The New York Times headline "The United States of Paranoia" would have been perfect for a story about the "war on terror." After all, you are more than ten times more likely to drown in your bathtub or be struck by lightning than to be killed by a terrorist of any kind. And "radical Muslim" terrorists (and/or Zionists dressed up as them) only commit 6% of terrorist attacks, while radical Jews, leftists, and Hispanics commit far more. And yet, crazy, paranoid Americans worry endlessly about that statistically nonexistent threat called "radical Islamic terrorism."
How can a serious newspaper report on this issue without discussing the long, undisputed record of the CIA, US military and allied agencies' history of messing with people's minds?
Today we'll talk with dissident psychologist Seth Farber and several TIs, including Todd Giffen. Dr. Farber is convinced that many of these people are in fact being experimented on by today's version of MK-Ultra, which is technologically light-years ahead of what they were doing with drugs and hypnosis back in the 1950s.