Paranoid Persecutory Delusions Label in Military Intelligence Operations – the Martha Mitchell Effect √

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Paranoid Persecutory Delusions' Label in Military Intelligence Operations - the Martha Mitchell Effect (±x)

Published on 10th January 2018
Joseph-S-R-de-Saram

Joseph S R de Saram (JSRDS)

Information Security Architect / Intelligence Analyst / Computer Scientist / Human Rights Activist / COMSEC / SIGINT / TSCM
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As Linkies know I have written many articles in relation to:-

(a) Military Intelligence and Law Enforcement operations ("MI/LE")

The Unalienable Right of Private Defence

HIS MUST SURELY BE ONE OF THE MOST UNIQUE APPLICATIONS OF THE RIGHT OF PRIVATE DEFENCE THAT PEOPLE HAVE SEEN 🙂 I refer to the article by Preveena Thayaparan of 03 July 2017 and located at...
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(b) Digital Forensics

Irrefutable Identification of Cellular Interception via Pure Forensic Analysis

The video above is by Annie Machon, an ex-Intelligence Officer who worked for MI5. Annie is one of the few of us left who actually have Brains &...
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(c) Psychiatric Fraud

Psychiatric Fraud - Circumventing Informed Consent via Attacks on Mental Capacity

UNLIKE EGON SPENGLER, I WAS NOT TERRIFIED BEYOND THE CAPACITY FOR RATIONAL THOUGHT - HA HA!] Leading with the Evidence Please refer to this article ...

The reason that I have done so is because the three concepts above constitute an ‘Unholy Trinity’ which is not immediately obvious to the folks without experience of how the Defence industry actually works.

NOTWITHSTANDING THE FACT THAT MY ‘ADVENTURES’ CONTINUALLY DEMONSTRATE A PHENOMENAL LEVEL OF ABSTRACT THINKING IN EXTREMELY HOSTILE SITUATIONS,

MY EXPERIENCE OF ‘MARTHA MITCHELL EFFECT’ SCENARIOS MEANS CORRECT IDENTIFICATION VIA PURE INTELLIGENCE ANALYSIS WHEN THEY ARE RUN AGAINST ME 🙂

I identified (a) by (b) and as a thank you my adversaries subjected me to (c) 🙂

What is the Martha Mitchell Effect?

“The Martha Mitchell Effect (“MME”) is the process by which a psychiatrist, psychologist, or other mental health clinician labels the patient’s accurate perception of real events as delusional and [deliberately] misdiagnoses accordingly.”

When you have a story so unbelievable, everyone thinks you're crazy

In many movies there are scenes of a protagonist revealing everything to a skeptical official—and promptly being admitted into a mental hospital. These scenes occasionally play out in real life. They even have a name, the Martha Mitchell Effect ...

Brendan Maher was a psychologist who spent much of the 1950s and 1960s working with patients in the prison system, so he had to have had a lot of experience with the Martha Mitchell Effect before it got a name. Two major causes of the effect are being

the target of organized crime or being under constant surveillance by law enforcement

The Significance of Cellular Triangulation in Covert Surveillance Operations

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and he had to have heard plenty of stories involving those two causes.

Many readers would point out that

surveillance by either criminals or police doesn’t cause mental illness, and they are right.

The effect isn’t a mental problem of the patient, but a kind of mental block of the psychiatrist. Its most famous sufferer was Martha Beall Mitchell. She was the wife of the Attorney General for the Nixon administration, and she had a few things to say about what top level officials were doing. When she made public statements, she was dismissed by those officials on the grounds of mental illness—an explanation that nearly all the press believed. It was only when the Watergate Scandal erupted that people realized she’d been right all along.

Maher, who had heard a lot of stories like this, noticed that many psychiatrists dismiss the more fantastic elements of patient complaints as delusions. What are the odds that someone is really being pursued by the CIA or the mafia, or that their spouse is dropping sadistic hints about infidelity, or that they’re suffering from some extremely rare disease? The odds may be slight, Maher pointed out, but after dealing with hundreds of patients, one of them might be telling the truth.

Maher dubbed the automatic dismissal of real complaints as mental issues Martha Mitchell Effect.”

