“His response was to fight it with the only weapons at hand—passive resistance and open displays of contempt.” ― Kurt Vonnegut, The Sirens of Titan
Dr. Moss David Posner, M.D. broke the silence 1936-2011, victim of organized stalking, draft resistor, CDC physician, prioners rights activist peaks
“We are controlled everyday, in every way, continuously, and without any recognition of what is taking place. Much of this is deliberate, and is in part by explicit intention; another part is without the awareness of either controller or “controlee.”
I first started thinking about this subject in 1967, when I can across a remarkable book, “Man the Manipulator” by Everett L. Shostrom. [i] In it, the author discusses the subject of manipulation by advertisers, and for the first time as far as I know. While this was recognized in a general sense, as it applied to advertising, it was not generally known—or taught—that there existed a vast science of behavior modification and manipulation, which has been continued and perfected over the last half a century.
After the Korean War, and after brainwashing by the Chinese and North Koreans during the Korean War years[ii] became common knowledge, the general idea of mind manipulation came into the public awareness; but this was considered a world apart and away from Madison Avenue. Unfortunately, these are not as far apart as one might think.
As I have discussed in previous article, there exists a well-documented history of the creation and use of such manipulation. These methods of control, which could be considered abusive and intrusive, are unfortunately well documented; and I can think of no better single source than “The Search for the Manchurian Candidate” by John Marks. In particular, the appearance of Cardinal Josef Mindszenty, who publicly confessed crimes that clearly he did not commit, was the first public demonstration of such a state.
As I described in my previous article, there is a long, deliberate history of such experimentation, starting in the U.S. and in Canada, at virtually every major known American university. They were exported to Nazi Germany, where they were continued under the cover of war but financed generously and independently, and subsequently returned to this country to be continued as MKULTRA, Operation Paperclip, and others. Joost Meerloo a doctor, who was on both sides of the interrogation process, gives one of the more graphic descriptions, and describes this is unnerving detail in “The Rape of the Mind.” I strongly advise anyone who know that they may be triggered by such graphic descriptions to be aware before reading.
Lest anyone think that that’s “all in the past,” think again: As recently as 1995, experimentation in 1991 at Vacaville State Prison in California was documented in a series of articles by Harry Martin and David Caul, in The “Napa Sentinel.”
The apocryphal document on the subject is the notorious “Greenbaum Speech,” another landmark document, originally entitled “Hypnosis in MPD” (Multiple Personality Disorder) and written by Dr. D. Corydon Hammond. For anyone wishing to read this, I strongly urge him or her to be aware that it is virtually assured that this can and will trigger any previously implanted material.
Finally, Carole Smith, a respected Psychoanalyst, has attempted to draw together in a responsible way the history of mental experimentation with its attendant production of mental disorders, with the need for classification as found in the DSM (Diagnostic Statistical and Disease Manual for mental disorders) in “On the Need for New Criteria of Diagnosis of Psychosis in the Light of Mind Invasive Technology.” The fact that such technology exists is now beyond any reasonable doubt.”