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"sidney gottlieb" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

01:34 min | 6 months ago

"sidney gottlieb" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"By the fall of Nineteen fifty-three Doctor Sidney Gottlieb was in full. Control of the CIA's M. K. Ultra project and required. No permission to task. Lsd On whoever he saw fit godly began distributing LSD to hospitals and medical schools in the US for controlled experimentation but he didn't stop there godly was determined to get a better idea of how ordinary people would respond to LSD so he decided to take a huge risk by opening what he referred to as a safe house right in the middle of New York City while it was never confirmed how much CIA director Allen Dulles knew about these safe houses we can safely assume that he turned a blind eye. The man gottlieb placed in charge of the safehouse operation was former narcotics detective turned CIA operative. George Hunter White Whites job low unsuspecting visitors to the safe house in Greenwich Village and Dose Them. With LSD and Oh yeah record the results so that it remained a proper study. Somehow GOTTLIEB had found someone as reckless and morally corrupt as he was white followed orders and scoured the streets of New York City. He was looking for existing drug users. Small time criminals and other dishonorable candidates that could be lured back to the safe house all in an effort to.

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"sidney gottlieb" Discussed on Skullduggery

Skullduggery

03:50 min | 7 months ago

"sidney gottlieb" Discussed on Skullduggery

"Every sentence in my book has a footnote comes from somewhere. Maybe my favorite line in the book is something I read in the afterward at the very end I write everything in. This book is true but not everything that's true is in. The spark. Painfully aware finally discovered a small piece of what this project was and what Sydney Godly did. My Book is the best effort to show though the answers to those questions with real information that we have available today. Steven is there any indication at all that Sidney Gottlieb was held accountable for this. I mean you said. He testified where their lawsuits where there are criminal investigations. Or has he essentially gone scot-free until your book towards the end of his life? Gottlieb was facing two different situations. One was internal the people around him in his final years. Have All said that he was obviously haunted by something that he wouldn't talk about. One person who visited him in that period said he was haunted by guilt. He was destroyed man. If he had been Catholic would have gone to a monastery. He was obviously deeply troubled but he would never speak about it then. Another factor that added to his anxiety. Was that after many many years. A couple of law suits seem to be getting closer to him. The Frank Olson murder case was being reinvestigated and finally it looked like godly was about to be brought to trial as a named defendant in a case that stemmed from the poisoning by LSD of a young American who had met a guy with a limp in a bar in Paris and whose life was destroyed thereafter. So evidently this guy had been poisoned by got leave. It took twenty years for this case to begin working its way through the judicial system and finally a trial date was set for the beginning of nineteen hundred. Eighty nine this was quite remarkable. Godly had had to submit himself to private depositions but now he was going to have to get on the stand and testify under oath not just about that particular case but about everything he had done. He could be asked about M. K. Ultra and all of its related projects. Just as the case was about to come to trial. Gottlieb died the cause of death was never announced. The body was immediately cremated. Gottlieb always said to have been the master of poisons that people could take that no autopsy would ever be able to detect so I did find a few people who truly suspect that he might have killed himself to avoid having to testify that he basically fell on his sword rather than be put in a position where he'd have to betray secrets that he had sworn to keep. Nobody knows if that's true. But it's a very intriguing footnote to godly death in nineteen certainly make a great ending for the movie. But until that comes about anybody interested in the subject which I should be a lot of our listeners would do well to take a look at poisoner in chief Sidney Gottlieb and the CIA. Search for Mind Control Stephen Kinzer. Thanks for joining us. Thank you thanks for New York. Times correspondent and author Stephen Kinzer for joining us on this episode of buried treasure. Forget to subscribe to skulduggery on Apple. Podcast wherever you listen to your podcasts. And tell us what you think. Leave a review be sure to follow us on social media at skulduggery pot. We'll talk to you soon..

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"sidney gottlieb" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

