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Straight, Inc. and Derivatives / Boy Raised as Dog Doesn't Bark
« on: March 06, 2024, 12:31:34 AM »
I watched "The Program: Cons, Cults and Kidnapping" on Netflix this evening, and lo and behold if none other than the inestimable Maia Szalavitz materialized onscreen, offering her expertise on the TTI as it pertained to the atrocities committed at the WWASP thought reform program, Ivy Ridge Academy.  Phil Elberg also made an appearance in the documentary. 
When I first began efforts to bring about an investigation into the renamed Kids program, the Alberta Adolescent Recovery Centre, M. Szalavitz and co-author Bruce D. Perry's first work had just been released.  According to Dr. Perry's bio, "From 2001 to 2003, Dr. Perry served as the Medical Director for Provincial Programs in Children's Mental Health for the Alberta Mental Health Board. He continues to consult with the government of Alberta on children?s issues and serves as a founding member of the Premier?s Council of Alberta?s Promise."

M. Szalavitz and Dr. Perry released a second book in 2011, two years or so after the airing of the CBC expos? of All About Receiving Cash, "Powerless", in which Phil Elberg also appeared.  Szalavitz had referred to AARC in 2007 in a discussion of teen torture, so she was clearly aware of the sect.  Is it possible that Dr. Perry was unaware of the sect during his time working with the Province, a period in which significant sums of money were flowing to the sect from the Province?

« on: January 07, 2023, 03:00:30 AM »
I have Singer's cult book.  I find it immensely interesting that Singer and Robert Jay Lifton were involved at the dawn of US thought reform with the US airmen who confessed to bio-warfare in Korea during the war.  Jolyn West was likewise involved.  This same triumverate were later involved in the Patty Hearst trial.  The US absolutely used germ warfare in Korea, and so the claim that some nefarious "thought reform" produced the confessions is bullshit in the extreme.  Joly West "treated" Jack Ruby, as well.  In a nutshell, anti-communism has produced the craziest shit in the US, including the TTI.  CIA murdered Frank Olson who happened to be at the nexus of both mind control and germ warfare, and mixed the two reprehensible program together to cover up Olson's death, while obfuscating their mind control and bio-warfare programs. 

And fuck you, Psy.

Feed Your Head / Chaos. O'Neil.
« on: January 07, 2023, 02:50:18 AM »

Tacitus' Realm / Re: Political Mental Illness Infects US Doctors
« on: January 07, 2023, 02:43:16 AM »
Long time no chat, martinet.  There is extensive debate on Covid in the medical community, as there is on any scientific topic.  You have always been way, way over your head as a mod for this forum, mostly because you're at your core a conservative and not particularly bright.  Still, I suppose that if that's the best you can do, that's the best you can do. Your anecdote about your grandmother is rock-solid evidence of your total inadequacy to address much of anyting beyond your own particular experience, as an adult, of the TTI.  Your claim about masks is infantile, and flies in the face of all documented evidence, from WHO statements to various scientific papers.  You're a dud, and kind of a little shit, too.

Is it?

Tacitus' Realm / Political Mental Illness Infects US Doctors
« on: January 20, 2022, 12:42:27 PM »
The Talbott kooks have long been involved in the craziest of ASAM shennanigans, which is likely why the organization held such appeal to the All About Receiving Cash sect in Calgary, Canada.
"In May, 1999, just after Talbott stepped down as president of ASAM, a jury awarded Dr. Leonard Masters, of Jacksonville Florida, a judgment of $1.3 million against Talbott, his daughter-in-law Morrison, and other Talbott associates for malpractice, fraud, and false imprisonment, based on Masters' stay with Talbott in 1994. Testifying at Masters' trial that he was not in fact alcohol dependent, as he had been diagnosed by Talbott et al., was Anne Geller, the president of ASAM prior to Talbott. Talbott's attorneys quickly settled with the plaintiff before the jury decided on punitive damages against Talbott and his colleagues (an amount which is usually a multiple of the compensatory damages that had already been awarded)."

