Review ì Journey into Madness The True Story of Secret CIA Mind Control and Medical Abuse

Summary Journey into Madness The True Story of Secret CIA Mind Control and Medical Abuse

DUnsuspectingBeyond All ReasonUltimate WeaponsMind BenderDilemmasChamber of HorrorsUnuiet MindsEdge of DarknessMadness Madnes. Half new information half verbatim text from Journey Into Madness Like several of Thomas s late period works this piece has been poorly edited and is generally somewhat unsatisfactory It s less a history of CIA mind control and germ warfare than it is a biography of William Buckley s involvement in the same

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Journey into Madness The True Story of Secret CIA Mind Control and Medical Abuse

Perspectives A Note to the Madness The Kindle #213 ReaderDoctors of TerrorMadness NetworkSpecialistsConnectionsSowing the See. The sad truth about what we the US did mostly in Canada to innocent people and none of it is conspiracy stuff

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SOath BreakersDevil SeekersOnward Ever OnwardShaping the FutureWar on All FrontsFor the MomentNotes SourcesBibliographyIndex.. Another Gordon Thomas well research book Interesting reading that will help you to understand events that happened 30 years later


10 thoughts on “Journey into Madness The True Story of Secret CIA Mind Control and Medical Abuse

  1. says:

    Gordon Thomas is a journalist not an historian As might be expected his Journey into Madness reads well but hasn't the structure and organized detail one would expect of a history Instead of an exhaustive overview of what

  2. says:

    The sad truth about what we the US did mostly in Canada to innocent people and none of it is conspiracy stuff

  3. says:

    Having had a girlfriend in the early 70s whose brother was a conscientious objector I knew of army experiments with mind altering drugs way back then This book takes us back even further into the post Korean War nexus of Cold Warriors in the intelligence and psychiatric communities I had run across the name of one of these spook shr

  4. says:

    I really like it this book I took it in a bookstore just because the title sounded interesting i do not regret my decision Thomas knows how to tell the story of the experiments of the CIA in the 50's and 60's He also describe to us the conseue

  5. says:

    Seems to be the same info that I was getting in The Search for the Manchurian Candidate as it pertains to what the title is alluding to complete with several chapters about a cardboard villainous Mucsleman in the beginning I suppose to demonstrate that the actions begun by the CIA following Project Paperclip some 30 or 4

  6. says:

    Half new information half verbatim text from Journey Into Madness Like several of Thomas's late period works this piece has been poorly edited and is generally somewhat unsatisfactory It's less a history of CIA mind control and germ warfare than it is a biography of William Buckley's involvement in the same

  7. says:

    This book is a disorganized mess jumping all over the place overly academic at times that feels like a college thesis that gets bogged down and very little of the book deals with the CIAs mind control programs 15%I was actually annoyed that I read it

  8. says:

    Another Gordon Thomas well research book Interesting reading that will help you to understand events that happened 30 years later

  9. says:

    There is some highly interesting information in this book that isn't touched on much in other worksJohn Marks In Search of the Manchurian Candidate would go nicely with this one

  10. says:

    Amazing And not in a good way Amazing in that these people could get way with what they did and probably are still doing To know that there are people out there who are in positions of trust who abuse that trust i