Cheap junk. Manufacturer is PURCHASING 5-Star Reviews. The keyboard and mouse are light, cheap junk. Inside the box is included a card (see attached image) offering to give the purchaser a $15 Amazon gift card in exchange for their review. No wonder this product has all of the five-star reviews. I suspect a lot of people are willing to write a false review for a measly $15 because this is certainly no five-star product. I'd give it two or three stars because it is, at least, functional, but I hated the keyboard which has thin keys and no good tactile way to determine finger placement. But I'm instead leaving one star in protest against the manufacturer's outright purchasing of reviews. I wonder if Amazon is knowingly complicit in this practice. It wouldn't be their first rodeo, would it? I'm referring to all of those "VINE reviews of free product" you see on various items.
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That [...] the Democratic Societies in the United States, may have [...] actually had a separation of the People from their Government in view, is too evident to be questioned."
- George Washington, in letter to George Washington Snyder, October 24, 1798, Mount Vernon (The Writings of George Washington, vol. 20, p. 518).
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The astute observer will take note that this particular bearded Latino does not appear to be a "white nationalist" terrorist, yet for some reason he is standing up for the United States Constitution and Bill of Rights. I would never have thought such a thing possible, based on what I've seen in the CIA-controlled American mass media. I thought only racist southern white people would take such a preposterous position. Now, I just wonder how long it will take for the American people to start worrying about the many other infringments upon their constitutionally-protected rights ... like the TSA goons at our airports, even for domestic flights, but I digress ...
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(Updated 2017-09-19 to fix broken link.)
It's always nice to see a spike in website traffic due to a link from another person's blog or website. Early this afternoon (today is 2015-02-22) I noticed a dozen and a half hits from a foreign website. I checked and found that D'Armand Charrell, a Spanish-language blogger from Venezuela, had posted a translation of my lead article ("You Won't See This on Fox News") on his website. After reviewing Charrell's "translation," I was disturbed to find that he had completely changed the meaning of a key paragraph in my article.
The original paragraph on my site reads as follows (key sentence highlighted yellow):
Someone decided that the technology should be mass implanted into large numbers of civilians under conditions of absolute secrecy. A program of classified military ("black") operations was put into operation to accomplish this goal no later than the 1970s or 1980s. In order to prevent the public from becoming aware of this, or victims from understanding what was ha;ppening to them, numerous disinformation operations were implemented. State-controlled channels of ostensibly "private" mass communication (e.g., newspapers, television, paperback books) began promoting stories about "alien abduction." The medical/psychiatric industry (also by this time effectively an arm of the state) purposefully defined the symptoms likely to be reported by neurotechnology subjects as official diagnostic criteria for psychotic disorders (e.g., schizophrenia) (see Weaponized Psychiatry).
However, Charrell's "translation" added an entire clause to the above sentence, with the effect that the modified sentence connotes the exact opposite meaning to the one I had intended:
"Que en realidad ocurrieron" means "which in reality occurred." The addition of this clause is clearly an intentional distortion and misrepresentation of my words. The whole point of my website is to call attention to the fact that MKULTRA operations are more widespread than ever, using all kinds of disinformation to confuse victims, particularly including stories about "alien abduction." I understand that there are many naive but innocent people who buy into this stuff. And I probably wouldn't be terribly upset if someone made a good faith translation of my work and published on their own site, even if they then proceeded to argue a point or disagree with me publicly.
What makes this action by Charrell so egregious, however, is that he chose to incorporate his point of view -- the disinformation spin -- by directly incorporating it into a translation of my own words, without any permission from me or notice to the reader. The effect is that the reader comes away thinking that I wrote the exact opposite of what I actually did.
That is just plain fraud.
I ran Charrell's "translation" through a couple of online translation systems to put his version of my words back into English, so that I could try and see if there were any other material misrepresentations of my work. However, these systems do such a poor job of translation that it's difficult for me to tell what's what. When time permits, I'll find a trusted source that speaks Spanish and have them check it for me.
Here is a screen shot of Charrell's Twitter page, which may reveal a bit about the author:
Disclaimer: Because I support the fact that John Finch is maintaining a list of names of victims of contemporary human rights abuses, I give him the benefit of the doubt and have published some of his material here on my site. However, I do not endorse the explanations he promotes, many of which I believe are likely disinformation.
January 24, 2015
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An excerpt from a list of "support groups" provided by the FFCHS ("Freedom From Covert Harassment and Surveillance") circus. In addition to the 007 and other double-oh references, the observant reader will note frequent usage of the numeric identifiers 32 and 33 in the FFCHS contact lists, covertly signifying association with the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, which is directly connected to the financing of MKULTRA operations. See the rest of the research section of this website for more on that. Of course, the people who give themselves away so easily by public use of these codes likely rank among the lowest order of minions.
It seems to me that Nuremberg-style trials would be appropriate. That was possible to do in World War II because there was an "Allied" force to invade and take out the Germans. But now there is a single order of things (despite what the state-controlled media claims) which includes most western countries,1 so there is no longer any external power capable of intervening and putting a stop to this nightmare. The whole planet is turning into a living hell.
Meanwhile, the complicit assholes in America and other countries walk around with smirks on their faces because they feel like they've been selected for the "in crowd" and are somehow smarter than the common fools who haven't figured out what's going on. But history shows us that in any dictatorship, the collaborators are the first to be eliminated when their usefulness has run out or any question arises as to their loyalty.
The above material was published at approximately 7:30PM last night. Note that the image above shows a portion of an e-mail sent by Derrick Robinson to his FFCHS mass mailing list. I took a screen capture of a particular portion of the message in order to call attention to it here on my blog, with the above commentary. After publishing this page, I sent a link out to my own mass e-mail list.
A few hours later, I received the e-mail correspondence reproduced below from one Nina Sidorova. She is apparently the leader of one of the "support groups" listed in Derrick's mass e-mail, apparently in the area of San Jose, California. Notice that her computer displays e-mail envelope information in the Russian language and she is using a Russian e-mail server. Why is that? What is going on here? More importantly, what is that bit about costing her any of her fingers? This is some extremely bad stuff going on here.
I have apparently touched a nerve somewhere.
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