15:27 min | 1 year ago

"sidney gottlieb" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Is fresh air I'm Terry gross you may have heard stories about the CIA's secret experiments with LSD there which the sixties counterculture luminaries like can key easy and Allen Ginsberg were first introduced to the drug there's a lot more to the C. I. S. experiments with LSD and some of it is pretty horrifying my guest journalist Steven Kinzer has been several years investigating the CIA's mind control program which was known as M. K. ultra LST was just one of the mind altering drugs that were tested in the program to see if and how they could be weaponized to control Uman behavior many of the unwitting subjects of these experiments are subjected to what amounts to psychological torture the M. K. ultra program was created by Sidney Gottlieb in nineteen fifty three he ran it until it was shut down in the early sixties Gottlieb was also the C. I. A.'s chief chemist creating poisons and innovative ways of surreptitiously administering them he also became head of the CI a program that creates high tech gadgets for spies to use Stephen cancers new book is called poisoner in chief Sidney Gottlieb and the CIA search from mind control one of cancers previous books was about the dullest brothers Alan and John foster Dulles Allen Dulles was the CIA director during most of the years and K. alter was in operation. Stephen Kinzer welcome back to fresh air let's start with what was the mission of M. K. ultra. during the early period of the Cold War in the late forties and early nineteen fifties the CIA became paralyzed with the fear that communists had perfected some kind of a drug or a potion or a technique that would allow them to control human minds this is actually a greatly exaggerated fear but it played on something cultural that affected everybody that grew up in the early twentieth century we were fed a lot of books and movies about the idea of mind control that you could hypnotize someone or give someone a drug that would make them do something that otherwise they would never do. in season by this myth the CIA not only believe that communists had approached or reach this holy grail but that the CIA should also find out a way to do it so M. K. ultra was that project lasting up to ten years in which the CI a sought to find ways to control the human mind they wanted to be able to have a truth serum that would make prisoners say everything they knew also an amnesiac don't make people forget what they had done and most important a technique or a drug that would allow the CIA to direct agents to carry out acts like sabotage or assassinations and then forget who had ordered them to do it or even that they'd carried out the actions at all so M. K. ultra was the most sustained search in history for techniques of mind control so LSD was created in nineteen forty three by Dr Albert Hofmann at the Sandoz laboratories in Basel Switzerland how did the CIA find out about LSD. as part of the search for drugs that would allow people to control the human mind. see I a scientist became aware of the existence of LSD and this became an obsession for the early directors of M. K. ultra actually the M. K. ultra director Sidney Gottlieb can now be seen as the man who brought Ellis Dee to America he was the unwitting godfather of the entire LSD counter culture in the early nineteen fifties he arranged for the CIA to pay two hundred and forty thousand dollars to buy the world's entire supply of LSD he brought this to the United States any began spreading it around to hospitals clinics prisons and other institutions asking them through bogus foundations to carry out research projects and find out what LSD was how people reacted to it and how it might be able to be used as a tool for mind control now the people who volunteered for these experiments and began taking LSD in many cases sounded very pleasurable they told their friends about it who were those people can key easy the author of one flew over the cuckoo's nest got his LSD in an experiment sponsored by the CIA by MK ultra by Sidney Gottlieb so did Robert hunter the lyricist for the Grateful Dead which went on to become a great purveyor of LSD culture Allen Ginsberg the poet who preach the value of the great personal adventure of using LSD got his first LSD from Sidney Gottlieb although of course he never knew that name so C. I. A. brought LST to America on waiting Lee and actually it's a it's a tremendous irony that the drug that the C. I. A. hoped would be it's key to controlling humanity. actually wound up fueling a generational rebellion that was dedicated to destroying everything that the C. I. A. held dear undefended even Timothy Leary who turned a lot of people on to Ellis did he and help guide them through trips he found out about LSD. because of Sidney Gottlieb he wasn't part of one of the experiments but what's the connection. you're absolutely right Tim Leary who became the great guru of LSD first came across psychedelics through Sidney Gottlieb although like all these other people you'd never heard got leaves name because godly lived and complete invisibility so Tim Leary's interest in psychedelic drugs was sparked by an article that appeared in life magazine in nineteen fifty seven it was about a couple of Americans who had gone to Mexico and found the magic mushroom that produces hallucinations Leary was fascinated by this he later went to Mexico and before you ever tried LSD he was using those magic mushrooms what he did not know and had no way of knowing is that that expedition to Mexico that produced the life magazine article was paid for by Sidney Gottlieb and the CIA it was part of his effort to test all kinds of substances including naturally occurring ones like shrubs and trees and barks and mushrooms and fish parts and animal pieces as possible tools for mind control so. it's not surprising that later on in life Tim Leary said the entire Ellis the movement was started by the CIA if you had known better he would have said it was founded by the CIA and in particular Sidney Gottlieb. so just so I understand this correctly so the CIA basically set up. only philanthropic foundations which then funded university and college