Cisco Internet Backbone and CIA
Psychology is struggling to control the narrative of organized gang stalking, and doing a really bad job of it, because some of there favored labels for political dissidents and whistle blowers are being exposed as little more than political smears with official diagnostic criterion.
Paranoia, schizophrenia, delusions that people are being persecuted, followed, or harassed- all of this and more is happening all across America today, as the thousands of miles, and the improbabilities and the impossibilities of actual contact between the average citizen and intelligence officers and agents are no longer impossibilities at all: they are a daily fact of life for every citizen, as Google, Facebook, Snapchat or Twitter have put all of us one click away from these agents every single day.
So, whereas once psychologists could keep institutional and social control of the narratives of “mentally ill” people who claim that the “CIA is spying on me,” or that the “FBI is out to get me,” and other such claims, and psychologists have long ignored these claims as delusions, it is no longer the case that prospective patients are wrong in any sense, because, , ll of our communications are intercepted, and our lives moniored.
Previous to the era of the internet, it was nearly un-imaginable that the average person would come into contact with a CIA case officer or other intelligence agency operator, today, these same are compiling dossiere’s and databases full of profiles about every one of us, and today, as secret, hidden operators monitor our social media, cell phones, and emails in real time, we are as close as a click on Facebook, or a phone call to a foreigner.
Compounding that, is the fact that these agents have eradicated the barriers between civilian and agency boundaries, as the float in and out of the government, to the corporate sector; in and out of one top-secret clearance and into cold capitalism the next, and back again.
So, the next time a patient or a ‘delusional’ or ‘psychotic’ individual tells you that thee is a spook on their internet backbone, listen a little bit more, because, well, there is in fact a spook network spread across every connection, at every minute.
Here- from Forbes magazine, meet Chris Burgess, one of the many spooks on my Cisco router:
Cisco Internet Backbone and CIA https://www.forbes.com/sites/realspin/2012/10/12/what-do-former-cia-spies-do-when-they-quit-the-spy-game/#2df634382374
Chris Burgess, now COO and CSO of Atigeo, a Bellevue, Washington firm focused on mining Big Data. The second was Ren Stelloh, who until July 2012 was CEO
After retiring with 30+ years of service from the Agency, I spent several years as adviser to Cisco System’s Chief Security Officer, and I found Cisco was doing great work; they’re one of the backbones of the internet. The more info you can provide to the more people, the better people can see and understand what was obscured
Now I’m COO and CSO of Atigeo and we’re a compassionate technology company. We want to provide the tools to mine big data, as that is unquestionably the major resource of this century