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EIR study linking British psychiatry to assassination

A behavior control research project was begun in the 1950s, coordinated by the British psychological warfare unit called the Tavistock Institute, with the Scottish Rite Masons, the Central Intelligence Agency, and other British, U.S., Canadian, and United Nations agencies. The project became notorious in the 1970s under a CIA code name,``MK-Ultra,'' and was investigated by the Senate for numerous abuses.

In a groundbreaking study published by Executive Intelligence Review, the magazine founded by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr., historian Anton Chaitkin connects this project to the threatened and accomplished assassination of political leaders, which has become increasingly frequent in public life since the 1960s. ``Just since the 1992 election campaign, for example, Bill Clinton has been the target of at least 15 assassination threats. Many of these would-be killers, and many of the assassins of past years, had been in destructive psychiatric programs, or were members of psychiatrically manipulated cults,'' Chaitkin explains.

`A great obstacle to clear thinking in this area has been the assumption that the U.S. government would not sponsor programs for the murder of American leaders. This logical assumption misses the point, that the overall project, including `MK-Ultra,' has been foreign-sponsored and anti-American in its purposes,'' he writes. "The 12-page EIR cover story, written in the form of an informational dossier captioned "For Your Reference Files," outlines the British background of this deeply criminal enterprise, with its roots in the political and psychiatric movement. It begins with the buildup to World War I in 1909-13, when the Rockefeller Foundation was created and lavishly funded with Standard Oil profits, in parallel with the birth of the British-inspired Federal Reserve, the Internal Revenue Service, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

The article continue with such subtopics as: the 1920s: the pre-Hitler era in Germany; 1930: a New Age in psychiatry; Mid-1930s: Nazi eugenics in practice; 1934: The Freemasons study madness; 1936-38: Columbia University's chamber of horrors; 1939-40: the deal for Auschwitz; 1943: research in Nazi-occupied Poland; 1943: research in North America; The question of sponsorship; Masonic `charity'; Manchuria in California?; The official assassination program; Strange deaths: Frank Olson and Philip Graham; and, The assassins' goals.

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