LOL: Reporter Requests Nationalist Info From Counterterrorism Center, Gets Mind Control Documents Instead

This story started out rather basic – a reporter wanting to write about the Nationalist vs. Antifa conflict requested documents from a ZOG counterterrorism center.

Problem is, when he got his response from ZOG (filed through the Freedom of Information Act), things became incredibly bizarre in a very short amount of time.


The Washington State Fusion Center, a multi-agency counterterrorism center, accidentally released some puzzling documents this week: A dossier on the effects of remote mind control, a media report claims.

Investigative journalism site Muckrock filed a Freedom of Information Act request with the center, looking for documents on Fusion’s investigations into white supremacist groups and far-left activists Antifa. Among the trove of documents they got back was a file titled “EM effects on human body.”

The file contained an apparent explanation of the effects of electromagnetic waves on the human body. These waves, one document explained, can read and broadcast a person’s thoughts, manipulate their limbs, control their dreams, and create sensations, from agonizing all-over body pain to involuntary orgasm, the report states.  

Another document seems to explain how electromagnetic mind-control weapons can be deployed by satellite, through mobile phones, or from equipment hidden in the back of a sinister-looking black van.

Nowhere in the file is any research by the Center on this technology mentioned, nor is the origin of the images explained. No agency logos are present on the images, and it is unclear whether they were intended for a different release or not. Likewise, they could simply have belonged to a member of staff and found their way into the FOIA release by accident.

Anybody who has ever known me understands that I tend to be highly skeptical of the “conspiracy” crowd due to the fact that that specific section of the internet draws in some serious undesirables from time to time.

However, and this is a big one, the American experimentation on its own people cannot easily be dismissed as a conspiracy theory due to the overwhelming evidence that is only a click or two away – including admissions from the government itself.

And typically, we’re talking about some rather twisted things here: MKUltra and its sister/child programs, the odd mass pardon of the Unit 731 Japanese scientists after the end of the Second World War (Asians do have a penchant for brutality in certain situations), the introduction and approval of food products containing hormones and destructive amounts of soy, and a series of other experiments with chemical, nerve, and biological agents that continued until at least the 1970’s.

Knowing all of this, I cannot help but wonder at what we’re seeing out in the open today – it wouldn’t surprise me in the least if I learned that radio waves and other signals were being used to combat racial awareness among Whites.

I mean, they’ve already tried the medication route.

Source: Occidental Dissent

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