British Psychiatry: from Eugenics to Assassination

Increased awareness is the antidote to brainwashing

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by Steve Cook, editor

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2 Comments on British Psychiatry: from Eugenics to Assassination

  1. And by the way, the topic of my father’s talk in San Juan and which appears in the associated book was on aphrodisiacs.

  2. You have at least two factual errors in this article. Both concern my fatherL.t. Col. Wayne O. Evans. First, he was never the director of the Military Stress Lab at Natick. Yes, he was researcher there, but he was not the director. The director at the time of the conference in San Juan was some Colonel whose name I don’t recall. Second, although my father, given his area of research, most probably had some knowledge of MKUltra, but he ran afoul of his superiors around the time of the conference for not agreeing with their policies and research directions. He was sent on an unpleasant tour of duty which my mother referred to as the punishment tour. Given his reluctance to do as he was required, he ended up never receiving another promotion. The research that he was doing at Natick was focused on developing ways to protect troops in poor environmental conditions. As a teen-ager, I knew what research he was doing, and he didn’t have time to do the types of research associated with MKUltra. I also coolated the book upon which he based his San Juan talk. Have you even read it? As to his level of knowledge about the program, my father received his Ph.D. in psychology at Duke U. at about the time that Duke received money to do research on children to determine potential psychic ability. I was attending the Duke U. lab pre-school at time, meaning that I was within the subject pool, especially since my paternal grandmother had been tested at Duke for psychic abilities (her skills apparently were strong). My parents pulled me from the school soon after Duke received the grant and placed me into a school not affiliated with the university. Before this, I had participated in studies through the psych department. My father had a top secret security clearance, so he could never reveal all that he knew to anyone in the family, but he dropped enough hints through the years for me to get a picture of the situation. I am rather tired of these untrue accusations being made at someone who tried hard to do the right thing.

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