By Paul McGuire
June 3, 2013
We are deep into the night of the Orwellian age and have been for as long as I can remember. The reality of Big Brother implies the existence of highly advanced and scientific mind control technologies that only science fiction authors dared to dream of not that long ago. One of the results of modern mind control is the science of creating “Manchurian Candidates,” which most think is simply about brainwashing individuals in the world of politics and assassinations. But these same brainwashing techniques can be used to create a media personality, such as a conservative radio talk show host.
Many American conservatives today believe that it is the liberal media and the liberal media personalities who are “brainwashing” people. But the most effective Manchurian candidate media personality would be the one whom you would least suspect, which would mean a charismatic individual who is a champion of conservative ideology and traditional American values. That individual could pretend to be a moderate conservative or a more right wing conservative. The mission of these “Manchurian conservative” radio talk show hosts would be to become popular cultural leaders who steer their audiences in a strategic direction which may at first be invisible to the audience.
The reality is that there are Manchurian candidate media personalities from both the liberal and conservative sides of the fence. But I want to talk about the Manchurian conservative radio talk shows hosts because they are here among us and they are the least likely to be recognized.
CIA Director Allen Dulles instituted the MK-ULTRA program on April 13, 1953 in order to counter the brainwashing techniques of American prisoners being held by the North Koreans during the Korean War. The goal of the CIA was to use those same techniques on the enemy by creating our own “Manchurian Candidates.” What most people are unaware of is that the science of mind control has grown just as exponentially as biotechnology and computer technology since 1953. Remember those old black and white photos of giant super computers, the size of large refrigerators, filling up an entire floor? What used to take an entire floor of large computers to do, a modern laptop the size of a notebook can now do far faster. more