathic Influence, by TheHiddenEvil.com (21-pages) [L]
  • Pathocracy, by Howard, SystemsThinker.com (44-page Essay) [L]
  • The Genesis of Evil on a Macrosocial Scale, from Cassiopaea.org [L]
  • Environment of Evil [Ponerology], by Henry See, Signs of the Times, 06 Apr. 2007 [L]
  • Insiders and Outsiders: In Washington (Part I), In Everyday Life (Part II) & Wannabes (Part III) [Ponerology], by Henry See, 15 Aug. 2007, Signs of the Times [L]
  • Good Times, Bad Times: The Hysteroidal Cycle, by Henry See, 03 Dec. 2007, Sott.net, 11p [L]
  • Official Culture in America: A Natural State of Psychopathy? by Laura Knight-Jadczyk, from Cassiopaea.org [L]
  • The Trick of the Psychopath’s Trade: Make Us Believe that Evil Comes from Others, by Silvia Cattori, 31 Jan. 2008, Sott.net (33-page Interview, Jan. 2008) [L]

PSYCHIATRY, DOCTORS & SCIENCE

  • The Devil’s Dictionary of Evolution, by David N. Menton, 5p
  • This is a news website article about a scientific paper [Satirical Exposé], by Martin Robbins, The Lay Scientist (Hosted by The Guardian), 2010, 2p
  • The Top 10 Tricks Used by Corporate Junk Science, by Makia Freeman, Mar. 12, 2015, The Freedom Articles, 5p R
  • Occult Science vs the Top 10 Dogmas of Modern Science, by Theosophy Watch, Jan. 14, 2018, 8p I
  • For Science’s Gatekeepers, a Credibility Gap, by Lawrence K. Altman, M.D., May 2, 2006, New York Times, 5p
  • Scientists Faking Data Use Puzzling Jargon to Cover Their Tracks, Bad Scientists Use Big Words, by Peter Dockrill, 18 Nov. 2015, Science Alert, 1p
  • Method & Madness; The Spin Doctors [Placebo & Nocebo Effects], by Nicholas Wade, 1996, New York Times, 2p
  • When Drug Treatments Fail – Bad Data Happen to Good People, by Christopher Lane Ph.D., Sep. 23 2012,  Psychology Today, 2p
  • Political Abuse of Psychiatry—An Historical Overview, by Robert van Voren, Global Initiative on Psychiatry, 5p +R
  • How the Soviets used their own twisted version of psychiatry to suppress political dissent, by George Dvorsky, 9/04/2012, Gizmodo, 3p
  • The UN Plan for Your Mental Health, by Berit Kjos, 1999 (Updated Nov. 2014), 5p +R
  • The Cult that is Psychiatry, by Psychiatry Detox: An insightful perspective of the delusions that are considered to be Mental Health, 3p
  • Is Psychiatry a Religion? by Rob Whitley, Dartmouth Psychiatric Research Center, 2008
  • The New Face of Psychiatry, by Beverly K. Eakman, Oct. 2009, The New American, 5p
  • Psychologists, Social Workers, and Counselors in the Mental Health Field, Mar. 19, 2009, by Phil Hickey, PH.D, Behaviorism and Mental Health, 1p
  • Abuse of Medical Assessments to Dismiss Whistleblowers, by a member of Whistleblowers Australia, Dec. 1997, 3p
  • Would We Have Drugged Up Einstein? How Anti-authoritarianism Is Deemed a Mental Health Problem, by Bruce E. Levine, AlterNet, Feb. 20, 2012, 4p
  • Why Anti-Authoritarians are Diagnosed as Mentally Ill, by Bruce Levine, PhD, Feb. 26, 2012, Mad in America
  • Strategies of Psychiatric Coercion [Anosognosia], by Jeffrey A. Schaler, Aug. 6, 2012, Cato Unbound (Mental Health and the Law issue), 11p
  • The ‘a’ Word [Anosognosia], by KerisWithaK, 20 Aug. 2017
  • Psychiatry Has Anosognosia, by Involuntary Transformation (Blog), Mar. 9, 2011
  • In Quest of the Meaning of Normal and Abnormal Behavior, by Dr. Glenn A. Zuern and Dr. Willie M. Ashley (2012), 5p +R
  • Why Is Mental Illness on the Rise? by AnxietyCentre.com, 3p +R
  • Why the Rise of Mental Illness Pathologizing Drug Effects, by Bruce Levine, MadInAmerica.com, 2013, 6p
  • The Astonishing Rise of Mental Illness in America, by Bruce E. Levine, CounterPunch.org, 2010
  • The Remarkable Rise of Mental Illness in Britain, by Neil O’Brien, Daily Telegraph, 2012
  • A Mad World: Capitalism and the Rise of Mental Illness, by Rod Tweedy, Aug. 9, 2017 (on book: The Political Self: Understanding the Social Context for Mental Illness), 5p
  • GPs to share £150m bonus pot for spotting mental health problems, by Randeep Ramesh & Sarah Boseley, The Guardian, Feb. 2011, 2p
  • Mental health experts ask: Will anyone be normal? by Kate Kelland, Reuters, July 27, 2010
  • Low marks linked to schizophrenia – Poor performance at school could indicate an increased risk of later developing schizophrenia, a study says, BBC News, 9 August 2008
  • UK society ‘increasingly fearful’ – A charity is calling for a nationwide campaign to protect the UK’s mental health after a survey suggested people were growing ever more anxious, BBC News, 13 April 2009, 2p
  • Psychiatric Meds 101: A Supprising Discovery, by Shane Ellison M. Sc., The People’s Chemist, July 30, 2010, NewsWithViews.com
  • Blaming the Brain – The ‘Chemical Imbalance’ Fraud [Quotations Compilation], 3p
  • Doublethink Diagnosis 2.0 – A psychiatric diagnosis cannot be the “cause” of anything, by Jonathan Shedler Ph.D., Oct. 01 2013, Psychology Today, 3p
  • Personality Disorders Are Not Illnesses, by Phil Hickey, PH.D, May 5, 2010, Behaviorism and Mental Health
  • DSM 5 goes too far in creating new mental disorders – Holding the line between normality and mental disorder, by Allen J Frances M.D., Mar. 10 2010, Psychology Today, 2p
  • Now You Too Can Be Diagnosed With Schizophrenia! Here’s the worst thing about the new DSM-5, by Leonard Sax M.D., Ph.D., June 30 2013, Psychology Today, 6p
  • Schizophrenia – A Nonexistent Disease, by Lawrence Stevens, J.D. (Last Updated 2001), 6p
  • Mental Illness Vs. “Bad” Behavior, by Phil Hickey, Nov. 7, 2017, BehaviorsmAndMentalHealth.com
  • The Culture of Mental Illness, by Neel Burton M.D., Jun 06, 2012, Psychology Today, 2p
  • The Art of Branding a Condition, by Vince Parry (2003), 6p
  • The Myth of Psychotherapy, by Thomas Szasz, 1978, 7p
  • How Can They Just Invent Illnesses? by Phil Hickey, PH.D, Mar. 25, 2009, BehaviorismAndMentalHealth.com
  • Intelligent people more at risk of mental illness, study finds, by Henry Austin, 17 Oct. 2017, Independent, 1p
  • Licensed to Kill: Psychiatry, Big Pharma and the State-Sanctioned Drug Cartel, by Cortland Pfeffer (with Irwin Ozborne), Nov. 13, 2015, Guest writers for Wake Up World
  • Psychiatry and the pharmaceutical industry: who pays the piper? by Joanna Moncrieff, Steve Hopker & Philip Thomas (2005)
  • Turning The Problem Around: Mental Health In A Sick Society, by HighExistence.com
  • Whistleblowers Sacked as ‘Mad’, by Sue Williams, Sun-Herald, Sydney, 21 Sep. 1997
  • Growth of Cancer Throughout History, by Jon Barron, 2011, The Baseline of Health Foundation, 5p ill.+C
  • Inside the Battle to Define Mental Illness, by Gary Greenberg, 12.27.2010., Wired
  • Behaviours Are Not Diseases, by Citizens Commission on Human Rights UK (CCHR UK) 2002
  • New ‘smart’ drugs tell doctor you’re not taking them, by Paige Winfield Cunningham , Oct. 26, 2015, Washington Examiner
  • Some Authors in Medical Journals May Be Paid by ‘Spin Doctors’, by Lawrence K. Altman M.D., 1994, New York Times
