Profiling Radicals Through Stress Analysis and Data-Mining

By Lou Michel

Imagine using the same technology to locate a lone bomber before he carries out his terrorist act and to identify a troubled veteran or first responder ground down by tragedies and violence.

Stop imagining.

Some 120 local first responders from law enforcement and other agencies, the military and mental health professionals gathered Friday to hear firsthand about an advanced computer program that can accomplish those two seemingly different tasks.

The presentation was part of the International First Responder-Military Symposium held at Hilbert College in the Town of Hamburg.

A Swiss professor working with a Massachusetts Institute of Technology scientist who heads the Mind Machine Project there outlined how this program operates through computerized scanning of phone calls and electronic messages sent through e-mail and social networking mechanisms.

“Suppose you know there’s a threat to the president when he is visiting, say, Texas. Through information obtained by the National Security Agency, we have the tools to go through huge quantities of data obtained from that area,” said professor Mathieu Guidere of the University of Geneva.

How? “The computer system detects resentment in conversations through measurements in decibels and other voice biometrics,” he said. “It detects obsessiveness with the individual going back to the same topic over and over, measuring crescendos.”

As for written transmissions scrutinized by the computer program, it can detect the same patterns of fixation on specified subjects, said Guidere, who has worked for years screening mass data that involves radicalization and ideological indoctrination.

Using character traits that have been identified through psychological profiles conducted on lone bombers following the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, Guidere said he and his colleagues developed programs that isolate signs pointing to a potential terrorist.

He said lone bombers, in particular, are not mentally deranged but harbor hatred and deep resentment toward government. Their emotional spikes, Guidere explained, can be identified by the computer program.

The practical side is that once the individual has been identified, the information can be passed along to authorities so surveillance can begin, he said.

Currently, the computer program can review 10,000 voice or other electronic transmissions in an hour. The goal, the professor said, is to increase the capacity to 100,000 per hour.

On the civilian side, the program can be used by psychologists and other mental health providers working with war veterans, law enforcement officials and others to measure their progress in recovery.

“By recording the voice of the patient, the program can rate negativity and positivity with depression and other emotional disorders,” said Guidere, who is working with Dr. Newton Howard, director of MIT’s Mind Machine Project.


Allies and values–Jarosław Kaczyński (trans. from Polish)

[Brother of the dead president warns of neo-imperialist foreign policy of Moscow.]

Allies and values

Jarosław Kaczyński – President of the Law and Justice

Poland is the sixth largest country in the European Union. Apart from Great Britain, Poland is the most persistent U.S. ally in Europe. It is constantly involved in political and military cooperation with Washington. The late Polish President Lech Kaczynski, as well as my Government Law and Justice party, has consistently built an alliance of large and smaller countries of Central and Eastern Europe. Its axis was the Baltic countries (Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia) and the Visegrad countries (Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary). We did a lot to the European structures and NATO to bring the former Soviet republics such as Ukraine and Georgia, Azerbaijan and Armenia and Moldova. Pursuing national interests and regional zderzaliśmy the foreign policy of Russia, which systematically reconstructs its sphere of influence – a fact often overlooked by American and European politicians.

Our policy formed part of the traditions of the Polish “Solidarity”. It should be noted that already during the first congress of trade union “Solidarity” (1981) issued a special proclamation to the nations of Central and Eastern Europe, which upset the Kremlin and the Warsaw Pact. Many Poles – including members of my government – was inspired by the beliefs and national tradition in the spirit “for our freedom and yours”, believing that the freedom of our country is closely linked to guarantees of freedom and democracy in many parts of Europe.

At the same time, together with other nations, fought for odkłamanie history of Central and Eastern Europe, falsified by the many decades of Soviet propaganda. Today we are witnessing attempts to diminish the role of our region in Europe. Such actions are a gift for those who do not recognize the values of democracy and human rights. May seem attractive business partners, but do not respect the values and standards that prevail in the Euro-Atlantic political space.

Today the situation is quite different during the EU enlargement in 2004, however, our priority expansion of Europe’s role in Central and Eastern Europe remains unchanged and we believe that it is acting in the interests of the transatlantic alliance. Countries that have recently regained their freedom and a break from Moscow – also thanks to the phenomenon of Polish “Solidarity” – expect a serious partner and relationship with Washington.

