This is some weird ####, right here...[video=youtube;zzKFGLysmGw]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zzKFGLysmGw[/video]
Would it surprise anyone if these people were programmed bots? My guess is plain old willful drug abuse, though. They're constantly going to rehab or dropping like flies from OD. They get presented to us as these "normal people" but as a group they abuse drugs and drop dead way more frequently than the general public. Do you know anyone who is involved with a weird cult "religion" like Scientology or Kabbalah? Yet all the celebrities have some weird religion they adhere to.This is some weird ####, right here...
Ouch. I was just thinking, this is Manchurian kinda' stuff. So if this is going on in Hollyweird, who's to say shooters aren't undergoing the same process, and that's why they're shooting up schools and malls, and whatever?Read a story about some base jumper in Portugal this morning that did a face plant on a rocky beach.
I'm rethinking my previous explanations for unusual behavior, especially in the celebrity world.Ouch. I was just thinking, this is Manchurian kinda' stuff. So if this is going on in Hollyweird, who's to say shooters aren't undergoing the same process, and that's why they're shooting up schools and malls, and whatever?
I always think their "meltdowns" and various romances are just parts they play. You see a story about some actress who gained 100 pounds and is spiraling down, then two months later she's back to her usual 98 and having a comeback. A couple gives an interview saying how much in love and perfect they are, then literally the next day there's a story that they're divorcing.What if....sex robots are more advanced than they're telling us? What if half the people in Hollywood are actually robots?
Stansfield Turner, 1977–1981
A U.S. Naval Academy classmate of Jimmy Carter's, Turner enjoyed the confidence of the White House, but his emphasis on technical methods of intelligence collection, such as SIGINT and IMINT, and his apparent dislike for, and firing of, HUMINT specialists made him quite unpopular within the CIA. Turner eliminated more than 800 operational positions in what was called the "halloween massacre."
This organizational direction is notable because his successor William J. Casey was seen to have a completely opposite approach, focusing much of his attention on HUMINT. Turner gave notable testimony to Congress revealing much of the extent of the MKULTRA program, which the CIA ran from the early 1950s to late 1960s. Reform and simplification of the intelligence community's multilayered secrecy system was one of Turner's significant initiatives, but produced no results by the time he left office. He also wrote a book on his experience at CIA.
During Turner's term as head of the CIA, he became outraged when former agent Frank Snepp published a book called Decent Interval which exposed incompetence among senior American government personnel during the fall of Saigon. accused Snepp of breaking the secrecy agreement required of all CIA agents, and then later was forced to admit under cross-examination that he had never read the agreement signed by Snepp. Regardless, the CIA ultimately won its case against Snepp at the U.S. Supreme Court. The Court forced Snepp to turn over all his profits from Decent Interval and to seek preclearance of any future writings about intelligence work for the rest of his life. The CIA would later rely on the Snepp legal precedent in forcing Turner to seek preclearance of his own memoirs, which were highly critical of President Ronald Reagan's policies