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Bluebird : Deliberate Creation of Multiple Personality by Psychiatrists Paperback – December 6, 2000
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nation's experts on Multiple Personality Disorder (MPD), and has been
one of the few to speak out about the controversial subject of CIA
mind control experiments and their relation to the intentional
creation of MPD (now known as Dissociative Identity Disorder, or
DID)..... In this book, he constructs a solid documentary record, not
only of the existence of those CIA projects from the 1940's through at
least the 1970's, if not even through the present, but of the
connections between the CIA funding and various persons in medicine
and academia, and he makes quietly understated, but, again, solid,
conclusions about the nature, purpose, and morality of these
experiments. In short, he "proves that there was extensive
political abuse of psychiatry ... by leading psychiatrists,
psychologists, pharmacologists, neurosurgeons and medical
schools." In this respect, Dr. Ross' book is phenomenal. What I
find disturbing, however, is Ross' rationalization of the CIA's
funding of these projects. He says that "the CIA is not governed
by the Hippocratic Oath," (what about the Constitution?) and that
the creation of "Manchurian Candidates," (mind controlled
spies and assassins) which was at the root of the CIA projects in
question, is "easy to understand and justify from a National
Security perspective.Read more ›
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Numerous and annoying typographical errors. Also, Colin Ross gives the impression that he prefers to on not offend those in a position of power.Published 11 months ago by eric1959
This was a difficult book to review. While Bluebird contains a great deal of well documented information it completely fails to address the deep connections with ongoing ritual... Read morePublished on February 25, 2014 by Aaron A. Golub
Oops. This bit of containment effort seems to have gone awry. Ross goes to great legths documenting mind control projects but stops short of calling out the CIA for their... Read morePublished on January 18, 2011 by Reade Rogers
After reading this book, it occurs to me that MK-Ultra is the official state religion of the New World Order. Read morePublished on September 18, 2006 by Jonathon Barbera
That is the term for providing a portion of the truth to prevent the whole truth from coming out and that seems to be what this is. Read morePublished on June 1, 2005 by T. Brown
From Project Paperclip and The Tuskegee Syphillis Study, to real life Manchurian Candidates, this book is a wealth of information. Read morePublished on September 5, 2004
Government efforts to control alleged "terrorists" with the use of psychological "techniques" constitute a threat to the civil liberties of all and a common form of torture --... Read morePublished on April 25, 2004 by JGM
This book is probably the most factually supported publication I have read. Nearly every paragraph is footnoted or referenced at least once.
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