Remember the flurry of headlines in June 2014 after it was revealed that Facebook conducted an "emotion manipulation" experiment, without permission from users, which sparked "outrage" and "criticism" as a "furor" erupted online over their using their members as experimental guinea pigs?
Well, the Barack Obama administration did the same type of thing, but used all Americans as their "guinea pigs," by using psychology on citizens in order to "nudge" them into accepting the Obama administrations policies.
The results of this experiment were released in September 2015, PDF here, and we will discuss those results and techniques used to achieve them below.... but first, we take a look at the person that heads the "Social and Behavior Sciences" project for the Obama administration.
On page three, the preface is signed by John Paul Holdren, who is the senior advisor to President Barack Obama on science and technology issues through his roles as Assistant to the President for Science and Technology, Director of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, and Co-Chair of the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (PCAST). (Source)
If that name sounds familiar, it should, Holdren is a depopulation proponent as shown in his ealier works where Holdren and co-author Paul R. Ehrlich argued, "if the population control measures are not initiated immediately, and effectively, all the technology man can bring to bear will not fend off the misery to come." In 1973, Holdren encouraged a decline in fertility to well below replacement in the United States, because "210 million now is too many and 280 million in 2040 is likely to be much too many."
In 2013, InfoWars published a WeAreChange video where Holdren was confronted on a book he wrote which spoke of "ways to handle “overpopulation” which included forced abortions and sterilization." According to those details "Despite co-authoring this book and telling Congress that his beliefs in depopulation has changed, Holdren claimed that he never held those beliefs in the first place."
The government tried using behavioral science to shape people’s behavior. Here’s what happened.
For the past year, the Obama administration has been running an experiment: Is it possible to make policy more effective by using psychology on citizens?
The nickname is “nudging”—the idea that policymakers can change people’s behavior just by presenting choices or information differently. The classic example is requiring people to opt out of being an organ donor, instead of opting in, when they sign up for a driver’s license. Without any change in rules, the small tweak has boosted the number of registered organ donors in many states.
While the Social and Behavioral Sciences Team Annual Report highlights their effectiveness in using behavioral modification tactics on Americans to improve participation in programs such as Obamacare by sending "one of eight behaviorally designed letter variants to each of more than 700,000 individuals who had already begun the enrollment process,but had not yet completed an application," (Page #13) never once does it address the ethics of using what amounts to psychological warfare against Americans in order to modify their behavior in a manner the government prefers. Nor does it address the ethics of using over 318 million Americans as guinea pigs for their experiment without permission.
Where does it end? How long until governments across the world start utilizing other "breakthroughs," such as erasing memories or implanting new ones as headlines have shown over the past couple of years that experimentation on mice have led them to be able to do both!
Or the most recent chilling example, via The Express, where scientists now say that by beaming magnetic waves into the brain they can "make Christians no longer believe in God and make Britons open their arms to migrants in experiments some may find a threat to their values."
TMS, which is used to treat depression, involves placing a large electromagnetic coil against the scalp which creates electric currents that stimulate nerve cells in the region of the brain involved in mood control.
Researchers found the technique radically altered religious perceptions and prejudice.
Belief in God was reduced almost by a third, while participants became 28.5 per cent less bothered by immigration numbers.
Videographer Spiro, deals with those claims in the video below the "Bottom Line."
With the government already proving they have no problem using behavior modification techniques, or using the population as guinea pigs for their experiments, how long after the science is perfected on the memory removal and implants as well as changing a person's belief system and values, before they decide to turn us all into mind-controlled slaves?