research and it's through those research experiments that people like Ginsberg in key easy and Robert hunter got introduced to LSD and the university readers researchers had no idea that the research was actually being funded by the CIA I think that's largely correct so Stanford University was running a program in which they asked for volunteers to come in and try this new substance Allen Ginsberg was one of the volunteers so was Robert hunter a similar set of experiments was going on at the Menlo Park veterans administration hospital that's where can keys he took LSD for the first time he was so excited about it he took a job in the hospital and began stealing the LST to give it to his friends that became the basis for one flew over the cuckoo's nest so all of these original strands that came together in the sixties to produce this great counter cultural revolt based around LSD can be traced back through these bogus foundations to the CIA and ultimately the director of M. K. ultra Sidney Gottlieb. no there's a much darker side to this program because a lot of people who are being experimented on they were prisoners I mean they have no idea what they were being given one of those prisoners was the famous gangster Whitey Bolger who is serving time then for hijacking a truck and he was in the Atlanta penitentiary so he actually wrote something describing his experience can you give us a summary of what he said. Whitey Bolger art was one of the prisoners who volunteer for what he was told was an experiment aimed at finding a cure for schizophrenia as part of this experiment he was given LSD every day for more than a year I he later realized that this had nothing to do with schizophrenia and he was a Guinea pig in a government experiment aimed at seeing what people's long term reactions to LSD was essentially could we make a person loses mine by feeding him LST every day over such a long period Bolger wrote afterward about his experiences which he described as quite a rific he thought he was going insane he wrote. I was in prison for committing a crime but they committed a greater crime on me and towards the end of his life Bolger came to realize the truth of what happened to him and he actually told his friends he was gonna find that doctor in Atlanta who was the head of that experiment program in the penitentiary and go kill him now that doctor later died a natural death so bold you didn't get to carry out his wish but Bolger was one of many prisoners across America who unwittingly were fed huge doses of LSD and the reason for this was very simple godly wanted to create a way to seize control of people's minds and he realized it was a two part process first you had to blast away the existing mine second you had to find a way to insert a new mind into that resulting void we didn't get too far on number two but he did a lot of work on number one trying to find out how to destroy the mind of a human being and that was the purpose of experiments that he carried out in prisons in the United States and that secret detention centers in Europe and East Asia and you work with some pretty high class torturous to from one of the **** doctors and the chief poisoner of from Japan during World War two how did they end up in his program. one of the most remarkable discoveries that I made in the research for this book is that the CIA mind control project M. K. ultra was essentially a continuation of work that began in Japanese and **** concentration camps not only was it roughly based on those experiments but the CIA actually hired the vivisection ascend the torturers who had worked in Japan and in **** concentration camps to come and explain what they had found out so that we could build on their research for example not see doctors had conducted extensive experiments with masculine at the Dachau concentration camp. and the C. I. A. was very interested in figuring out whether masculine could be the key to mind control I was one of their big avenues of investigation so they hired the **** doctors who had been involved in that project to advise them another thing the **** provided was information about poison gases like sarin which is still being used not see doctors came to America to fort Detrick in Maryland which was the center of this project to lecture to CIA officers to tell them how long it took for people to die from sarin and was there a difference in how long it took to die if you were a small child or an infant with you an elderly person or the or a healthy middle aged person the only way to know this would be to have killed all those people the CIA was eager to get this kind of information and actually one of the things that is the most bizarre about the fact that we relied on **** doctors. is that Sidney Gottlieb himself was Jewish and his parents had emigrated from central Europe in the early twentieth century if they had not emigrated Sidney Gottlieb might well himself have been brought up in central Europe forced into a ghetto brought to a concentration camp and become the subject of one of these grotesque **** medical experiments none the less he didn't seem to have any problem working as a CI a officer with the doctors who conducted those experiments yeah I found that pretty hard to understand but you know also Kurt Blome one of the **** doctors who was hired by Sidney Gottlieb was on trial in Nuremberg he was acquitted but he was one of the **** doctors who was tried and the Nuremberg cold establish that if you are conducting experiments that the person you are experimenting on needs to give informed consent of course M. K. ultra totally violated the Nuremberg code but apparently the U. S. never sign on to that never adopted that. if the United States had used the Nuremberg code domestically Sidney Gottlieb would never have been able to do what he did there couldn't have been M. K. ultra what Sidney Gottlieb did is exactly what we sentence **** doctors to death after the second World War for doing in concentration camps let me reintroduce you here if you're just joining us my guest is Stephen Kinzer his new book is called poisoner in chief Sidney Gottlieb and the CI a search for mind control we'll be right back after a short break this is fresh AIR..

