This article was originally published by Charles Burris at Lew Rockwell.
Mind Control – America’s Secret War.
The Minds of Men.
It is one of the ill-kept secrets of America’s intelligence agencies — for decades, they have worked virtually non-stop to perfect means of controlling the human mind. But while many have suspected the existence of these projects, the details have long been preserved. Mind Control blows the lid off years of chilling experiments, drawing on documents reluctantly released through the Freedom of Information Act and interviews with some of the victims, including a woman whose past was literally taken away.
Hear from John Marks, the author of In Search of the Manchurian Candidate, who broke the story of the CIA’s abuses by unraveling the mysteries contained in financial records. All the other records pertaining to the experiments were destroyed by the agency in an attempt to prevent the details from ever being known.
I met John Marks in 1983 and discussed his book and the dangerous consequences of mind control with him.
The Search for the Manchurian Candidate – The CIA and Mind Control — Book by John Marks
Bad Trip To Edgewood.
An ITV Yorkshire (UK) documentary originally broadcast in 1993 about the secret chemical experiments carried out at Edgewood Arsenal on unsuspecting volunteers from the US military.
The Secret History of Fort Detrick, the CIA’s Base for Mind Control Experiments — Stephen Kinzer article
Poisoner in Chief: Sidney Gottlieb and the CIA Search For Mind Control — Book by Stephen Kinzer
The Devil’s Chessboard: Allen Dulles, the CIA, and the Rise of America’s Secret Government, — Book by David Talbot
The CIA Doctors: Human Rights Violations by American Psychiatrists — Book by Colin A. Ross
Project MKULTRA The CIA’s Program of Research in Behavioral Modification — Joint Hearing Before The Select Committee On Intelligence And the Subcommittee On Health and Scientific Research Of The Committee On Human Resources United States Senate Ninety-Fifth Congress First Session August 3, 1977
Project MKUltra — Wikipedia entry
Mind Control 1979 Project MKUltra documentary CIA experiments.
This 1979 ABC News documentary delves into the CIA’s secret MKULTRA project which experimented with various purported mind control techniques including giving soldiers and others LSD and various other drug concoctions.
Acid Dreams The Complete Social History of LSD: The CIA, The Sixties, and Beyond — Book by Martin A. Lee and Bruce Shlain
Operation Mind Control — Book by Walter Bowart
Operation Mind Control — an investigative report into government mind control through the use of drugs such as LSD, behavior modification, hypnosis, and other “psycho-weapons”. Bogart’s «Operation Mind Control: The Cryptocracy’s Plan to Psychocivilize You» is a classic in the annals of conspiracy research. It is a disturbing account of the secret use of mind control technology, by a secret government (or «cryptocracy»), with an aim to pacifying whole populations and furthering private global investment strategies.
Chaos: Charles Manson, the CIA, and the Secret History of the Sixties — Book by Tom O’Neill
I don’t see a functional difference, between what JFK called secret societies, what Dwight D called the military-industrial complex, and what the Soviets call the bourgeoisie — except, most ordinary people are talking about the petite bourgeoisie.
Power players don’t believe in the premise of power.
No covert methods are necessary, upon the dutiful.
Every anarchist is a baffled dictator.
Humans with executive function are reproduced in much the same proportion as alphas in other social species.
The most dangerous animal on earth is homo sapiens. The CIA would be remiss not to figure out how to control this violent animal.
It is a foolish myth to put your faith in guns, beans and bullets and the US Constitution. That assumes all people are rational actors. They are not.
The Unabomber, Ted Kaczynski, was an MKUltra victim. He was a mathematical genius that graduated HS at 15 and went to Harvard on scholarship at age 16. This is where one of Sidney Gottlieb’s associates subjected him to MKUltra psychological experiments.
Even though he was subjected to this CIA program, he still became a university professor…oh yeah…and a bomber.
I don’t believe he was crazy, however, more of an angry or evil genius type. Much of what he wrote in his so-called manifesto is true. He believed that the crowding together of people and the disassociation with the natural world caused antisocial behavior. Also, the rise of leftists and technology would play a large part in the fracturing of the family and tribes, leading to the destruction of society as we know it.
Can’t say I disagree…