Why The Alarming Rise In Suicide Rates Among Vets?

Donna Anderson
June 25, 2013

Iraq war veteran Daniel Somers.

No one likes to talk about death or suicide, especially when it involves the brave men and women defending our country. But, in 2012, Pentagon officials announced that battle casualties are no longer the primary reason for soldiers’ deaths. Now, the primary cause of death is suicide.

The alarming rise in suicide rates among veterans simply can’t be ignored. In 2011 there were 283 suicides among military personnel. In 2012 that number jumped 15 percent to 303. And according to an article at Forbes, so far in 2013, every 65 minutes a military veteran commits suicide. That’s 22 suicides per day.

A suicide note left by Iraq war veteran Daniel Somers and released to the public by his family offers some insights:

“The simple truth is this: During my first deployment, I was made to participate in things, the enormity of which is hard to describe. War crimes, crimes against humanity,” wrote Somers. “Though I did not participate willingly, and made what I thought was my best effort to stop these events, there are some things that a person simply can not come back from. I take some pride in that, actually, as to move on in life after being part of such a thing would be the mark of a sociopath in my mind. These things go far beyond what most are even aware of.”

On Friday, David Knight interviewed Dr. William Francis Pepper during the Alex Jones show. Pepper is an English Barrister and an American attorney who’s currently working with Sirhan Sirhan, trying to reopen his case. Pepper believes there is overwhelming evidence that indicates Sirhan was mentally programmed by the CIA to assassinate Senator Robert F. Kennedy.

What does Sirhan Sirhan have to do with the rising suicide rate among veterans?

In the early 1950s the CIA’s Scientific Intelligence Division launched Project MKUltra, an experiment in behavioral engineering of humans, a.k.a. mind control or brainwashing. The project was officially abandoned in 1973 but there’s evidence that it still continues today under different names and agencies.

One of the most successful techniques used to gain control of the subject’s mind was to induce a psychotic break or split personality in the subject. To accomplish this, subjects were exposed to unspeakable atrocities — they were forced to witness and perform rapes and other sexual abuses, they were tortured and forced to torture others, they were drugged, and humiliated, and forced to experience or participate in highly-traumatic and shocking events, over and over again until their mind just shattered into pieces.

Once the subject suffered a psychotic break, it was easy to go in and reprogram each different “personality” to kill or place a bomb or follow whatever orders it was given.

Is the United States government practicing mind control techniques on our unwary service people?

The very fact that our combat vets are and were repeatedly exposed to atrocities like the slaughter of all military age men, the rape and torture of children, the torture of detainees, and massacre after massacre of entire groups of people makes them susceptible to psychotic breaks, just like the subjects of the MLK Mind Control Project. And it’s those psychotic breaks that make them more susceptible to suggestions — wherever or whoever they come from.

This article originally appeared on: Infowars