I spent the night reading up on the odd life and death of a savant: Aaron Swartz, who, for pro or con, was an idealist, and who was likely pushed to the edge like many sensitives are, by the heavy hand of government, aided by corporatocracy™. This is what corporatism does when it sends its … Continue reading What the sauvages are reading today: Moss David Posner comes home, with a bonus thirteen
I grew up with concentration camp survivors and members of Catholic High Orders alike, in an era where I watched black leaders, and white Irish leaders murdered on TV which "the kids today"only read about-but I never once saw a Jewish leader murdered-not even in the middle east, and then, only if it were Jews … Continue reading Politics and OGS: a tale of two hatreds
"Institutions will try to preserve the problem to which they are the solution."-the Shirky-Masnik bureaucracy perpetuation principle. A tale of two Doctors: Moss David Posner versus Lorraine Sheridan, and the author of the resoundingly debunked study on gang stalking. The Good Doctor Posner Dr. Moss David Posner was an M.D., and a former Viet Nam draft … Continue reading The three Little Pigs and one Big, truly bad in a “good way” Wolf.
Organized stalking is symptom of a mental disease alright- the creeping institutional psychopathology of America's encroaching police and military state. And it's also a social disease, where victims who have not been targeted mock, or deride the claims of those who have been targeted. What do you call a world where the torturers mock their … Continue reading Gang stalking and punitive psychology: technology abuse meets bad government policy
While many people are currently being persecuted in ways that are seldom discussed in the news, when they write about it online, they are targeted for extra harassment by paid agents of the state-many states- who are seeking to create a class of citizens for whom justice is denied. While the actual cases of actual … Continue reading Organized stalking, the Martha Mitchell effect, and disinformation.