- Among the over 350,000 news stories, essays, commentaries,
analyses and so forth on the site, we have posted material from observers countless
times over the years... many of whom raise interesting issues
and prefer not to give their names. Learning about the US Army's Project
Camelot of the 1960s is essential news. We have no knowledge whatsoever
of that Army mind control program being tied in any way to the internet
radio program and site of the same name. None. There
*are* still coincidences...as much as many hate to admit such. We
do not read the story as anything other than an important historical
and contemporary note about a taxpayer-funded military psy op in the past
which few know about.
- The simple issue, which this commentary successful addresses,
is that there are many, many talk radio shows which are clearly intel-spawned
and influenced and that should not surprise the intelligent mind.
Rense.com is a news service and always prints many sides
and aspects of countless controversial subjects. Therefore, to state
the obvious for those who don't get it, we do not, did not,
and will not view this story as aimed at ANY particular radio show.
If you choose to do so, that is most certainly your decision.
- The US Army's (and many other agencies) past (and present) psy-ops
are enough to boggle any logical person. For those who think this
story is an attack on the program that is coincidentally named
the same as the Army's mind control project, we suggest you take
ten steps back and read - don't read INTO - the text carefully. Perhaps
a small lightbulb will flicker on. - rense.com