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MESSING WITH YOUR MINDS
Excerpt from the chapter:
"THE CONSPIRATORS' HIERARCHY"
THE STORY OF THE COMMITTEE OF 300
By Dr. John Coleman
(with additional words by
Dr. Byron Weeks)
STANFORD RESEARCH CENTER
Stanford Research Center (SRC) was founded in 1946 by the Tavistock
Institute For Human Relations. Stanford was created to help Robert 0.
Anderson and his ARCO oil company, who had secured for the Committee of 300
the oil rights on the North Slope of Alaska. Basically, the job was too
large for Anderson's Aspen Institute to handle, so a new center had to be
founded and funded. That new center was Stanford Research Center. Alaska
sold its rights on a down payment of $900 million, a relatively small amount
for the Committee of 300. The governor of Alaska was steered to SRI for help
and advice. This was no accident but the result of judicious planning and a
process of long-range conditioning.
Following the governor's call for help, three SRI scientists set up shop in
Alaska where they met with the Alaskan Secretary of State and the State
Planning Office. Francis Greehan, who headed the SRI team, assured the
Governor that his problem of how to handle the rich oil find would be safe
in the hands of SRI. Naturally Greehan did not mention the Committee of 300
or the Club of Rome. In less than a month Greehan assembled a team of
economists, petroleum scientists and new-science scientists numbering in the
hundreds. The report SRI gave to the Governor ran to eighty-eight pages.
The proposal was adopted virtually without change by the Alaska legislature
in 1970. Greehan had indeed done a remarkable job for the Committee of 300.
From this beginning SRI developed into an institution employing 4000 people
with an annual budget of $160 million plus. Its President, Charles A.
Anderson, has seen much of this growth during his tenure, as has Professor
Willis Harmon, director of the SRI Center for the Study of Social Policies,
employing hundreds of new-science scientists, many of the top staffers
having been transferred from Tavistock's London base. One of those was RCA
board chair-man and former British intelligence agent, David Sarnoff, who
was closely involved with Harmon and his team for twenty-five years. Sarnoff
was something of a "watchdog" for the mother institute in Sussex.
Stanford claims to make no moral judgments on projects it accepts, working
for Israel and the Arabs, South Africa and Libya but, as one would imagine,
by adopting this attitude it ensures an "inside edge" with foreign
governments that the CIA has found most useful. In Jim Ridgeway's book, "THE
CLOSED CORPORATION," SRI spokesman Gibson brags about SRI's
non-discriminatory stance. Although not on the Federal Contract Research
Center lists, SRI is today the largest military think tank, dwarfing Hudson
and Rand. Among SRl's specialty departments are chemical and biological
warfare experimental centers.
One of Stanford's more dangerous activities is counter-insurgency operations
aimed at civilian populations--just the sort of "1984" things government is
already using against its own people. The U.S. government pays SRI millions
of dollars each year for this kind of highly controversial "research."
Following student protests against chemical warfare experiments conducted at
Stanford, SRI "sold" itself to a private group for just $25 million. Of
course nothing really changed, SRI was still a Tavistock project and the
Committee of 300 still owned it, but the gullible appeared to be satisfied
by this meaningless cosmetic change.
In 1958, a startling new development arose. Advanced Research Products
Agency (ARPA), a contracting agency for the Defense Department, approached
SRI with a top secret proposal. John Foster at the Pentagon told SRI that
what was needed was a program to insure the United States against
"technological surprise." Foster wanted to perfect a condition where the
environment became a weapon; special bombs to trigger volcanoes and/or
earthquakes, behavioral research on potential enemies and minerals and
metals with potential for new weapons. The project was accepted by SRI and
The massive electronic brain in SHAKY was capable of carrying out many
commands, its computers having been constructed by IBM for SRI. Twenty-eight
scientists worked on what is called "Human Augmentation." The IBM computer
even has the capability to solve problems by analogy and recognizes and
identifies scientists who work with it. The "special applications"
of this tool can be better imagined than described.
Brzezinski knew what he
was talking about when he wrote "THE TECHNOTRONIC ERA."
Stanford Research Institute works closely with scores of civilian consulting
firms, trying to apply military technology to domestic situations. This has
not always been a success, but as techniques improve, the prospects for
massive all-pervading surveillance, as described by Brzezinski, daily
becomes more real. IT ALREADY EXISTS AND IS IN USE, EVEN THOUGH SLIGHT
MALFUNCTIONS FROM TIME TO TIME HAVE TO BE IRONED OUT. One such civilian
consulting firm was Schriever McKee Associates of McLean, Virginia, run by
retired General Bernard A. Schriever, a former chief of the Air Force
Systems Command, who developed the Titan, Thor, Atlas and Minuteman rockets.
Schriever put together a consortium of Lockheed, Emmerson Electric,
Northrop, Control Data, Raytheon and TRW under the name of URBAN SYSTEMS
ASSOCIATES, INC. The purpose of the consortium? To solve social and
psychological "urban problems" by means of military techniques using
advanced electronic systems. It is interesting to note that TRW became the
largest credit information collecting company in the credit-reporting
business as a result and an outcome of its work with Urban Systems
This should tell us a great deal about just how far this nation is already
under TOTAL SURVEILLANCE, which is the first requirement of the Committee of
300. No dictatorship, especially not one on a global scale, can function
without total control over each and every individual. SRI was well on its
way to becoming a key Committee of 300 research organization.
By the 1980's, 60% of SRl's contracts were devoted to "Futurism" with both
military and civilian applications. Its major clients were the U.S.
Department of Defense-Directorate of Defense Research and Engineering,
Office of Aerospace Research which dealt with "Applications of the
Behavioral Sciences to Research Management," Executive Office of the
President, Office of Science and Technology, U.S. Department of Health. On
behalf of the Department of Health, SRI ran a program called "'Patterns in
ESDEA Title I Reading Achievement Tests." Other clients were the U.S.