  • Institute of Fools: Notes From The Serbsky, by Victor Nekipelov – A brief review, by Nicolas S. Martin, Sep. 2014
  • Citations and the Games Scientists Play, Essays of an Information Scientist, July 31, 1974
  • Psychiatric Drugs Are False Prophets With Big Profits – Psychiatry Has Been Hijacked, by Robert Berezin M.D., The Theater of the Brain, Jul. 05, 2015, Psychology Today
  • The Disastrous Boomerang Effects of Citation Mania, by Annick Perbal, Aug. 2017, International CCN Society
  • The totalitarian government in Soviet Russia invented a mental illness to lock up resisters – ‘Sluggish schizophrenia’ was a dangerous diagnosis, by Stephanie Buck, Feb. 22, 2017, Timeline
  • Summary of Big-Bang Creation Story, by Ashby L. Camp, 2006, 7p
  • What is Darwinism – Why Science Clings to a Fractured Paradigm, by Phillip E. Johnson, 9 +R
  • Fraud in Research Is a Rising Problem in Science, by Boyce Rensberger, New York Times, Jan. 23, 1977
  • The Invisible Plague: The Rise  of Mental Illness from  1750 to  the Present, by Public Citizen’s Health Research Group, Sep. 2002
  • Hallucinations and Related Concepts—Their Conceptual Background, by Diogo Telles-Correia, Ana Lúcia Moreira & João S. Gonçalves (2015), 12p +I +R
  • Public Conceptions of Mental Illness in 1950 and 1996: What is Mental Illness and Is It to be Feared? by Jo C. Phelan, Bruce G. Link, Ann Stueve and Bernice A. Pescosolido (2000), 18p ill.+R [L]
  • Mental Illness in a Multicultural Context, by Pauline Agbayani-Siewert, David T. Takeuchi, Rosavinia W. Pangan (1999), 14p +R [L]
  • “Medicine Standing on its Head”: Snezhnevsky, Sluggish Schizophrenia and Soviet Political Abuse of Psychiatry, by Sasha Shapiro, 4 Apr. 2016, GeoHistory [L]
  • The Myth-Of-Mental -Illness Model: Schizophrenic Symptoms as Manufactured Artefacts, by Richard Gosden, from book: Schismatic Mind: Controversies Over the Cause of the Symptoms of Schizophrenia (2000), 37p R [L]
  • The Meteoric Rise of Mental Illness in America and Implications for Other Countries, by Jeanne M. Stolzer (2016) [L]
  • Mental Illness or Social Sickness? by Susan Rosenthal, Sun May 18, 2008, SusanRosenthal.com [L]
  • Being Sane in Insane Places, by D.L. Rosenhan (1973), 13p R [L]
  • Placebos Are Getting More Effective. Drugmakers Are Desperate to Know Why, Wired, 08.24.2009, 9p [L]
  • The Doctor’s White Coat – The Image of the Physician in Modern America, by Dan W. Blumhagen, M.D. (1979), 10 +R [L]
  • The Crazy State of Psychiatry, by Marcia Angell, The New York Review of Books (2011), 22p [L]
  • Is Involuntary Psychiatric Treatment “Reasonable, Necessary, Justified and Proportionate”? by David Webb (2008), 17p [L]
  • Revealing Quotes on the Goals of Psychiatry and Psychology, PsychQuotes.com, 16p [L]
  • Microwave Bioeffect Congruence with Schizophrenia, by John J. McMurtrey M. S. 2002/2005, 16p +R [L]
  • On the Need for New Criteria of Diagnosis of Psychosis in the Light of Mind Invasive Technology [Schizophrenia], by Carole Smith, 2007, 16p +R [L]
  • Toward the Obsolescence of the Schizophrenia Hypothesis, by Theodore Sarbin, The Institute of Mind and Behaviour, 1990 (22-pages) [L]
  • Science and Ethics In Conducting, Analyzing, and Reporting Psychological Research, by Robert Rosenthal (1994), 13p +R [L]
  • Political Abuse of Psychiatry, from Wikipedia [L]
  • The Case Against Psychiatric Coercion, by Thomas Szasz (1997) [L]
  • Is Psychiatry For Sale? An Examination of the Influence of the Pharmaceutical Industry on Acedemic and Practical Psychiatry, by Joanna Moncrieff (2003), 18p +R [L]
  • Explanatory Mechanisms for Placebo Effects: Cultural Influences and the Meaning Response, by Daniel E. Moerman (27-pages, 2000) [L]
  • The DSM: mindful science or mindless power? A critical review, by Bassam Khoury, Ellen J.Langer and Francesco Pagnini, 2014, 16pgs + Refs. [PDF] [L]
  • Saying NO to Vaccines: A Resource Guide for All Ages, by Dr. Sherri Tenpenny (Book Summary by Natural News), 5pgs 1.5
  • How To Legally Say “NO” To All Vaccines! [Dr. Sherri Tenpenny interview], by Toni, Apr 1, 2009, Laleva, 4pgs 1.0

TOTALITARIANISM & SOCIAL CHANGE

  • Objectivity Precludes Responsibility, by Theodore Glasser, The Quill (1984), 6p
  • The Image in the Age of Pseudo-Reality, by Megan Garber, Dec. 1, 2016, The Atlantic, 3p
  • Science and the “Pseudo-Event”, From The Lab Bench (Blog), Sept.r 29, 2012, 3p
  • Are special events inherently deceptive? [On Daniel Boorstin, Pseudo Events] by Michael Turney, nku.edu
  • Daniel Boorstin got it right in ‘The Image’, by Neal Gabler, Special to the Los Angeles Times, Apr. 15, 2012
  • Simulacra and Simulation [Jean Baudrillard], from Wikipedia, 3p
  • Modules on Baudrillard (Postmodernity & Simulacra), by Dino Felluga, cla.purdue.edu
  • The Matrix Decoded: Le Nouvel Observateur Interview With Jean Baudrillard, Volume 1, Number 2 (July 2004)
  • Mimesis Machines and Millennials, by George Gallatin, Nov. 2, 2017, Quillette, 3p
  • The new mind control – The internet has spawned subtle forms of influence that can flip elections and manipulate everything we say, think and do [Internet, Google], by Robert Epstein, Aeon, 2016, 9p
  • The New Age and the (Re)Enchantment of Modernity, by John Walliss (2000), 6p +R
  • A Perfect Murder [Transhumanism], by Branko Malic, Nov. 26, 2014, The Soul of the East (Blog)
  • A Golden Age for Dystopian Fiction, by Jill Lepore, June 5 & 12, 2017, The New Yorker, 10p
  • The Long and Brutal History of Fake News, by Jacob Soll, Dec. 18, 2016, Politico Magazine, 4p
  • How the Media Frames Political Issues, by Scott London (1993)
  • How News is “Framed”, by Sara Tiegreen & Elana Newman, The Dart Center, April 1, 2008
  • What is Media Framing? by Critical Media Review, Oct. 19, 2015
  • The Mainstream Media has always been a Propaganda Tool of the Establishment, by Steven MacMillan, Activist Post, July 10, 2014, 3p
  • Wag the Dog [1997 Movie], by Philip Coppens, Conspiracy Times, 6p
  • Creepy Media Foreshadowing or Harmless Coincidence? [Predictive Programming], by TheCoincidenceTheorist.com, 5p +I
  • Propaganda techniques part one: Glittering Generalities – language and the New Word Order, by Kitty S Jones, Politics and Insights (Blog), 2015
  • Juking the Stats: Our Culture of Manipulation, by ashvin,  Mar. 13, 2012, The Automatic Earth, 3p
  • The New Illiteracy — Obfuscation — Hinders Progress, by Richard Steiner, 07/08/2013, Huffington Post, 2p
  • Democracy goes missing in action as politicians obfuscate, avoid and patronise, by Jean Ker Walsh, June 8, 2016, The Conversation, 3p
  • Introduction to the Controversy of Evolutionism – Religion and the Question of Origins, by David N. Menton, Ph.D., 8p
  • Scientists Urge Censorship of Terms Implying Design and Purpose when Describing Life, by Dr. Jerry Bergman, AnsweringGenesis.org, May 4, 2011, 9p +R
  • The Danger of Having Too Many Experts, by Nick Lovegrove, Oct. 27, 2016, Time Magazine, 2p
