Tuesday, December 11, 2012

"Project Camelot," Using Your Tax Dollars to Enslave You


"And then there was the Office of Strategic Influence. You may recall that. And 'oh my goodness gracious isn't that terrible, Henny Penny the sky is going to fall.' I went down that next day and said fine, if you want to salvage this thing fine I'll give you the corpse. There's the name. You can have the name, but I'm gonna keep doing every single thing that needs to be done and I have."
November 2002 statement by then Secretary of WAR Rumsfeld.

What was the Office of Strategic Influence?
The Office of Strategic Influence, or OSI, was a department created by the United States Department of Defense on October 30, 2001, to support the War on Terrorism through psychological operations in targeted countries, which did not include the United States because the Pentagon is barred from PSYOPs in the U.S. Although the closure of the office was announced by Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld soon after its existence became publicly known, later comments by Secretary Rumsfeld imply that the actual operations of the OSI have continued unabated. Some sources say OSI was authorized to use "military deception" against the public by "presenting false information, images, or statements..."
Which brings us to "Project Camelot."
Project Camelot

Project Camelot was a social science research project of the United States Army that started in 1964 and was cancelled after congressional hearings in 1965. The goal of the project was to assess the causes of conflict between national groups, to anticipate social breakdown and provide eventual solutions. The proposal caused much controversy among social scientists, many of whom voiced concerns that such a study was in conflict with their professional ethics.

Chile was to be the test case for the project, but Claudio Bunster was alerted almost immediately to its possible military nature when Johan Galtung showed him a letter from the Special Operations Research Office (SORO) inviting him to a seminar to discuss the project in 1966 at the American University in Washington DC. The seminar was actually held in the summer of 1965 but by then the initial exploratory mission to study the feasibility of running such a project was being phased out and the project itself was officially cancelled on July 8 1965.

The project's purpose was described by the army as follows:

"Success in such tasks as equipping and training indigenous forces for an internal security mission, civic action, psychological warfare, or other counterinsurgency action depends on a thorough understanding of the indigenous social structure, upon the accuracy with which changes within the indigenous culture, particularly violent changes, are anticipated, and the effects of various courses of action available to the military and other agencies of government upon the indigenous process of change."
"The Camelot Affair" by George Lowe

Since the Pentagon has learned how to interfere in other countries, enabling them to start or stop wars, then why wouldn't they apply that knowledge here at home, to keep We the People from taking back our country?

"Project Camelot" wasn't or isn't the only program being funded by the PTB to control this planet.
The Operations Research Office (ORO) was a civilian military research center founded in 1948 by the United States Army. It was run under contract by Johns Hopkins University and is regarded as one of the founding institutes of operations research as an interdisciplinary science.

The organization's offices were originally at Fort McNair, Washington, D.C. They moved to Chevy Chase, Maryland in 1952. In 1961, the Army discontinued Johns Hopkins University's contract, and the ORO was dissolved. Soon after, the Research Analysis Corporation (RAC) was founded, which assumed the ORO's projects and most of its employees. The RAC was funded by the Army until June 1972.
Follow the Yellow Brick Road... to Alexandria, VA where what might be the successor to the Special Operations Research Office, which became the Research Analysis Corporation (RAC), which was funded until 1972, then became ???

These type of 'spook' programs don't die off, they continue to get funded to keep the Pentagon's death dealing machine running smoothly. Maybe RAC became this group, which is in bed with some heavy hitters, like CACI, a company into cyber 'security' Big Time.

And Booz, Allen & Hamilton another biggie in the spy business, who likes to spy on Europeans and Americans alike.

Another Virginia based company RAC is cozy with is Science Applications International Corporation or SAIC, a company into remote viewing and UFO propulsion systems???

Camelot Goes Underground

Is this the end product of all these scenarios? DARPA, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency which is responsible for the development of new technologies for use by the military. Like the nerouchip they are developing to be implanted in a person's brain to control that being.

DARPA came 'officially' into existence in 1972, the same year the mysterious Research Analysis Corporation stopped receiving funding.

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