The Talbott monstrosity is also linked directly to the use of substance abuse diagnoses to control rogue physicians in the US.
Survivors of the Seed/Straight/Kids/AARC phenomenon will recognize this:

"According to Talbott, ?impaired doctors must first acknowledge their addiction and overcome their ?terminal uniqueness? before they can deal with a drug or alcohol problem.? ?Terminal uniqueness ? is a phrase Talbott uses to describe doctors? tendency to think they can heal themselves."

This phenomenon of silencing doctors through diagnosis with mental illness is now being used in Covidmania:

Thought Reform / Dr. Braino
« on: December 05, 2021, 02:59:17 PM »
"George H. White referred to the ?secret? of Pont-Saint-Esprit in an agency memo; other declassified documents show that Sandoz and CIA officials engaged in discreet, ongoing discussions about Pont-Saint-Esprit which was referred to as ?an experiment? and not an accident."

The Olson case ties together numerous strands of propaganda and illegal activities by the US state that link to the War on Drugs, the Cold War, and the relentless counter-insurgency fought against the world since the dawn of the US National Security State.  These are the phenomenona that underlie much of what was done in the name of "saving" troubled teens.

Thought Reform / Focused on Corporate Social Responsibility
« on: November 23, 2021, 07:16:25 PM »
"As the AIR proposal had not so subtly hinted, ARPA?s behavioral science programs in Southeast Asia went hand in hand with a bloodier and more traditional counterinsurgency policy: covert programs of murder, terror, and torture that collectively came to be known as the Phoenix Program."

"DARPA ? Advancing mRNA therapies and vaccines for biodefense"

"In character with President Clinton?s emphasis on economic growth, the Department of Defense restored DARPA?s original name, ARPA, to, in the words of a letter distributed by William Perry, then Deputy Secretary of Defense, ?to expand the agency?s mission to pursue imaginative and innovative research and development projects having a significant potential for both military and commercial (dual-use) applications.? In 1996, the Agency again would pick up that D, for Defense, and become known once again as DARPA."

"COVID-19 erased the regulatory and trial-related hurdles that Moderna could never surmount before. Yet, how did Moderna know that COVID-19 would create those conditions months before anyone else, and why did they later claim that their vaccine being tested in NIH trials was different than their commercial candidate?"

Thought Reform / Re: Searchin'
« on: November 08, 2021, 02:41:48 PM »
"an excerpt from:
Every Secret Thing
Patricia Hearst

When the first of the psychiatrists came to see me on September 30, just
eleven days after my arrest, I simply crumpled under his scrutiny. I cried,
murmuring and mumbling out replies that were not answers to his questions. He
thought I was refusing to cooperate with him. This was Dr. Louis Joloyn West,
Chairman of the Department of Psychiatry at UCLA, Director of the
Neuropsychiatric Institute, Psychiatrist-in-Chief of UCLA Hospitals, a
licensed MD., Chairman of the Council on Research and Development of the
American Psychiatric Association, psychiatric consultant to the Air Force,
author of books and studies on prisoners of war, an internationally
recognized expert in his field....
Dr. West also called for a complete battery of psychological testing for me
and brought in Dr. Margaret Singer, a renowned and respected clinical
psychologist from UC-Berkeley, and she spent, according to her own
calculations, some twenty hours with me, talking and testing....
So, over a fourday period in the second week of
January, I spent fifteen hours going over my SLA experiences with Dr. Robert
Jay Lifton of Yale University.
Dr. Lifton, author of several books on coercive persuasion and thought
reform, and a consultant on the subjectsto the Air Force, after taking what
he called "a peek" at me, pronounced me a "classic case" which met all the
psychological criteria of a coerced prisoner of war."[email protected]/msg12970.html

"Who Ran the SLA?
DeFreeze's group had it pretty good, ...They even had sexual intercourse with female visitors at these "Unsight" meetings..."One of those 'Unsight Visitors' was an eighteen-year-old heiress by the name of Patty Hearst."