  • Everybody’s an Expert – Putting predictions to the test, by Louis Menand, Dec. 5, 2005, The New Yorker, 6p
  • Unquestioning Obedience to Authority Allows Tyranny to Thrive, by Makia Freeman, The Freedom Articles, 2013, 3p
  • Defining features of Fascism and Authoritarianism, by Kitty S Jones (Blog), 2013, 6p
  • Fascist America, in 10 Easy Steps, by Naomi Wolf, 24. Apr 2007, The Guardian
  • The truth about lobbying: 10 ways big business controls government, by Tamasin Cave and Andy Rowell, 12 Mar. 2014 , The Guardian, 5p
  • Inverted Totalitarianism – How the Bush regime is effecting the transformation to a fascist-like state, by Sheldon Wolin, May 19, 2003, The Nation, 3p
  • Sheldon Wolin and Inverted Totalitarianism, by Chris Hedges, Nov. 02, 2015, TruthDig
  • The Specter of Soft Totalitarianism, by Daniel J. Mahoney, June 08, 2016, Intercollegiate Review, 2p
  • Is America Devolving into Soft Totalitarianism?  by Bruce Frohnen, Apr. 30, 2017, The Imaginative Conservative
  • Soft Totalitarianism, by Brett Stevens, Apr. 4, 2014, Amerika.org
  • Are Today’s Progressives Actually Totalitarians? by Ralph Benko , Jan. 13, 2014, Forbes, 4p
  • Death by Political Correctness, by Dmitry Orlov, May 20, 2014, ClubOrlov (Blog), 3p
  • Political Philosophy and the Bathroom Wars [Concept of ‘Dignity’], by  Joseph M. Knippenberg, May 24, 2016, ThePublicDiscourse.com
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  • Former Soviet Dissident [Vladimir Bukovksy] Warns For EU Dictatorship, by Paul Belien 2006-02-27, The Brussels Journal
  • The Orwellian Paradigm, by Faisal Moghul, Apr. 12, 2013, AntiWar.com, 7p
  • American Psychosis, by Chris Hedges, Jan. 30, 2017, TruthDig, 4p
  • Sovereign Exception: Notes on the Thought of Giorgio Agamben, by Amy O’Donoghue, 2 July 2015, Key Concept, 4p +R
  • Crime Prediction Software Is Here and It’s a Very Bad Idea, by Jesus Diaz, 4/14/2010, Gizmodo, 2p
  • How technology is allowing police to predict where and when crime will happen, by Lizzie Dearden, 7 Oct. 2017, The Independent
  • US crime predicting technology tests draw Minority Report comparisons, by Nick Allen, Los Angeles, 10 Oct. 2011, Telegraph
  • Paternalism and the English language: Nudge, nudge [Libertarianism], by W.W. Houston, Aug. 10, 2013, The Economist, 2p
  • The Age of Irresponsibility, by Matthew Continetti, Mar. 2, 2009, WeeklyStandard.com, 7p
  • The Age of Ignorance, by John B. Alexander, Ph.D., 08/23/2016, Upd. Aug 24, 2017, Huffington Post
  • Within the Context of No Context, by George W. S. Trow [Summary of Book], by Enotes.com, 3p
  • Modules on Jameson – On Ideology & Late Capitalism, by Dino Felluga, cla.purdue.edu, 3p
  • In Theory – Herbert Marcuse: One Dimensional Man? by Andrew Robinson, Oct. 22, 2010, CeaseFireMagazine.co.uk, 6p
  • General Crises in Civilizations, by Carroll Quigley [Lecture] (1972), 6p
  • The Theory of Arnold Toynbee [On the Life-Cycle of Civilizations], 7p
  • 8 striking parallels between the U.S. and the Roman Empire, by Steven Strauss, Dec. 26, 2012, Salon.com, 2p
  • 5 Similarities Between Ancient Rome’s Decline And Today’s United States, by Joy Pullmann, The Federalist, Feb. 16, 2018
  • The Five Reasons for the Collapse of the Roman Empire by Edward Gibbon, by Andrew Webb, April 2, 2015, Building Old School Churches (Blog)
  • 210 Reasons for decline of The Roman Empire [List based on:Der Fall Roms, by A. Demandt, 1984]
  • Parallels Between the Decline of the Roman Empire and the Decline of the United States of America, Dec. 29, 2016, Soapboxie.com
  • Roman Empire: Ominous parallels with modern America, by Bill Federer, 09/03/2017, WND.com
  • The Real Reason Why Rome Fell (and Why America Will Fall Too)? by Daniel Lattier, Oct. 26, 2015, Intellectual Takeout (Blog)
  • How Is America Going To End? by Josh Levin, Aug. 6 2009, Slate
  • The Changing Face of War: Into the Fourth Generation, by William S. Lind, Marine Corps Gazette, Oct. 1989, 6p
  • Psychological Operations (PsyOps) [Quotations Compilation]
  • The Multicultural Whiteout, by Nigel Freitas, 26 Mar. 2011, Spectator, 2p
  • Multiculturalism As A Tool To Divide And Conquer, The Layman’s Primer, by Louis Beam, Mar. 2009, LouisBeam.com, 5p
  • The Fallacy Of Multiculturalism Revealed, by Curt Maynard, 12-18-2006 (Blog)
  • “Divide And Conquer” (Why Diversity Is Turning Into Division), Aug. 21, 2014, Essay Potpourri, 5p
  • Diversity = Division, by Jim Goad, Apr. 11th 2014, Thought Catalogue (Blog)
  • Diversity is Divisive, by Munira Mirza, 21 Nov. 2006, The Guardian, 2p
  • The Perils of Diversity, by Heather Marsh, Jan. 31, 2017 (Blog)
  • The Inherent Divisiveness of Diversity, by Jimmy Sengenberger, Nov. 12, 2015, JimmySengenberger.com
  • “Diversity”: The Idol of Academia, by Jack Kerwick, Jul. 03, 2014, TownHall.com, 2p
  • Too Many Choices: A Problem That Can Paralyze, by Alina Tugend, Feb. 26, 2010, New York Times
  • The Paradox of Choice, 10 Years Later, [Social Media, FOMO, Customer Review Sites], by Paul Hiebert, Dec. 18, 2014, Pacific Standard, 5p
  • When It’s Bad to Have Good Choices, by Maria Konnikova, Aug. 1, 2014, The New Yorker, 3p
  • When every song ever recorded fits on your MP3 player, will you listen to any of them? Karla Starr, June 5, 2008, Pheonix New Times
  • “It is No Measure of Health to Be Well Adjusted to a Profoundly Sick Society”, by Helena Sophia Exel, Medium.com
  • Abnormalcy Bias: To Be Well Adjusted To A Profoundly Sick Society, by The Oldspeak Journal, Apr. 25, 2013, 13p ill.
  • Magical Technologies Just over the Horizon – The products that really wow us seem like pure wizardry, by David Pogue, Aug. 1, 2017, Scientific American, 2p
  • Revealed: Blair’s secret stalker squad, by Jason Lewis, 27 May 2007, Daily Mail, 4p
  • Crime software may help police predict violent offences [“Minority Report-Style Technology”], by Tony Thompson, 25 July 2010, The Guardian
  • Full-Mental Nudity – The arrival of mind-reading machines, by William Saletan, Mar. 20 2007, Slate, 3p
  • The New Mind Manipulators, by Jeremy Lent 04/25/2016, Apr. 23, 2017, Huffington Post
  • Britain’s loose definition of extremism is stoking a global crackdown on, by Jane Kinninmont , 23 Sep. 2016, The Guardian, 2p
  • Mass Technologies and Ignorance in the Society of Knowledge, by Luciano Gallino (2007), 8p +R
  • Noise Is The Next Great Public Health Crisis, by Neel V. Patel, Dec. 19, 2017, Futurism.com, 3p
  • Online T&Cs longer than Shakespeare plays – who reads them? by Rich Parris , Which? Tech, 23 Mar. 2012, 3p ill.
  • Planned new UK laws on extremism threaten free speech, by Melody Patry, Head of Advocacy, Index on Censorship, 18 May, 2016
  • Sockpuppets and Spambots: How states manipulate social networks Fake accounts aren’t just for scammers and advertisers, sometimes they can also be effective censors, by Tom Trewinnard, Feb. 5, 2016, 6p ill.
