Did you know that an estimated ten thousand people are reporting unusual assaults on their minds that they claim break down their personalities and undermine health and well-being? These “targeted individuals” or TIs believe that unseen, powerful forces are monitoring, manipulating, and torturing them.
Almost all TIs report hearing voices that no one else can detect. They say their phones and other electronic devices are delivering unwanted and very disturbing, repetitive messages like “Your mother is coming over to kill you. Go to the kitchen and get a knife. Now.” Wounds that appear on the hands or other body parts are thought to be from illicit microchip implantation. Many report knowing when an assault is occurring because they feel nauseous. Victims often sense that they are being bombarded with microwave energy.
Could there be any truth to these seemingly impossible claims? Is there any evidence to support this technical capability or its application in the real world?
As a matter of fact, the answers are yes and yes. The US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has been investigating mind control for decades. One such project was named MK Ultra. Although the federal government denied the existence of this illegal and immoral program, there is plenty of evidence on the CIA website to demonstrate just how real it was – and perhaps still is.
The CIA became interested in “brainwashing” in the late 1950s after American prisoners of war came home from Asian countries with their former personalities supplanted by new zombie-like behavior and “broken” thought processes. If foreign despots could get valuable information from their captives by means of mental and physical torture, then, by golly, the American military needed that capability, too.
After a Swiss scientist accidentally discovered the powerful hallucinogen LSD-25, the CIA tried it on both volunteers and unwilling, unsuspecting Americans and Canadians as part of MK-Ultra. They also physically abused their subjects and deprived them of sleep to see if they could wipe out all traces of a test subject’s personality before reprogramming that mind with their own instructions.
MK-Ultra was successful for the CIA. We know the program ran from 1953 until about 1973, and many believe this research has been continuous, resulting in the ability today to target individuals for remote mental assault. (The CIA denied the existence of MK-Ultra until 1975 when the truth came out during a congressional investigation into widespread illegal CIA activities not only in the United States but around the world.)
At the same time, radio frequency identification chips (RFID) were under development. First developed to positively identify high stakes racehorses – to prevent a look-alike switch pre-post time – veterinarians realized the device could be useful for keeping track of family pets. Many people had their cats and dogs chipped in case they ran off or were stolen.
It wasn’t a far stretch from microchipping domesticated animals to children. After all, kids can run off and be stolen, too. This controversial practice raises privacy concerns for many. Despite manufacturers’ claims that these chips are not enabled for global satellite positioning (GPS), we have only their word to take for it.
What price safety? An interesting article that appeared in The Sun explored the morality of microchipping children. Dino Burbidge, director of Technology and Innovation at advertising agency WCRS was quoted as saying:
“The chips are almost identical to the ones used to identify pets. The kits exist to inject them, so yes, in terms of ‘do we have the capability,’ we absolutely do. However, do we have the need or the moral rights to implant chips into children, that’s completely different. And I’d suggest the answer is a big, fat, solid no.”
Targeted individuals (TIs) believe they are the victims of weaponized technologies developed by the CIA. One investigator published in Wired named Liza – not her real name – said she worked for Microsoft for 10 years before starting her own web development company. It wasn’t long after that before she began to experience electronic attacks, stalking, and surveillance. Because of her professional background, Liza knew that existing technology was fully capable of inflicting the tortures plaguing her.
But appeals for help only landed Liza in bigger trouble:
“When she sought help, a hospital committed her to a 10-day hold in the mental ward, teaching her how to calm her racing heart without addressing the technology that Liza believed was causing it.”
To fully comprehend how deeply rooted CIA mind control is in our society, consider this little piece of propaganda from a site that calls itself “RationalWiki” (as if other Wiki websites are not rational?). We looked up “targeted individuals” and found this superb example of government denial/ridicule/distraction. This website has the look and feel of a CIA operation. Let’s examine the first sentence:
“‘Targeted Individual’ (TI) is an umbrella term coined by troubled unfortunates and paranoid cranks who insist that they are all, individually, on the receiving end of a massive covert harassment conspiracy of highly malignant intent.”
We know the author of this “research” has already judged TIs as mentally unbalanced due to the terms “troubled unfortunates” and “paranoid cranks.” This salacious rhetoric is completely intentional and carefully crafted to set up the author’s foregone conclusion, that the whole matter of targeting individuals is bunk.
Here’s another section from the same article:
“The vast majority of TIs consider themselves to be victims of inchoate, ongoing and relentless ‘touchless torture’ plots. The nature of these alleged ‘attacks’ varies among TIs but generally involves some combination of asinine drama with pseudoscientific flummery and/or improbable, coordinated malicious actions.”
Again, the words “asinine drama” and “pseudoscientific flummery” were chosen specifically to deny/ridicule/distract from the real issue, which is allegations that some agency or entity is literally driving people who fall out of step with their employers or the government to insanity.
Finally, “Rational” Wiki provides a list of assault methods reported by TIs:
“This all includes remote neural monitoring, microwaves, ‘psychotronics’ (basically a variety of hypothetical electronic weaponry), secret mind control, actively enforced ‘gangstalking,’ ‘remote sexual abuse,’ surgical insertion of alien implants and even reptilian involvement.”
Note that the list of real documented CIA techniques is followed by a couple of UFO/ET references. The decades-long mainstream propaganda program to cover up the existence of the alien presence on Earth is also well-documented. This smear campaign has the majority of people convinced that anyone who believes in alien implant technology is mentally unbalanced – crazy.
We know from previous experience that, when the CIA spends oodles of money and resources covering something up, it turns out to be true.
Therefore, it stands to reason that the thousands of people who claim to be targeted by an assassination program are neither lying nor insane: they are telling the truth.
If you still have doubts about the reality – or even the possibility – of targeting individuals, watch this YouTube video titled “Meet the Targeted Individual Community” and then form an opinion.
The TI phenomenon is upsetting on so many levels and violates so many human rights that we can expect to hear much more about this unsavory government weapon as more victims come forward with their very real experiences.