Relations between Central and Eastern Europe and the U.S. must be two-way street. The countries of our region are also worried about Tehran’s policy or situation in the Middle East, however, our region must be afforded the protection and safety. I am writing this shortly after joint military exercises of Russia and Belarus under the codename “Zapad” where the “enemy” was my country.

We are a stable member of the international structures, like NATO and the European Union. We play well in other international teams. But to ensure our national interest, we can not rule forever, the right to veto the decisions of these structures, which are contrary to our aspirations and priorities. Moreover, the European Union, two of the three countries using the instrument to veto most often is “prymusi” European integration, countries are very involved in the deepening of Germany and Belgium. This means that you can simultaneously love united Europe and creatively to oppose some of its aspects.

There were no items to install anti-missile shield project in Poland and the Czech Republic. But there are growing indications that the declining American engagement in Europe. It’s bad for both sides. Unfortunately, this situation takes place, while the neo-imperialist foreign policy of Moscow, it is common kontrreakcji from major political playmakers in Europe and America. Strengthening bilateral cooperation with major European countries, Russia, dictated by economic reasons, carries a significant political consequences, and reduces the importance of the European Union.

Europe in 2010 is dominated by the big EU Member States in a much greater extent than it did in 2004. The Lisbon Treaty does not help achieve the promise of a substantial increase Europe’s role in international politics. This instrument does not załagodził the impact of the global financial crisis.

In life you need friends, and in politics – alliances. Friendship is not built through selfishness, and not cemented alliances by forgetting the allies. In this latter respect, the example of Georgia is typical: a policy of concessions to Russia on the part of the existing European and non-allies, does not encourage other states to be with the Euro-Atlantic system for good or for bad. Polish journalist Julius Mieroszewski, who after 1945 had not returned to the Polish-occupied by Soviet troops, thus protesting against the imposition of Russian and Communist domination in our region of Europe, he wrote in exile, that the policy to be effective it must first be morally justified.

This old truth I would like to dedicate today’s main actors in the international political scene. Please respect the interests of not only the largest but also medium and small countries. Please return to the standards and morals, which were for many people and nations based on faith in a better world. Signposting should be vacuumed values in international politics.

Under those rules, behaved in public life, my brother, President Lech Kaczynski, and for them died in a terrible crash Smolensk.

President of the Law and Justice
Jaroslaw Kaczynski

An article in the English version was sent out to politicians and opinion leaders in the world

ATTEMPTED COUP IN ECUADOR? Police Mutiny Spurs State of Emergency

[Police pay cuts set-off a possible coup.  This should be kept in mind by leaders of other governments as they attempt to implement IMF mandated pay cuts and tax increases.  The world is a powder keg.  People will not accept further hardships to finance budget balancing, or to pay for unneeded military increases.  The time for change has come, gentlemen.  It is the people’s turn to set the agenda.]

ATTEMPTED COUP IN ECUADOR? Police Mutiny Spurs State of Emergency

Ecuador’s President Rafael Correa was injured when rowdy protests by policemen turned into a full-blown crisis and the government declared a state of emergency in the face of what the head of state called an attempted coup. “Gentlemen, if you want to kill the president, here he is. Kill me if you want to, kill me if you have courage, instead of being in a crowd, hiding like cowards,” an indignant Correa told the police

QUITO – Rowdy protests by Ecuadorian police unhappy with changes to their pay and benefits turned into a full-blown crisis Thursday as cops besieged President Rafael Correa in a Quito hospital and the government declared a state of emergency in the face of what the head of state called an attempted coup.

Correa, who recently underwent knee surgery, entered the hospital after being injured when mutinous police accosted him and his bodyguards as they tried to leave the main police barracks in the capital after he addressed the disgruntled cops.

“Gentlemen, if you want to kill the president, here he is. Kill me if you want to, kill me if you have courage, instead of being in a crowd, hiding like cowards,” an indignant Correa told the police.

The president then entered the Metropolitan Military Hospital, next to the police barracks, to be treated for an injury to his leg.

He later told state radio by telephone that the mutinous police had surrounded the building and were effectively holding him hostage.

