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"2018-03-25 20:04:30"
New American Century 030518
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"2018-03-25 20:03:57"
28A NRA 030518
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"2018-03-25 20:03:22"
28A LONG 030518
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"2018-03-25 20:02:55"
28A 030518 comedy
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"2018-03-25 20:01:42"
ALEXANDER comedy 030518
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"2018-03-25 20:01:22"
ALEXANDER 030518
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"2018-03-25 20:01:03"
AQUINO comedy 030518 2
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"2018-03-25 20:00:48"
AQUINO 030518
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"2016-07-30 03:48:18"
Sorry bout dat rant
\\I morsel Thomas here sorry about the rant and rant terrifying awful sincerely apologize from bottom my heart good news is I'm not that kind of person ... traveling in Central America got sick years ago ... life and death struggle neurological the autoimmune illness my body was attacking my central nervous system Mylan she's insulation on the nerves the white matter your brain my body was attacking and destroying this when you strip the insulation off electrical wiring doesn't work so great ma normal light and sound caused me physical pain eyes for about 6 months a set which in the darkened room ... got down 220 ... 6 months at a time didn't ... passed out for 2:00 hours but no rem sleep so I was suicidal swinging back and forth ... epic suffering epic human suffering good news is I can prove I'm not that kind of person ... bushel at Mister and Mrs and really enforcement ... I taught ESL for years ... lived in minority neighborhoods for years ... Baja symphony or the neighborhood so I can I get a track record like I can prove that I walk the walk and talk the talk of love thy neighbor so that's the good news and again in verse 4 and so awful I love you god bless //
"2016-07-30 03:47:44"
A Perfect 8 (PART 1)
\\I was at a cocktail party talking to a friend of a friend similar sky plastic surgeon who started bragging I can turn in any into a perfect 10 for $20000 it's cold G. shutting down shutting down okay I'm I can turn to for into an 8 skull Cuba my grazing many girls party same party measuring party same managing your party minute girl left a few tricks she said she liked hunt stranger told me you're not too bad looking for you know a slow night maybe we should go back to my place I spent the whole ... polecats that's so sweet but ... let's not do anything rash when I was a kid my dad was always drilling moral lessons into my head it'll never forget this one time he told me you're not responsible for what you don't do but you are responsible for what you do to you now pick it up Germany Germany's been held to account for the atrocities of World War 2 but I think there's other countries that bear some responsibility for crimes against humanity yeah Austria comes to mind I do know of some Austrian crimes against humanity I mean my god have you ever tasted Vienna sausages ... about hash tag are there's a new social movement called the tiny houses movement were people reject the big house in the suburbs with a 2 issue he's in the garage that all toll between the house and the 2 cars you're talking about like 0.5000000 books that means when it comes down to it you're just working for banks and put it like that it makes sense to downsize to live in a 250 square foot space but tiny little house on wheels now I don't know this but I was an early adopter and so I already tried it during the 2008 recession now I just called my car yeah hashtag hell on wheels now it's good to be awards season again soon isn't always with the Hollywood A. listers start arming themselves were pretending you notice that in the long holder the a listers there now in their forties and fifties now 7 year old action heroes my god my favorite awards show use the Screen Actors Guild the sag awards for the sandy hash tag truth in advertising Europe has invited millions of foreigners spend the weekend on their couch it's a new TV reality show called Airbnb nightmare yeah they were all invited by my one lady in Germany I think she's Europe's Lampley you know Americans are dead set against doing here because we remember when we were invited for thanksgiving dinner one and that went away it's been like 400 years and we're all still here you know and I don't know where our hosts are today but I think after the Turkey ran out maybe we just ate up oops hash tag sorry about that page check please pass the cranberry sauce has shattered who leaked the cannibals eyeing me to make $1000000 can you feel me here since I do not possess the prerequisites like brains work talent I decided to be the next white rapper all of the little ice him and I'm almost there you know I bought a rhyming dictionary for dummies I cut in pay some Sam leaps off you to just one more thing to go to rich's school or I mean Arachne which is the key to success most important thing I set my heart on the rack neem do you back do you back but there are too many D. bags out to her already okay so I thought well think about it little whiney Hama that one believer on is not taking him up maybe a little too obvious okay little sweaty yeah good luck I'm over weight I'm middle aged and that means I'm always pretty much a little sweaty bush we okay could be a question bush we or statement of preference bush we perhaps a suggestion got any ideas of your own feel free to shadow this is why we don't have audience participation I started wearing a reading wedding ring yeah just to wear wedding ring him well I where the rain to seduce women who share my fear of commit they see this rain and they know I'm ticket spoken for forbidden fruit if front was middle aged overweight and living in its parents basement more like forbidden musher I'm from the Texas hill country or all the good German settled in the 18 forties now all the other Germans who stayed in Europe not soon every year they have music festivals film festivals barbecue festival Herbie kia brisket deer sausage you got the stuff cold blood sausage sounds awful taste great I was thinking they should combine the festivals you know combined the Film Festival in the barbecue festival you can watch like all the Quinn tearing Tito movies while you eat the local delicacies because what spaces every Quinn Tarantino movie is just a blood sausage fest anyway I figured out a way to cut the murder rate in half for free one piece of paper one all they learn it is a fact that most murders are named Levi ray or wake I would immediately make these names illegal no morning then you're maybe Louis ray or Wayne in 25 years the murder rate will drop over 50 percent or failing that the prisons will be populated by guy's name babies to either way it's a win in Brazil women are giving birth to baby suffering from Michael micro sympathy but a very small hand in small brain caused by the Zeca virus read by most skaters it is a terrible play it's awful tragic the government there has advised young women not to have any babies for the next 2 years in Brazil birth control is frowned upon it's hard to get in other words the government is telling young women take one aspirin a day for the next 2 years and hold it between their knee the only country where the victims were the virus the zipper virus work can't spread his Chile to the self in Canada to the north so you know looking on the bright side bill o'reilly from fox news will be forced to move to Canada just too skinny but see of him is all my life okay to Beijing now will pay if you want carrot top is next door see here if a tree falls in the woods and no one hears it does it make any cycle the late twentieth century social scientists Marshall McLuhan effectively stated that if it doesn't happen on video it might as well have never happened at all yeah the new ethos my girlfriend says that according to Marshall McLuhan she is there for still consider to be a virgin Julia //
"2016-07-30 03:44:04"
A Perfect 8 (PART 2)
\\when a butterfly beats its wings on the other side of the world there's a hurricane the butterfly effect who it but what happens when I former have you seen the Middle East slightly above average day oops my bad hash tag group won't I think the size develop mean president it taking on the evil doers starting today henceforth all breast feeding will be public legal not only legal but it will be mandatory take that ISIS Bouwmeester terrorist or like garlic to vampires come on people are you with me how how do you keep track of supporters from voting tell them that a terrorist attack is imminent and it's time to sue ran wrapped the trailer again might not want to use the word in it though how do you keep older women from voting for Hillary creek Clinton Hillary Rodham Clinton 3 works lifetime moving marathon but dole trump has a basic philosophy that says you have to be cruel to be kind from a self contradictory statement cool to be kind is known as an oxymoron it makes sense because any poor people who would vote for a billionaire with that kind of philosophy would have to be oxymoron during the 2008 presidential election the little boy famously sold always video games his bicycle everything and donated the money to Hillary in 20168 years later if she wins as a reward since he's old enough now she is promising to letting go play GI Joe in the big sandbox the Middle East yeah he promises that he could stay there just as long as she is president yeah hashtag I love happy endings our democracy sacred it behooves us to vote or else we will lose it but often our vote is denied or stolen are we just cattle to these people the book moves me to think so Donald Trump learn the secret of how to stay in the public lot by every day he's on TV every day CNN is always breathlessly discussing his latest verbal bomb the ratings have triple their getting rich now I can be a politician to if I could figure out how to draw up a brick every day through mine myself teach me ... orange wise one hashtag warned Shioda Bernie Sanders I could look back Bernie Sanders ran a principle political campaign he was my man he refused to take the big money him refused to attack Hillary and he had a logical humane intelligent answer for every question I thought he was running for president but it looks like he was running for Ralph Nader's old job hash tag world's most beautiful loser and in turn in Washington DC was fired for selling sex tool lobbyists for 400 books her boss was found rage that someone working on Capitol Hill would be prostituting themselves for someone working on pastry for only $400 have shared book fair competition now they know how the rest of us feel there have been 25 candidates for the Republican nomination for president the in fighting for the heart and the soul of the Republican base has at times been working inside knife right vicious what they say they're academia the infighting wouldn't be so vicious if there wasn't so little at stake hatch trailing little slow I always identified with Groucho Marx who said I would never want to join a club that would have someone like me as a member maybe that's why I I just don't understand gay Republic are they required to discriminate against them selves hash tag comparatively well adjusted Democrats made abortion legal in the Supreme Court ruling of roe V. way as a result 25 years later the murder rate and the overall crime rate begin to crash apparently not forcing millions of drug addicted prostitutes to have millions of unwanted children meant that millions of career criminals were never born Republicans do not believe in science for the social sciences they want to force drug addicted prostitutes to have these unwanted children then deny them healthcare deny them education etcetera to save taxpayer money then arrest them when they're between 15 and 35 years old after they've committed rapes robberies murderers then warehouse them for 25 years more and then execute the they are after all the job creators cops lawyers prison guards parole officers more lawyers Republicans have accomplished what I thought was impossible and then is to make the Democrats look like they actually know what they're doing a couple testing congradulations public have shared congratulations 00 sweet with the fox news website read about a 27 year old Chinese man who suffer from constipation for 10 years had surgery had 11 pounds stool removed from his colon father entered our resting comfortably apparently powdered rhino horn is harder to digest than we thought he named his offspring me Prue slow next time you meet the Chinese buffet may I suggest you pass on the MSG an 11 pound stool that's no school folks that's the recliner fox news service can't make this group up up up up hashtag one more way China's kicking our ass Twain said Mark Twain said that history doesn't repeat itself what exactly it rhymes said in which case god is like a rapper spitting out mad rhymes we all danced to the mad rhymes of cock history now does that also mean god is all about that sticky read in the big booty Twain is silent on this question my 4 pets are like people I often find them ignoring their to let out and they hang around too damn long one minute standing in your own fart is almost as rare as getting stuck at the McDonald's drive thru were you could smell the sewer line the food in the big dumpster all at the same time you cannot own live these moments people hasharon mixtape he I was watching the internet last week and we discovered Pinkpop to supplement my Bollywood addiction are so compelling so deliciously superficial the irresistible the beautiful Korean girls with surgical enhancements knew why noses new breast like a beautiful Asian urethane training just like the girls back home artificial magic carpet breasts that defy gravity but will take me away we are a nation of Buddhism //
"2016-07-30 03:40:51"
A Perfect 8 (PART 3)
\\the right wing is going to win the election and hand out free villains to everyone yeah they will accidentally essentially remake the famous I'd like to buy the world a coke commercial only substitute the word gun for the word coke they will all hold hands join hands form a giant circle pull out their hand cannons and blast away it will be the largest circular firing squad in history forget a forgettable of forget ice's these people are gonna kill more humans then the plate the Republican Party must be thinking //
"2016-02-03 02:37:50"
pick UP the SWORD
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"2016-02-03 02:29:08"
zombie two (Z2)
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"2016-02-03 02:18:30"
My Home Right OR wrong
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"2016-02-03 02:07:08"
Far Behind US
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"2016-02-03 01:52:33"
Conquer The World
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"2013-11-23 09:50:17"
MKULTRA Mind Control History Four
\\yeah I'm deadly efficient hash left moment Mandhata fun behind the phone fossil in the copy be owned down me intifada has not hunt delayed a fun film be fun founder staff mention Buffy Telesistema before to absolute taboo I'm in Moscow having the kind I can mention a gun he did the the whole thing up for the study complete with tele polite it does open up the vase I do but you were fishing film beef up their partnership in the mile high Jerzy slot copy of and it's type high the DQ official hoped that the demon within a few months of the a we and we Dick this will who will yeah opens I need the Gesellschaft police would calm Eliot did you moments in one that I and effectively yeah I've enough into some involved as common as most but looking village up we have X. offended people got even so pretty horrible deceivers eaten yet seen surveillance and Bobbi and Nick sauce holiday but none can be it wouldn't units that can log on under the public at sea in 60 was it and he's in the hunt who owns a feeler mention he often thought of a little conflicted with a 40 to shuffle them he often got claim of seeking out the show experimented woulda been begin angst quoting Colson Golda Bela money's gone up for district chignon Krieger's ines ODOT that was good English lesson in Ghazni first in Concord my mother to find to the dentist but in fairness positions baton not for any young contest Sasha vegans on its creeks call must veto for him not to accept any bid beaten got dizzy onto their own he 22 militsiya 3 hot enough Hoffman schools and fell off given point in that's awful died in an underclassman I'm shot back into a big deal first because the greens were pretty it will become fans who we could prove it in court funny Blanche begin an avuncular zits woman at the top P. beating human beat up so the schism installment is about until it's done computer program that individuated off even captain prince who witnessed on Cuba and Justine fun inquisitor when Michael Bazentin double Stein hunch pushed yeah offender that section of the US plus usual colleague to us it is a therapy via Veneto motives who shunned as mentioned begets was someone visits and as mentioned imia alley tops out at cotton club it's just one of the big chill Mitchell indisputable Stein this protein in deeper shift again was Honda I conclusion coloni got soon insertion computer only went up it was time consuming yeah yeah but into the Kentucky me toward it the social media doesn't marked professional ego Viktorovich Smith or not meekly docket in need of his Hinkle understood for treatment and cocky be chefs go boom in and I'm starting this different effect point to another productions motion please chateaux would be open next month in Oslo then it deems to nam cultural does only conscious FBI in our school what we what else was she found an employee amounts and accountability still it's believed she was a near collision Waco Texas welcomes CAFTA hot monkey boy you defend auditions dictaphone David chorus instead designate a given voters to peek behind loans and I'm talking quick and good luck to the benefit of FBI and in Moscow obviously some plucky Grossman of diesel needed to go to noms on from moving in with us which of the books sign up a straw hat with addiction leader and civilian bush house analyst some of the screens troops monoplane and plan for making music to me Peter for an unspoken confirmed that soon hope goodbye straightens out yet but he'll put down his portal which of bush's water damage and not his from non carbon from kingdom or dead on foot and I turned out mama condos feel even the Salem thought nobody was ... you'd Islamic left the country meekly attendees in the void indeed went under my depression of the thirties are pillars are committed for fun computer program in and go live in his sig knife under then it does the voicetimes initial can't miss a disappointed it was time Billy had hit almost a resort to define filling on noses to examines it what's your own income you don't open and congressional is gone or you go home sentencing 20 to 40 like Dylan resulted music deformed David Commish winter many comps record with a little house because it the hope this FBI stunned when deadlock no no comics Mitchum took not if you give a force in our physical body on this is like you know I thought in Auckland OP 5 committed in fact this technician dean's this from F. B. I. Medical Center in the I'm really conduct let's leave even try them headline about it's about them Williams could be if not that then it's our lives in study it didn't come in companion was even didn't want I an adaptive equipment compliment none namely the appellant not under the gun I'm I'm a Scorpio enquiries off my phone Norse or from the install hidden loach by Joan begun in on this fairly of incidents juncture it's often done go shop peacock good yeah no problem but I love what I do Damas F. would you differently consume you smile moment to get behind this whole Apophis want to shift meet my home to familiar putting north councils on the front is the ... I Nikki until it becomes on them but don't listen honey nothing beaten out of the woods is one from political under spoken and it's even been by comparison I've got how does it pushed into it just Michelisz got annoyed of elephant unflagging and is supported by its inclusion Denton Bonham well she owns a little differently because of uncommitted conceivably warships or make a list of any lessons young guns but we mustn't goodness for the effect my stomach up puts a big metal technician mittens on budget and on as we can yes because of her confidante for coffins upon newer one often has improved so glad I'm a little we diminished up could use a more adult enough to interest it's just that when you're ready to minimize onto into kind understanding to cover the hypocrites who flew his agility style no crystals rob technician Oakley was more you know what what would you do have an experimental medical community 5 really got going because it and it was Helena Montana next and overall to get tried on the talking head most among us open for has met with Russian is kind and that's one ivy leaguers off of like Albini got her nose experiment a bit tough to take them on engaging Siaka Nikolai Yvonne each on the scene I'm ina money got DC dental X. have been discarded the point that there are set in Moscow what some he's mentioned contests of the Borg had developments resigned condition but who gets the vixen off each other the sickness because Michael in what order but even less that that happened as of yet patient but come but even the person Moskal seek comes in that window upon behind because we could be see sodden went up for that UNC's put out so much I know all the action could contemplate some these are a perfect fit Nikolai even he abruptly at us pupil you lock on the south zone fine in goblet is even fun in Moscow at the Hilton and swap the money gets you got picked up a thought we but does he need mid Escobar typically the organism soon hockey but Posen development I hate because comes Osman find a good took some heat of a Nikolai even if it's under my school gets even a full year off just because I the moviemakers comments wouldn't happen human automatism mention angst I'm Feelin feed off the cuff opening that somebody's got funding picking up and ignore the other elves comfortable and provide got pretty me how difficult it like this until then he went on getting this kind behind the Soviet got itself these us most colorful shrooms level of funding money you know vice via is finance you he's all phenomena voted for the young woman who undertook a mentality of a you get late because researcher found the important and other fun Clinton Portis and don't get sick understand most the business software you're going insignia got a 40 come on the level and intensity let's be hot for I hope in the mushy Nikolic it does your fake mention he thought he could I get the flu lots of undone hikers away IBM company progressed in the eye immediately lifted up people got you on the field a bit so I had read about because what does one of spike's Hinton aboard US lab work conducted a poll which I think not done did could couldn't Gimme given a provide I is my food 50 you disbelieving up 9 which is often because we were talking nothing even the dealers Harmison's up issue metaphysical this important enough for him yeah yeah I'm here shouldn't be mentioned in the middle of his appeal improvement contractors has to happen but if you can be the pooka motive do come to contact him I predicted by Linda fun this happened I got home music is a routine mission that's up on well that's a shame anything in in India the cassette on program a list of it on a physical that's it hip will come up to a programmer buses Dustin but then turned it into a patented as an offensive cut it down in from its own intent pressure happens like this then inform a few months ago modeler but even then because it encompasses cotton game via welcome to dislike Nevada Lawton media announcements the physicians to Holman dis on our cordon for your funding colonus in Concordia onto a polygon development is in chapter in animal explain all owned would inflame marked for storm we should just be here to win control of us going on then come ons and there's definitely going to as well and in my school in the debate with us to recruit on twentieth and as public and it was fun come on this yet or knowledge to us on this he I think about a year there is the ability to see anyone beyond but such a personal looking for him Gimme toward Medina demonstration Geist want cop on the electoral machine maker of all Stephanie money put yet filled me Manila stunt sequel Tony for that album does extenze instability of the cop shoots gig need awfully commencement if one of these a hose up clocking about bush Wheaton is implemented sons on about a front seal Cornish experiment that you are usually not because of it was open seats Islamic in electronic engineer and a staple in the hope that just a cocky be shown indifference to go ya and I'm even have one experiment yet hot consequently look Sunday damage if Ringo star in this edition logoff one discography suddenly the front door Chicago member for indecent Casey who live yearly not because of our only 4 or 7 I'm Phil Coleman who fits but you insult when god began because he'd checked he was unable honeycomb this internet to non templum scripture he out cleat to carefully because once upon you re not our bikes at the bottom most colors cuts on my shaft mechanical testing you would describe in 42 high convulsed Mattel Jakks Bosnia and Kosovo who needed to technically usual nothing free to and see I'm fine I'm ending corporate was just a fluke if one another and the guitar giving uncertainties Sheila does he skied Pressman up Michael vehicle with an emergency preferably Indian instance vital Yonge Goodman on a single coin is about always doing his own guns catechist under the organist must also political districts Danish dock of the octagon on or gone online you bus is still in my unit or even does have a lovely helped push we had virtually non noonday muffin the student achievement is begin to him out of luck on the crying out with me does is to fish into it as if it was unselfish Methodist Fink on through the arts and this is another yacht to one of our national on whom it on a free transfer when the fed I mean to help rebuild dusty tent when DD health status coach story on the show here so find a husband too stunned by the India conference reassumed responded to me took welcome it run out of glided item of the name 52 does he have himself of moving on from our feet fitted into marketing Alice McCall who are forming runs through your own pace they shouldn't Winfrey here and it's perfect tone wouldn't get from from all through the evening I see a yearly not voting for lesson the shifty builds defrauded opposite the hope McLish is the outcome of gay couples should they have to own intuition about painful some dips who here most effective now through //
