Last year, the New York Times published a hit piece entitled “United States of Paranoia: They See Gangs of Stalkers.” The purpose of the article was to defame and discredit the exponentially growing number of good Americans that are being silently purged and cleverly neutralized under what can only be described as the illegal continuation and evolution of MK-ULTRA – the deep state backed torture and behavioral control program that admittedly ran for decades in the wake of WW2... To be frank, it is one of the most biased, shoddiest, and poorly researched articles I've ever read.
Mike McPhate, a journalist for the New York Times, wrote the article but did not reply to requests for comments. According to his public social media accounts, he has Journalism, Anthropology, and Asian Studies degrees from UC Santa Cruz and UC Berkeley. He does not appear to have much background writing on science, or writing on the long history of the abuses of power by a small percentage yet numerically large number of cliquish individuals in the deep state (the modern term for the military-industrial complex). In the period leading up to the date that his article to discredit targeted individuals was printed, Mr. McPhate was busy writing articles on zoo animals and the musical group ABBA. His official twitter account photo, as of the publication date of his hit piece, is pictured to the left. The picture seems to pay homage to the journalist’s enthusiasm for the Grateful Dead - another fact indicated on said social media account. Unfortunately, Mr. McPhate did not show any enthusiasm for objectivity and the truth in his article.
The article did not include any exploration of the science behind the ability of electromagnetic weapons to target, track, and cause trauma in the biological systems of humans. In fact, electromagnetic weapons – a subset of directed energy weapons (DEW), which have been studied by the military industrial complex and spy agencies for decades – were hardly discussed. Furthermore, the term was buried in the middle of the article as if to keep it out of the public’s consciousness – despite the covert use of these weapons being the primary means of subjugating and purging these “Targeted Individuals.” The article did not mention any of the countless peer-reviewed scientific studies showing the non-lethal, yet painful and unhealthy effects of certain types of non-ionizing radiation. It did not look into the various detection methods that our law enforcement has yet to deploy on American soil – from the use of electromagnetic spectrum analyzers to the analysis of the victims’ blood to identify known biomarkers – a red flag of epic proportions. Mr. McPhate does however, focus on the long established repression technique, used by spooks, that some refer to as organized stalking or gang-stalking (though the article does it in a dismissive, mocking, and non-objective manner).
Organized stalking has its modern roots in the tactics deployed by over zealous members of U.S. federal law enforcement agencies in the Vietnam era, under the name of COINTELPRO. The tactics were used to psychologically terrorize U.S. citizens to discredit them and neutralize them. The tactics were refined into a science by the Soviets in East Germany under the name Zersetzung - meaning “decay.” The tactics are now widely used on innocent American citizens for purposes of bringing pleasure and power to corrupt elements among the U.S. Oligarch and “National Security” classes. According to survey data from the advocacy group FFCHS, now PACTSntl, the number of victims have been growing exponentially since 9/11, and it’s clear that the purges, being carried out with electromagnetic weapons and repression tactics like organized stalking, have aims to destroy democracy and gruesomely reengineer society – similar to the terrible Nazi policy of Intelligenzaktion.
The article goes on to make gross omissions and errors, big and small. It leaves out key facts on some victims, like NSA veteran Karen Stewart; It shows even the most basic ignorance of the military industrial complex by referring to a Naval Academy graduate, and a legal whistleblower, as a soldier as if he were in the Army; it ignores the long-standing use of psychiatric reprisal to silence victims by calling them crazy... (one hundred years ago women suffragists were subjectively labelled mentally ill for having the “insane” desire to vote). Furthermore, the article makes no mention of the sly use of slow-killing chemical and biological agents on the victims, such as parasite eggs. The journalist even brings in an Australian psychologist to make grossly subjective statements about the victims, once again without the scientific method or any acknowledgement of the historical precedents and scientific literature that support the victims. Do they really believe that all Americans are stupid and lazy?
Some of the article’s structure can likely be attributed to editorial decisions of The Times, made to push their elitist agenda, and not to Mr. McPhate alone. The headline picture, for example, is one extreme example of bias. The targeted individual displayed, a beaten, battered and tortured former recording engineer looks very bizarre. A picture says a thousand words, as the old saying goes, and a poor picture has just as much of a negative and discrediting impact on the victims as slanted words. The other photos used in the article are no less biased, and display everyone in an unfairly bad light (See BiggerThanSnowden.com for images of what the average victim truly looks like). The sub-titles and even the often borrowed title itself, “United States of Paranoia,” adds further bias and negativity to the smear piece.
Since the days of Operation Mockingbird, the New York Times has maintained slavish obedience to the various deep state spy agencies and bureaucracies that operate behind the veil of the often abused National Security Act. The NYT gives the impression that all of these individuals, who number in the millions, are the most noble and selfless creatures to ever walk this Earth. We are all led to believe that they've discarded all human ambitions, desires, and foibles. Well.... I'm sure some have, and I'm sure that many more are just like you and I! Unfortunately, I also know that a very small percentage - that still amounts to hundreds of thousands - are rotten apples. At the same time, the New York Times has regularly attacked and baselessly defamed the democratically elected officials of the public state, chosen by the people.
If you look at the ownership structure of The New York Times, you can understand why... The largest shareholder of the paper is Carlos Slim Helú (pictured above). Carlos Slim is the richest citizen of Mexico, and is its most well known oligarch. As of 2017, his family’s fortune is estimated at over $67 billion. He amassed this wealth, in a country whose poverty rate is over 45%, through the use of monopolies. This isn’t the entire story, however. In keeping with its anti-democratic traditions, the New York Times has two different classes of shares: those with preferential voting rights and those with restricted voting rights. The shares with diminished voting rights are the only shares that the public is able to buy, and the shares with enhanced voting rights are primarily controlled by the trust fund belonging to the heirs and heiresses of the Ochs-Sulzberger family. These silver-spoon wielding aristocrats that benefit from this trust fund control the overwhelming majority of the voting rights that elect board members, and 100% of the voting rights that determine executive compensation. Despite Carlos Slim being the largest owner, and despite the trust fund owning only a tiny percentage of the paper’s overall equity, it manages to maintain a disproportionate amount of control through a class system.
It’s no wonder that the the New York Times has such an elitist and anti-democratic agenda. The Times fuels this agenda with hit pieces on suffering victims, along with delusional conspiracy theories regarding elected U.S. officials - chosen by the voters - being Russian spies – as if it’s the 1950s again. This dereliction of the duty by the press greatly threatens our freedoms and the safety of humanity. We must work to peacefully expose and change these trends, and make sure that we firmly set the facts straight on any biased hit piece that they produce.
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