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"sidney gottlieb" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

15:24 min | 1 year ago

"sidney gottlieb" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The CIA's secret experiments with LSD there which the sixties counterculture luminaries like can keys in Allen Ginsberg were first introduced to the drug there's a lot more to the C. I. S. experiments with LSD and some of it is pretty horrifying my guest journalist Steven Kinzer has been several years investigating the CIA's mind control program which was known as M. K. ultra LST was just one of the mind altering drugs that were tested in the program to see if and how they could be weaponized to control Uman behavior many of the unwitting subjects of these experiments are subjected to what amounts to psychological torture the M. K. ultra program was created by Sidney Gottlieb in nineteen fifty three he ran it until it was shut down in the early sixties Gottlieb was also the C. I. A.'s chief chemist creating poisons and innovative ways of surreptitiously administering them he also became head of the CI a program that creates high tech gadgets for spies to use Stephen cancers new book is called poisoner in chief Sidney Gottlieb and the CIA search from mind control one of cancers previous books was about the dullest brothers Alan and John foster Dulles Allen Dulles was the CIA director during most of the years M. K. ultra was in operation. Stephen Kinzer welcome back to fresh air let's start with what was the mission of M. K. ultra. during the early period of the Cold War in the late forties and early nineteen fifties the CIA became paralyzed with a fear that communists had perfected some kind of a drug or a potion or a technique that would allow them to control human minds this is actually a greatly exaggerated fear but it played on something cultural that affected everybody that grew up in the early twentieth century we were fed a lot of books and movies about the idea of mind control that you could hypnotize someone or give someone a drug that would make them do something that otherwise they would never do. in season by this myth the CIA not only believe that communists had approached or reach this holy grail bot that the CIA should also find out a way to do it so M. K. ultra was that project lasting up to ten years in which the C. I. A. sought to find ways to control the human mind they wanted to be able to have a truth serum that would make prisoners say everything they knew also an amnesiac don't make people forget what they had done and most important a technique or a drug that would allow the CIA to direct agents to carry out acts like sabotage or assassinations and then forget who had ordered them to do it or even that they had carried out the actions at all so M. K. ultra was the most sustained search in history for techniques of mind control so it was the was created in nineteen forty three by Dr Albert Hofmann at the Sandoz laboratories in Basel Switzerland how did the CIA find out about LSD. as part of the search for drugs that would allow people to control the human mind. see I a scientist became aware of the existence of LSD and this became an obsession for the early directors of M. K. ultra actually the M. K. ultra director Sidney Gottlieb can now be seen as the man who brought Ellis Dee to America he was the unwitting godfather of the entire Ellis Dee counter culture in the early nineteen fifties he arranged for the CIA to pay two hundred and forty thousand dollars to buy the world's entire supply of LSD he brought this to the United States any began spreading it around to hospitals clinics prisons and other institutions asking them through bogus foundations to carry out research projects and find out what LSD was how people reacted to it and how it might be able to be used as a tool for mind control now the people who volunteered for these experiments and began taking LSD in many cases sounded very pleasurable they told their friends about it who were those people can key easy the author of one flew over the cuckoo's nest got his LSD in an experiment sponsored by the CIA by MK ultra by Sidney Gottlieb so did Robert hunter the lyricist for the Grateful Dead which went on to become a great purveyor of LSD culture Allen Ginsberg the poet who preach the value of the great personal adventure of using LSD got his first LSD from Sidney Gottlieb although of course he never knew that name so C. I. A. brought LSD to America I'm waiting and actually it's a it's a tremendous irony that the drug that the C. I. A. hoped would be it's key to controlling humanity. actually wound up feeling a generational rebellion that was dedicated to destroying everything that the C. I. A. held dear undefended even Timothy Leary who turned a lot of people on to Ellis Dee and help guide them through trips he found out about LSD. because of Sidney Gottlieb he wasn't part of one of the experiments but what's the connection. you're absolutely right Tim Leary who became the great guru of LSD first came across psychedelics through Sidney Gottlieb although like all these other people you've never heard got leaves name because godly lived and complete invisibility so Tim Leary's interest in psychedelic drugs was sparked by an article that appeared in life magazine in nineteen fifty seven it was about a couple of Americans who had gone to Mexico and found the magic mushroom that produces hallucinations Leary was fascinated by this he later went to Mexico and before you ever tried LSD he was using those magic mushrooms what he did not know and had no way of knowing is that that expedition to Mexico that produced the life magazine article was paid for by Sidney Gottlieb and the CIA it was part of his effort to test all kinds of substances including naturally occurring ones like shrubs and trees and barks and mushrooms and fish parts and animal pieces as possible tools for mind control so it's not surprising that later on in life Tim Leary said the entire Ellis the movement was started by the CIA if you had known better he would have said it was founded by the CIA and in particular Sidney Gottlieb. Sir just so I understand this correctly so the CIA basically set up. only philanthropic foundations which then funded university and college research and it's through those research experiments that people like Ginsberg in key easy and Robert hunter got introduced to LSD and the university readers researchers had no idea that the research was actually being funded by the CIA I think that's largely correct so Stanford University was running a program in which they asked for volunteers to come in and try this new substance Allen Ginsberg was one of the volunteers so was Robert hunter similar set of experiments was going on at the Menlo Park veterans administration hospital that's where can keys he took LSD for the first time he was so excited about it he took a job in the hospital and began stealing the LST to give it to his friends that became the basis for one flew over the cuckoo's nest so all of these original strands that came together in the sixties to produce this great counter cultural revolt based around LSD can be traced back through these bogus foundations to the CIA and ultimately the director of M. K. ultra Sidney Gottlieb. no there's a much darker side to this program because a lot of people who are being experimented on they were prisoners I mean they have no idea what they were being given one of those prisoners was the famous gangster Whitey Bolger who is serving time then for hijacking a truck and he was in the Atlanta penitentiary so he actually wrote something describing his experience can you give us a summary of what he said. Whitey Bolger art was one of the prisoners who volunteer for what he was told was an experiment aimed at finding a cure for schizophrenia as part of this experiment he was given LSD every day for more than a year hi he later realized that this had nothing to do with schizophrenia and he was a Guinea pig in a government experiment aimed at seeing what people's long term reactions to LSD was essentially could we make a person loses mine by feeding him LST every day over such a long period Bolger wrote afterward about his experiences which he described as quite horrific you thought he was going insane he wrote. I was in prison for committing a crime but they committed a greater crime on me and towards the end of his life Bolger came to realize the truth of what happened to him and he actually told his friends he was gonna find that doctor in Atlanta who was the head of that experiment program in the penitentiary and go kill him now that doctor later died a natural death so Bolger didn't get to carry out his wish but Bolger was one of many prisoners across America who unwittingly were fed huge doses of LSD and the reason for this was very simple godly wanted to create a way to seize control of people's minds and he realized it was a two part process first you had to blast away the existing mine second you had to find a way to insert a new mind into that resulting void we didn't get too far on number two but he did a lot of work on number one trying to find out how to destroy the mind of a human being and that was the purpose of experiments that he carried out in prisons in the United States and that secret detention centers in Europe and East Asia and you work with some pretty high class torturers to from one of the **** doctors and the chief poisoner from Japan during World War two how did they end up in his program. one of the most remarkable discoveries that I made in the research for this book is that the CIA mind control project M. K. ultra was essentially a continuation of work that began in Japanese and **** concentration camps not only was it roughly based on those experiments but the CIA actually hired the vivisection ascend the torturers who had worked in Japan and in **** concentration camps to come and explain what they had found out so that we could build on their research for example **** doctors had conducted extensive experiments with masculine at the Dachau concentration camp. and the C. I. A. was very interested in figuring out whether masculine could be the key to mind control I was one of their big avenues of investigation so they hired the **** doctors who had been involved in that project to advise them another thing the **** provided was information about poison gases like sarin which is still being used not see doctors came to America to fort Detrick in Maryland which was the center of this project to lecture to CIA officers to tell them how long it took for people to die from sarin and was there a difference in how long it took to die if you were a small child or an infant with you an elderly person or the or a healthy middle aged person the only way to know this would be to have killed all those people the CIA was eager to get this kind of information and actually one of the things that is the most bizarre about the fact that we relied on **** doctors. is that Sidney Gottlieb himself was Jewish and his parents had emigrated from central Europe in the early twentieth century if they had not emigrated Sidney Gottlieb might well himself have been brought up in central Europe forced into a ghetto brought to a concentration camp and become the subject of one of these grotesque **** medical experiments none the less he didn't seem to have any problem working as a CI a officer with the doctors who conducted those experiments yeah I found that pretty hard to understand but you know also Kurt Blome one of the **** doctors who was hired by Sidney Gottlieb was on trial in Nuremberg he was acquitted but he was one of the **** doctors who was tried and the Nuremberg cold establish that if you are conducting experiments that the person your experimenting on needs to give informed consent of course MK ultra totally violated the Nuremberg code but apparently the U. S. never sign on to that never adopted that. if the United States had used the Nuremberg code domestically Sydney godly would never have been able to do what he did there couldn't have been M. K. ultra what Sidney Gottlieb did is exactly what we sentence **** doctors to death after the second World War for doing in concentration camps let me reintroduce you here if you're just joining us my guest to Stephen Kinzer his new book is called poisoner in chief Sidney Gottlieb and the CI a search for mind control we'll be right back after a short break this is fresh AIR..

