From the August 2006 Idaho Observer:
Remote Control: The Battle for Your Mind
Though the article below qualifies as a book review, it is being posted to help you to fully appreciate what we are up against. The last frontier of pure privacy has been breached: Our brains can be scanned, organic thoughts "read" and artificial thoughts transmitted—by remote control—without the aid of any implanted mechanical devices. Welcome to our Brave New World: A world where we get to wonder whether or not the thoughts we have belong to us or are the "property" of Big Brother.
by Ingri Cassel
I was looking forward to reading this book as soon as the review copy arrived in our mailbox. I first became familiar with the CIA’s MK-Ultra mind control project through magazine articles and Cathy O’Brien’s book Trance Formation of America, published in 1995. Before that, my curiosity was piqued by the sudden "in unison" emergence of Iraqi soldiers from a trench with their arms raised as a "sign" of them surrendering at the end of Gulf War I. The possibility that mind control technologies had advanced to the point that they could remotely control people who did not have implants in their bodies nor had developed multiple personalities through induced trauma led to further personal investigation.
This is a difficult topic for most people to grasp: Our own government’s active role in mind control experiments on easy targets (mental health patients or prisoners) without their consent. The documentation for this type of experimentation is available if you search for it but, before now, the information hasn’t been compiled into an easy-to-read book written by someone who was a target of a government mind control project. Remote Control details the author’s horrifying personal experiences while including U.S. Patent Numbers and easy to reference websites for further research.
Lynch begins his book by asking compelling questions of the reader –
*Can your opinions be changed… at the push of a button?
*Can you be compelled to do someone else’s bidding… at the turn of a dial?
*Does every thought that "just pops into your head" really come from you...or from somewhere else?
*Do you enjoy reading a good horror story? How about an interactive, real-life horror story?
*Are you ready to be chilled to the bone?
He ends his initial questioning of the reader with a prelude of things to come:
Remote Control – It’s Non-Fiction and It’s About Terror
The book has an important introduction by Cheryl Welsh, director of Mind Justice (www.mindjustice.org), who is considered by the United Nations Institute of Disarmament Research to be one of the six top "non-lethal weapons experts" in the world. The rest of the book is divided into two sections. Part I – Remote Control - is 33 pages detailing mind control technologies, from basic brainwashing techniques and chemically altering brain functions to psychotronics and articles such as "The Mind has No Firewall" to the development of Manchurian candidates by our own CIA and NSA.
Part II - Brainscan: State Terror and the Bid to Create the Ultimate "Manchurian Candidate" – is the author’s recounting of his own story in minute detail.
For most people, torture is their number one fear. And Steve Lynch not only survived such torture but was able to document his experiences for our benefit. He wrote his story in the third person to detail exactly what happened to him as a former prisoner in the Illinois Dept. of Corrections system. It is clear through the recounting of his story that Lynch has an eye for detail, and noteworthy capabilities as an investigator and researcher. But why was Lynch chosen as a target for their mind control experiments? In the book he insinuates that he was chosen due to his many connections with patriots and activists who were openly opposed to Zionism and the New World Order.
I found this book particularly fascinating as a longtime activist myself who has seen people I thought I knew suddenly change their convictions and personalities. But the real reason I consider this book one of the most important books I have read this year is the fact that he not only survived prison and their constant "Brainscan" torture, but he managed to "win" against all odds. The power of the human spirit, in the face of incredible evil, rings loud and clear through his personal recounting of his story. I was reminded of the powerful effect Madeleine L’Engle’s book A Wrinkle in Time had on me. The difference is that this not fiction; Remote Control is a real person’s story of triumph over evil, on both the physical and the spiritual planes, as Lynch was able to win the battle for his mind.
I found myself cheering out loud as I read of each of Lynch’s triumphs over the "Brainscan operators" and/or "players," described as those who were easily manipulated to do the government’s bidding through the promise of rewards such as reduced sentences or release if they successfully completed their designated operation.
The fact that Lynch is now out of prison and has been able to document his amazing story is truly the biggest triumph of all. Clearly, there is a higher power that is ultimately in charge here and it is that soul connection and inner strength to resist evil "no matter what" that has given me the hope I needed at this darkest hour in our nation’s history.
The book ends with Chapter 31 – What Are You Going To Do When They Come For You? — or, rather, will you even know it? A rather frightening thought: The complete loss of our personal identity.
Lynch finds George Orwell’s book "1984" to be quite prophetic and quotes it: "The… thing for you to realize is that power is power over human beings. Over the body – but, above all, over the mind."
But rather than leave the reader in total victimized fear, Lynch states clearly, "only he who gives up loses" and that the best personal defense is awareness. He reminds us that the ultimate goal of the leaders of the Zionist New World Order is complete domination of all people on this planet. Since your activities may be a potential obstacle to their plans, you may also be a potential target for their psychotronic devices. If you understand the serious nature of the battle we are facing as we continue to courageously fight to restore basic Constitutional rights and reign in our out-of-control federal government, this book is a must read.
Remote Control: The Battle for Your Mind is a 305 page quality paperback that can be purchased from Vortex Publications, P.O. Box 99, Lyons, Illinois 60534. 1 book - $40; 3 books - $100; 5 books - $150; 10 books - $250. Add $4 for shipping and handling for all orders regardless of quantity.
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