"2013-11-23 09:40:31"
Mind Control Part One
\\ ... you men lie every controlled by someone else to perform acts against the will of the individual she thought the rain through the forest yes ma'am control of the human beings such as the Manchurian candidate Paul we are not processing to tell you the complete story of these activities we are progressing to tell you the complete story that we now are but these records that we have on average don't tell the story take out because of it this is a story that has been told in bits and pieces over the last few years this is an attempt to pull most of that together we know we don't know the full story we do however have some striking new revelations and insights it is a story of a concerted search by several United States intelligence agencies to perfect mind control in 1953 at the height of the Cold War president Eisenhower appointed Allen Dulles to be head of the CIA of first peacetime intelligence agency in United States history horrible does it hurt during or says days the search will mind control continued as this 1950 to see I a document shows they aim at that time was controlling an individual to the point where he will do our bidding against his will and even against such fundamental laws of nature as self preservation but it was a discovery here in Basel Switzerland had some those laboratories by Dr Albert Hofmann Ndola the intelligence agencies of America to believe that they have found the panacea I applaud Alice do as and then that inviting Iran to powerful drug there was a different say anything else as they knew anything about John getting her recently retired chief psychologist for the CI a this is the first time getting her has been interviewed publicly mmhm ntas that is in effect disabled city by putting a very small amount waters the it would not be long before the CI a and other intelligence agencies covered that LSD was not only powerful Paris the official who worked on the filmed a recorded to ABC Seldon John marks be right but someone else corroborated by ABC right about Giles what happens one coworker one LSD was put into it because Washington LST a cold and the rams and still it's very short of knew it at influence of heather and I got away from reported afterwards every automobile Akeem why was it herbal man get him per it was a real hardship for it was hours of agony was like a dream that never stopped someone chasing her it was also hard to persuade him that as well as friends and yeah he was alone in the world and everyone was full blown para see I is interesting LSD wasn't Lori was that the Russians would get hold of for the Soviets and to illustrate I do have to say you know I'm sure they were if you ask me to prove it by and I've never seen any direct so at 1.intelligence information received from Switzerland said that Sandoz laboratories was about to put 100000000 doses of LSD on the open market and it caused enough concern within the agency of the United States was prepared to buy the entire supply over a slight mistake had been made I just a new CIA. that there were no such I'm large quantities of LSD on the market author John Marxist while numerous freedom of information suits against the CI a and as on earth much new material in this field is the author of the forthcoming book the search for the Manchurian candidate a history of lower SS and C. I. A. work with mind control he is also a consultant for this report what happened is that there was a military attache in Switzerland an American officer that milligrams and kilograms mixed up in other words he made a mistake of thinking 11 thousandth of a gram was the same as 1000 grams which is in the state of 1000000 times so when the CIA got intelligence that there were 100000000 doses on the market in fact there were 100 doses the man who would oversee the CIA's research into drugs and most of the agencies behavior programs businessman doctor Sidney Gottlieb the chemist Dr Gottlieb declined ABC news request for an interview I recently received a document from the CIA which describe Dr Gottlieb role in caring LSD overseas during the early 1950 equipped with a foreign political leader just before he was supposed to give a speech the hope was that the man would discredit himself in front of this pop as followers Dr Gottlieb continued to personally carry drugs overseas with the CIA ordering fifties and early sixties in their never ending search for the miracle weapon CI a operatives would search here in the remote mountain areas of southern Mexico what up to then had been considered a myth magic mushrooms clearly would use this man a part time chemist for the CI a to do this man a vice president of a bank and then amateur mycologist store mushroom expert to try to get to the magic mushrooms and turn them into a drug they didn't know about it but it would be the amateur R. Gordon Wasson and his colleagues who would win the race naked let it would be awesome would discover the magic mushrooms were no met we went into the Mazatec area far from the highways we moved from Mexico City where we found that rotten by gas as it's called by god so covered with you rooms these mushrooms I didn't that ... did never has and never seen they were sacred mushrooms Watson would also discovering record the ancient mystical rites of mushrooms from a local shaman or magical priestess in Korea our film I'm all and uhhuh where at least there and alone well a race where right that they went into action but in the city filling 9 mmhm inviting us something that today is a mushroom we were to idea testing that more silence then she broke into hunting you know and then she began to sing sang for 4:00 hours mmhm for them to leave and she and I have only leann being in nzpost or only a little faster he as I already he or would your cell Mister render that saying that he's version and I use emotions that doesn't begin to tell the story of the heavy use nations only part of it you hear some the smell of things really I mean the that night was telling this was the first known mushroom trip by outsiders this upon first known trip as I outsiders first known trip 19 there's nothing in any record word of blossoms discovery reach the C. I. A. quickly and Dr James Moore a chemist at the university of Delaware and secretly a full service agent for the CI a was a specialist in preparing deadly chemicals on short notice with the agency more was instructed to contact Watson and to pay to accompany him on another trip to Mexico to get the magic mushrooms for his agency documents show the CIA felt it's quite possible that a drug derived from the mushrooms would remain an agency secret other the world is looking for the magic mushrooms I think the best answer to that is that they were looking for fundamental information new information as fast as it became a very they wanted as rapidly as it became available on compounds server group would be capable of causing is changes and in behavior changes and mental attitude but the CIA would be beaten to the punch on developing the magic mushrooms by Sandoz laboratories from the mushrooms they derived suicide but by the time I was in a position to do anything doctor Albert Hofmann in Switzerland had isolated the principal identified it and synthesizers remarkably and exploit achievement did you ever consider what would happen if any of these substances were given to say unwitting people no I don't remember having considered that specifically dying what if you I trust perhaps you've thought about it but I so I haven't worried about it alright alright you at what your question again but good I've thought had I known that little indie any of these substances reported things given to unwitting persons I mean I a hospital agent and I move another government you know I'm going to ask was probably not even letting that doesn't you know them American citizens hi and the death I must seem very very cold blooded about this but I don't recall ever having then very much those were occupied with that that with that issue decision was made at the highest levels of the CI a to do testing on unwitting Americans as one CI a documents as such testing would be operationally realistically testing given would advance warning was pro forma at best that resulted in a false sense of accomplishment former CIA official who worked on these programs describes for the first time how the decision was made ink every last one of us felt sorry to attempt this kind of thing we knew we were crossing the line I wouldn't every day it knows you should steel but he does it sometimes we knew damn well we didn't want anyone else to know what we were doing just Jim was made unwitting victim who would they be on I and it was just because they were most it was a borderline underworld another small timers Marlys Dixie kind of revenge and as they're pretty and is a decade earlier I a would turn George white this I'm writing stories about George white were legend day I was over George Europe not ... Leo Jones of whites who installed bugging equipment for him and there was George extending in front of a full length mirror with babies derringer including yours carry his second gun which he had loaded with blacks slugs and was sitting there puny arms reflection in the mirror aboriginal ball for himself heavy drinker I love to drink right that would martinis incident with my team needs most of the time we change who strayed lifting but later on he graduated to Gibson's I think he's consumed at least that I have frequently gal number against the day that's a good director's estimate drank alcohol disorder very well very well do anything you'd ever tell but George you drinking sent his please beach became a slightly slurred high when he drank one the court at the time the way they can know what he was doing in the south so the way this so you might not be in the soon and judge what was busy talking with me and pay no attention to win this of the waves tapped on the shoulder soliciting them I help you Misha you enjoy life trained around with this guy now stuck in the guy's face like this was crowned address draft psychos left on the table from Paris France nduja white did not mind bending the law and you the street well he was the ideal choice for what the CI a had mine Ivy League white when I eat totally naive about this and the experts because he knew the forest attempts we brought in the drug NTSA so called safe houses with the CI a in New York here in Greenwich Village and later in the so tell me over and in an apartment telegraph hill with a view of San Francisco Bay a former CIA official who worked in the safe houses reveals that they were used not only for drug testing but to study sexual behavior and how it could be used to manipulate people I thought we did quite a study of prostitutes in their behavior do you take a woman who is willing to use her body to get money out of a guy to get him to talk about things which were much more important like state secrets to those willing to say there is a hell of a shock a boost to the ego most of the time you get pretty vulnerable really gonna talk sex I have to start talking about his business it is that time she can lead him gently you have to train prostitutes to do that learned a lot about human nature in the bedroom it wasn't what we had just bought you know the missionary position I started to pick up knowledge that could be used in operation you would be victim and all of this what is the agency knew they couldn't quite Dimitry from George white's diary over it or who reads towers Janet sky high a former CIA official describes how he slipped Ellis deeds will be girls in a San Francisco bar has recreated here took an ordinary book of now which is in a plastic file that contains a duo he leaned over her drink with a man although at the moment he struck it discrete the pack that's worded liquid and the sound of the match striking him the sound of the liquid hitting recurring did get to work it did affect she talked about being a little bit nervous she said she didn't know what the matter was whether knock around if you did later I didn't know even the there would be no way of getting our medical help we're kind of during all of these tests that was really if ever medical soup it has one age memo says we have no answer to the moral question till another region sources we were scared the drug not Ryan on ourselves go for the only to scenes of dollars would LSD research at universities throughout the that word would begin so called my and blowing drug suddenly it was the counter culture of the sixties or really it it was a sort of elitist Audrey's foremost authorities LSD because things broadened enormous and and the Harvard group blowing waiting how apple C. you don't LSD yeah I a funded ported and but I encourage young during the winter fallout from that was that the young psychologist Dallas discovering that it was an intelligence strangely during the counter case that I was making relationship that is that remember that the full moon killings every for people who would be telling the freezer regardless those who ... loses a sponsor I don't really but the more people the CI a helped in LSD research that more people would be turned on we all know that some of the studies in which the CIA has supported used as subjects people who later became strong proselytize is of LSD so we know in that sense yes I think it's that didn't sustain the the ... Apache ways you know of the of the use of the drug and it's rather ironic isn't it I don't I don't think anybody working in them that I am in the remotest ever thought it would go up into the kind of thing the details for our own I it I it history will judge the role of the CIA and other Intel unwittingly we're getting sure the 6 through their intense dressed in LSD another revolution in the moment at least the argument I made that the CI a whole sure in where is hello W. re such as we are in this port can get some the so called glamour and mystery of SP work lose sight all because what as with all means in terms of the and the visual humor that would be done that would be long lasting in Hong it'll affect best known cases that of this man Frank Olson a chemist employed by the army chemical corps who in 1953 was slipped LST unknowingly at a meeting with CI a officials shortly after that Olson one into severe depression he ended his life at this New York hotel by diving through a shaded closed window in a central role Frank Olson was the first known fatality in the CIA's LST program also left behind a widow Alice and 3 children but it would be years before they learn the real story of his death shortly after his suicide Ellis Olson was visited by Dr Sidney Gottlieb the man who administered the drug and by Robert last book his deputy who was the last person with Frank Olson the night of his death it would probably to check me out and see ... whether I was handling myself in handling the situation where I was hysterical and I'm sure they left the house feeling ever so much better because I had been ... gracious and hospitable to them so that I noticed in playing right into their hands and knees and feel fine 23 years later did you how did you feel about that maybe the anger was unbelievable and how I had been due for this length of time and anguish which was unnecessary anyone who knew during all those years never told Alice Olson the real story of her husband's death she was discovered by accident more than 2 decades later in essence it was a 22 year long cover up Lyman Kirkpatrick was inspector general of the CIA at the time of Frank Olson's death Kirkpatrick attempted to have those responsible reprimanded he wrote a series of letters for the CI a director signature in the first he wrote those responsible had shown exceedingly bad judgment it was rejected by high agency officials and 5 drafts later it was watered down to bad judgment and those responsible for told they should not consider the letters to be reprimands but had no bills in case occurred within the secret confines of the CIA would not this case and then a prosecutable case perhaps mentally I left early productively prosecutable and certainly from the point of view world leader but Mister Olson why it is excellent probably in the Maximo pew and opportunities so something to either Sidney Gottlieb more wildlife for when you wanna say I really don't know except to say that I believe that and nobody has the power to intercede in people's lives and the way they did Frank Olson suicide slowdown the CIA's testing of LSD and other drugs but only momentarily it would soon pick up again and the Guinea pigs were mental patients and prisoners here at the federal drug hospital in Lexington Kentucky doctor Harris is bell would test LSD and other drugs on prisoners and as a reward they would be given the drug of their addiction one of them was any flowers than a teenage addict he is now fully recovered and as a director of this Washington DC drug rehabilitation center it was really Alice in Wonderland here you were in a public health facility for drug rehabilitation you giving you being given LSD without your knowledge and as a reward for you getting harrowing well when I look back on it I get angry Sarah because that religious people we have recognized that we use okay Arab and that a weakness was capitalized on the CIA was not the only government agency interested in the possibilities LSD and other drugs presented for mind control the army chemical corps first started working with the CI a and then branched off on itself it's who tested drugs on unwitting victims had a death would result the case of this man Harold blauer a tennis pro seen here with his daughter Elizabeth is well known in 1953 blower was a private patient at the New York state psychiatric institute he was given 5 injections of a masculine derivative that was being tested secretly for the army chemical corps with the first injection Harold blauer died as with the Olsen case a 22 year cover up followed until finally the army admitted the real details of blowers debt from a previously classified deposition of doctor James could tell who administered the mescaline derivative on the purpose of the drug testing to produce symptoms similar to those that you see in schizophrenia on how much the patient knew about all this we didn't delineate all the possibilities of what might happen because then you contaminate your experiment until then relates that he never even knew what drug it given Harold blauer because of the secrecy of the army experiments we didn't know whether it was dog there's this was secret this was a secret we were an element we just lowers daughter Elizabeth overreaction what how can you blame me after that I mean it is so far from strong when you expect from a human being Nevermind a doctor never mind of professional specialists you've got to care about people line it is well other documents strongly suggests that the army tried to defraud the courts when the blower family sued this memo from the judge advocate general's office suggest putting all documents relating to the case and the chemical course procurement center there they would be beyond the subpoena power of the plaintiff in this section this memo written 6 months after blowers death talks of insurance for a proposed contract at Columbia University for similar drug test and says these experiments occasionally may result in unavoidable fertility ordered it means you when you well first surprised of how your father actually did die it it was worse than moving in in a very strange way a suit filed by Elizabeth Barrett against the army chemical corps is now pending in federal court other army experiments continued on mental patients around the country worked on at the Tulane Medical Center in New Orleans involve several drugs hallucinogenic and electrodes implanted in the brain the Associated Press reported in 1975 but the chief researcher on the program doctor Russell Monroe said the experiments involved only monkeys and cats but some researchers have branched out into research of their own on humans that concern was always given by the patient and that's a lame never gave the army any kind of report these are various progress reports written by doctor Monroe for the army and recently obtained by ABC news we asked doctor Munro now head of the sokaya 3 department at the university of Maryland about his remarks to the AP I I think it's a little bit of a distortion what I meant by it or what I think reported because at that time was that we publish the data we would not give the army the data and let them declare it a secret back you know the progress reports of Dr Monroe reporter the woman went electrodes implanted in the brain and was then given LSD and other drugs he became agitated cried lapsed into a trance like state but what was it you were both in that and all you experienced waves of in light no sensation in late somebody was trying to manipulate her body no really one was on //
"2013-11-23 09:33:11"
Mind Control Part Two
