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Subject: Re: Human Experimentation : Vermin Continue to Experiment
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Date: Wed, 20 Nov 2002 03:07:28 GMT
NNTP-Posting-Date: Wed, 20 Nov 2002 03:07:28 GMT
Organization: AT&T Worldnet
I am not quite sure where you are heading. But, if you have something useful
to say, plough on. Everyone will read it. But, if you are repeating the
aluminium foil stuff and pictures etc. (were you the one that posted that
stuff a while back ?), you might keep trying. Someday I'm hoping to get a
fix on your role in it. Keep adding on.
The guys responsible are making a fool of themselves in front of all the
people right now.
I am hoping to have their faces pasted all over town and every man, woman
and child should see how to expose each one of these vermin. People should
know what makes a vermin in today's world - not what the news is reporting,
is it ???
You know why the Nazis invited the wrath of God on them, don't you.
Just wait and see.
"Mark Fergerson" wrote in message
> News2020 wrote:
> > Ask that question to the victims of MKULTRA type of experimentation.
> read previous related posts if you do not know what I am referring to.>
> I have, and I do indeed know what
> you're talking about. The answer I get
> is always the same; "You don't know what
> you're talking about, just wait till
> they start on YOU!"
> Well, I'm not worried about it because
> I grok the scientific method and know
> how to choose and use the appropriate
> instruments to isolate, identify, and
> eliminate the kind of "effects" you go
> on about.
> Since you have admitted you don't have
> the above-mentioned abilities, you're
> "special" in that you're stuck with
> what's called "magical thinking".
> Just don't expect people who do have
> those abilities to go along with you.
> Now, talking about the scientific
> method, wanna discuss the Hieronymus
> "machine"? I know that it works, but I
> don't know how. With about thirty years
> of training, and a few Aha! moments, you
> might be able to adapt it for a little
> peace of mind, if not outright relief.
> Mark L. Fergerson