Perils of Paranoia II

A reply to my post The Perils of Paranoia, from Alfred Webre:

Hi Anonymous blogger with the thowaway [sic] cute lines on War Crimes. Thanks for the Honourable Mention in the context of Chemtrails, which are a force multiplyer for HAARP – which fact is throughly documented in numerous sources including Weather Wars and Angels Dont Play this HAARP by Dr Nick Begich.

War Crimes in the context that I mention Chemtrails in, as part of a larger intentional policy of Depopulation, using multiple technologies including inonizing radiation from Depleted Uranium (DU).
Here are a couple sources so that your readers may independently verify, and not rely on manipulative references to myn name such as your post has (I assume you have the ethics to post this – If not, well I guess it is you who swallow the Camel, eh)

COMMON GROUND: Canada’s Role in Depleted Uranium Weapons

GOOGLEVIDEO: Announcement of the 9/11 War Crimes Tribunal (as in Genocide…..)

The Depopulation policy, which has been in effect since 1954, is aimed at eliiminating [sic] up to 2/3 of the world’s population, forcibly, in order to concentrate wealth and resources ownership upwardsin [sic] the hands of an elite. Paranoia is a psychotic syndrome. Economic analysis is based on fact. Stop being a tool of the Depopulation policy and an accessory after the fact to War Crimes.

Alfred Webre, JD, MEd
Vancouver, BC Citizen’s 9/11 War Crimes Tribunal

Mr. Webre is a radio host and 9/11 truther who is heavily active in exopolitics. He heads the Institute for Cooperation in Space. He believes in a Satan-worshipping “black nobility” centered in Holland and Luxembourg that uses ancient Satanic rituals and “advanced Masonic techniques” to reain their power. He also believes in walk-ins (discarnate aliens that have taken over the bodies of dead humans, an idea made popular by psychic Ruth Montgomery), star children (superintelligent children with paranormal powers), and global domination by neo-Zionists. As you can see, he has a broad definition of “war crimes”, and all those who commit them are part of the “international war-crimes racketeering organization”.

He is a Yale law grad.

And now that we know a bit more about Mr. Webre, let’s look at paranoia a little more closely. First, let’s note that not all paranoids are mentally ill. Even the ones who are may remain highly functional. The DSM-IV describes those with Paranoid Personality Disorder as “opinionated, touchy, and hostile. Lacking a sense of humor, defiant of established institutuions and authority… they accept nothing at face value and are fascinated by the search for hidden meanings… typically [they are] injustice collectors.” Yet many sufferers can be successful, sustain relationships, and raise families with little to no outward difficulty. They are rarely psychotic.

Here are a few passages of interest from Ian Dowbiggin’s Suspicious Minds: The Triumph of Paranoia in Everyday Life:

Paranoid delusions make sense to otherwise rational people…because they ordinarily contain a kernel of truth.”

Robert S. Robins and Jerrold M. Post wrote in Political Paranoia that paranoia “is seldom a complete delusion. It is typically a distortion of truth.”

I’m not sure if this applies to starseeds and walk-ins, but, hey, it’s a big universe, right?

a symptom of paranoid thinking is the propensity to invent neologisms” which “turn vagueness and imprecision into assets…Paranoia is intellectual spectacle passing as profundity and masking ignoble passions.

paranoids are particularly attracted to the justice system, seeing it as a drama-laden arena in which injustice and their persecutors can be revealed for the world to see.”

Today’s paranoid is inveterately suspicious but not really skeptical, alternating between a boundless, almost sweet trust and a judgementalism as severe as that of a fire-and-brimstone Puritan preacher

And perhaps most important of all:

Current research suggests that the delusions of paranoia are caused by overactivity of the neurotransmitter dopamine within the limbic system.”

In other words, paranoia is a natural and oh-so-human phenomenon.