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"sidney gottlieb" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:46 min | 1 year ago

"sidney gottlieb" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Is fresh air I'm Terry gross let's get back to my interview with Stephen Kinzer about his new book poisoner in chief Sidney Gottlieb and the CI a search for mind control in the fifties and early sixties got Lee patted the secret CIA program M. K. ultra which conducted experiments to see if LSD and other mind altering drugs could be weaponized as a form of mind control got Lee was also the C. I. A.'s chief chemist creating poisons and unusual ways of surreptitiously administering them should they be needed to kill enemies including world leaders any head of the program that created high tech gadgets for spice. one of the users got leave envisioned for LSD was you could slip it to an unfriendly world leader and their behavior would be so a radic and weird that they lose popularity or they'd be thrown out of office because they would appear to not be able to function normally anymore. you're right so godly was the chief CIA chemist in that capacity he was also the chief poison maker so he made the poisons to kill show in life you know Castro Patrice Lumumba but he wasn't only involved in making poisons to kill people he was also interested in making toxins that would affect their behavior in various ways. he made a list of the ways you thought to our he thought drugs could be used to affect behavior could you find a drug that would alter personality structure in a way that would allow the operator to take control of another person's behavior could you produce shock and confusion or physical disablement at one point he came up with the idea of using a spray can full of LSD to pollute the studio in which Fidel Castro was going to give a radio speech and then presumably caster would become disoriented and as you say you lose popularity and fall from power this is the level of bizarre locks the he became involved with when he was hired as part of a separate aspect of his job besides M. K. ultra to be the person who devised toxins and psycho active substances to be used in covert operations by CIA officers around the world so this is a little side bar that I found very interesting as somebody who listens to a lot of jazz the people who Sidney Gottlieb hired included George hunter white who directed a lot of the M. K. alter experiments and he had been a narcotics agent and let the narcotics bureaus campaign against jazz in New York City he spied on musicians and trap them including Billie Holiday. and Billie Holiday being busted was a turning point in her career because she couldn't get a cabaret license their places she couldn't perform and it was it was a really tragic thing for her and that's this guy. George hunter white was one of the key operatives of M. K. ultra and he stands out even in this extremely bizarre M. K. ultra cast of **** doctors and torturers and obsessed chemists so George under white as you say was narcotics agent in New York but he was a kind of narcotics agent who not only lived at the edge of the law he crossed over a lot he used all the substances that he confiscated from people his his any use of alcohol in narcotics was legendary but he was also a cop who did pursue jazz figures including Billie Holiday he had a special this light for her because he said of the way that she flaunted her for sent her a big cars was offensive to hand while I'm in the early nineteen fifties Gottlieb hired this guy George hunter white to run a safe house forum in New York City to which people would be lord off the street and then given LSD so a C. I. A. officers could watch them from an adjoining apartment through a one way mirror later white was moved to San Francisco where he set up one of the craziest M. K. ultra projects that was known inside the agency as operation midnight climax this was an operation in which white would assemble a stable of prostitutes who would bring their men back to an apartment that the CIA hired and furnish feed them LSD and George under right would sit in an adjoining apartment sitting on a portable toilet drinking pictures of martinis while watching people having sex under the influence of LSD with a vague idea that this was somehow going to help the United States defeat communism so these are the kind of people that naturally gravitate to a project like this one when the men were having sex with prostitutes and were unknowingly given doses of LSD where they then ask questions to. see what their answers would be like under LSD. exactly so white and the people who work with him would trap these prostitutes and they would say well we want to find out under what circumstances under what combination of sex and drugs a man would be most likely to reveal secrets so we want you to stay with the guy after the thing is over and talk to them and try to draw him out about his work and ask him for example you know that plane you been working on so how high does it fly really and the idea was to try to draw out information and to see whether drugs could make people talk and of course they found out things that are very obvious that people will talk man we'll talk after sex and the people who work observing these experiments like George hunter white had no background in psychology or anything that would allow them to assess these situations in a clinical way everything was very slapdash and haphazard so not surprisingly no serious results ever came out of this except the fact that we can now sit here and talk about the fact that our tax dollars were used to pay for a board tell all run by the CIA in San Francisco to which on waiting men were brought Fidel is D. and used as experiments and in Sidney Gottlieb's campaign to try to figure out how to penetrate the human mind so it could be controlled in the interests of the United States government and its covert projects around the world well there's plenty more to talk about but we have to take a short break here if you're just joining us my guest to Stephen Kinzer his new book is called poisoner in chief Sidney Gottlieb and the CI a search for mind control we'll be right back this is fresh AIR W..

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"sidney gottlieb" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:40 min | 1 year ago

"sidney gottlieb" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Time there was a chronic shortage of providers one Indiana Medical Center has found a workaround. how are you doing today telus psychiatry in my opinion dyslexic hi Mary Louise Kelley that story this afternoon on All Things Considered from NPR news. starting at four on W. NYC. this is fresh air and if you're just joining us my guest is Stephen Kinzer were talking about his new book poisoner in chief Sidney Gottlieb and the CI a search for mind control got leave created the M. K. ultra program which experimented with psychoactive drugs like LSD to see what the effects were with the goal of learning a fallacy could be weaponized as a form of mind control. it wasn't just a question of administering the super high doses of LSD for very extended periods of time there was also like questioning and other kind of testing that went along with the administration of these high does this tell us about that. god leave and the C. I. A. established secret detention centers throughout Europe and East Asia particularly in Japan and Germany in the Philippines which were largely under American control in the period of the early fifties and therefore godly didn't have to worry about any legal entanglements in these places he carried out his most extreme experiments some undoubtedly fatal we don't know how many people died but I number did and many lives were permanently destroyed so what you found in these Europe experiments was a confluence of two interests both that doctor preoccupied the CIA number one was got leaves desire to find the two the key to mind control which the CIA considered its absolute greatest project and most important priority second CIA officers in Europe and Asia we're capturing enemy agents and others who they felt might be a suspect in persons or were otherwise what they called expendable they would grab these people and throw them into cells and then test all kinds of not just drug potions but other techniques like electroshock extremes of temperature sensory isolation all the mean time bombarding them with questions trying to see if they could break down resistance and find a way to destroy the human ego so these were a projects designed not only to understand the human but to vow to destroy it and that may god leave although in some ways a very compassionate person certainly the most prolific torturer of his generation. and were there any guidelines in effect in the US that would have made it illegal had people known what he was doing this is one of the most remarkable aspects of the got leave story he operator almost completely without supervision he had sort of a check a jeweler boss and from Israel boss Richard Helms and from the CIA director Allen Dulles but none of them really wanted to know what he was doing this guy had a license to kill he was allowed to requisition human subjects across the United States and around the world and subject them to any kind of abuse that he wanted even up to the level of it being fatal yet nobody will looked over his shoulder he never had to file serious reports to anybody I think the mentality must've been this project is so important. mind control if it can be mastered is the key to global world power that the idea of a disturbing a few lives or losing even a few hundred lives could not be seen as important enough to outweigh that imperative only when you get caught up in a clause like that that allows you to put aside conscience and all other moral considerations and even serious scientific considerations can you allow yourself to get caught up in a situation like this where one person is allowed on his own whim to go out and torture and kill people and the people who might be supervising him really don't want to hear about it for reasons that have to do with the old C. I. A. code which is the code of all secret services the less you know the better you're not implicated as a result of this godly was allowed to work for ten years without anybody supervising him or even really being aware or wanting to be aware of what he was doing. so it before Sidney Gottlieb started experimenting with LSD he ran C. I. A. experiments with marijuana cocaine heroin masculine. I guess those didn't work as mind control drugs. he was trying everything he not only use the drugs that you mentioned but extreme forms of stimulants and sedatives one of the techniques they tested in Europe was to send data person to the call must state and then feed him extreme doses of stimulants and then when the person was in the transition phase between comatose and hyper active they would electro shock him with a very high doses hoping that maybe this combination would be the thing that could blow away a person's mind so. the CI a and got leave in particular and at were limited only by their own imagination god leaves imagination ran wild he himself used LSD by his own estimate about at least two hundred times so is managing nation was very fertile and under the conditions of his employment he was allowed to pursue any form of experimentation then you could imagine. my guest is Stephen Kinzer his new book is called poisoner in chief Sidney Gottlieb and the CI a search for mind control after a break we'll talk about how got leave thought LST could be weaponized to weaken world leaders and how he created poisons that can be used to assassinate them I'm Terry gross and this is fresh AIR..

