Cultocracy note :
In their insane quest for power and profit , deep state organizations and their paymasters have committed some of the worst atrocities against human beings you can ever imagine . Much of the ‘work’ was experimental and all of the victims were non-consenting . The ‘research’ was a continuation of similar programs carried out by the Nazi’s in the concentration camps of WWII .
Similar programmes have been conducted in the UK .
Current research is centered around brain computer interfaces (BCI) and artificial intelligence (AI) . Other research is focused on nano technology , genetic manipulation and augmentation .
Most programmes are ongoing .
As always the keyword is control .
· CBC News
Survivors Allied Against Government Abuse includes victims in brainwashing experiments in Montreal
A group of Canadians affected by CIA brainwashing experiments conducted at McGill University’s Allan Memorial Institute met for the first time on Sunday to start organizing for a public apology and compensation from the federal government through a possible class-action.
Around 40 people gathered at a Montreal condo to share their stories, cry and support each other. The pain, many said, was palpable in the room.
“The government should offer an apology and there should be recognition of the injustice that was done,” says Gina Blasbalg, who became a patient at the Allan in her teens in 1959, and drove with her husband from Richmond, B.C., to attend the weekend meeting.
Survivors Allied Against Government Abuse (SAAGA), as the group calls itself, includes both victims and family members of people who were unwitting participants in brainwashing experiments conducted under the supervision of Dr. Ewen Cameron, director of the psychiatric hospital between 1943 and 1964.
Cameron, co-founder of the World Psychiatric Association and president of various other psychiatric associations over his career, ran “depatterning” and “psychic driving” experiments that attempted to erase a patient’s memories and reprogram them with new thoughts.
He tested experimental drugs like LSD and PCP, medically induced sleep for extended periods, and oversaw extreme forms of electroshock therapy and sensory deprivation. Many of his patient’s brains were then left damaged.
The federal government provided Cameron with more than $500,000 between 1950 and 1965 — $4 million in today’s dollars — along with a smaller amount of funding from the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency, using a front organization called the Society for the Investigation of Human Ecology.
Today, many people argue that Cameron’s experiments are part of the foundation for contemporary psychological torture techniques.
Read the full article here at CBC