CIA’s role in U.S. civil unrest

The CIA is a rather dysfunctional civil service agency of the United States government. It’s yet another spy agency which cultivates a climate of extreme secrecy, employing “old-school” methods distinct from the electronic telephone and internet surveillance of NSA and other “three-letter agencies” or “TLAs” as they are sometimes called.

Mental health and psychiatry

The CIA is dependent on the psychiatric or mental health industry as “cover” for much of its dirty work. In this context, there is a “firm” which is a little bit too corporate in demoting clients and customers to “consumers” deemed incapable of making their own decisions and being “productive” members of the type of civil society the government wishes to cultivate.

A “consumer” of mental health services typically has a “case worker” much as a “spy” would have a “handler” if employed at “the firm” in that capacity. It all goes along with the climate or mindset of “paranoid schizophrenia” cultivated so religiously by the mental health and psychiatric industry.

… The 53-year-old victim, Bowen Dallmann, told police [Dr. Joshua] Sonkiss “punched him in the face” for “not wearing a mask” at the Juneau grocery store on June 1, according to a citation filed by Juneau municipal prosecutors. // The document notes a witness backed up Dallmann’s account. //… Sonkiss told police he “felt threatened by Dallmann,” according to the citation. …

Alaska psychiatrist is accused of punching a man because he wasn’t wearing a mask in a Juneau grocery store

Statecraft and tradecraft

Statecraft and tradecraft are the CIA’s jurisdiction. Craft is a Germanic “power” in this context, and the CIA’s job or assignment in this paradigm or worldview is to build up the power of the state and simultaneously that of the trades or labor unions. There is a whole Nazist bent to this thing. It is an unabashedly pro-Confederate point of view for the Deep South of the United States, as fascist as Benito Mussolini in the Second World War.

Obviously the powers of statecraft and tradecraft are needed by the United States to overcome a deep endemic structural trade deficit, principally with China, but there are deep structural obstacles to U.S. progress on these fronts, frequently exacerbated by excessively intimate connections to strong foreign interests, such as ANTIFA and the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone in Seattle.

Extreme secrecy and denial of civil rights

The extreme secrecy of the CIA is based on an informal “honor system” rather than the formalized top secret classification of data and information on computer systems at the NSA and similar agencies. The “honor system” of the CIA does not comport well with the use of dishonorable “below-the-belt” smear tactics employed by agents to “off” political opponents or dismiss or disquality potential workers or employees from entire industries or professions on an arbitrary basis by proprietary proctored exams and similar means.

There is typically no defense in a court of law to adverse life-ruining actions up to and including direct homicide perpetrated by agents of the Central Intelligence Agency, as the CIA’s “honor system” makes a mockery of the checks and balances of the Legislative, Executive, and Judicial branches of government as established by the Constitution.

Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction.

— The Thirteenth Article of Amendment of the Constitution of the United States of America, ratified December 6, 1865.

Unconstitutional gun control

In spite of the plain words of the Constitution, the Gun Control Act of 1968 relies on the “statecraft” and “tradecraft” jurisdiction of “interstate commerce” to deny the rights to possess and carry firearms on arbitrary conditions of involuntary servitude or civil commitment in U.S. courts by dishonest psychiatrists who receive kickbacks from major European drug makers for forcibly prescribing the medications they manufacture.

(g)It shall be unlawful for any person—(4)who has been adjudicated as a mental defective or who has been committed to a mental institution;—to ship or transport in interstate or foreign commerce, or possess in or affecting commerce, any firearm or ammunition; or to receive any firearm or ammunition which has been shipped or transported in interstate or foreign commerce.

— Title 18 US Code § 922

The bottom line is that slavery, involuntary servitude, civil commitment, mental health adjudication, and gun control are not constitutionally legitimate methods for overcoming barriers, embargoes, and structural deficits to U.S. participation in free international trade.

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