MIND GAMES: ‘Demented’, Congress May Be Literally Losing it’s Mind…

Source – gizadeathstar.com

“…The problem here is that one need not use such technologies on such people: one would only have to be aware of the fact that Congresswoman X or Senator Y was taking such medication, and threaten to expose the fact. It is, in other words, yet another method in the “control file” to ensure that members of Congress don’t stray too far off the reservation”

THAT DEMENTIA IN CONGRESS MAY BE REAL…- By Joseph P Farrell Ph.D

Wow… I mean, just… well, wow.

For several months, a Certain Authoritative Figure and I have been speculating – more off the record than on – that the whole political “scene” in the USSA is so looney and nutty that one has to entertain the possibility that mind manipulation techniques and technologies (or for that matter, just plain old fashioned “magic and possession”) might be being used on certain members of Congress. After all, in the last (s)election, the Clowns In America ran several “retired” candidates of their own, and the Clowns In America were and probably still are into “that sort of research.” Just recall, for example, Richard Helms oozing hubris and grease in front of the Church Committee when he was testifying about the MK-ULTRA program.

The problem may be much simpler, but equally problematical, if this article shared by V.T. is to be believed:

Does Congress Have a Dementia Problem? – https://www.termlimits.com/does-congress-have-a-dementia-problem/

Now, you’ll note this is an “old” story, from 2017, but it is still pertinent, for according to the story, several members of Congress (we’re not told who) are taking medication for Alzheimer’s disease:

They could be compromised by corruption, sure. But it could also be something outside of their control, like aging and the onset of mental incapacity. While these are sensitive topics, we’d be doing a disservice to democracy by not discussing them. People have got to know if their politicians are well.

In early October, we learned that many members of Congress get prescriptions hand-delivered by Grubb’s Pharmacy, the oldest dispensary in town.

A cool perk that nobody else in America has? That’s par for the course in Washington. But there’s more to the story and it should alarm every American. Mike Kim, the owner of Grubb’s, told STAT News that he is routinely filling prescriptions for drugs that treat Alzheimer’s disease. For members of Congress!

If pharmacists are shipping Alzheimer’s medication to Capitol Hill, then some number of congressmen are medically unqualified to hold office. And we don’t know which ones or how many. They could be back-benchers or they could be sitting at the upper tiers of leadership, making decisions of global significance. Since one’s rank in Congress is based mostly on seniority, the oldest members have the most power. Terrifying.

Terrifying indeed, for more reasons than mentioned in the article. To take just two of those reasons, consider just the demographic problem: members of the House or Senate that have seniority have the experience and so on to know how to get things done, and say what one will about Senators Feinstein or Graham or McConnell or Reid, they’re at least of a generation that was not the product of Contemporary Amairikuhn Quackademia, unlike the younger generation which is, as far as I can tell, not only crazy, but stupid on top of it all. It takes no sophisticated technology or magical spells to manipulate the mind of a mindless young nitwit. But that brings us to reason number two: the older generation is, well, older, and presumably suffers from all of the problems that come with that, possibly up to and including Alzheimers.

The problem here is that one need not use such technologies on such people: one would only have to be aware of the fact that Congresswoman X or Senator Y was taking such medication, and threaten to expose the fact. It is, in other words, yet another method in the “control file” to ensure that members of Congress don’t stray too far off the reservation. And while we’re hanging out on the end of the High Octane Speculation Twig (H.O.S.T.), it would be a relatively easy thing to misdiagnose said members of Congress, then prescribe medications they don’t really need, and then threaten to expose it if they don’t “play ball.” And if one were really byzantine and underhanded – and it is very difficult to believe that anything like this could happen in Swampington, D.C. (cough hack wheeze) – one could then carefully seed such stories into the media, and engender mistrust in that older generation in order to bring in the young stupid and crazy crowd. And for that matter, one might even entertain the scenario that at some point, the medication is deliberately altered to induce “compliant” states, or what-have-you, depending on the need of the moment.

