posted on Jan, 3 2012 @ 01:33 AM
She doesn't say anything about Reptillians of MKULTRA. She never says who "they" are. She makes no references to the government or government
agencies of any country (other than an odd reference to the queen of england, princesses, and Mickey Mouse.)
Now, don't get me wrong. MKULTRA (as well as other programs of a similar nature) did exist and was a bona fide attempt by the CIA to develop some
form of mind control. It did conduct experiments on both willing and unwitting subjects involving hallucinogenic substances, radiation, hypnosis, and
other methods. This is well documented and is not in dispute, and it is most certainly within the realm of possibility that some form of program along
those lines persists to this day somewhere in the world. The means are there, certainly. CIA memos indicate a continuing motive as well. And with
unlimited resources, I would have to say that the opportunity is there on a fairly omnipresent basis too.
But the problem with jumping to the conclusion that everything like this has to do with some form of mind control is that people with legitimate
mental disorders do exist. There's nothing specific about her words that would indicate, let alone prove, that she's the victim of such a
program. It allows us to take everything that could simply be genuine sufferers of psychotic episodes or substance abuse and say, "Oh, they're
victims of mind control."
We don't know that at all, and in my opinion should not be leaping to that conclusion. In that sense, the video title is very disingenuous.
Additionally, when we jump to that conclusion before encouraging people on ATS and elsewhere to first consider mental illness, we do them a severe and
inhumane disservice in my opinion. The last thing a delusional person (if they are delusional) needs is to be given fodder for their delusions before
seeking help in ruling out mundane explanations first.
As always though, anything is possible. I can't rule out the potential for it to be something other than mental illness or drugs. But I have no way
of knowing one way or another, which essentially makes this futile as an avenue of investigation. (Unless someone wants to go find this woman,
interview her when she's calmed down, talk to the officers who took her into custody, find out what else she said, etc.)