MKULTRA / MONARCH Program showed the effectiveness of traumatizing children with terror and how this could lead to a desire for more violence and even greater horrors in order to make the original shameful trauma “go away”. Terror and fear are an effective way to demonize and then cause to be targetted almost anything. For the rest of the world it may seem ridiculous the false statements demonizing Russia or Iran, but if you understand that for the American mind the government is a God and the media is God’s voice (MKULTRA subliminal message from the 1970s stated directly “Trust Government. Trust God. Obey.”) then it is easy to see how the levers and strings are being pulled. Subliminal programming is real and has advanced to such levels that it is hard to spot which is why I am shocked that almost all of the countries of the world allow Hollywood films and American music to be consumed by the public.

Trauma based programming and how the USA made Europe into a perverts paradise.

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