On July 20, 1977 the US DOJ CIA declassified experiments on humans. Mind control experimentations were being performed in our country for governmental purposes during the 1950’s and after. The US Government insists knowledge of these experiments would gain an advantage in times of war in interrogation. However, the truth is human experimentation was at it’s highest during the turn of the twentieth century in Europe and highly developed nations.
MKUltra is the coined phrase for the mind control experimentations conducted in the US. The Department of Justice, Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has released these documents to the public through the Freedom of Information Act. The Library of Congress notes that Joseph L RauL managed the correspondence in documentation of several of these experiments.
The irony of the US conducting mind control experiment is appalling, yet in times of war or espionage information is more powerful than might. Many US citizens may believe that spies are of the past or did not have an impact on our country, but the cloak-and-dagger operations has separated the US from every other country in the world. Thomas Knowlton was America’s first spy commissioned by George Washington to perform reconnaissance missions in Rhode Island and Massachusetts which was pivotal in the early battle of the Revolutionary War. The CIA is the very best at procuring intelligence, but conducting these mind control experimentations on human subjects have placed the US on level of Hitler’s NAZI Germany.