Aaron A. GOLUB
The Search for the Manchurian Candidate:
Fri Apr 20, 2007 22:53

The Search for the Manchurian Candidate: The CIA and Mind Control (Paperback)
Required reading for every American , January 31, 2007
Reviewer: Aaron A. GOLUB (Boston) - See all my reviews

I'd recommend Search for the Manchurian Candidate to every American over high school age so that they may learn from these abuses. While John Marks bases his book on declassified documents that cannot be challenged, few if anyone in the mainstream media ever discuss these things. This fact clearly illustrates the degree of political corruption and major coverups that take place in our so called 'free press'.

Manchurian Candidate lists the CIA's use of prostitutes in luring unsuspecting 'johns' to CIA run brothels so that our intelligence community may monitor the affects of large doses of LSD given to these men without their knowledge. The CIA would also routinely give LSD to one another in order to monitor it's affects. Unfortunately this resulted in the death of CIA agent Frank Olsen who reportedly committed suicide after having an unexpected 'bad trip'. In classic CIA fashion, they tried to cover up his death and denied all wrongdoing. While the truth eventually came out, one has to wonder about the depths of their illegal activities we have yet realize.

While the book is highly detailed and well documented, it only scratches the surface as to how far our intelligence community will go in engaging in illegal activities. Overall it's a great book and I'd recommend it as a starting point for those who are unfamiliar with our government's ongoing MK-ULTRA program. For a more detailed (and disturbing) account of government sponsored mind control, I'd suggest A Nation Betrayed by Carol Rutz.

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