"How the Patty Hearst Kidnapping Led to U.S. Police Militarization"

Thought Reform / Searchin'
« on: October 19, 2021, 06:31:55 PM »
"He would later claim to have studied 83 prisoners of war, 56 of whom had been forced to make false confessions. He and his colleagues were credited with reintegrating the POWs into Western society and, maybe more important, getting them to renounce their claims about having used biological weapons."

"In his report, West said that “hypnosis and intravenous sodium pentothal were included among possible techniques” to be used on Ruby. In his proposal to CIA for continuing his MKULTRA work with them, he proposed that “the combined use of hypnotic techniques and autonomic drugs be exercised.”"

"An Evening with Margaret Thaler Singer and Louis Jolyon West"

"While American scientists and military engineers had been unable to achieve a lethal, easily disseminated, epidemic producing germ agent for use in battlefield conditions, the evidence suggests that for over one and a half years the US tried to do just that and still denies it. This is a black hole in US military history."

"She had been studying the phenomenon since conducting interviews with former Korean war prisoners at the Walter Reed Army Research Institute, in Washington, DC, in the early 1950s. The conflict had produced the term brainwashing to describe communist techniques of persuading enemy prisoners to denounce their country."

"THE CHINESE COMMUNISTS have developed a peculiar brand of soul surgery which they practice with impressive skill-the process of "thought reform." They first demonstrated this to the American public during the Korean conflict when they obtained the fantastic germ-warfare confessions from Air Force officers and various types of collaboration from some other United Nations personneL And more recently we have seen even more remarkable results of its full impact: Western civilians re- leased from Chinese prisons, repeating their false confessions"
“Thought Reform” of Western Civilians in Chinese Communist Prisons

So what was really going on if the US flyers captured in Korea had indeed used biological weapons, when West, Singer, Lifton and co. got to the bottom of non-existent brain-washing?  What was really going on if Frank Olson was murdered by CIA because he was going to blow the whistle on US bio-weapons and mind-control programs being studied by US intelligence? 

Straight, Inc. and Derivatives / Re: Carthaginem esse delendam
« on: May 25, 2021, 04:26:54 PM »
Marc Giroux, Interim Executive Director of the Canadian Judicial Council, described Justice Dildo's associations to the sect:
"Based on your allegations, it would seem that professionally, Justice Dilts’ life, before her appointment to the Bench, crossed the professional life of others.   This professional life happened to be mainly in the Oil and Gas Industry, where it is probably not surprising to meet and work with some of the same people over the years.   The fact that some of these other people were at one point involved with the AARC, is not an impediment to Justice Dilts hearing an application involving the AARC with which she has no direct association."

Apparently Dennis Feuchuk's fifteen-odd years on AARC's board, concurrent with all the events related to the actions over which Dildo was presiding, can be described as being "at one point involved with the AARC."

Straight, Inc. and Derivatives / Carthaginem esse delendam
« on: March 24, 2021, 12:14:47 PM »
The All About Receiving Cash board made a decision to sue me long before the bizarro group was exposed on the CBC television program in 2009.  And yet somehow, more than ten years later, AARC's banty inquisitor Runt Strap-on(SP?) was before Judge Nancy Dildo(SP?), trying to get a court order to let them question me.  As Justice Dildo correctly ruled, the sect would have to sue me if they wished to conduct a discovery and cross-examination. 
Curiously, though, when informing Strap-on of her view, Justice Dildo warned Strap-on against adding me as a defendant.
Now why would she do that?

At the time the sect's board decided to sue me, which was some time between March 2007 and Febraury 2009, Dennis Feuchuk was on AARC's board, a position he had held since at least 2002.  Feuchuk was still on the board in 2016.
So Feuchuk was on AARC's board when they first determined to sue me.  He was on the board when the CBC program aired.  He was on the board when documents are alleged to have been taken by Amy Sparks, and when the lawsuits concerning the CBC program and those concerning Sparks actions were filed, and then for many years after.