And more on the tragic folie a deux of Theresa Duncan and Jeremy Blake…
According to Chris Lee’s L.A. Times article “The World as Theresa Duncan and Jeremy Blake Saw It, the pair may have lost out on work in Hollyword as a direct result of their paranoia: “Bradford Schlei, head of production for Muse Productions, optioned the rights to George Pelicanos’ “Nick’s Trip” that was to have been Blake’s feature film directing debut. The project stalled just before a deal with Paramount Vantage was being negotiated, however, when Blake accused Schlei’s then girlfriend and the project’s screenwriter of being Scientologists.
“It was complete and utter craziness,” Schlei said. “Theresa sent around e-mails, delusional things. They’d say, ‘You’re a Scientologist, your girlfriend’s a Scientologist, we don’t want to be involved with you.’

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  1. Hi Anonymous.First of all, what you list as a bio is a distortion….a paranoid distortion. I would accuse you of….hmmm…is it manipulative slander, or libelous manipulation.Here is a proper bio:Alfred Lambremont Webre, J.D., M.Ed., is the International Director of the Institute for Cooperation in Space (ICIS) [], promoting the vision of banning weapons and warfare in space, and transforming the permanent war society into a sustainable, peaceful, cooperative, New Energy-based, Space Exploration society.Alfred is a futurist, international lawyer, and Judge on the Kuala Lumpur International War Crimes Tribunal []. He has been a Speaker at the Canadian Conference on Preventing Crimes Against Humanity [] and a Sponsor and Moderator at the World Peace Forum, held in Vancouver, BC CANADA (23-28 June 2006). He is on the Board of Advisors of the New Energy Movement (NEM) [].Alfred is a Yale University and Yale Law School graduate (International Law) and Fulbright Scholar (Economic Integration), and a graduate of the University of Texas Counseling programme. He has taught economics at Yale University (Economics Department) and Constitutional Law and Civil Liberties at the University of Texas (Government Department). Alfred has worked for years to prevent the weaponization of space, and has been a delegate to the UNISPACE Outer Space Conference and NGO representative at the United Nations (Communications Coordination Committee for the UN; UN Second Special Session on Disarmament). He is a co-architect with others of the Space Preservation Treaty and the Space Preservation Act to ban weapons and warfare in space. Alfred has been asked by a member of the Canadian Parliament to coordinate a group of Experts on Depleted Uranium to help stop the illegal use of Canadian uranium in depleted uranium weapons world-wide.Alfred is the author of “EXOPOLITICS: POLITICS, GOVERNMENT AND LAW IN THE UNIVERSE (Universebooks.Com), a book that helped found the field of Exopolitics – the science of relations between human society and advanced Extraterrestrial civilizations in the Universe. He is host of a public affairs programme on Vancouver COOP RADIO, CFRO, 102.7 FM, and of EXOPOLITICS RADIO at http://www.exopoliticsradio.comNow, I formally request that you lay out your bio, please.And I formally request that you cease the ad hominem attacks.Alfred WebreVancouver, BC

  2. Slander? Libel? Are you now disowning these beliefs in Satanists and star-children? If so, I will remove references to them at your request; if not, they are true and should remain available. At any rate, my comments were not a bio proper. I provided a link to your Wikipedia entry for those seeking a full bio and more information.My own “bio”: Nature freak, cinephile, vegan, and bookworm. I live in gorgeous Western Canada with my sweetie, Richard, and an evil rabbit named Sophie. I volunteer with a couple of local theatre groups while writing a book about “Satanic panic”.

  3. Hey Al, the bio was sounding pretty normal…until you got to the “exopolitics” paragraph. I guess you can drop the slander posturing, after admitting that you founded “exopolitics”. ;)I’m happy to see that your spelling and typing have improved since your last post.

  4. He only *helped* found exopolitics. Actually, my favorite expolitical figure is Dan Ackroyd.And I totally didn’t make up the star-children/walk-in stuff. He mentioned it first – on his radio show.

  5. OK, for now I’ll assume Mr. Webre still believes in the aliens who possess dead humans, the kids who can lift cars with their minds, and a Zionist plot to make us all eat bagels (or whatever the Master Plan is).

  6. It’s always amusing when someone is so wrapped up in their own alternate reality that their attempts to refute negative perceptions of them end up reinforcing those perceptions instead.My bio:a.k.a. Space Cowboy, the Gangster of Love, MauriceOccupations: thinker, grinner, lover, sinner, joker, smoker, midnight tokerActivities: playing my music in the sun, speaking of the pompatus of loveReferences: S. Miller, Texas

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