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3,884.  Towards the end of 1966 the CIA intercepted a memo indicating that the Soviets were ready to put men on the moon.  Nine cosmonauts had been training for several years.  They had even landed Lunar 9 on the moon in January 1966.  (Moon Landing Conspiracy & CIA & Soviet Union & Hoax/Mockumentaries)  Dark Side of the Moon

 

 

6,427.  Private Institutions Used in CIA Effort to Control Behaviour 25-Year $25 Million Program.  (Mind & CIA & Mental Health)  The New York Times 2nd August 1977 article

 

6,428.  Drugs Tested by CIA on Mental Patients.  (Mind & CIA & Mental Health)  ibid.

 

 

6,439.  MK Ultra was one program in a series of programs that came out of the CIA to experiment with different types of mind control.  (Mind Control & CIA & Brainwashing)  PSTV.tv Mind Sciences

 

6,440.  In the late 1950s the CIA began to fund top-secret experiments in brainwashing.  (Mind Control & CIA & Brainwashing)  ibid.

 

6,441.  Due to the psychologically destructive nature of brainwashing research the CIA began to seek new, unwitting test subjects in psychiatric hospitals.  From 1957-1964 patients at the Allan Memorial Institute in Montreal became mind control guinea pigs for MK Ultra scientist Ewen Cameron.  (Mind Control & CIA & Mental Health & Brainwashing)  ibid.

 

6,442.  In 1977 the Church Hearings investigated the top secret mind control project.  This forced the CIA to release files exposing the history of MK-Ultra.  (Mind Control & CIA & Brainwashing)  ibid.

 

6,443.  In 1980 the CIA was sued by nine victims of Dr Cameron’s mind control research.  They were each awarded $100,000 in compensatory damages.  (Mind Control & CIA & Brainwashing)  ibid.

 

 

6,444.  The Deputy Director of the CIA revealed that over thirty universities and institutions were involved in an ‘extensive testing and experimentation’ program which included covert drug tests on unwitting citizens ‘at all social levels, high and low, native Americans and foreign’.  Several of these tests involved the administration of LSD to ‘unwitting subjects in social situations’.  At least one death, that of Dr Olson, resulted from these activities.  The Agency itself acknowledged that these tests made little scientific sense.  The agents doing the monitoring were not qualified scientific observers.  (Mind Control & Logic & CIA & Brainwashing)  Ted Kennedy, address to Senate 1977

 

 

6,445.  MK Ultra: the research and development of chemical, biological, and radiological materials capable of employment in clandestine operations to control human behaviour.  The program consisted of some 149 subprojects which the Agency contracted out to various universities, research foundations, and similar institutions.  At least 80 institutions and 185 private researchers participated.  Because the Agency funded MK Ultra indirectly, many of the participating individuals were unaware that they were dealing with the Agency.  (Mind Control & CIA & Brainwashing)  US Supreme Court, CIA v Sims 1985

 

 

6,446.  The greatest battle of the twentieth century will be a battle of the mind.  And there are people who have power who want more power and they do not want the public to know about mind control.  Its existence or how it is implemented.  (Mind & CIA)  Steve Hassan, author Combating Cult Mind Control

 

 

6,448.  The CIA is carrying out mind control on countless numbers of unwitting American victims.  And he even went so far as to say the basic methods that they use in this mind control: hypnosis, drugs and torture.  (Mind Control & CIA)  Fritz Springmeier

 

 

6,449.  There’s a small handful of criminals that are in control of our government, and in control of our country.  They’re in control of our information.  And they’re suppressing pertinent facts such as mind control.  (Mind Control & CIA & Control)  Cathy OBrien, lecture Trance Formation of America

 

6,450.  When this one particular politician came to my father and told him he could receive immunity from prosecution if he would sell me into M K Ultra mind control my father was thrilled.  He agreed to sell me into the project and was trained in how to raise me for M K Ultra.  (Mind Control & CIA & Control & Abuse)  ibid.

 

6,451.  The abuse that I was enduring under M K Ultra mind control was so extensive that I lost all my awareness.  I lost my ability to reason.  I lost my ability to question anything.  (Mind Control & CIA & Control & Abuse)  ibid.

 

6,452.  When you go outside this country it’s accepted knowledge that our president is under mind control.  (Mind Control & CIA & President & Presidency of the United States)  ibid.

 

 

6,515.  But the idea that it was necessary to manipulate the inner feelings of the American population in the interests of fighting the Cold War now began to take root in Washington.  Above all in the CIA who were going to take it much further.  They were concerned that the Soviets were experimenting with psychological methods to actually alter the memories and feelings of people.  The aim being to produce more controllable citizens.  It was known as brain-washing.  Psychologists in the CIA were convinced that really might be possible and that they should try to do it themselves.  In the late fifties the CIA poured millions of dollars into the psychology departments across America.  They were secretly funding experiments on how to alter and control the inner drives of human beings.  (Mind Control & Brainwashing & CIA & Experiment & Psychology & Propaganda & Consent & Consumer)  Adam Curtis, The Century of the Self II: The Engineering of Consent

 

6,516.  In fact Cameron’s experiments were a complete disaster.  All he managed to produce were dozens of individuals with memory loss, and the ability to repeat the phrase, I am at ease with myself.  And it was not an isolated case.  Almost all the experiments the CIA funded were equally unsuccessful.  Despite their ambitions, American psychologists were beginning to find out how difficult it was to understand and control the inner workings of the human mind.  (Mind Control & Brainwashing & CIA & Experiment & Psychology & Propaganda & Consent & Consumer)  ibid.

 

 

7,824.  The CIA ruthlessly misled the American people about UFOs in order to hide their surveillance programmes against the Soviet Union. (UFO & CIA)  Nick Cook, Are UFOs Real?  2/2 

 

 

19,543.  I also belonged to an organisation that was a little tough to get out of.  Maybe you’ve heard of it.  The CIA.  (Gangstas: Norway & Norway & CIA)  Lilyhammer VIII: Trolls 2012 BBC starring Steven van Zandt & Trond Fausa Aurvag & Marian Saastad Ottesen & Steinar Sagen & Anne Krigsvoll et al, Frank to assistant

 

 

21,087.  We are morally indefensible, and absolutely necessary.  (GBH Files & CIA & Spy Films)  The Bourne Legacy 2012 starring Jeremy Renner & Rachel Weisz & Edward Norton & Stacy Keach & Dennis Boutsikaris & Oscar Issac & Joan Allen & Albert Finney & Scott Glenn et al, director Tony Gilroy, CIA controller

 

 

23,483.  Pacino:  Applications for the CIA are up 10%.

 

Recruit:  Would I have to kill anyone?

 

Pacino:  Would you like to?  (Spy Films & CIA & Kill)  The Recruit 2003 starring Al Pacino & Colin Farrell & Bridget Moynahan & Gabriel Macht & Kenneth Mitchell & Mike Realba & Ron Lea & Karl Pruner & Jeanie Calleja et al, director Roger Donaldson

 

 

28,084.  After the War he [Klaus Barbie] was hired by the Americans as an anti-Communist agent.  So he became an agent in the service of American Secret Service.  And he was working for the CIA afterwards.  (Nazi & Odessa & CIA)  Uki Goni, author The Real Odessa

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