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Government accidentally sends file on "remote mind control" methods to journalist

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The file included methods of "remote mind control."

So what gives?

Via the Daily Beast:

According to Muckrock, a nonprofit that publishes government information gathered through FOIA requests, the mind-control documents came from the Department of Homeland Security-linked agency in the form of a file called "EM effects on human body.zip." The file reportedly contained various diagrams detailing the horrors of "psycho-electronic weapon effects."

One diagram lists the various forms of torment supposedly made possible by using remote mind-control methods, from "forced memory blanking" and "sudden violent itching inside eyelids" to "wild flailing" followed by "rigor mortis" and a remotely induced "forced orgasm." It was not immediately clear how the documents wound up in the agency's response to a standard FOIA request, but there was reportedly no indication the "remote mind control" files stemmed from any government program.

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Does everyone understand the importance of this revelation? Look at the date and compare with the frequency of mass murders since 1974. This is about stopping rogue C|A/FB| controlled deep state that executes mass murders of YOUR schoolchildren (“behold a pale horse” by Milton Wm Cooper) using certain people with specific mental illnesses, mental therapy with psychotronic prescriptions, and these "psychotronic weapons" (read all the text in the diagrams) to 'hypnotize'. All to terrorize us into gun control. We can use this info to question the mass murderers if they heard voices in their heads, if they experienced the side effects listed in above diagrams. We can investigate the psychiatrists who prescribed the psychotronic drugs and therapy and determine C!A connections.


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