  • The Anatomy of Ignorance, by Dr. Phyllis Unger and Robert Unger, Esq., Sept. 25, 2002, NewsMax.com, 2p
  • The Silent Revolution – Governing through a diverse array of third parties…, by Paul L. Posner Nov. 6, 2006, Governing.com, 3p
  • Theresa May’s definition of an extremist probably includes you, by Netpol’s Emily Apple, The Canary, 21-10-2015
  • They Thought They Were Free [Quotes from Book], by John@EconEngineer.wordpress.com, July 1, 2012
  • Thought police muscle up in Britain, by Hal G. P. Colebatch, The Australian, Apr. 21, 2009
  • With friends like these [Facebook], by Tom Hodgkinson, The Guardian, 14 Jan. 2008, 7p
  • Dr.Udo Ulfkotte: World Class Journalist Spills the Beans, Admits Mainstream Media is Completely Fake, by Arjun Walia, Global Research, Jan. 15, 2017 (orig. pub. Prepare for Change, 24 Mar. 2016)
  • Can we trust AI if we don’t know how it works? by Marianne Lehnis, Technology of Business Reporter, 15 June 2018, BBC News
  • The Revolution Will Not Be Digitized – How the Internet helps Iran silence activists, by Farhad Manjoo, Slate, June 25 2009, 2p
  • The Falsehood of Progressive Diversity – Liberty is the Only Real Diversity, 12 Mar. 2014, The Elephant in the Room
  • More Bad Consequences of the Sexual Revolution, by Bill Muehlenberg, Jul. 14, 2009, BillMuehlenberg.com, 3p
  • Interview with Defense Expert P.W. Singer: ‘The Soldiers Call It War Porn’, Mar. 12, 2010, Spiegel, 2p
  • The Great British sell-off, by Paul Hartley, Oct. 30, 2013, CounterFire.org, 4p
  • The Nature of Political Correctness, from book: A Study Of Our Decline, by Philip Atkinson (2000) , 4p
  • The Simone Controversy: The End of Reality? [S1mOne 2002 Movie] by Thomas Cooper, Ph.D., Emerson College (2003), 4p
  • Corporate power has turned Britain into a corrupt state, by Seumas Milne, 4 Jun. 2013, The Guardian, 2p
  • Technological Singularity, by Vernor Vinge, 1993, 8p +R
  • Nudge Your Customers Toward Better Choices, by Daniel G. Goldstein, Eric J. Johnson, Andreas Herrmann, Mark Heitmann, Dec. 2008, Harvard Business Review, 6p
  • Worried About Dystopia? ‘1984’ Isn’t The Only Novel You Should Read, by Talya Zax, Jan. 25, 2017, Forward.com, 3p
  • The Internet Diet – Nicholas Carr is a sane guide to how it’s changing us, by Michael Agger, June 7 2010, Slate, 3p
  • New York Times a “Propaganda Megaphone” for War, Says Former Reporter, by Alex Newman, 23 Sep. 2012, The New American, 3p
  • Congressmen Come and Go, But Corruption Is Here To Stay, by Lawrence Lessig, 06.07.2013, The Daily Beast, 2p
  • The ‘Internet of Things’ 2025: Your life controlled by the smart grid, by Melissa Dykes, Jun. 5, 2014, (orig. pub. at The Daily Sheeple), 3p
  • How the Pentagon’s Skynet Would Automate War, by Nafeez Ahmed, Nov. 24 2014, Motherboard.Vice.com, 5p
  • Is Google Making Us Stupid? What the Internet is doing to our brains, by Nicholas Carr, The Atlantic July/Aug. 2008 Issue, 8p
  • The Shallows, by Nicholas Carr [Book Summary], from DeconstructingExcellence.com
  • The Permanent Dehumanizing of Humanity? by Judith H. Young, Global Research, June 24, 2010, 6p
  • Cybernetics, Teleportation, and TransEvolution of Humanity with Daniel Estulin [Interview], Jan. 2014, TheWe.cc, 6p
  • Everything Is Rigged: The Biggest Price-Fixing Scandal Ever [Banking Financial Scandal], by Matt Taibbi, Rolling Stone Magazine, Apr. 25, 2013, 6p
  • Foundations: Their Power and Influence, by René A. Wormser [Book Excertps], by Daniel Kemp, EarthEmperor.com, June 14, 2009, 8p
  • Iowahawk Geographic: The Secret Life of Climate Researchers [Satire], IowaHawk.Typepad.com, Nov. 23, 2009, 3p
  • The Forty-Year Drone War, by Nick Turse, Jan. 24, 2010, TomDispatch.com, 7p
  • The Underground Military, by William M. Arkin, Washinton Post, 7 May, 2001, 3p
  • Who Shapes Our Conscience and defines RIGHT or WRONG in today’s corrupt culture, by Kjos Ministries, Crossroad.to, 5p +R
  • Economic collapse: The real message of the fall of Troy, by Tim Bowler, BBC News, 8 Feb. 2018, 4p
  • The ‘Deadly Sins’ of Business, by Ben Morris, Business Reporter, BBC News, 28 June 2018, 3p
  • The end of globalisation – Trump and the dangerous new era of trade and tech wars, by Paul Mason, 27 June 2018, The New Statesman, 3p
  • This is what tube ads tell us about millennials, by Tomasz Frymorgen, 11 June 2018, BBC.co.uk, 4p ill.
  • The Collapse of Complex Societies, by Joseph A. Tainter [Notes on Book], 20p
  • Guns, Germs, and Steel, by Jared Diamond [Book Sumary], 6p
  • The lesson of Trump and Brexit: a society too complex for its people risks everything, by John Harris, 29 Dec. 2016, The Guardian, 2p
  • The Perils of Deflation, by Hans F. Sennholz, Inflationomics.com, 3p
  • Neo-Liberalism and the Retreat of Democracy, by David Schultz, June 28, 2018, Couter Punch, 2p
  • Joseph Tainter: ‘The Collapse of Complex Societies’ [Book Summary & Comments], by Tom Kando, Dec. 8, 2013
  • The Collapse of Complex Business Models, by Clay Shirky, Shirky.com (Blog), 2010
  • Liveness, ‘Reality’, and the Mediated Habitus from Television to the Mobile Phone, by Nick Couldry (2004), 6p +R
  • Making Sense of Memes: Where They Came From and Why We Keep Clicking Them, by Marion Provencher Langlois, 2014, Inquiries Journal, 7p ill. +R
  • Fragmentation of Reality and De-contextualisation, by Tomislav Sola (2007), 8p
  • Emerging trends of Dystopian Nightmares, by April Roach, Jul. 18, 2014, The-Artifice.com, 4p
  • Utopian Identity and Dystopian Alterity – The Dual Face of the Utopian Tradition in the 20th Century, by Eliana Ionoaia, 2014, 7p +R
  • From Homo Sapiens to Homo Videns [TV & Spectatorism], by Mario Pereyra, 1999, 8p
  • The Scare Quote: 2016 in a Punctuation Mark, by Megan Garber, Dec. 23, 2016, The Atlantic, 4p
  • Reality television: oxymoron, by George Will, Jun 20, 2001, TownHall.com, 2p
  • The Role of the Media and Media Hypes in the Aftermath of Disasters, by P. Vasterman et al. (2005), 7p +R
  • Gulf War TV, by Ernest Larsen, Jump Cut, No. 36, May 1991, 7p
  • Master of Many Trades, by Robert Twigger, 04 Nov, 2013, Aeon, 5p
  • Punch & Judy Politics, by Aidan Rankin, 01 Oct. 2004, The Ecologist, 3p
  • Why China won’t suffer a Western type financial crisis, by LearningFromChina.net, 3p
  • Warning sounded over China’s ‘debtbook diplomacy’, by Helen Davidson, 15 May 2018, The Guardian
  • The Family Farm Is Being Systematically Wiped Out Of Existence In America, by TheEconomicCollapseBlog.com, 3p+
  • The Thin Blurred Line – Reality Television and Policing, by Paul Mason, British Society of Criminology, 2003, 8p +R
  • Why Software Is So Bad, by Charles C. Mann, July 1, 2002, MIT Technology Review, 6p
  • Algorithms Take Control of Wall Street, by Felix Salmon & Jon Stokes, 12.27.2010, Wired, 6p
  • Habitat II The UN Plan For Human Settlements, by Berit Kjos, Istanbul, Turkey, June 1996, 9p +R
  • Humanism, Posthumanism, and Compassionate Love, by Stephen G. Post (2009), 6p +R
  • If a Time Traveller Saw a Smartphone [The Shallows, by Nicholas Carr], by Tim Wu, Jan. 10, 2014, The New Yorker, 2p