“It is an attempt at a coup d’etat by the opposition and by certain entrenched groups in the armed forces and police that were also there, basically the Sociedad Patriotica group,” Correa said, referring to the political party founded by former President Lucio Gutierrez.

Speaking by telephone from Brazil, Gutierrez, who took office in January 2003 and was ousted by Ecuador’s Congress in April 2005, denied any role in Thursday’s uprising.

Rebellious police also occupied the National Assembly and disturbances spread across Ecuador, prompting presidential aid Alexis Mera to declare a state of emergency giving the armed forces responsibility for both external and internal security.

The head of the armed forces Joint Command, Gen. Ernesto Gonzalez, went on television Thursday afternoon to call for an end to the mutiny.

“We invite the national police and sectors of civil society, as well as certain elements of the armed forces, to abandon their (aggressive) attitude,” he said.

At the same time, he urged that the legislation which sparked the police uprising “be reviewed or nullified.”

The military, Gonzalez said, is “subordinated to the national interest and also subordinated to the legal, legitimately constituted and maximum authority of the armed forces – the president of the republic.”

Hundreds of Correa partisans gathered in front of the presidential palace, where Foreign Minister Ricardo Patiño appeared on a balcony to urge people to rescue Correa from the military hospital.

But when thousands of government supporters approached the hospital in an attempt to break the siege, police repeatedly drove them away with massive volleys of tear gas.

An Efe reporter also witnessed the cops firing rubber bullets at the crowd.

At least one person has died in the violence, Security Minister Miguel Carvajal said, while extending an offer of dialogue with the rebellious police if they stand down.

Inside the hospital, meanwhile, Correa was meeting with representatives of the disgruntled police, the official Andes news agency said.

The police were accompanied by an attorney and Finance Minister Patricio Rivera was also present, the agency said.

Leaders of individual Latin American countries issued statements deploring the uprising and expressing unconditional support for Correa, who first took office in early 2007 and was re-elected in a landslide in 2009 after securing ratification of a new constitution.

The 12-member Union of South American Nations, or UNASUR, convened an emergency summit for Friday in Argentina, whose government current occupies the bloc’s rotating presidency.

The presidents of Venezuela, Hugo Chavez; Bolivia, Evo Morales; Colombia, Juan Manuel Santos; Peru, Alan Garcia; and Uruguay, Jose Mujica, confirmed that they would travel to Buenos Aires for the gathering.

At an emergency session in Washington, representatives of the Organization of American States unanimously approved a resolution repudiating any attempt to subvert the democratic order in Ecuador.

Spanish Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero telephoned Correa to convey Spain’s support for Ecuador’s democratic institutions and condemn the police mutiny, officials in Madrid told EFE.


[The roots of this technology–SSRM Tek.]


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Published: December 22, 1998 German ZDF TV

NARRATOR: The Kremlin. Until shortly the symbol of absolute power. The dream of the red czars was a disciplined society they could completely control. This dream once inspired George Orwell to write his darkly futuristic novel, “1984”. Autumn 1998, and [now] there is a new crisis in Russia. Years after the collapse of communism the citizens are crushed as much by the economic collapse as they are crushed by the aftermaths of the more than seven decades lasting old system. It was like a net of blunt force and secret control which constrained the citizens. Some of these methods, like the Stalinistic camps, were reported all over the world. Others even its victims only report very rarely. In this country, many see themselves as victims: Victims of armed conflicts or political repression. Victims of secret psychiatric experiments or the constant fear of the “big brother”.

[A young man is shown. He is in a wheelchair and has bandages all over his head. An old lady, presumably an assistant to Dr. Smirnov, attaches electrodes to various parts on his head and body.]

NARRATOR: This young man is a victim of the war in Tschetschenia. A soldier who could escape from the surrounded Grosnie.

MAN IN WHEELCHAIR: “Mama has cried. She thanks you for everything you have done for us.”

NARRATOR: Only a year ago, due to his war trauma, Sasha could neither talk nor move on his own. He had eye and hearing disturbances. Traditional psychiatry had given him up as a hopeless case and condemned him to vegetate in a closed asylum.

