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.Vol IX .#47 November 23,

Page 12, AMERICAN FREE PRESS * November 23, 2009 * Issue 47

Was Fort Hood `Killer' A Victim
Of Covert Mind Controllers?

by Victor Thorn


On November 5, Major Nidal Malik Hasan— a Virginia Tech graduate—is alleged to have killed 13 and wounded 30 others at the Fort Hood Army base in Killeen, Tex. It was the largest massacre ever on an American military institution. Two years earlier,Virginia Tech student Seung-Hui Cho executed 32 classmates on campus. This event stands as the single worst killing spree in U.S. history. On Oct. 16, 1991, Killeen resident George Hennard previously set the record by shooting 23 dead and wounding 20 in Luby’s Diner.
Considering the symbolic nature of how false-flag terror events are chosen, what significance does November 5 hold? In the movie V for Vendetta, this date is sacred among revolutionaries. “Remember, remember, the 5th of November. The gunpowder treason and plot.” On Nov. 5, 1605, Guy Fawkes and others allegedly tried to blow up London’s Parliament House in the failed Gunpowder Plot.
With his “V” serving as a symbol for anarchy, the film’s protagonist advocates the elimination of a totalitarian shadow group called Norsefire, who took control of the government after unleashing a deadly virus (today’s H1N1?). Utilizing fabricated news stories, the citizenry spun into panic until their Big Brother controllers “discovered’” a cure. Rebelling in an underground lair called “The Shadow Gallery,” the anarchic hero fights fascistic corporatism so that, as Bevin Chu suggests, “A new spontaneous social order can emerge.”
In this context, was the Fort Hood massacre actually an occult, subliminally based mind-control operation meant to signify an internal battle between warring secret society members? Since initial reports mentioned multiple shooters, could “hit men” or disgruntled soldiers have been used to further promote a neocon anti-Islamic agenda, while at the same time trying to conceal our military’s growing discontent by blaming it on an “Arab fanatic”?
Media sources reported that Hasan shouted Allahu Akbar (“God is great”) before firing his weapon, yet his uncle, Rafiq Hamad, told the Telegraph UK on November 7 that his nephew spoke few Arabic words, and was so timid that he once fainted during a childbirth. Furthermore, only hours before the slaying, 7-11 convenience store manager Jeannie Strickland described Hasan. “He came in just like normal, nothing weird, nothing out of the ordinary.” On closed caption television cameras he’s seen laughing and joking. And then, shortly thereafter, he inexplicably transformed into a slaughter mode?
Could Hasan have somehow been selected as another “lone-nut patsy” gunman? Almost immediately, newsmen released a “legend” for the major that led the public to believe that he suffered psychological problems. Along with name-calling and angry confrontations with fellow soldiers over his “Muslim views,” Hasan is supposed to have made the following Internet posting: “If one suicide bomber can kill 100 enemy soldiers, that would be considered a strategic victory.” In the November 6 Telegraph UK, Philip Sherwell adds, “Col. Terry Lee alleged that other officers told him Maj. Hasan had said, ‘Maybe people should strap bombs on themselves and go to Times Square.’”
Investigator Stuart Hill points out in a November 6 article, Fort Hood Shooter Information Not Adding Up: “Why on Earth would the military promote a man [in May, 2009 to major] who was unhappy, had objected to being in the military, had not wanted to deploy anywhere outside the U.S., and had allegedly made himself a security threat with online radical comments?”
Other inconsistencies arise. Initial eyewitnesses, along with Rep. John Carter (R-Tex.), described at least three shooters. Plus, it is said that Hasan fired over 100 rounds. The largest clip for his 5.7 millimeter semi-automatic pistol holds 30 rounds. [He reportedly never fired his second gun]. So, are we to believe that Hasan reloaded three times and hit 44 different victims before being taken down? For nearly four hours, Lt. Col. Bob Cone and others claimed Hasan had been killed, while three other suspects were being held. Then, all of a sudden, the shooter was “alive” and a “lone nut” killer.
Fort Hood and Virginia Tech aren’t only linked by mass murders, but also by a proliferation of mind control experimentation. On June 14, 2007, Matt Kazee utilized Google Maps to pinpoint a proposed secret U.S. government underground ABOVE TOP SECRET installation in the side of Butt Mountain near Blacksburg, Va. named DUSEL (Deep Underground Science Engineering Laboratory), located approximately 10 miles from Virginia Tech. Even more interesting is that the university runs neuro-engineering and robotic mind control programs in conjunction with DARPA (an agency of the Department of Defense).
Hasan majored in psychology at Virginia Tech’s Center for Applied Behavior Systems. After participating in a Homeland Security task force (2008), the military transferred him to Fort Hood. There, his psychiatric duties included the treatment of soldiers with posttraumatic stress disorder. Many of these men were taking highly dangerous SSRI anti-depressants, and described the murder of innocent Arab women and children. An April 17, 2008 Rand Corporation study concludes, “Nearly 20 percent of military service members— 300,000 in all—report symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder or major depression … while 19 percent experienced possible traumatic brain injury.” To deal with this catastrophic level of psychologically damaged soldiers, Fort Hood instituted the Warrior Combat Reset Program to comfort soldiers suffering from the horrors of war. Critics, however, see a more sinister side wherein battle traumas are simply “erased” so soldiers can be redeployed to continue killing.
With a “predisposition to kill,” remorse for slain Arabs, and an aversion to overseas deployment, was Hasan “conditioned” to view the war as evil? Veteran researcher Alex Constantine analyzed the situation on November 6: “Programming as a moral or religious justification for violent acts that a subject wouldn’t ordinarily commit is a mind control tactic. If a subject is commanded under hypnosis to kill his fellow GIs, he probably won’t unless given a rationale that overrides deep-seated moral convictions. Then the chances are that he will carry out the ‘Manchurian candidate’ programming and kill on command.”
Even murkier is Gunther Russbacher’s 1996 expose on Operation Open Eyes where he explains how the “intelligence community canvases county hospitals and immigration centers in order to find viable candidates [and] locate select people who have no close family or friends.” This description certainly applies to Hasan, a loner whose parents are deceased.
In a Nov. 16, 1991 address, Norio F. Hayakawa— director of the Civilian Intelligence Network— described how technology existed two decades ago via Radio Hypnotic Intra-Cerebral Control (RHIC) whereby the “implantations of a very small, electronic, micro-radio receiver stimulates a muscle or electronic brain response. This can set up a ‘hypno-programmed’ cue in the subject to elicit a pre-conditioned behavior.” Or, as Russbacher suggests, “A ‘recall’ command and an accompanying ‘trigger’ word are written into [the subject’s] personality” to be used later.



. . ..Victor Thorn is a freelance journalist based in Pennsylvania. He is the author of numerous books about the New World Order and 9-11. These books include New World Order Exposed, New World Order Illusion, 9-11 Evil: The Israeli Connection to 9-11; 9-11 On Trial; 9-11 Exposed and AFP's Phantom Flight 93 and Other Astounding 9-11 Mysteries Explored. He is also author of Hillary (and Bill): The Sex Volume. All are available from FIRST AMENDMENT BOOKS at 202-547-5585; toll free 1-888-699-NEWS. Thorn was, along with Lisa Guliani, a founder of WINGTV Network. He is also a member of the advisory board of THE BARNES REVIEW magazine.

(Issue #47, November 23, 2009, AMERICAN FREE PRESS)

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