By Tesla Telegraph | Guest Post
Curtis Waltman, a journalist with the document-leaking website Muckrock recently received a response to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request that he filed with The Washington State Fusion Centre, a multi-agency counterterrorism centre.
His request was pertaining to the current “culture war” between Antifa and Alt-right groups, and he did receive numerous documents associated with those searches. However, he also got some additional files that he didn’t ask for, and they may actually be the most interesting. For seemingly no reason, a document called “EM effects on human body” also found its way into the file that Waltman received, and inside was various diagrams showing how human minds can be controlled remotely using electromagnetic frequencies.
The diagrams were not made by the fusion centre but were actually taken from an article published in the Australian magazine Nexus in 2006. The article was about a 1992 lawsuit that was filed against the NSA by a man named John St. Clair Akewi. Akewi claimed that the agency was harassing him using remote psychological devices. Akewi claimed in his lawsuit that the NSA has the “ability to assassinate US citizens covertly or run covert psychological control operations to cause subjects to be diagnosed with ill mental health.”
The editor at Nexus attempted to reach Akewi about the lawsuit, but he was not willing to speak on any details about the case.
I tried ringing Mr Akwei to find out what was the outcome, if any, of his court case. He firmly but kindly told me that he could not speak about anything to do with the case over the phone and hung up,” the editor reportedly said.
The diagrams below were used as evidence in Akwei’s case, and while he did say that he did not make them, he would not reveal where they came from. The exact origin of these diagrams are unknown, but it is very strange that The Washington State Fusion Centre, which was formed long after Akwei’s lawsuit, is keeping these types of documents in their files.
Most of the government mind control programs that exist are kept secret but there is one that managed to draw the attention of the public. That program was a government project called “MK Ultra”, a CIA operation that involved very extreme methods of mind control that were tested on the US population. Although the CIA was forbidden to carry out tests on their own citizens they did so anyway and kept the whole operation classified.
The project began in April of 1953, just 6 years after the formation of the CIA and was among the most top secret of government operations. There were 150 “sub-projects” within the MKU program, many involved advanced brainwashing techniques using psychological drugs, sensory deprivation and electroshock therapy.
After 20 years of testing harsh brainwashing methods on unsuspecting US citizens, some of the victims of these tests began asking questions about what had happened to them while they were under the care of doctors that were on the CIA’s payroll. Fearing exposure the Pentagon ordered the MK Ultra program to be terminated and all documents destroyed.
In 1973 CIA director and chief architect of followed through with destroying the evidence, but some papers were misfiled and overlooked. Just a few years later those misfiled papers would come back and haunt the Pentagon as they would expose some of the harsh realities behind the MKU program. After this evidence surfaced dozens of victims came forth claiming to be test subjects in MKU experiments and filed lawsuits against the CIA.
The most recent lawsuit against the CIA for their brainwashing experiments is by far the largest. Three veterans groups in the state of California have brought a case against the CIA claiming that over 78,000 soldiers were used as human guinea pigs to research biological, chemical and psychological weapons. In 2010 A federal judge in San Francisco finally ordered the CIA to produce specific records of the experiments that they conducted on thousands of soldiers from 1950 through 1975.
The agency has been backpedalling for the past 20 years claiming that the details of the MKU program are state secrets and a matter of national security. They have tried every trick in the book to avoid exposure, in this case, even saying that the experiments in question happened so long ago that they can’t legally be held accountable for what happened.
Many people are naive enough to believe that government mind control experiments are a thing of the past that it is limited to MK Ultra, but this one program is likely just scratching the surface of what is actually taking place.
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