  • Implications of Virtual Deception, by LT York W. Pasanen, Air & Space Power Journal, Apr. 1999, 6p +R
  • Stages of Subversion [KGB Western Infiltration], by Yuri Bezmenov (1979), 7p      
  • Into the Void: The Coming Transhuman Transformation [Chapter 2 from book], by Lawrence J Terlizzese (2016), 8p +R
  • Anatomy of the Deep State (Essay), by Mike Lofgren, Feb. 21, 2014, BillMoyers.com [L]
  • The Emperor of Strong AI Has No Clothes: Limits to Artificial Intelligence, by Adriana Braga & Robert K. Logan (2017) [L]
  • Fiction as a Precursor to Fact: Sci-fi “Predictive Programming” and the Emergent World Religion, By Phillip D. Collins, Feb. 6, 2005 [L]
  • Emerging Themes in Dystopian Literature, by Devin Ryan, 4-23-2014 [L]
  • The Social Construction of Terrorism: Media, Metaphors and Policy Implications, by Alexander Spencer, 2012 (20-pages) [L]
  • Defining the “New Terrorism”: Reconstruction of the Enemy in the Global Risk Society, by Münevver CEBECİ (2012) [L]
  • Covert Action in 21st Century Counter-Terrorism, by Gustavo Diaz (Unisci) & Karov Morave (2006) [L]
  • On the Targeting of Activists in the War on Terror, by Gene Ray, Transform, 06 02 2008 [L]
  • The Garrison State, by Harold Lasswell (1941) [L]
  • Outsourcing War – Why Mercenaries Are a Fact of Warfare, by David Shearer, Sep. 15, 1998, ForeignPolicy.com [L]
  • Cultural Syncretism, by Massimo Canevacci, Funzione Gamma, Scientific Online Magazine, 28/10/2004 [L]
  • The Collapse of Complex Societies, by Joseph Tainter [Notes on Book] [L]
  • Dr. Joseph Tainter: The Collapse of Complex Societies [Interview Transcript], by The McAlvany Weekly Commentary with David McAlvany & Kevin Orrick, Oct. 3, 2014 [L]
  • The Mother of All Collapses: The Fall of Rome, from book: The Seneca Effect, by U. Bardi, 2017 [L]
  • Extracts From The Decline Of The West [Oswald Spengler], from Home.Alphalink.com.au (20-pages) [L]
  • Decline of Empire: Parallels Between the U.S. and Rome (Parts 1-5), by Doug Casey, InternationalMan.com, 2013 [L]
  • The Structure of Scientific Revolutions, by Thomas S. Kuhn: Book Outline and Study Guide, prepared by Professor Frank Pajares (21-pages) [L]
  • Fighting Words: Naming Terrorists, Bandits, Rebels and Other Violent Actors, by Michael V Bhatia, 27 May 2008 [L]
  • How America Lost Faith in Expertise – And Why That’s a Giant Problem, by Tom Nichols, Foreign Affairs, Mar./Apr. 2017 [L]
  • Feminism, the Noble Lie, by Robert Sheaffer, Free Inquiry Magazine, Spring 1995 (Upd. 1997) [L]
  • Evolution as Dogma: The Establishment of Naturalism, by Phillip E. Johnson, First Things, Oct. 1990 [L]
  • The Failure of Multiculturalism Community Versus Society in Europe, by Kenan Malik, Foreign Affairs, 2015 [L]
  • A Theory of Information Warfare – Preparing For 2020, by Colonel Richard Szafranski, USAF, 1995 [L]
  • The Extraordinary Science of Addictive Junk Food, by Michael Moss, Feb. 20, 2013, New York Times [L]
  • Technology, Violence, and Peace, by Brian Martin, University of Wollongong, NSW, Australia (2008) [L]
  • Babylon and the European Union, by Despatch Magazine, Vol. 15:2, Jun. 2003 [L]
  • Sale of the century: the privatisation scam, by James Meek, Fri 22 Aug 2014, The Guardian [L]
  • Cameron’s Nudge that knocked democracy down: mind the Mindspace, by Kitty S Jones (Blog), 2014 [L]
  • Behind TV Analysts, Pentagon’s Hidden Hand, by David Barstow, Apr. 20, 2008, New York Times [L]
  • Why the Future Doesn’t Need Us, by Bill Joy, 04.01.2000, Wired (23-pages) [L]
  • Veblen’s Predator and the Great Crisis, by John Hall et al. AFEE Session: Veblenian Roots and Implications of the Great Crisis, Jan. 2012 [L]
  • Securitization as a Causal Mechanism, by Stefano Guzzini, Security Dialogue, 2011 [L]
  • International Politics of Insecurity: Normativity, Inwardness and the Exception, by Jef Huysmans, Department of Politics and International Studies, 2006 [L]
  • Religious Motifs in Technological Posthumanism, by Michael E. Zimmerman, Western Humanities Review, 2009 (21-pages) [L]
  • Eastern Europe’s Republics of Gilead [“Re-Invention of Democracy”], by Slavoj Žižek, Ideology and Psychoanalysis, 1990 [L]
  • The time when America stopped being great, by Nick Bryant, BBC News, 3 Nov. 2017 [L]
  • The Rise of the Weaponized AI Propaganda Machine, by Berit Anderson & Brett Horvath, 2017-02-09, Scout.ai [L]
  • Secrets of Silicon Valley — A two-part documentary by Jamie Bartlett, by markSTORM, Aug. 13, 2017, Medium.com [L]
  • America’s Ruling Class — And the Perils of Revolution, by Angelo M. Codevilla, July 16, 2010, The American Spectator (22-pages) [L]
  • Globalization as Hybridization, by Jan Nederveen Pieterse, 1994 (21-pages) [L]
  • Power Shift: The Rise of Global Civil Society, by Jessica T. Mathews, Foreign Affairs, 2004 [L]
  • Brexit, the populist surge and the crisis of complexity, by Paul Arbair, July 5, 2016 (Blog) [L]
  • The World in Creolization, by Ulf Hannerz (1987) [L]
  • In the Minds of Men: Darwin and the New World Order, by Ian T. Taylor [Book Summary], by EarthEmperor.com, Dec. 16, 2008 [L]
  • Evolution: The Creation Myth of Our Culture, by David Buckna, TrueOrigin.org, 2018 [L]
  • How America Lost Its Mind, by Kurt Andersen, Sep. 2017, The Atlantic (24-pages) [L]
  • The New World Disorder, by Benedict Anderson, The New Left Review, 1992 [L]
  • A Brief History of Intolerance in Modern Cosmology, by Jerry Bergman, 2009 [L]
  • Thought Reform, Coercion and Persuasion: A Phenomenological Analysis, by Sandra Purnell, 1978 [L]
  • Framing the News – The Triggers, Frames, and Messages in Newspaper Coverage, Project for Excellence in Journalism, 2009 [L]
  • The Managers vs. The Managed, by Matthew Continetti, Sep. 21, 2015, Weekly Standard [L]
  • Police Shows on British Television – New Police Blues, by Gareth Palmer, Jump Cut, No. 42, Dec. 1998 [L]
  • Competence and Professional Expertise, Part I Theory, by Arnoud T. Evers, 2015 [L]
  • Human Network Attacks, by Mr. Timothy L. Thomas, Military Review Sep-Oct. 1999 [L]
  • An island of reason in the cyberstream – on the life and thought of Joseph Weizenbaum, by LibrarianShipwreck (Blog), 2016 [L]
  • How Civilizations Fall: A Theory of Catabolic Collapse, by John Michael Greer, 2005 [L]
  • Digital Maosim – The Hazards of the New Online Collectivism, by Jaron Lanier, Edge, 5.30.2006 [L]
  • The Master Switch, by Tim Wu [Book Synopsis], by Craig Weightman [L]
  • The Politics of Transhumanism and the Techno-Millennial Imagination, by James Hughes (2012, 23-pages) [L]
  • The State Strikes Back: Immigration Policy in the European Union, by Martin A. Schain (2009) [L]
  • In-Car GPS Navigation Engagement – Engagement & Disengagement from Environment, by Gilly Leshed et al. (2008) [L]
  • The Age of Simulation – Phony Transcendence in an Age of Media, Computers and Fabricated Environments, by Ken Sanes (1997, 102-page Article Series) [L]
  • Brainwashing in America – Why Few Dare Call It Conspiracy, by Berit Kjos, Crossroads.to (2001) 10pgs + refs.