\\also a person ... perhaps you can think of and lightly therapeutic effect wouldn't a drug experiment that I just described has on a patient well a 13 week course fact would be in direct was a special aware that she was being human Alistair yeah because I mean they they are we're told that they would be given to some medications ... and this was I got realistic ... well we told them so far I don't think that they would have even known what allies D. was that at the time they were told that they were going to get they would be given some medications which might make them feel worse I don't know what what do you think the army chemical corps was looking for an older sister they were looking for incapacitating cage ... an agent that would not harm the person from the flight what would incapacitate them temporarily it seemed like a a humanistic way to compare her to wage a war if wars necessary when James Dorn well was given LSD by army intelligence in 1961 this time it was no experiment this time the expressed purpose was to peel back for those brain to bear any secret within it this time the army had gone operational Cornwell was an army private stationed in only all fronts classified documents were reported missing from his unit Cornwell became a prime suspect his 2.5 months interrogation included administration of sodium paddleball hypnosis isolation and deprivation of sleep army documents obtained by ABC news report of this interrogation as conventional despite the severe questioning army intelligence was getting nowhere with foreign well and it was decided to slip and LSD for 16 years for awhile never knew what hit him performed heroically goes off the air in ICU things you describe I dislike burst of light going by specifically put the call of the painful excruciating felt like some files taken the lives of millions billions and now it is a request all what if you have ... I NBI academic year a lot of NBI also if you want to NCLEX yeah it would no charges were ever brought by the army against on well he was discharged for psychological disorders but an army psychiatric evaluation of porn while obtained by ABC news one which was done prior to foreign well being given LSD says of him fairly cooperative oriented alert and gave no evidence of psychosis or depression one well still has serious problems he's run through 2 marriages maintains he can't hold a job can't concentrate has nightmares and feel socially and emotionally isolated I don't know by far the most chilling experiments we have uncovered took place at this gothic a state known as Ravenscrag halfway up lump royal in Montreal there's only one now houses the Allan memorial institute of psychiatry of McGill University it was here that the CI a funded a series of experiments severe experiment the details of which have never been made public yeah I'm inveterate much joint investigation by John marks an ABC news finds that this was the closest experimentation to brainwashing that has yet been disclosed the work was done by the institute's then director doctor Ewing Cameron L. or let go of Winnipeg Canada the life of a member of the Canadian parliament was a patient of doctor Cameron's she entered the Allen memorial institute because of severe depression head to look in the nurses window to see what was written tests and various things on the desk and I saw my name on a farm and there was a prescription for and as far nicer to cast its I thought my 25 published in hamlet so I've got Cameron came in in the morning and administered the drug and we were off and then the judge began to take hold very rapidly because it was an ID injection and ... things became very very and very frightening and I have a lot of sensations are very difficult to recall and it seemed to me that it went on for hours and hours and hours mmhm she well in exchange I was taken the wrong Palance suddenly grown very soon couldn't get there is and what was I going to do how was I going to get delegate making Sharon came and in terms at least one and sometimes 3 times a week I have these injections talking of approximately 2 months and they were very very slightly owns Klingler Granger sickly angle I thought it was all done started very different types of treatment but certainly a helpful treatment for me I didn't know anything else about it tell me explain it to me nobody ever asked me if I was willing to do it or anything should hug please meaning that you will be able to get to the writings of illness and and and for each whether the changes very quickly nearly I don't I think that the women look at that in retrospect of hope but he had something hadn't having anyway from him Cameron would plunge all next step was what he called a psychic driving this involved almost endless tape recorded messages and more drugs for the patient Cameron wrote that this was the way to make direct control changes in personality I practiced with the coldest and most impersonal treatment that anybody could give to anybody in the world and I became more and more despondent and more and more angry I mean my my strongest emotions for and hostility and apathy and and the fighting again think I don't care about anything nothing matters I gave sodas that I thought I can't it is like this any longer most of the your check I knew it was the patterning he described it as breaking up the existing patterns of behavior by means of intensive electroshock therapy with prolonged periods of sleep everybody carried out these experiments in something he called the sleep rooms people in there were like 80 state cried and in a very disoriented and we were very afraid of the sleeper who used to walk very carefully against the side of the corridor that was opposite the sleeper with our backs to the wall when it goes by Cameron used this combined sleep electroshock treatment on patients as long as 30 days one patient he kept asleep for 65 days Cameron retired and his successor Dr Robert clay court ordered a follow up study on the patients treated with Cameron's D. patterning that that they showed that it was no more beneficial in this result than the use of more conservative message but they follow up studies show that 60 percent of those who have been de patterns still had amnesia for periods of anywhere from 6 months to 10 years as for the memory loss and abandonment Austin data does it Sir Maher I think more than desirable in retrospect was not the Camerons experimentation and mistreatment appear harsh aren't I would switch it on the photograph of each subsequent type of approach path I love that kind of thing you or you can fix them didn't take kindly to that I wouldn't call that harsh I would say it was harder on the staff that was on the patients because these people had to be fair and then they had to be cared for and I have to agree paradigm given sufficient Floridian foods and start a dozen songs so far as it was a very difficult task bar thing for our time staff to and to follow these patients properly and see that they they did well boom boom boom well I'm glad it was concerned for the staff and I think it was harder on the stations when I found out and vote experimental research that that it really well I think it was really quite outraged I mean I couldn't believe it how could anybody I mean I was just outraged I was angry and I was outraged and I thought all these people who've been hurt and nobody was ever held by any of this damn stuff and all the misery that I at least went through and it was a little like a missing link this is why I never got together but that was all I did I wouldn't I could I could have maybe has a different kind of like and that makes me angry and sad and I don't know what how to explain how I feel barely I just I'm just curious how did you feel when you learned that Dr Cameron's experimentation was financed by the CI a hi all I can even use the word because I thought he did it because I thought bastard and I think it's inhuman I don't know what kind of people could could could cause system V. I really don't I feel very strongly about it I I realize the CIA is a very important organization and they have a very important job to do that caught it surely doesn't have to be done on people who are I am capable of knowing what's happening are having any defense against the goodnight and I can't imagine the mentality of people who would do this I just can't nbastore doctor Cameron he died in 1966 while mountain climbing McCauley growth of Cameron for him the ends justified the means and when one is dealing with the waste of human potential it is easy to adopt a stance Dr Cameron seemed ideally suited for what the CI a had mine only condition American there's been trained to kill and then to have no memory of having killed his brain is not only being blushed as they saying which is being dry cleaning a professor of the Manchurian candidate a programmed robot American assassin and created by the communists there was a possible cause it was the Cold War and especially the trial of Joseph cardinal Mindszenty was forced to testify in a Hungarian court that he was a spy and then later the Korean War with the call Wursten mainly fraudulent confessions of American servicemen my intermittent constraints on the that was sparked intense interest in intelligence circles about brainwashing your mate young getting error former chief psychologist for the CI a there was widespread anxiety others on your side in the armed forces and and our government level that somebody was really developing some kind of techniques that were being used to get people to reform in certain ways and therefore there began to be quite a concerted effort to try to see if we couldn't get a better handle on just what the process than the brainwashing la the CI a secretly commissioned the study of Chinese and Russian methods at the Cornell University Medical Center coming this plane leader of that study was doctor Lawrence ankle I would been observing Soviet methods back to the Stalin purges and the Russian show trials where were the Soviet methods of breaking an individual you this honey you're detained our insight totally did saying absolutely isolated from them growing up with one man whose job it is to get you to ride big sixth which you are a criminal in this setting you can get people to do most anything except because you don't have to play a has you can use anxiety you can use isolation you can keep the mood light and by the time you get throwing you got all the Jack in the palace and we are spicy yes I would respond and the purpose of the Cornell study was to find out about communist brainwashing techniques with with with CI a documents indicate that the agency was interested in developing mind control methods of its own another CI a sponsored study at Cornell was designed to test ways to control nationalist Chinese living in this country we looking for what defines who I allow all those things better through friends into a central value changes in what interested and having ... some Chinese nationals tested with these tests volatile sometimes and then find with hi sociologist psychologist with a vengeance is perception of the work you were doing NCIA documents ... we've examined here it says that we have a project that was being done here ... they intended to use everything I learned about the new agents to induce them to quote to perform acts of a complex purposeful nature out but that was the highlight of which may be out of keeping with the individuality was already laying was not those people would not that that was when they first came here surprise people and some don't significantly or or operational kind of people who say I listen to a lot so while my ideas on documents clearly show that the CI a was attempting to develop agency over whom they have as much control as possible apart agents who would perform tasks contrary to their own good costs under control do you recall what happened to them except because of a correction for a night action is a Manchurian candidate controlled by others to do things against his will possible removed the remarkable film because as far as I'm concerned is made something totally impossible seems absolutely credible that's on the phone call a strike is a small sign of section I would say the answer is yes but there are many qualifications to the doctor Milton Kline a psychologist but clinical and experimental hypnotist and unpaid consultant to the CI a qualifications windy the subjects selected to produce the kind of behavior that you wish the amount of time the procedures that are utilized and the motivations of the people who are designing executing an administrative procedures you're asking the other an individual candy undertaking has eyes incrementally across her wares persuaded shaped to perform and hands to social act no more destructive act or an act of violence enough on my hands would be yes got a lot of really good enough to land Raymond your pistol place that's where and I think but it nxpi sure it as reported by doctor pulled right in who is the chief psychiatrist at Copenhagen General Hospital where a criminal hypnotist I'm being confined to a jail cell Tara found his cellmate to me it's very susceptible subject a train that subject to eventually come that I robbery and a triple homicide which was successfully carried on what no I on more although we will have to look at it realistically unintelligible nonlinear today is absolutely because nobody there were Mabel soon that I know of to do it yeah operationally feasible way I'm not in any way saying that it knows ... doesn't good place I'm not saying there's nothing to it I confirm from both CIA documents and interviews that from 1960 to 1963 James Angleton in the counterintelligence part of the city I was very interested in hypnosis and in tune with tearing out operational experiment time the counterintelligence man but it might be possible to make a breakthrough in the whole clandestine business and they collected hypnosis offered a great deal of promise I would say that most government agencies concerned with intelligence operations I have been looking to hypnosis as a tool for a variety of purposes one of which is to carry out and execute certain intelligence operations on the basis where they would not have to rely completely on some of their own emotional reactions actually there until murder it could if you consider that an act of killing someone under circumstances of war is murder I think one has to define what that means under circumstances it takes on the circumstance of peace that would be where another former CI a agent says the potential targets of a possible Manchurian candidate work consider one of the chart Adele cast the age what was to be filmed or recorded his remarks are read by someone else mmhm Castro was naturally our discussion point could you get somebody gung ho enough that they would go in and get but it was decided that a Manchurian candidate was not free or is predictable absolute control of an individual because of the I would say no predictable absolute control of an individual in any way under any conditions it is not absolutely so well the Manchurian candidate may not of been feasible the search would continue it for ways to predict and manipulate human behavior and some would be successful marathon //
"2013-11-23 09:24:04"
MTHEL tactical laser
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"2013-11-23 09:23:01"
Opening Pandora's Box
\\the United States government collects until January 1976 totally Quitman confirmed the American embassy in Moscow against Soviet attack since the 19 fifties the Soviets have been irradiating embassy with a stainless microwave signals knew about no from the world time tomorrow embassy when they finally got around to installing protect screens they did so in a hurry at the height of the Moscow winter with the temperature 30 degrees below 0 listed equipment they requisitioned contribute arctic clothing for the workers who are going to install the screens 19 boldly famous the religion but to Khrushchev is telling the to America and waved as she don't words and yeah the ... servicemen there is Michael a sick cold Laura many of the carry out the the door to because when the your son got a big another bullet so let the security of I'll so I like it your opponent away from the it's the issue and hold and he about I for me we're what if you were you also want I would agree well that I worry more well the I there's a they will you go president and I members you might think all of them Americans analyzing the Americans and number after all that knowing I'm not available that was a for Kuwait's one quick you ... or your embassy right //
"2013-11-23 09:19:15"
MKULTRA ABC
\\we are not professing to tell you the complete story of these activities we are professing to tell you the complete story that we know are but these records that we have on our cover don't tell the story they tell pieces of that this is a story that has been told in bits and pieces this is an attempt to pull most of it together we know we don't have the full story we do however have some striking new revelations and insights the story begins here just off the nation's front yard the mall the buildings behind me with the headquarters for the World War 2 office of strategic services it was here that the first halting steps toward mind control began the shape and mold removal SS was general while Bill Donovan he said of his group's work we may have made mistakes but we were not afraid to try things that were never done before in this anything goes atmosphere Donovan appointed this man Stanley global a Boston industrialist to break new ground in many scientific and technical fields none of them call level his doctor Moriarty after the fiendish professor in Sherlock Holmes level like the name and pose for the Saturday Evening Post photo he later wrote of his ... SS job that it was quote to stimulate the Peck's bad boy beneath the surface of every American scientist and to say to him throw all of your normal law abiding concepts out of the window here's a chance to raise merry hell it was in this atmosphere that the search for mind control began this bizarre man would be an active participant and that search over the next 2 decades his name is George white no SS captain who had formally been with the bureau of narcotics in his diaries seen here publicly for the first time white left a legacy of the darker side of American intelligence work he received his early OSS training of the British run school at all sure what Canada the same school where Ian Fleming the creator of James Bond was trying white referred to the school in his diaries as the offshore school of mayhem and murder Mike Burke and Romer OSS colleague of whites and now president of Madison Square Garden center very compelling fella ... mysterious fella almost mystical felony was fascinating because you didn't do you know something about it but I don't know enough about him to really get a fix on ... he also knew a great deal about the swifter elements of society the game your side of life and ... and he was very impressive in his technical knowledge of of the underworld so to speak he's the one of one of my men could speed up the says you have to have a real fast and teach these guys last Charles Siragusa a former narcotics officer and friend of whites he'll come round a schism free kidney caps and with that one guy laughed and judge where was a little a little Billy with and this one guy so Snicket judge right turn on a webcam across the neck with it they picked up pool status that beat everybody up he made his point and he made his point George white was not a man of understatement or subtleties his boss pseudo SS Stanley level referred to him as deadly and dedicated in this note from whites diaries it says colmobil regarding T. D. TV was a rather transparent cover for truth drug George white worked with the truth drug committee here at Saint Elizabeth's hospital in the nation's capital they experimented with masculine scopolamine and marijuana on unwitting victim the committee soon learned there was no easy panacea no truth drug at this stage but white and later colleagues would not stop trying the goal remains the same as this 1950 to see I a memo says the aim is controlling an individual to the point where he will do our bidding against his will and even against such fundamental laws of nature as self preservation Mara but it was a discovery here in Basel Switzerland at some those laboratories by Dr Albert Hofmann but let the intelligence agencies of America to believe that they had found the panacea I I felt LSD the film abuse closest illustration of the effects of a hallucinate it was first that nobody had ever run to powerful drug there was deep there anything else that they knew anything about John getting her recently retired chief psychologist for the CI a this is the first time getting here has been interviewed publicly good disabled city by putting a very small amount of water supply they after all of these years of us yeah ... those of us who involve then looking for this secret drug ... this was the only thing that began to look for the first time like it might be something like that see I is interest in LSD wasn't Lori was that the Russians would get hold of it for the Soviets into LSD by going have to say who I'm sure they were that if you ask me to prove it I I've never seen any direct proof of it but at 1.intelligence information received from Switzerland said but Sandoz laboratories was about to put 100000000 doses of LSD on the open market and it caused enough concern within the agency of the United States was prepared to buy the entire supply however a slight mistake had been made the mistake is made public for the first time I just found out the new CI a. that there were no such ... large quantities of LSD on the market John marks is filed numerous freedom of information suits against the CI a and as on earth much new material is the author of the search for the Manchurian candidate a history of intelligence agency work with mind control is a consultant for this report what happened is that there was a military attache in Switzerland an American officer who got milligrams and kilograms mixed up in other words he made a mistake of thinking 11 thousandth of a gram was the same as 1000 grams which is a mistake of 1000000 times so when the CIA got the intelligence that there were 100000000 doses on the market in fact there were 100 doses the man who would oversee the CIA's research into drugs and most of the agencies behavior programs businessman Dr Sidney Gottlieb a chemist Dr Gottlieb declined ABC news request for an interview in their never ending search for the miracle weapon CI a operatives searched here in the remote mountain areas of southern Mexico for what up to then had been considered a myth magic mushrooms do they use this man a part time chemist with the CI a know to do this man a vice president of a bank in an amateur mycologist or mushroom expert to try to get to the magic mushrooms and turn them into a drug but it would be the amateur R. Gordon Wasson and his colleagues who would win the race and develop the drugs so aside from the magic mushrooms we went into the Mazatec area far from the highways remote from Mexico City there we found that rotten by gases it's called by god so covered with mushrooms these mushrooms I didn't know that never had never seen they were sacred mushrooms promo Lawson would also discovering record the ancient mystical rites of the mushrooms in a local shaman or magical priestess Maria Sabina the and came in they would go slowly or they would go fast as I or day the or all your sin those are rendered a key say you see vision see I knew summation but that doesn't begin to tell the story the hallucinations only part of it you hear sound smell things they at the end of the night was throwing word of Austin's discovery reached the C. I. A. quickly Dr James Moore university of Delaware chemist secretly served the CIA preparing deadly chemicals on short notice more was instructed to get close to Austin and accompany him on another trip to Mexico to get the magic mushrooms internal documents show the CIA filled a drug derived from the mushrooms could remain an agency secret what a world they looking for the magic mushrooms I think the best answer to that is that they were looking for fundamental information ... and compounds that were group would be capable of causing changes in and behavior changes in mental attitude did you ever consider what would've happened if any of these substances were given to say unwitting people no I don't remember having considered that specifically I what a few but I but I trust perhaps you've thought about it well I haven't worried about it ... I you ask what your question again but who would I have thought had I known that the DNA of the substances reported been given to unwittingly persons but I mean I a hostile agent of another government no I think that was probably I mean I think that I'm testing it out on Americans I what I guess I must seem very very cold blooded about this but I don't recall ever having been very much preoccupied with that that with that issue but many drugs were tested in this way a decision was made at the highest levels of the CI a to do testing on unwitting Americans as one CI a document says such testing would be operationally realistic a former CIA official who worked on these programs describes