Senator Frank Church (D-Idaho) saw it all coming back when he chaired the committee looking into the abuses of the intelligence “community”:

If this government ever became a tyranny… the technological capacity that the intelligence community has given the government could enable it to impose total tyranny, and there would be no way to fight back…. I don’t want to see this country ever go across the bridge. I know the capacity that is there to make tyranny total in America, and we must see to it that this agency and all agencies that possess this technology operate within the law… so that we never cross over that abyss. That is the abyss from which there is no return.” (Senator Frank Church, Chairman, Senate Intelligence Committee, on Meet the Press, National Broadcasting Company, Washington, D.C., August 12, 1975. Cited in my Microcosm and Medium, p. 121.)

The capacity that he refers to are mind manipulation technologies. But Church was no fool, and knew also of the endless possibilities that control files and blackmail could also present. Wed both together and one gets a Congress that literally has lost its mind.
See you on the flip side…

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and “strange stuff”. His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into “alternative history and science”.

WalkingDead says:

Old news, but still pertinent, and a cause for concern.
One needs to consider that the 5 eyes has now metastasized into the 14+ eyes, which would seem to indicate that most, if not all, of the intelligence agencies now appear to be working, more or less, as a single unit collecting data on everyone and storing it in the NSA’s monstrous data collection centers proliferating across the nation and growing larger with each iteration.
Once you become a “person of interest”, they can call up every communication, track you in real time, or access virtually everything about you. Your “control file” would be monstrous.
It is apparent that none of these agencies are doing the work they were designed to do and appear to be working for a shadow power other than the governments they were put in place to serve.
This then brings to light what I would call several breakaway civilizations which are working toward a common goal, but at “apparent” odds with one another, for total domination of the entire Earth. In the end, there can be only one.
Some of these breakaway civilizations are far older than most realize with long term plans put into place centuries ago. Some are more recent, but the plans are the same, which would indicate that they are offshoots of the older ones and under their control. Behind them all, is one unifying power; whether that power is human, otherworldly, or spiritual is a matter for debate.
Given the technologies in place today and the rollout of AI, the IOT, and 5G; they are in a position to accomplish what no other generation has ever been able to accomplish, within our current civilization, and they understand this. Hence the headlong rush toward the end game and the intended stupefying of the younger generations.
The cost of the coming conflict will be incomprehensible in human life. It will be a battle for the very soul of the human race. One has to wonder how many times this has played out on this planet in the distant past.

zendogbreath says:

word wd. word.
quinn micheals or whatever name he’s going by has posted and deleted and reposted videos backing up all you said. who knows what he’s edited in and out by now? watching some of those videos is what got me on to the idea that AI has been for decades large and in charge and more than capable of gathering cataloging and using all that humongouser and humongouser data in real time. so those 800,000 missing children in the ussa alone each year? (300k in custody battles and the rest declared runaways mostly from foster care) yeh well they’re not just runaways and our future homeless population. they’re part of the trafficking nightmare that bronfmanns, epstein and all are just the tip of the iceberg.
and most importantly AI knows all of it about every monster on the planet. didjya ever wonder why we all drive 20 and 30 over the speed limit on expressways with vast digital controls, cameras and toll collecting all the time and rarely see tickets issued? oh yeh. you’ll get a ticket if you’re ipass is low on funds. but cops drive right by you at 90 while you and 2/3 of the rest of traffic are doing 85. when tickets are issued and speeding crackdowns are initiated, does anyone here think that actual human cops are going to be needed? about 20 years ago indiana started issuing tickets to tollway drivers based on their toll reciepts entry and exit times. if and when AI wants to enforce any and all existing laws, AI already has all the evidence it ever needs to enforce, protect and serve.
so what’s that say about our current clowns?

THAT DEMENTIA IN CONGRESS MAY BE REAL…

Does Congress Have a Dementia Problem? – By Nick Tomboulides

Of course, Nixon was knee-deep in his own muck. But he was also making a great point: Don’t Americans deserve to know any fact about our politicians that would keep them from doing the job they were elected to do?

They could be compromised by corruption, sure. But it could also be something outside of their control, like aging and the onset of mental incapacity. While these are sensitive topics, we’d be doing a disservice to democracy by not discussing them. People have got to know if their politicians are well.