  • The 7/7 Terror Rehearsal –  Visor Consultants’ ‘simultaneous bombs’ rehearsal on 7 July 2005, by J7, 24pgs ill. [L] 1\4
  • You can’t mask stupidity… When do we get our collars and shackles Massa? by Helena Handbasket,  Jul 16, 2020, The Irish Sentinel, 3pgs 1.5
  • Coronavirus: Health fascism has consumed human rights, by Adam Creighton, Oct 20, 2020, The Weekend Australian, 2pgs 1.5
  • The 10 Stages of Genocide [Covid-19], by Covid Truths, Feb 2, 2021, 8pgs 1.5
  • The COVID Cult and the 10 Stages of Genocide, from yogaesoteric, Apr 24, 2021, 5pgs 1.5
  • Stigmatizing the Unvaxxed and Unboosted [Covid-19], by Dr. Joseph Mercola (Site), Jan 05, 2022, 6pgs, 1.5
  • ‘Mass Formation’: The Applied Science Of Social Engineering [Covid-19], by Dr. Joseph Mercola, Nov 29, 2021, Technocracy News, 8pgs 2.0
  • Forced Vaccination Was Always the End Game [Covid-19], by Barbara Loe Fisher, 9/22/2021, National Vaccine Information Center, 10pgs + comm. 1.0
  • Social Engineering Is Central To Technocrat Control [Covid-19], by Dr. Joseph Mercola, Jun 18, 2021, Technocracy News, 8pgs + ill. 1.5
  • The Legal Doctrine of “Carbon Crimes”—Torturing Law and Reason to Rid the Planet of Climate-Change Deniers, by Prof. em. dr. Lucas Bergkamp, LL.M., Clintel.org, 7pgs 1.5
  • The Covidian Cult – Part 1, by CJ Hopkins, Oct 13, 2020, Consent Factory, 4pgs 1.5
  • The Covidian Cult – Part 2, by CJ Hopkins, Apr 21, 2021, Consent Factory, 4pgs, 1.5
  • The Covidian Cult – Part 3, by CJ Hopkins, Sep 2, 2021, Consent Factory, 4pgs + Comms. 1.5
  • The Covidean Creed (As Agreed at the Unholy Conclave at Davos) [Parody], by Ian Jenkins, Sep 26 2020, Off Guardian, 2pgs + Comms. 1.5
  • Reaching for the Mark of the Beast, by Joe Allen, Sep 15, 2021, Singularity Weekly, 5pgs + comms. 1.0
  • Ultimate Proof: Covid-19 Was Planned To Usher In The New World Order, 29 Sep 2020, by Weaver, Tap News Wire, 24pgs Ill. 2.0
  • The Cult of the Brave New Normal [Covid-19], by Dr Bruce Scott, Oct 23, 2020, Off Guardian, 7pgs + Comms. 2.0
  • The Criminalization of Dissent [Covid-19], by CJ Hopkins, May 3, 2021, Consent Factory, 4pgs 1.5
  • Worshipping at the altar of COVID science, by Sabrina Maddeaux, Dec 10, 2021, National Post, 2pgs + Comms. 1.5
  • Winning the War Against Therapeutic Nihilism [Covid-19], by Dr. Joseph Mercola, 7pgs + refs. [PDF] 1.0
  • Recipe For Toxic COVID Stew: Badges, Guns, Quarantine Camps, by Dr. Joseph Mercola Dec 30, 2021, Technocracy News, 6pgs + ref. + comm. 1.0
  • Why you’re Wearing a Mask – The Pagan Ritual of Transformation, by AvoidTheMark, April 22, 2020, Bibioteca Pleyades, 4pgs 2.0
  • Behind the Façade: Abortion Culture Is a Transhumanist Death Cult, by Ben Bartee, May 28, 2022, Armageddon Prose, 4pgs 2.0
  • Welcome to the Covidian Cult, by C.J. Hopkins, Nov 2020, Cold Type Issue 215, 4pgs 3.0
  • Terrorism-Preparation (Terror Drill), by Wikispooks, 2020, 7pgs ill. + refs. 1.0
  • Exposing the Occult Corona-Initiation Ritual, by Makia Freeman, July 16, 2020, Waking Times, 2pgs 1.0
  • The Hidden Symbols and Messages in “Squid Game”, by The Vigilant Citizen (Site), Oct 6, 2021, 14pgs Ill. + Coms. [L] 2.5
  • Predictive Programming [Analysis of 35 Movies & TV Series], by Philip Jonkers, 2008, A Phil-for-an-ill Blog, 130pgs Ills. (Compiled PDF) [L]
  • One-World Scientism and its “Trust the Science” Refrain [Covid], y Steve Kelly, Oct 9 2021, Piece of Mind, 6pgs + Comm. 2.0

SECRET POLICE & SOCIAL SURVEILLANCE

  • Zersetzung, from Wikipedia
  • Germany – Permanent State of Pre-emption, by Katrin McGauran, Statewatch Journal, 2008, 6p +R
  • Panopticon Fatigue – Life, Sex and Death under the East German Stasi, by Robbie Martin & Laurie Kirchner, Apr. 22, 2015, MediaRoots.org, 5p
  • The path to tyranny; The Nazi Gestapo and the US police state, by Timothy Alexander Guzman, Silent Crow News, 29 Nov. 2014, 5p ill.
  • Former Stasi Officer: The NSA Domestic Surveillance Program Would Have Been ‘A Dream Come True’ For East Germany, by Michael B Kelley, Jun. 28, 2013, BusinessInsider.com, 1p
  • Web of Surveillance: East German Snitching Went Far Beyond the Stasi, by Peter Wensierski, Spiegel, 07/10/2015, 5p
  • Stasi Style! How East Germany’s secret police dressed their agents to ensure they could infiltrate the lives of suspects, by Sam Webb, Daily Mail, 29 July 2013, 2p
  • Stasi Tactics – Zersetzung, by Max Hertzberg, 22/11/2016, p
  • New Study Shows Mass Surveillance Breeds Meekness, Fear and Self-Censorship, by Glenn Greenwald, Apr. 28, 2016, The Intercept, 2p
  • Words as Tactics In War on Terror, by Eric Lichtblau, Sep. 14, 2003, New York Times, 1p
  • Dilemma of Interest [“Person of Interest”], by Donna Shaw, American Journalism Review (AJR), Feb/Mar. 2006, 8p
  • National Security Agency Whistleblowers: Psychological Abuse, by Sherrie Gossett, CNSNews.com, Jan. 25, 2006, 8p
  • The Shocking Menace of Satellite Surveillance, by John Fleming, Pravda, 08.09.2008, 8p
  • Monitoring People from Space: The Good the Bad, and the Ugly, by Thomas Frey, Apr. 11, 2013, Futurist Speaker, 4p
  • NSA and the Stasi – a cautionary tale on mass surveillance, by Thomas Coombes, 12 Apr. 2015 , OpenDemocracy.net, 3p
  • 2013 is the year that proved your ‘paranoid’ friend right (NSA Surveillance], by Andrea Peterson, Dec. 28, 2013, Washington Post, 1p
  • Google’s Gotcha – 15 ways Google monitors you, by Robert Epstein, May 10, 2013, U.S. News, 5p
  • How spy agencies keep their ‘toys’ from law enforcement, by Ellen Nakashima July 25, 2014, The Washington Post, 1p
  • The machine is real [Person of Interest TV Show], by Sean Daly, June 18, 2012, New York Post, 2p
  • CBS ‘Person of Interest’: Predictive Programming for a New World Order? Sep. 20, 2012 by BeginningandEnd.com, 4p
  • Person of Interest: Surveillance on steroids sci-fi or fact? by Darlene Storm, Computerworld, Sep. 21, 2011, 2p
  • Rise of the machines: who is the ‘internet of things’ good for? by Adam Greenfield, 6 June 2017, The Guardian, 6p
  • The Panopticon Singularity, by AntiPope.org, 2002, 8p
  • Minority Report (2002) Esoteric Analysis – Pre-Crime is Now Here! By JaysAnalysis.com, Mar. 15, 2015, 7p ill.
