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Could Someone Be Hypnotized Into Becoming An Assassin? How It Impacts You

Published on 5/2/2019
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There is more to learn about how humans are controlled. 

Here is my answer to a question on Quora.com. "Could Someone Be Hypnotized Into Becoming An Assassin?" 

Why am I sharing this information here?  It is a reminder that WE need to create our own economy outside the chaos called U.S. government, New World Order or by any other name.  

Guiding someone into a relaxed focus, a.k.a. hypnotized, would be a waste of time to condition someone to carry out an assassin operation. Guided relaxation does not condition the unconscious and subconscious mind to the degree one would be willing to be an assassin.

Training someone to be an assassin is a multi-level process—12 to 18 months of well-planned and orchestrated exercises. I have talked with decommissioned CIA assassin operatives, they report the conditioning to create an assassin is top secret, to say the least, and no one assassin operative has the entire picture. When an assassin operative is decommissioned, he/she goes through weeks of reconditioning the unconscious and subconscious mind to ‘forget’ all experiences while functioning as an assassin operative. Although some operatives remember some aspects of each level of conditioning, a complete picture seldom emerges. However, many decommissioned operatives have shared their experiences, thus, a near complete picture of the operatives part in being an assassin is pieced together.

"Sometime in the early Fifties ... assassination became an instrument of U.S. national policy. It also became an important branch of our invisible government, a sizable business, and a separate technology involving weapons and devices the ordinary taxpayer paid billions for but was never permitted to see, except perhaps in the technicolor fantasies of James Bond flicks." --Andrew St. George, journalist for Lifemagazine, cited by Gaeton Fonzi, The Last Investigation

"Young people often ask me whether I would recommend that they apply for a job at the CIA. I used to say, 'Only if you have high degrees of integrity and courage.' Now I tell them that when they are asked to sign the secrecy agreement, they should emulate President George W. Bush by adding a signing statement -- the same kind of disclaimer the President issues when he signs the legislation. Theirs might read, 'None of the above shall be construed as impinging on the undersigned's duty under U.S. and international law....'" --Ray McGovern, former CIA analyst, Time magazine, 1 May 2006

CIA Operative turned NYT best-selling author. "A great deal of the success of the CIA is due to its ability to attract patriotic, good soldiers who believe in the general rightness of what they do, and then insulate them through compartmentalization from the heavier activities." --John Stockwell, former CIA Chief of the Angola Task Force, The Praetorian Guard: The U.S. Role in the New World Order

"Everything is compartmentalized in the government. You're given an order: 'OK. You're going to take this from point A to point B.' That's all you know. You don't know the big picture. You're just operational, at the operational level, doing things that you're made to do." --Jesse Ventura, former Governor of Minnesota, relating his experience as a U.S. Navy SEAL, interviewed on the Opie and Anthony Show, 8 April 2008

"We were conditioned by childhood experiences to believe that these were noble and right things to do -- defending our country from the evils of this, that, and the other... At the lower levels in the CIA, they keep the conditioning going -- the cover stories. You don’t talk punk talk, you don’t talk goon talk, you don’t send a cable to headquarters saying, 'send me out an assassin to knock off somebody.' If you did, you’d get put down, you’d get reprimanded. It's all very high minded. There is some doublespeak and at a certain level, operations are killing people -- certainly. But, especially for the younger officers, they keep the myths going." --John Stockwell, former CIA Chief of the Angola Task Force, in a lecture given at American University entitled, Secret Wars of the CIA, 3 November 1989

"It's called in the intelligence lexicon, 'plausible deniability.' If they [CIA hired guns] perform actions that might embarrass the United States government, they can be denied [as being employed by the government]." --  William Leary, Merton Coulter Professor of History and winner of the Central Intelligence Agency's Studies in Intelligence Award, interviewed in the documentary, Air America: The CIA's Secret Airline  

Case in point-- Patrick Daniel Tillman (November 6, 1976 – April 22, 2004) was an American football player in the National Football League (NFL) who left his sports career and enlisted in the United States Army in June 2002 in the aftermath of the September 11 attacks. Tillman was gunned down by 'friendly fire' because he had put the puzzle together about 9/11 as an inside job. 'Friendly fire' was the plausible cause of death. Whereas, the CIA operative knew the maneuver was strategically planned to knock off Tillman.    

An aspect of plausible deniability was even incorporated into a popular 1960's American TV show: "The American television series Mission: Impossible premiered in September 1966 on the CBS network. Most episodes began with the leader of the Impossible Missions Force (IMF) getting orders from a hidden tape recorder and an envelope of photos and information which explained the mission. The tape always began with "Good Morning Mr. Phelps/Briggs", explained the situation, and ended with "Your mission, should you decide to accept it", with a brief explanation of the goal of the mission, along with a reminder that "as always, should you or any of your IM force be caught or killed, the Secretary will disavow any knowledge of your actions." --Wikipedia

"A lot of times you really didn't even know what the project was. You were told to go to a certain place and accomplish a certain thing. And if you didn't have a need to know, you didn't ask any questions." --Allen Cates, CIA pilot discussing Black Ops in the documentary, Air America: The CIA's Secret Airline

"Any of the contrived situations described above are inherently, extremely risky in our democratic system in which security can be maintained, after the fact, with very great difficulty. If the decision should be made to set up a contrived situation, it should be one in which participation by U.S. personnel is limited only to the most highly trusted covert personnel. This suggests the infeasibility of the use of military units for any aspect of the contrived situation." --part of a 1962 declassified Pentagon document, code-named Operation Northwoods, describing how to pull off a false flag black operation, under the U.S. democratic system, without being exposed.

"If it can be done to John F. Kennedy in 1963, it can be done to another president in the future. And we can't afford to have coup d'etats in America, no matter how cleverly orchestrated and sinisterly contrived they may be. That cannot be permitted to happen. And the way you prevent that from happening is to expose those elements of government and society in this country that were responsible for the killing of John F. Kennedy." --Dr. Cyril Wecht, interviewed in the documentary, The Men Who Killed Kennedy: Part 1: The Coup D'etat

And after many years of denial, the U.S. government has acknowledged 9/11 was another coup d’etats.

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The CIA School of Assassination at Fort Bragg

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