Dosing Froggy: Who Died and Made You God?

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Dosing Froggy

The author, an anarchist, discusses his involvement with the left-wing and his role in MK-Ultra, the government case-rigging scheme designed to discredit credible witnesses. This entails frank discussion of plurium interrogationum (the trick or loaded question), gaslighting (reversal of accusation and intentional attempt to cause mental illness), confused similarity, linguistic deceit, the use of proxies, the use of psychomimetics (surreptitiously administered ...

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Dosing Froggy

The author, an anarchist, discusses his involvement with the left-wing and his role in MK-Ultra, the government case-rigging scheme designed to discredit credible witnesses. This entails frank discussion of plurium interrogationum (the trick or loaded question), gaslighting (reversal of accusation and intentional attempt to cause mental illness), confused similarity, linguistic deceit, the use of proxies, the use of psychomimetics (surreptitiously administered drugs designed to cause the false symptoms of mental illness and even dupe the victim into believing they are mentally ill), as well as the government's plan to run conspiracies through the mental health system: the LAST place anyone but a criminal sociopath would look for a conspiracy and the perfect choice for criminal sociopaths to run one. He also discusses the rigged trial of Theodore Kaczynski (the Unabomber) and how Kaczynski had been subjected to gaslighting prior to his trial, how the gaslighting caused Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and how the government is using intentionally induced Post Traumatic Stress Disorder to disable credible witnesses during the confrontation stage of trial where cue words such as schizophrenia, crazy, nuts or insane cause flashbacks to gaslight or psychomimetic torture, disabling the witness on the witness stand. He also cites the fact that the government is sending personal messages through the newspaper citing the case of the Outdoorsman murders and the FBI's use of a proxy (Jean Paxton) to send personal messages to Thomas Lee Dillon.

The author also discusses pejorative axioms i.e. how black Maxine Waters detests the pejorative nigger in reference to race, but acts like a plantation owner and how Jewish Barney Frank is offended by the pejorative Nazi in reference to the Jewish Holocaust, but behaves like a dictator.

The author also cites the illustration of Tom Sawyer's Fence and how the black community in the United States is being manipulated to destroy itself as well as Charles Darwin's hidden white supremacy and his desire to rid the world of blacks. Also discussed are Darwin's sociopathic ideas of exterminating the poor by licentiousness, infanticide, and disease.

Discussions of euphemisms, synonyms, organics by proxy, the lack of provable constants essential to Natural Science, Kurt Godel, the Dawes Act axiom, corrections of historical revision, a copyrighted fabricated rape allegation currently circulated on university campuses, a discussion of the Iroquois society: the matricentered culture that raped men and women, a corrected portion of Friedrich Engel's historically revised Origin of the Family, Private Property and the State, a copy of The Communist Manifesto with commentary and scripture references as well as Marxism's link to Charles Darwin, The Stupid Gene: a humorous comeback to the idea of The God Gene, discussions of how socialists fabricated the history of African slavery since they were responsible for it, how the government, laughably, attempts to profile the lone wolf murderer, but remains the undisputed largest source of murder, the lack of introspection in today's society, and with the advent of socialism... how humanity has returned to the African slavery era.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781432759247
  • Publisher: Outskirts Press, Inc.
  • Publication date: 8/17/2010
  • Pages: 354
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 5.50 (h) x 0.79 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 24, 2012

    David Michael Dunbar + Scotland = 239 = BCI BCI = Bureau of Crim

    David Michael Dunbar + Scotland = 239 = BCI
    BCI = Bureau of Criminal Identification + Brain-computer interface = MK Ultra put a robotic chip in you and thus a mind controlled criminal

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  • Posted October 23, 2010

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    A humorously put together hodgepodge of fact, theory, and even poetry.

    David Michael Dunbar, formerly trained as a federal officer & EMT and a dean' s list student on three separate college/university campuses, published poet, conservative anarchist, hitchhiker, former chief engineer, funeral home attendant, lifeguard, concrete fabricator and yardman, floral deliveryman, inventory control worker, general laborer, security guard, and convenience store employee is at
    it again, with a frightening, yet witty look at the " truths" many of us hold as gospel. True to form following the 2009 release of Liars Corner Road, the educational system is once again blindfolded, offered a cigarette, and put in Mr. Dunbar's sights.

    Dunbar also claims to have been involved in an outlawed government case-fixing scheme established by the Central Intelligence Agency and run through the " mental health" system, which was based on the Soviet and Chinese " mental health" systems. This program, namely MK ULTRA, came before the US Senate in 1977 and involved then senator, Joseph Biden. He also debunks the myth that receiving
    personal messages is a necessary symptom of mental illness by proving that the Federal Bureau of Investigation used a proxy to send personal messages through the newspaper in the case of Thomas Lee Dillon, the Outdoorsman Killer. Dunbar also describes the intentional causation of mental illness in a process known as " gaslighting," and how " gaslighting" would interfere with the civil/criminal justice system.

    Last year when questioned by his author representative about the typos in his book, Liars Corner Road, Dunbar wrote in an email " I also wanted to let you know that I have an ongoing gripe with the educational system and INTENTIONALLY left several typos. I know where they are. It's my snub to the school system because they have form, but no substance. I chose substance, and a lot of form, but
    people have to choose substance over form, or we'll all start drinking anti-freeze because it looks and tastes good."

    He still feels the same in his newest romp, " Dosing Froggy: Who Died and Made You God?" Dunbar explains his motivations for writing this book and " writing some wrongs." " My main point is to show people that human nature DOES NOT change. I demonstrate this by explaining euphemisms, synonyms, and axioms. Generally speaking, all the bad behavior we believe is behind us is still here, but under a different name."

    You may or may not be in accord with everything Dunbar says. You do, however, need to read him as he once again shakes the tree, this time with the truths of Marx, Engels, education, and the lies of the origin of slavery, falling out in satirical criticism, yet a humorously put together hodgepodge of fact, theory, and even poetry.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 12, 2010

    An excellent story teller, David M. Dunbar has created a collection of intriguing light hearted(although sometimes obscene) short stories that really inspire you to think about the world in a whole new way!

    this book was a somewhat challenging read for me merely because of the depth of thought that the author used to explore concepts such as the reverse psychology of racism, the meaning of life in the universe and the respect it demands, and the truth about communism, eugenics, and racism.

    Author David M. Dunbar inspires readers to question their educators in a way that can only be described as 'searching for the truth'. The author reaches depths that most individuals would never consider and brings out the reality that is hidden beneath cloaks of deception.

    I would strongly recommend this book for the intelligent reader that doesn't feel bound by the rules that society sets into place. Sometimes you need to think for yourself, which is exactly what David M. Dunbar does!

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