Other Truths - Atrocities committed by the U.S. governmental officials including MK Ultra (mind control), Pedophilia, Sex slaves, Human experimentation, Torture, etc.

IMPORTANT: The first 3 listings here document past and current involvement of U.S. presidents, vice presidents, senators and representatives, some of whom are currently running for office or are now in office.

The criminal Hillary Clinton - Bill and Hillary Clinton have always been participants in the CIA mkultra program (now known as Marathon). This web site documents Hillary's crimes perpetrated against former CIA mind control slave Cathy O'Brien.

Books on MK Ultra and by MK Ultra survivors

Trance formation of America, by Cathy O'Brien, 1995.

Freely available online at: http://torrentchannel.com/Cathy_OBrien__Mark_Philips_-_Trance_Formation_of_America_MKULTRA_-_1995.pdf
Project MKULTRA (U.S.)
Women slaves -- United States -- Biography.
Sexual abuse victims -- United States -- Biography.
Ritual abuse victims -- United States -- Biography.
Torture victims -- United States -- Biography.
Slavery -- United States.
Brainwashing -- United States.
United States. Central Intelligence Agency -- Corrupt practices.
United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration -- Corrupt practices.
Drug traffic -- United States.
Presidents -- Sexual behavior -- United States.
Vice-Presidents -- Sexual behavior -- United States.
Clinton, Bill, 1946- -- Conduct of life.
Cheney, Richard B. -- Conduct of life.
Clinton, Hillary Rodham -- Conduct of life.
Bush, George, 1924- -- Conduct of life.
Reagan, Ronald -- Conduct of life.
Legislators -- Sexual behavior -- United States.
Byrd, Robert C. -- Conduct of life.
Priests -- Sexual behavior -- United States.
Catholic Church -- Corrupt practices.
Organ trafficking -- United States.
Child molesters -- Political aspects -- United States.
Prostitution -- Political aspects -- United States.
Sex offenders -- Political aspects -- United States.
Drug traffic -- Political aspects -- United States.
Bohemian Club (San Francisco, Calif.) -- Corrupt practices.

The Franklin scandal : a story of powerbrokers, child abuse & betrayal, by Nick Bryant, 2009

White House "call boys," midnight tours of the White House by young boys, Barney Frank's involvement.

Project MKULTRA, the CIA's program of research in behavioral modification : joint hearing before the Select Committee on Intelligence and the Subcommittee on Health and Scientific Research of the Committee on Human Resources, United States Senate, Ninety-fifth Congress, first session, August 3, 1977.

OCLC #512618738

Freely available online at:

Monarch: the new Phoenix Program, by Marshall G. Thomas, 2007. OCLC# 176942971

Phoenix Program -- History of US govt human experimentation -- Eugenics -- Human radiation studies -- Elmer Allen granddaughter testimony -- Agent Orange -- Cold War 1945-1995 -- Doolittle -- McCarthyism -- Operation Paperclip -- Reinhardt Gehlen -- Operation Mockingbird -- Operation Northwoods -- MKULTRA -- Brainwashing-USSR, China, US -- Helms, Gottlieb -- Allen Dulles -- Estabrooks -- Cameron -- MKULTRA-1960s, 1970s -- Helms, Aldrich, Pandora, Delgado, Jolly West -- MKULTRA victim testimony -- Valerie Wolfe, Claudia Mullen, Chris DeNicola -- Programming levels -- Non-lethal weapons -- Greenham Common -- DOD/DOJ -- Iraq -- Cults: Aquino, Moon, FMSF -- Remote viewing -- Trojan Horse -- Cointelpro -- CIA blowback -- Golden Triangle -- Ed Wilson -- Katherine Griggs -- Guatemala organ donors -- Directed energy weapons USSR -- Woodpecker -- Directed energy weapons scientists -- SDI/HAARP -- Military doctrine -- MindWar -- The Aviary -- Patents/spin-offs -- Implants -- ADS -- Milliwave radar -- CIA/Corporate proprietaries -- SAIC -- Hadron -- DynCorp -- Operation Cyclone -- Law -- Girard -- John Glenn -- Akwei -- Milgram -- Street Theater -- TI experience -- Weed and seed -- End game.

