Search for the Manchurian Candidate

The Search for the Manchurian Candidate: The CIA and Mind Control: The Secret History of the Behavioral Sciences by John Marks

Image result* Subproject 58: MKULTRA: J. P. Morgan and Co. (see Wasson file) Agency Policy and Conferences-Fungi-Mushrooms-Hallucinogenic Species

Search for the Manchurian Candidate, John Marks, ch. 7:

SOURCE: druglibrary.org/schaffer/lsd/marks7.htm

 

Subproject 68: MKULTRA: Cameron, McGill University

The Search for the Manchurian Candidate, John Marks, ch. 8

SOURCE: druglibrary.org/schaffer/lsd/marks8.htm

It was planned destructiveness. First, you’d check to see if you could destroy a man’s marriage. If you could, then that would be enough to put a lot of stress on the individual, to break him down. Then you might start a minor rumor campaign against him. Harass him constantly. Bump his car in traffic. A lot of it is ridiculous, but it may have a cumulative effect.

Search for the Manchurian Candidate, John Marks, ch. 10:

SOURCE: druglibrary.org/schaffer/lsd/marks10.htm

 

* Subproject 143: MKULTRA CBW/Bacteria University of Houston-Sabotage-Microbial Growth-Petroleum Products-Aldehydes-Amines-Bacteria Stimulation-Caseian Hydrolyzate-Ketones-Microbial Degradation-Oil Coolants-Peptone-Phenols-Quaternary Ammonium Compound

{ For example, under MKULTRA Subproject #143, the Agency gave Dr. Edward Bennett of the University of Houston about $20,000 a year to develop bacteria to sabotage petroleum products. Bennett found a substance that, when added to oil, fouled or destroyed any engine into which it was poured. CIA operators used exactly this kind of product in 1967 when they sent a sabotage team made up of Cuban exiles into France to pollute a shipment of lubricants bound for Cuba. The idea was that the tainted oil would “grind out motors and cause breakdowns,” says an Agency man directly involved. This operation, which succeeded, was part of a worldwide CIA effort that lasted through the 1960s into the 1970s to destroy the Cuban economy. Agency officials reasoned, at least in the first years, that it would be easier to overthrow Castro if Cubans could be made unhappy with their standard of living. “We wanted to keep bread out of the stores so people were hungry,” says the CIA man who was assigned to anti-Castro operations. “We wanted to keep rationing in effect and keep leather out, so people got only one pair of shoes every 18 months.”
The Search for the Manchurian Candidate, Chapter 12 }

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