The Techno Crime Fighters Forum
Forum 1 – 16 Mar 17 – Introducing the Joint Investigation Team
Forum 2 – 23 Mar 17 – The Global Covert Weapons System
Forum 3 – 30 Mar 17 – The Mutilation & Tsunami Email Campaign
Forum 4 – 06 Apr 17 – Intelligence Agency Corruption
Forum 5 – 13 Apr 17 – Police Corruption
Forum 6 – 20 Apr 17 – Legal System Corruption
Forum 7 – 27 Apr 17 – Medical Corruption (Hospitals & Psychiatry)
Forum 8 – 04 May 17 – University & Research Corruption
Forum 9 – 11 May 17 – Neighbours’ & Community Corruption
The Cartel of Degenerates
(German version below)
The model that we have of the intelligence agencies and the military does not correspond to reality. In most cases, it is an idealised image that they themselves created. What this means is that the assessment of the most powerful organs of the state have been left to infiltrators, saboteurs, con-artists and (professional) serial killers who are all trained in psychological operations.
It is important to correct the mental image that we have about them in order to be able to assess victim reports and to decide how much power they can be given and what safeguards these groups of people should have.
A system that is as opaque as the military or the intelligence agencies can still be accurately assessed based on victim reports and circumstantial evidence. There are also many scientific tools, for example data analysis techniques and statistics, that can be used to assess data on organisations and individuals. In the 21st century where data collection is pervasive, we therefore have a lot of handles on the work of the intelligence agencies and their agents to an extent that was not possible just a few years ago and that they themselves are not aware of.
The outcome of such analyses is truly shocking. Instead of heroes fighting for “national security”, the military and intelligence agencies appear infested with criminals, psychopaths and people with severe mental illness and criminal sexual perversions.
There are several processes that bring this about. On the one hand, the secrecy and compartmentalisation allows all of those undesirables to live out their predilections. This attracts those people in large number, which leads to a so called selection bias. On the other hand, the goals and methods of the organisation actively foster or even require ruthlessness and other undesirable traits. This leads to cultural reinforcement whereby such traits are imprinted on people of otherwise normal disposition. This happens through psychological processes like peer group pressure and the Milgram effect When these processes are at work in an organisation for a couple of years, a toxic culture develops and becomes so pervasive that through group cohesion peer pressure