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The Battle for the Mind Amidst the Distraction of Politics
Ethan Imaap 7/21/2021 1:02 PM





I知 going to ask you to push yourself beyond all that you are and believe. I知 a staunch political conservative and I believe deeply in God. Every time I知 asked to look at something from another perspective, I learn to think more deeply about God and country. I知 100 percent against Democrats since I don稚 believe there is a surviving classic liberal in the bunch. I知 also 100 percent against socialism because it degrades and enslaves the people under the thumb of a select few who undermine all attempts as self-reliance and financial betterment among the masses. I知 also 100 percent against human trafficking, which is just a modern term for slavery, and experimenting on people without their consent, which is just a different form of enslavement. 


We know that the U.S. government, in an attempt to understand the natural progression of syphilis, tricked African-American males into participating in a 40-year study in exchange for health care and burial services. The men were never given an actual diagnosis, only told they had 澱ad blood, a colloquialism for any number of conditions. When in 1943, 11 years into the study, penicillin was shown to cure the sexually transmitted disease, the men were never informed of the treatment. Researchers depended on illiteracy to keep the men ignorant of medical advances. In 1972, after 29 of the 399 infected patients succumbed to the disease directly and another 100 died from complications, in addition to 40 wives becoming infected and 19 children being born with a congenital syphilis, the government finally investigated and declared the Tuskegee syphilis study unethical with scarce research gained at the cost of great harm to the unwitting human test subjects. We also know that this study also opened shop for a few years during WWII in Guatemala, where foreigners had no standing in U.S. courts for any type of judicial recourse.


We also know that approximately 3,400 of Native American women were sterilized against their will during the 1960s and 1970s in obviously inhumane attempts to address other health issues within tribes. It痴 not too much of a stretch when between 25 and 50 percent of a demographic is forcibly sterilized that a form of eugenics is in play. The forced decline in Native American population resulted in a weakening of political power. From 1929 to 1974 eugenics was also applied overwhelming to African American women. In North Carolina alone over 7,600 people were sterilized. Today, forced eugenics takes a back seat to affordable abortions at strategically located clinics, disproportionate voluntarily accessed by women of color.


We also know our government took it seriously when Korean War prisoners of war returned spouting communist ideology. Alan Dulles, head of the Central Intelligence Agency, was concerned that America was lagging behind other countries in its knowledge of brain science. This also explained how communism, with it痴 horrors of depravation and mass killings, was adopted by the people who had to live under it. Clearly, not only were enemy prisoners of war brainwashed, but so were citizens living in communist countries. We needed to understand more about mind control, so experiments were begun under Project MK-Ultra whereby prisoners, people in mental institutions, and members of other underclasses were experimented upon without their consent, never mind informed consent.


Project MK-Ultra ran from 1953 to 1973, utilizing psychedelic drugs such as LSD, hypnosis, verbal and sexual abuse, sensory deprivation, isolation, and physical torture on often unsuspecting test subjects. Over 80 institutions were involved, including prisons, colleges, hospitals, pharmaceutical companies, some knowingly, some not. CIA and military personnel were also witting and unwitting participants, both as researchers and as test subjects. After congressional investigations, informed consent laws were enacted by which not only must a test subject give their consent to participate in the study, but they must understand the research and what they are signing up for. Informed consent is the ethical and legal right of all humans. 


We can predict present and future behavior based on past actions. We壇 be nave to think that the government has stopped experimenting on human beings. The government can lie with impunity because it simply subcontracts the research and development to companies already invested in the areas of interest. Private entities can get around informed consent laws in ways that the government cannot. Neuropsychology, artificial intelligence, machine learning, biometric data collection and analysis, are all subjects that every country on the planet is racing to master for positioning in the global hierarchy, most notably, the U.S., China, and Russia. Domestically, foreign entities could be conducting digital and neuropsychological cyberwar on U.S. citizens without their awareness, never mind their informed consent. Social engineering could be designed for domestic applications by our own government and carried out by subcontractors, be it to prevent civil war, suppress opposition to the communist takeover, or drive public thought. And, digital and neuropsychological no-touch torture could be applied for control or research. All of the above can also be used to control purchasing behavior, but buying shoes hardly correlates to living in a surveillance state without privacy of mind. Freedom includes freedom to think your own thoughts.

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Ethan Imaap
Ethan Imaap has sought le bon mot, brotherly camaraderie, and God's favor since childhood. Over the course of two decades as an editor and writer he's covered commercial and recreational fishing in New England, life on Cape Cod, and how to discern good knives from bad while at a prestigious knife publication. Most recently, his efforts supported America's strong hunting tradition while calling out its saboteurs. He spent one year, 1991-'92, in the U.S. Army, mostly at Officer Candidate School at Fort Benning, Ga. His thin claim to valor consists of getting accepted at such a prestigious institution in the first place, not washing out, and never falling out of a road march預nd he's sticking to it! He looks up to all the knights and ladies he met along the way, continually reaching out to them as he shares his thoughts on the strategic and spiritual battle for America's soul at

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