OLD WOMAN [asks Man In Wheelchair]: “Is it conformable for you like this ? You can sit calmly this way and rest your head.” [The man in the wheelchair is seated in front of a computer screen].

NARRATOR: Soon yet another session of a treatment will start which eventually will completely heal the young man. The instrument of this treatment is a computer program which has been individually tailored to each patient. Over a system of impulses it directly acts on his subconscious. Its inventor refers to this treatment as “Psycho-Correction”.  [read HERE]

The Russian Invasion Of The United States

The Russian Invasion Of The United States

Sep 30, 2010


“Humanity stands on the brink of a psychotronic war.”~Russian Military Article

As the United States prepares for the coming war, and it is coming, we must advocate the protection of our children.  Our children are our most important resource; they represent the future of the United States, our independent heritage, and self-evident freedom of thought.  Without our children’s ability to think freely, creatively, emotionally—we as a nation, will cease to exist.  And, our enemies are quite aware of this fact.

The United States is a country without walls.  Traditionally, we are immigrants, arriving on the continent’s shores from Lithuania to China.  We have come to this country to provide better lives, free of totalitarianism, communism, and oppression, for the best interest of the next generation.  It is in the United States that Native American, Jew, Muslim, Christian, Hindu, Buddhist, Palestinian, Sikh, Mexican, Israeli, Bangladeshi, Vietnamese, Ethiopian, and so many others can live side by side, eating together in the same restaurants, and send their children to the same schools.  I know these immigrants.  My neighbors, my friends.  Those still overseas, who live under hardship still say, “Keep America safe for us.”  The United States is viewed as the last outpost, and our country is vast, but we are allowing ourselves to become polarized.  And, our enemies are quite aware of this fact.  They gloat at our failures.

During 9/11 we were taken by surprise.  We should have been prepared.  Now, rumors of war fill the air again.  Americans do not want war though.  We are tired of fighting, losing our soldiers, killing others.  In war, the innocents always die too.

With our economic situation overwhelming us, the government’s attention is attuned to matters at home, while battling current wars abroad.  Yes, they’re alert to further terror attacks.  But what if the next attack wasn’t on the ground, nor even visible?

The possible ultimate defeat of the United States will come with the control of the human mind.  I believe it may begin with our children.   The mental control or deaths of our children would strike fear in the heart of every man and woman in the country.  For adults, there is nothing we would not do for the next generation.  We are at war folks, with the Russians.  They have never ceased being our enemy.  My nightmare is a Russian invasion of The United States without us even knowing.

The Brutality of the Russians

Reminiscent of the Varangians who pillaged and burnt their way across Northern Europe with a sword, the Rus carry this same type of brutality into the 21st century.

In 2002, Chechen militants took the Moscow Theatre hostage, holding 850 hostages.  To subdue the hostages, the Russian military pumped the theatre with a toxic chemical agent (fentanyl or 3-methylfentanyl), killing 129 hostages and the 39 militants. Though the deaths of five children were reported by medical personnel to journalists, the official statement read that no children were among the dead. (1)

In 2004, Chechen terrorists took the Beslan school hostage in Russia, holding 1,100 people.  The outcome resulted in the deaths of 186 children (of 777) as Russians went in on the third day of the standoff using tanks, flamethrower rockets, and heavy weaponry. (2)

The Russian wars with Chechnya, [First 1994-1996 (3); Second 1999-2009] have had lasting effects upon the civilian population, specifically an entire generation of Chechen children:

“As of 2008, the infant mortality rate stood at 17 per 1,000, the highest in Russia; there are reports of growing a number of genetic disorders in babies and unexplained illnesses among school children. One child in 10 is born with some kind of anomaly that requires treatment. Some children whose parents can afford it are sent to the neighboring republic of Dagestan, where treatment is better; Chechnya lacks sufficient medical equipment in most of its medical facilities. According to the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), since 1994 to 2008 about 25,000 children in Chechnya have lost one or both parents. A whole generation of Chechen children is showing symptoms of psychological trauma. In 2006, Chechnya’s pro-Moscow deputy health minister, said the Chechen children had become “living specimens” of what it means to grow up with the constant threat of violence and chronic poverty. In 2007, the Chechen interior ministry has identified 1,000 street children involved in vagrancy; the number was increasing.” (4)

