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Good chronology of events; lacks depth & personal knowledge
on March 3, 1998
Having read my fair share of mind control books and resources, I found Keith's book to place events in an easy-to-understand chronology. He also tells it like it is as far as the New World Order plans for mind control. Unfortunately, he didn't take the time to research some aspects of documented mind control knowledge.
I was disappointed to see that Keith based his opinions of an "alleged" Project Monarch on two sources. He also cited no documented evidence of such project. It is well documented that the CIA destroyed many MK-Ultra documents in the 70s and that the U.S. Army destroyed many of its records. Project Monarch was a covert operation and performed primarily on children (who are now primarily ages 30 to 50). There is no proof. Only victims. Perhaps Keith could have taken the time to visit the ACHES-MC website and found victims and further resources for this type of government abuse to provide a more accurate chapter.
As Mel Gibson states in "Conspiracy Theory" when asked by Julia Roberts if he has any proof to his claims of mind control, "If I had proof, it wouldn't be a conspiracy."