A conspiracy may be a continuing one; actors may drop out and others may drop in; the details of operation may change from time to time; the members need not know each other or the part played by others; a member may not need to know all the details of the plan of the operation; he must, however, know the purpose of the conspiracy and agree to become a party to a plan to effectuate that purpose. – California Court of Appeals, Craig v. U.S. C.C.A. Cal. 81 F2d 816, 822.
“Project MK-ULTRA, or MKULTRA, was the code name for a covert CIA mind-control and chemical interrogation research program, run by the Office of Scientific Intelligence” beginning in the early 1950s, writes
[ARTICHOKE was an] anti-interrogation project…precursor to MKULTRA.… MK (code for scientific projects…sponsored by the CIA’s Technical Services Division (1950s/1960s))…and ULTRA (top classification reference, re: ULTRA code breaking in WWII [was] renamed MKSEARCH in 1964 [and spawned MKOFTEN for] testing effects of biological and chemical
The George Washington University provides a staff memorandum for the members of the Advisory Committee on Human Radiation Experiments. It states in part:
MKULTRA was the subject of extensive internal, congressional, and outside investigations in the 1970s. In 1973, the CIA purposefully destroyed most of the MKULTRA files concerning its research and testing on human behavior. In 1977, the agency uncovered additional MKULTRA files in the budget and fiscal records that were not indexed under the name MKULTRA. These documents detailed over 150 subprojects that the CIA funded in this
According to Uri Dowbenko’s “Mind Control Slavery and the New World Order” article:
Captain John McCarthy, US Army Special Forces (Ret.), who ran CIA assassination teams out of Saigon during the Vietnam War, told his friend, [Las Angeles, California, Police Department] whistleblower Mike Ruppert, that “MKULTRA is a CIA acronym that officially stands for ‘Manufacturing Killers Utilizing Lethal Tradecraft Requiring
John W. Whitehead begins an interview with Carol Rutz, whose A Nation Betrayed “is footnoted documentation of her personal involvement in mind control experiments beginning when she was four years old,” by presenting the origins of MKULTRA and its daughter programs:
In 1953, terrified by rumors of Communist “brainwashing” of prisoners of war during the Korean War, then CIA Director Allen Dulles authorized MKULTRA – a program that quickly became notorious for unusual and inhumane testing that the CIA and U.S. military poured millions of dollars into.… Most of the documents detailing day-to-day operations within MKULTRA were destroyed by the CIA in 1972. These included limitless LSD experiments on unknowing victims, as well as experiments with sensory deprivation, electro-shock, brain implants, hypnosis and various forms of torture.
Among those involved in MKULTRA workings were former Nazi scientists.… Directly following the expatriation of Nazi scientists into the U.S. – under the guise of the newly created project MKULTRA, officially defined as “A CIA Program of Research in Behavioral Modification” – Project BLUEBIRD and ARTICHOKE were formed in the early 1950s. These served as the primary codenames for a massive mind-control campaign – a field many Nazi scientists were specialists in long before the onslaught of WWII.
All the subprograms of MKULTRA…were justified by the CIA as a necessary means to an end – that is, to create dissociative symptoms and disorders, including full multiple personality disorder, for the creation of “Manchurian candidates,” or super-spies to be used on enemies during the
|Declassified photo of a young MK-ULTRA subject, 1961|
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2 “Black project,” Wikipedia.org, at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_project (retrieved: 21 October 2008).
3 “CIA cryptonym,” Wikipedia.org, at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CIA_cryptonym (retrieved: 21 October 2008).
4 “Methodological Review of Agency Data Collection Efforts: Initial Report on the Central Intelligence Agency Document Search,” The George Washington University, at http://www.gwu.edu/~nsarchiv/radiation/dir/mstreet/commeet/meet4/brief4.gfr/tab_j/br4j1.txt (retrieved: 21 May 2008).
5 Uri Dowbenko, “Mind Control Slavery and the New World Order”, 1998, www.mormon.citymax.com, at http://www.mormon.citymax.com/LDSMKUltra.html (retrieved: 18 May 2008).
6 John W. Whitehead, “A Nation Betrayed: Secret Cold War Experiments Performed on Our Children and Other Innocent People,” interview with Carol Rutz, The Rutherford Institute, 18 May 2005, at http://www.rutherford.org/oldspeak/Articles/Interviews/Rutz.html (retrieved: 21 May 2008).
“MK ULTRA: CIA Admits Behavioral Engineering on Humans,” Collective Evolution, 19 January 2013, at http://www.collective-evolution.com/2013/01/19/cia-admits-behavioral-engineering-on-humans-mk-ultra/ (retrieved: 24 February 2013).
MKULTRA, CIA Tradecraft (news group links), SkewsMe.com, at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/cia_tradecraft/links/MKULTRA_001109540354/ (retrieved: 21 May 2008).
Operation Paperclip, CIA Tradecraft (news group links), SkewsMe.com, at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/cia_tradecraft/links/CIA_and_Nazis_001109282937/ (retrieved: 23 October 2008).
“Mind Control & MKULTRA, Cathy O’Brien and Mark Phillips, (Edmonton 2006-07-21),” Google.com video, at http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-7461738120783343519 (retrieved: 21 May 2008). (
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