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Old 27-06-2008, 01:53 PM   #1
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Default How can you tell if someone is under mind control?

Was reading the thread, "Which celebrities are victims of mind control/SRA"

and was wondering if there are in signs in a well known (and not so well known) person's personality, that might hint that they are under mind control.

The person operating in a "denial-mode" most of the time?

Not seeming like the person is "all there" when in conversation with them?

A distracted type of personality?
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Old 27-06-2008, 02:12 PM   #2
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and was wondering if there are in signs in a well known (and not so well known) person's personality, that might hint that they are under mind control.
When they start going on about the carbon footprint.
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Old 27-06-2008, 02:15 PM   #3
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When they start going on about the carbon footprint.
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or when they say that all the cctv camera's make them feel better
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Old 27-06-2008, 02:33 PM   #4
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or when they say that all the cctv camera's make them feel better
Sh*t! Well everyone at my work is under some influence!!!
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Wait for them to say something which goes against the prevailing opinion of the conspiracy movement and BINGO they're dead cert MK victims!!

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Wait for them to say something which goes against the prevailing opinion of the conspiracy movement and BINGO they're dead cert MK victims!!

Bingo indeed
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Old 27-06-2008, 03:12 PM   #8
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I would look at there eyes, I would look for odd behavior in them.
Also repeated/over blinking
blank emotionless pauses from them
unnatral body movements/ or overthe top movements i.e over confident walking.
repeating speech and times when they just don`t know what there talking about.
also quick changes in personality for no real reason
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Old 27-06-2008, 05:04 PM   #9
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Look for stopping and staring, a moving mouth as if someone is talking through them with their lips closed, an inflated sense of confidence, and stupid or overt actions that everyone else or people know of and know that the person is under mind control, only to embarass them and make a fool of them in society.
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I don't think it's a yes/no question but a sliding scale, we are all under mind control to some extent I'm afraid! xxx

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I don't think it's a yes/no question but a sliding scale, we are all under mind control to some extent I'm afraid! xxx

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Yeah, but some are deliberately mind controled from an early age. Very sad, but very true.
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Old 27-06-2008, 08:36 PM   #12
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Everybody is mind controlled from pre-birth to the moment of death. Every person you listen to, everything you read, every program or picture you watch, every tune you listen to, all the way down to invisible waves and smells in the air. All of these contribute in some way to your mental conditioning.

We are all mind-controlled to behave a certain way. The behavior part is easy to spot but it's virtually impossible to detect those who have been mind-controlled for a single purpose until they are activated... by then it's too late.
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There is a guy at work that has a vacant look (looks glazed and staring), continuous nervous face rubbing (in a circular motion), a lack of sense of humour, monotone voice, weird creepy look when he smiles and just a general lack of social skills...

Do you reckon I could have an mind-control victim in my office???
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Yes, all of the above.

Other signs include an in-ability to treat fellow humans with basic respect.
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Yeah, but some are deliberately mind controled from an early age. Very sad, but very true.
Proof? Actual proof now mind, not just that Cathy woman again........
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There is a guy at work that has a vacant look (looks glazed and staring), continuous nervous face rubbing (in a circular motion), a lack of sense of humour, monotone voice, weird creepy look when he smiles and just a general lack of social skills...

Do you reckon I could have an mind-control victim in my office???
They guy might be antisocial. Those are symptoms of personality disorder.

Directed mind-control victims act very normal until activated.
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If they seem not so much to hear you as to scan what you say for keywords and then seem to be reading from an internal script written for those keywords - that's suggestive of something akin to mind control.

Another thing is when they do things which are obviously against their own interests in the name of preserving the interest of some other person/entity - especially if they do that in a way that is rigid rather than creative (if they do it creatively they might just be devoted to the other person/entity. At the same time if they don't it still might be just that and that they're not a very creative person).
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If they seem not so much to hear you as to scan what you say for keywords and then seem to be reading from an internal script written for those keywords - that's suggestive of something akin to mind control.

Another thing is when they do things which are obviously against their own interests in the name of preserving the interest of some other person/entity - especially if they do that in a way that is rigid rather than creative (if they do it creatively they might just be devoted to the other person/entity. At the same time if they don't it still might be just that and that they're not a very creative person).
Wot about victims scanning for non-verbal mannerisms & facial features as a way to get a feel for someone as opposed to listening to every spoken word?

Most likely a bit of both.
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I reckon the most major sign of mind-control is fear. Weather it's a perceived fear or real, internal or external, people thrive a perpetuate fear in all its forms - even if it's subconscious & they don't even understand it - it's still a fear.

I haven't ever meet one person that doesn't have a relationship with fear - weather they know it or not.

Hence, we're all programmed from day one - & there you have the root of all evil.
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There is a guy at work that has a vacant look (looks glazed and staring), continuous nervous face rubbing (in a circular motion), a lack of sense of humour, monotone voice, weird creepy look when he smiles and just a general lack of social skills...

I see houndred of persons everyday like him...have you asked him if he is swedish?
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