The CIA isn’t just involved in faking Russian collusion stories about Donald Trump, it’s also involved in many, many more devious projects overseas.
One such horrid project recently came to light; the CIA, supposedly to reveal psychopathic traits and research schizophrenia, tortured 311 Danish orphans. The Free Thought Project, reporting on that, has this to say:
According to a new documentary out of Denmark, which interviewed former victims, the Central Intelligence Agency secretly carried out experiments on 311 orphaned children. The experiments were meant to reveal psychopathic traits and map out the link between schizophrenia and heredity. According to the report, the children were tortured in clear violation of the Nuremberg Code of 1947 that introduced ethical restrictions for experiments on humans.
[…]According to the report, the experiments began in the early 1960s and spanned the course of two decades. They were conducted to investigate the link between heredity and environment in the development of schizophrenia. However, the children were not told what research they were involved in. Not even after the experiments ended. It was also funded in part by a CIA front associated with the MK-Ultra program.
[…]The Human Ecology Fund was a CIA funded operation through the Cornell University College of Human Ecology Society for the Investigation of Human Ecology to support covert research on brainwashing. It was also connected to research under the MK-Ultra program in which social scientists, including anthropologists, were led (mostly unwittingly) to provide input into interrogation techniques still in use today.
The MK-Ultra Program referenced was a massive, two-decade-long program that involved hundreds of dark projects and experiments. It’s most famous for the project in which unwilling or unwitting Americans, many of whom were soldiers, were given LSD so the CIA could research mind control.
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In any case, this MK-Ultra program didn’t involve LSD or American servicemen, but did involve torturing orphans with electrodes. Again according to the Free Thought Project:
Eerily, the examinations took place in a basement at the Municipal Hospital in Copenhagen. The director and producer of the documentary, Per Wennick, was actually a victim of the CIA and subjected to these experiments as a child. In the documentary, he recalled being placed in a chair, getting electrodes put on his arms, legs, and chest around the heart and having to listen to loud, shrill noises, which attempted to incite a psychological response.
He described the experiments to Danish Radio as being “very uncomfortable” and said he thought they were a violation of his human rights.
The documentary that exposed this horrific experiment is called “The Search for Myself.” It was produced by Danish Radio.