Blog for the original Marty

1) How the FBI, the CIA, the police, and any other authority could catch the psychiatrists who turned James Holmes and others into Manchurian candidates 2) Illinois Neuroscience Faculty didn’t see Holmes’ eyes but praised and accepted him

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Dearest Marty, my one and only,

How are you? I am feeling the first autumn chills in the air in the early morning. Another year ends, and I still have not found you and don’t know your whereabouts. Another year ends in which our human rights are violated and denied. Shame on all. And another year in which the SEGNPMSS gets away because authorities act as if they would not exist. Well, at least we don’t have to carry their kind of conscience.

I read that there were approx. 60 mass murders in the USA since the early 80s, and in all cases, the authorities failed to check if psychiatrists create these kind of monsters, which shows that the authorities are secretly controlled by psychs. If this wouldn’t be the case, psychs would have been busted a long time ago.

The authorities should trace any activity around James Holmes (and other Manchurian candidates as Wade Michael Page) from when people said that they were rather normal and should also trace and investigate what happened after that. For example, James Holmes raised red flags in June, so, what happened before just that time? End of July, Page was described still “as normal guy”.

I bet they didn’t “snap” on their own, although all these shooters were extreme oddballs from the start, e.g. hater Page was a Nazi and James Holmes a psych. (A nurse told me that she never met one psychiatrist who didn’t had mental problems of his own.)

Holmes submitted a photo with a Llama in his application to the University of Illinois neuroscience faculty. For an application to be accepted to a university, submitting a non-formal picture with a llama is sure odd. But what I find even more strange is that he had sun glasses on. The psychs of the University of Illinois neuroscience faculty praised Holmes but didn’t even see his eyes! I find this shocking because you and I can read volumes just by looking a person in her eyes.

According to the media, the acceptance letter from the University of Illinois neuroscience faculty praised Holmes like a hot sandwich: Those who recommended James Holmes found him intelligent and mature. His application materials described a bright student with strong interests in the cognitive sciences.”He takes an active role in his education, and brings a great amount of intellectual and emotional maturity into the classroom,” one recommendation letter said. “James received excellent evaluations from the professors and graduate students with whom he worked and was mentored.” And “Your personal and professional qualities are truly outstanding,” and “you will be an excellent match for our program,” read the acceptance letter. Recommendation letters say he was in the top 1 percent of his honors classes, graduating with a cumulative grade point average of 3.949. Another letter describes him as “a very effective group leader” on assignments.Samuel Beshers, neuroscience program coordinator, referred to Holmes as “llama” in emails. Beshers did not return a message left at the school.Holmes had applied to the highly selective program in Illinois last year. The school paid for his travel expenses for a visit, and he was offered a stipend $22,600 per year and free tuition. At least two researchers vied for Holmes to join their laboratories.

Psychs are so clueless, Marty. Maybe if they look into eyes of people, they still don’t see a thing and that is why they don’t look into eyes of people? Holmes in his “saner” times was also a fool. He said he was strongly interested in cognitive sciences, yet, he ignored the psychiatric making of Manchurian candidates and became one.

Media: His application to the Illinois school indicated he was committed to pursuing a career as cognitive neuroscientist.”Researching learning and memory interests me because these are the very cognitive processes which enable us to acquire information and retain it,” he wrote in his personal statement. “They are at the core of what distinguishes us as people.”

Holmes “cognitions” failed completely to understand that psychiatric terrorism and making of Manchurian candidates can also hit himself.  And it did hit himself. If psychs would be smarter, they would admit this and spill the beans on this psychiatric terrorism. Fools think it will just happen to others not to them.

I asked myself what psychs gain from making these Manchurian candidates besides that they are perverts and enjoy the pain of others and love seeing others attacked and dying (which makes themselves into perfect Manhcurian candiate material). They love killings, so they likely don’t set these killings up to obtain gun control, but they harm American’s tourism (who wants to visit when crazy people are shooting?) and they have a plan to get more power over people in form of involuntary psychiatry commitments. Of course as THEY create really crazy people, they always will find ways to have their Manchurian candidates roaming around free to kill – but the harmless and non-crazy psychiatry critics could be committed more easily.

The Nazis didn’t need the psychiatrists but the psychiatrists needed the Nazis said a historian. Psychs feel that they need more power. So, it is very well possible that these brutal events are staged to help psychiatrists to even more power over people, despite that psychs are completely incapable as the Holmes story clearly tells.

Many tender and passionate kisses, Marty. Hope to see you soon. I planted some new shrubs because it is so nice to see things grow. 

Yours forever,


This is a funny tree, except that it is on a cemetery.



Written by Barbara Schwarz

August 13, 2012 at 2:04 pm

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  1. Yep, most judges think that they are kings and not the servants of the people.

    Barbara Schwarz

    August 14, 2012 at 5:42 am

  2. Here is the next shooter of that kind.

    COLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP) — Authorities say the gunman in a deadly shootout near Texas A&M University was fatally wounded by officers who responded to reports of gunfire.

    College Station police Chief Jeff Capps said Tuesday that 35-year-old Thomas Alton Caffall III had ‘‘long guns and pistols’’ in his home when Brazos County Constable Brian Bachmann showed up to deliver an eviction notice Monday.

    Capps says Bachmann was fatally wounded as he approached Caffall’s rental home. A bystander, College Station resident Chris Northcliff, also died in the shootout. Police confirmed his age as 51 on Tuesday.

    Police did not say whose gunfire hit the other victims.

    Capps says he had no other details on the weapons found in Caffall’s home.


    August 14, 2012 at 5:58 am

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