Thursday, February 27, 2014

Why Robert Won't Come out of the Shadows

Robbie, you little snake. You blow off my research into remote mind-reading technology, claiming it’s outdated material, but your whole book, The Matrix Deciphered, and the technology it describes, relies on the Robert G. Malech patent, which in turn relies on very same the mind-reading techniques that I discuss in both A Primer on V2K vs. Mind-Reading Technology and Evidence of Remote Neural Monitoring or Carefully Planned Disinformation, where I show this patent to be physically incapable of doing what it proposes to do. In fact, you claim in your first book that this patent is the “#1 secret” to all of this technology. So, can you explain this discrepancy to me? How can you use the Malech patent as the basis for your own claims while telling me that the exact same technology is outdated and invalid?

By your own definition (pg. 51 of Project Soul Catcher), you and others working for FFCHS have obviously been ‘psycho-bombing’ people (including me) through grunt recruits acting as your proxies. You state:

Anyone who writes or speaks about these topics gets attacked by psycho-bombs who are led to believe that the writer or speaker is part of the conspiracy that is torturing them.”

Why is it that people associated with FFCHS are always the first ones to yell “government agent”, when you and the rest of FFCHS are ADMITTED government agents?

What you don’t point out in your books is that the NSA/CIA/etc. wouldn’t be able to do this ‘psycho-bombing’ to create confusion without first taking pre-emptive measures by putting agents and grunt perps out in the field to inundate the TI community with false memes and paradigms – fake beliefs about the technology. You/they knew that there would be those of us who see through the lies who will come forward and refute them with real science, allowing you to excuse yourself as the poor victim while ‘psycho-bombing’ the scapegoat to distract and spin the perceived situation. True Zionism at work!

Project Soul Catcher is mostly a metaphorical discussion of the psychological techniques used in mind-control, but uses computer hacking terms and concepts in an attempt to explain it in a distorted way while not really saying much else. In spite of you telling me that the technology relies on advanced physics that I wouldn’t understand, the only physical technologies you refer to in either of your books are rather simple electromagnetic technologies that came out of MKULTRA years ago, and so there's absolutely no need for 'magic', as you call it. No quantum physics or secret science, either. It's simply a combination of electromagnetics, hypnotic induction techniques, subliminals, computer programming knowledge, profiling systems, information engineering, perhaps some psychosomatic influencing, and lots of psychological manipulation of targets through basic cult tactics, just like you and your little clique at FFCHS use to identify, recruit, and control trusting targets who come to you for help. There’s nothing in either book that I can't handle discussing, that's for sure!

Your books are nothing more than viral programming for the gullible reader. They misrepresent the truth, which is intended to lead the trusting reader into a state of cognitive dissociation and denial if/when they later come across a more accurate explanation than your over-generalized description of your ‘mind-hacking’ model. In fact, we can take your comment on pgs. 50-51 about mental illness symptoms, where you state, “Over generalizing categories of symptoms and not differentiating the names of illnesses with vastly different causes creates further confusion and misunderstandings” and apply it to what you’re doing by over-generalizing the techniques and technologies used in targeting, so that TIs will be confused and misunderstand the truth. This is why I want to discuss these claims of yours in detail, since only the details will clarify what’s true. But you’re deathly afraid of doing so, because you know that an objective analysis would reveal the truth about what you’re really up to.

Take away all the mumbo-jumbo and misused terminology you use and your ‘mind viruses’, etc. are shown to be nothing more than mind-control programming of gullible readers. In fact, the whole of your second book is written in a way that keeps the reader in a subjective frame of mind so that there’s very little chance of critical thinking going on while they input all the twisted memes to reprogram their worldview. Imagine how much better that would work if they were being bombarded with the subliminal flashes of a computer monitor at a frequency that induces a deeper hypnotic state while they read your material.

The biggest problem I have with what you promote is that you misrepresent or just completely avoid describing the methods that these techniques and technologies are used. If you were honest, people who read your material would know how to actually defeat the system that's used. But the more they believe in your false paradigm, the more they're locked into it, so that they fail to recognize that they're being negatively affected by the false information they choose to absorb, and they fail to realize that the targeting comes through their computers and cell phones more than anything else.

There's no realistic means of remote mind-control that you describe or allude to other than through querying and data-mining with known techniques and technologies to acquire whatever useful information might be gained from a target. No remote neural monitoring using fancy science that's years ahead of current knowledge, as you pretend. But of course, you need to promote that false meme to mislead and misdirect your ardent followers, don't you?

Why don't you explain to people that they can avoid the psychological and electromagnetic techniques by simply disengaging themselves from the main delivery systems? Why do you instead remain vague about it and only seem to be interested in amazing them with over-generalized allusions to the methods used while painting it over with just enough occultic mystification to keep them mesmerized?

All of these techniques and technologies that you rely on in your books are well established in the public arena, and well within most people’s ability to understand. There is no 'magic' involved.

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