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C is for Conspiracy: the Sesame Street MK Ultra connection
C is for Conspiracy: the Sesame Street MK Ultra connection
Cookie Monster with a heavily redacted MK Ultra document
Those familiar with the dark world of conspiracy theory already know that almost nothing is what it appears to be.
MK Ultra was the operational name of a host of experiments into mind control conducted by the CIA. The program officially existed from the 1950s
through the 1970s before it was supposedly discontinued. Although the CIA insists that MK-ULTRA-type experiments have been abandoned, 14-year CIA
veteran Victor Marchetti has stated in various interviews that the CIA routinely conducts disinformation campaigns and that CIA mind control research
continued. In a 1977 interview, Marchetti specifically called the CIA claim that MK-ULTRA was abandoned a “cover story”. Despite the claims that
the program was discontinued, conspiracy theorists have claimed that the Jonestown Massacre was the end result of an MK Ultra program run amuck.
The children’s television program Sesame Street has long been a favorite of children and adults alike for the supposedly educational and wholesome
content of the program, but evidence has begun to mount that this television program and others like it are part of a propaganda machine funded via
front organizations meant to disguise the fact that they are actually part of an ongoing MK Ultra covert operation.
James (a.k.a. Jim) Maury Henson:
Sesame Street first hit the airways on November 10, 1969 during the time period when it has now been established that MK Ultra was still an active
program. Officially a product of the innocent sounding Children’s Television Workshop it is in fact funded by the Corporation for Public
Broadcasting. The CPB was created on November 7, 1967 when U.S. president Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Public Broadcasting Act of 1967. This
legislation paved the way for an elaborate series of indoctrination programs and covert-ops served up as “educational programming”.
Much of Sesame Street’s appeal was in the notion that it was educational fun that could be enjoyed by both adults and their children alike. The
puppet skits and loose emphasis on teaching letters and numbers seemed like a great way to get children interested in learning.
However it was exactly this mix of innocuous fun and supposedly educational content that allowed for a steady stream of subliminal messages to be fed
to America’s unwitting youth. While parents thought their children were learning the fundamentals of reading there was a slow, steady stream of
coded messages being planted into the content. Each show had a specific letter and number sequence and over time these coded messages planted
subliminal instructions of a still unknown nature in the minds of the young audience. An entire generation of programmed Manchurian candidates
awaiting activation may have been created by way of these subliminal messages.
Meanwhile on a cultural level the characters of the show were used for predictive programming of the culture to accept the cultural problems that we
as a society are only now beginning to realize exist. For example, Cookie Monster’s character telescoped our nation’s diabetes and obesity
epidemic thirty years in advance of the fact. Likewise, does anybody remember gay marriage being a political issue before Ernie and Bert were shown
happily living together as America’s first gay puppet couple?
Rubber Ducky isn’t the only thing Ernie is awfully fond of
(note: rainbow pattern of Bert’s shirt)
Another suspected MK Ultra children’s television indoctrination front was Captain Kangaroo.
A recurring gag on the program involved Captain Kangaroo being repeatedly rained upon with ping pong balls in what can only be described as a
predictive programming exercise. The Captain’s distain for the event was all a part of the conditioned response in that it implied the recurring
nature of this particular torment. While this was played for comedic effect it was obviously indoctrination and children were being trained to expect
it and indeed to crave it.
Had Captain Kangaroo not be pelted with ping pong balls at least once each episode by Mr. Moose children would have felt cheated. That was the entire
goal of the program. This may seem innocent enough on its face, but by inserting the conditioned response into the brain the mind becomes enslaved.
Similar experiments with the same basic results have been conducted for years, most famously by Ivan Petrovich Pavlov and his dogs.
Here is a clip from probable MK Ultra indoctrination program Romper Room:
Notice how the entire point is to train the children to obey simple instructions so they can be better controlled by their masters. This program was
straight up propagandistic obedience training. The children are being groomed to act as insect drones for the good of the greater colony by being
taught to emulate Busy Bee. How many of these toddlers do you think grew up to become captains of industry? More than likely they are simple workers
who push the button and turn the knob.
Another recurring skit on Romper Room was the Magic Mirror:
In this skit the children were told, after a psychedelic light show, that the host could see them (indeed addressing some of them by name) through the
Magic Mirror. The premise was meant to instill in the child the idea of being under constant surveillance by way of an all-knowing being. Blind
obedience to authority, whether religious or governmental, is the obvious goal of such an exercise.
Clearly MK Ultra is still going strong. The New World Order elite have been indoctrinating the youth of the planet via children’s television
programming for generations now. At last tally, Sesame Street and assorted spin-offs had been converted and repackaged for transmission into more than
thirty other countries worldwide and some twenty different languages.
10 Responses to “C is for Conspiracy: the Sesame Street MK Ultra connection”
Did you notice the owl on the wall in the back of the room in the Romper Room “Bee” video? Scary!
Brad - October 31, 2008 at 10:05 pm
Indeed, the symbolic subtext of Romper Room couldn’t be much more blatant unles