  • Surveillance Studies: Understanding visibility, mobility and the phenetic fix, by David Lyon, Surveillance & Society, 2002, 5p +R
  • Living with the Enemy: Informing the Stasi in the GDR, by David Cook, The View East (Blog), 2011, 5p ill.
  • Attacking Peace and Love: How the FBI Neutralized John Lennon for Questioning Authority, by John W. Whitehead, The Free Thought Project, Oct. 18, 2015, 5p
  • Conspiracy Theorizing Surveillance: Considering Modalities of Paranoia and Conspiracy in Surveillance Studies, by Nicholas Holm, Surveillance & Society, 2009 [L]
  • The Terrorist Threat: World Risk Society Revisited, by Ulrich Beck, Theory, Culture & Society, 2002 [L]
  • The CIA and the Media – How Americas Most Powerful News Media Worked Hand in Glove with the Central Intelligence Agency and Why the Church Committee Covered It Up, by Carl Bernstein, Rolling Stone, Oct. 20, 1977 (24-pages) [L]
  • Private Institutions Used in CIA Efforts to Control Behavior, by Nicholas M. Horrock, Special to The New York Times, Aug. 2, 1977 [L]
  • The Stasi and the HV A: Contemporary Research and Contemporary Resonance, by Uwe Spiekermann, 2014 (22-pages) [L]
  • The Stasi: New Research on the East German Ministry of State Security, by Catherine Epstein, 2004 (27-pages) [L]
  • The Culture of Surveillance, by Vincent P. Pecora, Qualitative Sociology, 2002 [L]
  • ‘Cam Era’ – The Contemporary Urban Panopticon, by Hille Koskela, Surveillance & Society, 2003 [L]
  • From Big Brother to Electronic Panopticon, by David Lyon (20-page Chapter from book: The Electronic Eye: The Rise of Surveillance Society, 1994) [L]
  • Re-Thinking (in)Security Discourses from a Critical Perspective, by Josefina Echavarría Alvarez, 2006 (21-pages) [L]
  • Technology vs `Terrorism’: Circuits of City Surveillance since September 11th, by David Lyon (2003) [L]
  • The Ghosts of State Terror: Knowledge, Politics and Terrorism Studies, by Richard Jackson (2008) [L]
  • Soviet Subversion of the Free World Press – A conversation with Yuri Bezmenov, former propagandist for the KGB, hosted by G. Edward Griffin (1984, 34-page Interview) [L]
  • Brainwashing in America – Why Few Dare Call It Conspiracy, by Berit Kjos, Crossroads.to (2001) 10pgs + refs.
  • The 7/7 Terror Rehearsal –  Visor Consultants’ ‘simultaneous bombs’ rehearsal on 7 July 2005, by J7, 24pgs ill. [L] 1\4
  • You can’t mask stupidity… When do we get our collars and shackles Massa? by Helena Handbasket,  Jul 16, 2020, The Irish Sentinel, 3pgs 1.5
  • Coronavirus: Health fascism has consumed human rights, by Adam Creighton, Oct 20, 2020, The Weekend Australian, 2pgs 1.5
  • The 10 Stages of Genocide [Covid-19], by Covid Truths, Feb 2, 2021, 8pgs 1.5
  • The COVID Cult and the 10 Stages of Genocide, from yogaesoteric, Apr 24, 2021, 5pgs 1.5
  • Similarities Between Life Under Former USSR KGB, East German STASI, and US COPS, by Rahul D. Manchanda, Esq., Oct 27, 2016, Modern Diplomacy, 4pgs 1.0
  • Intelligence agency, by Wikispooks, 2022, 5pgs ill. + ref. 1.0
  • The Occult History of the U.S. Military’s PSYOPS and its Highly Symbolic Recruitment Video, by The Vigilant Citizen (Site), May 12, 2022, 7pgs Ill. + Coms. 1.5
  • Welcome to the Gulag Created by Crooked Intelligence Agencies, Crooked US Military, and Crooked Fusion Centers, by Ramola D, Oct 22, 2018, The Everyday Concerned Citizen, 6pgs 2.0

‘MIND CONTROL’, NON-LETHAL WEAPONS & NANOTECHNOLOGY

  • The Mind Has No Firewall, by  Timothy L. Thomas, Parameters, Spring 1998, 6p +R
  • Weapons based on radio waves – electromagnetic weapons, by Peter Mooring, 4p ill.
  • Encountering Clients Claiming Externally Controlled “Implants” Are Affecting Their Health: An advisory for healthcare professionals [Nanotechnology], by Ben Colodzin, Ph.D., June 2014, 3p +R
  • James Tilly Matthews and the Air Loom, by Mike Jay, MikeJay.net (2006), 9p
  • The “Soft Kill” Fallacy, by Steven Aftergood, Sept. 1994, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 7p +R
  • Electromagnetic weapons – Come fry with me: Experimental electromagnetic weaponry may soon see combat use, Economist, Jan. 30th 2003, 3p
  • Report: Nonlethal Weapons Could Target Brain, Mimic Schizophrenia, by Sharon Weinberger, 02.18.2008, Wired
  • Mind Control by Cell Phone – Electromagnetic signals from cell phones can change your brainwaves and behavior, by R. Douglas Fields, May 7, 2008, Scientific American, 2p
  • Preliminary report: Symptoms associated with mobile phone use, by B. Hocking (1998)
  • The Sound of Things to Come [Beamed Sound], by Marshall Sella, Mar. 23, 2003, New York Times
  • Hear Voices? It May Be an Ad [Schizophrenia], by Andrew Hampp, AdAge, Dec. 10, 2007
  • I hear voices: Could highly directional sound advertising be the next big thing? [Schizophrenia] by Steve Guttenberg, CNET, Dec. 20, 2007
  • For Your Ears Only [Schizophrenia], by Alex Mindlin, Dec. 9, 2007, New York Times
  • One generation is all they need [Brain Chipping], by Kevin Haggerty, Toronto Star, Dec. 10, 2000, 5p
  • The future of mind control – People already worry about genetics. They should worry about brain science too, The Economist, May 23, 2002, 2p
  • The Impact of Electricity on Earth, Man, Civilisation and Culture, by Wilfried Zimmermann, 7p ref.
  • The Microwave Menace Is Zapping Us All, Warns Writer Paul Brodeur, by Jim Jerome, People Magazine, Jan. 30, 1978, 3p
  • The Influencing Machine, by Christopher Turner, Cabinet Magazine, 2004
  • Synthetic Consciousness and Mass Communication, by JC Collins, Nov. 17, 2014, Philosophy of Metrics (Blog), 3p
  • New non-contact, remote biometric tool could be next advance in computer security, Sep. 25, 2017, University at Buffalo, 2p
  • RNC to Feature Unusual Forms of Sound, by Amanda Onion, Aug. 25, 2004, ABC News, 2p
  • World’s First Nanoradio Could Lead to Subcellular Remote-Control Interfaces, by Emmet Cole, 11.01.2007, Wired, 2p
  • The Executive Summary: Neuropsychological and Electronic No-Touch Torture, by Robert Duncan, A.B., S.M., M.B.A., Ph.D. 04/2015, 8p
  • A team from MIT can read the words you think and turn them into speech, by Richard van Hooijdonk, Apr. 10, 2018
  • The brain scan that can read people’s intentions, by Ian Sample, The Guardian, 9 Feb. 2007
  • Implantable “Neural Dust” Enables Precise Wireless Recording of Nerve Activity, from Darpa.mil, 8/3/2016, 2p
  • Influencing Machines, by Geoff Shullenberger, RealLifeMag.com, 2017
  • Utility Fog: The Stuff that Dreams Are Made Of, by J. Storrs Hall, July 5, 2001, 8p ill.
  • Immobots Take Control, by Wade Roush, Dec. 1, 2002, Intelligent Machines, TechnologyReview.com, 7p
  • Neuromorphic computing – The machine of a new soul, by The Economist, Apr. 2013, 7p ill.
  • Nanomachine, from Metal Gear Wiki, 5p
  • Nanotechnology scenarios: ethics and science fiction, by Dónal P. O’Mathúna (2010), 7p ref.
