By John Brindley - Staff Author
CONSPIRACY theorists are lampooned for suggesting organisations such as the CIA can mind control individuals to perform terrorist acts.
The attached video, shown in plain sight on UK television, shows that task is more than possible. Infact rather easy.
British mentalist and illusionist Derren Brown not only demonstrates the art of completely taking control of someone’s mind to the point they would senselessly kill a pre-determined target – he poignantly makes the same link with the CIA.
He highlights the suspicious example of Sirhan Sirhan who has repeatedly claimed he does not remember the moment when he assassinated former United States attorney general Robert Kennedy in 1968.
There is no question that Sirhan was the man who fired the gun that assassinated Kennedy.
But could he have done so whilst in an altered state of consciousness and genuinely have no recollection of the incident?
We will probably never know – but, thanks to the work of the TV ‘entertainer’, it can’t now be ruled out either.
Brown, who has used hypnosis and other trickery to cause unsuspecting ordinary people to do a host of unlikely acts such as armed robbery and attempting to jump to their death, tackles some of the myths about the human condition in this fascinating, yet disturbing, programme.
We are often told by hypnotists subjects will never do anything against their will when under the influence. So how could you force someone to carry out a murder if the inclination wasn’t there in the first place?
Brown looks here for an individual whose character and personal values are entirely at odds with the act he is grooming him to perform – shoot to kill TV personality Stephen Fry.
Of course, some will argue he merely finds a brilliant actor who goes along with Brown’s mission of producing a highly entertaining TV programme. Others think Brown has supernatural powers which even he has consistently denied.
Neither interpretation is credible.
Instead, from my own experience and attending similar live shows, hypnosis is a very powerful tool that can indeed be used both to focus an individual on a particular course of action – without them being consciously aware of it – and have no memory of it.
Hypnosis, as Brown illustrates, can create altars in a human being’s mind that bare no relation to each other – the ultimate split personality.
The ignorance of academics is highlighted in the programme as so-called ‘experts’ tell Brown it simply can’t be done.
When the subject gets to his feet and aims a pot shot at Fry in a public meeting for no reason whatsoever, Brown conclusively proves them wrong.
It makes for great, compulsive television. But, surely, we aren’t so naïve to think such techniques aren’t used in the real world, away from entertainment?
It all begins to make sense when we realise our human brain is a biological computer.
Reality isn’t reality at all, merely what an individual decodes – and my decoding system and yours are similar but far from identical.
Just as that decoding changes as the brain deteriorates it can also be manipulated when someone messes with the decoding system.
So a human being can be programmed to perform an act which goes entirely against his or her beliefs and values.
The number of high-profile assassinations blamed on loaners with mental health issues is numerous. You can name them just as well as I can.
Some may well be the result of random moments of madness. But to rule out the possibility of mind control in all cases is to ignore what entertainers such as Derren Brown and others have shown to be possible.
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