A nation betrayed: the chilling true story of secret cold war experiments performed on our children and other innocent people, by Carol Rutz, 2001.

Carol's site

Mind controlled sex slaves and the CIA : a collection of essays and interviews about Project Monarch, by Tracy Twyman, Rick Redfern & Commander X, 2008.

ISBN: 9781606110188
Not in OCLC! Ask your library to buy it.
I can hypnotize a man into committing treason / Nick Redfern -- The mind controlled courier -- MK-Ultra and more -- "The Agency is engaging in unethical and illicit activities" -- Waiving the law -- The programs -- MK-Naomi -- Ultra-controversial -- The materials -- Delta -- The Canadian experiments -- The General Accounting Office report -- Sex, hypnotic slaves and mind control -- Mind-manipulation in later years -- Alien abductions and mind control -- The Sedona experiment -- The Stepford whores: mind controlled sex slaves and the CIA / Tracy R. Twyman -- The most dangerous game: an interview with Cathy O'Brien -- Access granted: an interview with Mark Phillips -- Where's Johnny? an interview with Noreen Gosch -- The Franklin cover-up: an interview with John DeCamp -- The Finders: an interview with Ted Gunderson -- False memories: an interview with Pamela Freyd -- Postscript: Satanic ritual abuse and sex slavery in the new millennium / Tracy R. Twyman -- Some final thoughts / Commander X.

The CIA doctors : human rights violations by American psychiatrists, by Colin A. Ross. 2006

ISBN: 9780976550806
Available in OCLC under it's previous title: Bluebird : deliberate creation of multiple personality by psychiatrists, 2000.
I. Historical background: Project Paperclip -- The Tuskeegee syphylis study -- Radiation experiments -- II. Cold War mind control experimentation: Bluebird and Artichoke -- MKUltra and MKSearch -- Other CIA mind control programs -- LSD experiments -- Brain electrode implants -- Non-lethal weapons -- Dr. Louis Jolyon West -- Dr. Martin Orne -- Dr. Ewen Cameron -- Johns Hopkins University -- Other doctors in the Network -- III. G.H. Estabrooks -- IV. Case histories: Linda MacDonald -- Mary Ray -- Palle Hardrup -- Patty Hearst -- Candy Jones -- Sirhan Sirhan -- Mark David Chapman -- V. Conclusions: Iatrogenic multiple personality disorder -- The reality of the Manchurian Candidate.

Unshackled : a survivor's story of mind control, by Kathleen Sullivan, 2003

Thanks for the memories : the truth has set me free! : the memoirs of Bob Hope's and Henry Kissinger's mind-controlled slave, by Brice Taylor, 1999.

Web sites and videos of/by MK Ultra survivors:

Interview with Svali, Illuminati defector part 1 ... Svali interview, part 2

Article about Svali on Rense website

Mauri's site

Gulf War Veterans

United States dual-use exports to Iraq and their impact on the health of the Persian Gulf War veterans : hearing before the Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs, United States Senate ... on United States chemical and biological warfare-related dual-use exports to Iraq and their possible impact on the health consequences of the Persian Gulf War, 1994.

Lots more here at the Gulf War Veterans website

Human Radiation Experiments

Declassified: Human Experimentation - part 1 (video) part 2 part 3 part 4 part 5

From the end of WWII through the Cold War, the US government performed military experiments on hundreds of thousands of unwitting Americans across the country. This startling program probes long-hidden government files to reveal how, for three decades, an untold number of civilians and military personnel became human guinea pigs. Discover how, as part of the infamous Manhattan Project, scientists injected plutonium into patients in a hospital in New York. Learn how thousands of military personnel were involved in the government's testing of hydrogen and atomic bombs in the Nevada desert from 1951 to 1963, and meet former students of a Minnesota school where children unknowingly participated in secret tests in the early 50's.