for the first time how the decision was made he did not wish to be filmed the whole record buses remarks about read by someone else I think every last one of us felt sorry to attempt this kind of thing we knew we were crossing the line every DC it knows you should steel but he doesn't times we knew damn well we didn't want anyone else to know what we were doing it is unwittingly that it was to see because they were most it was the borderline underworld another small time Harless to see and have and as their predecessors had a decade earlier the CI a term George what white was now a high ranking and by this time the stories about George white were legendary so awareness of him I hope you misura and judge what was busy talking with me pay no attention awareness of the waves tapped on the shoulder soliciting that may help you Misha judge Wright trained around with this guy I'm not stuck in the guy's face like business credit brush strapped NDEs white did not mind bending the law and he knew the street well he was the ideal choice for what the CI a had mine Ivy League white middle class we remain totally naive about this and the experts he knew the forest camps the people who brought in the drugs white set up so called safe houses with the CIA in New York here in Greenwich Village and later in San go in so tell and in an apartment atop telegraph hill with a commanding view of San Francisco Bay while the existence of these safe houses was disclosed last year details of what took place within them has not been told a former CIA official who worked in the safe houses reveals that they were used not only for drug testing a study sexual behavior and how it could be used to manipulate people we did quite a study of prostitutes in their behavior do you take a woman who is willing to use her body to get money out of a guy to get him to talk about things which were much more important like state secrets we learned a lot about the bedroom I started to pick up knowledge that could be used in operation there would be victims and all of this what is the agency knew they couldn't fight back some entries from George white's diaries flurries its horrors Janet sky high as one agency memo says we have no answer to the moral question the safe houses were not the only test ng rounds millions of dollars would be spent on LSD research at universities throughout the country that word would begin to spread on campus about the so called mind blowing drug and suddenly it was the counter culture of the sixties I give the CIA a total credit for sponsoring an initiating the entire consciousness movement counterculture events of the 19 sixties doctor Timothy Leary to the 19 sixties Johnny Appleseed of LSD the CIA funded and supported and encouraged hundreds of young psychiatrist experiment with this drug the fallout from that was that the young psychologist began to hit themselves discovering that it was an intelligence enhancing consciousness raising experience I know that some of the studies in which the CI a had supported used as subjects people who later became strong proselytize Isabella's the so we know in that sense yes I think it that did stain the and the ... Apache way she knows of the of the use of the drug and it's rather ironic isn't it the counter cases that would make in relationship to that is that remember that the people who are doing the research for people who would be doing the research regardless those who ... was a sponsor I don't I don't think anybody working in and that I am in the remotest ever thought that it would blow up into the kind of thing the data on our own I history will judge the role of the CIA and other intelligence season unwittingly contributing a counter culture of the sixties for their intense interest in LSD and other hallucinogenic but for the moment at least or the argument can be made at the C. I. A. helped usher in the age of Aquarius when you spend of history such as we are in this report one can get sidetracked by the so called glamour and mystery of espionage work or by the exotic qualities of some drugs but what you can't lose sight of is what all of this would mean in terms of individual human beings that would be deaths that would be long lasting and harmful effects the best known cases that of this man Frank Olson a chemist employed by the army chemical corps who in 1953 was slipped LST unknowingly at a meeting with CI a officials shortly after that Olson went into severe depression he ended his life at this New York hotel by diving through a shaded closed window and is 10 floral Frank Olson was the first known fatality in the CIA's LSP program also left behind a widow Alice and 3 children but it would be years before they learn the real story of his death shortly after his suicide Alice Olson was visited by Dr Sidney Gottlieb the man who administered the drug and by Robert lush broke his deputy who was the last person with Frank Olson the night of his death it was probably to check me out and see ... whether I was handling myself in handling the situation whether I was hysterical and I'm sure they left the house feeling ever so much better because I had been ... gracious and hospitable to them so that I must've played right into their hand and made me a fine 23 years later did you how did you feel about that my anger was unbelievable and how I had been duped for this length of time and the anguish which was unnecessary anyone who knew during all of those years never told Alice Olson the real story of her husband's death she would discovered by accident more than 2 decades later in essence it was a 22 year long cover up Lyman Kirkpatrick was inspector general of the CIA at the time of Frank Olson's death but had not the Olsen case occurred within the secret confines of the CI a would not this case have been a prosecutable case perhaps my way I would think Fareed definitely prosecutable and certainly from the point of view worldly Mr Olson why but it should probably admin actionable Frank Olson suicide slow down the CIA's testing of LSD and other drugs but only momentarily the CIA was not the only government agency interested in the possibilities LSD and other drugs presented for mind control the army chemical corps first started working with the CI a and then branched off on its own it to test our drugs on unwitting victims and a death would result the case of this man Harold blauer a tennis pro seen here with his daughter Elizabeth is well known in 1953 blower was a private patient at the New York state psychiatric institute he was given 5 injections of a masculine derivative that was being tested secretly for the army chemical corps with the fifth injection Harold blauer died as would be Olson case a 22 year cover up followed until finally the army admitted the real details of blowers death since the initial news stories of Harold blauer is death close to 5000 documents previously classified have been released by the army and obtained by ABC news they provide valuable insight into army activities at the time of blowers death and where the army went from there with their own drug testing program from a previously classified deposition of doctor James could tell who administered the masculine derivative on the purpose of the drug testing to produce symptoms similar to those that you see in schizophrenia on how much the patient knew about all this we didn't delineate all the possibilities of what might happen because then you contaminate your experiment good tell then relates that he never even knew what druggy had given Harold blauer because of the secrecy of the army experiments we didn't know whether it was dog piss this was secret this was a secret we were an element we asked blower's daughter Elizabeth for her reaction what how can anybody reacted and I mean it is so far from from when you'd expect from a human being Nevermind a doctor never mind a professional specialist who spoke to care about people's minds it's it's unbelievable a suit filed by Elizabeth Barrett against the army chemical corps is now pending in federal court other army experiments continued on mental patients around the country work done at the Tulane Medical Center in New Orleans involve several drugs hallucinogenic PSE and electrodes implanted in the brain the chief researcher was doctor Russell Monroe now head of the sky entry department at the university of Maryland these are various progress reports written by doctor Monroe and recently obtained by ABC news from one of the progress reports look for the woman who electrodes implanted in the brain and was then given LSD and other drugs she became agitated cried lapsed into a trance like state I Jill is if she were about to have convulsion Syrians waves of in light Larson in like somebody was trying you later bought alright as a as a late ... in light therapeutic would the type experiment that I just described have on a patient well the therapeutic effect would be in direct I was especially aware that she was being human Alice yes I mean there is a ... we're told that they would be given some medications ... and they specifically LSD ... well we told them ... I don't think that they would have even known what allies D. was that at the time they were told that they were going to give they would be given some medications which might make them feel worse document what what do you think the army chemical corps was looking for all this stuff they were looking for incapacitating agent ... an agent that would not harm the person promised lakes but would incapacitate them temporarily it seemed like a a humanistic way to cook to wage a war if war is necessary when James Dorn well was given LSD by army intelligence in 1961 this time it was no experiment this time they express purpose was to peel back foreign worlds brain to bear any secret within it this time the army had gone operational Cornwell as reported on ABC last January was an army private station in only all friends classified documents were missing from his unit Thornwell became a suspect this 2.5 month interrogation included administration of sodium plentiful hypnosis isolation and deprivation of sleep army documents obtained by ABC news referred to this interrogation as conventional despite the severe questioning army intelligence was getting nowhere with foreign well and it was decided to slip and LSD for 16 years Thornwell never knew what it hit a Telecaster ... rather not size of Patrick a trip that was a bad trip the pain was excruciating felt like some files to give me with a legal opinions now does it require our chance what yeah but I it okay a hollow for so many I I want to yes I the hockey the 3 I lived through it no charges were ever brought by the army against torn while he was discharged for psychological disorders crime but an army psychiatric evaluation of foreign well obtained by ABC news one which was done prior to Thornwell having been given LSD says of them fairly cooperative oriented alert and gave no evidence of psychosis or depression from the army's point of view this type of LSD interrogation was a success other documents referred to be exploit ability of interrogation subjects cracking keeping them off balance mentally and providing an economical speedy and productive a to interrogation from James Dorn wells point of view it was no success born while still has serious problems he's run through 2 marriages he maintains he can't hold a job can't concentrate has nightmares and feel socially and emotionally isolated plus full Thornwell filed suit against the government in federal court in a moment we will examine the closest experimentation to brainwashing that we have uncovered by far the most chilling experiments we have uncovered took place at this gothic a state called raven's crag halfway up mount royal in Montreal it houses the Allan memorial institute of psychiatry of McGill University it was here that the CI a funded a series of experiments severe experiments the work was done by the institute's then director doctor you encounter it it is the closest experimentation to brainwashing yet disclosed his work unprecedented in psychiatry consisted of 3 areas which he called sleep therapy psychic driving and the ultimate D. patterning Dr Maurice stoji a current head of the Allan memorial institute even though he's a psychic driving at a so called and it type of affair up being he would give the patient intensive eh electric treatment it's not up to make the patient to write grace deeply ... become a forget for and then he would the attempt to implement and Wayne deals in the in the mind of the patient out to a layman it would appear that doctor Cameron was trying to take the slate and wipe it clean the slate clean the mine in other words brainwashing exactly that's a very good comparison brainwashing yes could well or look O. of Winnipeg Canada the life of a member of the Canadian parliament was a patient of doctor camera she entered the Allen memorial institute because of severe depression she describes for the first time publicly the LST therapy and psychic driving treatment that she was given by Dr Cameron and then the drug began to take hold very rapidly because it was an IV injection and ... things became very furry and very frightening and to have a lot of sensations so it's very difficult to recall nobody explained to me nobody ever asked me if I was willing to do it or anything him hug please feeling that he would be able to get through the of my system Afghanistan and and to reach ... deep changes very quickly duty I don't think that so when you look at that in retrospect hopes that he had been doesn't have been anyway for fear but Cameron would plunge all the next step was what he called psychic driving this involved almost endless tape recorded messages and more drugs for the patient Cameron wrote that this was the way to make direct control changes in personality I thought this was the coldest and most impersonal treatment that anybody could give to anybody in the world and I became more and more despondent and more and more angry I just became so despondent that I thought I can't live like this any longer and I thought I would just go throw myself on anything cars on McGregor stood on the curb that street and there go go and then I thought what if you're not careful I mean what if you don't and you live and you can and I couldn't do it the most severe technique Cameron used was D. patterning he described it as breaking up the existing patterns of behavior by means of intensive electroshock therapy with prolonged periods of sleep it carried out these experiments in something he called the sleep rooms people in there were like baby state cried and they were very disoriented and we were very afraid of the sleeper willingness to walk very carefully against the side of the corridor that was opposite the sleep room with our backs to the wall when we'd go by Cameron use this combined sleep electroshock treatment on patients as long as 30 days one patient he kept to sleep for 65 days Cameron retired and his successor Dr Robert clay court ordered a follow up study on the patients treated with Cameron's D. patterning method as showed that it was no more beneficial and its results and then the use of more conservative message but they follow up studies show that 60 percent of those who had been the pattern still had amnesia for periods of anywhere from 6 months to 10 years that's quite a memory loss and that is a memory loss in day to day offensive Maher I think more than desirable in retrospect does Dr Cameron's experimentation and mistreatment appear harsh ... I would say yes another friend of police force for type of approach pop up I was just describing to you there is definitely a kindly said that since how I wouldn't call it harsh I would say it was harder on the staff that was on the patients because these people had to be fed and they had to be cared for and that had to be ... I'm given sufficient fluid and food and targeted insana so far did was say a very difficult to have a thing for our ... the staff to to add to follow these patients properly and see that they they did well boom boom boom well I'm glad it was concern for the staff but damn it all I think I wouldn't I like Ike I could've maybe had a different kind of life and that makes me angry and sad and I don't know what how to explain how I feel really I just I'm just curious I did you feel when you learned that Dr Cameron's experimentation was financed by the CI a we have a high all I can even use the word well I thought because I thought that bastard and he was too smart he knew he knew who he was working for M. term is fake bottom I just don't I just kept sometimes I can't believe it and yet I know it's true if you have the opportunity to say something to the people at the Central Intelligence Agency who finance the study of what would you say I I realize the CIA is a very important organization and they have a very important job to do but got it surely doesn't have to be done on people who are totally incapable of knowing what's happening or having any defense against the and I find I can't imagine the mentality of people who would do this I just can't as were Dr Cameron he died in 1966 while mountain climbing a colleague wrote of Cameron for him the ends justified the means and when one is dealing with the waste of human potential it is easy to adopt this dance Dr Cameron seemed ideally suited for what the CI a had mine it was the Cold War and especially the trial of Joseph cardinal Mindszenty who was forced to testify in a Hungarian court that he was a spy and then later the Korean War with the coerced and mainly fraudulent confessions of American servicemen mind your information took place on the that would spark intense interest in intelligence circles about brainwashing the CIA secretly commissioned a study of communist brainwashing methods at the Cornell University Medical Center a leader of that study was doctor Lawrence cycle ride he explains first the Russian method of controlling and breaking a person absolutely isolated from everyone else with one man whose job it is to get you to ride the extent to which you are a criminal in this setting you can get people to do most anything dips because you don't have to lay a hand and by the time you get through when you go up for the judge to focus as we use spices yes I was a spy the day they the Chinese I never really had this kind of a state police system potato we get a man and United States Hollis followed as last year right rewrite rewrite talk about your wife I graduated college training in 1949 well the purpose of the study was to find out about communist brainwashing techniques CI a documents show that the agency was interested when developing mind control methods of its own to precondition and control Chinese living in this country to be sent back to their homeland as CI a agents we think they were looking for well I think they don't know what they were looking for they were like agent chanting my Daddy at the agency's perception of the work you were doing NC I a document so we have examined yeah it says that the that the project that was being done here ... they intended to use everything learned about the new agents to induce them to quote to perform acts of a complex purposeful nature how but that was the highlight of which may be out of keeping with the individuality is on a line those people would not that that was when I first came here face people a synopsis diversity Marah where operational type people from the CI listen problem for awhile my ideas okay this is their perception of it if you if I can also wanted apperception not one gender stew is being contrary yeah try and reason is just so you can listen to engines an in house here jewel verse of to the goals yeah we were and all this time but the situation once you does anyone know what done because of wise people on both sides we've not able to do this in our interest they were the because some of the low level people wear but the high level people or not Dayton should think in the face but documents clearly show that the CI a was attempting to develop agents over whom they had as much control as possible our agents who would perform tasks contrary to their own good boss nominee condition American been trained to kill and then to have no memory of having killed his brain is not only being washed as they say it's just been trying to clean but but but is a Manchurian candidate controlled by others to do things against his will possible it was a remarkable film because as far as I'm concerned it made something totally impossible same absolutely credible I would say the answer is yes but there are many qualifications to that doctor Milton Kline a psychologist a clinical and experimental hypnotist and unpaid consultant to the CI a qualifications would be the subjects selected to produce the kind of behavior that you wish the amount of time the procedures that are utilized and the motivations of the people who are designing executing and administering the procedures you're asking whether an individual can be under hypnosis influence Costco where's persuaded shape to perform and anti social acts the board destructive act or an act of violence my answer would be yes captain Marko you'll be good enough to lend Raymond your pistol place yes ma'am thanks very should get I we should but the rain through the 4 yes ma'am available who can hypnosis we in the intelligence field none whatsoever it is absolute no use because nobody there remain will do that that I know of do it in operational to move away I'm not in any way saying that it noses ... doesn't put place I'm not saying there's nothing to it I would say that most government agencies concerned with intelligence operation have been looking to hypnosis as a tool for a variety of purposes one of which is to carry out and execute certain intelligence operations on a basis where they would not have to rely completely on some of their own emotional reactions actually there in total murder it could if you consider that an act of killing someone under circumstances of war is murder I think one has to define what that means under circumstances of peace under circumstances that piece that would be murder another former CI a agent says that Fidel Castro at one time was considered as a possible target for a Manchurian candidate Castro was naturally our discussion point could you get somebody gung ho enough that they would go in and get him but if you have 100 percent control of a guy you have 100 percent dependency if something happens and you have been programmed it in you've got a problem so in the end it was decided that a Manchurian candidate was not feasible but the search will mind control continue but could the mind be control perhaps not but he's human behavior predictable in this area of the CIA did make a significant breakthrough a personality assessment system designed by the agency's chief psychologist John getting her it comes close to being able to predict how humans will behave it's really descriptive system I attempted try to describe personality and a relatively systematic way so that hopefully you can get some kind of an idea to predict what did behavior between different kinds of individuals getting our system had many uses an intelligence work one was to draw personality portraits of world leaders using using our system the agency concluded the Shah of Iran is a brilliant but dangerous megalomaniac whose basic problems resulted from an overbearing father and there were other application your assessments that played a key role in helping other governments pick their police intelligence agencies including we've learned the Korean CIA Uruguayan national police can you tell us about this no father John marks the former number 2 C. I. man in Uruguay told me how in 1966 John getting Aaron an assistant travel down to Uruguay and gave the tests in order to select ... members of the Uruguayans halogen service a psychologist who used to work for the CI a told me in 1961 he personally travel to South Korea as part of it an American CI a effort to set up the Korean CIA and to give the and the personality tests to be hunted aids for the Korean CIA to choose the best man for their secret police but one of the basic functions of getting your system was finding the vulnerabilities of an agent a double agent or a potential agent and its applicability to intelligence work is in the P. A. S. system looking for personal soft spot well because the answer that here but ... has I hastened the soft spot this is the what I consider a negative word of the hundreds of behavioral projects undertaken by the CI a getting here's appears to have been one of the more successful and more conventional other experiments were not as conventional neural physicist Dr Jose Delgado was financed by the office of naval research in this experiment the bull is sedated electrodes are implanted in its brain Delgado transmits an electronic impulse to the center of the bull's brain Delgado has remote control of the animal recently released CI a documents referred to the feasibility of remote control of animals and that special investigations will be conducted toward the application of selected elements of these techniques to man other areas were examined through the sixties and seventies brain surgery psychosurgery creation of amnesia parapsychology manipulation of gene even though past and present see I officials have indicated this kind of work ended in 1963 old growth not but 1 of those who took part in these programs Agassi in 1977 the Senate subcommittee heard testimony from many of them but the testimony was not that revealing according to one of them they agreed amongst themselves to keep the inquiry within bounds that would satisfy the committee former narcotics officer Charles Siragusa says that he was asked to limit his testimony by the man he reported to what the CI a he wanted me not the same thing to perjure himself that's right well you know that died at the push of my summer take the Fifth Amendment and I'm not about to take the Fifth Amendment for anybody okay former CIA chemist Robert lash Brooke testified he had no first hand knowledge of the agency run the safe houses when in fact he supervised one of them was very late according to George white's diaries was at a safe house when white conducted what he called an LST surprise experiment Dr Sidney Gottlieb only recently fell near is California home oversaw many of the CI a behavioral programs he retired in 1973 and destroyed the records of this work in sort of a valedictorian letter Dr Gottlieb wrote that he and his colleagues had been able to maintain contact with the leading edge of developments in the field of biological and chemical control of human behavior Dr Gottlieb also testified before the Senate subcommittee but from an ante room where he could Ifill because of what his lawyer termed health and cardiac problem Dr Gottlieb declined ABC news request for an interview and what of George white the man who helped the agency and so many of its programs he would retire here to Stinson beach California but shortly before his death he wrote to his boss of the CI a doctor Sidney Gottlieb and summed up his career by saying it was fun fun fun where else could a red blooded American boy lie a kill and she steel to see rape and pillage what a sanction and blessing overly all highest as mind control been achieved from all of the available evidence it appears doubtful the human will has prevailed up to this point but as we've seen it work is continuing in this field work that we still don't know very much about how deeply of the Russians and other dictatorships into all of this we really can't say the CIA is reluctant to give out information about but the basic question remains what place does all of this have within a democracy one final point should be made as one of the persons who worked on these programs told us we are very capable conscientious and very dedicated scientist working for our country their work speaks for itself this is Paul buyer for ABC news good //
