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Pattern Recognition

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March 25, 2022
James Martinez

Mirror, mirror on the wall, who should I trust after all? The day after John F. Kennedy was killed, the C.I.A. decided to take control of the questioning mind and label all those that questioned the official policy as "conspiracy theorists." It has been fifty-nine years since J.F.K.'s assassination. The term is now used more widely than anything else today to label, harass, criticize, and diagnose a person who questions authority as “less than” for doing so. Thanks to many historical figures I've worked with in the past, I'm now labeled a "conspiracy theorist."

In the words of James Angleton, head of counter-intelligence for C.I.A. from 1954-1974, "deception is a state of mind and the mind of the State." This statement rings more true today than ever before. For the first time in history, most of the U.S. population doesn't believe in any official government policy . However, there are still those deeply affected by cognitive dissonance and the threat of new information.  There are countless attacks on free thinkers and lengthy essays from philosophers such as Austrian-British-born philosopher Karl Popper addressing the conspiracy theorist, especially in science. According to Popper, a conspiracy can never prove a theory in the empirical sciences, but it is falsified to scrutinize information with decisive experiments. He is just one of a few individuals that have exercised their free speech without harassment. Today, countless videos, articles, books, and documentaries attack anyone who would question official narratives.

After a short investigation online, a person may find numerous so-called news organizations countering public opinion by attacking those that question or ignore official reports. Questions now are a National Security issue in the eyes of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) which launched K.A.I.R.O.S., also known as Knowledge-directed Artificial Intelligence Reasoning Over Schemas. This highly sophisticated project classifies units of knowledge on human emotion and reason. According to DARPA, "schemas are units of knowledge that humans reference to make sense of events by organizing them into commonly occurring narrative structures." DARPA wants to create a schema-based A.I. that can "enable contextual and temporal reasoning about complex real-world events to generate actionable understanding of these events and predict how they will unfold."

In other words, the last word on anything related to human perception, reasoning, and value systems is based on the public's cognitive interplay of sensory awareness and impacted further by the highly organized technological overloads controlling digital communications worldwide. Humans navigate through their reality tunnels based on stories. Modeling the reality of human perception is based on perceptual assessments through sensory awareness in linear and non-linear societies. Non-linear societies such as the Lakota Sioux American Indian learn through acoustic-space and shape their world-view on ancient traditions of the elders speaking stories through metaphor and nature to educate and protect the tribe. Modern linear societies make sense of their universe through the printed word first recognized in Ancient China. These are profoundly different reality tunnels to make sense of our minds.

Now the technocracy over-lords are homogenizing control of emotional interfacing through the computer. Currently, our collective over-amplified need for media validation as well as a shortened and tightened attention span completely alter our intuitive and logic-based thinking patterns. If anyone today speaks about the past, specific terminology and emotionally impactful words are all targeted. For instance, keywords such as "911," "terrorist," and "Al-Qaeda" are registered and flagged for examination.

As a result of cultural conditioning impact, linguistic triggers are consciously installed in all narratives in the United States. These patterns became part of the National Security Agencies' primary directive to track. In 1998 the movie "Enemy of the State" was released starring Will Smith and Gene Hackman. It was a movie exposing the National Security Agency's capabilities. The primary adviser was Marty Kaiser, who explained that all language is monitored and tracked. Any audio or digital keystroke footprints of information are synthesized and stored for analysis to control and monitor the narrative.

The question for Americans to ask is, "who is deciding the narrative and why?" -30-

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