Advisory Committee on Human Radiation Experiments : final report, by the U.S. Advisory Committee on Human Radiation Experiments, 1995.

Freely available at: http://hss.energy.gov/healthsafety/ohre/roadmap/achre/summary.html

From the Executive summary:
There was no easy way to identify how many experiments had been conducted, where they took place, and which government agencies had sponsored them. Nor was there a quick way to learn what rules applied to these experiments for the period prior to the mid-1960s. With the assistance of hundreds of federal officials and agency staff, the Committee retrieved and reviewed hundreds of thousands of government documents. Some of the most important documents were secret and were declassified at our request. Even after this extraordinary effort, the historical record remains incomplete. Some potentially important collections could not be located and were evidently lost or destroyed years ago. Nevertheless, the documents that were recovered enabled us to identify nearly 4,000 human radiation experiments sponsored by the federal government between 1944 and 1974. In the great majority of cases, only fragmentary data was locatable; the identity of subjects and the specific radiation exposures involved were typically unavailable. Given the constraints of information, even more so than time, it was impossible for the Committee to review all these experiments, nor could we evaluate the experiences of countless individual subjects. We thus decided to focus our investigation on representative case studies reflecting eight different categories of experiments that together addressed our charge and priorities. These case studies included:
* experiments with plutonium and other atomic bomb materials
* the Atomic Energy Commission's program of radioisotope distribution
* nontherapeutic research on children
* total body irradiation
* research on prisoners
* human experimentation in connection with nuclear weapons testing
* intentional environmental releases of radiation
* observational research involving uranium miners and residents of the Marshall Islands

Although the AEC, the Defense Department and the National Institutes of Health recognized at an early date that research should proceed only with the consent of the human subject, there is little evidence of rules or practices of consent except in research with healthy subjects. It was commonplace during the 1940s and 1950s for physicians to use patients as subjects of research without their awareness or consent. By contrast, the government and its researchers focused with substantial success on the minimization of risk in the conduct of experi ments, particularly with respect to research involving radioiso topes. But little attention was paid during this period to issues of fairness in the selection of subjects.

During the 1944-1974 period, the government conducted several hundred intentional releases of radiation into the environment for research purposes.

The greatest harm from past experiments and intentional releases may be the legacy of distrust they created. Hundreds of intentional releases took place in secret, and remained secret for decades. Important discussion of the policies to govern human experimentation also took place in secret. Information about human experiments was kept secret out of concern for embarrassment to the government, potential legal liability, and worry that public misunderstanding would jeopardize government programs.

In a few instances, people used as experimental subjects and their families were denied the opportunity to pursue redress for possible wrongdoing because of actions taken by the government to keep the truth from them. Where programs were legitimately kept secret for national security reasons, the government often did not create or maintain adequate records, thereby preventing the public, and those most at risk, from learning the facts in a timely and complete fashion.

Human research can still be conducted in secret today, and under some conditions informed consent in secret research can be waived.
Events that raise the same concerns as the intentional releases in the Committee's charter could take place in secret today under current environmental laws.

The government should deliver a personal, individualized apology and provide financial compensation to those subjects of human radiation experiments, or their next of kin, in cases where:
efforts were made by the government to keep information secret from these individuals or their families, or the public, for the purpose of avoiding embarrassment or potential legal liability, and where this secrecy had the effect of denying individuals the opportunity to pursue potential grievances.
there was no prospect of direct medical benefit to the subjects, or interventions considered controversial at the time were presented as standard practice, and physical injury attributable to the experiment resulted.

