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No One Forgives The Exemplars


We are living the era of the plausibly-deniable settler-colonialism.

This kind of settler-colonialism demands an extended and continuous diversion.

The exemplar ones they do not get fooled by diversions; therefore, this minority, according to the colonizers perspective, they must remain marginalized and isolated from the societies.

The criminal method of the “mind-control” offers to the colonizers the ability to criminally and inescapably, slander and/or disgrace, anyone who is exemplar or not.

Concluding, the societies which, they do not forgive whatever pseudo-“flaws” they are a direct consequence of externally enforced political repression, these societies they are doomed to willingly loose their most vital minority.


Christos Boumpoulis





The CIA's Secret Quest For Mind Control: Torture, LSD And A 'Poisoner In Chief'

During the early period of the Cold War, the CIA became convinced that communists had discovered a drug or technique that would allow them to control human minds. In response, the CIA began its own secret program, called MK-ULTRA, to search for a mind control drug that could be weaponized against enemies.

MK-ULTRA, which operated from the 1950s until the early '60s, was created and run by a chemist named Sidney Gottlieb. Journalist Stephen Kinzer, who spent several years investigating the program, calls the operation the "most sustained search in history for techniques of mind control."

Some of Gottlieb's experiments were covertly funded at universities and research centers, Kinzer says, while others were conducted in American prisons and in detention centers in Japan, Germany and the Philippines. Many of his unwitting subjects endured psychological torture ranging from electroshock to high doses of LSD, according to Kinzer's research.

"Gottlieb wanted to create a way to seize control of people's minds, and he realized it was a two-part process," Kinzer says. "First, you had to blast away the existing mind. Second, you had to find a way to insert a new mind into that resulting void. We didn't get too far on number two, but he did a lot of work on number one."

Found In The Archives: Military LSD Testing

Kinzer notes that the top-secret nature of Gottlieb's work makes it impossible to measure the human cost of his experiments. "We don't know how many people died, but a number did, and many lives were permanently destroyed," he says.

Ultimately, Gottlieb concluded that mind control was not possible. After MK-ULTRA shut down, he went on to lead a CIA program that created poisons and high-tech gadgets for spies to use.