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Declassified Docs Reveal Full Horror Of CIA Mind Control Program

Recently declassified CIA documents reveal the horrific depths to which a U.S. government-sponsored mind control program (MK Ultra) sank to in the 1950’s and 60’s.  Project MKUltra was designed to create assassins and “super spies” out of ordinary U.S. citizens – who underwent traumatic experimentation by the CIA without consent or knowledge of what was taking place. Cultureofawareness.com reports: I’ve decided to copy the declassified CIA documents directly from WantToKnow.info instead of paraphrasing them so they sink in. Here’s some information from Want to Know about these documents and the continuation of the programs they discuss: “Though dating from the 1950s and 60s, these revealing documents were not released for decades for reasons of ‘national security.’ “The U.S. government claims mind control experiments are no longer being carried out, yet how can we know? The existence of these programs was denied for decades, and certainly any recent documents would be classified secret under the rubric of ‘national security.’” “A trusted CIA informant I know assures me that these programs are ongoing. These disturbing methods are used by various countries in clandestine operations around the world. Many might prefer not to look at these ugly wounds to the soul of our nation and world. Yet […] Your News Wire

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