Manchurian Candidate

Featured Image: Manchurian Candidate (1959) by Richard Condon, 1st edition cover. SOURCE: Wikipedia (Fair Use)

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Manchurian Candidate Definition

The term Manchurian Candidate derives from a 1959 novel by Richard Condon titled “The Manchurian Candidate.” Condon portrays a platoon of American soldiers during the Korean War who are sent to Manchuria (Northeast China), where they captured, brainwashed, and given alter personalities programmed to assassinate key individuals and overthrow the US government. As a result, the term Manchurian Candidate now signifies a person who has had their personality split into “alters” which commit murder or other acts without conscious knowledge of what they’ve done.

The CIA has declassified over 18,000 pages of documents on extensive mind control programs carried out since the early 1950s. These documents prove that the government developed a Manchurian Candidate program which was quite real. Through the Freedom of Information Act, you can order these documents in the form of three CDs directly from the US government for only $30. You can also find extensive quotes on the creation of Manchurian Candidates from the most revealing of these documents with links for verification at this link. . . . Read Complete Report

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