CIA’S RADICALIZATION PRACTICES
Mark Frauenfelder, “How the CIA created the Unabomber,” BoingBoing, 9 May 2014:
Alston Chase, “Harvard and the Making of the Unabomber,” Atlantic, June 2000:
I-Team, “Whitey Bulger’s Notebook Chronicles LSD Prison Testing,” Boston CBS, 7 July 2011:
Bulger once volunteered for a secret CIA program studying the effects of LSD on humans and now the I-Team has obtained a notebook in which Whitey wrote down his thoughts and fears about taking the mind altering drug.
While in federal prison for bank robbery in the late 1950’s and early 1960’s, Bulger volunteered to take part in the covert CIA program called MK-ULTRA in exchange for time off from his sentence.
Mark Ames and Alexander Zaitchik, “James Bond and the killer bag lady,” Salon, 2 December 2012:
The Stanford Research Institute received CIA funding, and Dr. Melges published work about using drugs and hypnosis to create “disassociative states,” i.e., induced schizophrenia. One of Melges’ partners on these experiments was a doctor named Leo E. Hollister, who first dosed Ken Kesey with LSD as part of an Army experiment in 1960. He later admitted to author John Marks that he conducted drug research for the CIA. Marks’ 1979 book, “The Search for the Manchurian Candidate,” contains numerous such revelations about other government researchers.
In other words, the doctor who cared for Lang in Santa Clara was a senior figure at one of the CIA’s top institutional grantees.
Joe Stephens and David B. Ottaway, “From U.S., the ABC’s of Jihad,” Washington Post, 23 March 2002:
Historycommons, “1984-1994: CIA Funds Militant Textbooks for Afghanistan”:
Fauzia Nouristani, “USAID –Politics of Aid and Education in Afghanistan,” Education Policy Talk, 19 March 2014:
Some of the examples of the books distributed by USAID clearly show the US policy agenda: “If out of 10 atheists, 5 are killed by 1 Muslim, 5 would be left. 5 guns + 5 guns = 10 guns; 15 bullets – 10 bullets = 5 bullets, etc.” (Stephens and Ottoway, 2002). These books educated generations of Afghan refugee children to know nothing but war and violence.
Glenn Hefley, “How Generations Were Raised to believe in jihad,” GHefly.com, 6 July 2015:
The MKULTRA subproject, #98, for mass conversion FOIA.
And just so you can see how old and widespread the problem of deceit is with regards to warfare and the question of “whodunnit,” an incredible list of false-flag type narratives spanning the globe and the past century:
Washington’s Blog, “False Flag Terror. A Historical Overview,” via GlobalResearch, 11 September 2015:
Similarly, seeing the end of the Cold War coming upon us, we had books like this in the US. Note how these two separate narratives meant a confrontation was inevitable.
Christopher Dobson and Ronald Payne, The Terrorists: Their Weapons, Leaders and Tactics, 1979, Facts On File publisher.