Eric Margolis, Contributing  Foreign Editor to the Toronto Sun writes, “Almost unknown is the genocide of two million of the USSR’s Muslim peoples: Chechens, Ingush, Crimean Tatars, Tajiks, Bashkirs and Kazaks. The Chechen independence fighters who today are branded as ‘terrorists’ by the U.S. and Russia are the grandchildren of survivors of Soviet concentration camps.  Add to this list of forgotten atrocities the murder in Eastern Europe from 1945-47 of at least two million ethnic Germans, mostly women and children, and the violent expulsion of 15 million more Germans, during which two million German girls and women were raped. …During the bitter winter of 1932-33, 25,000 Ukrainians per day were being shot or died of starvation and cold. Cannibalism became common. Ukraine, writes historian Robert Conquest, looked like a giant version of the future Bergen-Belsen death camp. The mass murder of seven million Ukrainians, three million of them children, and deportation to the gulag of two million more (where most died) was hidden by Soviet propaganda….Russia never prosecuted any of its mass murderers, as Germany did.” (5)

War with Russia means “no mercy,” not even for the children.

History books have been written showing that force was used to control civilian and enemy populations.  A good example of this would be the invasion of Celtic Britain by Germanic tribes and the Normans (‘North Men’–descendants of the Vikings). (6)

Using physical means, the native populace was either driven to the other isles of Wales, Ireland, and Scotland or were killed.  In an effort to maintain control and power, man physically destroyed man.  Not much changed during the next 1,000 years until after atom bombs decimated Hiroshima and Nagasaki.  Afterward, a push was made to both continue nuclear research as a defense and to simultaneously search out further means of subvertly controlling large populations.

As the world has simultaneously expanded and shrunk because of the continuous exchange of information, trade, and technology, the mind wars have grown.  The arrival of the 21st century has heralded the fight for the power of the collective mind.  Like the United States, a country without walls, the human body is an open organism.

During the height of the Cold War, the Russians completed their own neuroscience research (7) as well, studying Extrasensory Perception (ESP), Psychokinesis, Out of the Body Experiences, Hypnosis at a Distance,(8) Remote Viewing, and the development of weapons useful for altering the perception of human reality.(9)

During the Cold War, the Soviet Union (Russia today) also used microwaves, directing them at the U.S. Embassy in Moscow.  “In 1988, ‘thirty-five years after security officers first noticed that the Soviets were bombarding the US embassy in Moscow with microwave radiation, the US government still has not determined conclusively—or is unwilling to reveal—the purpose behind the beams.’ The US government did know what was happening.  The Soviets had developed methods for disrupting the purposeful thought of humans and were using their knowledge to impact diplomats in the United States embassy in Moscow…..The CIA did investigate the use and effect of microwaves on human beings in response to a Soviet practice of beaming microwaves on the US embassy.” (10)

“It is completely clear that the state which is first to create such weapons will achieve incomparable superiority.” — Major I. Chernishev, Russian army (11)

The Russians have been developing psychotronic weapons: those which transfer energy via magnetic or electromagnetic fields (EMF) to a receiver.  That person(s) would become mentally influenced.  This information is received subconsciously, leaving the receiver completely unaware.  EMF induction affects a person’s body, mood, and thoughts.  Developed for use against a military enemy, in the wrong hands, perhaps the Russians, these kinds of weaponry could be targeted at the U.S. civilian population.

Dr. Dean Radin,  Senior Scientist at the Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS) was asked his opinion of EMF mind control outcomes on the brain:

“The question is, were there ever elements of the intel/military world engaged in experiments on human behavior (not mind) control? Yes, many decades ago, during the cold war. But is such work still taking place? I don’t know, because if it is it would be a black project and then by definition only those involved would know of it. I hope no such projects are underway, because I do believe that EMF, used in nefarious ways, can destabilize the brain, and potentially generate feelings of violence or apathy. But I very strongly doubt that specific thoughts or intentions or actions can be induced.” (12)

Could it be that the Russians would influence our children and our youth to commit murder against their own families?  An attack from within?  We as parents would be hesitant to fight back against our own blood who would be behaving as zombies.  And are we possibly already seeing the beginning of this subliminal influence in our population with increased attacks upon innocents by a lone gunman, presumed crazy?