  • Future Medicine: Nanomedicine, by Syed Abeer (2012), 12 +I +R
  • Discovery of Nanotubes in Ancient Damascus Steel, by M. Reibold et al. (2009), 4p ill. +R
  • Ancient Indian Culture and Nanotechnology, by Ramesh Baboo (2015), 4p +R
  • Transcendence (2014) – Esoteric Analysis, by JaysAnalysis.com, Aug. 2014, 2p
  • Nuclear Electromagnetic Pulse, by Jerry Emanuelson, Futurescience, LLC (2012) [L]
  • Return of the Dragon: Hazards of Man-Made Magnetism, by David Yarrow, Ratville Times, Ratical.org (1990) (54-page 4-Part Series on Electromagnetism) [L]
  • Bioelectrodynamics in Living Organisms, by Shu-Ang Zhou &Mitsuru Uesaka, University of Tokyo, 27 Dec. 2005 (23-pages) [L]
  • ELF Waves and EEG Entrainment a Psychotronic Warfare Possibility, by Bob Beck, Adapged from 1978 United States Psychotronic Association Conference in Atlanta, GA, Jan-Feb 1980 [L]
  • Bioeffects of Selected Nonlethal Weapons(fn 1), by USAINCOM FOI/PA, 1998 (Unclassified) [L]
  • New Instruments of Surveillance and Social Control: Wireless Technologies which Target the Neuronal Functioning of the Brain, by Dr. Kingsley Dennis, Global Research, Mar. 09, 2008 [L]
  • Inner Voice, Target Tracking, and Behavioral Influence Technologies, by John J. McMurtrey, M. S., Christians Against Mental Slavery, Slavery.org.uk, 2004 [L]
  • Best Mind Control Documentary Excerpts, by Cheryl Welsh, MindJustice.org, Feb. 2003 [L]
  • Neurobiology: A case study of the imminent militarization of biology, by Mark Wheelis & Malcolm Dando, 2005 [L]
  • Return to Eden? Promises and Perils on the Road to a Global Superintelligence, by Francis Heylighen, Global Brain Institute, 2015 (31-pages) [L]
  • Mind Control: The Ultimate Brave New World, by Nick Begich (56-page Chapter from Book: Earth Rising: The Revolution Toward a Thousand Years of Peace, 2000) [L]
  • The Forgotten Era of the Brain: The work of Jose Delgado, a pioneering star, by Paul Horgan, Scientific American, 2005 [L]
  • What Inspires Them: Science Fiction’s Impact on Science Reality, by Peter W. Singer, Chapter from Book: Wired for War: The Robotics Revolution and Conflict in the 21st Century (2009) [L]
  • The Coming Singularity,by Woodrow Barfield (31-page Chapter from book: Cyber-Humans: Our Future with Machines, 2015) [L]
  • Nanotechnology in the Age of Posthuman Engineering: Science Fiction as Science, by Colin Milburn, 2002 (35-pages) [L]
  • There’s Plenty of Room at the Bottom – An Invitation to Enter a New Field of Physics, by Richard P. Feynman, 1959 [L]
  • The Return of the Krell Machine – Nanotechnology, the Singularity, and the Empty Planet Syndrome [‘Forbidden Planet’, 1956], by Steven B. Harris, 2001/2 (23-pages) [L]
  • Our Posthuman Future, by Francis Fukuyama (2002) [Notes with Critique of book] [L]
  • The Nanotechnology Revolution, by Adam Keiper, The New Atlantis (2003) [L]
  • Mind Control with Electromagnetic Frequency, by Ms. Soleilmavis Liu, Jan 2015, 10pgs + refs. [PDF] [L]
  • What is a Private Purgatory, Marlin Fitzwater? [Electronic Harassment; Organized Stalking], from Angelfire.com, 2pgs 1.0
  • Maser Beams Reading Subvocalised Thoughts, Mind Control, by Geeldon (Blog), 2011, 2pgs 1.0
  • Masers and Mind Control, by Geeldon (Blog), 2011, 1pg 1.5
  • Inputs for psychosocial dynamics conducive to torture and ill-treatment report [Neuroweapons; Organized Stalking], [author unknown], 20th Jun 2020, India, 3pgs [PDF] 1.0
  • The Matrix Manipulation of Dreams, by Montalk (Site) Oct/16/2001, 14pgs ill. [L] 3.0
  • Electromagnetic Manipulation [Mind Control; Patented Technologies], by Moon Destroyer (Blog), 3pgs ill. 1.0
  • Sensitization (and Why it Works so Well), by Jeremy, Jan 24, 2011, Zersetzung.org, 3pgs + Comm. 1.0
  • Obvious and Non-Obvious Uses of Electronic Mind Control, by Jeremy, Mar 17, 2011, Zersetzung.org, 3pgs + Comm. 1.5
  • Mind Control 102: The Coercive Induction of Artificial Thoughts and Dreams into the Human Mind, by Zersetzung.org, 13pgs Ills. 1.0
  • Government Technology to Read Your Thoughts and Implant New Ones, by hassam, Zersetzung.org, 2pgs + comm. 1.5
  • Physical Mind Control (Site Homepage) [EEG & Radar; Electronic Torture], 9pgs Ill. 1.5
  • Cases of Electronic Torture, Abuse & Experimentation, and Organised Stalking (European Testimony Compilation), (editor unknown), 250pgs [PDF] [L] 1.5
  • Being a Targeted Individual: What to do at each phase, by Organised Stalking South Africa (Blog), August 8, 2015, 3pgs + com. 1.5
  • Vulnerable after Decades of Mental Torture, A Misleading Million Dollar Promise Sets Up a Tumultuous Plummet, by Markus Scorelius, Oct 9, 2021, Medium, 11pgs [L] 1.5
  • We are all biological computers that can be hacked [Nanoparticles; Covid-19 Vaccines], by Shanhenry, June 2021, Stem Geeks, 1pg 1.0
  • Illuminati Mind Control – Brain Wave Programming, by Jendts, Truth is Stranger Than Fiction (Tumblr), 9pgs 1.5
  • John St. Clair Akwei vs. NSA [EMF Brain Stimulation], by John St. Clair Akwei, 5pgs + Refs. [PDF] 1.0
  • US Electromagnetic Weapons and Human Rights, by Peter Phillips, Lew Brown and Bridget Thornton, 2006, 60pgs [PDF] [L]
  • Mass Zombification via Remote Biohacking: The Farce Awakens, by Steve Kelly, Aug 28, 2020, Piece of Mindful, 9pgs + coms. + ref. 2.0
  • To Hell with Tyranny: The Invisible War, by Andrew Seefeldt, 2019, 85pgs [PDF] [L] 1.5
  • DARPA’s Neurotech Research Resonates With Tesla’s Mind Control [+ Electromagnetic Torture comments], by Tim Hinchliffe, 2019, sociable.co, 5pgs + coms. 1.0
  • Directed Energy Weapons (Electromagnetic Torture), by David Perreault (Site), Mar 19, 2022, 2pgs 1.0
  • Gangstalking: A Real Phenomenon or “It’s All Just in Your Head”? by George H. Stewart, 20pgs + ref. [L] 1.5
  • Government Guinea Pigs? Investigating the Claims of ‘Targeted Individuals’ Who Insist They’re Being Stalked, Tortured, by Kim Whiting, Jun 2021, The Reporters inc., 22pgs + Comms. [L] 1.5
  • Mind Games [Electronic Harassment, Gang Stalking, MK-Ultra], by Sharon Weinberger, Jan 14, 2007, Washington Post, 14pgs [L] 1.5
  • Neuro-Physical And Electronic No Touch Torture Report, by Paul Statchen (Blog), 14/9/2016, 20pgs ills. [L] 1.5
  • Because They Can: Predators Protected By The Law (Harassment & Torture With Bio-Coded Directed Energy), by Nizin Lopez (Blog), July 6, 2022, 5pgs 1.0
  • Protection From Neuro-Electromagnetic Frequency Mind Control Weapons, by George Farquhar, Project Freedom Network, 20pgs [L] 1.0
  • What Is Gang Stalking Targeted Individuals (Zersetzung), by David Perreault (Site), July 19, 2022, 11pgs [L] 2.0
  • Who Are Targeted Individuals, by David Perreault (Site), Mar 17, 2022, 18pgs [L] 2.5
  • Symptoms: Mind Control/Electronic Harassment/Organized Stalking (List), (author unknown), 4pgs 1.0
  • The Neuro Rights Initiative knows about Targeted Individuals: torture with organized vigilante stalking and directed energy weapons (Remote Neuro Influencing technology), by Nizin Lopez (Blog), Feb 13, 2022, 8pgs 1.5

OCCULT & SUPERNATURAL

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