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"sidney gottlieb" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"sidney gottlieb" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"To Rutgers University medical person, and these names are blacked out. But when you go through at many, I've been studying some of them with John helping me get them, and you can get the get the rhythm of who is writing to who. And this is definitely director Sidney Gottlieb to Rutgers University, medical person and Gottlieb indicates interest in mass hypnosis of public events by asking any ideas concerning the use of hypnosis or suggestion by orators to audiences of various sizes. This is important particularly tricks of oratory voice level studies in any knowledge, you may have the large audiences being affected by moving pictures television broadcasts in the possibility of developing speaking technique before large audiences, which would include mannerism. Designed to heighten group susceptibility the matters. We are discussing are most sensitive and are very high reclassified if you wish to keep the list of subjects for consideration. Cut them out of this letter and destroy the rest close quote amazing story Greenwald. Does a great job, by the way. Yes. It's very valuable what he is doing and all of us should be trying to study some of these documents that are seeing the light of day for the first time and the relevance to this issue. What about somebody like a John herald LeVine who doesn't make sense on a lot of subjects? But in this next half hour, you're going to hear why you're can't slam the door. Linda, do you face controversy when you go out and do these stories? Does anybody try to you know, quiet? You. I mean like going out and things like that. They do in terms of the dozens of times that I had an interview ready to go. Whether it was by phone or face to face, and they get a visit from people in black suits who say we are here to remind you of your patriotic duty, and you are never to talk with Linda Moulton Howe again. And that has happened literally dozens of times, I've I do not feel.

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"sidney gottlieb" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"sidney gottlieb" Discussed on KGO 810

"Was a letter to a Rutgers University medical person, and these names are blocked out. But when you go through at many, I've been studying some of them with John helping me get them, and you can get the get the rhythm of who is writing to who. And this is definitely director Sidney Gottlieb to Rutgers University, medical person and Gottlieb indicate interest in mass hypnosis a public events by asking any ideas concerning the use of hypnosis or suggestion by orators to audiences of various sizes. This is important particularly tricks of oratory voice level studies in any knowledge, you may have the large audiences being affected by moving pictures television broadcasts in the possibility of developing speaking technique before large audiences, which would include mannerism. Designed to heighten group susceptibility the matters. We are discussing are most sensitive and are very high reclassified if you wish to keep the list of subjects for consideration. Cut them out of this letter and destroy the rest close quote amazing story Greenwald. Does a great job, by the way does. Yes, it's very valuable what he is doing and all of us should be trying to study some of these documents that are seeing the light of day for the first time and the relevance to this issue. What about somebody like John herald LeVine who doesn't make sense on a lot of subjects? But in this next half hour, you're going to hear why you're can't slam the door. Linda, do you face controversy? When you go out do these stories. Does anybody try to you know, quiet? You. Phone lines going out and things like that. They do in terms of the dozens of times that I have had an interview ready to go. Whether it was by phone or face to face, and they get a visit from people in black suits who say we are here to remind you of your patriotic duty, and you are never to talk with Linda Moulton Howe again. And that has happened literally dozens of times, I've I do not feel that I should back off trying to do legitimate journalistic work about something as important as we're not alone in this universe. There's alien presences here on the moon and beyond and that's a fact, and we're just waiting for the governments to finally acknowledge it and that if if we are going to live in. A country that doesn't turn into a fascist. We stay in the United States..

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"sidney gottlieb" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"sidney gottlieb" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"To a Rutgers University medical person, and these names are blocked out. But when you go through at many, I've been studying some of them with John helping me get them, and you can get the get the rhythm of who is writing to who. And this is definitely director Sidney Gottlieb to Rutgers University, medical person and Gottlieb indicates interest in mass hypnosis public events by asking any ideas concerning the use of hypnosis or suggestion by orators to audiences of various sizes. This is important particularly tricks of oratory voice level studies in any knowledge, you may have the large audiences being affected by moving pictures television broadcasts and the possibility of developing speaking technique before large audiences which would include mannerisms designed to heighten group susceptibility the matters. We are discussing are most sensitive and are very high reclassified if you wish to keep the list of subjects for consideration. Cut them out of this letter and destroy the rest close quote. Amazing story Greenwald. Does a great job, by the way. Does that? Yes. It's very valuable what he is doing and all of us should be trying to study some of these documents that are seeing the light of day for the first time and the relevance to this issue. What about somebody like a John herald LeVine who doesn't make sense on a lot of subjects? But in this next half hour, you're going to hear why you can't slam the door. Linda d-, do you face controversy when you go out and do these stories? Does anybody try to you know, quiet? You. I mean like lines going out and things like that. They do in terms of the dozens of times that I have had an interview ready to go. Whether it was by phone or face to face, and they get a visit from people in black suits who say we are here to remind you of your patriotic duty, and you are never to talk with Linda Moulton Hal again. And that has happened literally dozens of times, I I do not feel that I should back off trying to do legitimate journalistic work.

