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Il faut prévenir les hommes qu'ils sont en danger de mort - la science devient criminelle !...
Albert Einstein

Entre cet 'avertissement' et la 'constatation' suivante - se trouve le fond du problème.


L' ENFER c'est les AUTRES !...

Jean Paul Sartre

Quand aux trop nombreux 'septiques' & 'sceptiques' qui paralysent toute démarche 'libératrice' - sachez que le peu que je sais_ c'est à mon ignorance que je le dois !...


Mind Control

After the end of World War II, German scientists were being held in a variety of detainment camps by the allies. In 1946, President Truman authorized Project Paperclip [2][3][4]
to exploit German scientists for American research, and to deny these
intellectual resources to the Soviet Union. Some reports bluntly pointed
out that they were "ardent Nazis."
They
were considered so vital to the "Cold War" effort, that they would be
brought into the US and Canada. Some of these experts participated in
murderous medical experiments on human subjects at concentration camps. A
1999 report to the Senate and the House said "between 1945 and 1955,
765 scientists, engineers, and technicians were brought to the US under
Paperclip and similar programs." [5] BB 3, NB xi, xii
According to the Central Intelligence Agency's Fact Book, [6]
the NSC (National Security Council) and the CIA were established under
the provisions of the National Security Act of 1947. In December 1947,
the NSC held its first meeting. James Forrestal, the Secretary of
Defense, pushed for the CIA to begin a 'secret war' against the Soviets.
Forrestal's initiative led to the execution of psychological warfare
operations (psy-ops) in Europe. CIA personnel were not opposed to
working with Nazi doctors who had proven to be proficient in breaking
the mind and rebuilding it. In some cases military bases were used to
hide these covert activities. It was decided that the communist threat
was an issue that took priority over constitutional rights. MC 1, 3, 7,
8, NB xvii



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