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Novel Corrective Brain Surgery for GD & Homosexuality

We have had these techniques for quite some time. If I may refer to what we learned from the Harvard, and other, military experiments of the late 20th and 21st centuries. Although, let it be said from the beginning; I … Continue reading

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When All That is Trusted is Distrust, Only Accusations of Distrust Can Be Trusted: Trump Brief.

TRUMP PRESIDENTIAL 12 MONTH FORECAST BRIEF On November eighth 2016 Donald Trump was named President-Elect of the United States of America. Due to the inflammatory nature of the candidate’s campaign, there is a high probability of protests in reaction, though … Continue reading

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Missing Person Profiling: The Private Contractor Perspective

Missing Person Profiling: Location, Repatriation, and Assistance Of – The Private Contractor Perspective This year’s conference topic, following the lead of the Federal Police (AFP) and national missing person co-ordination centre (NMPCC), is “Follow Your Instincts” (i). There are five … Continue reading

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Mobile Police Community Office (MPCO)

Ever go to sleep wishing you could wake up next to an active police station? Well, dream no longer! MPCO (Mobile Police Community Office) was launched by Queensland Police earlier today. The new specialist target Mobile Police Community Office was … Continue reading

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Nova in a Haystack

We know what evil lurks in the hearts of men. Even in Australia, someone is reported missing every 15 minutes. Well, every 18 minutes according to the last FedStats. That being said, less than .005 cases remain unsolved in district … Continue reading

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The Silver Star of Sanction

Now, I wasn’t there. But when I hear things like “allied forces taking fire” from “insurgents“, while “allied forces” are in a chopper or gunship in a country we don’t boarder, and when “insurgents” seems too often to mean “displaced … Continue reading

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Novel Corrective Brain Surgery for GD & Homosexuality

We have had these techniques for quite some time, if I may refer to what we learned from the Harvard, and other, military experiments of the late 20th and 21st centuries. Although, let it be said from the beginning; I … Continue reading

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Known Unknowns – The First Test

Known Unknowns – The First Test I was told I was intelligent (whatever it was they thought that meant, at that time, in that context). I took tests, and more tests. Not merely written tests either; there were computers, labs, … Continue reading

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A Life Pre-Lived

A Life Pre-Lived | This Underground Life (Epilogue) My father was never in the military. And this makes perfect sense. He was a smooth talking, guitar playing, stand up comic after all; and those positions in the defence forces are … Continue reading

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Humint & The Utility of Large Green Badgers

The psychology of recruiting is powerful and well understood. Kids and those with low self esteem are the most ideal targets. There are a series of markers that point to their unblinking inexpensive utility. *[See “Reason to Believe“, JChron, 2013]. … Continue reading

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Robot Hunger Games: Autobot Ethics

American forefathers never wanted a standing army; arguing if that was allowed the army would cost money, tax money; it would need to justify itself and it would hence be used. And shortly thereafter, the Generals would rule. And indeed, … Continue reading

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The Italian Job [RE-PENT- 3- Final]

In the middle of my 6 week holiday, I literally got called in for an “Italian job”. And yes, it was just as boring as the film. It cut into (completely approved) recreation time, and I had to come up … Continue reading

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McD’s: Why S-MI Have Heart Attacks Too [RE-PENT – 2]

What blew my mind the most in my 4 weeks interning was the McD’s. There were heaps of other things, a panda express that was new. But it really seemed so… American that McD was even here. Kind of puts … Continue reading

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RE-PENT [1]

SUBORDINATE COMMAND LIEUTENANT IS THE ABSOLUTE LOWEST RANK  that a generalist can hold, and still be left alone for most of their work. I’d hardly say I got lucky; more impending under staffing on the way. No assistance, but answer … Continue reading

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Enter the Bureaucrats

Enter the Bureaucrats THERE IS AN INTERESTING overtone of security in 2013. Moved back to a state of intuition base, though blind (not uncommon for this kind of shift). More autonomy in the field. More paperwork, of course. New director … Continue reading

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