In yet another episode of 2016’s leak-driven election, on October 18th, Anonymous gave us a seven-page document titled “Salvage Program”. It’s alleged to have been produced by Hillary Clinton Campaign advisors at The Benenson Strategy Group a week ago. The report meticulously measures Clinton’s favorable ratings, which have crashed to “historic lows” (12% according to the document).
Joel Benenson, the founder of the Benenson Strategy Group, is the chief strategist for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign and according to FEC filings, the Group has received upwards of $2.5M from the Hillary Clinton 2016 Campaign since January of 2016. (This does not include possible payments made by her super PACs or the Clinton Foundation). The Benenson Group has neither confirmed nor denied the authenticity of the “Salvage Program”.
Is this “Salvage Program” document, which has been re-published on hundreds of websites genuine? For their part (and I agree with them), TheMilleniumReport.com has concluded that the document is a hoax but that it contains a lot of information that is true. In this 2013 video, Mark Dice shows technical articles and clips from the Mainstream Media which support the idea that a staged alien invasion has been planned for decades, with proponents from Ronald Reagan to Paul Krugman – especially the latter, whose been on TV more than once, touting it as a cure our economic woes!
The“Salvage Program” report queries respondents as to what it would take to keep them from voting on Election Day. The tenacity of Trump voters is such that the Benenson Group allegedly advises a peculiar “Final Solution” to stop Americans from voting: a false flag extraterrestrial invasion using advanced 3D laser technology called FIRESIGN.
Perhaps more disturbing than “…an invading extraterrestrial force of nearly incomprehensible scale” etc. is this plan:
“These visual cues are augmented with pulsed ELF electromagnetic emissions (see: PROJECT SANGUINE) that attack the specific areas of the prefrontal cortex that are stimulated during religious experience. In limited tests, subjects have been able to be overwhelmed on both axis of vastness (an overwhelming of the subject’s frame of reference) and a powerful need-for-accommodation…
“The ability to produce these effects across 23% of the continental United States is the objective of FIRESIGN and field tests in the Levant have proven successful.
Perhaps this deeply nihilistic paragraph is what makes it not quite believable:
“The aftermath of FIRESIGN will be the psychological subjugation of areas where uprisings are most likely to occur. The induced trauma of FIRESIGN will provide ample cover to government and NGOs who will be ‘providing aid’ (psychotropic to induce docility) and counseling services which will ensure further domestication.”
Or does it?