by Jon Bowne
After the allied victory in Europe of World War II on May 8, 1945, the Office of Strategic Services, the intelligence agency formed during the war conducted Operation Paperclip, a program in which over 1,500 Nazi German scientists, technicians, and engineers were smuggled into the United States.
President Truman’s order concerning Operation Paperclip expressly excluded anyone even remotely associated with the Nazi party, however, the Joint Intelligence Objectives Agency, a subcommittee of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, quietly created false employment and political biographies for the scientists.
The JIOA expunged from public record all Nazi Party affiliations the scientists had.
From this exodus of evil sprung a variety of mind control operations.
In the summer of 1975, congressional Church Committee reports and the presidential Rockefeller Commission report revealed to the public for the first time that the CIA and the Department of Defense had conducted experiments on both unwitting and cognizant human subjects as part of an extensive program to influence and control human behavior through the use of psychoactive drugs such as LSD and mescaline.
In 1973, due to the widespread panic caused by Watergate, CIA Director Richard Helms ordered all MKUltra files destroyed, and most were; however, bureaucratic red tape bungling allowed 20,000 documents to survive as they had been incorrectly stored in a financial records building and were discovered following a Freedom of Information Act request.
Following the recommendations of the Church Committee, in 1976 President Gerald Ford issued the first Executive Order on intelligence activities which, among other things, prohibited “experimentation with drugs on human subjects, except with the informed consent, in writing and witnessed by a disinterested party, of each such human subject” and in accordance with the guidelines issued by the National Commission.
Subsequent orders by Presidents Carter and Reagan expanded the directive to apply to any human experimentation.
Regardless, the CIA vigorously continued its mind control operations.
Now, artificial intelligence technology allows the CIA to manipulate random U.S. citizens, unleashing all of the techniques that have been perfected in the shadows on U.S. citizens for decades.