Plausible Explanations

1) Secret Police Extrajudicial Entrapment/Institutionalization-

This government based program via CIA/DoD is believed to be used for the purpose of entrapping targeted individuals by coercing them to commit crimes via voice-to-skull (v2k) technologies or to make them appear mentally ill/adjudicated. The ultimate goal of this program is to make a targeted individual end up in an institution, such as a prison, jail, or a mental hospital. The rationale for these government agencies is to avoid laws, courts, evidence, and international treaties by taking extrajudicial justice into their own hands. DO NOT listen to the perpetrator who is coercing you into committing an illegal act and/or refuse mental institutionalization if you are hearing a voice (or voices) that cannot be treated via psychiatric medications. There is a well documented history of these agencies creating programs with this objective, which is known as gaslighting.

Gaslighting is a form of manipulation that seeks to sow seeds of doubt in a targeted individual or in members of a targeted group, hoping to make them question their own memory, perception, and sanity. Using persistent denial, misdirection, contradiction, and lying, it attempts to destabilize the target and delegitimize the target’s belief. Many well documented agents, actors/actresses, citizens were targeted by the FBI and CIA with these gaslighting programs for the intended purpose of destroying a person’s livelihood, career, and relationships.

2) Human Experimentation (MK-Ultra 2k)-

Another theory is that this government based program via CIA/DoD is used for the purpose of human experimentation. The CIA in the 1950’s began experimenting on individuals (including their own agents and members of military) via psychedelic drugs and torture techniques via the MK-Ultra program. These experiments were even conducted on mental hospital patients. Some techniques include sensory overload, sensory deprivation, and drugging. These experiments lead to intelligent individuals ending up in mental institutions, committing atrocities (Unabomber), and also deaths (CIA Agent Frank Olsen). These techniques have been adapted by the CIA as torture techniques that are still currently used.

After a massive public uproar and lawsuit against the CIA was won by the family of a CIA agent, Frank Olsen, the CIA has possible gone away from using obvious and archaic techniques such as drugging with hallucinogens to utilizing new technologies. New technologies are emerging from private companies that can read minds and also transmit thoughts via voice-to-skull. These black budget agencies and departments have been the pioneers of technologies such as the internet (ARPANET), which can draw the rational conclusion that new technologies have already been developed by the government before any corporation.  New microwave or sonic weapons might be tested on citizens without their consent via the CIA Guidance document AR 2-2.

3) Covert Genocide Program-

This program is potentially used to remove specific demographics, races, political groups, religious believers from this earth. While similar to the first assertion, this differs in that the ultimate goal of these agencies is to kill all members of a targeted group. Many targeted individuals seem to have a common cross-thread of experiences that culminate to the seemingly unknown reasoning or motive behind these microwave or ultrasound weapons. Certain demographics seem to be a set group that is being under surveillance and remotely attacked.

Frightening enough, many Nazi’s were brought into the USA after World War II secretively for the purpose of utilizing them in the American government. This program is also known as Project Paperclip. Nazi torturers, scientist, and sympathizers were brought into the USA to learn of the propaganda, weapon construction, and horrifying enough for their torture techniques. The inventions and techniques are still used till this day by these agencies. These Nazi based government members and newly citizens had offspring who worked for the previously mentioned government agencies. An example is Klaus Barbie.

Operation Paperclip was a secret program of the Joint Intelligence Objectives Agency (JIOA) largely carried out by Special Agents of Army CIC, in which more than 1,600 German scientists, engineers, and technicians, such as Wernher von Braun and his V-2 rocket team, were recruited in post-Nazi Germany and taken to the U.S. for government employment, primarily between 1945 and 1959. Many were former members, and some were former leaders, of the Nazi Party.[1][2]

The primary purpose for Operation Paperclip was U.S. military advantage in the Russo–American Cold War, and the Space Race. The Soviet Union were more aggressive in forcibly recruiting (at gunpoint) more than 2,200 German specialists – a total of more than 6,000 people including family members – with Operation Osoaviakhim during one night on October 22, 1946.[3]

The Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) established the first secret recruitment program, called Operation Overcast, on July 20, 1945, initially “to assist in shortening the Japanese war and to aid our postwar military research”.[4] The term “Overcast” was the name first given by the German scientists’ family members for the housing camp where they were held in Bavaria.[5] In late summer 1945, the JCS established the JIOA, a subcommittee of the Joint Intelligence Community, to directly oversee Operation Overcast and later Operation Paperclip.[6] The JIOA representatives included the army’s director of intelligence, the chief of naval intelligence, the assistant chief of Air Staff-2 (air force intelligence), and a representative from the State Department.[7] In November 1945, Operation Overcast was renamed Operation Paperclip by Ordnance Corps (United States Army) officers, who would attach a paperclip to the folders of those rocket experts whom they wished to employ in America.[5]

In a secret directive circulated on September 3, 1946, President Truman officially approved Operation Paperclip and expanded it to include one thousand German scientists under “temporary, limited military custody”.[8][9][10]

Nikolaus Barbie (26 October 1913 – 25 September 1991) was an SS and Gestapofunctionary during the Nazi era. He was known as the “Butcher of Lyon” for having personally tortured French prisoners of the Gestapo while stationed in Lyon, France. After the war,  the U.S. Army Counterintelligence Corps (CIC) employed him for their anti-Marxist efforts and also helped him escape to Bolivia, in South America.[2]

The United States Army Counter Intelligence Corps (Army CIC) was a World War II and early Cold War intelligence agency within the United States Army consisting of highly trained Special Agents. Its role was taken over by the U.S. Army Intelligence Corps in 1961 and, in 1967, by the U.S. Army Intelligence Agency. Its functions are now performed by its modern-day descendant organization; United States Army Counterintelligence. The National Counter Intelligence Corps Association (NCICA), a veterans’ association, was established in the years immediately following World War II by Military Intelligence agents who had served in every area of military and domestic operations. The organization meets annually. Its newsletter, the Golden Sphinx, is published quarterly.

United States Army Counterintelligence is the component of United States Army Military Intelligence which conducts counterintelligence activities to detect, identify, assess, counter, exploit and/or neutralize adversarial, foreign intelligence services, international terrorist organizations, and insider threats to the United States Army and U.S. Department of Defense.[1]

Military and civilian personnel trained and appointed to conduct counterintelligence investigations and operations are credentialed and titled as Counterintelligence Special Agents (occasionally referred to simply as “CI” or “Army Intelligence Agents”), and carry badge and credentials identifying their status as federal law enforcement officers. Within the Army, these agents have arrest powers (aka apprehension authority) and jurisdiction in the investigation of national security crimes such as treasonspyingespionageseditionsubversionsabotage with intent to damage national defense, and support to international terrorism, while other criminal matters are investigated by the United States Army Criminal Investigation Command aka Army CID.[2][3] In other branches of the U.S. military, the counterintelligence mission is performed by the Office of Special Investigations for the Air Force, and the Naval Criminal Investigative Service for the Navy and Marine Corps, which also conduct general criminal investigations for their respective services. The Army continues to keep these two investigative channels separate via Army CI and Army CID, even though parallel investigations do happen periodically.

Counterintelligence Special Agents are the operational/investigative personnel within United States Army Counterintelligence who actually conduct the various counterintelligence activities. Duties may include the investigation of national security crimes using special investigative procedures; conducting counterintelligence operations; processing intelligence evidence; protecting sensitive technologies; preparing and distributing reports; conducting source operations; debriefing personnel for counterintelligence collections; and supporting counter-terrorism operations.

Senior counterintelligence personnel provide guidance to junior Special Agents and supervise their training; conduct liaison and operational coordination with foreign and U.S. law enforcement, security, and intelligence agencies; plan and conduct counterintelligence operations/activities related to national security; conduct high-profile counterintelligence collection activities and source operations ranging from overt to clandestine collection; conduct surveillance operations; providing support for counterintelligence analytical products, to include preparing counterintelligence reports, estimates, and vulnerability assessments; and with additional training, may conduct technical surveillance countermeasures (TSCM), credibility assessment examinations, or exploit cyber threats.