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"sidney gottlieb" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"sidney gottlieb" Discussed on WLAC

"A letter to a Rutgers University medical person, and these names are blocked out. But when you go through at many, I've been studying some of them with John helping me get them, and you can get the get the rhythm of who is writing to who. And this is definitely director Sidney Gottlieb to Rutgers University, medical person and Gottlieb indicates interest in mass hypnosis public events by asking any ideas concerning the use of hypnosis or suggestion by orators to audiences of various sizes. This is important particularly tricks of oratory voice level studies in any knowledge, you may have the large audiences being affected by moving pictures television broadcasts in the possibility of developing a speaking technique before large audiences which would include mannerism. Designed to heighten group susceptibility the matters. We are discussing are most sensitive and are very high reclassified if you wish to keep the list of subjects for consideration. Cut them out of this letter and destroy the rest close quote amazing story Greenwald. Does a great job, by the way does. Yes, it's very valuable what he is doing and all of us should be trying to study some of these documents that are seeing the light of day for the first time and the relevance to this issue. What about somebody like a John herald LeVine who doesn't make sense on a lot of subjects? But in this next half hour, you're going to hear why you can't slam the door. Linda, do you face controversy when you go out and do these stories? Does anybody try to you know, quiet? You. Going out and things like that. They do in terms of the dozens of times that I had an interview ready to go. Whether it was by phone or face to face, and they get a visit from people in black suits who say we are here to remind you of your patriotic duty, and you are never to talk with Linda Moulton Howe again. And that has happened literally dozens of times, I I do not feel that I should back off trying to do legitimate journalistic work about something as important as we're not alone in this universe. There's alien presences here on the moon and beyond and that's a fact, and we're just waiting for the governments to finally knowledge it and that if if we are going to live in a country that doesn't turn into a fascist. We.

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"sidney gottlieb" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"sidney gottlieb" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"It was a letter to a rut Grizz university medical person, and these names are blocked out. But when you go through at many, I've been studying some of them with John helping me get them, and you can get the you get the rhythm of who is writing to who. And this is definitely director Sidney Gottlieb to Rutgers University, medical person and Gottlieb indicates interest in mass hypnosis, a public events by asking any ideas concerning the use of hypnosis or suggestion by orators to audiences of various sizes. This is important particularly tricks of oratory voice level studies in any knowledge, you may have the large audiences being affected by moving pictures television. Broadcast and the possibility of developing speaking technique before large audiences which would include mannerisms designed to heighten group susceptibility the matters. We are discussing are most sensitive and are very high reclassified if you wish to keep the list of subjects for consideration. Cut them out of this letter and destroy the rest close quote amazing story Greenwald. Does a great job, by the way does. Yes, it's very valuable what he is doing and all of us should be trying to study some of these documents that are seeing the light of day for the first time and the relevance to this issue. What about somebody like a John herald LeVine who doesn't make sense on a lot of subjects? But in this next half hour, you're going to hear why you can't slam. I'm the door. Linda, d do you face controversy when you go out and do these stories? Does anybody try to you know, quiet u so lines going out and things like that? They do in terms of the dozens of times that I had an interview ready to go. Whether it was by phone or face to face, and they get a visit from people in black suits who say we are here to remind you of your patriotic duty, and you are never to talk with Linda Moulton how again and that has happened literally dozens of times. I I do not feel that I should back off trying to do legitimate journalistic work about something as important as we're not alone in this universe. There's alien presences here on the moon and beyond, and that's a fact, and we're just waiting for the government to finally knowledge it and that if if we are going to live in a country that doesn't turn into a fascist state in.

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"sidney gottlieb" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"sidney gottlieb" Discussed on KTOK

"Was a letter to a Rutgers University medical person, and these names are blocked out. But when you go through at many, I've been studying some of them with John helping me get them, and you can get the get the rhythm of who is writing to who. And this is definitely director Sidney Gottlieb to Rutgers University, medical person and Gottlieb indicates interest in mass hypnosis a public event by asking any ideas concerning the use of hypnosis or suggestion by orators to audiences of various sizes this. Important particularly tricks of oratory voice level studies in any knowledge, you may have the large audiences being affected by moving pictures television broadcasts and the possibility of developing speaking technique before large audiences which would include mannerisms designed to heighten group susceptibility the matters. We are discussing are most sensitive and are very high reclassified if you wish to keep the list of subjects for consideration. Cut them out of this letter and destroy the rest close quote amazing story Greenwald. Does a great job, by the way. Yes. It's very valuable what he is doing and all of us should be trying to study some of these documents that are seeing the light of day for the first time and the relevance to this issue. What about somebody like a John herald LeVine? But does it make sense on a lot of subjects? But in this next half hour, you're going to hear why you can't slam the door. Linda, do you face controversy when you go out and do these stories? Does anybody try to you know, quiet, you I mean like four lines going out and things like that? They do in terms of the dozens of times that I had an interview ready to go. Whether it was by phone or face to face, and they get a visit from people in black suits who say we are here to remind you of your patriotic duty, and you are never to talk with Linda Moulton Howe again. And that has happened literally dozens of times, I I do not feel that I should back off trying to do legitimate journalistic work about something as important as we're not alone in this universe. There's alien presences here on the moon and beyond and that's a fact and we're just waiting for the governments to finally acknowledged. And that if if we are going to live in a country that doesn't turn into a fascist state in the United States. Then it's behoove you me and everybody who is a professional journalistic role that we keep trying to report facts interests, exactly, we'll be back with more in a moment on coast to coast, Dale..

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"sidney gottlieb" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"sidney gottlieb" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"It was a letter to a Rutgers University medical person, and these names are blocked out. But when you go through at many, I've been studying some of them with John helping me get them, and you can get the you get the rhythm of who is writing to who. And this is definitely director Sidney Gottlieb to Rutgers University medical person and leave indicates interest in mass hypnosis of public events by asking any ideas concerning the use of hypnosis or suggestion by orators to audiences of various sizes. This is important particularly tricks of oratory voice level studies in any knowledge, you may have the large audiences being affected by moving pictures television broadcasts and the possibility of developing speaking technique before large audiences, which would include mannerism. Designed to heighten group susceptibility the matters. We are discussing are most sensitive and are very high reclassified if you wish to keep the list of subjects for consideration. Cut them out of this letter and destroy the rest close quote amazing story Greenwald. Does a great job, by the way does. Yes, it's very valuable what he is doing and all of us should be trying to study some of these documents that are seeing the light of day for the first time and the relevance to this issue. What about somebody like a John herald LeVine who doesn't make sense on a lot of subjects? But in this next half hour, you're going to hear why you can't slam the door. Linda, d do you face controversy when you go out and do these stories? Does anybody try to you know, quiet? You. I mean, like phone lines going out and things like that. They do in terms of the dozens of times that I have had an interview ready to go. Whether it was by phone or face to face, and they get a visit from people in black suits who say we are here to remind you of your patriotic duty, and you are never to talk with Linda Moulton, how again, and that has happened literally dozens of times,.

