Mind Kontrol

“My own opinion is enough for me, and I claim the right to have it defended against any consensus, any majority, anywhere, any place, any time. And anyone who disagrees with this can pick a number, get in line, and kiss my ass.” (Christopher Hitchens)

I admired Hitchens, defiant to his last days, possessed of his own mind, flipping us off even as he departed this world.

At the other end of dignity, I was struck by the words in the post below of (Saint) Ignatius Loyola, a man who had obviously lost his mind. But it is a sad fact of our existence that a small percentage of the population is highly susceptible not so much to “thought control” (most Americans), but a more sinister practice, “mind control.”

In fact, anyone who reads the literature of the 1950’s and 60’s will run across a mind control program run by the CIA called “MKULTRA,” the object of which was to find people who could work under control of others without their knowledge. James McGowan trifled with this notion in his book “Programmed to Kill,” in which he speculates that the serial killers of the 60’s and 70’s might well have been subjects of that program.

CIA is a large organization, thousands of talented people, but at its beating heart center are psychotic monsters. They ran a program in Vietnam called “Phoenix.” It was assassination on a large scale, as many as 40,000 dead. What happened to these trained killers when they returned stateside? Did they become plumbers and accountants? (One man whose murderous behaviors in Vietnam are on record, Bob Kerrey, went on to become a governor and senator.)

Abu+Ghraib-2-by+fervidal31MKULTRA is a fascinating subject. A trip through its history will take the inquiring mind through hypnosis, child abuse, sexual perversion, dissociative disorder, LSD and other drugs, and of course, the torture regime. What we saw at Abu Ghraib was not some out-of-control underlings getting off by scaring people with dogs … it was a scientific program of torture designed to induce psychosis. Out of such settings come assassins, suicide bombers, and men who proudly pose for photographs while beheading other men. That’s our CIA. Did the MK program ever stop?

MKULTRA was (is?) run by men in business attire sitting behind desks and claiming to be protecting us. But who protects us from them?

And though we will never be able to know for sure, people like Sirhan Sirhan, Mark David Chapman, John Hinckley, Jr., Charles Manson, Squeaky Fromme, James Holmes and others all fit the bill, victims of mind control. CIA claims that MKULTRA was a bust, and was discontinued. I doubt it.

James-Holmes_TINIMA20130118_1004_18Look at the photo to the right. James Holmes is obviously drugged. What kind of drugs? What kind of treatment has he undergone? His mind is gone.*  Sirhan Sirhan to this day cannot remember his activities on the night of June 5, 1968 (the only reason he is still alive). A professional hypnotist from Harvard has studied him and finds that he was deeply hypno-programmed.

We have a cancer within our body politic, an agency that runs programs like MK, and that determines the fate of our country by means of murder and skullduggery. And we have among us people who are susceptible to mind control. If the bulk of the population were not in such a trance as to not be able to see what is before their every eyes, perhaps we could put a stop to it.

I have not linked to anything here. It’s all out there for people of curious bent, and for the others, linking does not prod curiosity.
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*Will he soon be founding a religious order?

About Mark Tokarski

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15 Responses to Mind Kontrol

  1. steve kelly says:

    It’s sci-fi week, so let’s get really out there. I could never accept the MSM account of the Hale-Bopp mass suicide. There are some easy links to DARPA, CIA and a Stargate in Iraq, but whatever the truth, real interesting stories radiate from somewhere in Virginia. Try this one on for size: http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/ciencia/ciencia_mannequin03b.htm

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    • Headed to garage but will check out link later today. In the meantime, there is alwasy Jonestown.

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      • steve kelly says:

        Of course. Guinea pigs.

        “All of the drugs and environmental conditions forced upon Jonestown residents were also employed in the CIA’s notorious MKULTRA program, which was implemented to test and implement brainwashing and mind control techniques. A 1974 government report admitted that certain “target populations” were used, namely blacks, women, prisoners, the elderly, children, and inmates of psychiatric wards. The Center for the Study and Reduction of Violence, using the research of Strangelovian doctors Jose Delgado and Louis “Jolly” West, drew guinea pigs from the “target populations” to test drugs, implants, and psychosurgery techniques at an isolated military missile base in California. The dead at Jonestown were 90% women, 80% black, and included 276 children.” http://nstarzone.com/JONESTOWN.html

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        • A massacre of historic proportions, not quite approaching Katyn in scale. As I read it, these people were killed on the spot, those who escaped to the jungles hunted down like animals. The cover story, Kool Aid is ironic, as those who believe the Kool Aid story are the ones drinking the Kool Aid.

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    • What do you make of that story? I file it under “extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence.” I see none, just claims made with great certainty.

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      • steve kelly says:

        Pure fiction, perhaps, but a fantastical story with lots of crazy things to investigate on one’s own. Was celebrating sci-fi week here at the country club. Might have gotten a bit carried away — but not by ETs.

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  2. Big Swede says:

    Explains John McCain.

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    • Not sure of your tilt here. McCain indeed appears at times to suffer from PTSD, perhaps the result of his capture and treatment by the North Vietnamese. Keep in mind that they regarded him as a war criminal, as his plane was shot down while bombing a civilian target. I agree with them but find torture of any human, even war criminals, abhorrent.

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  3. JC says:

    There’s only 337,000 hits at google for MH337 + MKULTRA.. So they can program a pilot to do what they want, when they want…

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    • Richard Hall tried to calculate the odds of two planes, MH17 and MH370, both meeting their ends so suspiciously as they did – happenstance always a possibility of course. But he coupled it with a trial done by the uppity prime minister of Malaysia finding Bush and others guilty of war crimes. Then it seems less unlikely that this particular airlines had been selected for black ops. These cretinous bastards in DC don’t take kindly to underlings speaking up.

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  4. steve kelly says:

    We are all kept in the dark for profit. For those left who can still read, state food labelling will be overridden by new federal law. Watch what you eat. Back to science. Right. States’ rights. Right. Did you get all that Swedes of the world? http://www.telesurtv.net/english/news/US-House-Passes-Bill-Banning-State-GMO-Labeling-Laws-20150723-0036.html

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    • Big Swede says:

      Yeah but profit and wealth leads to good health. 200 years of good health.

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      • Pretty neat.

        He did mention “former colonies breaking free” and trade and peace. I wonder which dots represents the countries the US has attacked.

        Have you ever been abroad Swede? Non-military traveling?

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        • Big Swede says:

          England and the Scandinavian countries. I had a great uncle with homes in Copenhagen and Stockholm. He had dual citizenship, home base and business in NY. Was at one time the leading importer of Swedish steel. Started by selling saw blades out of his car trunk in the thirties.

          Went here in the 80’s, never been back.

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          • I have found that travel abroad opens the mind, changes me. Everyone everywhere is wrapped up in the small local area they occupy, not much thinking about anything big or important. But people everywhere are smart and capable, and live up to their potentials or down to their tendencies, just like us. Americans are not exceptional by any means.

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