[cryptome] Thinthread & Trailblazer

  • From: doug <douglasrankine2001@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: cryptome@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 02 Dec 2014 19:34:52 +0000

coderman quoted, snip<<<


A few observations after a quick look at the contents of the two urls above...

see url: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ThinThread

see url: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trailblazer_Project

Can one discern logic from the illogical, rationality from the irrational and the sane from madness? The language in which the plea is written is called "wordsoup". The thing about a wordsoup, or word salad,

see url: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Word_salad

is that for every person who uses it, the mix is always different. However, like all of those concepts and principles, there are always the exceptions, and by careful study, one can discern patterns and themes in the person who expresses it and in what they are saying, and, even allow one to decrypt, or analyse at least some of it. Decoding the language in a wordsoup, not only depends on the content and how it is arranged, but "cribs" are needed about the person, their background, age, work skills, education, habits, learning, where they are from and so on, so that one can build a picture about them. In this very sad case, it appears that all the person wants is for some property right to be sorted out and her property returned to her and the property which doesn't belong to her, to be returned to those who are authorised to hold it.

I don't know anything about this case, and as yet, haven't read all of it; but I can see that the person making the plea is very disturbed, traumatised even, and has suffered from a great deal of stress over a considerable period of time, which has resulted in a nervous breakdown of some kind. The person is also well-educated, widely read; particularly in those areas in which the people of this mailing list are interested... At 148 pages it would need a lot of work and time to analyse it, and, unfortunately, one would be unable to help the person who submitted it. A highly trained, experienced, pyscho-therapist, perhaps well versed in Milton Ericsson's techniques might be able to help, but as he is long dead, finding someone else who has the time,the motivation, the patience, the skills and the qualifications to practice, and who would do it pro-bono, would be a difficult matter...even if the person were prepared to accept such help. The NSA, of course, has no interest in making sense out of the nonsensical...it only works on pure intelligence...:-).

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