In early October, we learned that many members of Congress get prescriptions hand-delivered by Grubb’s Pharmacy, the oldest dispensary in town.

A cool perk that nobody else in America has? That’s par for the course in Washington. But there’s more to the story and it should alarm every American. Mike Kim, the owner of Grubb’s, told STAT News that he is routinely filling prescriptions for drugs that treat Alzheimer’s disease. For members of Congress!

If pharmacists are shipping Alzheimer’s medication to Capitol Hill, then some number of congressmen are medically unqualified to hold office. And we don’t know which ones or how many. They could be back-benchers or they could be sitting at the upper tiers of leadership, making decisions of global significance. Since one’s rank in Congress is based mostly on seniority, the oldest members have the most power. Terrifying.

“At first it’s cool, and then you realize, I’m filling some drugs that are for some pretty serious health problems as well. And these are the people that are running the country,” Kim, the pharmacist, said. “It makes you kind of sit back and say, ‘Wow, they’re making the highest laws of the land and they might not even remember what happened yesterday.’”

According to Kevin King of Quorum Analytics, the 115th Congress (2017-2018) is among the oldest in history, with the average age of a representative at 57 and the average age of a senator at 61 — up from 49 and 57 respectively in 1981.

King reports that there are 44 congressional districts in which the age of the representative is more than double the median age of his or her constituents.

On the Senate side, 18 of the 33 senators running for re-election in 2018 will be 65 or older. Several of them — Diane Feinstein, Orrin Hatch and Bill Nelson — will be well into their 80s by the time they spend another six years in office.

David Laibson, a behavioral economist at Harvard University, reports that about half of all octogenarians cannot make major financial decisions due to dementia and other cognitive impairments. There are 19 octogenarians in Congress.

Obviously, these trends don’t necessarily mean Congress has a problem. Many people experience little-to-no loss in mental sharpness as they age. But there have been enough red flags lately to merit concern.

When Senator John McCain (R-AZ), 81, questioned ex-FBI Director James Comey at a hearing in June, McCain appeared confused and disconnected from reality. McCain stumbled on his words, mixed up two separate investigations and at times referred to the ex-FBI Director as “President Comey.”

Six weeks later, McCain announced that he had been diagnosed with an incurable brain tumor.

Last week, the health of McCain’s colleague Thad Cochran (R-MS), 79, also came under scrutiny. Reporter John Bresnahan of POLITICO documented that Cochran “appeared frail and at times disoriented” during their hallway interview. Cochran “at one point needed a staffer to remind him where the Senate chamber is located,” despite having served in that chamber for the last 40 years.
After locating the chamber, Cochran cast the wrong vote on a bill and had to correct himself after an aide pointed out the error.
New research suggests that the relationship between power and mental decay could be even worse than scientists had imagined. Not only are people with brain damage finding their way into powerful posts; but the evidence shows that power might also CAUSE brain damage.

“Subjects under the influence of power,” according to Dacher Keltner, a University of California, Berkeley professor, ”acted as if they had suffered a traumatic brain injury—becoming more impulsive, less risk-aware, and, crucially, less adept at seeing things from other people’s point of view.”

Perhaps that’s why 33 states have mandatory retirement ages for judges and 36 states impose term limits on their governors. It’s not realistic to expect unwell politicians to come clean with the public and step down. Nor will their coworkers, who depend on those members for support, feel inclined to go out in public and say their friends are sick.

A better solution is changing the basic rules of the game to ensure members are unlikely to lose their marbles on the job, and if it happens — to ensure the problem cannot continue for decades. The only way to accomplish that is through congressional term limits.

President Harry Truman, in the aftermath of World War II, sent a handwritten note to Congress demanding the passage of term limits. “We’d help to cure seniority and senility, both terrible legislative diseases,” Truman wrote. “The appropriations committees of the House and Senate are aged and decrepit men, who if they think at all…backward thinking.”

Truman’s words are a prophetic description of today’s Congress, where the chairman of the Senate appropriations committee briefly forgot last week that he was even on the committee at all. That chairman is Thad Cochran

https://www.termlimits.com/does-congress-have-a-dementia-problem/

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