Human Resources: Social Engineering in the 20th Century

Metanoia’s “Human Resources,” a follow-up to “Psywar,” concerns those social systems currently in effect which tend to induce a transformation in the free-born, natural human beings who enter them into spiritually broken worker-consumer drones and the behaviorist psychological theories which contributed directly to their development. (Contrary to widespread misconception, the corporate jargon term in question, “human resources,” does not refer to “resources for humans” but rather, “those resources which are human.”) As the gears of this terrible machine turn, a certain type of “progress” is made, one which leads directly toward the total enslavement of mankind. “Human Resources” is a fairly direct confrontation of the non-recognition of the intrinsic value of life which lies at the heart of psychopathy. [END] Permalink: Human Resources: Social Engineering in the 20th Century

Was Ted Kaczynski Really the Unabomber?

From the 1970′s to the 1990′s, a string of mail bomb attacks gained America’s attention. The bombs were peculiar in nature, having been made of wood and sometimes adorned with carvings. Eventually, a political manifesto, said to have been written by the bomber (or bombers — the authors refer to themselves as “we”) was published in the New York Times and Washington Post. In 1995, a Montana hermit named Ted Kaczynski was apprehended by the FBI and became known as the “lone nut” solely responsible for the attacks. So many times in the cases of the high-profile mass shootings, bombings and assassinations, there is speculation about some sort of MKULTRA-style mind control of the patsy, MKULTRA generally being used as a blanket term. In the case of the Unabomber, however, Kaczynski literally was a victim of a branch of the CIA’s MKULTRA proper at Harvard University, where he had been enrolled at the age of sixteen, and yet very little has been written about it from a skeptical viewpoint. As his brother, David, explains above, Ted was abused for three years in a program disguised as graduate psychological research but which actually sought behavior modification by covert means (and sounds a lot like Bill O’Reilly’s interview with Jeremy Glick). In Ted, we have all the ingredients of a supervillainous patsy, a new model of enemy to be devoured by the wrath of Joe Public, but is he really the guy, especially since it seems like guys like him — Atta and co., McVeigh and Nichols, Harris and Klebold, etc. — never really are, or at least that’s not the whole story? Many of the bombs, for instance, seem to have been beyond the ability of a man who lived without electricity. More information can be found here, here, here, here and here. [END] Permalink: Was Ted Kaczynski Really the Unabomber?

Monarch: The New Phoenix Program

Richard Nixon may have been correct when he said that the U. S. in Vietnam had shown a degree of restraint unprecedented in the annals of war, but not in the way he probably intended that statement to be taken. Here, Marshall Thomas’ “Monarch: The New Phoenix Program” documents various intelligence and military programs which, Thomas contends, are extensions of Vietnam-era assassination programs aimed at neutralizing political dissent in America by means of exotic technology designed to terrorize and harass opponents of the existing order. Errata are here. Thomas’ web site is here. Parts one, two and three are posted in reverse order per Thomas’ instructions for viewing. Certain sections of the three parts have some redundancies, such as the first fifteen minutes of parts one and three, but are unique overall. [END] Permalink: Monarch: The New Phoenix Program