Monday, October 9, 2017

White Rabbit Psychological Warfare Quotes

“...information warfare unit calls ‘chasing the white rabbit’ and in their literature they talk about the war strategy of leading the enemy down fruitless paths and searches of information as far as they can go.[1]” ~Ex-CIA Engineer Dr. Robert Duncan

"In order to waste the enemy's time and resources, you release false or misleading research knowledge that has little scientific basis. Those ideas catch on and more people go down that path following 'the white rabbit' to the Mad Hatter's tea party where they then share jibberish." ~Ex-CIA Engineer Dr. Robert Duncan


  1. An aspect of white rabbit psychological warfare: the enemy chasing an illusory and unobtainable goal. e.g. the new age idea about monks spontaneously ascending in a burst of rainbows.

  2. Very interesting concept of the white rabbit. Begs the question of where are we perceived to be wasting time and resources? Who is the enemy? I learned that conflict is something within us, so the enemy can be who we ourselves define them to be. Can turn into a form of cancer if there is no enemy, or if our perception is off.

    1. "Governments will use whatever technology is available to them to combat their primary enemy – their own population." ~Noam Chomsky

  3. in response to "enemy within" ideas: .. so would that be the influence of the tech? either internal or external, applied direct or random pulse affect.. something else? cancer can happen with directed influence/directed energy, from the mind of the self or an other influence... and that other influence can redirect the self-mind to believe it was the original thought. So a 'personal purpose' idea can actually be a result of "steering" either for good, sinister, neither or both (rat in cage cold science) by another's influence with or by tech.. is there a no-tech scenario? So do I have my own mind? or does someone else Steer it? Is someone else at the helm? Is it a split helm? etc. Is my name Alice>possibly.. (?-ing the self tactic). I can throw it all out and come to neutral where there is no thought. Now what? Exactly. That place of no place again. Chasing thoughts then dumping 'em. Philosophe minds really do get the brunt of this, I think.. or do I think? Or is it easier to steer someone who does not think? Ok, Anyway, I enjoy your posts. (I found your website after experiencing much of this, what I call "nonsense" since tech takes the senses and nullifies or amplifies them artificially making it difficult to know the original sense. Find the original sense is now the silly game in life.. pthst!).

  4. Down the Rabbit hole.


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