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Centre for Crisis Psychology - terrorism expertise, etc.

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Centre for Crisis Psychology - terrorism expertise, etc.

Post by haroldd2 on 04.02.14 0:35

The Centre for Crisis Psychology is the company that Alan Pike works for. One of its founders was Peter Hodgkinson. Just look at the man's biography and CV.

Zeebrugge (bow doors left open after ferry sailed, so as to maximise profits - big PR risk for privatisation - all safe pairs of hands to the tiller), high-security units, armed crime, POWs, terrorist bombings, time in Kyriat Shmona, one of the Zionist towns on occupied territory, and work for Israeli 'Civil Defence'.

Mavens might like to look into the Institute of Psychiatry connection - William Sargent, Hans Eysenck, etc.

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Post by tigger on 04.02.14 5:33

Quote: He developed a specialism in working with families where one member had murdered another. Unquote

The link to the CPC comes up with a page 'reserved'.

Since it was set up in 1989 one might expect at least a website?

Hodgkinson seems well qualified so why employ the likes of Pike for the McCann job? At least Pike doesn't have much of a reputation to lose and if he had not appeared in Lisbon last year we might never have realised he had no academic qualification in psychology.

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Post by haroldd2 on 04.02.14 12:44

@tigger wrote:Quote:  He developed a specialism in working with families where one member had murdered another. Unquote

The link to the CPC comes up with a page 'reserved'.

Since it was set up in 1989 one might expect at least a website?

Hodgkinson seems well qualified so why employ the likes of Pike for the McCann job?  At least Pike doesn't have much of a reputation to lose and if he had not appeared in Lisbon last year  we might never have realised he had no academic qualification in psychology.
Pike is unqualified and evidently twerpish when viewed from one angle, but I suspect he was sent to PdL to do something and did it.

The CPC seems to get some juicy contracts to participate in response efforts to traumatic events, notably several where there is a need for rapid government damage-limitation PR. Some of these efforts involve very sharp bits of the state.

Big insurance interests aren't far away either.

The amount money and influence which has backed the McCanns can't be explained by a couple of million pounds in their fund, even given the fact that they are revoltingly pushy and greedy.

With CPC, note the 'medico-legal' bit - an intersection of professions which in my experience is completely masonic, as is also the case where the medical profession meets anything to do with prisons, the police, the army, and parts of the Church of England. Anybody who gets on the wrong side of a regional-level medico-legal masonic lodge in Britain, mind how you go!

Hodgkinson's CV and biography indicate that he is by no means someone who is unversed in intelligence matters. (Please excuse the litotes.)

Pike would have just done whatever he was told.

After-terror work is done carefully and comes with opportunities too. The Scientologists were out on the streets within minutes after the 7/7 London bombs. They have since cooperated with the London Metropolitan Police in matters of planning.

Has anybody connected TMcC to any cults? Just wondered. I saw that someone here had speculated regarding both Scientology and NLP. Certainly some cults have got their claws into parts of the NHS - including for example the Steinerites, NKT Buddhism, and Opus Dei, often functioning under different names.

It disgusts me how cults which purvey vile beliefs about reincarnation and karma are allowed to operate near disabled people and in some cases people with Down's syndrome, when they believe so fanatically that these people brought their circumstances on themselves and are, in unspun language, getting what they deserve.

What's that medical outfit in Scotland run by GM's family?

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Post by Guest on 04.02.14 13:03

http://www.castlecraig.co.uk/about-us/history/about-mccanns

Re your last sentence Haroldd2, is this what you're thinking of? These McCanns have as far as I know no connection whatsoever with a certain notorious pair.
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Post by aquila on 04.02.14 13:17

haroldd2 wrote

"It disgusts me how cults which purvey vile beliefs about reincarnation and karma are allowed to operate near disabled people and in some cases people with Down's syndrome, when they believe so fanatically that these people brought their circumstances on themselves and are, in unspun language, getting what they deserve."

I hope I'm not straying too far off topic but your comment made me wonder if there are Jehovah's Witness medics. No blood transfusion policy would make it a bit awkward to become a doctor wouldn't it?



ETA I am not inferring JW's are a cult.
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Post by haroldd2 on 04.02.14 13:29

No Fate Worse Than De'Ath wrote:http://www.castlecraig.co.uk/about-us/history/about-mccanns

Re your last sentence Haroldd2, is this what you're thinking of? These McCanns have as far as I know no connection whatsoever with a certain notorious pair.
Yes, that was who I meant. Thanks for this. So just a shared surname and a red herring - not even cousins and no link through Malta? I noticed that lots of the loonies say the Castle Craig Peter is Gerry's brother without any evidence at all, and it's quite a common surname.

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Post by Guest on 04.02.14 15:39

Indeed it's a very common name in parts of Scotland and Ireland.

The only brother Gerry has is John.
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