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Postby Occult Means Hidden » Wed Apr 09, 2008 12:43 am

Reading around I am told that there are "literally" tens of thousands of gov documents relating to mind-control. Reading elsewhere I'm told of other, perhaps exaggerated claims of readily available documents relating to assasinations, drugs or whatever else. I'm sure there may be private collections of such but where are these docs online, or at least their directories online?

I know of sites like http://www.gpoaccess.gov/ , http://www.fedworld.gov/ , Nat security archive: http://www.gwu.edu/~nsarchiv/index.html ,

What else is out there? Where do you go? Where's the meat?

Looking around I find myself stumbling across Department of Energy reports on ceramics as a source of toxic waste storage. What about arms deals? Contractor purchasings? Drug policy in Afghanistan? etc etc? Where is this stuff?
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Postby compared2what? » Wed Apr 09, 2008 3:17 am

Excellent question. There are quite a few free online public records databases, though none are as good as services that you can't afford to subscribe to unless you have grips of cash. That gets on my nerves, since there is not much point to publicly available information if it's not publicly available.

However, for money-folowers, off the top of my head:

http://www.fedspending.org/

(searchable federal contract and grant database, by agency, contractor, grantee, year, etc.)

http://opensecrets.org/

(searchable database of campaign-related money and statistics, personal financial disclosures of House members, etc.)

http://www.newsmeat.com/media_political ... cManus.php

(searchable campaign contribution database that's easier to use if you're looking for an individual donor)

http://guidestar.org

(annoying but comprehensive database of feder ostensibly greater-good non-profits that the IRS requires a Form 990 from.)

And...there are many others. It's worth remembering that all public record information is not necessarily accurate, it's just what the party that's required to make it public is averring to be accurate.

I will continue to add as it occurs to me. But for the moment, on a state and local level, online availability varies according to state and locality. Whatever's available will probably be somewhere on the Secretary of State's site or the County Clerk's site. (Various corporate dox, sometimes deeds or property transfer records, registered fictitious business names, and so forth.) There are also state archives (for example, surprisingly accessible Texas State Archives) and a large number of university and library sites that may have some online access to the personal papers of various public figures online (correspondence, etc).

FOIA records are all over the place, and it would be very nice if they were instead in one place.

I believe that The Sunshine Foundation and Crew recently launched a cooperative effort of this kind, and there are a few others, which I will make an effort to remember.

Wikileaks is an excellent research playground, imo.

I also recommend the Secrecy News blog at fas.org

And...I think the thousands of pages of mind control dox probably refers to the stuff that formed the basis for "The Search for the Manchurian Candidiate." I have seen what purported to be that in a free downloadable form, but cannot recall where. Someplace pretty easy to find via Googling "Mind Control" as I dimly recall.

Is there something in particular you're looking for, or is this just a general: "Okay, where do I go for primary source material" type question?

I do go to irs.gov and fec.gov for various forms that are not online elsewhere. But I try not to go .gov if I don't have to, because I like to live in a dreamworld where I'm not constantly acquiring horrible tracking cookies or spyware or whatever that I don't even understand everyplace I do online research, but rather ONLY on .gov sites.

Which is ridiculous of me, but there you have it
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Postby Occult Means Hidden » Wed Apr 09, 2008 9:39 pm

Well I am interested in the bulk sources of online gov docs. I'm sure other's are interested too. So whatever anyone uses I think would be useful for anyone, if posted on here. I am interested in intel's dabbling in mind control and drugs. I was partly complaining about how little info there really is available online.
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Postby compared2what? » Thu Apr 10, 2008 2:34 am

The federal spending website probably has information that would indicate where you might look for more information about intel, mind control, and drugs. You need to have a basic grasp on how systems through which stuff is funded are supposed to work, how they actually work, who the players are, and (geographically speaking) where they are most likely to play.

It takes a long time to advance a tiny distance going this route, but it is, to me, worth it to know what is anomalous and what is not in any precinct of power or wealth. I don't really trust very many sources who tell the story in a pleasing narrative format necessarily to include stuff that is more important to know but not very well suited for narrative.
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Postby Occult Means Hidden » Thu Jun 12, 2008 12:25 am

National Science Foundation research statistics
http://www.nsf.gov/statistics/

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