Alex Constantine - February 6, 2008
Also See: "Britney Spears' Multiple Personalities to Blame for Bizarre Behavior"
The average American prole has a hard time facing the fact that the homeland has been ruled by Nazi collaborators and fascists who have engaged in unconscionable crimes for some 50 years - while the proles picked their noses, turned to religion or drugs or belly-button pop music for comfort, and learned to take their programming without a peep from cable perception management outlets. (So, if you fit this description, catch on or wallow in the inanities of the culture at large. Mind control is a prole problem, ultimately, and those who laugh at victims - eg. Britney Spears, possibly, or Patty Hearst, without a doubt - are, ironically, the most severely controlled. If you doubt this, consider the political moonshine that streams from a devotee of Fox News - that's mind control programming. The viewer doesn't realize it, but he's a tamed Good German pet on a leash with no more insight into reality than a trained seal. He's also somewhat amusing in his own right ... )
Another kind of mind control may have its hooks into a young performer perpetually in the public eye.
The New York Times, on February 1, laid out some of the serious issues beneath the guffaws of the TV commentators and proles:
"Don’t roll your eyes just yet. There are substantial issues to talk about in this episode, even though it involves a celebrity so many of us are just sick to blazes of hearing about. An article in The Los Angeles Times this morning explores them.
To start with, Ms. Spears did not sign herself in to the hospital, and the incident apparently can’t be chalked up to mere attention-seeking on her part: Family and friends seem to have been trying to force her to get help, and it was her psychiatrist who called the cops. So one issue that arises is involuntary commitment, a concept that sends shudders of dread or anger through many people. The L.A. Times article nutshells it this way:
"'Some believe that virtually any attempt to commit someone involuntarily is a step backward, a reminder of dark days of asylums, forced lobotomies and, more recently, the use of forced restraints and long periods of seclusion.'
"'Others call that wrongheaded and say that with enough protections in place, some people who suffer from mental illness but do not agree that they are sick can be helped by compelled treatment. Failing to compel treatment is akin to denying chemotherapy to a cancer patient, people on that side of the debate say.'
"An image from TMZ.com’s video clip of the police motorcade escorting Britney Spears to the hospital in an ambulance early Thursday. The article also details the rather elaborate lengths the L.A.P.D. went to in getting her from her home to the hospital, not to mention the expense ($25,000):
"'Early Thursday morning, the plan was executed with about two dozen police officers, a helicopter and a special team that took Spears out through a gate in an ambulance with covered windows to prevent photographers from looking inside. Police blocked roads so she couldn’t be followed.'
"That raises several questions about the role of the police, one of which is whether the police should be in the mental health business at all. ... "
"Britney Spears was released back into the wild today after a week spent in captivity at the UCLA Medical Center mental health ward."
This would be the UCLA Neuropsychiatric Institute - former home of the CIA's Louis J. West, who coordinated all mind control activity for the Agency on the west coast. He was also the psychiatric "expert" who "examined" Jack Ruby (who had an "epileptic fit" that caused him to inadvertently shoot patsy Lee Oswald, supposedly) and Patty Hearst, a known multiple personality, during her trial:
CIA CULTS & ANTI-CULTS
By Alex Constantine
Posted January 1997
J.S.: Alex, do you have any information concerning Dr. Louis Jolyon West, Margaret Singer and CIA connections?
A.C.: From Virtual Government:
"CIA observers everywhere choked when CNN announced that a psychological trauma team, mustered by the American Psychological Association, would converge in Oklahoma City to treat survivors of the explosion and the victims' families -- led by none other than Dr. Louis Jolyon West of UCLA's Neuropsychiatric Institute, the breeding ground of some of the most necrotizing Dr. Strangeloves in the mind-control business. Alumni emeritus of the Institute include Dr. Ross Adey, a former NASA brain scientist with much experience working alongside Nazi doctors who resettled in the U.S. after the war....
"Dr. West is a sinister creation of the Agency's mind-control fraternity. Among other totalitarian projects, he has studied the use of drugs as "adjuncts to interpersonal manipulation or assault," and employed pioneers in the field of remote electronic brain experimentation at UCLA.
"West has recommended to federal officials that drugs be used to control "bothersome" political segments of the population:
"'This method, foreseen by Aldous Huxley [in Brave New World (1932)], has the governing element employing drugs selectively to manipulate the governed in various ways. In fact, it may be more convenient and perhaps even more economical to keep the growing numbers of chronic drug users (especially of the hallucinogens) fairly isolated and also out of the labor market, with its millions of unemployed.
"'To society, the communards with their hallucinogenic drugs are probably less bothersome -- and less expensive -- if they are living apart than if they are engaging in alternative modes of expressing their alienation, such as active, organized, vigorous political protest and dissent.'"
Another cite concerning the signally fascistic Dr. West:
"In 'Pseudo-Identity and the Treatment of Personality Change in Victims of Captivity and Cults' (1994), Dr. Louis 'Jolly' West examines the creation of "changelings," or dissociative personalities that enable the subject of mind-control conditioning to adapt to trauma. 'Prolonged environmental stress,' UCLA's own ranking CIA mind-control specialist observed (in a drastic departure from the public stance of the False Memory Syndrome Foundation, an organization he formerly directed as an advisory board member, on multiplicity), 'or life situations profoundly different from the usual, can disrupt the normally integrative functions of personality. Individuals subjected to such forces may adapt through dissociation by generating an altered persona, or pseudo-identity.'
