Stim goes to the Tar Sands


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    This entry was posted on Friday, July 26, 2013 at 3:03 pm and is poested under the fuckin show category.

    13 Responses to “Stim goes to the Tar Sands”

  • AHAB says:

    Very good sir!
    One day I hope Hawaii is on yur list… I doubt it
    everyones too comfy yargh!

  • KindlyDevious says:

    In two weeks I graduate with a degree in Industrial Organizational Psychology, perhaps one of the most evil degrees it’s possible to get (it is the methodology of media and human resources psyops used by corporations and governments to keep the sheeple from understanding whats going on). What the fuck do I do with it, so that it benefits instead of adds to the shit-storms corporations use it for?

    • stimulator says:

      Show us how to dismantle industrial machinery!

      • KindlyDevious says:

        What kind of machinery do you want to take apart? You would use the opposite of what makes it run effectively. I will take examples from small to large. Say (hypothetically of course) you want to stop a pipeline. You could stop say a bulldozer with a 1.50 worth of B.B. in a radiator, but that does not stop anything, just work for a day…but it costs 50,000 worth of work shortages because that bulldozer is needed to clear some brush and everybody who was supposed to work that day, can’t. Say you wanted to stop the machinery of police at a peaceful gathering, what do they rely most on? Communication. Buy a bunch of cheap 2 way scanners and play rage against the machine on all channels with a sufficient transmitter to cover several miles of space. On the ground they need Helmets to protect against rocks, so bring waterballons filled with deck stain water and sawdust(bonus they have to replace the uniforms!). Suddenly they can’t see, and they are in physical danger, and like all bullies, will have to run away from actual resistance. In industrial psychology, the assumption is that organizations are people, and our job is to create behavior plans to make them behave better. But what do you do if your plan is to manipulate them to have the business equivalent of an emotional collapse? What you do is find choke-points in organizations,(leadership, media, and workflow process) and then widen them in an effort to allow resources to move more freely. If you were to turn it on it’s inverse, you identify the choke-points, (even if they are wide)and then block them completely.

        • flipsteresis says:

          When you say “choke points” it sounds like a strategy game concept like starcraft or even chess!!

          With that degree – there is SOOOO much to do!!! especially since you have the jargon solid INFILTRATE!! like they try to do on our time!!!

    • spectorvsrector says:

      Expose the tools that make the weapons!

    • Maenad says:

      Use it for good. Use it to undermine the opposition. In all these battles there are misdirected boosters, servile quislings of the corporate overlords, the people who think the glitter will rub off on them, who need to be infiltrated and disempowered.

  • Anonymous says:

    Sounds remotely like freedom is happening,….

    Good Job on this one!

  • Anti state commie says:

    Hey Stimulator whats the name of the song at 2:28?

  • Anti state commie says:

    Thanks man appreciate it

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