Justice Dildo began working with Gulf Canada in 1995, while Dennis Feuchuk was a Vice-president and Controller with Gulf.  She remained with Gulf until it was acquired by Conoco in 2001.  Justice Dildo then became a VP Legal with Conoco.  Feuchuk remained with Gulf until at least 1999.

But the relationship between Dennis Feuchuk and the judge did not end with their shared time at Gulf.  Feuchuk, Nancy Dildo and at least two other old Gulf hands, Henry Sykes and Craig Glick all turned up again by 2011 with Parallel Energy, where Feuchuk, Dildo and Sykes were all directors, and/or senior officers.

At the annual AARC beg-a-thon in 2012, Parallel made a public donation to the sect, as reported by the Calgary Herald.

So in the middle of a lawsuit claiming that the sect's reputation has been damaged, resulting in a significant loss of revenue, Nancy Dildo was a senior officer and director of a company that was giving money to the sect, in public.  At this point she has had some form of professional relationship with board member Dennis Feuchuk dating back seventeen years, a relationship that continued until at least 2014.  The entire period of Feuchuk and Dildo's time time at Parallel coincided with the sect's lawsuits against the CBC et al.

According to the Canadian Judicial Council, "Judges should strive to ensure that their conduct, both in
and out of court, maintains and enhances confidence in their
impartiality and that of the judiciary."
And "Judges should as much as reasonably possible conduct their
personal and business affairs so as to minimize the occasions on
which it will be necessary to be disqualified from hearing cases."

And then, lo and behold, if Justice Dildo did not choose to preside over those very same lawsuits in 2018, rather than disqualify herself on the basis of her obligation to "maintain and enhance confidence" in her "impartiality"?  It seems impossible that Justice Dildo did not know that she was in a significant conflict of interest.  Which begs the question, why would she do it, and why did she warn Strap-on not to sue me?

The All About Receiving Cash sect remains a threat to public health, and an anti-democratic, corrupting force in Calgary and Alberta.  The sect has, in the last thirty years, managed to penetrate most public institutions that should otherwise be counted upon to protect the citizenry from such an entity, resulting in public officials who are completely compromised and thus beholden to the sect.  The airing of the Fifth Estate episode "Powerless" resulted in a comprehensive cover-up that involved elected officials in the Provincial Government of the day, members of the Calgary Police force, and complicity of local media.
Although no details of the resolution of the lawsuits filed by the sect against CBC, it's employees, and sources used on the "Powerless" episode are available to the public, it is known that from the outset of the lawsuits, the sect was demanding retractions and recantations from the survivors who came forward, and for almost twelve years the sect was unable to force such retractions.  The lawsuits provided a fig-leaf for a number of public officials who used the claim that the issue was "before the courts" as an excuse to do nothing, but that pathetic film has now disintegrated.
The sect's very existence is rooted in deception, and the dismantling of this edifice of lies remains the mechanism by which this ongoing crime will be stopped.

Straight, Inc. and Derivatives / Next Stop, Malebolge
« on: March 14, 2021, 10:57:20 PM »
By all indications the SLAPP suits launched by All About Receiving Cash have been settled out of court, twelve years after the airing of the CBC episode "Powerless", on the Fifth Estate program.  It seems likely that some form of gag orders were included in these arrangements, as they seem to have been in the other round of lawsuits related to documents allegedly taken from AARC by a whiste-blower. 
Great Calgarian™ Allan Markin is apparently having some trouble with another one of his litigation projects, also against CBC reporters and also involving "unorthodox" treatment of subjects held in the All About Receiving Cash behaviour modification program.

"April 8, 2020. After publication of this story, Pure North filed a defamation lawsuit against the CBC, the Dietitians of Canada, and some of their employees. In March 2020, Pure North discontinued its claim against the Dietitians of Canada and its employees, and the Dietitians of Canada issued a clarification statement which relates to the story below. The CBC continues to defend the action against it and its employees."