"Patricia Hearst (examined by Dr. West for trial) hosted an alternate personality named 'Pearl,' he offers, a manifestation more distinct and individuated than 'Tania.' The newspaper heiress was subjected to a regimen of 'persuasive coercion' (a very personal form of harassment by an organized group, any form of intimidation short of violence) and trauma-induced programmimg (of a sort developed by CIA specialists like Dr. West) - 'violently abducted by members of the [CIA-mustered] Symbionese Liberation Army in February of 1974, brutalized, raped, tortured, and forced to participate in illegal acts beginning with the bank robbery for whi
ch she was later (in our view wrongly) convicted.
The traumatic kidnapping and subsequent 2 months of torture produced in her a state of emotional regression and fearful compliance with the demands and expectations of her captors. This was quickly followed by the coerced transformation of Patty into Tania and subsequently (less well known to the public) into Pearl, after additional trauma over a period of many months (Hearst & Moscow, 1988; The Trial of Patty Hearst, 1976).
Tania was a role coerced on pain of death; it was Pearl who later represented the pseudo-identity which was found on psychiatric examination by one of us (West) shortly after Hearst's arrest by the FBI. Chronic symptoms of PTSD were also prominent in this case.'"
J.S.: At the ISSD conference, the keynote speaker, Stephen Marmer, began his terrible talk with references to his mentors at UCLA. One of them was West. Then another person I know mentioned knowing Margaret Singer, and thinks she "doesn't understand the basis of mind control very well."
A.C.: She understands it with Panavision clarity. Singer, who worked with Jolly at the community-based Haight-Ashbury LSD culture lab, hails from the Fund for Human Ecology days when she worked on CIA "brainwashing" projects with Robert Jay Lifton, another "scholar," the author of _The Nazi Doctors_, which is short on names and long on the study of converting medical professionals into Nazi sadists. She has also been on the board of the American Family Foundation (AFF), another appendage of the CFF, a particularly oily, very "right-wing" CIA dummy front. Singer has been involved with the Theological Seminary in Berkeley; the university is the home of much mind-control chaos in California, ala Jim Jones.
J.S.: I had heard that she understands all too well, but from the wrong side. Anyway, I'm trying to sort out the truth from the rumor mill, which is quite a daunting task. Also, what do you know about the origins of Cult Awareness Network?
A.C.: CAN was as vile a coalition of mind-control types as you will find this side of the False Memory Syndrome Foundation. The Cult Awareness Network was founded in 1974, incorporated under the name Citizens Freedom Foundation (CFF). The CFF officially changed its name to CAN in 1986.
CAN's founder was Ted Patrick, a known crony of the sinister Ronald Reagan. The CAN network was run for a spell by Patricia Ryan, the daughter of Leo Ryan, a cruel irony considering the central role of the CIA in the Jones cult's formation and grotesque human ruins. Patrick was a three-time felon.
Cult "investigator" Steve Hassan, the national coordinator of FOCUS, a CAN affiliate group, is still an active spin doctor and "deprogrammer." You can find him on the Web.
In West Virginia, CAN leader John Overington, a state legislator, was an advocate of Oliver North and the Iran-Contra crowd. (He also sponsored a bill that would force all X-rated peep-show parlors to install bathrooms.) CAN president Rev. Michael Rokos was forced to step down after it leaked out that he'd been arrested for soliciting young male prostitutes. The arrest
report, filed by police cadet Joseph Wyatt, 22, working undercover at the time of the arrest, mentions that Rokos told the officer, "I want you to go home with me. I want you to tie me up, put clothes pins on my nipples and make me suck your d**k."
CAN Doctors West and Singer were both feted by the Cult Awareness Network when it was a going concern, a spin-off of the CFF, a known CIA appendage. Singer and CAN exploited the Branch Davidian stand-off in Waco to promote an alternate history of cult activity, one that excluded discussion of the intelligence services and the federal mind-control initiative. After the conflagration in Waco, Dr. West told reporters that the FBI's handling of the crisis was "terrific, outstanding."
Cynthia Kisser, the executive director of CAN, was once a topless dancer and defended pedophiles in Omaha, Nebraska. That was about the caliber of the organization's leadership. Over in CAN's security division, you found Larry Kahaner, a private investigator in Alexandria, Virginia, and Galen Kelley, who was close with the FBI, and once boasted that one of his responsibilities was to keep CAN members "in line."
J.S.: Do you think the takeover by Scientology was orchestrated, or a coincidence after the loss of the lawsuit?
A.C.: Certainly no coincidence on the part of Scientology. The church has long agitated against CAN and ostensibly ran the organization into the hole. But I think CAN members had to bail out because they were becoming notorious. Their reputations were catching up with them, and cult victims weren't buying the BS at CAN's end of the false dialectic designed to distract us from the fact that many cults and anti-cult cults are ultimately the creation of the intelligence sector.