Liberal counterintellignce operations


Angleton, Zychlinsk, Vella

Offensive Counterintelligence methodology

“Counterespionage goes beyond being reactive, and actively tries to subvert hostile intelligence services, by recruiting agents in the foreign service, by discrediting personnel actually loyal to their own service, and taking away resources that would be useful to the hostile service. All of these actions apply to non-national threats as well as to national organizations”

The tactics used in social justice harassment correlate to those used in counterintelligence. The academics identified in photographs at harassment events are connected to the Pittsburgh Mind-Body Center and Virginia Tech. Research at these institutions on eye movement and reading or ‘hostile people’ and cardiovascular responses to stress is believed to be of interest to counterintelligence agencies in the development of ‘hostile intent’ technology and predictive behavioral analysis models. Senior researchers like Sheldon Cohen, Thomas Kamarck, Karen Mathews, William Klien, Bruce Friedman possibly participated in MK-ULTRA experiments. Elizabeth Vella is possibly related to CIA official James Jesus Angleton and Arturo Zychlinski which may explain her prodigious co-authored publications with Kamarck and Friedman.

Identifying threats

“It is inconceivable that a secret arm of the government has to comply with all the overt orders of the government.” –James Jesus Angleton. Tim Weiner, Legacy of Ashes: The History of the CIA, Anchor Books, 2008, page 390

The Pittsburgh Mind-Body Research Group claims to study stress in ‘healthy people’ however, according to the research being published they are selecting for ‘hostile’ people. Behavioral scientists define ‘hostile’ as being a degree of ones agreeableness with less agreeable people being more likely to  harm others and have mental health issues. Are these researchers actually profiling the population for personality types most likely to oppose their political interests?

“This in turn produces an unusual independence of mind, freeing the INTJ from the constraints of authority, convention, or sentiment for its own sake …”

For example, I’m an INTJ personality type on the Briggs-Myers Personality test. A hallmark of this personality type is a strong drive to correct flaws and improve systems and a disregard of authority or social convention. If something’s wrong we are going to stand up and say so. No doubt making us more likely to get shot at, which may explain why we are only 3% of the population!


Reciprocal altruism leads to the increase altruism genes in a group whereas indiscriminate altruism does not. Reciprocity is a strategy that includes elements of accountability in ones helpfulness while indiscriminate is laissez-faire with little or no accountability.

Altruistic people have a tendency to be more ethnocentric. Behavioral biologists this is a logical conclusion, but to a social scientist it is highly alarming because their research is politically driven. Nature rewards reciprocal altruism and ethnocentrism with high levels of oxytocin the hormone associated with feeling of love and affection. It is likely these people would also be more likely to defend their territory and their loved ones with their lives (see Depth of the Kindness Hormone Appears to Know Some Bounds, By NICHOLAS WADE, New York Times, January 10, 2011).

“Deception is a state of mind and the mind of the State.” –James Jesus Angleton, Head of CIA Counter Intelligence 1954-1974. Originally aired on BBC2 in 1992, ‘Operation Gladio‘ reveals ‘Gladio’, the secret state-sponsored terror network operating in Europe

Because behavioral evolution theory affirms conservative values and not liberal values, progressives avoid the word ‘helpful’ and instead try to draw positive correlations between altruism and ’empathy’ contrasted negative correlations between conservatism and ‘intolerance’ (see Empathy, Open-mindedness, and Political Ideology: Conservative and Liberal Trends, by Dani Cosme, Chrissy Pepino, Brandon Brown. E-Research Vol 1, No 3, 2010).

Conservatives need to challenge politically driven behavioral science research and close the borders tight.

Recruiting people into abuse

Deborah Winters

Deborah Winters

“[She] examines the issues of culture and diversity, particularly the role of “anti-racist white people” in creating social justice for all.” — Deborah Winters,  Clinical Associate Professor, Field Education

Whatever it is that they say to people to get them to participate they seem never to be told no. They have obviously been told something stigmatizing about me and while at the same time their egos stroked on being ‘selected’ to help and they are also made to feel they are engaging in a benign act of heroic virtue. There is also an element of excitement at engaging in a sanctioned activity that is otherwise forbidden.

Witholding of helpful resources

For me, resources are constantly delayed even if momentarily with employees or co-workers claiming for one reason or another that they are unable to deliver the resource only to suddenly find a way when you’ve just about reached the exit.

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