From FOX News, new photographic evidence that Edward Snowden armed ISIS in 2013, helped develop their infrastructure and oil economy, orchestrated the air drops to Iraqi units, ordered US planes to dump bombs on empty targets, and other really mean and un-American stuff only someone like, say, a senator obsessed with Syrian oil, personal profit, and regime change could pull.
Hey McCain, remember when you helped create ISIS with Sen. Graham? It’s kinda obvious. Well, there’s a strange psychological defense system some call the Seeing Past Hands Syndrome where if you have your eyes covered with your hand, you actually come to believe no one can see what you are doing. It’s an extremely common affliction among politicians. There is hope, however, and the poor fellow herein is witness to just how much they suffer when they are not making life miserable for the rest of us, too.
An ongoing NSA psychological operation dissected: how orchestrated media use of stress and common trauma triggers alter your behavior and shut down critical thinking on an industrial scale. Understanding why people get angry, or go into denial when discussing trauma like molestation, rape, or what really happened on 9/11: a regime change affecting every aspect of American life. This is not an article about what you cannot do, it is about what you can do. It is not about futility but about empowerment and awareness, and where it starts. So put on your seat belt because this will get bumpy and the curves are sharp, but remember the terrorist psychodrama is a ride that can end when you want it to.