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CIA - Mind Control (part 4/4) -Clinton's Apology

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Published on Aug 6, 2008

Clinton apologized Oct. 3, 1995 on behalf of the Government for forced MK Ultra Mind Control Experiments on thousands of innocent amercians.

Ted Gunderson:
http://www.scribd.com/doc/15890811/Gu...

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Clinton's apology came 18 years after a Senate hearing on MKULTRA. "The existence of MK ULTRA was first brought to light by maverick government officer John Marks - on 20th September 1977. The U.S. Senate investigated MK ULTRA discovering that thousands of people had been the unwitting victims of mind control experiments.

"Part of MK ULTRA was the NAOMI PROJECT - involved in the creation of what were later to be called "Manchurian Candidates". Manchurian Candidates were people who were pre-programmed to become assassins without their knowledge. A post hypnotic trigger was used to put them into "killer mode"."[10] "Dr. George H. Estabrooks (1895-1973), speaking as the chaiman of the Department of Psychology of Colgate University, said, I can hypnotize a man without his knowledge or consent into committing treason against the United States. At the time he made that statement Dr. Estabrooks was one of this nations most authoritative voices in the field of hypnotism."[11] "Estabrooks proposed, over and over, that superspies with one-way amnesia should be created by deliberate personality splitting. An absolutely dependable, unbreakable amnesia for all events under hypnosis is the most essential single element to create an unknowing, authority-controlled hypnotic subject."[12]

Read full text here:
http://omega.twoday.net/stories/603978/
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