The CIA Needs a Few Good Shrinks – #PropagandaWatch

02/28/201912 Comments

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So how does the CIA recruit psychologists for its operations? And what does it do with them? Today on #PropagandaWatch we listen in as James Evan Pilato of MediaMonarchy.com breaks down the CIA’s latest recruitment campaign.

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  1. FIW says:

    Look! you could be sitting there in an operations room in your nice corporate atmosphere and tailored clothes FBI or Hawaii 5.0 style discussing strategies to implement on us uneducated plebs all of it to make a better world, who wouldn’t want that!? I wonder if those post it they put up are drone targets, yellow for maybe purple, let’s see, oh that’s a definite! that goes up, and I chose it based on my analysis of this foreign national. Oh just love it! So empowered, so in control, and the titles! How awesome wouldn’t it be to put that on your facebook profile for everyone to see.

    I think I’m going to be sick! Although I enjoyed Pilato’s comments.

  2. HomeRemedySupply says:

    I mailed $20 cash to James Evan Pilato back on Feb 6th.
    (I don’t know if he ever got it. Never heard from him.)

    But this CIA Psych clip is a real doozy!
    Glad Pilato grabbed that. He finds some cool stuff.

  3. n4x5 says:

    This feels familiar. Several years ago, on the verge of completing my near-worthless master’s degree, I attended a university recruiting session for Booz Allen Hamilton, along with maybe 6-7 other people finishing STEM master’s and PhDs. The man giving the session was polite and professional, but something was off. Even at that time, knowing very little about BAH, the “operations research” positions to be filled felt strange as he described them, something vaguely surreptitious and unsavory permeating the whole session. I can’t say whether any of the other attendees detected anything deceptive, but all I observed in them was enthusiasm. I could practically see the dollar signs in their eyes.

    • scpat says:

      What exactly about the recruitment made you feel that way?

      • n4x5 says:

        His description of operations research seemed strangely general, fuzzy. It was described as the analysis of companies’ procedures in order to make them more efficient, but to me it felt like a cover for something else. His delivery seemed a bit forced, as if he was trying too hard to portray it as respectable or wholesome. But nothing overtly damning, just an overall sense that there were aspects to the job that couldn’t be stated explicitly. Sometimes one has an inexplicable “sixth sense” that goes off when in the presence of a person who isn’t laying everything out on the table.

  4. michael_harrison says:

    eeeek!!!
    really not much one can say about that piece.
    sooo slick.
    good find James E. P.

  5. NES says:

    Hope your children are better already, JC.

    Excellent find, JEP! Good piece of propaganda. I SO get what N4X5 said in an earlier comment and vociferously agree. To me, this commercial reeks of the same brand/feel of the single-minded deception one encounters when attending a network marketing meeting for corporate/religious cult organizations such as ASEA, AMWAY and Scientology–well chosen soft spoken female, slick office environments, divisions of responsibility neatly encapsulated. It’s the ‘clean room’ effect. Last year I was an unwilling participant at such a gathering. Having gone along in support of a friend who had serious health concerns to research I knew what to expect long before we arrived to be proselytized. The rhetoric was delivered exactly as expected. Bingo. On the nose.

    The CIA’s real-life commercial also tends toward a creepy parallel with the old Babylon 5 TV series and their ‘Psycorp Division’. Psycorp propaganda (CIA recruiting) is controlled by the Earth’s deception machine, INS (DinoMedia). Psycorp telepaths identified via DNA testing at birth are taken-in (captured), given a home (imprisoned) and a job (held with no hope of release)–both the Normie unaware telepaths who worshipped the machine (the conditioned) and their rogue opposites (the awakened) who do not want to participate but have no other choice and no rights. Just too close to home these days. Did I say YIKES?

  6. zyxzevn says:

    Propaganda Analysis – Criminal Conspiracy Theorists! – NY POST
    Keith Knight
    https://www.bitchute.com/video/tkI13QnF6vxV/

  7. calibrator says:

    I have a nice recruitment video, too:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SMTz9nIUkGc

    “Join Now!”

  8. brian.s says:

    Robots are calling robots – and some are realising that not only are they robots but that most others are relating as if they are real.

    Now I am not saying there are not living beings beneath the programming – but I am saying that it takes one to know one, works the bubble of a false reality – but it also works the ‘unplugging from the matrix’.

    To recognize what we are NOT is to no longer see it or react to it in terms of something real and therefore engage with it in its framework.

    The CIA is being mind-controlled.
    To ask who a lie is is to miss the point.

    The idea of mind as controller is the usurping of true will by the lie and the father of it – or in more practical terms; a case of mis-taken identity.

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