Or will our children and their minds be held hostage while we receive new dictatorial orders from Moscow and the KGB?

Victor Solntsev of the Baumann Technical Institute in Moscow has stated that all levels of a person’s or group’s psyche (subconscious, conscious, and superconscious) are targets. (13)

Biblical prophecy states, “And the people shall be oppressed, everyone by another, and every one by his neighbor: the child shall behave himself proudly against the ancient, and the base against the honorable.”~ Isaiah 3:5

Most interesting, the Native American HOPI Prophecy is quite similar: “Time prior to Purification Day– Weather changes, Earth changes, mass starvation, 3rd world war, and children committing murder.”~ Hopi Elders (14)

The Russians thrive on polarization.  The time for an invasion of their enemy is ripe.  If the Russians wish to begin such a war, they might first need to take down HAARP.  HAARP is the High-Frequency Active Aural Research Program, based in Gokoma, Alaska, and is jointly managed by the US Air Force and the US Navy, and is considered a part of a new generation of sophisticated weaponry under the US Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI).  Essentially, it is the American counterpart to the Russian’s program.  When the war begins, it will begin in Alaska.

“Suffer the Children”

Afternote: I am a dreamer.  I have had several dreams of WWIII, two which indicated the Russians will attack us first.

Liz Colado, essayist and poet, resides in the United States.  A poet since childhood, her poems reflect the images and premonitions of her subconscious dreams.  The writing of poetry has been her escape to a world apart, a dimension of other, a reality considered.  The meaning of poetry has helped center her all of her life.  She is also the main character of a life exposed, written by an anonymous author.  Read the poetry of Liz Colado and consider the interior of her mind to be the discovery of a personal dream journal on the edge. The author publishes exclusively at Basil & Spice. Visit Liz Colado’s Writer’s Page.











11) Chernishev, “Can Rulers Make `Zombies’ and Control the World?” Orienteer, February 1997, pp. 58-62.

12) p.32


14) Art Bell: Transcript of Jun. 17th 1998 interview with Robert Ghost Wolf and Hopi Elders.


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“Partnership for Peace” Program Prepares the Penetration of Tajikistan

[So-called “counter-insurgency” aid and “counter-narcotics’ missions are excuses for NATO to begin the flow of equipment into Tajikistan’s eastern regions, right beside western China.  The “Partnership for Peace” program is a marketing ploy, intended to convince Tajikistan’s military leaders that they need more military hardware.  Tajik leaders must realize that the more “aid” they receive, the greater the American trouble-making.  It is not necessary that they roll over to accomadate other people’s plans.  The world community stands ready to help-out in the region, if called upon.  Curing what ails them requires the expulsion of unwanted foreign elements, wherever they come from.  The countries of Central Asia must join together for safety, not bring in the big powers to defend them from problems created by the big powers in the first place.]

Rakhmonov and Simmons discussed the establishment of the Regional Centre for Counter-Terrorism

Avesta.Tj | 31.08.2010 | President Rahmon met in Dushanbe on Tuesday with NATO Secretary General’s special envoy for Central Asia and Caucasus Robert Simmons.
At a news conference held after talks with the head of the Tajik state, Simmons said at a meeting with the leader of Tatarstan discussed problems of regional and military cooperation.
“We also discussed the strengthening of cooperation between Tajikistan and NATO in the framework of the Partnership for Peace” – “Simmons said.
According to him, in a conversation with Rakhmon discussed issues of establishing a regional center for combating terrorism. Simmons did not say where it will be set up this center.
“I thanked the President of the Republic of Tajikistan for the promotion of transit cargo to Afghanistan, and for its assistance to Tajikistan in addressing the Afghan problem” – “Simmons said.
Affecting the Afghan problems, special envoy of the secretary general of NATO said: “The NATO forces will not leave Afghanistan until such time until they reach their goals, that is, security and stability in this country.”
According to him, “NATO plays a constructive role in Afghanistan, rather than destructive, as portrayed NATO stay in the IRA, the individual states.
“We will establish cooperation with law enforcement authorities in Afghanistan and assist in solving social problems”, – said Simmons.