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MKULTRA Canada The Sleep Room
\\because of our government it was a tremendous shock as the fifth estate was first to report in 1984 the work that up to you and Cameron oversaw at his Montreal clinic was shocking now the story of Cameron's experiments and the victims struggle for justice have been made into a riveting movie to be broadcast on CBC television this Sunday and Monday night for the victims of the sleep room the horror has never really ended even if you don't know the history of the Allen memorial institute in Montreal it looks like a natural setting for a movie a horror movie Hey but then the truth about what happened to hundreds of psychiatric patients there a long time ago is a horror story okay so run route guys peaceably are now it has become a movie at dramatized account of a bleak chapter in the history of Canadian psychiatry produced by a former fifth estate documentary maker Bernard Zuckerman literally could not great granddaughter ago the central character in the TV movie is a world renowned psychiatrist at the Allen in the early sixties economist Dr UN Katelyn I Karen it's not plastic story ... good turning to evil in its most simplistic terms in Dr Cameron started off as someone who is probably one of the most enlightened psychiatrists in the country but then something happened and whatever happened suddenly here was this is like my doctor this noble doctor who began doing more and more and more bizarre experiments on his patients to the point where he is destroying the minds of hundreds of people these are the days and hours of the occasion inspired by the exuberant post war optimism in technology Cameron thought he'd achieved a major scientific breakthrough how to repair a damaged human mind the media rejoiced even coined a phrase which would become a tragically silly oxymoron beneficial brainwashing Linda macdonald was a young mother with 5 children under the age of 5 when she started feeling low her family doctor knew just the man to make a better I was tired and depressed my back was hurting and so he said to the children's father wanted to go to Montreal and physicist doctor you when the camera fame and who has all of these accolades and have an assessment so we went my medical file even says that I took my controller with you and that that was the end of my life we've been 3 weeks doctor Cameron decided to call me an acute schizophrenic I'm supporting up to different print how long did they put you to sleep for I would assume that if a call ma for 86 page 80 acre blaze up on my broken sleep total comatose state the theory was sample erased a disturbed mind and start all over again one of Dr Cameron's colleagues at the time was doctor Peter Roper Mary why they'd really was to wipe out the patent that Colson behavior which for ... that comment the patient which I think and replace them with healthy back welcome behavior I think there might have Rena simulated by the fact something ... American prisoners of war and career how they seem to have been brainwashed and action their movie called the sleep room dramatizes one technique for brainwashing extreme sessions of electroshock therapy massive jolts of electricity 3 or 4 times a day for weeks according to her hospital records Linda macdonald had 100 of these treatments she entered hospital for treatment of what we can now guess what postpartum depression her records show the results of shock and radical drug therapy may 15 shows some confusion June 3 know their names but that's about all June 11 doesn't know her name I with had to be toilet trained I was a vegetable I had no identity I have no memory I'd never existed in the world before up like a baby just like in buildings that have to be toilet trained she eventually went home her depression gone and her entire previous life gone with it and this is this is one of the twins and network infrastructure before I went camping out on and if someone I think I just look at the pictures and I know who that is who they all but I don't remember them as my children and all too I mean I know all that they came from my body ... but there's no in Britain back home I don't know and that's because I was told that in some of these are my children Robert Lovi was little more than a child himself when he was referred to doctor Cameron he was 18 he had a sore leg his doctor thought it was all in his head and sent him to the Alan like Linda McDonald he went through a nightmare of shock therapy and drugs including L. as the well I've been out here very secondary Pandora injected and sometimes it was my friend fundamental and other drugs Eliot part one on one day to cut most of the drugs were experimental but through suitable for brainwashing nor as Cameron preferred to call it the patterning then during the long sleeve the patient would be forced to listen to subliminal messages that were supposed to print new sometimes bizarre thoughts on his blank mind I was aware of the speaker under my pillow I want to learn the words which where you killed your mother you kill your mother and who is alive and well were from Lima and then over and over again this voice I won't like a failure to take about to certify that message that's what's going on for 23 and and then I went home after being there when I went home my mother was there my wish therein didn't make any sense so what was going on here doctor you and Cameron was at 1.head of the world psychiatric association and is still admired by some of his former colleagues doctor Peter Roper poll what is the possibility that we had ... I'm good well motivated man whose ego and ambition took tags of his professionalism and led them into some very directly move but I would put back chances pretty sight I think it's more likely that ... if you've been around to defend himself when the story came out ... we would have a totally different pictures of it probably say put yourself in his seat what would he said ... I think it say ... look I treated the patient so that from my ability I have I didn't get all of them well but most of my thought that they were a strategy that I agree but I hope in the movie Dr Cameron will not come off so well they are patient most of the people who is charged with your and it accurately shows that many of his patients inaccurately diagnosed as schizophrenic were permanently damaged by his methods I ... Julie even Cameron had doubts about his experiments he left the Alan in 1964 died of a heart attack 3 years later by then the hospital had quietly abandoned the experiment so I think people have nothing we had a ball talent they yeah I nobody knows for sure exactly how many people Dr Cameron and his colleagues exposed to the program of chemical electroshock treatment they called be patterning and psychic driving a process which some experts have since called by Barry but many years would pass before they would be any public or official acknowledgement of what those damage patients had been through it with a dramatic disclosure in the late seventies but the Allen memorial had been part of a Cold War program of brainwashing experiments paid for in part by the CI a hidden among its most sensitive files were CI a records documenting a project called MK ultra between 1957 and 1961 a CI a front funneled about 62 $0 U. S. for brainwashing research by Dr you in Cameron the American media got the story first if the state exposed the magnitude of the human tragedy experimental drugs including LSD were administered to human Guinea pig the patients were never told that their treatment was part of a CIA experiment I don't think we'll have gratitude none of those nations was Velma or let go of Winnipeg she'd been at the Allen in the late fifties for treatment of depression if you happen to be married to a member of parliament David or local of the NDP she'd considered doctor cameras and near Saint now she was being told she'd been betrayed by him it was an awful feeling to realize when I found this vote that the man who I thought cared about what happened to me don't get offended I was a fly why first she felt hurt then she got angry and decided to sue one of the most powerful institutions in the world the CIA can affect me she said she wanted to sue the CIA I said you're crazy out from the couple proximity from where it very soon CI a but she did along with 8 other former patients a massive lawsuit that would consume many years and become an obsession for distinguished American civil liberties lawyer named Joseph rau camera at all he did was what the CIA would in effect asking him to do and what he said he was gonna do any good row and the youngest named James Turner knew they were up against a formidable opponent in the CI a I thought the odds would be even a bit by help from a natural ally they were in great disappointment but we expected to have a very potent ally in the form of the Canadian government and unfortunately instead of helping their own citizens because the Canadian government was worried about if possible liability of the Mulroney government and the fact that the citizens in the back at every turn litigation Ottawa actually helps to press a key piece of information evidence that CI a officials at the U. S. embassy had actually apologized to the Canadian government and the CI a experiments were first revealed Jim Turner still flabbergasted you gotta understand how important these apologies and expressions of regret war this is an admission wasn't legally admissible in court because that is one of the parties litigation Saint I did something wrong and I'm sorry I did it that is crime a face she evidence of negligence and of wrongdoing because all wrong long way to bring the case to a a timely conclusion that of the protracted tenures litigation that we had and action Mister Moore ruining the movie underscores the impact of Ottawa's refusal to give the lawyers details of the CIA apology the lawyers eventually ups the ante on the fifth estate N. after tonight on the fifteenth date startling revelations about the activities of the CIA in Canada with a publicity wave gathering momentum and the strength of the victim's case becoming more apparent the CI a cave Dan the day before the trial was to begin they settled out of court for $750000 at the time it was the largest settlement the CIA had ever awarded and provides a dramatic finale for the movie because we've made the they couldn't beat out we've got I do Sir Bernard woman says besides the financial terms this was a major moral victory here you've got 9 little Canadian victims taking on probably the most powerful institution in America the CIA and give little Canadians they win big but the CIA federal and give them money and in effect an apology saying what we did is wrong the movie ends with the CI a settlement but the story didn't end there troubling questions would persist especially about the government of Canada so why was Ottawa so ambiguous when it came to helping to Canadian citizens get compensation from Washington but what they endured in a program that was inspired mostly by American Cold War fears well the answer was simple the government of Canada was even more deeply involved in the Allen memorial experiments then the American Dr Cameron's experiments were funded to the tune of 0.$5000000 by the federal department of health and welfare during the fifties and the funding didn't stop then they kicked them over 51 $0 after the CI a project ended in 1961 which was when a young stressed out mother named Linda macdonald became part of the Allen memorial story when she discovered that her own government had been funding brainwashing experiments on her she made a dramatic decision you decide to take on the government of Canada olsher well Hey considering what I'd already been through that was a nap you know well why not but to become obvious to present quickly that you were running your head into a brick wall I'm stubborn too it got to the point where every time whether it was John cause fear rat rain a tissue north bend the honorable Ken Campbell it got to be ... you guys were gonna work going to fail life I and I said that to Brian Mulroney too if you think I'm going away you've got another thing coming I'm not going to go away I finally discovered doesn't Linda macdonald would hound the federal government for more years before finally in 1992 Ottawa grudgingly agreed to compensate her and some of Dr Cameron's other victims $100000 each in exchange for signing away the right to sue the government or the hospital but it was an ambiguous victory Ottawa refused to acknowledge any wrongdoing at the Allen a conclusion backed up by a legal review of what happened there the report by a prominent Progressive Conservative lawyer rely partly on expert advice from doctor Fredric Grunberg one of Quebec's leading psychiatrists who made 2 controversial assertion that patient hadn't suffered irreparable harm and that they had consented to the treatment well when I went to bed ... the patient was admitted that ... the Allan memorial institute where patients who went in product so the sort of confronting PVA what because of good Darden I would hope of general conference ... to the hospital for the profession but was given proximity upon any of the procedure consent had nothing to do talk to Cameron did not describe the treatment he did not clarify he did not give any way shape or form any kind of a hit and probably going to have that's not consent and I don't even know whether you talk to me because I'll never remember anyway like doctor Grunberg shares a widely held view in his profession about the legacy of Dr you on camera I think you will be guided mind you worked on this whole debate cool electrical David and I think it was important ... completely but I am convinced still complains that the meaning of what they have to keep going with the but I think motivation button or go to great ... anymore condition we seem to be saying nothing that Cameron did were awful but he meant well so we'll forget and the and the victims or the patient will have to live with professional before giving everything this thing is over we we we we put someone going into perspective perspective of I'm a little off of all things by going on a lot of people are saying considering that accepted practice and the scientific level at the time this was an appropriate thing to do if you were it wasn't free but not if that's what you're suggesting here Watson treatment for anything not a toenail and or and I think that there would be no no any paid for by watching a frown but what I want it's been more than 33 years since the Allen put an end to the practice is initiated by its most notorious doctor it has recovered its world class reputation as a leader in the treatment of mental illness doctor Peter Roper was dismissed from the ALR 2 years after Dr Cameron left one of the reasons he insisted on following Dr Cameron's technique reviewer you strenuously couldn't could continue the D. patterning of your pace well I felt that I had a duty to my patients together the best possible treatment and I provide what farm that were not responding to any other form of treatment be anything left posted patent for them that I felt that it should be done you sound you sound almost nostalgic for the 50 but I thought the Faraday that's the question I think that we bought a lot of doctors but it's not a fad if that prevented by having that treatment because ... I noticed there political other reasons which have nothing to do with that medical practice her Linda macdonald good medical practice in 1963 turned an emotional crisis into a horror that would haunt a lifetime and they are you know Kyrie this spring she returned to the auto wah high school where she graduated in 1957 and a man are highland I crying we'll and all the people we all of these years but she has no memory of this place are those kind or even up he was yeah right now we new well you I ... who I my family tells me that I am very much the lender that thing when I was growing up gregarious always //
"2013-11-23 08:54:43"
FourFactsPWRPT
\\monarch the new Phoenix program political activists and whistle blowers are being attacked with electromagnetic weapons and used as human Guinea pigs in terminal experiments to force a suicide incarceration or death from the effects of non ionizing radiation for the purposes of this talk the names of the following weapons will be considered interchangeable the active denial system the electromagnetic weapons non lethal microwave weapon radio frequency radiation weapon victims of the current program I referred to as targeted individuals T. I political activists a person who was active in social change movement such as civil rights antiwar environmental or women's rights movement whistleblower person who's reporting criminal activity and powerful government agencies or corporation install army intelligence who who the active denial system shoots a beam of electromagnetic radiation in the 95 gigahertz range that heats the skin 230°F and feels like a red hot iron has been applied to the skin the a DS who is a pain amplifier engineered not to kill so the public will accept the new weapons no wave radars are see through Wall radars used by the military for house to house fighting normal building materials are completely transparent to mill wave radars well the human body composed mostly of water lights up with great definition the entire world has been turned into a fish bowl and the American people no longer have privacy even in their own homes for facts prove the case one public microwave weapons exists credible witnesses the 5 persons or it wasn't in on it army intelligence and our prior criminal grimly behavior all during the Cold War the prayer pattern of criminal behavior 3 programs what the Cold War department of defense used 0.5000000 US citizens have human experimental subjects in nuclear biological and chemical weapons development programs these crimes against humanity are known as the human Guinea pig experiments to Cold War era FBI made hit lists of political activists and organizations and waged a secret Dirty War on them co in chill pro or counter intelligence program 3 the CI a use Nazi scientists to learn how to control the human mind using drugs torture and hypnosis mine to control otro or MK ultra children were used just the experimental subjects to perfect this technology during the Holocaust in stone is currently perfecting electromagnetic weapons on human Guinea pigs human experimental subjects being used in their own homes and workplaces army intelligence is neutralizing potential enemies on a hit list political activists and whistle blowers by using them as the experimental subjects co Intel pro and the human Guinea pig experiments combine instead I'm is using electromagnetic weapons to cause physical and mental trauma trauma is the tool use to perfect behavior modification MK ultra it functions like leading a mouse through a maze shocking there on one side and then the other torture based behavior modification persons of interest our military intelligence officer alleged criminals innocent until proven guilty lieutenant colonel Michael Aquino general Keith B. Alexander lieutenant colonel Giambi Alexander general David look came first multiplication is the military strategy then unfolds all 3 historical government programs human Guinea pig experiments co Intel pro in MK ultra info did to gather with the new electromagnetic weapons development program to accomplish all 3 programs in one activists that were attacked in a traditional manner are now targeted with electromagnetic weapons often leaving no obvious injuries driving targeted individuals to suicide with electromagnetic weapons is plausibly deniable targeted individuals to retaliate or incarcerated were forcibly committed long term effects of non ionizing radiation or leukemia heart attack or similar cause of death is recorded as natural causes murder by heart attack or stroke or cancer is plausibly deniable the perfect crime this is a case based on for facts to avoid confusion disinformation and circular arguments that lead nowhere MK ultra engaged over 80 institutions in the current program monarch is equally complex for war facts or all that's necessary to convince a reasonable person that this atrocity is taking place the name monarch is the author's choice the real name it's unknown for fax one electromagnetic weapons like the active denial system and Miller wave radars are public microwave weapons the Russians used electromagnetic weapons to attack the US embassy in Moscow in the 19 fifties in response US began a secret crash program to develop microwave weapons capabilities to a criminal history 0.5000000 US citizens used as Guinea pigs and nuclear biological and chemical weapons development programs co Intel pro hit list of political activists and MK ultra behavior modification experiments using drugs torture and hypnosis these programs escape