For those who (rightly) suspect there is more to the Ft. Hood massacre than meets the eye–namely that Hasan may have been the victim of a mind-control experiment and subsequent false-flag operation aimed at further demonizing Muslims in favor of Israel’s agenda–I have an interesting story to convey.
Yesterday I took my 3 year old son to the dentist to have one of his teeth examined. After looking at it a moment the dentist remarked that the tooth will have to come out because it was dead. Naturally, given the fact my son is 3 and jumpy when it comes to people wielding needles and pulling on his teeth with a pair of pliers, the doctor explained what steps would be entailed.
He said a drug would be administered in the form of a drinkable liquid, can’t remember the name right now but will call the office today and find out. I asked what this drug did, assuming it would sedate him or knock him out so the procedure could be done. The dentist, to my great shock, said it would sedate him mildly, but that the most important function this drug did was to prevent him from remembering anything that took place.
I was taken aback and was sure I had misheard what he said and I responded with ‘What’? and he repeated it–the drug would not ‘knock him out’ but rather would prevent him from remembering anything that happened, going further by saying “it causes a temporary shut-down of that part of the brain responsible for remembering things and blocks memories.”
The obvious significance is that if they have this kind of stuff for use on small children in dental offices, what other kinds of stuff do they have at the military/intelligence level for use on subjects they need to program for certain “missions”? Drugs to prevent people from “remembering things“? This is exactly what took place in the movie “The Manchurian Candidate” where–coincidentally or not, individuals were programmed to become assassins in order to bring about particular political outcomes.
2009 Mark Glenn