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Patraeus and mind control sex slaves?

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posted on Nov, 17 2012 @ 10:05 PM
trance formation america

from the 2nd hit:

Trance Formation of America: The True Life Story of a CIA Mind Control Slave. 1995 by Cathy O'Brien with Mark Phillips P.O.B. 158352, Nashville, TN 37215 ...

Title says CIA Mind Control Slave but I think some sort sex might be in the book.
Sex why not.
Once you got physical or control of the mentally vulnerable whats next.

posted on Nov, 17 2012 @ 10:14 PM

Originally posted by Kang69
Anyone who's interested in Monarch Programming check out this link.

A page snip it:

The Evolution of Project MKULTRA With the CIA and National Security Council firmly established, the first in a series of covert brain-washing programs was initiated by the Navy in the fall of 1947.

Project CHATTER was developed in response to the Soviet’s "successes" through the use of "truth drugs." This rationale, however was simply a cover story if the program were to be exposed. The research focused on the identification and testing of such drugs for use in interrogations and the recruitment of agents.[5] The project was officially terminated in 1953.

The CIA decided to expand their efforts in the area of behavior modification, with the advent of Project BLUEBIRD, approved by director Allen Dulles in 1950.

Its objectives were to:

(1) discover a means of conditioning personnel to prevent unauthorized extraction of information from them by known means
(2) investigate the possibility of control of an individual by application of special interrogation techniques
(3) investigate memory enhancement
(4) establish defensive means for preventing hostile control of agency personnel

The only thing left out was turning Tesla mind control against us.
Something is going on even if it is all talk but no one talks the Tesla stuff so thats the troubling part.

posted on Nov, 27 2012 @ 02:42 AM
reply to post by boncho

your response was childlishly shallow since the topic has a significant body of literature, albeit wacky. but thank you for your rudeness and simplicity.

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