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"sidney gottlieb" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"sidney gottlieb" Discussed on KTRH

"You get the rhythm of who is writing to who. And this is definitely director Sidney Gottlieb to Rutgers University, medical person and Gottlieb indicates interest in mass hypnosis, a public events by asking any ideas concerning the use of hypnosis or suggestion by orators to audiences of various sizes. This is important particularly tricks of oratory voice level studies in any knowledge, you may have a large audience is being affected by moving pictures television broadcasts in the possibility of developing speaking technique before large audiences, which would include mannerism. Designed to heighten groups susceptibility the matters. We are discussing are most sensitive and are very high reclassified if you wish to keep the list of subjects for consideration. Cut them out of this letter and destroy the rest close quote amazing story Greenwald. Does a great job, by the way. Does that? Yes. It's it was very valuable what he is doing and all of us should be trying to study some of these documents that are seeing the light of day for the first time and the relevance to this issue. What about somebody like a John herald LeVine doesn't make sense on a lot of subjects? Good in this next half hour, you're going to hear why you can't slam the door. Linda, do you face controversy when you go out and do these stories? Does anybody try to you know, quiet? You. I mean like going out and things like that. In terms of the dozens of times that I have had an interview ready to go. Whether it was by phone or face to face, and.

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"sidney gottlieb" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"sidney gottlieb" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"It was a letter to a Rutgers University medical person, and these names are blacked out. But when you go through at many, I've been studying some of them with John helping me get them, and you can get the you get the rhythm of who is writing to who. And this is definitely director Sidney Gottlieb to Rutgers University, medical person and Gottlieb indicate interest in mass hypnosis public events by asking any ideas concerning the use of hypnosis or suggestion by orators to audiences various sizes. This is important particularly tricks of oratory voice level studies in any knowledge, you may have the large audiences being affected by moving pictures television broadcasts and the possibility of developing a speaking technique before large audiences which would include mannerisms. Designed to heighten group susceptibility the matters. We are discussing are most sensitive and are very highly classified. If you wish to keep the list of subjects for consideration. Cut them out of this letter and destroy the rest close quote amazing story Greenwald. Does a great job, by the way. Does. Yes. It's very valuable what he is doing and all of us should be trying to study some of these documents that are seeing the light of day for the first time and the relevance to this issue. What about somebody like a John herald LeVine, but doesn't make sense on a lot of subjects. But in this next half hour, you're going to hear why you can't slam the door. Linda, do you face controversy? When you go out do these stories. Does anybody try to you know, quiet? You. I mean like going out and things like that. They do in terms of the dozens of times that I had an interview ready to go. Whether it was by phone or face to face, and they get a visit from people in black suits who say we are here to remind you of your patriotic duty, and you are never to talk with Linda Moulton, how again, and that has happened literally dozens of times, I've I do not feel.

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"sidney gottlieb" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"sidney gottlieb" Discussed on WRVA

"It was a letter to a Rutgers University medical person, and these names are blacked out. But when you go through at many, I've been studying some of them with John helping me get them, and you can get the you get the rhythm of who is writing to who. And this is definitely director Sidney Gottlieb to Rutgers University, medical person and Gottlieb indicates interest in mass hypnosis, a public events by asking any ideas concerning the use of hypnosis or suggestion by orators to audiences of various sizes. This is important particularly tricks of oratory voice level studies in any knowledge, you may have the large audiences being affected by moving pictures television broadcasts in the possibility of developing a speaking technique before large audiences which would include mannerism. Designed to heighten group susceptibility the matters. We are discussing are most sensitive and are very high reclassified if you wish to keep the list of subjects for consideration. Cut them out of this letter and destroy the rest close quote amazing story Greenwald. Does a great job, by the way does. Yes. It's was very valuable what he is doing and all of us should be trying to study some of these documents that are seeing the light of day for the first time and the relevance to this issue. What about somebody like a John herald LeVine who doesn't make sense on a lot of subjects that in this next half hour, you're going to hear why you can't slam the door when the do you face controversy when you go out and do these stories. Does anybody try to you know, quiet? You. I mean like going out and things like that. They do in terms of the dozens of times that I have had an interview ready to go by phone or face to face, and they get a visit from people in black suits who say we are here to remind you of your patriotic duty, and you are never to talk with Linda Moulton Howe again. And that has happened literally dozens.

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"sidney gottlieb" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"sidney gottlieb" Discussed on KTRH

"It that was. Really funny we just couldn't. Finish it I roll it took us ten years to find out that the CIA was behind all this and the names of the doctors came out and connected. With that and that opened up all kinds of other avenues that we had to. Look into and we were Afraid of what it. Could do to our careers of course you know I was or physically I was writing Star Wars books for George Lucas in the nineteen. Nineties I in the nineteen eighties I was the. Production coordinator for every single transformers cartoon. You know I said. I loved the submarine well. When I got to Hollywood I ended up with the job of being the production coordinator and my name is big on the TV screen on seventy nine episodes. Of the original transformers and you know Stanley was at marvel out Sammy's were they. Made on Japan Well we produce them all out of. Los Angeles but animation was done in three different places tally company in Japan Some in, the Philippines and some. With a com company in Korea will send the packages once, we prepared the scripts the storyboards we had the voices so I was involved with all of that. And Star Wars and I was trying to, get Roswell, going if I. Hit released blowing America's mind at that time I thought this could be. A, huge setback you know and Selby felt John, Selby felt the same way we waited until, everyone was dead George They're all dead the CIA people are dead the professors dead on Helms. Orga Sidney Gottlieb we've got Humphry is gone, on free, Osmond is dad. Bernard Aronson who was head of. The head hypnotise there is is. Deceased Outgoing, who, was president of Princeton and Georgia have. To say I have to say because. You asked me what did Princeton think when the book came out and the only thing I told you was well the daily prince Tony and put it on the front, page they did a massive fees on it but when John, Selby was having his fiftieth reunion. Class..

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