An excellent book about the experiments of the CIA to hypnotise people, mainly by hallucinatory drugs, including psychiatry is John Marks’ “The Search for the Manchurian Candidate: The CIA and Mind Control” (1979): http://www.wanttoknow.info/mk/search...-candidate.pdf
The CIA injected “public enemies” with hallucinatory drugs to induce a psychosis, because after they have suffered from a psychotic episode nobody will take the seriously.
Here are some areas where they differ, even if slightly:
Russia: After Russia invaded Ukraine last year, Rand Paul called for sanctions against the invading nation. Ron Paul warned against that, saying it could sink the U.S. dollar.
The NSA: Ron Paul wants the National Security Agency eliminated. Rand Paul says he's more interested in reining it in.
NSA leaker Edward Snowden: Rand Paul thinks Edward Snowden should receive a light punishment—such as a
Originally Posted by Swordsmyth
Short answer: If you are still fighting it you are losing it.
After 26 years, I'd have to agree.
Originally Posted by undergroundrr
Originally Posted by helmuth_hubener
False (but pretty hard to prove either way)
False (but again hard to prove)
Hispanics, more so than the general public, believe in the efficacy of hard work. Three-in-four (75%) Hispanics say most people can get ahead if they work hard. By contrast, just 58% of the general public say the same.
Very False (very