Malfeasance and faux data [2]

Wyatt made a comment on Twitter which certainly seems OTT, even for those actually following the history and developments:

Were you to read this:

G.H.Estabrooks onwards [1]

… and this:

G.H. Estabrooks onwards [2]

… you might not be so inclined to pooh-pooh Wyatt’s statement – depends if he’s making it from a stance of alternative research or whether it’s just a statement.

On of the names in there is Sid Gottlieb and he was a nasty piece of work [the link is to the sanitised version].  This is from Colin Ross from above, to save you the job of clicking:

Frank Olson was killed because he jumped through a window because he took LSD mixed with Cointro by Sidney Gottlieb, administrative Head of MKULTRA, whom I talked to on the telephone.

His research assistant, Mary Ray was given a dose of experimental LSD, which resulted in an acute psychotic state for which she was admitted to hospital.

Let’s head across to Vox Day:

In 1951, Dulles hired a chemist to design and oversee a systematic search for the key to mind control. The man he chose, Sidney Gottlieb, was not part of the silver-spoon aristocracy from which most officers of the early CIA were recruited, but a 33-year-old Jew from an immigrant family who limped and stuttered. He also meditated, lived in a remote cabin without running water and rose before dawn to milk his goats.

You can go in any direction from there – to the Dulles Bros or to mind-control survivors or to Operation Paperclip [Gottlieb – interesting derivation, no?] or to Selwyn Leeks or to Ewen Cameron or to the McMartin Pres-school Case and on the latter – which do you think the establishment will fill Google rankings with – that it caused baseless hysteria or that there was indeed evidence, let alone the attempt by authorities to obstruct investigation … and so on.

When you get to the use of drugs, detailed by Svali and how they were left as either vegetables or screaming in pain until they had to be dispatched, then you’re entering a realm you might not like to be in.  And if you discount that, you cannot discount Ewen Cameron in Toronto, because he was convicted in that case.

It really comes down to just how many cases are going to be laid in front of people before they finally admit there might be something there.

‘But not satanic, Ok?  That’s right out!’

Why?  On what basis is that right out?  And the answer is – because of the consequences if it’s so.  The mind then tries on the ‘well, they’re just isolated cases of a few madmen’.  Really, Operation Paperclip?  Yes, unprincipled, cold madmen of course but a few isolated cases?

It continues.  And this issue we never even got into – those Jewish Germans again.

5 comments for “Malfeasance and faux data [2]

  1. Distant Relative
    September 18, 2019 at 13:20

    “It continues.”

    Yes indeed. Using ordinary folks as guinea pigs without their knowledge or permission. Cinemas should carry a health warning.

    From a couple of days ago.

  2. The Jannie
    September 18, 2019 at 14:40

    That crazydaysandnights link is fascinating – and unnerving. I count myself lucky that I don’t do cinema – I can’t stand other people’s ill manners and eating habits. Films on TV are a loser, too: even if someone else is watching one I’ve always got something better to do. Forewarned is forearmed, thankfully.

  3. Distant Relative
    September 19, 2019 at 22:29

    The CIA and the Nazi War Criminals.
    “Operation Rusty”

    What was WW2 about again?

  4. September 19, 2019 at 23:05

    There it is.

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