God’s Army vs the Transhumanists

Arlington Fishing Club

God’s going to have to recast the source-of-all-evil adulteress as a transhumanist. He must have known this day was coming and used the adulteress as symbolic of anything that presents an ideal world that leads you farther from God. At least the seductress was human with longings, dreams, and weaknesses like all of us. Maybe …

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Where the Brave Go When There’s Nowhere Left to Go: The Story of Colonel Nick “Five Years to Freedom” Rowe

Colonel Nick Rowe

Man, woman, young, old, soldier, civilian—everyone will find the inspiration, comfort, or push they need from James N. Rowe’s story of captivity. The Special Forces Intelligence Officer and man eventually responsible for developing the US Army’s SERE (Survival, Evasion, Resistance, Escape) training program was one of only two men to escape the Viet Cong.

Holding Scientists and Medical Researchers Accountable for Unethical Human Testing, Part 4: Happy Veterans Day, You Magnificent Lab Rats

Mustard gas testing on human beings was done at Edgewood Arsenal, Maryland, in 1945. (Edgewood Arsenal / U.S. Military Photo/Wikimedia Commons)

Today, it’s all about you, the veteran, you magnificent lab rat. Unethical experiments were conducted and are being conducted both by the military on civilians, and by the military or other agencies on military personnel. Why were and are they unethical? Because the test subjects—us—were not and are not fully informed of what is being done to them, and they did not knowingly consent to be used as a guinea pigs.

Holding Scientists and Medical Researchers Accountable for Unethical Human Testing, Part 3: Massachusetts, Ground Zero

The U.S. Atomic Energy Commission has its own coin.

The history of testing unwitting humans in Massachusetts has a far earlier history. In 1896, Dr. Arthur Wentworth wanted to know if conducting spinal taps on babies would be harmful, so he just went ahead and conducted 29 of them without the knowledge or consent of their parents.

Holding Scientists and Medical Researchers Accountable for Unethical Human Testing, Part 2: Roberts Bartholow and the Brain Invaders

Dr. Roberts Bartholow used electricity to experiment on the brain.

Bartholow wanted to see if the mapping of human brains corresponded with the mapping of animal brains. He did this by using a pair of electrolytic needles inserted into the dura mater surrounding the brain and underlying tissue and applying low levels of electric current.

Holding Scientists and Medical Researchers Accountable for Unethical Human Testing, Part 1: J. Marion Sims, The Father of Gynecology

J. Marion Sims was knowns as the Father of Gynecology.

On Sunday I wrote about “7 Horrific Experiments U.S. Scientists Conducted on We The People and Their Final Solution.” I thought, OK, done. It’s a bleak topic and clearly using humans as guinea pigs in seven experiments is seven too many, but I’ve brought attention to the subject and can move on, right? Then a reader …

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7 Horrific Experiments U.S. Scientists Conducted on We The People

The Stata Center at MIT is as whacky as the scientists working within. Unaltered image by Pablo Valerio/Wikimedia Commons

Let’s review: 1. 1858: New York prison systems administer shower baths to unruly “negro” prisoners. What’s a shower bath, you ask. It’s essentially waterboarding, but in a seated position. Torturers of old apparently lacked the finesse of today’s torturers, not understanding how backing off was more detrimental to the victim because of the lingering fear. …

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Outfox the VA’s Attempt to Kill You, Part 3: Twin Peaks Director Pushes Meditation Indiscriminately

The ritual of the kit never changes.

On Wednesday, we looked at the VA’s 2020 National Suicide Prevention Annual Report, which states in no uncertain terms, staring on Page 33, that nay veteran, whether they are on the VA’s radar or not, can and will be surveilled under the guise of preventing suicide. Following that we looked at how Operation Vigilante Eagle …

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Outfox the VA’s Attempt to Kill You: Part 2, Learn the Enemy’s Methods

Australian soldiers march with full kits during World War II.

Yesterday, I pointed out how the VA’s 2020 National Veteran Suicide Prevention Annual Report is crystal clear on surveilling veterans under the cover of suicide prevention. You should see a spike in your blood pressure when you begin to study the chart on Page 33. Communists don’t hide their intention. Patriots, in our naivety, simply …

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Hope in the Face of A Seemingly Impossible Mission

Nehemiah inspects the ruins of the Jerusalem walls at night with a few of his trusted men.

Nehemiah didn’t tell anyone his plans. He scouted out the job at night, under the cover of darkness, with only a few other men, all Special Forces-like. Then he went to the city leaders and got them on board with his plan. Next the disorganized citizenry was made responsible for rebuilding a portion of the wall or repairing a gate.

The Military Grace Notes of Winnie-The-Pooh

Winnie-The-Pooh was not written to explain shell shock to a son. (Photo by Ethan Imaap)

So, where did this Pooh-as-PTSD narrative begin? Apparently, a group of Canadian doctors, led by Sarah E. Shea, a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in pediatric behavioral medicine, wrote a paper in the Dec. 12, 2000 edition of the Canadian Medical Association Journal entitled “Pathology in the Hundred Acre Wood: a neurodevelopmental perspective on A.A. Milne.” The intent was to poke fun at her profession and to call attention to the ease by which psychologists labeled people, especially children, and then reflexively prescribed medication or a cocktail of medicines.