detection for decades and no perpetrators were ever punish 3 credible witnesses have testified that they are targets of electromagnetic weapons attacks and organized stalking the author has interviewed over 200 targets in person most of political activists for whistle blowers approximately 40 years old with a high IQ and other common factors the targets fit a corpsman profile for persons of interest people who have developed electromagnetic weapons for army intelligence since 1980 they've expressed interest in using these weapons on civilians to quote neuter them unquote they've moved the classified military weapons from the department of defense to the department of justice and into the hands of local law enforcement some of these personalities have taken part in a smoke screen cover up lieutenant colonel John B. Alexander has been in charge of developing nonlethal microwave weapons for the army since 1980 he has worked at Los Alamos National Laboratory where the atomic bomb was invented in secret lieutenant colonel Alexander has a doctorate and then a tallit Jeannie this study of death he is quite literally doctor death or fax the case reduce to a minimum with the threshold of a civil trial the evidence is used to convince a reasonable person not beyond a reasonable doubt but 51 percent probability there's more evidence free online in books and films government documents military science papers the nonlethal scientists the scientific papers their patents their careers authoritative magazine and newspaper articles and the testimony of experts and witnesses once again the case is based on for facts public microwave weapons exist there's a prior pattern of criminal behavior credible witnesses have testified in persons of interest in military intelligence the Russians attacked the US embassy in Moscow with electromagnetic weapons in the 1950 the US began a secret crash program to develop electromagnetic weapons capabilities today the active denial system and Miller wave radars are public weapons but where are the electromagnetic weapons that kill the United States has developed lethal electromagnetic weapons but is kept them secret if the American people saw human beings he ruled by heart attack were cancer they might object to these microwave weapons it is immoral and dangerous logical arguments if the US had a secret weapon that could kill anyone anywhere and leave no physical evidence and only a select few knew that these weapons existed wouldn't they be tempted to use the weapons for their own selfish purposes the power to kill anyone anywhere is an absolute power corrupts absolutely throughout history when men have had that absolute power other over other men without consequences then torture and mass murder were the rule of the day if the department of defense has a long history of criminal behavior targeting political activists and the current targets are political activists you testified that they are being attacked with weapons similar to the active denial system why shouldn't army intelligence be investigated Cold War department of defense use 0.5000000 US citizens as Guinea pigs in nuclear biological and chemical weapons experiments electromagnetic weapons are the latest and greatest weapons coming out of the government weapons lab do you think they would stop this behavior at the end of the Cold War and of a certain newfound sense of morality if they could continue without the risk of getting caught wouldn't they be tempted thinking abstractly if the killer has tortured and or murdered 0.5000000 people and he got away with it and then you gave him an electro magnetic weapon that can kill anyone anywhere without the risk of getting caught what do you think he would do would he just stop I have a new found sense of morality the Russians attacking US embassy in Moscow in the 19 fifties with electromagnetic weapons and it was kept secret until the 19 seventies if the Russians could get away with using microwave weapons against the United States what chance with a single individual have against this kind of state sponsored high tech terrorism the Russians for decades have had radio frequency radiation weapons they can kill bill goats at the range of half a mile where the Russians the only one smart enough to invent electromagnetic weapons innocent people are being attacked with these weapons in their homes they're living a nightmare that you cannot imagine the weapons employ a D. Korean deception strategy making it nearly impossible to tell who is attacking you and exactly how the attack is being accomplished if these classified electromagnetic weapons were public you might believe the victims as it stands now they have no chance persons of interest in charge of electromagnetic weapons development for the army since 1980 persons who have worked at Los Alamos where the atomic bomb was invented so secret they've expressed interest in MK ultra in admiration an interest in using these weapons to modify behavior and quote neuter people unquote they fabricated using the weapons to attack civilians in their own homes and there have been instrumental in moving the classified military anti personnel weapons from the department of defense to the department of justice and into the hands of local law enforcement these individuals or psychological warfare experts with over 45 years counter insurgency warfare experience army intelligence sounds super powers online saying if in effect if you give us your credit card for $3000 we will teach you the secrets of remote viewing remote viewing it is D. E. theoretical ability to see on the other side of the world and to spy on the Russians in their underground bases for instance were to find their submarines hidden on the bottom of the ocean these kinds of it too activities or remote viewing should we both believe the army intelligence officers or should we be skeptical and look more closely at what is going on army intelligence officers and government physicists who invent nonlethal microwave weapons technology ... in charge of these government department of defense weapons programs and they are also promoting remote viewing remote viewing does not go together with the department of defense weapons development program it does go together however with the strategy of the big lie first used on D. day army intelligence use the big lie to create a fake army around general Patton including fake radio traffic inflatable tanks inflatable plot planes and landing craft the Nazis we're so fooled that even weeks after the invasion of Normandy the officers were still holding the Panzer tank divisions in reserve waiting for the real invasion to take place at Calais the big do the big lie is misdirection on a mass scale it effectively work perfectly to screen the invasion of 8000 ships and hundreds of thousands of men is the remote viewing hoax the next big lie it's important to understand who we're dealing with J. Edgar Hoover ran the FBI he had files on politicians about their sex lives in their high crimes and misdemeanors Hoover personally rip doctor Martin Luther king a blackmail letter in an attempt to force king to commit suicide Hoover ran the FBI for 50 years and died in office this was unprecedented for one man to control such a powerful government agency for so long this is the power that we confront today men too powerful to default defiant or anyone even a congressman or president might be politically destroyed or otherwise the power to kill human beings in a manner that looks like a natural cause of death is the ability to get away with murder that is what we are faced with the ability to kill anyone with plausible deniability if overhead had electromagnetic weapons he would've used them on doctor Martin Luther king you would've read one day that king had died suddenly of a heart attack or cancer or even suicide doctor king's movement would've stand out and died out before it had gained sufficient momentum within society to succeed reporters have independently corroborated what is being stated here specifically joint special operations command J. sock has a secret weapon revolutionary breakthrough in electronic warfare that went through ever transform how war is waged a secret weapon that can track and kill anyone in their area of operations day or night in any weather she saw has a death squad with a hit list carrying out a spate assassinations outside of the command of civilian or military oversight these charges or the same charges made by the political activists and whistle blowers they are being attacked by classified military weapons similar to the active denial system electromagnetic weapons or cold revolution in military affairs are in a this is a military science term examples of and are in a or the invention of gunpowder in the invention of nuclear weapons the invention of gunpowder meant that all other weapons were certainly obsolete in a few 0 men armed with cannon and firearm could take over entire nations and turn existing political economic and social order upside down if the Nazis had invented nuclear weapons in 1940 with 100 atomic bombs they could have taken over the entire world in created a fascist state world government today battlefield weapons are primarily shells and missiles the travel at approximately 3000 miles per hour barometric magnetic weapons and lasers travel at the speed of light 186000 miles per second and have publicly demonstrated the ability to destroy shells and missiles in flight history repeats itself to understand monarch one must understand 2 earlier programs by the F. B. I. in the CI a current Intel pro in M. K. ultra current chair pro target of the civil rights antiwar environmental and even the women's movement the theory of counter insurgency warfare dictates that infiltration and psychological operations be carried out against dissidents and dissident groups in normal times before any mass movement can develop this means in practice but a secret war must be waged upon civil society namely the people who were trying to create a better world the favorite tactic of the FBI use the snitch jacket we're suspicion of being an informant is used against legitimate leaders in practice an FBI undercover agent would join doctor king's inner circle and he would use stress documentary evidence to make it appear that doctor king was himself an FBI informant the group would break apart from within from outside the F. B. I. would routinely pressured landlords are targets to a victim and they would visit and pressure employers to fire the targets going to improve with silent in the late 19 seventies and we started again in the 19 eighties MK ultra Dr Sidney Gottlieb ran MK ultra for the CI a he use Nazi scientists and their state of the art mind control technology perfect in the concentration camp the Nazis had used drugs torture in hypnosis to break the mind in order to control it MK ultra instigated trauma on the subject at 3 years old too because the personality to split or disassociate in order to shield the mind from the memory of painful events that bright very well destroy the mind itself this partitioning functions much like the partitioning of a computer hard drive the 3 faces of eve is the true story of multiple personality disorder accidentally created by childhood abuse trauma causes the dissociation MK ultra works best when there were trauma is repeated around 6 years of age later the subjects IQ tests can be measure to determine if the child can be trained in espionage later the subjects can be hypnotized and used for operations and afterwards have no memory both events and be consciously aware only of the sins of lost time a person under hypnosis is like a sleepwalker who remembers nothing the department of defense has developed electromagnetic weapons that interact with the human system central nervous system without electrodes they're going back and retroactively classified many scientific papers however there are still hundreds of public Patton's for electromagnetic weapons that both interact with and attack the human central nervous system the private sector is reinventing the wheel technology primarily is being developed for the disabled and for gamers Toyota makes a wheel chair there can be controlled by paraplegics with mental commands the motive to kill loyal political opposition stems from the view of dissent against the Vietnam War as treason this philosophy is stated very clearly in the mind were paper written by lieutenant colonel Michael Aquino the claim of sabotage by domestic political enemies as a reason for losing the Vietnam War was once a borderline view but has become the pre near narrative of the neo con this is the exact same claim made by the German army after World War one German military officers and conservatives began to blame Jews socialists and communists who unquote stab them in the back on the home front on quote army intelligence is charging their political opponents with treason and using this as an excuse to assassinate in World War 2 the US army created the military intelligence division did M. I. D. it was a very small first officials by force attached to the US military it used a force multiplier Colby a P. L. the American protectively consisting of 250000 vigilante ease our vigil anti army used to croak keep watch on suspicious activities and to suppress antiwar resistance the vigilante leaders were made official officers in the end my D. in an attempt to control the worst of the illegal activity by the vigilante army T. I. victims or victims of organized stalking other terms or gang stalking mobbing street theater gas lighting TI's or victims of a smear campaign designed to drive out undesirable elements out of the community systematically uses low level attacks against the targets cursing them in public everywhere they go back end block techniques inverting the personal space forcing arguments starting physical fights forcing car wrecks vandalism and breaking blasting sound attacks constantly a symphony of 10 or 20 attacks a day but artificially pegs the stress level at the target wouldn't unsustainable level TI is unable to sleep this technique might be termed the death of 1000 cuts the term mobbing was used by the KKK to describe their activities that drove their enemies town to town these tactics sound very much like the biscuit campaign of psychological operation designed by a doctor a psychologist and then interrogation specialist target the interrogation suspects cultural and personality weaknesses individually designed a campaign of psychological operation biscuit teams use many stress factors piled one over on top of the other used over time such as isolation temperatures stress such as extreme cold or hot forced stress position constant light or dark sleep and sensory deprivation found a tax sexual humiliation threats of violence owners and other non conventional means slowly break down the human mind without using traditional torture the Russians in 1960 began to force their political dissidents into a mental institution and forced them to take powerful drugs to destroy them previously I communist enemies had imprisoned tortured and assassinated execute their dissidents at will however by 1960 public opinion in the world was to important for them to ignore therefore they began to use different techniques are US army study in 1972 is nearly 200 pages long entitled controlled offices behavior USSR it studies the torture techniques of a communist enemies including isolation temperature white sound sleep in sensory deprivation threats of violence microwave weapons and other techniques to break down mines and purposely create psychiatric cases it is clear from examining current practice that the United States has adopted our communist enemies techniques this is 1960 era electromagnetic weapons a lighter ally de Anne the T. ours will be called crazy this is happened to the human Guinea pigs previously often co Intel pro and MK ultra make targeted individuals look crazy as a specific method keeping these illegal programs a secret the human radiation experiments were subset of the human Guinea pig experiments this is one man's story it out out of 0.5000000 in 1947 Mister Elmer Allen was injected with plutonium the left leg in a San Francisco hospital the next day his leg was amputated he told a friend and his family doctor back home in Italy Texas we thought he might have been used as a human Guinea pig his best friend of William afterwards ins family doctor classified him as a paranoid schizophrenic in his medical records Mr Allen's family did not find out the truth in 2 years after he had died in 1995 do US government held hearings but no 1 was punished the hearings functioned as a whitewash cool and chill bro use the strategy of depicting the targeted individual as paranoid when they claimed that the government was following them harassing them and systematically sabotaging and destroying their lives political activists Abby Hoffman said that he was being targeted but no one believed him not to press not as friends not his family eventually friends of Hoffman broke into the FBI offices and strong government documents that prove that the FBI was spending approximately half of its time owned co Intel pro MK ultra survivors still live in the shadows today and you even if they tell a doctor they were drugged tortured in government labs to induce multiple personality disorder you know you can be sure that they will be permanently classified as paranoid schizophrenics in their medical records this blow back functions to keep the worst of MK ultra secret even today targeted individuals will be smeared S. tin foil hat and mass hysteria because all the previous victims all the other illegal government programs have systematically suffered the same fate to say that this cannot happen here or was that something like this this big cannot be kept quiet is patently untrue the department of defense ran these illegal government programs click the off the public radar for more than 50 years the MK ultra hearings were only the tip of the iceberg and if the truth came out CIA would never recover ... type proof is impossible to get under the circumstances and can only be procured by breaking into fort Meade army intelligence headquarters in stealing government documents even this may not work political activists storable Corinto profiles but no one went to jail co Intel pro with dark for a few years then began again in the early 19 eighties airtight proof is unreasonable and impossible under the circumstances a civil trial proving 50 percent probability proving what a reasonable person would logically conclude given the facts this is a solid case these weapons are proven to exist there was a prior pattern of the same criminality credible witnesses have testified and persons of interest to develop electromagnetic weapons written about how to use the weapons advocated using the weapons given the weapons to the police and participated in a smoke screen cover up it's clear that a new strategy is necessary a special prosecutor you can question will commission and the truth and reconciliation commission it may be electromagnetic weapons are too powerful for our 800 year old legal system to deal with military force may be the only answer if so the author recommends this the 700 and fourth military intelligence brigade be disarmed using all necessary force in the aftermath it is the author's desire to advocate for the 4 goals in order to heal the damage done to our nation in the world and to ensure that these crimes will never happen again one in the secret Dirty War to domestic political reform 3 end the nuclear arms race for a scientific and humanitarian initiative a new Marshall Plan designed to displace militarism as the driving social and economic force in the world today please join us but Marshall Plan pack .org //
"2013-11-23 08:51:54"
mindcontrol1B
\\are Britain njima life cannot be controlled by someone else who perform acts against the will of the individual she thought the rain through the forest yes ma'am control of the human beings such as the Manchurian candidate possible we are not professing to go to the complete story of these activities we are progressing to tell you the complete story that we know are but these records that we run and operated don't tell the story itself because of the a story that has been stolen bits and pieces over the last few years this is an attempt to pull most of it together you know we don't have the full story we do however have some striking new revelations the story of a concerted Serb I several United perfect mind trolls 3 at the height of the Cold War president Eisenhower appointed Allen Dulles to be head of the CI a but first peacetime intelligence agency and state's history does it had during our says days the search will mind control continued as this 1952 CI a document shows they aim at that time was controlling an individual to the point where he will do our bidding against his will and even against such fundamental laws of nature as self preservation it was a discovery here in Basel Switzerland on those laboratories like doctor Albert Hofmann its agencies of America I believe that they have found a panacea there discovery was like surgical one of the first times that anybody ever run into a powerful drug there was a difference say anything else that they knew anything about John getting her recently retired chief psychologist for the CI a this is the first time getting her has been interviewed publicly mmhm ntas that is in effect disabled city but putting a very small amount of water supply the it would not be long before the CI a and other intelligence agencies discovered that LSD was not only powerful public date Paris but the official who worked on the still no recorded to ABC Seldon John marks be read by someone else in corroborated by ABC impotent Giles was up into one coworker one LSD was put into his car Washington office LST Golden Iran's of it was very I good news I believe so get away from he reported after which they every automobile 18 why was it Vermont to get him it was a real hardship for it was hours of agony it was like a dream that never stopped some adjacent it was awfully hard to persuade for his friend I think I he was alone in the world and everyone was full blown Terry the CIA's interest in LSD wasn't Lori was that the Russians and hold for the Soviets and to illustrate 5 do you have to say though I'm sure they were that U. S. needs through it fires I've never can you direct as but at 1.intelligence information received from Switzerland said that sun those laboratories was about to put 100000000 doses of LSD on the open market and it caused enough concern within the agency of the United States was prepared to buy the entire supply Webber a slight mistake had been made I just a new CIA. that there were no such I'm large quantities of LSD on the market author John marks this file numerous freedom of information suits against the CI a and as onerous much new material in this field is the author of the forthcoming book the search for the Manchurian candidate a history of all SS and C. I. A. work with mind control he is also a consultant for this report what happened is that there was a military attache in Switzerland an American officer that milligrams and kilograms mixed up in other words he made a mistake of thinking 11 thousandth of a gram was the same as 1000 grams which is in the state of 1000000 times so when the CIA got intelligence that there were 100000000 doses on the market in fact there were hundreds of the man who would oversee the CIA's research into drugs and most of the agencies behavior programs is in this land Dr Sidney Gottlieb the chemist and inventor Dr Gottlieb declined ABC news request for an interview I recently received a document from the CIA which describe Dr Gottlieb euro incurring LST overseas during the early 1950 to slip through a foreign political leader just before he was supposed to give a speech the hope was that the man would discredit himself confirms pop as followers Dr Gottlieb continued to personally carry drugs overseas with the CIA ordering fifties and early sixties in their never ending search all American weapons CI a operatives would search here in the remote mountain areas of southern Mexico one up to then had been considered a myth magic mushrooms who they would use this man a part time chemist for the CI a to do list man a vice president of a bank and an amateur mycologist store mushroom expert to try to get to the magic mushrooms and turn them into a drug they didn't know about it but it would be be amateur are Gordon Wasson and his colleagues would win the race naked less it would be awesome would discover the magic mushrooms were no met we went into the massive practice area far from this the highways we moved from Mexico City where we found that rotten by gas as it's called by god so covered with you rooms these mushrooms I didn't know that never has and never seen they were sacred mushrooms Paulson would also discovering record the ancient mystical rites of mushrooms from a local shaman or magical precision in Mario para para I'm or ... there we found her and alone in well so they were right they went into action but in the sense filling 9 uhhuh about a year something that of asking them Russian we were to ideas have been there besides that focus into hunting and then she began MC sang for 4:00 hours some of them does saying she had from he I ... and they would go slowly a little fast he says I or did he he ... all your also rented a saying that he's version I use a nation that doesn't that begins our story they have use nations only part of it you hear some his snout previously you know and the new ones in that night was filling so this was the first known mushroom trip by outsiders listens offers known trips as I have striders first known trip 19 there's nothing in any record word of Watson's discovery reach the sea I ate quickly and Dr James Moore a chemist at the university of Delaware and secretly a full service agent for the CI a was a specialist in preparing deadly chemicals on short notice will be agency more was instructed to contact Lawson a debate to accompany him on another trip to Mexico to get the magic mushrooms for his agency documents show the CI a fault it's quite possible that a drug derived from the mushrooms would remain an agency secret policy for worldly looking for the magic mushrooms I think the best answer to that is that they were looking for fundamental information new information as fast as that detaining of it they want it is rapidly became available on compounds of work //
