INSIDE THE SLEEP ROOM
Beyond the Pale
It's always good to be reminded of programs like MK ULTRA that are beyond the pale ethically so that we can ensure our contemporary practices don't cross the line either.
— William Casebeer, Ph.D.
BEHIND THE TERROR
I agree with the main thrust of the "Terror Doctors" article and learned many things about the history of mind control — things that I suspected but had never really researched. I expect that this article was an eye-opener for many people.
I especially liked the fact that you did not limit the discussion of mind control to just the so-called "Islamic" terrorists, but included those who invented the art and have practiced it in the past in both Europe and America. A very bold step, if I might say.
Congratulations on your courage — this is a time where ANY criticism of "Western" culture or practices is routinely dismissed as unpatriotic or even dangerous.
In such an environment, to have an open discussion about such issues requires firm convictions.
It is sad that conditions exist in the world today that encourage the practice of mind control, as well as create a fertile breeding ground for recruits.
Islam has indeed been hijacked by the terrorists.
— Asim Javed
EDUCATION: THE FATAL FLAW
“I Bury My Son Every Day”
I really do commend you on your diligence and heart-felt determination to completely cover this disastrous situation that the children, as well as their parents, are facing across our nation.
Far too many physicians are too quick to dole out "bandage approach" drugs as opposed to getting to the root of the problem.
While nobody has told me, or can tell me, if the Ritalin being taken by Rod Matthews played any part in him beating my dear son, Shaun Ouillette, to death with a baseball bat, it is, and will always be, a question gone unanswered. That is very difficult for me to deal with, even now, 18 years later.
As for my wish for the parents and children of this nation: Talk to each other. And, above all, listen to each other. If there is a problem with your child, then get to the bottom of it. The so-called "drug of choice" phrase is a cop-out.
As for me: I bury my son every day of my life.
— Jeanne Quinn