Aside from AARC and Pure North, Mr. Markin has clearly diverse interests:
"LONDON, Ontario, Aug. 10, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Indiva Limited (the “Company” or “Indiva”) (TSXV:NDVA) (OTCQX:NDVAF), a leading Canadian producer of cannabis edibles and other cannabis products, is pleased to announce that further to its news releases dated June 26, 2020 and July 9, 2020, it has closed the second and final tranche of its private placement of Units (the “Units”) in the aggregate principal amount of $4,167,198.80, being 13,890,663 Units (the “Final Tranche”).
In connection with the Final Tranche, the Company issued 3,333,333 Units to Prairie Merchant Corporation, a company controlled by W. Brett Wilson, for total consideration of $1,000,000. The Company also issued 3,333,333 Units to Allan Markin, for total additional consideration of $1,000,000."

Readers may remember Wilson from such productions as AARC's damage control program after the airing of "Powerless":
"We continue to work individually to inform & update donors ie. Allan Markin, Tom Buchanan, Brett Wilson, Dr. David Elton, Kevin Jabusch, Nexen, Hazel Gillespie, Tesco, Hrudey, Donandeo(Vermilion). They are all supportive"

While readers may hold suitable awe and admiration for the entrepreneurial spirits of both Messrs. Markin and Wilson, there seems to be less enthusiasm for the new racket within AARC:

Live and let live, and what have you?


Straight, Inc. and Derivatives / No Cure For Stupid
« on: July 17, 2020, 03:11:56 PM »
Corporate media continues to give the All About Receiving Cash sect all the publicity they can handle, although sady, the number of dipshits, rubes and kooks who hand their offspring over to the Wiz for his pirated behaviour modification treatment seems to have dwindled to under fifteen.  Poor Ozyscamdias has really come down a few pegs since the days when he started putting captives in the old seismic building with dreams of expanding to Vancouver and a triumphant return to the rubes in Saskatchewan.  But the li'l liar can still count on bewildered mothers and stunned political hacks to carry water for him.

"The centre is currently housing 11 clients."

"Leslie Kime was one of the people at the roundtable discussion. Three years ago, she lost her son Jason to a drug overdose.
Kime credits the Alberta Adolescent Recovery Centre with helping Jason as a teen."
Nothing succeeds like success!

It's getting harder and harder for All About Receiving Cash to find former subjects to shill for the thought reform business, so when they get one, they squeeze until the pips squeak:

"Sam Stordy, a 27-year-old Calgary man, was also at the McDougall Centre discussion on Friday.
Stordy said he has been clean for three years now. Before that, he repeatedly overdosed on fentanyl and heroin."

"For a real-world view of the problems, I spoke to Sam Stordy, a 28-year-old former user who now counsels teenage addicts at the Alberta Adolescent Recovery Centre."

"Stordy has worked as an executive peer counsellor at the Alberta Adolescent Recovery Centre (AARC) for the last three years.
“I ended up in here as a client in 2008, addicted to all sorts of different drugs,” Stordy said.
His addictions landed him at AARC on two different occasions."

So Sammy was in AARC twice since 2008 and was still using hard drugs eight years later.  More great success!

“It’s hard because you not only have to fight the system to be seen and heard but you also have to fight the addiction and doing both is almost impossible,” said participant and recovering drug addict Samuel Stordy, who has been clean for three and a half years."

"Vause says the best support comes from peers like Sam Stordy, a counsellor at AARC who also survived addiction and a severe overdose.
“I was dead at the scene and it took three shots of Narcan to bring me back,” he said."

The sect currently enjoys great influence with Used Car Party MLA Jason Luan, one of the dumbest fuckpiles to act as a place-holder in the legislature, and the main tasked by the current regime with tackling the enthusiasm of Albertans for pharmacological escape during these exciting times.  On the plus-side, the sect is reduced to using the likes of super-kook failed politician Danielle Smith for their annual beg-a-thon.  Word on the street is the former Flames captain Jim Peplinski pulled out of the emcee job after the Lock Up Your Daughers tour by the Two Andies, Morton and Evans, crashed and burned on the launch-pad.

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