"2013-11-23 08:42:57"
CNN EMW war
\\imagine the implications of all weapons with no visible trace a weapon that could knock out pain ships and planes as fast as the speed of light the same technology with modifications put disorient even print belied military personnel rendering them virtually helpless in the battle zone these other new weapons of war we will examine in this series for the past 4 years the world has been riveted by the threat of nuclear war and more recently by the prospect of lasers and other but while both sides of the Geneva summit will be focusing progress is being weapons any arm relatively few lightning is the most form of energy to be found in nature scientists have the creating limited types of artificial lightning and some think that these could be the forerunners of a new type of directed energy weapons part of a family of weapons which operate within the radio frequency segment of the electromagnetic spectrum and are thus referred to as radio frequency weapon doctor James Frazier had research electromagnetic effects for the airforce for over 10 years and he like a small but growing number of weapons experts feel that radio frequency or R. F. weapons could be the wildcard in the ongoing arms race you could have tremendous amounts radiated power and ... and what you did with that power them as a matter of engineering design what what year goal Robert bad the businessmen PhD in mathematics is working on U. S. weapons research he says that the Soviets seem to be ahead in a number of areas and especially in our F. weapons we are behind ... the Soviet Union in directed energy weapons based on 60 gigahertz microwave beings doctor bass and others feel most likely former Soviet R. F. weaponry would be high powered microwave similar to a focus ultrahigh intensity radar beam it would literally because humans the knockout computers and electronic surveillance and communications gear and operational Arab weapon relatively cheap and reusable could devastate sophisticated and expensive war machinery the $20000000 F. 6 fighter for a it's totally controlled through electronic sensors and computers with no manual flight controls plane would literally fell out of the sky after being hit with a high intensity pulse of microwave radiation scientists say that microwaves and other types of our impulses operating at specific frequencies or windows can be transmitted with little or no loss of power machines known as Gyrich Franz can produce the massive pulses needed to drive these devices and it's believe that the Soviet Union had the 3 to 5 year lead in the technology over the past years C. N. N. has repeatedly at the department of defense and the airport about radio frequency weapon after much resistance DOD finally said that the subject was too sensitive to discuss in my next report unexplained cloud like phenomena which may be evidence of a Soviet breakthrough and R. F. technology Chuck de Caro CNN special assignment from movie about a device which electronically injected bought into the human mind in listening to my old machine executive a grain of find this through an electrode head set the sight of men find themselves experiencing the possible while Brooke ride but even in this futuristic Hollywood failed the subject's still had to be connected to the machine by an electrode headset it's remarkable but not as remarkable as a real life experiment where I was the subject of a prototype device designed to project images into the mind without electrodes the prototype machine developed from Soviet scientific data could according to some scientists have a profound effect is a weapon of war city electronic mind control research is not new a scientific milestone in this area came in the 19 sixties when doctor Jose Delgado demonstrated remote control over a charging bull by connecting a radio antenna to electrodes inserted into the bowl brain Delgado prove that the animal aggressive impulses could be afforded by electronically manipulating the bulls muscle reflexes do you realize the fantastic possibilities if on the other side we could notify the inside could we get message just inside but the beauty is that now we are not using electrodes in recent years Delgado has shown that the behavior of monkeys can be altered using low power pulsating magnetic fields but in these experiments there were no antenna implant any function in the brain emotions intellect personality both could be perhaps more if I buy this note in the basic that emerging Delgado's researchers so far been limited to animals but in the Soviet Union a radio frequency or R. F. device has been used for over 30 years to manipulate the moods of mental patients it's called a lighter machine it radiates pulses of radio frequency energy as well as the light sound MP the pulse rate is in the extremely low frequency range between 0 and 100 pulses per second doctor Ross AT is unharmed researcher at the veterans administration hospital in Loma Linda California he has been investigating the effects of the line a machine how what the Soviets used to somehow import more and then accused anymore we should be very clear that this is the in which he hadn't thought of them as as that is somewhat obsolete technologically this scientist who did not want his identity revealed is employed by the U. S. government and has done secret R. F. weapons research he believes that test done with a lighter and similar machines prove that humans are susceptible to remote alterations of mood and awareness certain kinds of weak electromagnetic signals work exactly like drugs so the promise is that anything you can do with drugs you could do with the right electromagnetic signals apparently there's specific sites involved specific functions involved so matter of matching up just like it is with a pill or a drug to cause and effect you could have a cause and effect relationship between a magnetic field and a biological function C. N. N. enlisted the help of noted physicist doctor Elizabeth Roger an electrical engineer bills and fight to build and test an RF minute appearance machine from data found in Soviet scientific literature the machine //
"2013-11-23 08:40:42"
BBC America
\\this is barbarism on all screens would indicate that every conceivable way of waging war has been tried disastrous effect it innovations more fat continue to gobble up resources the latest thinking in the United States is to develop a way of gaining superiority of your enemy without being convenience killing to donate and feel good about yourself at the same time David Chapman have have exclusive access Pentagon were set continue normally for ways to implement plans inhumanity to man I think no the it I who Vania online should the illogical operations train jarriel's yeah when the enemy be equipped it is highly cast we were only allowed to get plain if you phrase of the crew is fire electro bullets and in the country fearful of causing casualties this may be the precedent for a new military doctrine the idea of influencing a conflict without resolving the firepower represents what many see as a revolution in warfare after the close of American military might in the Gulf president Clinton now faces schools from many in the military particularly new generation of weapons little musical that could impose America's will without killing people most of the research into this is going on in great secrecy 2000 miles away Los Alamos in New Mexico in the booth place of the nuclear ball power most of the research into a stall workspace shield current system love the benefit weapon true relevant to the demands currently being made on the military we are at the song they tried to turn the lasers and other devices designed to shoot down Soviet missiles into weapons with the potent button only cool role in peacekeeping foreign confrontations that stop short of war we understand the political ... implications of economic sanctions and and waiting around and we understand war ... what we're offering here are some options in between we have a almost a problem in some areas are having too much power so you'd be perceived a potentially was using a sledgehammer to kill flies and you need a new situations the ability to respond your national interest or national values are threatened and to do it in a way that ... you know how you win that battle becomes important and in many of the situations ... you want population in the family when you come out of it quite frankly killing them does not do that Los Alamos would say how much money is being spent all non lethal weapons mole when they'll be ready but their advanced enough the detailed briefings to be given to defense officials including the chief scientist of the British ministry of defense 3 weeks ago the BBC has obtained the briefing document given to the military on the secret research at Los Alamos one project involves high powered microwave carried on missiles which run and destroying a target would instead demobilize all its electronic equipment another plan involves super acids dropped in caps tools in the park the convoys when released the acids would melt tyres strangest of all though is the plan for acoustic generators will noise weapons which would hurt soldiers without killing them we've done according to one document third that files many people might wonder if your untimely serious about some of these technologies the bugs that he plastic in weapons or the chemical substances used spray on roads to make into slipping all too sticky or even the sound weapons that disturb the enemy's bones even Connie serious about I'm not sure the ideas are categorized VR at all I think this way we're gonna be driven because some of the requirements a national security in the future many in the military realized that training //
"2013-11-23 08:36:54"
ABC NEWS closeup
\\Arab ... you men lie every controlled by someone else to perform acts against the will of the individual but the rain through the forest yes ma'am control of the human beings such as the Manchurian cat we are not processing don't go you the complete story of these activities we are professing to tell you the complete story that we now are but these records that we have on our way to don't tell the story take out because of it this is a story that has been told in bits and pieces over the last few years this is an attempt to pull most of it together we know we don't have the full story we do however have some striking new revelations and insights it is a story of a concerted search by several United States intelligence agencies to perfect mind control in 1953 at the height of the Cold War president Eisenhower appointed Allen Dulles to be head of the CI a the first peacetime intelligence agency in United States history as it had during the oversized days the search for mind control continued as this 1952 CI a document shows they aim at that time was controlling an individual to the point where he will do our bidding against his will and even against such fundamental laws of nature as self preservation but it was a discovery here in Basel Switzerland at some those laboratories my doctor Albert Hofmann Ndola the intelligence agencies of America to believe that they have found the panacea Alice for that biting irony to powerful drug that was different say anything else as they know anything about John getting her recently retired chief psychologist for the CI a this is the first time getting her has been interviewed publicly mmhm NDA is in effect disabled city by putting a very small amount of water supply the it would not be long before the CI a and other intelligence agencies covered that LSD was not only powerful chel who worked on the film to record to ABC Seldon John marks the red but someone else corroborated by ABC about Giles what happens one coworker one LSD was put into it because Washington LST Golden Iran's of so it's very short of knew it at influence of heather and I got away from he reported afterwards that every automobile Akeem why was it herbal monster via him per it was a real hardship for it was hours of agony was like a dream that never stop someone chasing the it was also hard to persuade burns was friends I he was alone in the world and everyone was full blown para see I is interesting LSD wasn't Lori was that the Russians would get hold of for the Soviets and to illustrate I do have to say you know I'm sure there were if you ask me to prove it by and I've never and the director does at 1.intelligence information received from Switzerland said that Sandoz laboratories was about to put 100000000 doses of LSD on the open market and it caused enough concern within the agency of the United States was prepared to buy the entire supply Oliver a slight mistake had been made I just a new CIA. that there were no such and large quantities of LSD on the market author John Marxist file numerous freedom of information suits against the CI a and as on earth much new material in this field is the author of the forthcoming book the search for the Manchurian candidate a history of our SS and C. I. A. work with mind control he is also a consultant for this report what happened is that there was a military attache in Switzerland an American officer that milligrams 10 kilograms mixed up in other words he made a mistake of thinking 11 thousandth of a gram was the same as 1000 grams which is in the state of 1000000 times so when the CIA got intelligence that there were 100000000 doses on the market in fact there were 100 hours the man who would oversee the CIA's research into drugs and most of the agencies behavior programs businessman doctor Sidney Gottlieb a chemist under Dr Gottlieb declined ABC news request for an interview I recently received a document from the CIA which describes Dr Gottlieb role in caring LSD overseas during the early 1950 to slip through foreign political leader just before he was supposed to give a speech the hope was that the man would discredit himself in front of this part of his followers Dr Gottlieb continued to personally carry drugs overseas with the CIA ordering fifties and early sixties in their never ending search for America weapons CI a operatives would search here in the remote mountain areas of southern Mexico what up to then had been considered a myth magic mushrooms who they would use this man a part time chemist for the CI a to do this man a vice president of a bank and an amateur mycologist store mushroom expert to try to get to the magic mushrooms and turn them into a drug they didn't know about it but it would be the amateur R. Gordon Wasson and his colleagues who would win the race naked let it would be awesome would discover the magic mushrooms were no met we went into the massive tech area far from the highway we moved from Mexico City where we found that rotten by gas as it's called by god so covered with you rooms these mushrooms I didn't know it never has and never seen they were sacred mushrooms Lawson would also discovering record the ancient mystical rites of mushrooms from the local shaman or magical priestess in Maria's our dorm I'm only and uhhuh where at least share and alone in well a race where right that they went into action but in the city filling 9 mmhm you might hear something that they we were to yes I've been there besides when she broke into hunting and then she turned sang for 4:00 hours mmhm for windows and she and I have a motion leann I ... being in Amy was ghost or only a little faster he as I already we or are your Mister render that saying that I used version and I'm your summation that doesn't begin to tell the story they have use nations only part of it you hear some the smell of things really I mean the that night was telling this was the first known mushroom trip by outsiders US upon first known trip aside outsiders first known trip 19 there's nothing in any record word of blossoms discovery reach the CIA quickly and Dr James Moore a chemist at the university of Delaware and secretly a full service agent for the CI a was a specialist in preparing deadly chemicals on short notice with the agency more was instructed to contact Watson a debate to accompany him on another trip to Mexico to get the magic mushrooms for his agency documents show the CI a fault it's quite possible that a drug derived from the mushrooms would remain on agency secret other the world is looking for the magic mushrooms I think the best answer to that is that they were looking for fundamental information new information as fast as it became a beta they wanted as rapidly as it became available on compound server group would be capable of causing is changes and then behavior changes in mental attitude but the CIA would be beaten to the punch on developing the magic mushrooms by Sandoz laboratories from the mushrooms they derived suicide that by the time I was in a position to do anything doctor Albert Hofmann in Switzerland had isolated the principal identified it and synthesizers remarkably and exploit achievement did you ever consider what would have happened if any of these substances were given to say unwitting people no I don't remember having considered that specifically hiring what if you that I thrive trust perhaps you've thought about it but I so I haven't worried about it alright I you at what you're pressing down but good I've thought had I known that let him be any of these substances reported then given to unwitting persons Nena a a hospital agent another move another government you know I'm going to ask was probably not even letting that does that you know them American citizen NPI ... the deaf I must seem very very cold blooded about this but I don't recall ever having been very much we're occupied with that with that issue decision was made at the highest levels of the CI a to do testing on unwitting Americans as one CI a document says such testing would be operationally realistic testing given what advance warning was pro forma at best that resulted in a false sense of accomplishment a former CIA official who worked on these programs describes for the first time how the decision was made every last one of us felt sorry to attempt this kind of thing we knew we were crossing the line everything it knows you should deal but he does it sometimes we knew damn well we didn't want anyone else to what we were doing Jim was made unwitting victim who would they be are a who it was just because they were most it was the borderline underworld another small timers Carlos kind of revenge because they're pretty and in a decade earlier I a would turn George white now a high ranking stories about George white were legendary there was over to George ... Leo Jones of whites who installed bugging equipment for him and there was George of standing in front of a full length mirror but baby derringer including yours carry his second gun which he had loaded with blacks slugs and was sitting there puny arms reflection in the mirror aboriginal ball for himself heavy drinker I love to drink life that would martinis incident with my team needs most of the time we change who strayed lifting but later on he graduated to get some I think any system that leaves the other half frequently gal number against the day that's a good director that's a good drink didn't hold his liquor very well very well do anything you'd ever tell by George you thinking that his please speak became a slightly slurred high when he drank one the court Teledyne the way they can know what he was doing in the south so the way this though you might not be in this year and judge what was busy talking with me pay no attention to win the so the waves have to on the show the soliciting them I hope you were Misha you enjoyed playing around with this guy now struck in the guy's face like this was crowned the Brzeska I could look and the tables from Paris has nduja white did not mind bending the law and he knew the street well that he was the ideal choice for what the CI a had mine well I ... NTU Ivy League white when I eat totally naive about this and the experts because he knew the forest attempts who brought in the drug NTSA so called safe houses with the CI a in New York here in Greenwich Village and later in the so tell me older and in an apartment telegraph hill with a view of San Francisco Bay I think a former CIA official who worked in the safe houses reveals that they were used not only for drug testing but to study sexual behavior and how it could be used to manipulate people we did quite a study of prostitutes in their behavior how do you take a woman who's willing to use her body to get money out of a guy to get him to talk about things which were much more important like state secrets to do is we're going to there is a hell of a shock to boost to the ego most of the time you get pretty vulnerable really gonna talk 6 he starts talking about his business characters that time she can lead him gently but you have to train prostitutes to do that learned a lot about human nature in the bedroom it wasn't what we had just bought you know the missionary position I started to pick up knowledge that could be used in operation would be victim as in all of this what is the agency knew they couldn't quite some entries from George white's diary all over you know who reads its horrors Janet sky high a former CIA official describes how he slipped Ellis deeds will be girls in a San Francisco bar has recreated here took an ordinary book cheers and applause file that contains a duo leaned over her drink with a man although at the moment he struck it discrete the pack that's where the 2 liquid and the sound of the match striking him the sound of the liquid hitting your drink it did get to work it did affect she talked about being a little bit nervous she said she didn't know what the matter was with her knock around if you did later I didn't know even the there would be no way of getting our medical help perhaps during all of these tests that was really if ever medical so it has one age memo says we have no answer to the moral question I think I'm gonna still another region sources we were scared a drug not on ourselves go for I we're not the only to ians of dollars would LSD research at universities throughout the Edward would begin so called my I'm glowing drug suddenly I was looking a culture of the sixties or leann I Nnamdi is that it was a sort of elitist Andreas foremost authorities on LSD because things broadens enormous and the Harvard group well anyway about Appleseed of LSD