An easy to understand article about MME is this one from 03 August 2013 and appearing in
the UK Guardian.

You needn't be wrong to be called delusional

Just because they're out to get you doesn't prove you're not paranoid, says the latest edition of the psychiatrists' bible, writes Vaughan Bell...

“It’s not clear who forcibly sedated her in 1972.”

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“It’s not certain that she was admitted to a psychiatric ward in the following year.”

Psychiatric Fraud - Circumventing Informed Consent via Attacks on Mental Capacity

UNLIKE EGON SPENGLER, I WAS NOT TERRIFIED BEYOND THE CAPACITY FOR RATIONAL THOUGHT - HA HA!] Leading with the Evidence Please refer to this article...

“What’s definite though is that many people thought she was mad as she ranted about conspiracies in the White House during eccentric phone calls to the press.”

"Questions about Martha Beall Mitchell's sanity were encouraged by the Nixon administration,"

GCHQ and a Neverending Storey

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“who consistently briefed against her

Paedophiles and Paranoia

Paedophilia I was frankly stunned to see how an ex-CIA Counterterrorism Analyst Phil Mudd made such an outrageous allegation against Julian Assange on...

and probably had her medicated against her will.”

It's Too Orangey for Joes - CIA Ora

I refer to this article:- in relation to the use of Neurotechnologies as Weapons and the correlation between:- Military Intelligence, National...

“But ultimately her claims were proven correct when the Watergate scandal broke.”

MI5 - How 'Being Posh and a Little Bit Gay' Destroys Fundamental Human Rights

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Medical Whitepapers / Books

Use of the MME Results in Denial of Justice

I have stated this on numerous occasions and even my own attorneys were thinking I was nuts, although at the same time were merrily following the instructions of third parties in that which to say to me.

An interesting article confirming joining the issues is this one:-

Mobbing and the Martha Mitchell effect: When defamation in the neighborhood violates due process in the courtroom (part 1)

In 1974, Martha Mitchell, estranged wife of President Nixon’s attorney general John Mitchell, sat with David Frost to talk about Watergate on the BBC. “The whole thing is incredi…

Mobbing and the Martha Mitchell effect: When defamation in the neighborhood violates due process in the courtroom (part 2)

“You can’t believe it,” said Martha Mitchell of the bizarre events of the Watergate years. “I can’t believe what’s happened to me.” I had to smile when I w…

Political Psychiatry – What Exactly is a Delusion?

In the DSM-IV (Glossary) delusions were defined as follows:

Delusion. A false belief based on incorrect inference about external reality that is firmly sustained despite what almost everyone else believes and despite what constitutes incontrovertible and obvious proof or evidence to the contrary. The belief is not one ordinarily accepted by other members of the person’s culture or subculture (e.g., it is not an article of religious faith). When a false belief involves a value judgment, it is regarded as a delusion only when the judgment is so extreme as to defy credibility.

This is how delusions are described in the DSM-5 (Schizophrenia Spectrum and Other Psychotic Disorders):

Delusions are fixed beliefs that are not amenable to change in light of conflicting evidence. Their content may include a variety of themes (e.g. persecutory, referential, somatic, religious, grandiose).[…] Delusions are deemed bizarre if they are clearly implausible and not understandable to same-culture peers and do not derive from ordinary life experiences. […] The distinction between a delusion and a strongly held idea is sometimes difficult to make and depends in part on the degree of conviction with which the belief is held despite clear or reasonable contradictory evidence regarding its veracity.

The Relevance and Tremendous Value of Forensic Evidence

In view of the copious amounts of Forensic Evidentiary Grade Material that I have published on LinkedIn already, it is clear that Cellular Interception and Covert Surveillance was certainly NOT a delusion.

and in fact the above test results are

IRREFUTABLE and have SIGNIFICANT IMPLICATIONS for law enforcement operations 🙂

I will be expanding upon this issue in forthcoming articles…

Joseph-S-R-de-Saram

Joseph S R de Saram (JSRDS)

Information Security Architect / Intelligence Analyst / Computer Scientist / Human Rights Activist / COMSEC / SIGINT / TSCM
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