Blogger, Kurt Nimmo of Activist Post renown has joined Newsbud to report on the massive chicanery around a series terrorist bogeymen du jour, linking them to a long history of mind control techniques used by the militaries of the world.
He raises a question, about which I have wondered for many years, namely, whether the many thousands of Middle Eastern terrorists wreaking havoc in the world today have been victim to sophisticated mind control techniques throughout their lives. I conjecture that this has taken place during their “training” in secret terrorist training camps, as well as from the earliest days of their lives, in madrasas throughout the region.
Islamic terrorism was rare to non-existent in the modern age until the 1980s, after the CIA armed and trained the Mujahideen of Afghanistan to battle the Soviet Union. Terrorist attacks have escalated worldwide since the invasion of Afghanistan and Iraq. The CIA has since been implicated in the funding, training and arming of al-Qaeda (“the database”), Daesh and ISIS.
Nimmo starts off by discussing the duplicity around the alleged Caliph of the Islamic State, Abu Bakr al Baghdadi, an entirely fictional character. Back in 2007, The New York Times quoted chief American military spokesman, Brigadier General, Kevin Bergner as saying that Baghdadi never existed and was actually a fictional character whose audiotape declarations were provided by an elderly actor named Abu Abdullah al Naima.
According to the Pentagon, the ruse was concocted by Abu Ayub al-Masri, the Egyptian-born leader of al-Qaeda in Iraq after its founder, Abu Musab al-Zarqawi was allegedly killed in 2006. However, al-Zarqawi has been reported to be yet another fictional character, exploited by the Pentagon during the Iraqi resistance.
Al-Masri, himself has a sketchy background. He never appeared on any of the Most Wanted lists published by the US military or by the Iraqi government and he was not mentioned in any of al-Zarqawi’s propaganda. Al-Masri was reportedly killed in 2010.
Nimmo launches into the history of the torture techniques deployed against Iraqi insurgents and their early roots in Chinese torture and brainwashing techniques developed during the Korean War.
The CIA took an interest in the science of brainwashing, after captured US soldiers were successfully programmed to act as enemies of the US. To develop its own projects, Director, Allen Dulles hired Dr. Harold Wolf, a world-famous neurologist from Cornell University Medical College in New York City and his colleague, Lawrence Hinkle.
The CIA’s Office of Scientific Intelligence started Project Blue Bird and Project Artichoke, which later evolved into project MKULTRA. A memo from 1952 spelled out its objective, which was to gain the ability to control an individual, to the point where he would do things against his will, including murder and suicide.
The CIA used hypnosis, LSD and morphine in experiments designed to reprogram the minds of victims. It also used electroshock and radiation. Researchers believe that Nazis brought into America by Operation Paperclip after WWII participated in MKULTRA experiments.
Dr. Ewen Cameron, the former President of the American Psychiatric Association participated in the CIA’s mind control projects. His techniques laid the scientific foundation for the CIA’s two-stage psychological torture method, later used in Iraq in the CIA’s secret rendition dungeons. Cameron used electroshock, drug injections and lobotomies in his experiments.
MKULTRA had a number of sub-projects, including Operation Mindbender, which became Operation Spellbinder in 1966. Its goal was to create a sleeper assassin; a real-life Manchurian Candidate. Captured Viet Cong expendables were used as guinea pigs.
In the early 1960s, the Pentagon launched its secret Project Monarch. Although never officially admitted by the government, Monarch reportedly used torture as a form of trauma-based mind control. A number of individuals have come forward, claiming they were victims of Monarch and MKULTRA.
In 2004, Brigadier General Janis Karpinski, Commander 800th Military Police Brigade told the media that military intelligence and the CIA were responsible for the torture exposed at Abu Ghraib, one of 15 detention centers under her command. On April 8, 2005 Karpinski was formally relieved of command of the 800th Military Police Brigade. On May 5, 2005, President George W. Bush approved Karpinski’s demotion to Colonel from the rank of Brigadier General. In October 2005, she published an account of her experiences, ‘One Woman’s Army’, in which she claims that the abuses were done by contract employees trained in Afghanistan and Guantanamo Bay, and sent to Abu Ghraib, under orders from the Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld. She said her demotion was political retribution.
Is it possible the CIA used mind control techniques to turn Arab detainees into terrorists? It certainly would fit the pattern.
For decades, the CIA has sponsored events to stimulate reactions by terrorists; in other words, to commit terror to incite terror. There’s plenty of evidence the US sponsors terrorism and has spent billions of dollars to create terror groups including al-Qaeda, the Islamic State (ISIS) and others.
Nimmo concludes, the Islamic State was created during the occupation of Iraq as part of a military psychological operation. It’s now being used to remove Bashar al-Assad from power in Syria and to provide a rationale for expanding the war on terror, a war that is designed to be endless.