Secrecy: Balancing National Security and the Public Trust
Current policies do not adequately safeguard against the recurrence of the kinds of events we studied that fostered distrust. The Advisory Committee concludes that there may be special circumstances in which it may be necessary to conduct human research or intentional releases in secret. However, to the extent that the government conducts such activities with elements of secrecy, special protections of the rights and interests of individuals and the public are needed.
Research involving human subjects. The Advisory Committee recommends the adoption of federal policies requiring:
the informed consent of all human subjects of classified research. This requirement should not be subject to exemption or waiver.
that classified research involving human subjects be permitted only after the review and approval of an independent panel of appropriate nongovernmental experts and citizen representa tives, all with the necessary security clearances.
Environmental releases. There must be independent review to assure that the action is needed, that risk is minimized, and that records will be kept to assure a proper accounting to the public at the earliest date consistent with legitimate national security con cerns. Specifically, the Committee recommends that:
Secret environmental releases of hazardous substances should be permitted only after the review and approval of an inde pendent panel. This panel should consist of appropriate, nongovernmental experts and citizen representatives, all with the necessary security clearances.
An appropriate government agency, such as the Environmental Protection Agency, should maintain a program directed at the oversight of classified programs, with suitably cleared personnel.

Secrets of the Federal Reserve / Eustice Mullins, 1983.

Freely available online:
http://www.archive.org/details/TheSecretsOfTheFederalReserve "I found that notwithstanding our successes in the Wars of Independence of 1812 against England, we remained an economic and financial colony of Great Britain. For the first time, we located the original stockholders of the Federal Reserve Banks and traced their parent companies to the London Connection."--p. 3.

"...The Federal Reserve System is not Federal; it has no reserves; and it is not a system at all, but rather, a criminal syndicate."--p. 4.

"The Federal Reserve proposal was unconstitutional from its inception, because the Federal Reserve System was to be a bank of issue. Article I, Sec. 8, Par. 5 of the Constitution expressly charges Congress with "the power to coin money and regulate the value thereof." Warburg's plan would deprive Congress of its sovereignity, and the systems of checks and balances of power set up by Thomas Jefferson in the Constitution would now be destroyed. Administrators of the proposed system would control the nation's money and credit, and would themselves be approved by the executive department of the government. The judicial department (the Supreme Court, etc.) was already virtually controlled by the executive department through presidential appointment to the bench."--p. 15.

US Electromagnetic Weapons and Human Rights : a study of the history of US intelligence community human rights violations and continuing research in electromagnetic weapons / Peter Phillips, Lew Brown, and Bridget Thornton. 2006. OCLC#696022749

Freely available at: http://www.projectcensored.org/wp-content/uploads/2010/05/ElectromegnaticWeapons.pdf

"This research explores the current capabilities of the US military to use electromagnetic (EMF) devices to harass, intimidate, and kill individuals and the continuing possibilities of violations of human rights by the testing and deployment of these weapons. To establish historical precedent in the US for such acts, we document long-term human rights and freedom of thought violations by US military/intelligence organizations. Additionally, we explore contemporary evidence of on-going government research in EMF weapons technologies and examine the potentialities of continuing human rights abuses."--P. 1.

Research statement -- American ruling class -- Neo-conservatism -- Global dominance -- Psychological war -- Telsa and EMF -- MK-ULTRA -- Illegal experimentation -- The scientists -- Exposure of MKULTRA -- EMF weapons research -- Project Sheriff -- Pulsed energy projectiles -- Directed acoustics -- Neurological technology -- Implants -- Expert interviews: Valdimir Lopatin, Carol Smith, Dean Radin, Nick Begich -- DOD military contractors -- Human rights and EMF testing -- Directed energy prof. society -- Human rights and cognitive liberty -- Total surveillance.

Electromagnetic devices -- Health aspects -- United States.
Electromagnetic devices -- Moral and ethical aspects -- United States.
Directed-energy weapons -- Health aspects -- United States.
Directed-energy weapons -- Moral and ethical aspects -- United States.
Nonlethal weapons -- Health aspects -- United States.
Nonlethal weapons -- Moral and ethical aspects -- United States.
Military-industrial complex -- Corrupt practices -- United States.
Weapons industry -- Corrupt practices -- United States.
Intelligence service -- Corrupt practices -- United States.
Crimes against humanity -- United States.
Human rights -- United States.
Psychological warfare -- United States.

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