Homeland Security conducting mind-control research
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has gone to many strange places in its search for ways to identify terrorists before they attack, but perhaps none stranger than this lab on the outskirts of Russia's capital. The institute has for years served as the center of an obscure field of human behavior study -- dubbed psychoecology -- that traces it roots back to Soviet-era mind control research.
What's gotten DHS' attention is the institute's work on a system called Semantic Stimuli Response Measurements Technology, or SSRM Tek, a software-based mind reader that supposedly tests a subject's involuntary response to subliminal messages.
SSRM Tek is presented to a subject as an innocent computer game that flashes subliminal images across the screen -- like pictures of Osama bin Laden or the World Trade Center. The "player" -- a traveler at an airport screening line, for example -- presses a...
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All Americans should be happythat our government[tyranny]is looking out for our best interests[big brother]. We all know that President Bush[power hungry autocrat] is the fatherly and kindest[torture detainees]man that God[Jewish lobby]could have blessed[cursed]us with. I am proud to be an American[please don't send me to GITMO]where at least I know I'm free[guard dog bites]and my rights[women's underwear on my head]are guarded.