Friday, 27 July 2012

1979 ABC News Special ‘Mission Mind Control’

In 1979, just two years after U.S. Senate hearings revealed disturbing information about a secret government mind control program code-named Project MKULTRA, this one-hour documentary covering some of the clandestine, illegal activities involved in this mind control project was released.

One of the topics covered by this intriguing film is the bizarre activity of a man named George White, who operated outside of the law while directly under CIA direction.

At minute 47 into the documentary correspondent Paul Altmeyer states, “And what of George White, the man who helped the agency in so many of its programs. Shortly before his death, he wrote to his boss at the CIA, Dr. Sidney Gottlieb, and summed up his career by saying, ‘It was fun, fun, fun. Where else could a red-blooded American boy lie, kill and cheat, steal, deceive, rape and pillage with the sanction and blessing of the all highest.’”

A good history lesson. Keep in mind this quoted goal - "controlling an individual to the point where he will do our bidding against his own will."

[Posted at the SpookyWeather blog, July 27th, 2012.]


steven andresen said...


I take it the Jason Bourne stories are discussions, in dramatic scenarios, about this topic. Although the films portray the excitement of the chases, and the story about the trained mind-controlled killers, the complaint made by the Bourne character is that they thought they were getting into a program to help the country, when all they were being trained for was to be effective assassins.

The morality of the project was criticized from the point of view of its victims.

I think they are pretty smart about it too.

If they can make Jason Bourne do what he doesn't want to do over a long period of time, something I'm told hypnosis cannot accomplish, then it would seem possible for them to make anyone do what they don't want to do over a short period of time.

So, with a little more drugging and mind-control, they have guys who will plant bombs or shoot people up in their neighborhoods.

I'm not saying that this must be true in any particular case. I have no good evidence one way or the other. However, it seems that the means to do this kind of terrorism exists and is available and in the hands of people we should not trust.

So, when they come up with possible suspects for any act of terror, the government and its secret operatives should always be considered to be at the top of the list.


SpookyOne said...


I totally agree.

I think the best case of a mind controlled assassin is that of RFK's alleged killer - Sirhan Sirhan.

The forensic evidence rules him out as the killer - more bullet holes than bullets held in his gun, and gunshot wounds to RFK's back at point blank range, whereas Sirhan was positioned to his front at some feet distant.

Sirhan cannot remember anything about the assassination and was an individual prone to suggestions thanks to minor brain damage.

Furthermore, because we KNOW the killing was down to a conspiracy, thanks to the forensics, we must speculate as to Sirhan's role- which was undoubtedly as a patsy/unconscience killer even though the real killer (a security guard) was standing behind Kennedy.

Interestingly, we also have eyewitnesses to other people who may have coached Sirhan, one of whom was seen excitedly claiming that "we killed him!".

The circumstances of this murder fits perfectly to what we have discovered about how a hypnotically programmed person might be directed.

Obviously, if this program was successfully carried out once, there is a strong likelihood it would have been tried again.

Spook !