New Readers Start Here: Test every ROGS thesis, and then, get back to me.

As I state repeatedly here at ROGS, I ask you, the reader, to test and retest my many hypotheses. And also- I ask you to note that I am as non-sectarian as I can possibly be when it comes to religions, and bad cultural practices-I repudiate them all with equal ferocity, and I wrote ROGS … Continue reading New Readers Start Here: Test every ROGS thesis, and then, get back to me.

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Bacon bits and blowflies: linguistic analyses of news stories

I don't know who has a longer memory: me, or the internet. But I do recall the days before fake news too the place of "journalism." So-in the story below-note how the headline-which was once protected speech-is now "classified" as a "symbolic interaction" that is attacked all along it's internet journey from the old LA … Continue reading Bacon bits and blowflies: linguistic analyses of news stories

Psychiatry’s BIG “we are junk science” problem and artificial intelligence

Few doubt that psychiatry and psychology are fraught with junk science, or are as fields of study, politically motivated tools of corporate, secular and even sometimes, cultic religious  interests. Indeed, considering the non-secular and perverse narcisssim of Sigmund Freud-himself fueled by cocaine- and his nephew, the great Public Relation's hypnotist Edward Bernay's, we see that … Continue reading Psychiatry’s BIG “we are junk science” problem and artificial intelligence

OSI informers and Air Force and gang stalking: it’s a real operation

OSI informers and gang stalking and USAF UPDATE: This post gets almost as many hits per day as the post about CIA/FBI/etc recruitment of Mormons. Apparently, those who stalk "We the People," are very interested when they get outed as "real." How nice it feels to track, trap and trace the people who are doing … Continue reading OSI informers and Air Force and gang stalking: it’s a real operation

Gang stalking, Mormons, and the FBI

Many online narratives about gang stalking reference Mormon's, and many blog comments also. While at face value most gang stalking blogs are likely cover operations and recruitment centers for FBI or other agency informants, they are also sometimes actual narratives of people who are being targeted in these pseudo-investigations. UPDATE 07-20-2017: This is the singular … Continue reading Gang stalking, Mormons, and the FBI