Neo-Nazis: America’s Inner War With Military & Mind Control, Part 4

posted by Dr. Jael Ever @ 16:27 PM
August 17, 2012

    The backgrounds of both Wade Michael Page and James Eagen Holmes––recently accused mass killers in Wisconsin and Colorado––indicate that they both may have been MKUltra experiment subjects, or otherwise involved in psychiatric mind-control experiments and drugs.

In, Paul Joseph Watson and Alex Jones point out that Page  “worked in psychological operations while he was with the U.S. Army [from]. . . April 1992 until October 1998.” They also point to other ‘similarities’ between Page and Holmes, in that the latter was treated at the University of Colorado by “psychiatrist Dr. Lynne Fenton, a former U.S. Air Force doctor.”

MKUltra is the label for ‘illegal’ military and CIA attempts to find a fool- proof truth serum––i.e. drug––during the cold war.  But according to Paul Watson, “14-year CIA veteran Victor Marchetti insists that the program is ongoing and has not been abandoned.”  Such mind-control drug manipulation started in Hitler’s Germany during World War II.  Many of those ‘doctors’ came to the U.S.

In the case of Holmes, posits that Aurora, Colorado, Police Chief goes out of his way to discount such drug control theories. How can it be dismissed when Holmes’ research and subsequent actions may have been involved in mind-altering neuroscience research?

As that blog says, Holmes’ “actions clearly show a strange detachment from reality, indicating he was not in his right mind.  That can only typically be accomplished through drugs, hypnosis or trauma (and sometimes all three).”

In “James Holmes Is Behaving Like Sirhan Sirhan,” Watson additionally points out that “Holmes, a neuroscience student, was also fascinated with mind control.  During his time at Salk Institute of Biological Studies, Holmes designed a computer program to alter mental states using flicker rates.”

Sadly, beginning in the mid-20th century, Christian colleges, seminaries and churches, began replacing Biblical accounts of demon possession with studies of psychology and psychiatry.  Just as psychiatric methods of mind control are said to take over the minds and wills of victims, demonic spirits––Biblicly known as devils––were doing so in both Old and New Testament accounts.

But following the dictates of anti-christian book ‘studies,’ rather than considering these spiritual phenomenon, modern medicine looks to drug-controlled mental collapse to explain murderous behavior.  However, during His ministry,  Jesus Christ cast demons out of victims and taught His disciples to do the same:

“Then he called his twelve disciples together, and gave them power and authority over all devils, and to cure diseases (Luke 9: 1).” Jesus also instructed His disciples that freeing the demon-possessed was part of their ministries:  “Heal the sick, cleanse the lepers, raise the dead, cast out devils: . . . (Matthew 10: 8a).”  It is shameful that so many who call themselves Christians today prefer demonic non-healing methods.

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