Have Humans Been Turned
Into Radio Controlled Zombies?
By James Donahue
Worldwide shock and confusion
over the re-election of George W. Bush for a second term in office has caused some people to wonder why so many people could
have been so easily fooled.
I wrote recently about
the generally low intelligence of the average American and suggested that this had something to do with the gullibility of
so many voters.
A friend sent me a link
to a story by Bruce Conway titled “Stealth Cell Towers
and the 2004 US Presidential Elections” that offers another probability.
Conway notes that the sudden construction of thousands
of new and unobtrusive cell towers, many of them disguised as flag poles, occurred during the months prior to the election.
He suggests that instead of serving cell phones, the towers were used for a national mind control that forced voters to believe
in Bush even though common sense should have warned them otherwise.
“When one considers
the rapid advancements in electromagnetic and psychotronic mind control technology, this trend in utility concealment is rather
sinister,” Conway writes. “If researchers could
successfully project human speech into the minds of the deaf, as Dr. Joseph C. Sharp of the Walter Reed Army Institute of
Research did in 1974, think of their present capabilities.”
Conway said he became curious about the mysterious towers
when one was erected as a camouflaged flagpole in his neighborhood and he decided to investigate.
He said he learned that
the tower was being erected by Stealth Concealment Solutions, Charleston,
South Carolina. He said he learned that the company was doing a “brisk
business,” and was installing thousands of similar towers, also disguised as cacti, palm trees, church crosses, rock
formations, water towers and pine trees.
“This is happening
without any of the dissent or protest usually surrounding cell tower erections,” he wrote.
Ken Adachi, in another
article titled “Mind Control, The Ultimate Terror,” suggests that the abundance of cell towers throughout America are suspicious.
“No one is saying
anything, but you’re expected to presume that they’re for cell phones,” writes Adachi. “Do you really
think that we need that much ‘cell phone’ transmission capability every few blocks? Do you realize how very little
energy is used by genuine cell phone usage? Yet these towers are capable of putting out levels of power that exceed cell phone
requirements by a wide margin.”
If Americans are being
mentally manipulated by some kind of mind control technology, it might explain why so many young men seem to willing to rush
off to put their lives and physical bodies on the line for such a nonsensical war as the one we are fighting in Iraq.
It might explain why
the military can hold so many soldiers captive in the battlefield, far beyond their normal tour of duty, and even call older
soldiers back into service, without creating protests from the general public.
This writer was around
during the Vietnam War years and recalls the massive public protests, especially on college campuses, that eventually forced
an end to that conflict. Many young men fled to Canada
to avoid the draft that was still in effect in those years.
What is not explained
is why nearly half of the American people voted against Bush in the last election, and why some Americans are, indeed, protesting
the war. If you want proof of that, surf the Internet for a while. The anti-war effort is well documented there.
If brain washing is occurring,
it is not affecting everybody. Certainly it has not claimed this writer.