Department of Energy, the U.S. Department of Labor, U.S. Department of
Transportation and the National Science Foundation (NSF). Of significance
was the paper developed for NSF, entitled "Assessment of Future and
Stanford Research, under the tutelage of Tavistock Institute in London, put
together a far reaching and chilling system it called "Business Intelligence
Program." In excess of 600 companies in the U.S. and abroad became
subscribers. The program covered research in Japanese Foreign Business
Relations, Consumer Marketing in a Period of Change, The Mounting Challenge
of International Terrorism, Sensory Evaluation in Consumer Products,
Electronic Funds Transfer System, Opto-Electric Sensing, Exploratory
Planning Methods, the U.S. Defense Industry and Capital Availability. Among
the TOP Committee of 300 companies who became clients
of this program were Bechtel Corporation (George Schultz was on its board),
Hewlett Packard, TRW, Bank of America, Shell Company, RCA, Blyth, Eastman
Dillon, Saga Foods Corporation, McDonnell Douglas, Crown Zellerbach, Wells
Fargo Bank and Kaiser Industries.
But one of the most sinister of all SRI programs with the possibilities of
doing tremendous damage in altering the direction in which the United States
will go, socially, morally and religiously, was Stanford's Charles F.
Kettering Foundation's "CHANGING IMAGES OF MAN" under Stanford official
reference "Contract Number URH (489)-2150 Policy Research Report Number
4/4/74, Prepared by the SRI Center for the Study of Social Policy, Director
Willis Harmon." This is probably one of the most far-reaching investigations
into how man might be changed that has ever been conducted.
The report, covering 319 pages, was written by 14 new science scientists
under the supervision of Tavistock and 23 top controllers including B. F.
Skinner, Margaret Meade, Ervin Lazlo and Sir Geoffrey Vickers, a high-level
British intelligence officer in M16. It will be recalled that his
son-in-law, Sir Peter Vickers Hall, was a founding member of the so-called
conservative "Heritage Foundation." Much of the 3000 pages of
"recommendations" given to the Reagan administration in January 1981 were
based upon material taken from Willis Harmon's "CHANGING IMAGES OF MAN."
I was privileged to receive a copy of "THE CHANGING IMAGES OF MAN" from my
intelligence colleagues five days after it was accepted by the United States
government. What I read shocked me, as I realized I was looking at a
blueprint for a future America, unlike anything I had ever seen before. The
nation was to be programmed to change and become so accustomed to such
planned changes that it would hardly be noticeable when profound changes did
occur. We have gone downhill so fast since "THE AQUARIAN CONSPIRACY" (the
book title of Willis Harmon's technical paper) was written, that today,
divorce draws no stigma, suicide is at an all time high and raises few
eyebrows, social deviations from the norm and sexual aberrations, once
unmentionable in decent circles, are now commonplace and excite no special
As a nation we have not noticed how "CHANGING IMAGES OF MANKIND" has
radically altered our American way of life forever. Somehow we were overcome
by the "Watergate Syndrome." For a while we were shocked and dismayed to
learn that Nixon was nothing but a cheap crook who hobnobbed with Earl
Warren's Mafia friends at the beautiful home they built for him adjoining
the Nixon estate. When too many "future shocks" and news headlines demanded
our attention, we lost our way, or rather, the huge number of choices with
which we were and still are daily confronted, confused us to such a degree
that we were no longer able to make the necessary choices.
The corrupt stench of the Reagan-Bush Administrations we wanted covered with
six feet of earth. The crimes committed under the title of Iran/Contra
affair (or scandals), we didn't want uncovered. We let our President lie to
us regarding his whereabouts in the period October 20-23rd, 1980. Yet these
crimes far exceed in quantity and scope anything Nixon did
while he was in office. Do we as a nation recognize it as going downhill
with our brakes off?
No, we do not. When those whose business it is to bring the truth to the
American people that a private, well-organized little government inside the
White House was busy committing one crime after another, crimes which
attacked the very soul of this nation and the republican institutions upon
which it rested, we were told not to bother the public with such things. "We
really don't want to know about all this speculation," became a standard
When the highest elected official of the land blatantly put U. N. law above
the Constitution of the United States--an impeachable offense, the majority
accepted it as "normal." When the highest elected official of the land went
to war without a Congressional declaration of war, the fact was censored out
by the news media and, again, we accepted it rather than face the truth.
In this public attitude of the American people, the wildest dreams of Willis
Harmon and his teams of scientists became a reality. The Tavistock Institute
was elated at its success in destroying the self respect and self esteem of
this once great nation. We are told that we won the Gulf War. What is not
yet perceived by the vast majority of Americans is that, in winning the war,
it cost the self respect and honor of our nation. That lies rotting in the
desert sands of Kuwait and Iraq, alongside the corpses of the Iraqi soldiers
we butchered in the agreed retreat from Kuwait and Basra--we could not keep
our word that we would abide by the Geneva Conventions and not attack them.
"What do you want," our controllers asked us, "victory or self respect? You
can't have both."
One hundred years ago, this could not have happened, but now it has happened
and excites no comment. We have succumbed to the long range penetration
warfare waged against this nation by Tavistock. Like the German nation,
defeated by the Prudential Bombing Survey, enough of us have succumbed to
make this nation the kind that totalitarian regimes of the past would have
only envisaged in their dreams. "Here," they would say, "is a nation, one of
the largest in the world, that doesn't want the truth. All of our propaganda
agencies can be dispensed with. We don't have to struggle to keep the truth
from this nation; they have willingly rejected it of their own volition.
This nation is a pushover."
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