Senior Counterintelligence Special Agents are also often assigned to U.S. Army Special Forces groups to assist with liaison, source operations, and intelligence investigations (typically in support of force protection); while also working closely with other intelligence collectors. These “Special Operations Forces (SOF)” CI Agents are granted the Enlisted Special Qualification Identifier (SQI) “S” or Officer Skill Code “K9” after successfully graduating from Airborne School, and after they have spent 12–24 months with a SOF unit; which may also require Agents complete additional unit level training and/or: Ranger SchoolSERE School, or applicable JSOU courses.

Zersetzung (German; variously translated as decomposition, corrosion, undermining, biodegradation or dissolution) is a psychological warfare technique that was first used by Nazi Germany as part of the accusation Wehrkraftzersetzung against political opponents (which typically resulted in death penalties). Decades later, during the Honecker era, the Stasi, the East German secret police used the accusation Zersetzung to silence political opponents by repression.

The Stasi used Zersetzung essentially as a means of psychological oppression and persecution.[14] Findings of operational psychology[15] were formulated into method at the Stasi’s College of Law (Juristische Hochschule der Staatssicherheit, or JHS), and applied to political opponents in an effort to undermine their self-confidence and self-esteem. Operations were designed to intimidate and destabilise them by subjecting them to repeated disappointment, and to socially alienate them by interfering with and disrupting their relationships with others as in social undermining. The aim was to induce personal crises in victims, leaving them too unnerved and psychologically distressed to have the time and energy for anti-government activism.[16] The Stasi intentionally concealed their role as mastermind of the operations.[17][18] Author Jürgen Fuchs was a victim of Zersetzung and wrote about his experience, describing the Stasi’s actions as “psychosocial crime”, and “an assault on the human soul”.[16]

The Stasi used Zersetzung tactics on individuals and groups. There was no particular homogeneous target group, as opposition in the GDR came from a number of different sources. Tactical plans were thus separately adapted to each perceived threat.[49] The Stasi nevertheless defined several main target groups:[17]

  • Associations of people making collective visa applications for travel abroad.

  • Artists’ groups critical of the government.

  • Religious opposition groups.

  • Youth subculture groups.

  • Groups supporting the above (human rights and peace organisations, those assisting illegal departure from the GDR, and expatriate and defector movements).

  • The Stasi also occasionally used Zersetzung on non-political organisations regarded as undesirable, such as the Watchtower Society.[50]

Prominent individuals targeted by Zersetzung operations included Jürgen Fuchs, Gerulf Pannach, Rudolf Bahro, Robert Havemann, Rainer Eppelmann, Reiner Kunze, husband and wife Gerd and Ulrike Poppe, and Wolfgang Templin.

Muslims, black people, those of varying sexual orientation, drug users, hackers, darknet users, and sexually promiscuous people seem to be targeted groups who are coerced, harassed, gaslight, and ultimately killed with a heart attack via satellite based weapons. The technique mute-voice is used to channel thoughts into a target individuals head, as if they appear like innate thoughts created from one’s own mind. The purpose is to potentially create a situation where the targeted individual could be killed, such as walking into traffic, committing suicide, or shot by law enforcement officers. DO NOT listen to these voices that command you to ever do something that you know is not safe or potentially dangerous.

Another front of  this attack used upon citizens with seemingly ordinary lives, careers, and lifestyles is the use of wildly prescribed opiate based drugs, which began to be proliferated in the USA around the early 2000’s. A possible reasoning of these agencies is to make hardworking and successful citizens screened as susceptible to hard drug use. The FDA suspiciously approved a wide spectrum distribution of opiate based drugs, until the rate of societal problems became to much to not appear obvious or because the large number of fatal occurrences after heavy usage. In the meantime, provenly safer drugs such as cannabis were kept illegal.

The ultimate goal is to make the targeted individuals use dangerous drugs as a means of coping with their targeting and to eventually lead to a fatal overdose from hard drugs, as a means of killing people silently from an outsiders perspective. These outsiders such as family members, friends, and people of the community (law enforcement and emergency medical personnel) view this as a user of drugs that only died from an overdose. Many targeted individuals have mentioned their co-current use of alcohol or illegal drugs to feel normal. DO NOT use and/or TRY TO ABSTAIN from drugs or alcohol to cope with your targeting. Remember that the ultimate purpose of this program is to kill you and make it appear as a coroners reported “simple” drug overdose or induced death.