by Johnny McNeill – unpublished author of ‘Gaslighting Gilligan‘ (released from Berlin on 25th June 2017).
“There is an active program of persecution and silencing of anybody [Junior Doctors] who dares to speak up”. ~ Dr Bob Gill.
Dr Gill touches on the role of agencies I’ve called ‘Trojan Champions’ in the book.
These #TrojanChampions are TV broadcasters, corporate (and linked) charities and government appointed bodies who initiate or plant policies and shills, to give the outward appearance of support for people and services they purport to represent, whilst actively gaslighting the general public and the workers behind the scenes. This is in order to render the public services staff (NHS, Police, Prisons) psychologically, then physiologically incapable through dangerous work conditions & stress etc to perform their duties ethically and professionally.
Thereby destabilising overall public infrastructure services to become ineffective and inoperative, to then be set up for #USUKCorpGovt post #BrexitCoup profit privatisation, in the continuous British State cycle that capitalises on human misery to profiteer at home through debt and poverty – and abroad – through perpetual war.
The deliberate #DarkTriad drill down division and depression induced society, on the brink of collapse will then support not only the impending #ToryAnalytica & media-lionised military deployment but also a wholesale, fire-sale by Crisis-capitalism privatisation, because these ‘champion’ agencies as ‘respected authorities’ do, condition us to trust and even revere them (more so than we’re already innately preprogrammed to do) to believe, to become convinced that privatisation and militarisation are an absolute necessity in order to save these cherished services and society altogether.
Because Government & media don’t lie right? Wrong. Gaslight complete.
Gaslighting Gilligan – by Johnny McNeill, a contemporary, dystopian ‘fiction’ about the intrinsic, interconnectedness of personal & political domestic abuse, is free to download from here. It is copyright © but is free to share as a public service.