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Virtual Government: CIA Mind Control Operations in Americaby Alex Constantine
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A comprehensive expose of the control the U.S. government exerts over citizens' minds
-- Eight original essays explore government intrusion into the lives of millions of Americans
-- Analyzes specific examples of CIA misdeeds, from the various Post Office massacres to the McMartin preschool case
In this follow-up to his 1995 book Psychic Dictatorship in the U.S.A., conspiracy researcher Alex Constantine explores the government's misinformation campaigns as well as its most insidious programs about which little is known.
In the first of the book's eight detailed essays, he describes Operation Mockingbird, a secret operation used by the CIA to infiltrate the mainstream media in order to affect what and how American citizens think. Other chapters discuss:
Virtual Government is a compelling book for readers interested in conspiracy theory and for those who find the official version of events hard to swallow.
"Perhaps the foremost journalist and contemporary historian of the murky world of vice and vice-squads". — Donald Freed, author of Killing Time
Investigations into intelligence agencies' involvement in mind control.
In this follow-up to his 1995 book "Psychic Dictatorship", conspiracy researcher Alex Constantine explores the government's misinformation campaigns as well as its most insidious programs about which little is known. Photos & illustrations. Maps.
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