Monday, October 24, 2011

Do Modern Militaries Have Thought Control Weapons?

Many folks think that the thought control weapons do not exist and that they are a fictional story which shows up in Sci Fi movies and books, others blow it off as the topic of conspiracy theorists. Sure, all that is perhaps true too, but in this modern age of technology, you cannot tell me that such things do not exist to some degree right?

The reality is, that it is very easy to play around with frequencies and the human bio-system brain, etc. after all that's how the body operates, how biorythms work together, brain waves, nerve firings, which is why stun-guns work too, disrupting the nerve firings. I think it's kind of funny that anyone would debate the ability to do these things, or attempt to hide the research or classify it, maybe they just didn't want to call attention to themselves, I guess I don't blame them in that case.

The reason I say this is that if you go online and start looking up "thought control weapons" you find that all of the old studies have vanished, and no longer exist, but I assure there were plenty of papers on this topic which I'd read online in the mid-90s and prior to 911.

Today, the research that is easily accessible goes into every along the same lines of research, and it would be incompetent for the military not to do research on these things. And if the Military did experiments with LSD and the like, you know they would have tried every possible combination of frequencies to test the behavior for military purposes. I just do not see how anyone could deny that, regardless of the removed research papers on the Internet.

Anyway, I'd say the evidence is overwhelming, so I can't let anyone off the hook in challenging me on this one. Nevertheless, I am not a conspiracy theorist, I even enjoy coming up with conspiracy theories just for fun and entertainment, things to write about, so it's easy to spot the baloney, misdirection, etc.

For those in the intelligence community, which has grown at a staggering rate in the last 10-years, which now has some 700,000 plus people with security clearances, obviously they know all the little tricks of the trade which go on, and have heard enough rumors from people they know and trust, in the area there, well so have I, so let's not kid ourselves, and without passing judgment on this topic.

Meanwhile, at least for me, I really care more about the science here, because we can use what's known to fight wars, end battles, and get the enemy to turn and run, drop their weapons, start fighting themselves, fall asleep, or start fornicating or whatever the heck else we choose and boy, that sure beats dropping gas-air-weapons on them, and it also makes sense to stop riots from getting out of hand too. These abilities, techniques, non-lethal weapons, are useful plain and simple, even if the Electronic Freedom Foundation or various groups decry it. And it's probably not just the good ole' boys like Vannevar Bush, Timothy Leary, et al - way back when who did such experiments, especially since today - well, we know so much more right?

There are also weapons which cause hiding enemy war fighters to ramp up their aggression and come out of hiding guns blazing, then we shoot them, we also use megaphones challenging their manhood, calling them chicken etc, to cause them to come out and challenge, then the opposing force just shoots them. It was a common tactic in Gulf War I and II, so please consider all this.

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