DARPA Using Aerosolized Nanoparticles To Dumb Down America For Mind Control Subjugation Reader 02/27/2023 (Mon) 10:11 Id: 265dc7 No.19796 del
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DARPA Using Aerosolized Nanoparticles To Dumb Down America For Mind Control Subjugation

Our “friends” at DARPA have been busy making nightmares into reality for a long time. The story of the permanent destruction of humanity begins with the unlikely name of Dr. William Casebeer.

Dr. Bill, as his fellow diabolist Dr. James Giordano calls him, set up a project called Narrative Networks at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). This was an attempt to refine a means of changing people’s beliefs with messages. Media strategies, slogans, symbols and memes as a means of building a network of government friendly narratives to replace the stories people may otherwise tell – about everything.

It is a means of protecting power from the consequences of comparison with reality. It was quaintly described in 2011 as a means to a mastery of propaganda, whose aim to brainwash whole populations was fanciful because it was impossible.

This is no longer the case. The technology has improved to make this technique a mere footnote. The focus has shifted from the virtual to the actual. The battle for reality will no longer be restricted to displays on screen. The battlefield of the future is the brain. Yours.

Dr. James Giordano begins his enthusiastic sales pitch for his technological zombie apocalypse with a warning. His audience of young US military types is told:

"What I’m going to hear is not applause at the end but the slamming shut of your sphincters with fear. That’s good."

He is a man without a past, with no record of his life that I can discover on the internet. He appears to have sprung from the machine he adores, his name entrained with credentialed honors. Each title he owns is a euphemism for evil.

Giordano is working to make real a prediction from fifty years ago:

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