yeah I a funded ported and but I encourage hundreds of young succumb Ernest within fallout from that was that the young psychologist if you can Dallas discovering that it was an intelligence strangely Darien the counter cases that would make in relationship that isn't remember that the people who were doing the research for people who would be doing in the freezer regardless son who ... was a sponsor I don't really but the more people the CI a helped in LSD research that more people would be turned on we all know that some of the studies in which the CIA has supported used as subjects people who later became strong proselytize Isabella sees that we know in that sense yes I think it's that didn't sustain the the ... infatuation out of the of the use of the drug and it's rather ironic isn't it I just I don't think anybody working in them that died in the remotest ever thought that it would blow up into the kind of thing the details there are other I it it really history will judge the role of the CIA and other and season unwittingly forgetting sure the sex with their intense dressed in LSD and now the revolution in the moment at least the argument can I made that the CI a hope sure in where is but W. spent re such as we are in this for port can get some the so called glamour and mystery of SP lose sight all because what as with all means and terms of the individual human that would be that would be long lasting and hot a look back best known cases that of this man Frank Olson a chemist employed by the army chemical corps who in 1953 was slipped LST unknowingly at a meeting with CI a officials shortly after that Olson went into severe depression he ended his life at this New York hotel by diving through a shaded closed window in a central role Frank also was the first known fatality in the CIA's LST program also left behind a widow Alice and 3 children but it would be years before they learn the real story of his death shortly after his suicide Ellis Olson was visited by Dr Sidney Gottlieb the man who administered the drug and by Robert blush but his deputy who was the last person with Frank Olson the night of his death it would probably to check me out and see ... where there I was handling myself in handling the situation where I was hysterical and I'm sure they left the house feeling ever so much better because I had been ... gracious and hospitable to them so that I must and played right into their handmaidens fine 23 years later did you how did you feel about that anger was unbelievable and how I had been doing for this length of time and anguish which was unnecessary anyone who knew during all those years never told Alice Olson the real story of her husband's death she was discovered by accident more than 2 decades later in essence it was a 22 year long cover up Lyman Kirkpatrick was inspector general of the CIA at the time of Frank Olson's death Kirkpatrick attempted to have those responsible reprimanded he wrote a series of letters from the CI a director signature in the first he wrote those responsible had shown exceedingly bad judgment it was rejected by high agency officials and 5 drafts later it was watered down to bad judgment and those responsible virtual they should not consider the letters to be reprimands but I had no bills in case occurred within the secret confines of the CIA would not this case and then a prosecutable case perhaps mentally I lifted inquiry ductility prosecutable and certainly from the point of view world leader but Mister Olson why it is actually probably in the Maximo pew and opportunities so something to either Sidney Gottlieb more wildlife for what you wanna say I really don't know except to say that I believe that and nobody has the power to intercede in people's lives and the way they did Frank Olson suicide slowdown the CIA's testing of LSD and other drugs but only momentarily it would soon pick up again and the Guinea pigs were mental patients and prisoners here at the federal drug hospital in Lexington Kentucky doctor Harris is bell would test LSD and other drugs on prisoners and as a reward they would be given the drug of their addiction one of them was any flowers than a teenage addict he is now fully recovered and as a director of this Washington DC drug rehabilitation center it's really Alice in Wonderland here you were in a public health facility for drug rehabilitation you giving you being given LSD without your knowledge and as a reward for you getting harrowing well when I look back on it I get angry era we closed down the biggest piece of me recognize that we use okay Arab and it a weakness was capitalized on the CIA was not the only government agency interested in the possibilities LSD and other drugs presented for mind control the army chemical corps first started working with the CI a and then branched off on itself it's to test drugs on unwitting victims had a death would result the case of this man Harold blauer a tennis pro seen here with his daughter Elizabeth is well known in 1953 blower was a private patient at the New York state psychiatric institute he was given 5 injections of a masculine derivative that was being tested secretly for the army chemical corps with the first injection Harold blauer died as with the Olsen case a 22 year cover up followed until finally the army admitted the real details of blowers death from a previously classified deposition of doctor James could tell me who administered the mescaline derivative on the purpose of the drug testing to produce symptoms similar to those that you see in schizophrenia on how much the patient knew about all this we didn't delineate all the possibilities of what might happen because then you contaminate your experiment until then relates that he never even knew what drug it given Harold blauer because of the secrecy of the army experiment we didn't know whether it was a dog this was secret this was a secret we were an element we just lowers daughter Elizabeth overreaction what how can anybody re-attempt Akhter never mind a professional specialists you've got to care about people line it is well other documents strongly suggests that the army tried to defraud the courts when the blower family sued this memo from the judge advocate general's office suggest putting all documents relating to the case and the chemical course procurement center there they would be beyond the subpoena power of the plaintiff in this section this memo written 6 months after blowers death talks of insurance for a proposed contract at Columbia University for similar drug test and says these experiments occasionally may result in unavoidable fidelity I ordered it means you when you well first surprised of how your father actually did die it it was worse than losing in in a very strange way a suit filed by Elizabeth Barrett against the army chemical corps is now pending in federal court other army experiments continued on mental patients around the country worked on at the Tulane Medical Center in New Orleans involves several drugs hallucinogenic and electrodes implanted in the brain the Associated Press reported in 1975 but the chief researcher on the program doctor Russell Monroe said the experiments involved only monkeys in caps but some researchers have branched out into research of their own on humans that concern was always given by the patient and that's a lame never gave the army any kind of report these are various progress reports written by doctor Monroe for the army and recently obtained by ABC news we asked doctor Munro now head of the sokaya tree department at the university of Maryland about his remarks to the AP I I think it's a little bit of a distortion what I meant by it or what I think we courted says at that time was that we publish the data we would not give the army the data analyst and declare it a secret Pat one of the progress reports of Dr Monroe for a portable woman for electrodes implanted in the brain and was then given LSD and other drugs she became agitated cried launched into a trance like state I am and and what was it you were both in that in boulder experienced waves of in light your sensations in late but he was trying to manipulate her logging or no really when was I //
"2013-11-23 08:36:51"
Army LSD test
\\Arafat prefers the American military would also experimenting with LSD as a potential weapon very good or normal soldiers responding correctly to a series of routine real command after receiving a small dose of LSD they're confused and undisciplined yeah the idea was to spray the drug on enemy troops it does however proved rather difficult to control //
"2013-11-23 08:34:18"
Anti Missile Tech
\\spite all the battlefield advances fighting vehicles remain at risk from a multiplicity of weapons RPGs the anti tank guided missiles the threats about introducing trophy Rafael's proven active protection system n't detection and advanced hard chilled technologies trophy creates an impenetrable shield around fighting vehicles as rockets or missiles into trophies radar layer the system detects tracks and classifies them activating its hard kill mechanism only if the vehicle is about to be had trophy neutralizes what were once fatal threats leaving them and harmless scattered pieces point detonating them in midair with almost no research as seen in this life you propane maintains full kill performance providing 3 with high I would be so trophy it's so fired from very short ready for integration T. ours and trophy is currently an advanced development kinetic energy Jack tells as seen in I feel that trophy was designed for current as well as future combat system increasing platform protection while reducing vehicle weight developed in Rafael's advance laboratories trophy has been proved during rigorous and and field testing because the system neutralizes a T. ours in some other missiles without detonation soldiers and closed engagement rarely occurring during in the case of missile detonation he has showed that trophies probability of causing injury flaking infantry platform crews is on average less than one percent 360 degree protection high elevation coverage neutralizes threats fired from short range neutralizes simultaneous threads reduces platform wait minimal collateral damage applicable for multiple platforms I kill probability while static and emotion trophy cost effective proven active protection for combat black //
"2013-11-08 22:00:52"
On Your Own
\\pure you dog in the world you something terms if you found out it in the aftermath of the Holocaust writing poetry wasn't of sanity also persuaded gone dead duty manager is but I can't resolve pinnacle she did you know change your mind make him a little Medicare world Martin Lambert came all over Canada doing this or that all dangerous firearms for and only for a little extra help she but don't want any intervention 3 determination and the whole world tell them yeah slowly so when you're on your own Gennaro the nnova she took a changing the yeah //
"2013-11-08 21:57:23"
PLAN ONE
\\I I they and but show no once upon a time someone shot him we double I pay for they will thank you leann sales have gone on the why the US crew upon never proneness never in the cruel ... Spanish girl all the all the and round no annnnd all changes the way stop and if we will one and if we will love the world together no changes annnnd well you know John no once upon a time someone shot in chairman if we double pantaloon very far well the thank you the I always have a song never world the world never ends cruel Canseco Dennis girl although the round no annnnd long term and changing the way no annnnd all changing your we I //
"2013-11-08 21:49:13"
Time to Heal the Earth
\\WNED NPO a thorough flattened Zulu though man we go all no all NDEs came John nmls got a well NMO they shall hear search to to love you NCCU all those and then all the state get that this the ... dead while we can then the we go for that I salute and time we well we go that's the I'm nnst NQA //
"2013-11-08 21:45:02"
Tyranny From Above
\\been around for ever brain boom baby Medisave I read that lie outside of space time public you know doesn't I won't you please come and go you know you see here in the know I've been watching you step in out of turn for you before you got here sigh flowing speak our new lives I see the time and manner that you guys I wrote it goes with the cosmic are really boom by another round of the brain boom baby Medisave I read that lie outside of space time all of you know that I was going to you do not target on your back target on your back you got a target on your back target on your back global whose paradigm studio comprised if you don't get you got a target on your back and ride it you better use through Canada hello turned her whole turning a minus lego charitable mood terrible though charity of the Madison I don't know the full extent of the 0 man on a one way trip knock off the wall commando thing piece of shit they always say that they want peace they always have a phone number of the they always there to fill the big upon me always lived with me go wrong you know you know I had come where are the voices of the men of god this love can doom militaristic brought where all the leaders to lead us to the lie motherfucker commercial tenants they because the men are all and made it look upon and mad me go though men are all and be looked upon as a madman which is what goes wrong my use of the world where it wasn't written they've grown good never called you know shares of the poll yeah that you can range from in and all because given birth to the new prime military given birth to the new brave we can't turn away the snowboard bad genes out above I now yeah we there is a necklace here's an overflow hello Jennifer above 10 can //
"2013-11-08 21:33:01"
Zombie Thriller
\\the world well I ... bring I n't users all world's lone dog it was that that flow a the well the ... I I mean a big making me so correct running the ... room press mmhm you world you know but he first this all the way you then I ... mmhm I world news well the the the correct I world all the dog but the no as we we they 2 yeah correct sure right I ... I //
"2013-11-08 21:27:47"
Wave
\\world where to that man is still alive die of world his throat swelling Grasso n't it road nnsl hello listen studios well alright man is still dial Lou Natalie I to so I I I nmroads WNED so //
"2013-11-08 21:22:21"
Waterfall
\\you n't here he does your well where where John on all the rain drops on all because in a rain drop log Ron unz all rain grounds you know long songs no longer follow just didn every so and they the friends all call once and one John day live I whiskey nbae since you rise and fall you see bill I think that choice just yes 3 she all show now lance is there any special you lost 3 rise you Bronson's free stand both I heard all in all so soon can I and hello let's see we what day your skin I I it's yeah just I moments on August Dr no longer hundreds the rain drop log books it's strong drop and //
"2013-11-08 21:02:30"
Pipe Down
\\ntune Piper 3 down NCHA Sydenham ntfc Hey when was I going to do what they had done it all I've got it all WNED xinmsn so we all so it's a little posted parents to that's true there all of them a thousands he type the 3 yeah //
"2013-11-08 20:51:56"
Miracle Tech
\\hi no ... to the then so no mmhm as a I I in I nmhg one ... I know now all of them I'm a but a I'm //
"2013-11-08 20:45:37"
Kryptonite Odyssey 2013
\\world with universal grandma and if my burden somewhere watch the world go door from dark shadows the overall theme I watch the world to the dark side the after all there's no different space Twain man you I don't mind evil they do I'm as long as we're still antenna they paid me crazy but I will use to call me new laws survive it's no your with no Super Bowl you grip you come a strong you currently we still must see groups I will come back took for granted all the times you know the no stumbled through my head ... procure bone poaching that got Sarah grey they paid me crazy bed will you still call me Superman hear thoughts of love this bill not keep you love gets done with black suit they paid me crazy bed will you still call me Superman if I survive this world will you be holed up BR gets a tad group not super they pay me crazy today really still call me Superman if possible out this little and correct //
"2013-11-08 20:40:34"
I Want the World
\\I right right right right right right right nnova very Rattlers rattler so here brasserie here last week nnova you really nnova but rapper Iran Vera Bradley as soon as you so lastly they were down //
"2013-11-08 20:35:23"
Glass in My Hand
\\I love playing nnova dreams world so I'm yeah I but all I go uncertainly there was a man times but it's Kevin right in it was doesn't they say I not only uncertainly yeah there's a lot of times loaded so yeah Kidman right yeah well if you can the //
"2013-11-08 20:30:33"
Cool Oasis
\\love mischievous cool low a sense of gems Rouleau aces goal is spaces and it stays mistake wall tango rise so our conscience mistake walnut Tengku low rise so far come she's in love lose the sky is John Sweeney sky is John and she is all wrong molding magic here in our saying she knew where mom you know Jeremy Wade sure those photo gear sank shoe wearing long you know there's get long he is a sweet home here mobile the so sure yeah mobile droplets good some does maybe moments to me clouds drop scripts so sweet and low story clouds and rain psalm 60 because see mouse some scenes it does seem must be cozy stuff song birds can close stuck song birds can where are all you being scanned yeah yeah the yeah where are all of you beings you to get the right love Jessica who always love willow is all yeah this day since Mr Walden tanning low prize is ... conscious does she mean sky is John sweet sky is John yeah and our own I here are all sank shoe wearing on military there's meanwhile the French yeah the low turnout so we you know that drop school this street and no story clouds rain song birds cozy house speak because last cozy must so can where are all here means came to give they I love is willow is just willow ways states well yeah space //
"2013-08-25 01:13:39"
new moon
\\noon to sell big black ink it is now Jordan black NDEs cell being black gay the other is that Jordan black dress with right WNED through Larry yeah we if you decide to do I I learned to right I it live for example what they're all orders soon will blow ocean roof or view well we but are you to to well we now with many people with me it's hard to keep that means yeah but I now I we it's with or with one read all or use the //
"2013-07-13 21:35:16"
Havana Girl
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"2013-07-13 21:31:23"
earth unchained
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"2013-06-24 14:53:28"
pre nibbled pants three
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"2013-05-20 17:54:48"
Arrested in Virginia
\\I am an ex marshal Thomas I'm here to talk about incident that happened well now I guess most 7 years ago 6 years ago I was living in Arlington Virginia harm all but just had one or 2 major surgeries on her neck and back and she had a tie to titanium rods rom very large pieces of metal are put in her spine she could walk in and I had to shake her bir arm and I also had to go get her medications show I was sitting in my car outside of store books and wiped my range which as you know probably isn't very far are not yours she and legally part typing away totally grossed one ounce doing and tap tap tap on the window rolled down the windows police officer yes Sir when you are needed here are and the police officer in his infinite wisdom how realize that term I and Texas license plates and our own since I've been in Virginia for awhile that I had gotten Virginia plates and so he towed my car I no you're well ... true story and decided to search me arm found my mom's medications and no small amount of marijuana my back home I was not under the influence of anything yeah N. well my mere been treated for objections never Sachi manner help for any kind of directions for drugs and alcohol arm you know I'm not a racist and not a sexual deviant are not mentally ill other truck here but you know sometimes these things in life happen this happened Armide since surgery a surgery we are quite sometime ago and Hannah Gimme thyroidectomy were if I were to burn I've had it all means well I've been very sick for a long time out of desperation are are you medical marijuana well my currently not take a drug test every 90 gains going back you know over a year now arm to screw it Doug's shoot unless your strategy when I went to us meaning is bogus okay now either and you know a worst person several ahead practically that I'm a racist a sexual deviant I'm mentally ill or on the drug addict you know this this smear campaign is true that on the worst person that's ever lived or that this is some kind of elaborate charade and are what I am doing is I am well exposing essentially the crime of the century and predicated on my my case or for facts I just keep it as simple as possible Ron I demonstrate that these weapons exist armed there's a criminal history going back into the 19 forties now that there's a population of victims are and people should harm profile and that there persons of interest these borderline personalities in the desert sand organizations this criminal history and then there are various other factors about each individual just a handful you all but you know the government are people you know they're human beings in the wrong or know the temptation to use public power for your own personal are you agenda or gain is it's irresistible learn that's essentially okay some making wonder what has been going on for all through the Cold War for more than 50 years still going on today that 0.5000000 human Guinea pigs are that is up history or you know of misunderstands were used as Guinea pigs and chemical biological and nuclear weapons development related experiments but now there's these latest and greatest weapons come and it's people figured out how to get away with this and they just couldn't avoid the temptation of our using US citizens as human Guinea pigs and rushed to develop these our weapons similar to the active in our system similar to weapons that were used by the Russians to attack the US embassy in Moscow 19 so this stuff's been around a long time you don't see it in public you know are you seem very bulky N. encounter blow clumsy representations of bar sensually what is really very powerful weaponry so once again you know I had this items episode in Arlington Virginia arm they chose not to prosecute me army whose for obvious reasons and I just want to say that Tom you know our I'm very up front up front about my pants you know I'm not perfect individual on translate initially why birds are you know I've I are what are the good guys you know I taught school of junk science are arba you know done research in one of you know most Sir arm advanced server or exclusive bottom scientific laboratories development of for stage technology related this is essentially ... bacteriophages the answer to our antibiotic resistance women's about 100000 a year anybody anti biotic resistant bacteria and hospitals in other settings 100000 people whistle why or but in perspective we lose we you know we lose fewer than 200 years people in here too things like terrorist incidents are so are you know I'm I'm dedicated my life to saving human lives //
"2013-04-25 19:04:23"
Harlem Shake One
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"2013-04-25 19:02:02"
Move Your Jam
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"2013-04-25 19:01:33"
I'm Phat
\\nbatv when I was young they told police that now that was not alone this is John hold yours does that sound then I bet I bet I did you so no no no no did you sell well molten. I mean both topped by I will but all soon I will go for yeah so well I hope yeah both well the but also now let's yeah now then as soon now on so play then I mean both Bonnie only I will grant I will go for it's now this is I want both written by I wanted to know why I love the grant and the holy gospel rap Yeltsin Mitch Miller she wore red if I had the shoot his house where Arnold fat it Khloe Phil variant pay home Yeakel no now and it happened to you just we're all n't nnst n't James van all they the ultimate should tell she added that yeah young told you but how but you shouldn't do you use where all bet you weren't ready that //
"2013-04-25 18:59:05"