Mongoose: Mind Control History and Applications

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Mind Control: History and Applications

A multitude of well-researched books are now available on this topic (References).  A wealth of government documents, academic publications, and psychiatric experts confirm that these mind control experiments were conducted by some of the most prestigious psychiatrists in the world at many of the top universities, hospitals, and research institutes in North America.  Most experts assume these projects are ongoing under the secret umbrella of the vast military-industrial complex.  Our best defense against this assault is knowledge, the truth, the unadorned facts, and appropriate moral outrage.

Devastating CIA quotes below the fold.

In 1953, (CIA Director Allen) Dulles, speaking before a national meeting of Princeton alumni, distinguished two fronts in the then-current “battle for men’s minds”: a “first front” of mass indoctrination through censorship and propaganda, and a “second front” of individual “brainwashing” and “brain changing.”  Before an audience of fellow Ivy Leaguers, Dulles skipped the usual pieties about democracy.  The same year, Dulles approved the CIA’s notorious MKULTRA project, and exempted it from normal CIA financial controls.

Alex Constantine, Psychic Dictatorship in the U.S.A. 1995

We’ll know our disinformation program is complete when everything the American people believe is false.

William Casey, CIA Director, first staff meeting, 1981

The Central Intelligence Agency owns everyone of any significance in the major media.

William Colby, CIA Director

The principal secret of secret intelligence is how to get someone to do your bidding…..   From its beginning in 1947, the CIA… has spent millions of dollars (actually now probably billions – ETK) on a major program of research to find drugs or other esoteric methods to bring ordinary people, willing and unwilling alike, under complete control- to act, to talk, to reveal the most precious secrets, even to forget on command. 

John Marks, In Search of the Manchurian Candidate, the CIA and Mind Control (1976)

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