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James Holmes Colorado 'Batman shootings' - PrisonPlanet writer suspects MKULTRA

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posted on Aug, 1 2012 @ 07:14 PM
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MkUltra is decades old, are you sure it doesn't have a new name by now?


Probably does, but the program is no doubt still going on whatever it is called. MKUltra is just a form of linguistic shorthand like using the term Illuminati to describe the puppet masters.

Is the eye-rolling emoticon meant to convey that there is no such program anymore because it is not called the same thing it was 40 years ago? (which, by the way, is an awful long time to continue developing and refining mind control techniques.




posted on Aug, 2 2012 @ 01:06 PM
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Originally posted by coyotepoet
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MkUltra is decades old, are you sure it doesn't have a new name by now?


Probably does, but the program is no doubt still going on whatever it is called. MKUltra is just a form of linguistic shorthand like using the term Illuminati to describe the puppet masters.


No doubts, huh? None? You have postable, credible evidence you wish to share?

TIA! Have a happy day! Can't wait!



posted on Aug, 2 2012 @ 08:30 PM
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No doubts, huh? None? You have postable, credible evidence you wish to share?


How about a whole crap load of programs that the CIA supposedly stopped and just took further underground. MK Ultra has been documented up and down. You're foolish if you think it's not still happening. What would you consider credible evidence? The CIA admitting that the program was still going on? Again, foolish


The Senate Intelligence Committee did find some records during its investigation in 1976. Senator Frank Church, who led the congressional investigations of the CIA's unlawful actions, said that the agency was "a rogue elephant" operating above the law as it plotted assassinations, illegally spied on thousands of Americans, and even drugged citizens in its effort to develop new weapons for its covert arsenal. [3] In 1977, through a Freedom of Information Act request, 16,000 pages of mind control documents were found as part of the Agency's financial history. That is how this information has been pieced together. MC 5, 18, NB xvi, 38


www.wanttoknow.info...

16,000 pages of mind control docs. That's a lot of work to throw away just cause you got caught.


MKULTRA grew into a mammoth undertaking. The nature of the research included these specific problems:

Can we create by post-H (hypnotic) control an action contrary to an individual's basic moral principles?
Can we "alter" a person's personality? Can we guarantee total amnesia under any and all conditions?
Could we seize a subject and in the space of an hour by post-H control have him crash an airplane?
Can we devise a system for making unwilling subjects into willing agents and then transfer that control to untrained agency agents in the field by use of codes or identifying signs? NB 13, 14, 28 [5]



In July of 1991, two inmates died at the Vacaville Medical Facility. According to prison officials at the time, the two may have died as a result of medical treatment, that treatment was the use of mind control or behavior modification drugs. A deeper study into the deaths of the two inmates has unraveled a mind-boggling tale of horror that has been part of California penal history for a long time, and one that caused national outcries years ago.

In August of 1991, the Sentinel presented a graphic portrait of some of the mind control experiments that have been allowed to continue in the United States. On November 1974 a U.S. Senate Sub-committee on Constitutional Rights investigated federally-funded behavior modification programs, with emphasis on federal involvement in, and the possible threat to individual constitutional rights of behavior modification, especially involving inmates in prisons and mental institutions.


www.theforbiddenknowledge.com...

So that takes us at least to 1991. But it doesn't matter because you will likely just dismiss my sources out of hand anyway based on your comment.

edit on 2-8-2012 by coyotepoet because: (no reason given)



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